Associate Professor Daniel Anlezark

BA (Macquarie), BTh (SCD), MStud (Oxford), DPhil (Oxford)
Associate Professor

A20 - John Woolley Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 3828

Biographical details

I research and teach in the area of Old and Middle English language and literature.

My research interests range across the literature and culture of the Anglo-Saxons. My current projects include an Australian Research Council funded project exploring the relationship between early medieval literature and scientific ideas. This project incorporates modern approaches to theorising the relationship between the human and nature. My recently completed book about Alfred the Great hopes to make Alfred and scholarship about him accessible to a range of readers, while also advancing our understanding of this important figure from the past. I am also finishing a book on biblical poetry in Anglo-Saxon society, which aims to develop our understanding of the ways in which biblical stories impacted early medieval society, and how the society changed the stories.

I have published on and edited a number of Old English texts: an edition of The Dialogues of Solomon and Saturn (2009); a group of Old English narrative poems from MS Junius 11 and the Exeter Book, Old Testament Narratives (2011).

My interest in Anglo-Latin and Old English poetry and prose is found in my publications on Anglo-Saxon saints lives and spirituality, emotion in the early Middle Ages, literary relations between Anglo-Saxon England and Ireland, Old English literature and material culture, and more.

As part of my interest in the relationship between Old English and Old Norse literature, over the next few years I am collaborating with Andy Orchard and Francis Leneghan on a book about Norse analogues to Beowulf. I have also edited a volume of essays on Old Norse literature, Myths Legends and Heroes: Essays in Honour of John McKinnell (2011).

I teach widely across the literature of the Middle Ages, and welcome research students interested in texts and ideas from across the period.

Research interests

  • Old English Language and Literature
  • Medieval English literature (member of EMLAC research group)
  • Anglo-Saxon manuscripts

Teaching and supervision

I teach widely across the literature of the Middle Ages, and welcome research students interested in texts and ideas from across the period.

Current research students

Project title Research student
The 'Life of St Chad': edition, translation, and commentary Kiera NAYLOR

Current projects

  • Old English philosophical literature
  • Anglo-Saxon literary patronage

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2015

  • Literature and Science in the Early Middle Ages; Anlezark D; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Future Fellowships (FT).

2012

  • Anglo-Saxon Literary Patronage: Origins and Development; Anlezark D; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2007

  • Anglo-Saxon Schoolbooks: British Library MS Harley 3271 and related manuscripts; Anlezark D; University of Sydney/Newly Appointed Staff.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Anlezark, D. (2011). Old Testament Narratives. United States: Harvard University Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2009). The Old English Dialogues of Solomon and Saturn. United Kindom: D.S. Brewer.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Water and Fire: The Myth of the Flood in Anglo-Saxon England. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Anlezark, D. (2016). Abraham's Children: Jewish Promise and Christian Fulfillment. In Samantha Zacher (Eds.), Imagining the Jew in Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture, (pp. 131-155). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2016). Is Beowulf Science Fiction? In Carl Kears and James Paz (Eds.), Medieval Science Fiction, (pp. 39-57). Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer Ltd.
  • Anlezark, D. (2015). From Elegy to Lyric: Changing Emotion in Early English Poetry. In Michael Champion, Andrew Lynch (Eds.), Understanding Emotions in Early Europe, (pp. 73-98). Turnhout: Brepols Publishers. [More Information]
  • Anlezark, D. (2014). Lay Reading, Patronage, and Power in Bodleian Library, Junius II. In Giles E. M. Gasper, John McKinnell (Eds.), Ambition and Anxiety: Courts and Courtly Discourse c. 700-1600, (pp. 76-97). Durham, UK: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.
  • Anlezark, D. (2013). Shapeshifting in Old English Literature and Early Irish Influence. In Pamela ONeill (Eds.), The Land beneath the Sea: Essays in Honour of Anders Ahlqvists Contribution to Celtic Studies in Australia, (pp. 9-31). Sydney, Australia: The Celtic Studies Foundation, University of Sydney.
  • Anlezark, D. (2013). The Anglo-Saxon world view. In Malcolm Godden, Michael Lapidge (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Old English Literature (2nd Ed.), (pp. 66-81). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
  • Anlezark, D. (2012). Gregory the Great: Reader, Writer and Read. In Peter Clarke and Charlotte Methuen (Eds.), The Church and Literature, (pp. 12-34). Suffolk, UK: Boydell Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2011). All at Sea: Beowulf's Marvellous Swimming. In Daniel Anlezark (Eds.), Myths, Legends, and Heroes: Essays on Old Norse and Old English Literature in Honour of John McKinnell, (pp. 225-241). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Old English biblical and devotional poetry. In Saunders, Corrinne (Eds.), A Companion to Medieval Poetry, (pp. 101-124). West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Old English epic poetry: Beowulf. In Saunders, Corrinne (Eds.), A Companion to Medieval Poetry, (pp. 141-160). West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Anlezark, D. (2009). Part II Medieval: Introduction. In Rebecca Lemon, Emma Mason, Jonathan Roberts, Christopher Rowland (Eds.), The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature, (pp. 41-60). West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Reading 'The Story of Joseph' in MS Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 201. In Jonathan Wilcox, Hugh Magennis (Eds.), The Power of Words: Anglo-Saxon Studies Presented to Donald G. Scragg on his Seventieth Birthday, (pp. 61-94). Morgantown, WV, USA: West Virginia University Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2003). The Fall of the Angels in Solomon and Saturn II. In Kathryn Powell and Donald Scragg (Eds.), Apocryphal Texts and Traditions in Anglo-Saxon England, (pp. 121-133). Boydell & Brewer Ltd.

