Medieval Studies Research Blog Archives

Portrait of Christine de Pizan writing, British Library, Harley MS 4431 f.4r.

BLOG ARTICLES

Ahmad, Joseph.Letter? I ‘ardly know ‘er: The unknown language (and letters) of Hildegard von Bingen.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (October 1, 2015).

Boulanger, Jennifer. Women Reading Silence in a Time of Social Fracture.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (October 12, 2018).

Coen, Jake.Syncretism in the Hêliand.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (November 8, 2019).

—. “The Lay of Ludwig.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (August 24, 2018).

Cole, Richard.Make Ásgarðr Great Again!Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (January 20, 2017).

Conlan, John. “How James Joyce used the Middle Ages to have a Good Laugh at History.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (September 9, 2020).

Coogan, Jeremiah. The Material Gospel Conference: A Brief Overview.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (June 12, 2019).

—. “Working Groups in Progress (2018-2019): Jewish and Christian Books in the First Millennium CE.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 19, 2019).

Cotton, James. The Christ Knight.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (May 28, 2015).

Eddy, Nicole.Illustrating the Gawain Manuscript: New Scientific Evidence!Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (Oct 29, 2015).

—.”The Pearl in the Dragon’s Belly.Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (June 4 , 2015).

—. “St. Christopher’s Surprising Pedigree.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (April 16, 2015).

—. “St. Patrick’s Excellent Adventure.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (March 19, 2015).

—. “Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! (Watch Out for Snakes).” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (March 12, 2015).

—. “Welcome to Medieval Manuscript Studies!Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (December 30, 2014).

Ensley, Mimi.Reading Chaucer in the Tower.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (July 9, 2015).

—. “Prison Break: The Permeable Prison Spaces of Chaucer’s Poetry.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. University of Notre Dame (July 2, 2015)

Fahey, Richard.White Wizard Male Privilege: Gendered Witchcraft and Racialized Magic.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 17, 2021).

—. “Misappropriating the Medieval: How Ignorant Nationalists Reify Whiteness.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 5, 2021).

—. “Marauders in the US Capitol: Alt-Right Viking Wannabes & Weaponized Medievalism.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 15, 2021).

—. “Yuletide Monsters: Christmas Hauntings in Medieval Literature and Modern Popular Culture.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 25, 2020).

—. “Magical Thinking: Plague, Pandemic & Unconventional Cures from the Black Death to Covid-19.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 21, 2020).

—. “Internet Trolls: Monsters Haunting the World Wide Web.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 20, 2020).

—. “Medieval Trolls: Monsters from Scandinavian Myth and Legend.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 20, 2020).

—. “Translating Exeter Book Riddles.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 17, 2020).

—. “Encoded References in Exeter Book Bird-Riddles.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 6, 2019).

—. Game of Thrones: The Overthrow of the Patriarchy in Westeros?” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 8, 2019).

—. “The Lay of Sigemund.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 22, 2019).

—. “Dragonomics: Smaug and Climate Change.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 22, 2019).

—. “Feond Mancynnes: The Enemy of the People.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 31, 2018).

—. “The Return of Grendelkin.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 9, 2018).

—. “Mearcstapan: Monsters Across the Border.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 20, 2018).

—. “Zombies of the Frozen North: White Walkers and Old Norse Revenants.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 5, 2018).

—. “Ivory in the Rust: Reading the Old English Ruin in South Bend.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 20, 2017).

—. “Skin-changers: Werewolves in the Medieval and Modern Imagination.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 31, 2017).

—. “Monstrous Ethiopians? Racial Attitudes and Exoticism in the Old English Wonders of the East.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 15, 2017).

—. “Grendelkin.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 31, 2017).

—. “Reading Runes in the Exeter Book Riddles.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 17, 2017).

—. “Deor’s Dark Elegies.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 3, 2017).

—. “Resurrecting the Phoenix.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 23, 2015).

—. “Woden: Allfather of the English.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 2, 2015).

—. “Woden and Oðinn: Mythic Figures of the North.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 26, 2015).

—. “Bobbing for Answers.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 26, 2015).

Fahs, Maria.Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in Medieval Bestiaries.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 19, 2015)

Frenze, Maj-Britt. Reading the Z-text of Piers Plowman.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 31, 2016).

