Journal Articles

2010

  • Penelope Nash, ‘Shifting Terrain – Italy and Germany Dancing to their Own Tapestry’, in The Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association 6 (2010)
  • Michael Carter, ‘L’étude de l’arabe’, in Diogène 229-230 January-April (2010)
  • Conal Condren, ‘ANZAMEMS (Inc.) : Notes towards a pre-history’, in Parergon 27, 1 (2010)
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘Peter of Callinicus and Damian of Alexandria : The Tritheist Controversy of the Sixth Century’, in [[||Parole de l’Orient]], vol. 35 (2010)
  • Rifaat Ebied with Nicholas Al-Jeelo, ‘Some Further Letters in Syriac, Neo-Aramaic and Arabic Addressed to Eduard Sachau by Jeremiah Shamir’, in the Journal of Assyrian Academic Society, vol. 24 No. 1 (2010)
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘Sir John Fastolf and the Diverse Affinities of the Medieval Lancegay’, in The Southern African Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies19 (2010)
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘The Medieval Boar and its Haslets’, in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 111 (2010)
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘The Hunting of the Hare in the Heege Manuscript’, Anglia : Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie, 128 (2010)
  • Carole Cusack “The Burry Man Festival, South Queensferry: Warding off Evil Spirits, Connecting With Nature, and Celebrating Local Identity”, Sydney Society for Scottish History Journal (13, 2010), 37-53
  • Carol Cusack “The Church of All Worlds and Pagan Ecotheology: Uncertain Boundaries and Unlimited Possibilities”, Diskus, 11 (Autumn, 2010)
  • Carol Cusack “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, eds, CC Hartney, A. Norman, and C. M. Cusack eds, Literature and Aesthetics, special issue, 19 (2010), 72-91
  • Carole M. Cusack, ‘Religion As Something Absolutely Ordinary’, in Mentalités/Mentalities Vol. 24 No. 1 (2010)
  • Matthew Glozier “Early Modern Celtic warfaring”, Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History (2010)
  • Andrew Lynch, ' "'…‘if indeed I go’" : Arthur’s uncertain end in Malory and Tennyson', in Arthurian Literature 27 (2010)
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Peregrinatio : punishment and exile in the early Gaelic church’ in Australian Celtic Journal 9 (2010)
  • Ahmad Shboul “Greek destinies among Arabs: the role of Greek Muslims in classical Arab Islamic civilization”, Modern Greek Studies, 14 (2010), 287-307
  • Paul Thom, ‘Three conceptions of formal logic’, in Vivarium 48 (2010)
  • Paul Thom, ‘Abhari on the logic of conjunctive terms’, in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 20 (2010)

2009

  • John Scahill, ‘More central than deviant : The Gonville and Caius manuscript of the Ancrene Wisse’, in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 110 (2009)
  • Elizabeth Bonner “The Betrothal of Mary Queen of Scots”, History Scotland, vol. 9, No. 3 (2009), 19-22.
  • Michael G. Carter, Review of Ramzi Baalbaki, The Legacy of the Kitab, Sibawayhi’s Legacy etc., Leiden 2008, in Journal of the American Oriental Society 129 (2009)
  • Conal Condren 'Public, private, and the idea of the 'Public Sphere' in early - modern England', in Intellectual History Review 19, 1 (2009)
  • Conal Condren, 'Understanding Shakespeare's perfect prince: Henry V, the ethics of office and the French Prisoners', in The Shakespearean International Yearbook 9 (2009)
  • Conal Condren, 'The perplexities of satire', Review of Juan Francisco Elices Agudo, Historical and Theoretical Approaches to English Satire, Munich; LINCOM, 2004, in Humour: The International Journal of Humour Research Vol. 22 (2009)
  • Ursula Potter, with Roger Bartrop and Stephen Touyz, ‘Pubertal process and greensickness in Renaissance drama : a form fruste of anorexia nervosa?’, in Australasian Psychiatry Vol. 17.5 (October 2009)
  • Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Assembly of Ladies : Contextual Meaning in the Manuscripts’ in Journal of the Early Book Society 12 (2009)
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘New Light on Piers Plowman's Ownership, c. 1450-1600’ in Journal of the Early Book Society 12 (2009)
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘The Gentleman's Piers Plowman : John Mitford and his Annotated Copy of the 1550 Edition of William Langland's Great Poem’, in The La Trobe Journal 84 (Spring 2009)
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Rhyme and Reason : Lawspeaker-Poets in Medieval Iceland’, in Scandinavian Studies 81.2 (2009)
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘Cold Cases : Law and Legal Detail in the Íslendingasögur’, in Parergon 26.1 (2009)
  • Anna Hansen, ‘Crossing the Borders of Fantastic Space : The Relationship between the Fantastic and the Non-Fantastic in Valdimars Saga’, in Parergon 26.1 (2009)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Medieval Icelandic Textual Culture’, in Gripla XX (2009)
  • Pauline Allen, ‘Welcoming foreign saints into the church of Antioch, in Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association 5 (2009)
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘A Collection of Letters in Syriac and Arabic addressed to Eduard Sachau (1845-1930)’, in ARAM Periodical Vol. 21 (2009)
  • Melanie Heyworth Brown, ‘Apollonius of Tyre in its Manuscript Context : An Issue of Marriage’, in Philological Quarterly 86 (2007 [2009])

