Conference and Other Papers, Published

2010

  • Carole Cusack, Sydney, 2010, ‘Fiction, feminism and the "Celtic Church": the Sister Fidelma novels of Peter Tremayne’, in Pamela O’Neill, ed., Celts in Legend and Reality: Papers from the Sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, July 2007, 315-342;
  • Matthew Glozier, 2010, ‘Huguenots and the Dutch East India Company’, in Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 29, 385-96
  • John Scahill, 2010, 'Prodigal Early Middle English orthographies', in Language Change and Variation from Old English to Late Modern English: A Festschrift for Minoji Akimoto, Merja Kytö, John Scahill, Harumi Tanabe eds. (International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Munich, August 2008), Peter Lang, Bern

2009

  • Geraldine Barnes, 2009, ‘Byzantium in the riddarasögur’, in Á austrvega: Saga and East Scandinavia. Preprint papers of the 14th International Saga Conference, Uppsala 9th-15th August 2009, Agneta Ney, Henrik Williams, Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist eds, vol.1, University of Gävle Press, Gävle
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2009, ‘The Giants of Tristrams saga’, in AUMLA Special Issue: Refereed Proceedings of the 2009 AULLA Conference: The Human and the Humanities in Literature, Language and Culture, Peter Goodall, ed.
  • Hannah Burrows, 2009, ‘The Secret Lives of Lawspeakers : The portrayal of lögsögumenn in the Íslendingasögur’, in Á austrvega: Saga and East Scandinavia. Preprint papers of the 14th International Saga Conference, Uppsala 9th-15th August 2009, Agneta Ney, Henrik Williams, Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist eds, vol.1, University of Gävle Press, Gävle
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2009, ‘Poets and Ethnicity’, in Á austrvega: Saga and East Scandinavia. Preprint papers of the 14th International Saga Conference, Uppsala 9th-15th August 2009, Agneta Ney, Henrik Williams, Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist eds, vol.1, University of Gävle Press, Gävle
  • Ruth Smadar Gabrieli, 2009, ‘Stability and Change in Ottoman Coarse Wares in Cyprus’, in Reflections of Empire: Archaeological and Ethnographic Studies on the Pottery of the Ottoman Levant, Bethany J. Walker ed., Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, vol. 64, proceedings of the Ottoman session in the 2005 ASOR conference

2008

  • John Pryor, 2008. ‘Soldiers of fortune in the fleets of Charles I of Anjou, King of Sicily, ca 1265-85’, in Mercenaries and Paid Men: the mercenary identity in the Middle Ages, J. France ed., Brill, Leiden
  • Pamela O'Neill, 2007. ‘A sense of place : monastic scenes in Irish-Australian funerary monuments’ in Ireland, Australia and New Zealand : history, politics and culture (14th Irish-Australian Conference, University College, Cork 2005), Laurence M. Geary and Andrew McCarthy eds, Irish Academic Press
  • Ruth Smadar Gabrieli, 2007, ‘A Region Apart: Coarse Ware Of Medieval And Ottoman Cyprus’, in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Late Antique, Byzantine, Seljuk, and Ottoman Pottery and Tiles in Archaeological Context (Çanakkale, 1-3 June 2005), B. Böhlendorf-Arslan, A. O. Uysal, J. Witte-Orr, eds, BYZAS 7
  • John Pryor with Peter R. Wilson, 2007. ‘The Chain of the Golden Horn, 5-7 July 1203’, in In laudem Hierosolymitani: studies in Crusades and medieval culture in honour of Benjamin Z. Kedar, I. Shagrir, R. Ellenblum, and J. Riley-Smith eds, Ashgate, Aldershot
  • Harry Peters, 2007, 'Jupiter and Saturn: Medieval Ideals of "Elde"', in Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Albrecht Classen ed. (Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture 2, Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandidge, eds.), Walter de Gruyter, Berlin.
  • Harry Peters, 2007, 'John Gower - Love of Words and Words of Love', in Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (International Symposium, University of Arizona, April-May, 2005), Albrecht Classen, ed., Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe.