—. “Translating the Wanderer.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 18, 2016).

Fuller, Karrie. Medieval Chicago is Getting its Own Site!Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 4, 2020).

—. “The Choose Your Own Adventure Project: A Creative Assignment for the Literature (or Humanities) Classroom.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 27, 2020).

—. “The Inquisitor’s Tale by Adam Gidwitz, A (Medievalist’s) Reader Response.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 20, 2019).

—. “Medieval Chicago–In Gothic City: The Old Water Tower and Pumping Station, Part 2.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 25, 2019).

—. “Medieval Chicago–In Gothic City: The Old Water Tower and Pumping Station, Part 1.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 14, 2018).

—. “Medieval Chicago – An Introduction to the Series.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 23, 2018).

—. “Sample Blog Post Assignment #2.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 27, 2018).

—. “Sample Blog Post Assignment #1.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 27, 2018).

—. “Blog Posts in the Graduate Classroom: Part 2, Pragmatic Considerations.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 26, 2018).

—. “Blog Posts in the Graduate Classroom: Part 1, The Rationale.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 19, 2018).

—. “Blog Posts: A New Pedagogical Tool for Teaching Notre Dame Undergraduates.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 3, 2017).

—. “The Book of Sir John Mandeville and William Langland’s Piers Plowman: An Unlikely Pair?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 22, 2017).

—. “The Art of Imprecise, Imperfect Interpretation: Using the Manuscript Annotations of Piers Plowman as Evidence for the History of Reading.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 29, 2017).

Gallucci, Mary Helen. “St. Catherine in Books of Hours: Medieval Selfies?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 5, 2015).

Hall, Megan. Could Women Read?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 14, 2021).

—. “Buried Alive?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 23, 2015).

Hanks, Rachel.Gawain’s Lying Laughter.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 25, 2016).

Harper, Demetrios. “Moral Self-determination and the Byzantine Christian Tradition.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 8, 2019).

Heil, Michael W.From Bobbio to South Bend via Milan: The Modern Fate of an Early Medieval Library.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 3, 2020).

Herdman, Kristen. Reading Between (and Around) the Lines: An Introduction to Glosses and Commentaries.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 17, 2015).

Hostetter, Aaron. Re-Locating the Voice of the Sad Shield in Exeter Book Riddle 5.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 31, 2021).

Housley, Marjorie. Holes and Holiness in Medieval Manuscripts.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 8, 2015).

Jansen, Garrett.Teaching Latin with English.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 7, 2018).

Jones, Claire. Poetic form and the matter of the Virgin.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 14, 2018).

Kenney, Honora.The Temptation and the Agony in Swete Susan’s Five-Stanza Garden.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 10, 2016).

Kilker, Mae.Broken Water Law? Put Some Icelandic on It.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 17, 2017).

—. “‘Þæs ofereode, þisses swa mæg:’ Finishing a Medievalist Dissertation under the New Graduate School Paradigm.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 14, 2017).

Klein, Andrew.Religion and Pluralism in the Medieval Mediterranean: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Middle Ages.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 22, 2019).

—. “Working in the Archives – Manuscript Research at the Khizana al-Hasaniyya, Rabat.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 7, 2017).

—. “The World is not Flat; It Is Interdisciplinary.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 17, 2017).

—. “Research at the Bibliothèque Nationale du Royaume du Maroc.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 24, 2017).

—. “Owls: Always a Hoot?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 17, 2016).

—. “A Matter of Faith: Religion in North Africa at the end of Late Antiquity (Part 1).” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 13, 2015).

—. “The Unfinished Book and Medieval Updating.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (June 11, 2015).

—. “What’s in a line?: Harley’s Horn and the significance of mise-en-page, Part 2.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 14, 2015).

—. “What’s in a Line?: Harley’s Horn and the significance of mise-en-page, Part 1.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 7, 2015).

—. “National Vine-Pruning Month.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 22, 2015).

Lake, Angela.Super P[ow]iers.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (June 25, 2015).

—. “Medieval Elephants and Middle Earth Oliphaunts.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 15, 2015).