2008

  • Chris Bishop, ‘Fate, virtue and the metaphysical winter in the poetry of Wessex’, in The Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association, Vol. 4 (2008)
  • Rifaat Ebied, with Lionel Wickham, ‘The Syriac Liturgy of Peter of Callinicus’, in The Harp : A Review of Syriac and Oriental Ecumenical Studies 23 (2008)
  • John Scahill, ‘Five hundred years of discomfiture : Modern responses to medieval English saints’ legends’, in The Geibun-Kenkyu 95 (2008)
  • John Beston, 'Galeran de Bretagne : between Romance and Realism’, in Neophilologus (2008)
  • Andrew Lynch, '"Thingless names"? The St George legend in Australia', in LaTrobe Journal 81 (Autumn 2008)
  • Paul Thom, 'Alfarabi on indefinite and privative names', in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 18 (2008)
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘St Vigeans No 1 and No 1a: a reconsideration’ in Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association 4 (2008)
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘When onomastics met archaeology: a tale of two Hinbas’ in Scottish Historical Review 87/1 (2008)
  • Rosemary Huisman, ‘Narrative sociotemporality and complementary gender roles in Anglo-Saxon society : the relevance of wifmann and wæpnedmann to a plot summary of the Old English poem Beowulf’, in Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association, 4 (2008)
  • Juanita Feros Ruys, 'Mater Litterata : Considerations of Maternity and Latinity in the Post-Medieval Reception of Dhuoda’s Liber manualis', in New Medieval Literatures, 10 (2008).
  • Michael Carter, Review : Eighth Century Iraqi Grammar. A Critical Exploration of Pre-Halilian Arabic Linguistics, R. Talmon (Winona Lake, 2003), in Bibliotheca Orientalis 65 (2008)
  • Ursula Potter, ‘To School or not to School : Tudor views on education in drama and literature’, in Parergon 25.1. (2008)
  • Maxwell J. Walkley, ‘Jean de Journi's surviving fabliau?’, in New Zealand Journal of French Studies 29:2 (2008)
  • Jane Morlet Hardie, ‘Spanish Liturgical Music Manuscripts at the University of Sydney : A Preliminary Report’, in Fontes Artis Musicae 55 (2008)
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘The discovery of Latin verses by John Gower and John of Bridlington in a Piers Plowman manuscript’, in Notes and Queries (2008)
  • Julie Ann Smith, ‘The Virtue of Stillness : Abelard and Monastic Silence’, in American Benedictine Review (2008)
  • Julie Ann Smith, ‘Debitum Obedientie : Heloise and Abelard on Governance at the Paraclete’, in Parergon (2008)

