Publications

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Books:

 Canterbury Hymnal

 

 

The Canterbury Hymnal: Ms BL 37517, Medieval Latin Text Series
(Toronto, 1982).

 Latin Glosses on Arator

 

The Latin Glosses on Arator and Prudentius in Cambridge, University
Library, Ms Gg.5.35
, Studies and Texts 61 (Toronto, 1983).

 

 Waltharius

 

 

Waltharius, Bryn Mawr Latin Commentaries (Bryn Mawr, 1986).

 Arabye to Engelond

 

 

with Christa Canitz, From Arabye to Engelond: Medieval Studies in
Honour
of Mahmoud Manzalaoui on his 75th Birthday
(Ottawa, 1999).

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with Sian Echard, Anglo-Latin and its Heritage: Essays in Honour of
A.G.
Rigg on his 64th Birthday
, Publications of the Journal of Medieval
Latin 4
(Turnhout, 2001).

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with Carin Ruff and Ross G.Arthur, Insignis Sophiae Arcator: Medieval Latin Studies in Honour of Michael Herren on His 65th Birthday, Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin 6 (Turnhout, 2006).

 

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Articles and Chapters in Books:

 

  • “Bede and Arator: The (Lack of?) Authority of Poetic Exegesis,” in Auctor et Auctoritas in Latinis Medii Aevi Litteris/Author and Authorship in Medieval Latin Literature, ed. Edoardo d’Angelo and Jan Ziolkowski (Florence: SISMEL, Edizioni del Galluzo, 2014), 1201 – 1213.
  • Legifer, Dux, Scriptor: Moses in Anglo-Saxon Literature,” in Illuminating Moses: A History of Reception from Exodus to the Renaissance, ed. Jane Beal (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2014), 185 – 209.
  • “Bede and Anglo-Saxon ‘Indolence,‘” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 48 (2013), 29 – 39.
  • “Old English: Language Contact,” English Historical Linguistics: An International Handbook, vol. I. Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft/Handbooks of linguistics and communication science/Manuels de linguistique et des sciences de communication. Ed. Alexander Bergs and Laurel J. Brinton (Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2012), 362-73.
  • “The Unferth Enigma: The þyle between the Hero and the Poet,” Fact and Fiction: From the Middle Ages to Modern Times. Essays Presented to Hans Sauer on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday – Part II, ed. Renate Bauer and Ulrike Krischke (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2011), 35 – 46.
  • “Bilingual Education in Anglo-Saxon England: Alfred to Aethelweard,” Mehrsprachigkeit im Mittelalter. Kulturelle, literarische, sprachliche und didaktische Konstellationen in europäischer Perspektive. Mit Fallstudien zu den Disticha Catonis. Ed. Michael Baldzuhn and Christine Putzo. (Berlin, New York: de Gruyter, 2011), 35 – 57.
  • “A Survey of Latin Manuscripts,” Working with Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts, ed. Gale R. Owen-Crocker (Exeter, 2009), 112-57.
  • “A New Look at the Poem ‘Archalis clamare triumuir,’” in Insignis Sophiae Arcator: Medieval Latin Studies in Honour of Michael Herren on His 65th Birthday, ed. Carin Ruff, Ross G.Arthur and Gernot R. Wieland (Turnhout, 2006). 178-192.
  • “British Library, Ms. Royal 15.A.v: One Manuscript or Three?”, Beatus Vir: Studies in Early English and Norse Manuscripts in Memory of Phillip Pulsiano, ed. A.N. Doane and Kirsten Wolf (Tempe, 2006), 1-25.
  • Bernhard of Angers’s Miracula Sanctae Fidis as Psychomachia,” in Poesia Latina Medieval (Siglos V – XV), ed. Manuel C. Diaz y Diaz and Jose M. Diaz de Bustamante (Florence, 2005), 415 – 424.
  • “Assers Vita Aelfredi als Kaiserbiographie?” in Geschichtsdarstellung: Medien – Methoden – Strategien, ed. Vittoria Borso and Christoph Kann (Cologne, 2004), 101 – 115.
