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2016 - Vol. XLII

(Available online soon)

Professor Lindy Grant (University of Reading)
Introduction to this Special Edition on Reading Abbey. Reading Abbey: Intellectual and Artistic Culture in an International Context

Michael Gullick (Independent Scholar)
Reflections and Observations on Romanesque Manuscripts and Charters from Reading Abbey

Dr Laura Cleaver (Trinity College, Dublin)
History Books at Reading in the Twelfth Century

Professor Anne Lawrence-Mathers (University of Reading)
The Reading Computus Manuscript: St John's College, Cambridge MS A 22

Dr Teresa Webber (Trinity College, Cambridge)
Reading in the Refectory at Reading Abbey

Professor (Emeritus) Nigel Morgan (University of Cambridge)
The Calendar and Litany of Reading Abbey

Dr Cynthia Johnston (IES, London)
'In the custom of this country': The Migration of Decorative Style in Thirteenth-century Reading Abbey Manuscripts

Professor Catherine Léglu (University of Reading)
Reading Abbey's Anglo-Norman French Translation of the Bible (London, British Library, Royal MS 1 C III)

Professor (Emeritus) Brian Kemp (University of Reading)
The Reading Abbey Formulary (Berkshire Record Office, D/EZ 176/1)

2015 - Vol. XLI

2014 - Vol. XL

Special Issue - Law's Dominion in the Middle Ages: Essays for Paul Hyams

2013 - Vol. XXXIX

2012 - Vol. XXXVIII

Special issue: Legendary Rulers: Arthur and Charlemagne

2011 - Vol. XXXVII

Special issue: Preaching, Teaching and Manipulating in Medieval Literature

2010 - Vol. XXXVI

Special issue - Crusading and State Building in the Central Middle Ages, edited by Catherine Léglu

2009 - Vol. XXXV

2008 - Vol. XXXIV

Medieval History Discourses: Essays in Honour of Professor Peter S. Noble, edited by Marianne J. Ailes, Anne Lawrence-Mathers and Françoise Le Saux

2007 - Vol. XXXIII

2006/7 - Vol. XXXII

Incipieng Globalization: Long-distance contacts in the 6th century, edited by Anthea Harris
[Issued separately as British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1644 (Oxford: ArnchaeoPress, 2007). ISBN 9781407300788.]

2005 - Vol. XXXI

2004 - Vol. XXX

2003 - Vol. XXIX

2002 - Vol. XXVIII

2001 - Vol. XXVII

Current Trends in Dante Studies, edited by Claire E. Honess

2000 - Vol. XXVI

1999 - Vol. XXV

1998 - Vol. XXIV

1997 - Vol. XXIII

1996 - Vol. XXII

1995 - Vol. XX

Special issue: The Cistercians

Special Edition

1994 - Vol. XX

1993 - Vol. XIX

1992 - Vol. XVIII

1991 - Vol. XVII

Monograph

1990 - Vol. XVI

Saints and Saints' Lives - Essays in Honour of D.H. Farmer

1989 - Vol. XV

Medieval Women in Southern England

1988 - Vol. XIV

1987 - Vol. XIII

1986 - Vol. XII

1985 - Vol. XI

East Anglian and Other Studies presented to Barbara Dodwell, edited by Malcolm Barber, Patricia McNulty and Peter Noble

1984 - Vol. X

1983 - Vol. IX

1982 - Vol. VIII

Monograph

1981 - Vol. VII

1980 - Vol. VI

Monograph

1979 - Vol. V

1978 - Vol. IV

1977 - Vol. III

1976 - Vol. II

1975 - Vol. I

 

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