2007

  • Chris Bishop, ‘Uncer giedd geador: the shadows of history in Wulf and Eadwacer’, in The Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association, Vol. 3 (2007)
  • Hannah Burrows, ‘“In this country, what is found in books is to be law” : Legal Knowledge, Literacy, and the Shifting Spheres of Power in Medieval Iceland’, in Quaestio Insularis : Selected Proceedings of the Cambridge Colloquium in Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic 8 (2007)
  • Paul Thom, 'Trinitarian semantics in Gilbert of Poitiers', in Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics 7 (2007)
  • Andrew Lynch, 'C. J. Brennan's A Chant of Doom : Australia's Medieval War', in Australian Literary Studies 23.1 (2007)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 'Stylistic and Generic Definers of the Old Norse Skaldic Ekphrasis', in Viking and Medieval Scandinavia 3 (2007)
  • Maxwell J. Walkley, ‘Jean Gerson, L'Exemplaire des petis enfans’, in Romania, Tome 125 (2007)
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘An Overlooked Piers Plowman Excerpt and the Oral Circulation of Non-Reformist Prophecy, c. 1520-55’, in The Yearbook of Langland Studies 21 (2007)
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘The Ending, and End, of Piers Plowman B: The C-Version Origins of the Final Two Passus’, in Medium Aevum 76 (2007)
  • Frances Muecke, ‘Hannibal at the “Fields of Fire” (Silius Italicus, Punica, 12, 113-57) : a ‘wasteful excursion’?’, in Materiali e discussioni 58 (2007) Frances Muecke, ‘Poetry on Rome from the ambience of Pomponio Leto’, in L’Ellisse, 2 (2007)
  • Kathleen E. Nelson, ‘Observations on an Early Twelfth-Century Antiphoner Fragment at Toledo’, in Concordis Modulationis Ordo Ismael Fernández de la Cuesta In Honorem, Robert Stevenson and Emilio Rey Garcia eds, Inter-American Music Review 17 (2007)
  • Carole M. Cusack, ‘The Goddess Eostre : Bede's Text and Contemporary Pagan Tradition(s)’, in The Pomegranate, Vol. 9, No. 1 (2007)
  • Tom Burton, ‘What William Barnes Done : Dilution of the Dialect in Later Versions of the Poems of Rural Life’, in Review of English Studies 58 (2007)
  • John Beston, ‘Une bele conjointure : the Structure of Galeran de Bretagne’, in Neophilologus (2007)
  • Michael Carter, Review : Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism in Medieval Islam, Richard M. Frank, in Texts and Studies on the Development and History of Kalam, Vol. I, Dimitri Gutas ed., (Aldershot: Ashgate/ Variorum, 2005), in Journal of Islamic Studies 18 (2007)
  • Brian Taylor, ‘By their books ye may (get to) know them (1) : Edgar Ederheimer’, in Biblionews and Australian Notes and Queries. A Journal for Book Collectors 355/356 (2007)
  • Matthew Glozier, ‘Scottish soldiers in Russia : Patrick Gordon of Auchleuchries and the Russo-Scottish connection’, in Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History, Vol. 11 (2007)
  • Matthew Glozier, Review : ‘De stem van een vroeg moderne Hugenoot [Memoirs of Isaac Dumont de Bostaquet : a gentleman of Normandy’ D. W. Ressinger ed., Huguenot Society NS 4. London, 2005], in Transparant : Tijdschrift van de Vereniging van Christen–Historici, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2007)
  • Julie Ann Smith, ‘“What Now Lies Before Their Eyes” : Mapping the Christian Holy Land’, in Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 4 (2007)
  • Julie Ann Smith, ‘“My Lord’s Native Land” : Mapping the Christian Holy Land’, in Church History 76:1 (2007)
  • Julie Ann Smith, ‘The Eye of Faith : Vision and Visuality in the Experience of Women Pilgrims’, in Australian Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 40 (2007)
  • Tom Burton, ‘What William Barnes Done : dilution of the dialect in later versions of the Poems Of Rural Life,’ in Review of English Studies 58 (2007)
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Six degrees of whiteness: Finbarr, Finnian, Finnian, Ninian, Candida Casa and Hwiterne’ in Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association 3 (2007)