  • Brian Taylor, 2007, ‘Das Meisterlied als poetologische Urkunde’, in Sangspruchdichtung. Gattungskonstitution und Gattungsinterferenzen im europäischen Kontext. Internationales Symposium Würzburg, 15.-18. Februar 2006. Herausgegeben von Dorothea Klein zusammen mit Trude Ehlert und Elisabeth Schmid. Max Niemeyer Verlag, Tübingen.
  • John Scahill, 2006, ‘Prose in motion: Syntactic change in Ancrene Wisse’, in Textual and Contextual Studies in Medieval English, Michiko Ogura ed. (Society for Historical English Language and Linguistics, Chiba, September 2005), Peter Lang, Frankfurt
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2006, ‘Stylistic and generic definers of the Old Norse skaldic ekphrasis’, Round Table paper delivered at The Fantastic in Old Norse/Icelandic Literature; Sagas and the British Isles, 13th International Saga Conference, Durham and York, 6-12 August 2006, in Viking and Medieval Scandinavia 3 (2007)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2006, ‘Poetry and Fornaldarsögur’, in The Fantastic in Old Norse/Icelandic Literature. Sagas and the British Isles. Preprint papers of the 13th International Saga Conference, Durham and York 6-12 August 2006, John McKinnell et al. eds
  • Michael Carter, 2006, ‘The Qur’an and the authority of Arab-Islamic linguistics’ (Symposium of Oslo and Gothenburg Universities at the Swedish Instititute, Istanbul, 3-6 November 2005), in Current Issues in the Analysis of Semitic Grammar and Lexicon II, 11-23, L. Edzard and J. Retso, eds, Harrassovitz, Wiesbaden
  • Michael Carter, 2006, ‘Approaches to the technical terms of Arabic grammar’, in Authority, Privacy and Public Order in Islam. Proceedings of the 22nd Congress of L’Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, Krakow 2004, B. Michalak-Pukulska and A. Pikulska eds, Leuven, Paris, Dudley
  • Pamela O'Neill, 2006, ‘Landmarks of another kind : carved stones, setting adrift and early Irish law’ in Australia and New Zealand Law and History E-journal (Landmarks in Legal History, 25th ANZLHS Conference, University of Tasmania 2006)
  • Pauline Allen, 2006, 'The role of Mary in the Early Byzantine Feast of the Hypapante', in Patristica. Proceedings of the Colloquia of the Japanese Society of Patristic Studies, K. Demura, N. Kamimura eds, Supplementary Volume 2 (Festschrift in Honour of Shinro Kato on his 80th Birthday), Shinseisha Publishing, Japan
  • Pauline Allen, 2006, 'It's in the post : techniques and difficulties of letter-writing in antiquity with regard to Augustine of Hippo,' Australian Academy of the Humanities A. D. Trendall Annual Memorial Lecture September 2005, in The Australian Academy of the Humanities Proceedings 2005, The Australian Academy of the Humanities, Canberra
  • Pauline Allen, 2005, 'The life and thought of a heretic : the case of Severus of Antioch' (in Japanese), in Patristica. Proceedings of the Colloquia of the Japanese Society of Patristic Studies 9, Shinseisha Publishing, Japan
  • Pamela O'Neill, 2005, 'Historical reconstruction or imaginative recreation? The nineteenth-century approach to the early medieval' in antiTHESIS forum 3 (Once and Future Medievalism Conference, University of Melbourne 2004)
  • Pamela O'Neill, 2005, ‘Boundaries, routes and sculptured stones in early medieval Scotland’ in Exile and Homecoming (5th Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney 2004), P. O’Neill ed., University of Sydney
  • T. L. Burton, 2005, ‘Sir Gawain and the Green Hag: The Real Meaning of the Wife of Bath’s Tale’, for the 31st SEMA conference, Daytona Beach, Florida, October 2005, 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
  • Helen Fulton, 2005, ‘Pilgrims and Soldiers: Constructing the Town in Medieval Histories’, in Travel and Travellers from Bede to Dampier: Papers from the University of Sydney Centre for Medieval Studies Workshop 22-23 August 2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross ‘Frequent Flyers in Old Norse Myth’, in Travel and Travellers from Bede to Dampier: Papers from the University of Sydney Centre for Medieval Studies Workshop 22-23 August 2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK.
