Studies in the Age of Chaucer

Studies in the Age of Chaucer, the yearbook of the New Chaucer Society, publishes articles on the writing of Chaucer and his contemporaries, their antecedents and successors, and their intellectual and social contexts. More generally, articles explore the culture and writing of later medieval Britain (1200-1500). SAC also includes an annotated bibliography and reviews of Chaucer-related publications.

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  • Volume 35 (2013)

    THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    Carolyn Dinshaw
    All Kinds of Time

    THE BIENNIAL CHAUCER LECTURE

    Anne Middleton
    Loose Talk from Langland to Chaucer

    ARTICLES

    Robert J. Meyer-Lee
    Abandon the Fragments

    Jamie C. Fumo
    The Pestilential Gaze: From Epidemiology to Erotomania in The Knight’s Tale

    Sylvia Federico
    Two Troy Books: The Political Classicism of Walsingham’s Ditis ditatus and Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde

    Marilynn R. Desmond
    The Translatio of Memory and Desire in The Legend of Good Women: Chaucer and the Vernacular Heroides

    David K. Coley
    Pearl and the Narrative of Pestilence

    Lawrence Warner
    Mary, Unmindful of Her Knight: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the Traditions of Sexual Hospitality

    Elliot Kendall
    Family, Familia, and the Uncanny in Sir Orfeo

    S. H. Rigby
    Worthy but Wise?: Virtuous and Non-Virtuous Forms of Courage in the Later Middle Ages

    REVIEWS

    Mark Allen and John H. Fisher, eds., A Variorum Edition of the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Volume II. The Canterbury Tales: The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale. Parts 5a and b (Simon Horobin)

    Anthony Bale, trans., Sir John Mandeville: The Book of Marvels and Travels; Iain Macleod Higgins, ed. and trans., The Book of John Mandeville with Related Texts  (Kim M. Phillips)

    Lawrence Besserman, Biblical Paradigms in Medieval English Literature: From Cædmon to Malory (William Marx)

    Paul Binski and Patrick Zutshi, Western Illuminated Manuscripts: A Catalogue of the Collection in Cambridge University Library (Jessica Brantley)

    Heather Blurton and Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, eds., Rethinking the “South English Legendaries” (John Scahill)

    Guillemette Bolens and Lukas Erne, eds., Medieval and Early Modern Authorship; Author, Reader,  Stephen Partridge and Erik Kwakkel , eds., Book: Medieval Authorship in Theory and Practice (Robert J. Meyer-Lee)

    Mishtooni Bose and J. Patrick Hornbeck II, eds., Wycliffite Controversies (Karen A. Winstead)

    John M. Bowers, An Introduction to the “Gawain” Poet (Rob Ellis)

    David K. Coley, The Wheel of Language: Representing Speech in Middle English Poetry, 1377–1422 (Nicholas Perkins)

    Alexandra Gillespie and Daniel Wakelin, eds., The Production of Books in England 1350–1500 (Marianne O’Doherty)

    Antony J. Hasler, Court Poetry in Late Medieval England and Scotland: Allegories of Authority (Rhiannon Purdie)

    Linda Tarte Holley, Reason and Imagination in Chaucer, the Perle-Poet, and the Cloud-Author: Seeing from the Centre (Eleanor Johnson)

    Cathy Hume, Chaucer and the Cultures of Love and Marriage (Emma Lipton)

    Stephanie A. Viereck Gibbs Kamath, Authorship and First-Person Allegory in Late Medieval France and England by Stephanie A. Viereck Gibbs Kamath (Lisa H. Cooper)

    Liz Herbert McAvoy and Diane Watt, eds., The History of British Women’s Writing, Volume 1: 700–1500 (Catherine Innes-Parker)

    Catherine Nall, Reading and War in Fifteenth-Century England: From Lydgate to Malory (Andrew Lynch)

    Nicholas Paul and Suzanne Yeager, eds., Remembering the Crusades: Myth, Image, and Identity (Anthony Bale)

    Sif Rikhardsdottir, Medieval Translations and Cultural Discourse: The Movement of Texts in England, France and Scandinavia (Geraldine Barnes)

    David Rollo, Kiss My Relics: Hermaphroditic Fictions of the Middle Ages (Jessica Rosenfeld)

    Kenneth Rooney, Mortality and Imagination: The Life of the Dead in Medieval English Literature (Amy Appleford)

    Corinne Saunders, ed., A Companion to Medieval Poetry (Sarah Tolmie)

    Nicole D. Smith, Sartorial Strategies: Outfitting Aristocrats and Fashioning Conduct in Late Medieval Literature (Sarah-Grace Helle)

    Lynn Staley, The Island Garden: England’s Language of Nation from Gildas to Marvell (Sebastian Sobeck)

    Paul Strohm, Conscience: A Very Short Introduction (Kathy Lavezzo)

    Stephanie Trigg, Shame and Honor: A Vulgar History of the Order of the Garter (Bonnie Wheeler)

     Sarah Wood, Conscience and the Composition of “Piers Plowman” (Stephen Yeager)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2012

    Stephanie Amsel, Mark Allen
    Classifications
    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works
    Periodical Abbreviations
    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations
    Author Index -- Bibliography 