2006

  • Chris Bishop, ‘Þyrs, ent, eoten, gigans – Anglo-Saxon Ontologies of Giant’, in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (2006)
  • Chris Bishop, ‘Civilizing the Savage Ancestor : Representations of the Anglo-Saxons in the Art of Nineteenth-Century Britain’, in Studies in Medievalism, Vol. 15 (2006)
  • Chris Bishop, ‘Ambiguous eroticism in The Exeter Book’, in The Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association, Vol. 2 (2006)
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘Reading cross-marked stones in Scottish Dalriada’ in Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association 2 (2006)
  • Pauline Allen, ‘The Syrian church through bishops’ eyes : the letters of Theodoret of Cyrrhus and Severus of Antioch’, in Studia Patristica 42 (2006)
  • Pauline Allen, ‘The International Mariology Project : a case-study of Augustine’s letters, in Vigiliae Christianae 60.2 (2006)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, 'Poet into Myth : Starkaðr and Bragi', in Viking and Medieval Scandinavia 2 (2006)
  • Roxanne Marcotte, ‘Preliminary Notes on the Life and World of Abu al-‘Abbas al-lawkari (d.after1109)’, in Anaquel de estduos árabes (Spain), 17 (2006)
  • Roxanne Marcotte, ‘L’aperception de soi chez Shihab al-Din al-Suhrawardi et l’héritage avicenninen’, in Laval théologique et philosophique (Canada), 62.3 (2006)
  • Michael Carter, ‘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, B. Michalak-Pukulska, and A. Pikulska, eds, Leuven/Paris/Dudley 2006, Orientalia Lovanensia Analecta 148 (2006)
  • Michael Carter, ‘The Qur’a¯n and the authority of Arab-Islamic linguistics’, in Current Issues in the Analysis of Semitic Grammar and Lexicon II, Oslo-Göteborg Cooperation 4th-5th November 2005, Lutz Edzard and Jan Retsö eds, Wiesbaden (2006)
  • Frances Muecke, ‘A (literary) voyage round Mt Etna’, in Classicum (CANSW/CLTA, Macquarie University), 22.1 (2006)
  • Jose Manuel Cerda, ‘ “Laws for the governance of subject and peaceful peoples” : Justice and Legislation at Spanish courts and English councils (1154-1188)’, E-Legal History Review, (2006)
  • Jenna Mead, Review : A Variorum Edition of the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Volume VI, The Prose Treatises, Part One A Treatise on the Astrolabe, Sigmund Eisner ed. (University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK., 2002), in Parergon 23.1 (2006)
  • Juanita Ruys, ‘Ut sexu sic animo : The Resolution of Sex and Gender in the Planctus of Abelard’, in Medium AEvum 75 (2006)
  • David Scott-Macnab, Review : Robbin S. Oggins, The Kings and their Hawks (Yale University Press, 2004), in Medium Ævum 75 (2006)
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘Dionysius Bar Salibi’s Syriac Polemical Treatises : Prejudice and Polarization towards Christians, Jews, and Muslims’, in The Harp : A Review of Syriac and Oriental Ecumenical Studies, vol. xx (2006)
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘The Syriac Polemical Treatises of Dionysius bar Salibi, Metropolitan of Amid (d. 1171 AD)’, in Parole de l’Orient , vol. 31 (2006)
  • Andrew Lynch, ‘Beyond Shame : Chivalric Cowardice and Arthurian Narrative', in Arthurian Literature 23 (2006)
  • Andrew Lynch, ‘A Tale of “Simple” Malory and the Critics”, in Arthuriana 16.2 (2006)
  • Jenna Mead, ‘Chaucer and the Subject of Bureaucracy’, in Festschrift for Sheila Delany, Lynn Arner ed., Exemplaria : A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 19.1 (May 2006)
  • Jenna Mead, ‘Geoffrey Chaucer’s Treatise on the Astrolabe’, in Literature Compass 3 (July 2006)