  • John H. Pryor, 2005, ‘Marco Polo’s return voyage from China: Its implications for “The Marco Polo debate”’, in Travel and Travellers from Bede to Dampier: Papers from the University of Sydney Centre for Medieval Studies Workshop 22-23 August 2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK.
  • David Matthews, 2005, ‘The Further Travels of Sir John: Mandeville, Chaucer, and the Canon of Middle English’, in Travel and Travellers from Bede to Dampier: Papers from the University of Sydney Centre for Medieval Studies Workshop 22-23 August 2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK.
  • L.E. Semler, 2005, ‘Mapping the Grotesque: Inventing and Possessing the World in Early-Modern England’, in Travel and Travellers from Bede to Dampier: Papers from the University of Sydney Centre for Medieval Studies Workshop 22-23 August 2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK.
  • Geraldine Barnes and Adrian Mitchell, 2005, ‘William Dampier’s Itinerarium’, in Travel and Travellers from Bede to Dampier: Papers from the University of Sydney Centre for Medieval Studies Workshop 22-23 August 2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK.
  • Jose Manuel Cerda, 2005. ‘Towards a new paradigm for the study of the origins of parliamentary assemblies in England and the Spanish kingdoms,’ in Proceedings of the 53rd Conference of the International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions, J. Sobreques et al. eds, Vol. I, Barcelona
  • Jose Manuel Cerda, 2004. ‘The English Parliament in the making: Counsel, councils and politics in the reign of Henry II’, in Proceedings of the 54th Conference of the International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions, Kapitoly z dejin stavovskeho a parlamentniho zrizeni, Jiri Georgiev and Jan Kysela eds, Prague
  • Jose Manuel Cerda, 2004. ‘La convocación de representantes urbanos a la curia regia en Inglaterra y los reinos españoles y los or'genes de las asambleas parlamentarias’, for the 2nd Symposium of Young Medievalists, Lorca, Spain, 16-18 March 2004 (proceedings to be published March 2006)
  • Michael Carter, 2004. ‘Talking with and about God, Adam and the Arabic language’, in Proceedings of the Union of European Arabists and Islamicists Conference, Palermo 2002
  • Rifaat Ebied, 2004. ‘The Syriac Polemical Treatises of Dionysius bar Salibi, Metropolitan of Amid (d. 1171 AD) ’, in Papers of IXth Symposium Syriacum, The Holy Spirit University in Kaslik, Beirut
  • Rifaat Ebied, 2004. ‘An Unpublished short Arabic Poem of a Medieval Muslim-Christian Polemic’, in VIIth International Conference of Christian Arabic Studies, University of St. Joseph, Beirut
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2004. ‘Counsel in the riddarasögur: Ivens saga, Erex saga, Parcevals saga’, in Rittersagas - Übersetzung, Überlieferung, Transmission. Wissenschaftliches Symposion, 13 Mai - 16 May 2004. University of Basel, Switzerland. Unpaginated.
  • Pamela O'Neill, 2004. ‘Dimensions and distribution : aspects of Pictish sculpture’ in Between Intrusions : Britain and Ireland between the Romans and the Normans (Between Intrusions Conference, University of Melbourne 2003), P. O’Neill ed., University of Sydney
  • Pamela O'Neill, 2003. ‘National religions and the survival of stone sculpture: some preliminary observations’ in Nation and Federation in the Celtic World (4th Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney 2001), P. O’Neill ed., University of Sydney
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2003. ‘The drama of faith West of Iceland’, in Scandinavian and Christian Europe in the Middle Ages. Papers of The 12th International Saga Conference, Bonn/Germany, 28th July - 2nd August 2003 , R. Simek and J. Meurer eds., Hausdruckerei der Universität Bonn, Bonn
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2003. ‘The Curious Case of the Painted Prince’. ANZAMEMS (The Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies) University of Melbourne.
