Book Chapters

2011

  • Geraldine Barnes, 2011, ‘The Tristan Legend’ in Marianne E. Kalinke ed., The Arthur of the North : The Arthurian Legend in the Norse and Rus’ Realms, University of Wales Press, Cardiff
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2011, ‘Traditions of the Monstrous in William Dampier’s New Holland’ in Judy Hayden ed., Travel and Science, Ashgate
  • Philippa Bright, 2011, 'Anglo-Latin Collections of the "Gesta Romanorum" and Their Role in the Cure of Souls' in Short Story Criticism, Jelena Krstovic ed., vol. 152, Gale, Detroit
  • Michael Carter, 2011, ‘Indirect questions and reported speech : a problem for Arabic grammatical theory’ in A Festschrift for Nadia Anghelescu, A. A. Avram, A. Focşeneanu, George Grigore eds, Bucharest
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2011, ‘Images of Norse Cosmology’ in Myths, Legends, and Heroes, Daniel Anlezark ed., Toronto University Press
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, 2011, ‘Spanish Tropes Revisited : University of Sydney Fisher Rare Book Additional Manuscript 351’ in Cathedral, City and Cloister : Essays on Manuscripts, Music and Art in Old and New Worlds, Kathleen Nelson, ed., Institute of Mediaeval Music, Ottawa.
  • Roxanne D Marcotte, 2011, ‘Abū al-Barakāt al-Baġdādī’ in the Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy : Philosophy between 500 and 1500, Henrik Lagerlund ed., Springer-Verlag, Dordrecht, The Netherlands
  • Frances Muecke, 2011, ‘Silius Italicus, Tiberius Catius Asconius, Addenda’ in Catalogus Translationum et Comentariorum, V. Brown ed., vol. IX, Washington, DC
  • Liam Semler, 2011, ‘The Magnetic Attraction of Margaret Cavendish and Walter Charleton’ in Early Modern Englishwomen Testing Ideas, Jo Wallwork and Paul Salzman eds, Ashgate, Farnham
  • Geraldine Barnes ‘Scandinavian Romance’ in The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, Robert Bjork et al. eds (Oxford University Press) forthcoming 2011
  • Matthew Glozier “Mary and James VI/I - 1560-1625”, in J. Crang, et al., eds A Military History of Scotland (Edinburgh, 2011) forthcoming
  • Andrew Lynch, forthcoming 2011, ‘From Troy to Thebes : Manhood and Melancholy in John Lydgate's War’, in Troy and the European Imagination, Elizabeth Archibald, James Clark eds, Cambridge University Press

2010

  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2010, ‘Verse and Prose in Egils saga Skallagr'mssonar’ in Creating the Medieval Saga : Versions, Variability and Editorial Interpretations of Old Norse Saga Literature, Judy Quinn and Emily Lethbridge eds., The Viking Collection 18, University Press of Southern Denmark, Odense
  • Rifaat Ebied, 2010, ‘Bar Hebraeus (Ibn al-’Ibri)’, ‘Damian of Alexandria’, ‘Dionysius (Jacob) bar Salibi’, ‘Peter of Callinicus’, ‘Timothy II Aelurs’, ‘Tritheism’ in The Cambridge History of Christianity, Daniel Patte ed., Cambridge University Press
  • Frances Muecke and Christopher Allen, text ed. & annot., 2010, ‘Nicolas Boileau-Despréaux (1636-1711) : Art Poétique translated into Latin by François Gacon (1667-1725)’ in Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe
  • Liam Semler, 2010, ‘The Ruins of Persepolis : Grotesque Perception in Thomas Herbert’s Travels’ in Word and Self Estranged in English Texts 1550-1660, Liam Semler and Philippa Kelly eds, Ashgate
  • Daniel Anlezark, 2010, ‘Old English Biblical and Devotional Poetry’, in A Companion to Medieval Poetry, Corinne Saunders ed., Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford
  • Daniel Anlezark, 2010, ‘Old English Epic Poetry : Beowulf’, in A Companion to Medieval Poetry, Corinne Saunders ed., Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford
  • Geraldine Barnes, forthcoming 2010, ‘The Tristan Legend’, in The Arthur of the Northmen : The Arthurian Legend in the Norse and Rus Realms, Marianne Kalinke, ed., University of Wales Press, Cardiff
  • Geraldine Barnes, forthcoming 2010, ‘Traditions of the Monstrous in William Dampier’s New Holland’, in Travel and Science, Judy Hayden, ed., Ashgate
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2010, ‘Scandinavian Romance’, in The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, Robert Bjork et al. eds, Oxford University Press
  • Robert Curry, 2010, ‘Music East of the Rhine’, in Cambridge Companion to Medieval Music, Mark Everist ed., Cambridge University Press
  • Carole Cusack “New Religions and the Science of Archaeology: Mormons, the Goddess and Atlantis”, in J. R. Lewis and O. Hammer, eds, Handbook of Religion and the Authority of Science (Leiden, 2010), 765-796;
  • Carole M. Cusack, 2010, ‘Science Fiction as Scripture : Robert A. Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land and the Church of All Worlds’, in Creative Fantasy and the Religious Imagination, Christopher Hartney, Alex Norman, Carole M. Cusack eds, special issue of Literature and Aesthetics, Vol. 19, No. 2
  • Carole M. Cusack, 2010, 'Sport', in Religion in Everyday Life and Culture, Vol. 3, Richard Hecht, Vincent Biondo III eds, Praeger, Westport CT
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, 2010, ‘A Cluster of Cantorales : Rediscovering a Context for a Group of Sydney Manuscripts’, in Imagination, Books and Community in Medieval Europe, Gregory Kratzmann, ed., Macmillan Art Publishing in association with the State Library of Victoria and Newman College, University of Melbourne
  • David Juste “Musical Theory and Astrological Foundations in Kepler: The Making of the New Aspects“, in L. Wuidar (ed.), Music and Esotericism (Leiden, 2010), 177-195.
  • Andrew Lynch, 2010, ‘Genres, Bodies and Power in Bodleian Library, Laud Misc. 108 : King Horn, Havelok, and the South English Legendary’, in Text and Context in Bodleian Library MS Laud Misc. 108, Julie Nelson Couch, Kimberly M. Bell eds, Brill, Geneva
  • Conor McCarthy, 2010, ‘The World of Medieval England : From the Norman Conquest to the Fourteenth Century’, in A Companion to Medieval Poetry, Corinne Saunders ed., Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford
  • Frances Muecke, 2010, ‘Silius Italicus in the Italian Renaissance’, in Brill’s Companion to Silius Italicus, A. Augoustakis ed., Brill, Leiden
  • Juanita Feros Ruys, 2010, 'From Virile Eloquence to Hysteria: Reading the Latinity of Heloise in the Early Modern Period', in Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, Yasmin A. Haskell and Juanita Feros Ruys eds, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe
  • Lawrence Warner "Desdemona’s wooing: towards a pre-1538 Othello", P. Kelly & L. Semmler, eds, Word and self estranged in English texts 1550-1660 (Aldershot, 2010), 121-34.
  • Lawrence Warner, 2010, ‘William Langland : Piers Plowman’, in A Companion to Medieval Poetry, Corinne Saunders ed., Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford

2009

  • Jane Morlet Hardie, 2009, ‘A Cluster of Cantorales : Rediscovering a Context for a Group of Sydney Manuscripts’ in Imagination, Books and Community in Medieval Europe, Gregory Kratzmann ed., Macmillan Art Publishing and the State Library of Victoria in association with Newman College, University of Melbourne
  • Louise Marshall, 2009, ‘Purgatory in the Medieval Imagination : The Earliest Images’ in Imagination, Book and Community in Medieval Europe, Gregory Kratzman ed., Macmillan Art Publishing and the State Library of Victoria in association with Newman College, The University of Melbourne
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2009, ‘Scandinavian Versions of Arthurian Romance,’ in A Companion to Arthurian Literature, Helen Fulton ed., Wiley Blackwell, Maldon MA and Oxford
  • Michael G. Carter, 2009, ‘Abd al-Qādir b. ‘Umar al-Baġdādī’, in Essays in Arabic Literary Biography, Joseph E. Lowry, Devin J. Stewart eds, Wiesbaden
  • Michael Carter, 2007-2009, several articles, in Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics, Vols II, III, & IV, Kees Versteegh et al. eds, Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2009, ‘Fornaldarsögur as Fantastic Ethnographies’, in Fornaldarsagaerne : Myter og virkelighed. Studier i de oldislandske fornaldarsögur Norñurlanda. Agneta Ney et al. eds, Museum Tusculanums Forlag, Københavns Universitetet, Copenhagen
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2009, ‘Már'uflokkr – an Icelandic pièta?’, in Margrét Eggertsdóttir et al. eds, Greppaminni. Rit til heiñurs Vésteini Ólasyni sjötugum, Hiñ'slenska bókmenntafélag, Reykjav'k
  • Conal Condren, 2009, ‘Responsibility and the rhetorics of capability’, in Public Office and Personal Demands : Capability in Governance in the Seventeenth Century Dutch Republic, J. Hartman, J. Nieustraten, M. Reinders eds, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Conal Condren, 2009, ‘Unfolding ‘the properties of government’ : the case of Measure for Measure and the History of Political Thought’, in Shakespeare and Early Modern Political Thought, Conal Condren, David Armitage, Andrew Fitzmaurice eds, Cambridge University Press
  • Carole M. Cusack, 2009, ‘Alternative Spiritualities in Australia’, in Alternative spiritualities, the New Age and new religious movements in Ireland, Laurence Cox ed., Irish Research Network on Alternative Religions and Spiritualities, Limerick
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, 2009, ‘Regional and Royal : Aspects of Practice in Three Portuguese Prints of the Lamentations of Jeremiah (1543–95)’, in Identity and Locality in Early European Music, 1028–1740, Jason Stoessel ed., Ashgate, Aldershot
  • Andrew Lynch, 2009, 'Imperial Arthur : home and away', in The Cambridge Companion to the Arthurian Legend, Elizabeth Archibald, Ad Putter eds, Cambridge University Press
  • Andrew Lynch, 2009, 'Malory's Morte Darthur and History', in The Blackwell Companion to Arthurian Literature. Helen Fulton ed., Wiley-Blackwell, Maldon, MA