Journals

  • Anlezark, D. (2015). Old English Exodus 487 'werbeamas'. Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 62(4), 497-508. [More Information]
  • Anlezark, D. (2014). Cyril of Alexandria's Reputation in the Early Medieval West: From Bede to Alcuin. Phronema, 29(2), 67-88.
  • Anlezark, D. (2012). Monstrous Birds and Marvellous Mountains: Vasa mortis and Early Irish Influence in the Old English Dialogues of Solomon and Saturn. Australian Celtic Journal, 10, 29-56.
  • Anlezark, D. (2011). The stray ending in the Solomonic anthology in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 422. Medium Aevum, 80 (LXXX)(2), 201-216.
  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Book Review: Catholic Collecting, Catholic Reflection 1538-1850: Objects as a Measure of Reflection on a Catholic Past and the Construction of a Recusant Identity in England and America, ed. V.C. Raguin. Journal of Religious History, 34, 75-76.
  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Understanding numbers in London, British Library, Harley 3271. Anglo-Saxon England, 38, 137-155. [More Information]
  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Literary landscapes and the idea of England, 700–1400". The Review of English Studies: a quarterly journal of English literature and the English language, 58(236), 554-555.
  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Old English poetics: the aesthetics of the familiar in Anglo-Saxon England" by Elizabeth M. Tyler. Early Medieval Europe, 16(2), 247-248.
  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Ritual and the Rood: liturgical images and the Old English poems of 'The Dream of the Rood' tradition" by Eamonn O Carragain. Medium Aevum, 77(1), 125-126.
  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Ælfric and the cult of saints in late Anglo-Saxon England" by Mechthild Gretsch. Medium Aevum, 77(1), 127-127.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). Charters of Malmesbury Abbey. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 378-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). King Alfred’s Old English Translation of Pope Gregory the Great’s Regula pastoralis and its Cultural Context: A Study and Partial Edition According to All Surviving Manuscripts Based on Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 12. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 378-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). Poisoned places: the Avernian tradition in Old English poetry. Anglo-Saxon England, 36, 103-126.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). Ruling Women: Queenship and Gender in Anglo-Saxon Literature. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 339-349.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). The Anglo-Saxon Library. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 315-315.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). A Companion to Beowulf (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 324-325.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Coedmon’s Hymn: A Multi-media Study, Edition and Archive (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 356-357.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Framing the Middle Ages (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 379-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). From Roman Provinces to Medieval Kingdoms, Rewriting Histories. Medium Aevum, 75(2), 379-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Grendel and the Book of Wisdom. Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 53(2), 262-269.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Medieval English Language Scholarship: Autobiographies by Representative Scholars in our Discipline (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 373-373.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Scripture and Pluralism: Reading the Bible in the Religiously Plural Worlds of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Studies in the History of Christian Traditions CXXIII (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75, 366-366.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Sex and Sexuality in Anglo-Saxon England: Essays in Memory of Daniel Gillmore Calder (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 363-363.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Susan Irvine, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: A Collaborative Edition, Vol. VII: MS. E (review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 357-357.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). The Blickling Homilies: Edition and Translation (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(1), 173-173.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). The Cambridge Old English Reader (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75, 324-324.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Victoria Thompson, Dying and Death in Later Anglo-Saxon England. Medium Aevum, 75(1), 143-143.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Writing the Oral Tradition: Oral Poetics and Literate Culture in Medieval England (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(1), 144-145.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Connecting the Patriarchs: Noah and Abraham in the Old English Exodus. Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 104(2), 171-188.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). King Harold II and the Bayeux Tapestry. Publications for the Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies 3 (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(2), 377-377.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Rome and the North: The Early Reception of Gregory the Great in Germanic Europe, Mediaevalia Groningana, NS 4 (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(1), 179-179.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Textual and Material Culture in Anglo-Saxon England: Thomas Northcote Toller and the Toller Memorial Lectures (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74, 376-376.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). The Christian Tradition in Anglo-Saxon England: Approaches to Current Scholarship and Teaching, Christianity and Culture: Issues in Teaching and Research (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(1), 181-181.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Verbal Encounters: Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse Studies for Roberta Frank.(Further short notices)(Brief Article)(Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(2), 370-371.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Wulfstan, Archbishop of York: The Proceedings of the Second Alcuin Conference (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(2), 377-378.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Anglo-Saxon England (Book Review). Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 51(1), 63-64.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Brian Murdoch, The Medieval Popular Bible: Expansions of Genesis in the Middle Ages (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 73(2), 324-325.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Elizabeth Coatsworth and Michael Pinder, The Art of the Anglo-Saxon Goldsmith. Medium Aevum, 73(2), 377-377.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Three Notes on the Old English Meters of Boethius. Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 51(1), 10-15.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Unlocking the Wordhord: Anglo-Saxon Studies in Memory of Edward B. Irving, Jr (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 73(2), 373-374.
  • Anlezark, D. (2003). "Beowulf and the Critics" by J.R.R. Tolkien (Review). Medium Aevum, 72(2), 319-320.
  • Anlezark, D. (2003). Andy Orchard, "A critical companion to 'Beowulf'". Medium Aevum, 72(2), 320-321.
  • Anlezark, D. (2002). Sceaf, Japheth and the Origins of the Anglo-Saxons. Anglo-Saxon England, 31, 13-46.
  • Anlezark, D. (2000). An Ideal Marriage: Abraham and Sarah in Old English Literature. Medium Aevum, 69(2), 187-210.