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2003. ‘The drama of faith West of Iceland.’ International Saga Conference, University of Bonn.
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2003. 'Travel and the Mapping of Icelandic Identity in Saga Narrative.' International Symposium: 'Saga Literature and the Shaping of Icelandic Culture'. The Library of Congress, Washington D.C..
  • John O. Ward, 2003. ‘Alan (of Lille?) as rhetor: unity from diversity?’, in Università degli Studi di Bologna: Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e Medioevale, Papers on Rhetoric V, (Atti del Convegno Internazionale 'Dictamen, poetria and Cicero: coherence and diversification', Università di Bologna, Maggio 2002), Lucia Calboli Montefusco ed., Herder, Rome
  • Juanita Ruys, 2003. ‘“La douceur d'une vie paternelle”: la représentation de la famille dans les oeuvres poétiques d'Abélard’, in Pierre Abélard: Colloque international de Nantes, J. Jolivet and H. Habrias eds, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 2003. ‘Christian Skladic rhetoric in Einarr Gilson's Selkolluv'sur’, in Preprints of the Twelfth International Saga Conference, Bonn July 2003, R. Simek and J. Maurer eds, University of Bonn
  • Margaret Clunies Ross and Tarrin Wills, 2003. ‘The Skaldic editing project’, Plenary Lecture, in Preprints of the Twelfth International Saga Conference, Bonn July 2003, R.Simek ed., University of Bonn
  • John Scahill, 2002, ‘Dan Michel: Fossil or innovator?’, in Sounds, Words, Texts and Change, T. Fanego et al. eds (International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Santiago de Compostela, September 2000), John Benjamins, Amsterdam
  • Paul Thom, 2002, ‘Abélard’s logic of de rebus modals’, in Pierre Abélard à l’aube des universités, textes rassemblés par Jean Jolivet et Henri Habrias – Actes de la conférence internationale, Université de Nantes, France, 3-4 Octobre 2001
  • John Pryor, 2002. 'Types of ships and their performance capabilities', in R. Macrides, ed., Travel in the Byzantine world : papers from the Thirty-fourth Spring Symposium of Byzantine studies, Birmingham, April 2000 Aldershot
  • Pamela O'Neill, 2000. ‘From Bede to Bragg: the politics of literature about St Cuthbert of Lindisfarne’ in Literature and Politics in the Celtic World (3rd Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney 1998), P. O’Neill and J. M. Wooding eds, University of Sydney
  • Geraldine Barnes, 2000. ‘The V'nland voyages: records of discovery and loss’ in Beschreibung der Welt. Zur Poetik der Reise- und Länderberichte Vorträge eines interdisziplinären Symposiums vom 8. bis 13 Juni 1998 an der Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Xenja von Ertzdorff ed., Rodopi: Amsterdam and Atlanta.
  • Geraldine Barnes, 1999. ‘Tristan in late medieval Norse literature: saga and ballad’ in Tristan und Isolt im pätmittelalter. Vorträge eines interdisziplinären Symposiums vom 3. bis 8. Juni 1996 an der Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Xenja von Ertzdorff ed., Rodopi: Amsterdam and Atlanta.
  • Rifaat Ebied, 1998, ‘Devil Worshippers : the Yazidis’, in Proceedings of the Seminar in Persian Studies during the Mehregan Persian Cultural Festival, Sydney, Australia, 28 October - 6 November 1994, Garry Trompf and Morteza Honari with Homer Abramian eds., Sydney Studies in Religion 1, Sydney University, Sydney
  • Pauline Allen, 1998, 'The preacher and the audience in the Patristic world', in Our Cultural Heritage (Papers from the 1997 Symposium of The Australian Academy of the Humanities), J. Bigelow ed., The Australian Academy of the Humanities, Canberra
  • Pauline Allen, 1998, 'The identity of sixth-century preachers and audiences in Byzantium,' in Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean in Antiquity. Mediterranean Archaeology v.11 (Proceedings of a Conference held at the Humanities Research Center in Canberra, 10-12 November 1997), G.W. Clarke ed., University of Sydney