  • “The Relationship of Latin to Old English Glosses in the Psychomachia of Cotton Cleopatra C viii,” Mittelalterliche volkssprachige Glossen, ed. Rolf Bergmann, Elvira Glaser and Claudine Moulin-Fankhänel (Heidelberg, 2001), 175-88.
  • “The Hermeneutic Style of Thiofrid of Echternach,” Anglo-Latin and its Heritage: Essays in Honour of A.G. Rigg on his 64th Birthday, ed. Sian Echard and Gernot R. Wieland (Turnhout, 2001), 27-45.
  • Ge mid wige ge mid wisdome: Alfred’s Double-Edged Sword,” From Arabye to Engelond: Medieval Studies in Honour of Mahmoud Manzalaoui on his 75th Birthday, ed. A. E. Christa Canitz and Gernot R. Wieland (Ottawa, 1999), 217-28.
  • “Interpreting the Interpretation: The Polysemy of the Latin Gloss,” The Journal of Medieval Latin 8 (1998), 59 – 71.
  • “Gloss and Illustration: Two Means to the Same End?”Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts and their Heritage, ed. Phillip Pulsiano and E. Treharne (Aldershot, 1998), 1 – 20.
  • “The Prudentius Manuscript CCCC 223,” Manuscripta 38 (1997 for 1994), 211-27. “Aures Lectoris: Orality and Literacy in Felix’s Vita Sancti Guthlaci,” The Journal of Medieval Latin 7 (1997), 168-77.
  • “The Origin and Development of the Anglo-Saxon Psychomachia Illustrations,” Anglo-Saxon England 26 (1997), 169-86.
  • “Anglo-Saxon Culture in Bavaria 739-850,” Mediaevalia 17 (1994 for 1991), 177-200.
  • “England in the German Legends of Anglo-Saxon Saints,” Words, Texts and Manuscripts: Studies Presented to Helmut Gneuss on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. Michael Korhammer (Cambridge, 1992), 193-212.
  • “Alcuin’s Ambiguous Attitude toward the Classics,” The Journal of Medieval
    Latin
    2 (1992), 84-95.
  •  “Manna Mildost: Moses and Beowulf,” Pacific Coast Philology 23 (1988), 86-93.
  • “The Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts of Prudentius’s Psychomachia,” Anglo-Saxon England 16 (1987), 213-31.
  • “Aldhelm’s De Octo Vitiis Principalibus and Prudentius’ Psychomachia,” Medium Aevum 55 (1986), 85-92.
  • “The Glossed Manuscript: Classbook or Library Book?” Anglo-Saxon England 14 (1985), 153-173.
  • “Caedmon, the Clean Animal,” The American Benedictine Review 35 (1984), 194-203.
  • “Latin Lemma – Latin Gloss: the Stepchild of Glossologists,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 19 (1984), 91-99.
  •  “Geminus Stilus: Studies in Anglo-Latin Hagiography,” Insular Latin Studies: Papers on Latin Texts and Manuscripts of the British Isles: 550-1066, Papers in Medieval Studies 1, ed. Michael Herren (Toronto, 1981),
    113-33.
  •  with A.G. Rigg, “A Canterbury Classbook of the Mid-Eleventh Century (the ‘Cambridge Songs’ Manuscript),” Anglo-Saxon England 4 (1975), 113-30.

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Dictionary Entries:

  • Hay, Sir Gilbert,” Lexikon des Mittelalters, vol. 4 (1989), p. 1982.
  • “Papias,” Dictionary of the Middle Ages (New York, 1987), p. 391.
  • “Phoenix,” Lexikon des Mittelalters, vol. 6 (Munich, 1993), c. 2107.
  • “Physiologus,” Lexikon des Mittelalters, vol. 6 (Munich, 1993), c. 2121-22.
  • “Reimgedicht,” Lexikon des Mittelalters, vol. 7 (Munich, 1995), c. 656.
  • “Waldere,” Lexikon des Mittelalters, vol. 8 (Munich, 1997), c. 1957.
  • “Wilhelm von Malmesbury,” Lexikon des Mittelalters, vol. 9 (Munich, 1999), c. 173-4.
  • “Frithegod,” Medieval England: An Encyclopedia (New York and London, 1998), 307-08.
  • “Literary Influences: Carolingian,” Medieval England: An Encyclopedia (New York and London, 1998), 428-30.
  • “Prudentius,” Medieval England: An Encyclopedia (New York and London, 1998), 620.