Other

  • Anlezark, D. (2002), The Sources of the Old English Meters of Boethius (Cameron A.6).
  • Anlezark, D. (2001), The Sources of Exodus (Cameron A.1.2).
  • Anlezark, D. (2001), The Sources of Pharaoh (Cameron A.3.28).
  • Anlezark, D. (2001), The Sources of The Order of the World (Cameron A.3.14).

2016

  • Anlezark, D. (2016). Abraham's Children: Jewish Promise and Christian Fulfillment. In Samantha Zacher (Eds.), Imagining the Jew in Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture, (pp. 131-155). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2016). Is Beowulf Science Fiction? In Carl Kears and James Paz (Eds.), Medieval Science Fiction, (pp. 39-57). Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer Ltd.

2015

  • Anlezark, D. (2015). From Elegy to Lyric: Changing Emotion in Early English Poetry. In Michael Champion, Andrew Lynch (Eds.), Understanding Emotions in Early Europe, (pp. 73-98). Turnhout: Brepols Publishers. [More Information]
  • Anlezark, D. (2015). Old English Exodus 487 'werbeamas'. Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 62(4), 497-508. [More Information]

2014

  • Anlezark, D. (2014). Cyril of Alexandria's Reputation in the Early Medieval West: From Bede to Alcuin. Phronema, 29(2), 67-88.
  • Anlezark, D. (2014). Lay Reading, Patronage, and Power in Bodleian Library, Junius II. In Giles E. M. Gasper, John McKinnell (Eds.), Ambition and Anxiety: Courts and Courtly Discourse c. 700-1600, (pp. 76-97). Durham, UK: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.