2008

  • Philippa Bright, 2008, 'Anglo-Latin Collections of the "Gesta Romanorum" and Their Role in the Cure of Souls' in What Nature Does Not Teach : Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early-Modern Periods, Juanita Feros Ruys ed., Disputatio 15. Brepols, Turnhout
  • Michael Carter, 2008, ‘More infinity, more lies : history, truth and change in medieval Islam’ in Continuity and Change in the Realms of Islam, Studies in Honour of Professor Urbain Vermeulen, K. D’Hulster, J. van Steenbergen eds, Leuven/Paris/Dudley
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2008, ‘The creation of Old Norse mythology’, in The Viking World, Stefan Brink ed. in collaboration with Neil Price, Routledge, London
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2008, ‘Love in a Cold Climate - With the Virgin Mary’, in Romance and Love in Late Medieval and Early Modern Iceland : Essays in Honor of Marianne Kalinke, Kirsten Wolf and Johanna Denzin eds, Islandica 54, Cornell University Library, Ithaca
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2008, ‘Did the Vikings have enemies?’, in Vikings and their Enemies, Katrina Burge ed., Viking Research Network, Melbourne
  • Anna Hansen, 2008, 'Fosterage and Dependency in Medieval Iceland and its Significance in Gisla saga' in Youth and Age in the Medieval North, Shannon Lewis-Simpson ed., Brill
  • Anna Hansen, 2008, 'Bonds of Affection between Children and Their Foster-Parents in Early Icelandic Society' in Emotions in the Household, Susan Broomhall ed., Palgrave
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, 2008, “Noted Lectionary : Matins for the Triduum Sacrum’, in The Medieval Imagination : Illuminated Manuscripts from Cambridge, Australia and New Zealand, Bronwyn Stocks and Nigel Morgan eds, Melbourne, Macmillan Art Publishing and the State Library of Victoria
  • Kathleen E. Nelson and Anna Muntada Torellas, 2008, ‘University of Sydney, MS Fisher RB Add. 358’, in The Medieval Imagination : Illuminated Manuscripts from Cambridge, Australia and New Zealand, Bronwyn Stocks and Nigel Morgan eds, Melbourne, Macmillan Art Publishing and the State Library of Victoria
  • Ursula Potter, 2008, ‘Elizabethan Drama and The Instruction of a Christian Woman by Juan Luis Vives’, in What Nature Does not Teach : Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early-Modern Periods, Juanita Feros Ruys ed., Disputatio, Brepols, Turnhout
  • Ursula Potter, 2008, ‘The Spectre of the Shrew and the Lash of the Rod. Gendering Pedagogy in The Disobedient Child’, in Early Modern Academic Drama, Jonathan Walker and Paul Streufert eds, Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama, Ashgate
  • Juanita Feros Ruys, 2008, 'Heloise, Monastic Temptation, and Memoria : Rethinking Autobiography, Sexual Experience, and Ethics', in Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times : New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, Albrecht Classen ed., Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture 3, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin and New York
  • Juanita Feros Ruys, 2008, ‘Heloise', in Encyclopedia of Women in World History Vol. 2, Bonnie G. Smith editor-in-chief, 4 vols, Oxford University Press, New York
  • Juanita Feros Ruys, 2008, 'Introduction : Approaches to Didactic Literature - Meaning, Intent, Audience, Social Effect' and 'Didactic "I's" and the Voice of Experience in Advice from Medieval and Early Modern Parents to their Children', in What Nature Does Not Teach : Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods, Juanita Feros Ruys ed., Disputatio 15. Brepols, Turnhout
  • Paul Thom, 2008, 'Logic and metaphysics in Avicenna’s modal
    syllogistic', in S. Rahman, T. Street and H. Tahiri (eds), The Unity of Science in the Arabic Tradition : science, logic, epistemology and their interactions, Springer

2007

  • Chris Bishop, 2007, ‘The lost literature of England : Text and Transmission in Tenth-Century Wessex’ in Text and Transmission in Medieval Europe, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle; Introduction by Chris Bishop, W. Kudrycz, J. Martyn, B. Neil, D. Speed

  • Michael Carter, 2007, ‘Pragmatics and contractual language in early Arabic grammar and legal theory’, in Approaches to Arabic Linguistics. Presented to Kees Versteegh on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday, E. Ditters, H. Motzki, eds, Brill
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2007, ‘Introduction’ to Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages, Margaret Clunies Ross ed., Vol. VII Poetry on Christian Subjects. Part 1, Brepols, Turnhout
  • Michael Carter, 2007, ‘More infinity, more lies : history, truth and change in medieval Islam’, in Festschrift for Urbain Vermeulen, Leuven
  • Matthew Glozier, 2007. ‘Huguenot Soldiers in Russia : A study in Competence’, in War, Religion and Service : Huguenot Soldiering, 1685–1713, Matthew Glozier and David Onnekink, eds, Ashgate Academic Publishers, Aldershot
  • Matthew Glozier with David Onnekink 2007. ‘Huguenot soldiers in Dutch service : a good captain to disperse the royal troops’, in War, Religion and Service : Huguenot Soldiering, 1685–1713, Matthew Glozier and David Onnekink, eds, Ashgate Academic Publishers, Aldershot
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, 2007, ‘Salamanca to Sydney : A Newly-Discovered Manuscript of the Lamentations of Jeremiah', in Music in Medieval Europe, Aldershot, Ashgate
  • John Kennedy. 2007. Translating the sagas: Two hundred years of challenge and response. Making the Middle Ages 5.
  • Roxanne Marcotte, 2007, ‘Suhrawardi’, in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, http://setis.library.usyd.edu.au/stanford/entries/suhrawardi/ and http://plato.stanford.edu/search/searcher.py?query=Suhrawardi
  • Frances Muecke, 2007, ‘The Satires’, in The Cambridge Companion to Horace S. J. Harrison ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Juanita Feros Ruys, 2007, 'Medieval Latin Meditations on Old Age : Rhetoric, Autobiography and Experience', in Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance : Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Neglected Topic, Albrecht Classen ed., Fundamentals of Medieval Culture 2 , de Gruyter, Berlin and New York
  • John O.Ward, 2007, ‘Roman rhetoric and its afterlife’, in A Companion to Roman Rhetoric, William Dominik and John Hall eds, Blackwell, Oxford

