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Publications

A. MONOGRAPH

Allegorical Quests from Deguileville to Spenser (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2012).

B. EDITED VOLUMES

I. Ed., with Jonathan Morton, and the assistance of John Marenbon, The Roman de la Rose and Thirteenth-Century Thought. Under contract with Cambridge University Press (Publication in 2019).

II. Ed., with Stephanie A. V. G. Kamath, The ‘Pèlerinage’-Allegories of Guillaume de Deguileville: Tradition, Authority and Influence (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2013).

III. Ed. special journal issue of Arthuriana 20/2, on ‘The Alliterative Morte Arthure in Context’ (April 2010).

IV. Ed., with Mary Carr and Kenneth P. Clarke, On Allegory: Some Medieval Aspects and Approaches (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008).

C. ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

1. ‘Allegory, Hermeneutics, and Textuality: The French Lineage of Langland’s Revisionary Poetics’, Yearbook of Langland Studies 30 (2016), 183-206.

2. ‘Writing the ‘hoole book’ of King Arthur: the inscription of textual subjectivity in Malory’s Morte Darthur’, Modern Philology 113/4 (2016), 460–81.

3. ‘From disputatio to predicatio – and back again: Dialectic, Authority and Epistemology between the Roman de la Rose and the Pèlerinage de Vie Humaine’, New Medieval Literatures 16 (2015), 135–71.

4. ‘The Place of Emotion: Space, Silence and Interiority in the Stanzaic Morte Arthure’, Arthurian Literature 32 (2015), 31–58.

5. ‘The Sege of Melayne and the Siege of Jerusalem: National Identity, Beleaguered Christendom, and Holy War during the Great Papal Schism.’ Chaucer Review 49/4 (2015), 402–26.

6. ‘The Quest for Knighthood in the Waning Middle Ages: the Wanderings of Olivier de la Marche and René d’Anjou’, Fifteenth Century Studies 36 (2011), 137-67.

7. ‘The Chivalric Imagination in the Elizabethan Age’, Literature Compass 8 (2011), 302-15.

8. ‘Paradigm, Intertext or Allegorical Reminiscence: Guillaume de Deguileville and the Gawain-Poet’, Medium Aevum 80/1 (2011), 18-40.

9. ‘Catholic Loyalism, Counsel and Careerism: Lewes Lewkenor’s Quest for Favour’, Renaissance Studies 24/4 (2010), 536-558.

10. ‘Conquest, Crusade and Pilgrimage: the Alliterative Morte Arthure in its late Ricardian Crusading Context’ Arthuriana 20/2 (2010), 89-116. [Awarded the James Randall Leader Prize for ‘Outstanding Arthurian Article in 2010’.]

11. ‘Francis Drake: Merchant, Knight and Pilgrim’, Renaissance Studies 23/1 (2009), 53-70.

12. ‘The Inward Crusade: the Apocalypse of the Queste del Saint Graal’. Neophilologus 92/1 (2008), 1-17.

D. ARTICLES IN COLLECTIONS (PEER-REVIEWED)

13. With Jonathan Morton, ‘Introduction’, in The Roman de la Rose and Thirteenth-Century Thought, ed. Marco Nievergelt and Jonathan Morton, with John Marenbon. Under contract with Cambridge University Press. (Publication in 2019).

14. ‘Impropriety, Imposition, and Equivocation: Language and Signification in Jean de Meun’s Roman de la Rose and Thirteenth-century Grammar and Logic’, in The Roman de la Rose and Thirteenth-Century Thought, ed. Marco Nievergelt and Jonathan Morton, with John Marenbon. Under contract with Cambridge University Press. (Publication in 2019).

15. ‘L’ombre de Faux Semblant: fiction, vérité, et tromperie dans la poésie du xivème siècle (France, Angleterre, Italie)’, in L’Homme Comme Animal Politique et Parlant au Moyen Âge, ed. Gianluca Briguglia et Sonia Gentili (Publications de l’École Française de Rome). In press, forthcoming 2018.

16. ‘Giving Freely in Sir Cleges: The Economy of Salvation and the Gift of Romance’. Invited contribution for Re-viewing Romance: A volume in Honour of Helen Cooper, ed. Megan Leitch, Elizabeth Archibald and Corinne Saunders (Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer). In Press, forthcoming 2018.

17. ‘Textuality as Sexuality: The Generative Poetics of the Roman de la Rose’, in Elisabeth Dutton and Martin Rhode (eds.), Medieval Theories of the Creative Act (Fribourg: Presses Universitaires de Fribourg, 2017).

18. ‘Can Thought Experiments Backfire? Avicenna’s Flying Man, Intellectual Cognition and the Experience of Allegory in Deguileville’s Pèlerinage de Vie Humaine’ In Philip Knox, Jonathan Morton and Daniel Reeve (eds.), Thought Experiments and Hypothesis in Medieval Europe, 1100–1400 (Turnhout: Brepols). In Press, forthcoming 2018.

19. ‘The Failures of Allegory or the Allegory of Failure: Space, Time and Subjectivity in Narrative Allegory, ca. 1230–1600’. Invited contribution for a volume on Allegory Studies? ed. Vladimir Brljak (London: Chatto and Pickering, 2016), In Press, forthcoming 2018.

20. ‘Invisible Itineraries: The textual wanderings of Guillaume Deguileville’s Pèlerinage de Vie Humaine in Sixteenth-Century England and Europe’. Article commissioned for the volume Mittelalterliche Textualität als Retextualisierung: Das Textcorpus de “Pèlerinage de la vie humaine” im europäischen Mittelalter des 14. bis 16. Jahrhunderts, ed. Ursula Peters und Andreas Kablitz (Winter Verlag, 2014), pp. 721-46.

21. ‘Introduction’ , in The ‘Pèlerinage’-Allegories of Guillaume de Deguileville: Authority, Tradition and Influence, ed. Stephanie Kamath and Marco Nievergelt (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2013), pp. 1-23.

22. ‘Entre paysage allégorique et allégorie du paysage: locus amoenus, exil pastoral et terre inculte dans l’oeuvre de Edmund Spenser’. In Le Paysage allégorique entre image mentale et pays transfiguré, ed. Christophe Imbert et Philippe Maupeu, (Presses Universitaires de Rennes 2012).

23. ‘René d’Anjou et l’idéal chevaleresque’, in René d’Anjou, Ecrivain et Mécène, ed. Florence Bouchet (Turnhout: Brepols 2011), pp. 239-53.

E. SHORTER NOTICES AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT PIECES

24. ‘Legend of the Sword: A Film Obsessed with Effect rather than Substance’, The Conversation, May 2017,

25. ‘Charlemagne: Creating the Myth’, HistoryExtra, with BBC History Magazine Online, March 2017, n.p.

26. ‘Allegory’. Commissioned article entry for the Blackwell Encyclopaedia of British Medieval Literature, ed. Robert Rouse and Sian Echard (Oxford: Blackwell, 2017). (ca. 5000-words)

27. Critical Introduction to ‘Lewes Lewkenor: The Resolved Gentleman (1594 – STC 15139)’; Early English Books Online, Critical Introductions Project. Published Online September 2008, EEBO. (ca. 4000 words)

28. Critical Introduction to ‘Stephen Bateman: The Travayled Pylgrime (1569 – STC 1585)’; Early English Books Online, Critical Introductions Project. Published Online September 2008, EEBO. (ca. 4000 words)