2013

  • Anlezark, D. (2013). Shapeshifting in Old English Literature and Early Irish Influence. In Pamela ONeill (Eds.), The Land beneath the Sea: Essays in Honour of Anders Ahlqvists Contribution to Celtic Studies in Australia, (pp. 9-31). Sydney, Australia: The Celtic Studies Foundation, University of Sydney.
  • Anlezark, D. (2013). The Anglo-Saxon world view. In Malcolm Godden, Michael Lapidge (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Old English Literature (2nd Ed.), (pp. 66-81). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]

2012

  • Anlezark, D. (2012). Gregory the Great: Reader, Writer and Read. In Peter Clarke and Charlotte Methuen (Eds.), The Church and Literature, (pp. 12-34). Suffolk, UK: Boydell Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2012). Monstrous Birds and Marvellous Mountains: Vasa mortis and Early Irish Influence in the Old English Dialogues of Solomon and Saturn. Australian Celtic Journal, 10, 29-56.

2011

  • Anlezark, D. (2011). All at Sea: Beowulf's Marvellous Swimming. In Daniel Anlezark (Eds.), Myths, Legends, and Heroes: Essays on Old Norse and Old English Literature in Honour of John McKinnell, (pp. 225-241). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2011). Old Testament Narratives. United States: Harvard University Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2011). The stray ending in the Solomonic anthology in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 422. Medium Aevum, 80 (LXXX)(2), 201-216.

2010

  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Book Review: Catholic Collecting, Catholic Reflection 1538-1850: Objects as a Measure of Reflection on a Catholic Past and the Construction of a Recusant Identity in England and America, ed. V.C. Raguin. Journal of Religious History, 34, 75-76.
  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Old English biblical and devotional poetry. In Saunders, Corrinne (Eds.), A Companion to Medieval Poetry, (pp. 101-124). West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Old English epic poetry: Beowulf. In Saunders, Corrinne (Eds.), A Companion to Medieval Poetry, (pp. 141-160). West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Anlezark, D. (2010). Understanding numbers in London, British Library, Harley 3271. Anglo-Saxon England, 38, 137-155. [More Information]

2009

  • Anlezark, D. (2009). Part II Medieval: Introduction. In Rebecca Lemon, Emma Mason, Jonathan Roberts, Christopher Rowland (Eds.), The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature, (pp. 41-60). West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Anlezark, D. (2009). The Old English Dialogues of Solomon and Saturn. United Kindom: D.S. Brewer.

2008

  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Literary landscapes and the idea of England, 700–1400". The Review of English Studies: a quarterly journal of English literature and the English language, 58(236), 554-555.
  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Old English poetics: the aesthetics of the familiar in Anglo-Saxon England" by Elizabeth M. Tyler. Early Medieval Europe, 16(2), 247-248.
  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Ritual and the Rood: liturgical images and the Old English poems of 'The Dream of the Rood' tradition" by Eamonn O Carragain. Medium Aevum, 77(1), 125-126.
  • Anlezark, D. (2008). Review of "Ælfric and the cult of saints in late Anglo-Saxon England" by Mechthild Gretsch. Medium Aevum, 77(1), 127-127.

2007

  • Anlezark, D. (2007). Charters of Malmesbury Abbey. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 378-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). King Alfred’s Old English Translation of Pope Gregory the Great’s Regula pastoralis and its Cultural Context: A Study and Partial Edition According to All Surviving Manuscripts Based on Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 12. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 378-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). Poisoned places: the Avernian tradition in Old English poetry. Anglo-Saxon England, 36, 103-126.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). Ruling Women: Queenship and Gender in Anglo-Saxon Literature. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 339-349.
  • Anlezark, D. (2007). The Anglo-Saxon Library. Medium Aevum, 76(2), 315-315.

