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20 April, 2011

Reviews


     Medieval Science Fiction, ed. C. Kears and J. Paz, The Mediaeval Journal (invited).
     Fragments for a History of a Vanishing Humanism, ed. M. Seaman and E.A. Joy, Speculum (invited).
•     Medieval Comics and the American Century, by C. Bishop, Arthuriana (invited).
•     Earth, by Jerome Jeffrey Cohen and Linda T. Elkins-Tanton, Medievally Speaking.
•    The Medieval Magazine, Vol. 2 No. 25 (Sept. 20, 2016),  8 Years of Medievalists.net, Medievally Speaking
    Manufacturing a Past for the Present: Forgery and Authenticity in Medievalist Texts and Objects in Nineteenth-Century Europe, eds. J. M. Bak and P. J. Geary, Speculum (invited; submitted).
     La naissance de la médiévistique: Les historiens et leurs sources en Europe au Moyen Age (XIXe - début du XXe siècle). Actes du colloque de Nancy, 8-10 novembre 2012, ed. by I. Guyot-Bachy, and J.-M. Moeglin, The Medieval Review (2016)
     Medievalism. A Critical History, by David Matthews, Arthuriana 25/4 (2015): 118-19.
     The Medieval Culture of Disputation.
 Pedagogy, Practice, and Performance, by A.J. Novikoff, American Historical Review 120/4 (2015): 1541-2.
     Die Gegenwart des Mittelalters, by Otto Gerhard Oexle, Medievally Speaking (2015).
     Renaissance Retrospections: Tudor Views of the Middle Ages, ed. Sarah A. Kelen, Journal of English and Germanic Philology 114.2 (2015): 303-5. 
     On the Trail of King Arthur: A Journey into Dark Age Scotland, by Robin Crichton, Arthuriana 24.1 (2014), 141-3.
     Early Modern Medievalisms. The Interplay between Scholarly Reflection and Artistic Production, ed. Alicia C. Montoya, Sophie van Romburgh, and Wim van Anjooij, Spenser Review 43 (2013).
      Studying the History of Early English, by Simon Horobin, Jena Electronic Studies in English Language and Literatures (2013).
      Medievalisms. Making the Past in the Present, by Tison Pugh and Angela Jane Weisl, The Medieval Review 2013.
      Band of Sisters. Dir. Mary Fishman. USA, 2012. Medievally Speaking (2012).
      The Impetus of Amateur Scholarship. Discussing and Editing Medieval Romances in Late-Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Britain, by Monica Santini, Journal of English and Germanic Philology 111:4 (2012), 543-5.
      Creole Medievalism: Colonial France and Joseph Bédier's Middle Ages, by Michelle Warren, The Medieval Review (2012).
      Zwischen Mythos und Geschichte. Ästhetik, Medialität und Kulturspezifik der Mittelalterkonjunktur, by Stephanie Wodianka, Monatshefte 104 (2012), 265-6.
      Mapping Medievalism at the Canadian Frontier, ed. Kathryn Bush, Medievally Speaking (2011). 
      The Post-Historical Middle Ages, ed. Elizabeth Scala and Sylvia Federico, Journal of English and Germanic Philology 110/4 (2011): 520-22.
      Die deutsche Griselda. Transformationen einer literarischen Figuration von Boccaccio bis zur Moderne, ed. Achim Aurnhammer and Hans-Jochen Schiewer, The Medieval Review (2011).
      In Strange Countries: Middle English Literature and its Afterlife, ed. David Matthews, The Review of English Studies (2011).
      University of Strasbourg and the Foundation of Continental English Studies: A Contribution to a European History of English Studies / L'Université de Strasbourg et la fondation des Études anglaises continentales: Contribution à une histoire européenne des Études anglaises / Die Universität Straßburg und die Etablierung der Anglistik auf dem Kontinent: Ein Beitrag zu einer europäischen Geschichte der Anglistik, by Renate Haas and Albert Stamm, Prolepsis (2010).
      Der Wald im Mittelalter: Funktion—Nutzung—Deutung, ed. Elisabeth Vavra (Das Mittelalter, 13.2, 2008), Perspicuitas (2009).
      The Nazi Appropriation of Shakespeare: Cultural Politics in the Third Reich, by Roger Symington, Prolepsis (2007).
      New Medieval Literatures, Vol. V, ed. David Lawton, Wendy Scase, and Rita Copeland, Anglia 123 (2005): 519-20.
      Maistresse of My Wit: Medieval Women, Modern Scholars, ed. Louise D'Arcens and Juanita Feros Ruys, The Medieval Review (2005).
      An Outline History of English Literature, 2nd ed., by Liliana Sikorska, Prolepsis (2004).
      Deutsche Geisteswissenschaft im Zweiten Weltkrieg. Die Aktion Ritterbusch (1940-1945), 2nd ed., by Frank-Rutger Hausmann,” Prolepsis (2004).
      Oxford Dictionary of British Place Names, ed. A.D. Mills, Prolepsis (2004).
      Writing New England. An Anthology from the Puritans to the Present, ed. Andrew Delbanco, Anglia 121 (2003): 682-84.
      Pagans, Tartars, Moslems, and Jews in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, by Brenda Deen Schildgen, The Medieval Review (2002).
      The Making of Middle English, 1765-1910, by David Matthews, South Atlantic Review 66.1 (2002): 146-48.
      European English Studies: Contributions towards the History of a Discipline, ed. Balz Engler and Renate Haas (2000), Prolepsis (2003).
