Medieval

Edited by Geraldine Heng and Lynn Ramey

Volume 11 (2014)

Special Issue on the Global Middle Ages

Early Globalities, Global Literatures: Introducing a Special Issue on the Global Middle Ages
Geraldine Heng and Lynn Ramey

Global Souvenirs: Bridging East and West in the Malay Alexander Romance
Su Fang Ng

Marco Polo: Factotum, Auditor. Language and Political Culture in the Mongol World Empire
Alexander C. Wolfe

Crusading Gone Global? The Icelandic Magnussona Saga’s Visions of the World and Home
Leila K. Norako

The Libro de los ejemplos del Conde Lucanor and the Panchatantra: Translatio, Power, and Comparison
Gloria Hernandez

Global Circulation as Christian Enclosure: Legend, Empire, and the Nomadic Prester John
Christopher Taylor

Quid Shmuel cum Homero? Greek Culture and Early Yiddish Epic
Jerold C. Frakes

Globalizing Imperium: Thirteenth-Century Perspectives on the Mongols
Margaret Kim

The Mongols, Eastern Europe, and Western Europe: The Mirabilia Tradition in Benedict of Poland’s Historia Tartarorum and John of Plano Carpini’s Historia Mongalorum
Anna Czarnowus

The Political Cosmology of Prison Poetics: Khāqānī of Shirwān on Muslim–Christian Difference
Rebecca Gould

Volume 10 (2013)

Building Bridges to the Past: Personal Reflections on Understanding Audience, Welcoming Inquiry, and Establishing Contexts
John Black

Make‐Over or Tune‐Up: Every Student Needs Religious Instruction
Henry Ansgar Kelly

Teaching Medieval Studies in the Religiously Pluralistic Classroom
Ben Ambler

“Medieval Belief and Modern Secularity: Teaching the Middle Ages to Contemporary College Students”
Anne F. Harris

Instruction and Information from Manuscript to Print: Some English Literature, 1400–1650
Carrie Griffin

(Old) English, Anglo‐Saxon Legal Texts in the Later 11th to Mid‐12th Centuries
Thomas Gobbitt

The English Fabliau in the 15th and 16th Centuries
Ben Parsons

Humanist Hagiography in England, c. 1480 – c. 1520
Joni Henry

“An Unfollowable World”: Beowulf, English Poetry, and the Phenomenalism of Language
E. J. Christie

Middle English Drama Beyond the Cycle Plays
Jessica Brantley

Volume 9 (2012)

Special Issue: ‘E‐medieval: Teaching, Research, and the Net’

Past, Present, and Future of Digital Medievalism
Larry Swain

Blogging, Time and Displacement
Stephanie Trigg

Inverting the Panopticon: Google Earth, Wonder and Earthly Delights
Asa Mittman

Authority, Interoperability, and Digital Medieval Scholarship
Matthew Fisher

Vain and Superstitious Habits: On Books and their Future in the University after Books
Stephen Kelly

“Blogging and Academic Identity”
Heide Estes

Online Teaching of Old English: Wave of the Future or Wave Goodbye?
Murray McGillivray

Views, Comments and Statistics: Gauging and Engaging the Audience of Medievalist Blogging
Jonathan Jarrett

Anglo‐Saxon Studies and Digital Technologies: Past, Present, and Future
Stuart D. Lee

From Quill to T‐PEN: Palaeography, Editing and their E‐Futures
Kathryn A. Lowe

Technology in the University and the Death of Socrates
Wendy Marie Hoofnagle

Why We Blog: An Essay in Four Movements
Karl Steel, Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, Mary Kate Hurley and Eileen A. Joy

Rewriting English Literary History 1042–1215
Mark Faulkner

The Concept of Shame in Late-Medieval English Literature
Mary C. Flannery

Volume 8 (2011)

Auden, Translation, Betrayal: Radical Poetics and Translation from Old English
Daniel C Remein

Robert of Gloucester and the Medieval Chronicle
Philip A. Shaw

Chaucer and Italy: Contexts and/of Sources
K. P. Clarke

Introduction
Frances Auld

Beowulf’s Broken Bodies
Frances Auld

All Talk: Robert Zemeckis’s Beowulf, Wealtheow, and Grendel’s Mother
Bill Schipper

The Post-9/11 Hero
Eileen Jankowski

Resistance to Genocide in the Postmodern Beowulf
Robin Norris

Chaucer and Late Medieval Language
Simon Horobin

New Formalism and the Forms of Middle English Literary Texts
Helen Marshall and Peter Buchanan

Volume 7 (2010)

Re-thinking Textuality in Literary Studies Today
Peter Barry

New Old English: The Place of Old English in Twentieth- and Twenty-first-Century Poetry
Chris Jones

Volume 6 (2009)

The Textual Criticism of Middle English Manuscript Traditions: A Survey of Critical Issues in the Interpretation of Textual Data
Gavin Cole

Critic Provocateur
Patricia Clare Ingham

The Roman de la rose and Middle English Poetry
Stephanie A. Viereck Gibbs Kamath

Expressing the Middle English I
Isabel Davis

Love in a Cold Climate: The Future of Feminism and Gender Studies in Middle English Scholarship
Nicole Nolan Sidhu