2006

  • Anlezark, D. (2006). A Companion to Beowulf (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 324-325.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Coedmon’s Hymn: A Multi-media Study, Edition and Archive (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 356-357.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Framing the Middle Ages (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 379-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). From Roman Provinces to Medieval Kingdoms, Rewriting Histories. Medium Aevum, 75(2), 379-379.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Grendel and the Book of Wisdom. Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 53(2), 262-269.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Medieval English Language Scholarship: Autobiographies by Representative Scholars in our Discipline (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 373-373.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Reading 'The Story of Joseph' in MS Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 201. In Jonathan Wilcox, Hugh Magennis (Eds.), The Power of Words: Anglo-Saxon Studies Presented to Donald G. Scragg on his Seventieth Birthday, (pp. 61-94). Morgantown, WV, USA: West Virginia University Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Scripture and Pluralism: Reading the Bible in the Religiously Plural Worlds of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Studies in the History of Christian Traditions CXXIII (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75, 366-366.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Sex and Sexuality in Anglo-Saxon England: Essays in Memory of Daniel Gillmore Calder (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 363-363.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Susan Irvine, The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: A Collaborative Edition, Vol. VII: MS. E (review). Medium Aevum, 75(2), 357-357.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). The Blickling Homilies: Edition and Translation (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(1), 173-173.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). The Cambridge Old English Reader (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75, 324-324.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Victoria Thompson, Dying and Death in Later Anglo-Saxon England. Medium Aevum, 75(1), 143-143.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Water and Fire: The Myth of the Flood in Anglo-Saxon England. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.
  • Anlezark, D. (2006). Writing the Oral Tradition: Oral Poetics and Literate Culture in Medieval England (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 75(1), 144-145.

2005

  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Connecting the Patriarchs: Noah and Abraham in the Old English Exodus. Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 104(2), 171-188.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). King Harold II and the Bayeux Tapestry. Publications for the Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies 3 (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(2), 377-377.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Rome and the North: The Early Reception of Gregory the Great in Germanic Europe, Mediaevalia Groningana, NS 4 (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(1), 179-179.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Textual and Material Culture in Anglo-Saxon England: Thomas Northcote Toller and the Toller Memorial Lectures (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74, 376-376.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). The Christian Tradition in Anglo-Saxon England: Approaches to Current Scholarship and Teaching, Christianity and Culture: Issues in Teaching and Research (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(1), 181-181.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Verbal Encounters: Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse Studies for Roberta Frank.(Further short notices)(Brief Article)(Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(2), 370-371.
  • Anlezark, D. (2005). Wulfstan, Archbishop of York: The Proceedings of the Second Alcuin Conference (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 74(2), 377-378.

2004

  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Anglo-Saxon England (Book Review). Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 51(1), 63-64.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Brian Murdoch, The Medieval Popular Bible: Expansions of Genesis in the Middle Ages (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 73(2), 324-325.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Elizabeth Coatsworth and Michael Pinder, The Art of the Anglo-Saxon Goldsmith. Medium Aevum, 73(2), 377-377.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Three Notes on the Old English Meters of Boethius. Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, 51(1), 10-15.
  • Anlezark, D. (2004). Unlocking the Wordhord: Anglo-Saxon Studies in Memory of Edward B. Irving, Jr (Book Review). Medium Aevum, 73(2), 373-374.

2003

  • Anlezark, D. (2003). "Beowulf and the Critics" by J.R.R. Tolkien (Review). Medium Aevum, 72(2), 319-320.
  • Anlezark, D. (2003). Andy Orchard, "A critical companion to 'Beowulf'". Medium Aevum, 72(2), 320-321.
  • Anlezark, D. (2003). The Fall of the Angels in Solomon and Saturn II. In Kathryn Powell and Donald Scragg (Eds.), Apocryphal Texts and Traditions in Anglo-Saxon England, (pp. 121-133). Boydell & Brewer Ltd.

2002

  • Anlezark, D. (2002). Sceaf, Japheth and the Origins of the Anglo-Saxons. Anglo-Saxon England, 31, 13-46.
  • Anlezark, D. (2002), The Sources of the Old English Meters of Boethius (Cameron A.6).

2001

  • Anlezark, D. (2001), The Sources of Exodus (Cameron A.1.2).
  • Anlezark, D. (2001), The Sources of Pharaoh (Cameron A.3.28).
  • Anlezark, D. (2001), The Sources of The Order of the World (Cameron A.3.14).

2000

  • Anlezark, D. (2000). An Ideal Marriage: Abraham and Sarah in Old English Literature. Medium Aevum, 69(2), 187-210.

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