2005

  • Chris Bishop, ‘The erotic poetry of The Exeter Book’, in The Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association, Vol. 1 (2005)
  • Michael Carter, Review: Wurzelrepetition und Wunschsatz. Untersuchungen zur Stilgeschichte des arabischen Dokuments des 7. bis 20. Jahrhunderts, Werner Diem, (Wiesbaden 2005), for Journal of Islamic Studies (in press)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘A Tale of Two Poets : Egill Skallagrimsson and Einarr skálaglamm’, in Arkiv för nordisk filologi 120 (2005)
  • Pamela O'Neill, ‘The political and ecclesiastical extent of Scottish Dalriada’ in Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association 1 (2005)
  • Michael Carter, ‘The indeterminacy of the Qur’an’, Folia Orientalia 41 (2005)
  • Frances Muecke, ‘Domizio Calderini's lost ‘edition’ of Silius Italicus’, Res Publica Litterarum, 28 (2007 for 2005)
  • F. Muecke, ‘Angelo Poliziano, Pomponio Leto, Domizio Calderini, and the Codex Mediceus’, Roma nel Rinascimento (nominally 2003, actually 2005)
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘Polysemy in Middle English embosen and the hart of The Book of the Duchess’, in Leeds Studies in English, n.s. 36 (2005)
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘An unpublished short Arabic Poem of a medieval Muslim-Christian Polemic’. in Parole de l’Orient , vol. 30 (2005)
  • Matthew Glozier, ‘Wilhelm von Oranien und die Aufnahme der Hugenotten Soldaten in den Niederlanden und im Grossbritannien 1685–1688’, Arbeitskreis Militär und Gesellschaft in der Frühen Neuzeite.V., vol. 9, no. 2 (2005)
  • Yvette Paiement Debergue, ‘Good Women as Nuns? : A Re-Investigation of the Sources’, Heresis 42/43 (December 2005)
  • Monica Azzolini, ‘In Praise of Art : Text and Context of Leonardo’s Paragone and its Critique of the Arts and Sciences’, Renaissance Studies 19.4 (2005)
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘ “Of prickyng and of huntyng for the hare” : General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales I 191’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 104 (2005)
  • David Scott-Macnab, Review : Richard Almond, Medieval Hunting (Thrupp, 2003), Envoi : A Review Journal of Medieval Literature, 11 (2005)
  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘The Earl of Huntly and the King of France, 1548: Man for Rent’, English Historical Review, CXX, 485 (2005)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Conjectural emendation in skaldic editing practice, with reference to Egils saga’, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 104 (2005)
  • Dugald McLellan, ‘Funding and Patronage: New Documents for Signorelli’s Orvieto Commissions’, The Burlington Magazine, 147 (2005)

2004

  • Chris Bishop, ‘Wésten : the birth of The Waste Land’, in Between Intrusions : Britain and Ireland Between the Romans and the Normans, Sydney Series in Celtic Studies 7
  • Monica Azzolini, ‘Anatomy of a Dispute : Leonardo, Pacioli, and Scientific Entertainment in Renaissance Milan’, Early Science and Medicine 9.2 (2004)
  • David Scott-Macnab, ‘Caxton’s printings of The horse, the sheep, and the goose : Some observations regarding textual relationships’, Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 13 (2004)
  • Michael Carter (with Georges Bohas, ENS Lyon), ‘Prolegomenes au Kitab de Sibawayhi’, Langues et littératures du monde arabe (2004)
  • Andrew Lynch, ‘ “Manly cowardyse” : Thomas Hoccleve's Peace Strategy’, Medium Aevum 53.2 (2004)
  • Diane Speed, ‘Christian Perspectives in The Lord of the Rings’, Sydney Studies in English 30 (2004)
  • H. Fulton, article in refereed journal, ‘George Borrow and the Oldest Animals in “Wild Wales”’, Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, n.s.10, 2004
  • Nerida Newbigin, ‘Giuliano Dati. Stazione, indulgenzie e reliquie: Quadragesimale de l’alma città di Roma’, Letteratura italiana antica 5 (2004)
  • Nerida Newbigin, ‘ “Del grasso di Lorenzo un’ampollecta” : Relics and Representations in the Quest for Forgiveness in Renaissance Rome’, Journal of Religious History 28 (2004)
  • David Scott Macnab, ‘Hawking information in the Tollemache “Book of Secrets” ’, Notes and Queries, n.s. 51 (2004)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Höfuthlausn and Egils saga’, Notes and Queries, 51:2 (2004)
  • Dugald McLellan, ‘Communal cults and civic liturgies in late Renaissance Orvieto’, Bollettino della Deputazione di Storia Patria per l’Umbria, CI (2004)
  • Melanie Heyworth, 'Nostalgic Evocation and Social Privilege in the Old English Elegies'. Studia Neophilologica, 76 (2004), 3-11.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross (with Jens Peter Schjødt), ‘Disputats om “Initiation, liminalitet og tilegnelse af numinøs viden”’, in Religionsvidenskabeligt Tidsskrift 45 (2004)