2006

  • Michael Carter, 2006, English trans. of ‘Les origines de la grammaire arabe’ (1972), in The Early Islamic Grammatical Tradition, R. Baalbaki ed., Ashgate
  • Michael Carter, 2006, ‘Foreign Vocabulary’, in The Blackwell Companion to the Qur’an, Andrew Rippin ed., Oxford
  • Michael Carter, 2006, ‘Humanism’, ‘Sibawayhi’, and ‘Grammarians and the Grammatical Tradition’, in Medieval Islamic Civilization, an Encyclopedia, J. Meri et alia eds, Routledge
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2006, ‘The Cultural Politics of the Skaldic Ekphrasis Poem in Medieval Norway and Iceland', in Medieval Cultural Studies. Essays in Honour of Stephen Knight, Ruth Evans, Helen Fulton, and David Matthews eds, University of Wales Press, Cardiff
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2006, ‘Heusler and the English-speaking world’, in Germanentum im Fin de siècle. Wissenschaftgeschichtliche Studien zum Werk Andreas Heuslers, Jürg Glauser and Julia Zernack eds, Studien zur Geschichte der Wissenschaften in Basel, Neue Folge 3, Schwabe Verlag, Basel
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2006, ‘The measures of Old Norse religion in long-term perspective’, in Old Norse religion in long-term perspectives. Origins, Changes, and Interactions, Anders Andrén, Kristina Jennbert, Catharina Raudvere, eds, Vägar till Midgård 8, Nordic Academic Press Lund
  • R. Y. Ebied and M. J. L. Young, 2006, 'Iskat', in The Encyclopaedia of Islam (New Edition) Supplement
  • Matthew Glozier, 2006. ‘Killing in good conscience : Marshal Schomberg and the Huguenot soldiers of the Glorious Revolution of 1688’, in The Huguenots in the British Isles and the American Colonies from 1550 to 1790 : Religious Writings and Representations, A. Dunan ed., Aldershot, Ashgate Academic Publishers
  • Jenna Mead, 2005, 2006, 'Medievalism and Memory Work', in Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, Stephanie J. Trigg ed., Making the Middle Ages, vol. 8, Brepols, Turnhout, Melbourne University Publishing
  • Jenna Mead, 2006, ‘Amanda Lohrey’, in Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol.325 Australian Writers, 1975-2000, Selina Samuels ed., The Gale Group, Detroit, London
  • Kathleen Nelson, 2006, 'Commemorations of the Light : the Exultet in Toledo Sources from c. 1200 to c. 1600, in Commemoration, Ritual and Performance: Essays on Medieval and Early Modern Music, Jane Morlet Hardie and David Harvey eds, Ottawa, Institute of Mediaeval Music.
  • Margaret Rogerson, 2006, ‘Records of Early English Drama: York, volume 3, the “Revivals” ’, in ‘Bring furth the Pagants’ : Essays in Early English Drama Presented to Alexandra F. Johnston, David N. Klausner and Karen S. Marsalek eds, University of Toronto Press, Toronto
  • Margaret Rogerson, 2006, ‘Explaining the “Mysteries” : Medieval Theatre and Modern Fictions’ in Medieval Cultural Studies: Essays in Honour of Stephen Knight, Ruth Evans, Helen Fulton, and David Matthews eds, University of Wales Press, Cardiff
  • Margaret Rogerson, 2006, ‘Prime-Time Drama : Canterbury Tales for the Small Screen’, in Sydney Studies in English 232
  • Margaret Rogerson, 2006, with Betsy Taylor, ‘Teaching without Texts : Early English Drama for Performance Studies Students’ in Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama, Elza C. Tiner, ed., University of Toronto Press, Toronto
  • Betsy Taylor, 2006, with Margaret Rogerson, ‘Teaching without Texts : Early English Drama for Performance Studies Students’ in Teaching with the Records of Early English Drama, Elza C. Tiner, ed., University of Toronto Press, Toronto
  • Paul Thom, 2006, 'Augustine’s aesthetics' and 'Plotinus’s aesthetics', in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2nd edition, Donald Borchert ed., Macmillan Reference USA, Detroit
  • Andrea M.L. Williams, 2006, ‘La Queste del Saint Graal’ and ‘The Perlesvaus’, in The Arthur of the French, G.Burgess and K.Pratt eds., University of Wales Press