      The Invention of Middle English: An Anthology of Primary Sources, by David Matthews, Perspicuitas (2001).
      Der Gott der Wanderer. Bruce Chatwins postmoderne Reisebeschreibungen 'In Patagonia' und 'The Songlines', by Jürgen Raithel, Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 49.2 (2001): 193-94.
      The Invention of Middle English: An Anthology of Primary Sources, by David Matthews, South Atlantic Review 64.4 (2001): 131-34.
      Chaucer A to Z: The Essential Reference to His Life and Work, by Rosalyn Rossignol, Prolepsis (2000).
      Individuality and Achievement in Middle English Poetry, ed. O.S. Pickering, Archiv für das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 237 (2000):174-76.
      Die Sprache Chaucers. Ein Lehrbuch des Mittelenglischen auf der Grundlage von Troilus and Criseyde, ed. W. Obst and F. Schleburg, The Medieval Review (2001).
      Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde: A Poet's Response to Ockhamism, by Helen Ruth Andretta, The Medieval Review (1999).
      Vernacular Literary Theory in the Middle Ages: The German Tradition, 800-1300, in its European Context, by Walter Haug, Arthuriana 8.3 (1998): 105-107.
      Chaucer's Chain of Love, by P.B. Taylor, Studies in the Age of Chaucer 20 (1998): 334-36.
      Medievalism and the Modernist Temper, ed. R. Howard Bloch and Stephen G. Nichols, The Medieval Review (1998).
      Bruce Chatwin. Anatomy of Restlessness. Selected Writings 1969-1989, ed. J. Borm and A. Graves,” Prolepsis (1997).
      “Shakespeare in the Whole-Language Classroom: A Review of John Swope's Shakespeare Teacher's Activities Library,” Rev. of Ready-To-Use Activities for Teaching Romeo and Juliet; Julius Caesar; Hamlet; Much Ado About Nothing; A Midsummer Night's Dream, by John Wilson Swope, Prolepsis (1997).
      Lancelot, ed. Mireille Séguy, Arthuriana 7.4 (1997): 134-36.
      Signes and Sothe: Language in the 'Piers Plowman' Tradition, by Helen Barr, Anglia 115 (1997): 394-96.
      Culture and the King: The Social Implications of the Arthurian Legend. Essays in Honor of Valerie Lagorio, ed. Martin B. Shichtman and James P. Carley, Anglia 115 (1997): 400-402.
      Medieval Arthurian Literature: A Guide to Recent Research, by Norris J. Lacy, Arthuriana 7.1 (1997): 140-42.
      Medievalism and the Modernist Temper, ed. R. Howard Bloch and Stephen G. Nichols, Arthuriana 7.1 (1997): 159-60.
      William of Ockham: A Letter to the Friars Minor and Other Writings , ed. and trans. James Kilcullen, Christianity and Literature 45 (1996): 414-15.
      A Catalogue of Chaucer Manuscripts, Volume II, The Canterbury Tales, by M.C. Seymour, Arthuriana 6.2 (1996), 120-21.
      Tudor & Stuart Women, by Louise Schleiner, and of Women on the Margins: Three Seventeenth-Century Lives, by Nathalie Zemon Davis, North American Review 281.5 (1996): 45-48.
      Fiktionalität im Artusroman: Dritte Tagung der Deutschen Sektion der Internationalen Artusgesellschaft in Berlin vom 13.-15. Februar 1992, ed. Volker Mertens, et al., Arthuriana 6 (1996): 122-23.
      Ideas and Forms of Tragedy from Aristotle to the Middle Ages, by H.A. Kelly, Philosophy and Literature 20 (1996): 253-56.
      Chaucer's 'Boece' and the Medieval Tradition of Boethius, ed. Alistair Minnis, Anglia 114 (1996): 112-14.
      Chaucer's ‘House of Fame’. The Poetics of Skeptical Fideism, by Sheila Delany, Carmina Philosophiae 3 (1994): 87-90.
      Geoffrey Chaucer: Building the Fragments of the ‘Canterbury Tales’, by Jerome Mandel, Anglia 113 (1995): 251-54.
      The Matter of Scotland: Historical Narrative in Medieval Scotland, by R.J. Goldstein, Arthuriana 4.3 (1994): 285-88.
      Chaucer and Medieval Preaching: Rhetoric for Listeners in Sermons and Poetry, by Sabine Volk-Birke, Anglia 112 (1994): 203-06.
      Politik und Liebe in der Literatur des englischen Spätmittelalters am Beispiel von Thomas Malorys Morte Darthur, by Christoph Houswitschka, Arthuriana 4.2 (1995): 202-04.
      John Gower's Poetic: the Search for a New Arion, by R.F. Yeager, Anglia 111 (1993): 212-16.
      “Wer fremde Sprachen nicht kennt...” - Das Bild des Menschen in Europas Sprachen, by Mario Wandruszka, Fremdsprachenunterricht 45.7 (Oct. 1992): 414.
      The Squire's Tale, Vol. 2, pt. 12, of A Variorum Edition of the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, ed. D.C. Baker, Studies in the Age of Chaucer, 14 (1991): 162-65 (with Karl Heinz Göller).
      "Sage als Sozialkritik.” Der Schmied von Mitterteich: Eine Epische Dichtung in Zwanzig Gesängen, by Matthias Schmidtler, ed. Manfred Knedlik, Literatur in Bayern, 23 (1991): 55.