20 April, 2011


·      Fragments for a History of a Vanishing Humanism, ed. M. Seaman and E.A. Joy, Speculum (invited).
·      Medieval Science Fiction, ed. C. Kears and J. Paz, The Mediaeval Journal (invited).
·      Medievalism, Politics and Mass Media: Appropriating the Middle Ages in the Twenty-First Century, by Andrew B. R. Elliot, The Medieval Review (2018).
·     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 93/2 (2018): 470-71.
·      Medieval Comics and the American Century, by C. Bishop, Arthuriana 27/2 (2017): 102-3.
·      Earth, by Jerome Jeffrey Cohen and Linda T. Elkins-Tanton, Medievally Speaking (2017).
·      The Medieval Magazine, Vol. 2 No. 25 (Sept. 20, 2016),  8 Years of, Medievally Speaking
·      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.