2005

  • Monica Azzolini, 2005, ‘Reading Health in the Stars : Politics and Medical Astrology in Renaissance Milan’, in Horoscopes and Public Spheres, Günther Oestmann, H. Darrel Rutkin, and Kocku von Stuckrad eds. Religion and Society series. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin and New York
  • T. L. Burton, 2005, ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Hag : The Real Meaning of the Wife of Bath’s Tale’. Paper delivered at the 31st SEMA conference, Daytona Beach, Florida, October 2005. Published in “Seyd in forme and reverence”: Essays on Chaucer and Chaucerians in Memory of Emerson Brown, Jr., T. L. Burton and John F. Plummer eds, Chaucer Studio Press, Provo, Ut.
  • Michael Carter, 2005, ‘Adam and the technical terms of medieval Islam’, in Gerhard Endress festschrift, Louvain
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2005, ‘Criticism and literary theory in Old Norse-Icelandic’, in The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, Vol. 2, Alaistair Minnis and Ian Johnston eds, CUP, Cambridge
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2005, ‘Frequent Flyers in Old Norse Myth’, in Travel and Travellers from Bede to Dampier, Geraldine Barnes with Gabrielle Singleton eds, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Anna Hansen, 2005, ‘Börn og auñur á Íslandi á 13. öld’, in Miñaldabörn, Ármann Jakobsson and Torfi H. Tulinius eds., Hugv'sindastofnun Háskóla Íslands, Reykjav'k
  • Andrew Lynch, 2005, ‘Love in Wartime. Troilus and Criseyde as Trojan History’, in A Concise Companion to Chaucer, Corinne Saunders ed., Blackwell, Oxford
  • Andrew Lynch, 2005, ‘Archaism, Nostalgia and Tennysonian War in The Lord of the Rings’, in Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages, Jane Chance and Alfred Siewers eds, Palgrave Macmillan, New York
  • Andrew Lynch, 2005, ‘ “I see a strangeness” : Francis Webb's Norfolk and English Catholic Medievalism’, in Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, Stephanie Trigg ed., Brepols, Turnhout; Melbourne University Press, Melbourne
  • Louise Marshall, 2005, ‘La costruzione di un santo contro la peste: il caso di Nicola da Tolentino’ and 8 catalogue entries, in San Nicola da Tolentino nell'arte. Vol. 1: Dalle origini al Concilio di Trento, V. Pace and R. Tollo eds, Milan
  • Juanita Feros Ruys, 2005, ‘Peter Abelard’s Carmen ad Astralabium and Medieval Parent-Child Didactic Texts: The Evidence for Parent-Child Relationships in the Middle Ages’, in Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance : The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality, Albrecht Classen ed., de Gruyter, Berlin and New York
  • John Scahill, 2005, ‘The Nero Ancrene Wisse and Middle English word-geography’, in Text and Language in Medieval English Prose : A Festschrift for Tadao Kubouchi, Akio Oizumi, Jacek Fisiak, John Scahill eds, Peter Lang, Frankfurt
  • Stephanie Trigg, 2005, ‘Reception: twentieth and twenty-first centuries’, in Chaucer: An Oxford Guide, Steve Ellis ed., OUP, Oxford

2004

  • Elizabeth Bonner, 2004. (New biographies for) John Stewart, duke of Albany (c.1482-1536), Sir William Kirkcaldy of Grange (c.1520-73), and Robert Stuart, 4th seigneur d'Aubigny (c.1470-1543) in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
  • Michael Carter, 2004, ‘Arabisk - det klassiske kulturspraaket’, in Standardspraak Underveis, K. Gammelgaard, G. Mejdell, and Rune Svarverud eds, Oslo
  • Michael Carter, 2004, ‘Adam and the technical terms of Islam’ in R. Arntzen and J. Thielmann eds, Words, Texts and Concepts, Cruising the Mediterranean Sea, Leuven/Paris/Dudley MA
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2004. (New biographies for) William Elstob, Michael Maittaire, and Edward Thwaites in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
  • Margaret Clunies Ross and Amanda J. Collins, 2004. (New biographies for) James Johnstone, Edward Lye, Owen Manning, Henry Weber, and Francis Wise in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
  • Rifaat Ebied (with Lionel Wickham), 2004, ‘A Collection of Syriac Short Stories about Early Church Fathers’ in Philomathestatos: Studies in Greek Patristic and Byzantine Texts presented to Jacques Noret for his sixty-fifth Birthday, Bart Janssens, Bram Roosen, and Peter Van Deun eds, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 137, Louvain
  • Matthew Glozier, 2004, (Nine new biographies for) expatriate British and Irish soldiers, including George Douglas, first Earl of Dumbarton, KT, Scottish colonel in France (c.1636–92); Henry Hexham, military writer (c.1585–c.1650); Captain John Slezer, Dutch artist and engineer in Scotland (d.1714); and Nathaniel Hooke the elder, Jacobite soldier (1664–1738) in The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
  • Andrew Lynch, 2004, ‘ “Peace is good after war” : The Narrative Seasons of English Arthurian Tradition’, in Writing War : Medieval Literary Responses to Warfare, Corinne Saunders, Francoise Le Saux and Neil Thomas eds, Boydell and Brewer,
    Woodbridge
  • Andrew Lynch, 2004, ‘Le Morte Darthur for Children : Malory's Third Tradition’, in Adapting the Arthurian Legends for Children, Barbara Tepa Lupack ed., Palgrave Macmillan, New York and Basingstoke
  • Louise Marshall, 2004, ‘Luxury and Pathos in Girolamo Romanino's Christ carrying the Cross’, in The Italians in Australia: Studies in Renaissance and Baroque Art, D. Marshall ed., Florence
  • Nerida Newbigin, 2004, ‘La Compagnia romana del Gonfalone e le sue rappresentazioni per gli Anni Santi del 1500 e del 1525’, in Il Cristianesimo : fonte perenne di ispirazione per le arti. Franco Carlo Ricci. Viterbo ed. (Quaderni de “La Musica e la Danza” 15)
  • Ursula Potter, 2004, ‘Performing Arts in the Tudor Classroom, in Tudor Drama Before Shakespeare, 1485-1590 : New Directions for Research, Crticism, and Pedagogy, Lloyd Edward Kermode, Jason Scott-Warren, and Martine van Elk eds, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Ruys, J. F. 2004, ‘Playing Alterity: Heloise, Rhetoric, and Memoria’, in Maistresse of My Wit: Medieval Women, Modern Scholars.
  • John Scahill, 2004, ‘The Keio copy of the Roger of St Albans Chronicle’, in The Medieval Book and a Modern Collector: Essays in Honour of Toshiyuki Takamiya, Takami Matsuda, Richard Linenthal and John Scahill eds, D. S. Brewer, Cambridge
  • John O. Ward, 2004. ‘Rhetoric – ancient, medieval’ in New Dictionary of the History of Ideas.
  • John O. Ward, 2004. ‘Peter the Hermit and the First Crusade’ in History in Dispute Volume 10: The Crusades, Manly Inc., Columbia, S.C.
  • Andrea M.L. Williams, 2004, ‘Dreams and Visions in the Perlesvaus’, in Arthurian Studies in Honour of P.J.C.Field, Bonnie Wheeler ed., D.S. Brewer, Cambridge