MacDonald, Leanne.Walking at Night: Scribal Variants, Poverty, and Prostitution in a Piers Plowman Manuscript.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 16, 2015).

—. “Poetic Translation and The Wife’s Lament.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 21, 2015).

Machulak, Erica. Doctors Have Always Gotten a Bad Rap.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 21, 2017).

Mahan, Emily. “‘And the eyes of them both were opened’: The Moment of Knowing in an Anglo-Saxon Bible.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 19, 2018).

Maloney, Kara Larson.Ydw, dwi’n siarad cymraeg (Yes, I do speak Welsh), or why I do what I do.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 17, 2019).

McKenny, Mihow. Ambrosiana MS B44 Inferiore and an Easter Homily of Maximus of Turin.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 8, 2021)

McLemore, Emily.Grendel’s Mother Eats Man, Woman Inherits the Epic: Why Women Should Continue Teaching Beowulf.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 28, 2021).

—. “Thinking Sex, Teaching Violence, and The Book of Margery Kempe.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 3, 2021).

—. “Teaching Consent: More Lessons from the Wife of Bath.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 18, 2020).

—. “Medieval Sexuality, Medical Misogyny, and the Makings of the Modern Witch.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 30, 2020).

—. “What the Wife of Bath Still Has to Teach Us.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 18, 2017).

Narayanan, Tirumular (Drew). “Frazetta’s “Death Dealer” and the Question of White Nationalist Iconography at Fort Hood.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 3, 2020).

Natarajan, Ambika.Sex and Marriage between Christians and Muslims during the Crusades.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 7, 2020).

Nelson, Amy.Working in the Archives – Navigating Archival Research in Central Europe.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 27, 2017).

Oswald, Katherine.Mapping the Legend of Bernardo del Carpio.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 1, 2017).

Pierce, Ingrid.Sounds of Medieval London.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 28, 2015).

Quigley, Logan. “Medieval Wanderlust and Virtual Wayfinding.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 16, 2018).

Reid, Heather A.A Previously Unknown Early Netherlandish Genre Panel Painting—Pieter Bruegel the Elder?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 22, 2019).

Riedl, Andrea.Arguing against the Greeks: The Dominican Tractatus contra Graecos of 1252.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 23, 2018).

Riyeff, Jacob, & Richard Fahey. Beginning with AlmsgivingMedieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 30, 2015).

Roders, Dana.Interpreting Impairment in MS. Douce 104 Piers Plowman.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (June 18, 2015).

Rostad, Sam.Pythoness – No, not a big female snake.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 20, 2017).

Sapp, Jonathan. “Lordship, Violence, and other Shenanigans in the Morgan Picture Bible.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 1, 2017).

Sapp, Sean.Making Sense of Supplications in the Late Middle Ages.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 13, 2019).

—. “Confessional Life in the Late Middle Ages by the Numbers.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 15, 2019).

—. “Working in the Archives – The Vatican Secret Archives.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 30, 2018)

—. “Noble Ambition: Requesting a New Confessor in the Late Middle Ages.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 8, 2018).

—. “Practicality over Politics: Jean Gerson and the Dukes of Burgundy.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 3, 2018)

—. “Working in the Archives – The Rijksarchief te Gent.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 10, 2017).

—. “Working in the Archives – Comments on Les Archives départementales du Nord.” (September 29, 2017).

—. “What’s in a name?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 27, 2017)

—. “The Froissart Harley: Caricature on the Margins?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 12, 2015).

Schieberle, Misty. “Finding Hoccleve: Part 2.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 13, 2019).

—. “Finding Hoccleve: Part 1.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 30, 2019).

Schepers, Jacob.Richard II’s P.R. Disaster: Depictions and Characterizations of the King.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 20, 2015).

Simsir, Husamettin.The “Sinful” Soldiers of the Early Ottoman Military Structure: οι ἁμαρτωλόι.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 13, 2017).

—. “’To Hell or Heaven with the Greeks’: Common Apocalyptic Beliefs Between the Turks and the Greeks in the Late Middle Ages.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 13, 2017).

—. “Varangian Guards and Their Traces in Istanbul: Runic Inscriptions in Hagia Sophia.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 13, 2017).