2003

  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘Charles VII's dynastic policy and the “Auld Alliance”: the marriage of James II and Marie de Gueldres’. Innes Review, 54 (2003), 142-85.
  • Michael Carter, ‘The Scholar as Dragoman’ (A. R. Davis Memorial Lecture), Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia (2003)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘An Anglo-Saxon runic coin and its adventures in Sweden’, Anglo-Saxon England 32, (2003), 79-88.
  • Frances Muecke, ‘The origins of Vinduna, or, the curious survival of a fifteenth-century conjecture’, MD, (2003), 253-5.
  • Frances Muecke, ‘Humanists in the Roman Forum’, in Papers of the British School at Rome, 71 (2003), 207-33. Helen Fulton, ‘Medieval Studies in Australia’, AUMLA Journal of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, 50 (2003).
  • Lyn Olson and Ann Preston-Jones, "An ancient cathedral of Cornwall? Excavated remains east of St Germans church", Cornish archaeology, 37-8 (1998-9), 153-69. (Publication delayed to 2003.)
  • John Scahill, ‘Trilingualism in Early Middle English miscellanies : Languages and literature’, in The Yearbook of English Studies 33 (2003)
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘Becket and the Hopping Bishops’, The Yearbook of Langland Studies, (2003).

2002

  • Geraldine Barnes and Adrian Mitchell, ‘Measuring the marvellous: Science and the exotic in William Dampier’, Eighteenth-century life, 26.3 (2002), 45-57.
  • Elizabeth Bonner, ‘Vatican secrets: some unpublished correspondence of sixteenth-century Papal nuncios at the French court’, The Innes Review, 53 (2002), 60-78.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Realism and the fantastic in the Old Icelandic sagas’, Scandinavian Studies, (December 2002), 1-12.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Preben Meulengracht Sørensen’, in Saga-Book of the Viking Society 26 (2002)
  • Helen Fulton, ‘Mercantile ideology in Chaucer's Shipman's Tale’, Chaucer Review, 36.4 (2002), 311-323.
  • J. R. Green (with G.H. Stennett), ‘The Architecture of the Ancient Theatre at Nea Pafos’ in Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus, (2002)
  • J. R. Green (with H.K.A. Cook), ‘Medieval Glazed Wares from the Theatre Site at Nea Pafos, Cyprus: A Preliminary Report’ in Report of the Department of Antiquities of Cyprus, (2002).
  • Jane Hardie, ‘The past in the present: some liturgico-musical relationships between Toledo, Rome and Andalucia’, Studia musicologica Academiae scientiarum Hungaricae (2002).
  • Nerida Newbigin, ‘I giornali di Ser Giusto Giusti d'Anghiari (1437-1482)’, Letteratura italiana antica, 3 (2002), 41-246.
  • Margaret Rogerson, ‘Rediscovering Richard Eurich's “York Festival triptych” ’, Medieval English Theatre, 23 (2002), 3-16.
  • Juanita Ruys, ‘Planctus magis quam cantici: the generic significance of Abelard's Planctus’, Journal of plainsong and medieval music, 11 (2002), 37-44.
  • John O. Ward, ‘ “'Decline”and “new management” in medieval historiography during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries (and beyond)’, Parergon, n.s., 19 (2002), 19-75.
  • John Ward, ‘Cereals, cities and the birth of Europe: R. I. Moore's First European Revolution c. 970-1215, a review’, Journal of religious history, 26 (2002), 250-63.
  • John Ward with Katie Chambers, "The self-censored masters: classicism, humanism an dthe arbitration of orthodoxy in the 'Heroic Age' ", International journal of the classical tradition, 8 (2002), 415-46.
  • Lawrence Warner, ‘History of the earliest transmission of Piers Plowman’, The Yearbook of Langland Studies, (2002).