2003

  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2003. Introduction and ‘Two Old Icelandic theories of ritual’ in Old Norse myths, literature and society, Margaret Clunies Ross ed. The Viking Collection 14. University Press of Southern Denmark, Odense
  • Rifaat Ebied, 2003, ‘Arab and Islamic contributions to European Civilization’, in Technology, Tradition and Survival. Aspects of Material Culture in the Middle East and Central Asia , Richard Tapper and Keith McLachlan eds, London
  • Rifaat Ebied, 2003. ‘Arab and Islamic contributions to European Civilization’ in Technology, Tradition and Survival. Aspects of Material Culture in the Middle East and Central Asia, Richard Tapper and Keith McLachlan eds, Frank Cass, London
  • Helen Fulton, 2003. ‘Awdurdod ac Awduriaeth: Golygu'r Cywyddwyr’ (‘Authority and Authorship: Editing the Cywyddwyr’) in Cyfoeth y Testun: Ysgrifau ar Lenyddiaeth Gymraeg yr Oesoedd Canol (The Wealth of the Text: Writings on Welsh Literature of the Middle Ages),. I. Daniel et al. eds, University of Wales Press, Cardiff
  • J. R. Green, 2003. ‘Smart and Stupid. The Evolution of Some Masks and Characters in Fourth-Century Comedy’ in Theatres of Action. Papers for Chris Dearden, J. Davidson and A. Pomeroy eds, Prudentia Suppl., Auckland
  • J. R. Green, 2003. ‘Speculations on the Tragic Poet Sthenelus and a Comic Vase in Richmond’ in Poetry, Theory, Praxis. The Social Life of Myth, Word and Image in Ancient Greece. Essays in Honour of William J. Slater, E. Csapo and M. Miller eds, Oxford
  • Jane Hardie, 2003. ‘The Past in the Present: Some liturgico-musical relationships between Toledo, Rome and Andalucia’ in The Past in the Present, Vol. 2, Laszlo Dobszay ed. Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Budapest
  • Lyn Olson, 2003. ‘British and Irish Colonial Churches: An Alternative Model to the “Celtic Church”’ in Nation and Federation in the Celtic World, P. O'Neill ed., Sydney Series in Celtic Studies 6, Sydney
  • John Pryor, 2003. ‘The Mediterranean breaks up : 500-1000’, in D. Abulafia, ed., The Mediterranean in History, London, Thames and Hudson
  • John Pryor, 2003. ‘Byzantium and the sea: Byzantine fleets and the history of the Empire in the age of the Macedonian emperors, c.900-1025 CE’ in War at sea in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, J. B. Hattendorf and R. W. Unger, eds, Woodbridge
  • John Pryor, 2003. ‘The Venetian fleet for the Fourth Crusade and the diversion of the Crusade to Constantinople’ in The experience of Crusading. Volume One: Western approaches (Presented to Jonathon Riley-Smith on his sixty-fifth birthday), M.Bull and N. Housley eds, Cambridge
  • Juanita Ruys, 2003. ‘Eloquencie vultum depingere: eloquence and dictamen in the love letters of Heloise and Abelard’ in Rhetoric and renewal in the Latin West 1100-1540: essays in honour of John O. Ward [Disputatio 2], C. J. Mews, C. J. Nederman and R. M. Thomson eds, Brepols, Turnhout
  • Juanita Ruys, 2003. ‘Hearing medieval voices: Heloise and Carmina Burana 126’ in The poetic and musical legacy of Heloise and Abelard, M. Stewart and D. Wulstan eds, Musicological Studies 78, The Institute of Mediaeval Music, Ottawa
  • Paul Thom, 2003, ‘La logique Abélardienne des propositions modales', in Pierre Abélard : colloque international de Nantes, Jean Jolivet, Henri Habrias eds, Presses universitaires de Rennes