Old English Literature and Same-Sex Desire: An Overview
David Clark

Monsters and the Exotic in Early Medieval England
Asa Simon Mittman, Susan M. Kim

Beowulf and Poststructuralist Theory
Manish Sharma

The Study of Proverbs in Anglo-Saxon Literature: Recent Scholarship, Resources for Research, and the Future of the Field
Johanna Kramer

Volume 5 (2008)

Old English Literature and Feminist Theory: A State of the Field
Mary Dockray-Miller

Medieval Things: Materiality, Historicism, and the Premodern Object
Kellie Robertson

From Translator to Laureate: Imagining the Medieval Author
Anthony Bale

John Skelton and the New Fifteenth Century
Kathleen Tonry

An Overview of Race and Ethnicity in Pre-Norman England
Stephen J. Harris

Presenting the Sister Saints of Ely, or Using Kinship to Increase a Monastery’s Status as a Cult Center
Virginia Blanton

The Order of Things in Anglo-Saxon Studies: Categorization and the Construction of a Discipline
Renée R. Trilling

Troubled Conversions: The Difference Gender Makes in The Sultan of Babylon
Emily Houlik-Ritchey

Practicing Women: The Matter of Women in Medieval English Literature
Elizabeth Ann Robertson

‘Perced to the Roote': Challenges in Teaching Chaucer at UK Universities
Samantha Rayner

Fortune and the Sinner: Chaucer, Gower, Lydgate and Malory’s Morte Darthur
Marilyn Corrie

Seductive Voices: Rethinking Female Subjectivities in The Wife’s Lament and Wulf and Eadwacer
Helene Scheck

The Exotic in the Later Middle Ages: Recent Critical Approaches
Debra Higgs Strickland

Volume 4 (2007)

Death and Nostalgia: The Future of Beowulf in the Post-National Discipline of English
Haruko Momma, Michael Powell

Aldhelm and the Two Cultures of Anglo-Saxon Poetry
Christopher Abram

Feminist Approaches to Middle English Religious Writing: The Cases of Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich
Nancy Bradley Warren

Fragments and Foundations: Medieval Texts and the Future of Feminism
Tara Williams

Linking Letters: Translating Ancient History into Medieval Romance
Alex Mueller

Revising Wulfstan’s Antichrist in the Twelfth Century: A Study in Medieval Textual Re-appropriation
Aidan Conti

Current General Trends in Beowulf Studies
John Hill

Editing and Evolution
William Robins

The Conquest of the Past in The History of the Kings of Britain
Michael A. Faletra

Volume 3 (2006)

Second-rate Stories? Changing Approaches to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
Jacqueline Stodnick

Preaching in Old English: Tradition and New Directions
Erika Corradini

Geoffrey Chaucer’s Treatise on the Astrolabe
Jenna Mead

Alfred the Great’s Boethius
Nicole Guenther Discenza

English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220 and the Making of a Re-source
Orietta Da Rold

Chaucer and the Theory Wars: Attack of the Historicists? The Psychoanalysts Strike Back? Or a New Hope?
John T. Sebastian

Hits and Misses in Interpreting Patience’s Riddle (p 270-281)
Allison Adair

The Benedictine Reform: Current and Future Scholarship
Nicola Robertson

‘Exile-and-return’ and English Law: The Anglo-Saxon Inheritance of Insular Romance
Laura Ashe

‘Medieval Literature’ or ‘Early Europe’? How to Win Grants and Change the Course of Scholarship
Stephanie Trigg

Middle English Translations of Medieval Encyclopedias
Michael W. Twomey

Volume 2 (2005)

Confessional Literature, Vernacular Psychology, and the History of the Self in Middle English
Masha Raskolnikov

Medieval Crusading in the Literary Contexts of England: Teaching Romance and Chronicle
Suzanne M. Yeager

The Manuscripts of Piers Plowman
Joshua R. Eyler, C. David Benson

Volume 1 (2004)

Old English Hagiography: Recent and Future Research
Claire Watson

The Problem of Transformation: The Use of Medieval Sources in Fantasy Literature
Michael D.C. Drout

North Sea Currents: Old English-Old Norse Relations, Literary and Linguistic
Richard Dance

Film and Early Medieval Literature
Stuart D Lee

The Virtual Reality of the Anglo-Saxon Mappamundi
Martin K. Foys

The Semitisms of Middle English Literature
Miriamne Ara Krummel

Which Middle Ages? Literature Anthologies and Critical Ideologies
Sarah A. Kelen

Current Views and Uses of Biblical Materials in Translation
James H. Morey

XML and Early English Manuscripts: Extensible Medieval Literature
Kathryn Powell

Digitizing the Middle Ages
David F. Johnson

An Introduction to the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England
Alex Burghart

The Endurance of Formalism in Middle English Studies
Seth Lerer

Teaching and Studying the Middle English Romance: New Directions, Affiliations, and Pleasures of the Text
Nicole Clifton