2001

  • Pauline Allen, ‘Severus of Antioch as pastoral carer’, in Studia Patristica 35 (2001)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross (with Craig Ronalds), ‘Thureth : A Neglected Old English Poem and Its History in Anglo-Saxon Scholarship’, in Notes and Queries 48 (2001)
  • J. R. Green (with E.W. Handley), ‘The Rover’s Return. A Literary Quotation on a Pot in Corinth’, Hesperia, 70 (2001), 367-371.
  • J. R. Green, ‘Comic Cuts: Snippets of Action on the Greek Comic Stage’, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 4,( 2001), 37-64.
  • Andrea M.L. Williams, ‘Perspectives on the Grail : Subjectivity of Experience in La Queste del Saint Graal’, Reading Medieval Studies XXVI (2001)

2000

  • Pauline Allen with W. Mayer, ‘Through a bishop’s eyes : towards a definition of pastoral care in late antiquity’, in Augustinianum 40 (2000)
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘Some Observations on “A Late 19th-Century Coptic Marriage Contract and the Coptic Documentary Tradition”’, Parole de l’Orient, 25 (2000), 727-732.

1999

  • Elizabeth Bonner. ‘Scotland's “Auld Alliance” with France, 1295-1560’. History, 84, 273 (1999), 5-30.
  • Elizabeth Bonner. ‘Un Regard sur “L'Ancienne Alliance” et les Fiançailles de Marie, Reine D'Écosse’. Bulletin de l'Association Franco-Écossaise, 29 (1999), 16-18.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross (with Lars Lönnroth), ‘The Norse Muse. Report from an international research project’, in alvissmál 9 (1999)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘From Iceland to Norway : essential rites of passage for an early Icelandic skald’, in alvissmál 9 (1999)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Revaluing the Work of Edward Lye, an Eighteenth-Century Septentrional Scholar’, in Studies in Medievalism 9 (1997) [1999]
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘Treatise in Arabic on the Nestorian Patriarchs’, The Assyrian Australian Academic Journal, 4 (1999), 28-55.
  • Andrew Lynch, ‘Malory moralisé: the disarming of Le Morte Darthur, 1800-1918’, Arthuriana (1999)

1998

  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘Arabic Proverbs from Mosul (Iraq)’, The Assyrian Australian Academic Journal, 3 (1998), 10-19.
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘An Unknown Poem on the Siege of Aleppo and the Violent Events of A.H. 1065-66/A.D. 1654-55’, ARAM [The Mamluks and the Early Ottoman Period in Bilad al-Sham: History and Archaeology], 9-10 (1997-1998), 365-375.
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘Inter-Religious Attitudes: Al-Dimashqi’s (d. 727/1327) Letter to the People of Cyprus’, ARAM [The Mamluks and the Early Ottoman Period in Bilad al-Sham: History and Archaeology], 9-10 (1997-1998), 19-24.
  • J. R. Green, ‘A Note on the Classification of Some Masks and Faces from Petra’, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, 130 (1998), 43-50.
  • J. R. Green (with W.R. Biers), ‘Carrying Baggage’, Antike Kunst, 41 (1998), 87-93.
  • J. R. Green, ‘Theatre Production: 1987-1995’, Lustrum. Internationale Forschungsberichte aus dem Bereich des Klassischen Altertums, 37 (1995 [1998]), 7-202 and (index) 309-318.

1997

  • Pauline Allen, ‘John Chrysostom’s homilies on I and II Thessalonians : the preacher and his audience’, in Studia Patristica 31 (1997)
  • Elizabeth Bonner, Review : Annabel Patterson, Reading Holinshed's Chronicles (Chicago, 1994), History, 82 (1997)
  • Elizabeth Bonner. ‘The Genesis of Henry VIII's “Rough Wooing” of the Scots’. Northern History, xxxiii (1997), 36-53.
  • Elizabeth Bonner. ‘French Naturalization of the Scots in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries’. The Historical Journal, 40, 4 (1997), 1085-1115.
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘The Intellectual Complexion of the Icelandic Middle Ages : Towards A New Profile of Old Icelandic Saga Literature’, in Scandinavian Studies 69:4 (1997)
  • Margaret Clunies Ross, ‘Textual territory : the regional dynamic of medieval Icelandic literary production’, in New Medieval Literatures 1 (1997)
  • Rifaat Ebied, ‘A Letter in Syriac from Eliya Mellus, Metropolitan of Mardin, to E. A. Wallis Budge’, The Assyrian Australian Academic Journal, 2 (1997), 13-18.
  • J. R. Green, ‘In Search of Performance Styles in Ancient Greek Theatre’, La Lettre de Pallas, 5 (1997), 7.
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