2002

  • Geraldine Barnes and Adrian Mitchell, 2002. ‘Measuring the Marvellous: Science and the Exotic in William Dampier’ in Eighteenth-Century Life, ed. Robert Maccubbin, Duke University Press.
  • Geraldine Barnes and Adrian Mitchell, 2002. ‘Passing Through Customs: William Dampier’s medieval baggage’ in Medievalism and the Gothic in Australia, ed. Stephanie Trigg. Melbourne University Press / Brepols Publishing
  • Jennifer Carpenter, 2002. ‘The Communities of a Thirteenth-Century Holy Woman, Ida of Nivelles’ in Communities of women: historical perspectives, B. Brookes and D. Page, eds. Dunedin
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2002. ‘ “Saint” Ásólfr’ in Germanisches Altertum und christliches Mittelalter. Festschrift für Heinz Klingenberg zum 65. Geburtstag, Bela Brogyanyi ed. with Thomas Krömmelbein, Freiburg
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2002. ‘Reading Prymskvida’ , in The Poetic Edda: Essays on Old Norse mythology, Paul Acker and Carolyne Larrington eds, New York and London
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2002. ‘Närvaron och frånvaron av ritual i norrön-isländska medeltida texter’ (‘Ritual and its absences in Old Norse-Icelandic texts of the Middle Ages’), trans. Marianne Thormählen, in Plats och praxis. Arkeologiska och religionshistoriska studier av nordisk förkristen ritual. Vägar till Midgård 2., Kristina Jennbert, Anders Andrén, and Catharina Raudvere eds. Lund
  • Margaret Clunies Ross. 2002 for 2001. The Old Norse Poetic Translations of Thomas Percy: A New Edition and Commentary. Making the Middle Ages 4.
  • J. R. Green (with G.H. Stennett), 2002. ‘The Architecture of the Ancient Theatre at Nea Pafos’ in Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus
  • J. R. Green (with H.K.A. Cook), 2002. ‘Medieval Glazed Wares from the Theatre Site at Nea Pafos, Cyprus: A Preliminary Report’ in Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus
  • J. R. Green, 2002. ‘Towards a Reconstruction of Performance Style in Greek and Roman Actors. Aspects of an Ancient Profession, Pat Easterling and Edith Hall eds, Cambridge
  • Jane Hardie, 2002. ‘Lamentations chant in Spain before 1568’, in Fuentes musicales en la pen'nsula Ibérica (ca.1250ca.1550). Lérida
  • Jane Hardie, 2002. ‘Wanted, one maestro de capilla: a sixteenth-century job description"’ in Encomium musicae: a festschrift for Robert J Snow. New York
  • Jane Hardie, 2002. ‘Circles of relationship: chant and polyphony in the Lamentations of Francisco de Peñalosa’ in Musical life at the collegiate churches in the Low Countries and Europe / The Di Martinelli Collection / Chant and Polyphony (Alamire Foundation Yearbook 4). Leuven
  • Kathleen Nelson, 2002. ‘Two Twelfth-Century Fragments in Zamora: Representatives of a Period of Transition’ in Encomium Musicae: Essays in Honor of Robert J. Snow, David Crawford and G. Grayson Wagstaff eds. Hillsdale, Pendragon Press, N.Y.
  • Kathleen Nelson, 2002. ‘Conlaudemus omnes pie and Deo nos agentes: Polyphony in a Fourteenth-century Source of the Church of Zamora’ in Fuentes Musicales en la Pen'nsula Ibérica (ca. 1250-ca. 1550), M. Gómez and M. Bernadó eds. Universitat de Lleida
  • John Scahill, 2002, ‘A saner, kinder Nero?’, in A Book of Ancrene Wisse, Yoko Wada ed., Kansai University Press, Suita

2001

  • Geraldine Barnes, 2001. ‘Funding the Chair of Australian Literature: a brief history of the public record’ in Matters of the Mind. Poems, Essays and Interviews in Honour of Leonie Kramer, eds. Lee Jobling and Catherine Runcie. University of Sydney
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2001. ‘The Norse Discovery of America and the American Discovery of Norse (1828-1892)’ in Studies in Medievalism XI (Appropriating the Middle Ages: Scholarship, Politics, Fraud), eds Tom Shippey and Martin Arnold, Boydell and Brewster, Cambridge.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2001, ‘Die Kunst Peter Hupfaufs und die nordische Mythologie’ [‘The Art Work of Peter Hupfauf and Nordic Mythology’], in Brücke zwischen Zeiten und Welten. Treahna Hamm und Peter Hupfauf aus Australien, Eva Ch. Raabe ed., Galerie 37, vol. 8, Museum der Weltkulturen, Frankfurt am Main
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2001, ‘Introduction’ to Mythos und Geschichte. Essays zur Geschichtsmythologie Skandinaviens in Mittelalter und Neuzeit, Gerd Wolfgang Weber, Hesperides, Studies in Western Literature and Civilization 11, Edizioni Parnasso, Trieste
  • Margaret Clunies Ross (with Lars Lönnroth), 2001, ‘Den fornnordiska musan: Rapport från ett internationallt forskningsprojekt’ [‘The Norse Muse. Report from an international research project’], in Vägar till Midgård I. Myter om det nordiska. Mellan romantik och politik, Nordic Academic Press, Lund
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2001, ‘The Skald Sagas as a Genre : Definitions and Typical Features’, in Skaldsagas : Text, Vocation, and Desire in the Icelandic Sagas of Poets, Russell Poole ed., de Gruyter, Berlin
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2001, ‘Thomas Percy’s Translations of Skaldic Poetry’, in Sagnaheimur. Studies in Honour of Hermann Pálsson on his 80th birthday, 26th May 2001, Ásd's Egilsdóttir, Rudolf Simek eds, Studia Medievalia Septentrionalia 6, Fassbaender, Vienna
  • J. R. Green (with R.S. Gabrieli and B. McCall), 2001. ‘Medieval Kitchen-Ware from the Theatre Site at Nea Pafos’ in Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus
  • J. R. Green, 2001. ‘Gnathia and Other Overpainted Wares of Italy and Sicily - A Survey’ in Céramiques hellénistiques et romaines iii, P. Lévêque and J.-P. Morel eds, Paris
  • Helen Fulton, 2001. ‘Orality and literacy in early Welsh literature’ in Chwileniwm: Technoleg a Llenyddiaeth (Millennium: technology and literature), A. Price, ed. Cardiff
  • Helen Fulton, 2001. ‘Individual and society in Owein/Yvain and Gereint/Erec’ in The individual in Celtic literatures, J. Nagy ed. Dublin