Smith, Caitlin.Read to Yourself, Please: Oral and Silent Medieval Reading Practices.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 29, 2015).

Stevenson, Cait.The Bible, or Reading the Bible? The Authority of Lay Religious Teachers in Fifteenth-Century GermanyMedieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 21, 2021).

—. “The Book of Margery Kempe and Its Vision.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 26, 2021).

—. “Is It Secret; Is It Safe?: Lessons from Margery Kempe.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 12, 2021).

—. “Elisabeth Achler, Patron Saint of Crazy Cat Ladies.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 4, 2020).

—. “The Necromancer, the Inquisitor, and the Hunt for Buried Treasure in the Late Middle Ages.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 16, 2020).

—. “Christine Ebner and the Engelthal Sister-Book: Some English Translations.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 6, 2020).

—. “Margaret Ebner on Twitter: Medieval Sanctity and Twenty-First Century Social Media.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 4, 2019).

—. “Alcohol and Alcoholism in the Middle Ages (Part 2).” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 23, 2019).

—. “Alcohol and Alcoholism in the Middle Ages (Part 1).” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 17, 2019 ).

—. “Finding a Voice for Lay Sisters in a Monastic Community.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 1, 2019).

—. “Katharina Tucher Uses the Bible (Part 2).” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 13, 2018).

—. “Katharina Tucher Uses the Bible (Part 1).” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 9, 2018).

—. “Elisabeth Achler von Reute, II: An Unexpected Failure or Success?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 24, 2018).

—. “Elisabeth Achler von Reute, I: The Expected Saint.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 21, 2018).

Sullo, Nicole Paxton.Theodore Metochites’s ‘Lament on Human Life,’ A Later Byzantine Perspective on the Anxiety of ‘Instability.'” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 24, 2020).

T., R. ““Rome Under Heaven:” The Place of the Roman Empire in Accord with the Chinese Concept of “Tianxia.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 14, 2020).

Taylor, Patricia. ‘The Helen of Wales’: Nest Ferch Rhys ap Tewdwr, a Shaper of History (Part 2).Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 7, 2018).

—. “‘The Helen of Wales’: Nest Ferch Rhys ap Tewdwr, a Shaper of History (Part 1).” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 31, 2018).

Theuerkauf, Marie-Luise. Riddles, Reindeer, and Irish Prostitutes, Part 2.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 29, 2019).

—. “Riddles, Reindeer, and Irish Prostitutes, Part 1.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 9, 2019).

Wageman, Jane. Reading Sir Gawain in the Digital Age.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March3, 2016).

Wright, Joshua.Having a Fit about Fitts: The Manuscript Structure of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 4, 2018).

Zdansky, Hannah.Delving into the Deep: Bernardian Echoes in Catherine of Siena’s Theology, Part 2.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 8, 2019).

—. “Delving into the Deep: Bernardian Echoes in Catherine of Siena’s Theology, Part 1.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 1, 2019).

—. “Grotesque Ghosts and Moral Reproof in Middle English Literature: The Awntyrs off Arthure at the Terne Wathelyn.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 29, 2018)

—. “Love and Commitments in Early Medieval Ireland: The Account of Líadain and Cuirithir.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 22, 2018).

—. “Guy of Warwick the Anglo-Norman Guthlac?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 12, 2018).

—. “‘Of hiest God, Asneth, blessed thu be’: Female Readers and The Storie of Asneth.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 28, 2018).

Zhang, Xiaoyi.Chaucer and Boccaccio: Anxiety of Influence?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 6, 2017).

Portrait of Mark writing, 12th Century Byzantine codex, Glasgow University Library, Special Collections, MS Hunter 475 (V.7.2), f.110v.

MEDIEVAL POETRY PROJECT MULTIMEDIA TRANSLATIONS

Coen, Jake.Hêliand 56.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 8, 2019).

—. “Ludwigslied.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 24, 2018).

Fahey, Richard. “Exeter Book Riddle 7, Riddle 8, Riddle 9 & Riddle 10Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 17, 2020).

—. “The Sigemund-episode in Beowulf.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 22, 2019).

—. “The Ruin.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 20, 2017).

—, & ed. Tom Fahey. “Deor.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 3, 2017).

—. “The Phoenix-opening.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 23, 2015).

Frenze, Maj-Britt. “The Wanderer.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (February 18, 2016).

Hostetter, Aaron.Exeter Book Riddle 5.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (March 31, 2021).

Jones, Claire.Ave virginalis forma.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 14, 2018).

MacDonald, Leanne. The Wife’s Lament.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (May 21, 2015).

Riyeff, Jacob.Almsgiving.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (April 30, 2015).

MEDIEVAL HOMILY PROJECT MULTIMEDIA TRANSLATIONS

McKenny, Mihow. Easter Homily of Maximus of Turin.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (January 8, 2021).

Portrait of Bede writing, from a 12th-century copy of his Life of St. Cuthbert, British Library, Yates Thompson MS 26, f.2r.

UNDERGRADUATE WEDNESDAY BLOG SERIES

Undergrad Wednesdays – Featured Essays.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 15, 2018).

Ballard, Ashtin.Emily’s Modes of Expression in the “Knight’s Tale:” A Precursor to the #MeToo Movement.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 29, 2018).

Beach, Dalanie & ed. Abbie Spica. “Transcribing Medieval Art: A Collaboration.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 22, 2018).

Benson, Colleen. “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: The Opening Passage.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 18, 2018).

Bergdolt, Carolyn. The Edge of the Woods and Shifting Identities in Sir Orfeo and The Lord of the Rings.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 26, 2018).

Bird, Angela.Gawain lines 1150-1177: Mirrored Pursuits.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 18, 2018).

Bugos, Shannon.War and Tests of Will.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 18, 2018).

Cameron, Andrew. “Arcane Incantations and Technobabble: The Exploitation of Exclusive Language in The Canterbury Tales and the Modern Day.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 28, 2018).

de la Rosa, Mercedes. “A Lovely Lady?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 18, 2018).

DeMaio, James. “Food for Thought: The Alt-Right and the ‘Prioress’s Tale’.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 12, 2018).

Dieckman, Sarah. “Examining The Violence and Victory in Sir Gawain and The Green Knight.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 25, 2018).

Doherty, Michael. “Fart Jokes: ‘The Summoner’s Tale’ and the Timelessness of Crass Humor.Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 19, 2018).

Dool, Kelsey. “Manic Pixie Dream Grisilde: Was Geoffrey Chaucer a Medieval Cameron Crowe?Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 21, 2018).

Doyle, Claire. “The Refugee Tales: A Modern Canterbury Tales Gives Voice to the Silenced.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 6, 2018).

Duffey, Michael. “Momentum and Power Swing in the Confrontation.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 1, 2018).

Dunleavy, Connor. “Emily as Subject of Foucauldian Prison Discourse in ‘The Knight’s Tale’.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 10, 2018).

Florig, Mark.How to be a Good Anglo-Saxon King, according to King Alfred.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 3, 2018).

Henrichs, Mary Elsa. “Two Shrews: “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” as an Inversion of The Taming of the Shrew.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 19, 2018).

Kaiser, Tess.Chaucer’s EnvoyGone Girl, and Pseudo-feminism.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (November 14, 2018).

Kennedy, Elizabeth. “Visceral Moments in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 1, 2018).

Kollitz, Meggie. “Islamaphobic Rhetoric in Chaucer: Not Just ‘A Thing of the Past’.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (September 19, 2018).

Lim, Angela.Do It For the Tales: The Prioress and Self-Construction.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 19, 2018).

Matthias, Nicole. “What is Love?: Or; Chaucer as Related to Modern Views of Love in Literature.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (October 17, 2018).

McCarthy, Claire. “Feeling the “Burne” of Bertilak in Sir Gawain.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 1, 2018).

McMahon, Matthew. “‘He get us…’: A Revelatory Instance of Wordplay in PearlMedieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (August 1, 2018).

Miggins, Elizabeth. “Missing the ‘Spot’: Borroff’s Oversights in the First Stanza in Pearl.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (July 25, 2018).

Murphy, Molly. “Medieval Summoners and Modern Business Ethics.” Medieval Studies Research Blog. Medieval Institute: University of Notre Dame (December 19, 2018).

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