2000

  • Geraldine Barnes, 2000. ‘Romance in Iceland’ in Old Icelandic Literature and Society, ed. Margaret Clunies Ross, CUP, Cambridge
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2000. ‘Truth, fiction, and The Daughter of Time’ in Sydney Studies in English 26.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2000, ‘Medieval Iceland and the European Middle Ages’, in International Scandinavian and Medieval Studies in Memory of Gerd Wolfgang Weber, Michael Dallapiazza et al. eds, Parnaso, Trieste
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2000, ‘Introduction’ and ‘The Conservation and Reinterpretation of Myth in Medieval Icelandic Writings’, in Old Icelandic Literature and Society, Margaret Clunies Ross ed., Cambridge University Press
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2000, ‘Women skalds and Norse Poetics. Jórunn skáldmær’s Sendib'tr’, in Gudar på Jorden. Festskrift Lars Lönnroth, June 4 2000, Stina Hansson, Mats Malm eds, Brutus Östlings Bokförlag Symposion, Stockholm
  • J. R. Green, 2000. ‘The Theatre of Paphos and the Theatre of Alexandria: Some First Thoughts’ in The Library of Alexandria. Centre of Learning in the Ancient World, R. MacLeod ed., London, New York
  • J. R. Green, 2000. ‘Forty Years of Theatre Research and its Future Directions’ in Theatre: Ancient and Modern, Milton Keynes
  • J. R. Green (with E.W. Handley), 2000. ‘Gnomic Gnathia’ in Skenika. Beiträge zum antiken Theater und seiner Rezeption. Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Horst-Dieter Blume, S. Gödde and T. Heinze eds, Darmstadt
  • Louise Marshall, 2000. ‘Reading the body of a plague saint: Narrative altarpieces and devotional images of St. Sebastian in Renaissance art’ in Reading texts and images: Essays on medieval and Renaissance art and patronage, B. Muir ed. Exeter
  • David O. Matthews, 2000. The Invention of Middle English: An Anthology of Sources, 1700-1864. Making the Middle Ages 2.
  • John Pryor, 2000. ‘Types of ships and their performance capabilities’ in Travel in the Byzantine World: Papers from the thirty-fourth Spring Symposium of Byzantine studies, Birmingham, April 2000, R. Macrides ed. Aldershot
  • Judy Quinn, 2000.'From orality to literacy in medieval Iceland', ed. Margaret Clunies Ross, CUP, Cambridge

1999

  • Elizabeth Bonner, 1999. ‘The Politique of Henri II: De Facto French Rule in Scotland, 1550-1554’ in The Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History, Vol. 7
  • J. R. Green, 1999. ‘Tragedy and the Spectacle of the Mind: Messenger Speeches, Actors, Narrative, and Audience Imagination in Fourth-Century Vase-Painting’ in The Art of Ancient Spectacle, B. Bergmann and C. Kondoleon eds, Studies in the History of Art, 56, Centre for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, Symposium Papers XXXIV

1998

  • Geraldine Barnes, 1998. ‘The Fireside Vikings and the Boy’s Own Vinland: Vinland in popular English and American Literature (1841-1926)’ in Reinventing the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Constructions of the Medieval and Early Modern Periods, ed. William F. Gentrup, Brepols: Turnhout, Belgium
  • Geraldine Barnes, 1998. ‘The age of innocence: childhood and chastity in some Middle English Romances’ in Chevaliers errants, demoiselles et l'Autre: höfische und nachhöfische Literatur im europäischen Mittalalter, ed. Trude Ehlert, Kümmerle Verlag, Göppingen
  • Elizabeth Bonner, 1998. ‘The French Reactions to the Rough Wooings of Mary Queen of Scots’ in Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History, Vol. 6
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 1998, ‘Land-taking and Text-making in Medieval Iceland’, in Text and Territory. Geographical Imagination in the European Middle Ages, Sylvia Tomasch, Sealy Giles eds, University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 1998, ‘Snorri's Edda as narrative’, in Snorri Sturluson. Beiträge zu Werk und Rezeption, Hans Fix ed., de Gruyter, Berlin and New York
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 1998, ‘Editing the Oral Text : Medieval and Modern Transformations’, in The Editorial Gaze. Mediating Texts in Literature and the Arts, Paul Eggert, Margaret Sankey eds, Garland, New York and London
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 1998, ‘Medieval Studies’, in Knowing Ourselves and Others. The Humanities in Australia into the 21st Century, 2 vols, Australian Research Council, Canberra
  • J. R. Green, 1998. ‘Classical Studies’ in Knowing Ourselves and Others. The Humanities in Australia into the 21st Century, Australian Research Council Disipline Research Strategies 2, Canberra
  • J. R. Green, 1998. ‘The A.D. Trendall Centre’ in The Gadfly of Greek History, M.J. Osborne ed., Australian Academy of the Humanities, Canberra

1997

  • J. R. Green, 1997. ‘Excavations at the Theatre, Nea Paphos, Cyprus, 1995-1996’ in In the Field. Archaeology at the University of Sydney, C. Petrie and S. Bolton eds, Sydney University Archaeological Methods Series 4, Sydney