    PROGRAM, EIGHTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

    INDEX

  • Volume 34 (2012)

    ARTICLES

    Carolynn Van Dyke
    Names of the Beasts: Tracking the Animot in Medieval Texts

    Isabel Davis
    Calling: Langland, Gower, and Chaucer on Saint Paul

    Wan-Chuan Kao
    Conduct Shameful and Unshameful in The Franklin’s Tale

    Roger A. Ladd
    Selling Alys: Reading (with) the Wife of Bath

    Martin Camargo
    Chaucer and the Oxford Renaissance of Anglo-Latin Rhetoric

    Jonathan Stavsky
    John Lydgate Reads The Clerk’s Tale

    Nicola McDonald
    Desire Out of Order and Undo Your Door

    Robyn Malo
    Penitential Discourse in Hoccleve’s Series

    COLLOQUIUM: ANIMALIA

    Gillian Rudd, Introduction

    Lisa J. Kiser, The Animals That Therefore They Were: Some Chaucerian Animal/Human Relationships

    Susan Crane, Cat, Capon, and Pig in The Summoner’s Tale

    Gillian Rudd, “rather be used / than be eaten”?: Harry Bailly’s Animals and The Nun’s Priest’s Tale

    David Scott-Macnab, The Animals of the Hunt and the Limits of Chaucer’s Sympathies

    David Salter, “We stryve as dide the houndes for the boon”: Animals and Chaucer’s Romance Vision

    Karl Steel, Ridiculous Mourning: Dead Pets and Lost Humans

    Jeffrey J. Cohen, The Werewolf’s Indifference

    Responses

    REVIEWS

    David Aers, Salvation and Sin: Augustine, Langland, and Fourteenth-Century Theology (Richard Newhauser)

    Anthony Bale, Feeling Persecuted: Christians, Jews and Images of Violence in the Middle Ages (Martin B. Shichtman)

    Bettina Bildhauer, Filming the Middle Ages (Stephanie Trigg)

    Peter Brown, Geoffrey Chaucer (Alcuin Blamires)

    John A. Burrow and Hoyt N. Duggan, eds., Medieval Alliterative Poetry: Essays in Honour of Thorlac Turville-Petre (Lawrence Warner)

    Kirsty Campbell, The Call to Read: Reginald Pecock’s Books and Textual Communities (Sarah James)

    David R. Carlson, ed., John Gower: Poems on Contemporary Events: The Visio Anglie (1381) and Cronica tripertita, trans. A. G. Rigg; Elisabeth Dutton, John Hines, and R. F. Yeager, eds., John Gower, Trilingual Poet: Language, Translation, and Tradition (Ad Putter)

    Kathy Cawsey, Twentieth-Century Chaucer Criticism: Reading Audiences (Carolyn P. Collette)

    K. P. Clarke, Chaucer and Italian Textuality (Karla Taylor)

    Lisa H. Cooper, Artisans and Narrative Craft in Late Medieval England (Jonathan Hsy)

    Rita Copeland and Peter t. Struck, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Allegory (Katharine Breen)

    Kate Crassons, The Claims of Poverty: Literature, Culture, and Ideology in Late Medieval England (Sarah A. Kelen)

    Hoyt N. Duggan et al., The Piers Plowman Electronic Archive (Stephen A. Barney)

    George Edmondson, The Neighboring Text: Chaucer, Boccaccio, Henryson (Sarah Stanbury)

    Robert Epstein and William Robins, eds., Sacred and Profane in Chaucer and Late Medieval Literature: Essays in Honour of John V. Fleming (E. A. Jones)

    Jamie Fumo, The Legacy of Apollo: Antiquity, Authority, and Chaucerian Poetics (Winthrop Wetherbee)

    Shannon Gayk, Image, Text, and Religious Reform in Fifteenth-Century England (Marlene Villalobos Hennessy)

    Robert Hanning, Serious Play: Desire and Authority in the Poetry of Ovid, Chaucer, and Ariosto (Gregory Heyworth)

    Miriamne Ara Krummel, Crafting Jewishness in Medieval England: Legally Absent, Virtually Present (Lawrence Besserman)

    Colette Moore, Quoting Speech in Early English (Lucy Perry)

    Susan Powell, ed., John Mirk’s “Festial”: Edited from British Library MS Cotton Claudius A.II (Bella Millett)

    Margaret Rogerson, ed., The York Mystery Plays: Performance in the City (John J. McGavin)

    Jessica Rosenfeld, Ethics and Enjoyment in Late Medieval Poetry: Love After Aristotle (Sarah Kay)

    James Simpson, Under the Hammer: Iconoclasm in the Anglo-American Tradition (Kathleen Davis)

    Karen Elaine Smyth, Imaginings of Time in Lydgate and Hoccleve’s Verse (Jenni Nuttall)

    Theresa Tinkle, Gender and Power in Medieval Exegesis (Jennifer L. Sisk)

    David Wallace, Strong Women: Life, Text, and Territory, 1347–1645 (Karma Lochrie)

    Lawrence Warner, The Lost History of “Piers Plowman” (Traugott Lawler)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2010 

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers
    Classifications
    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works
    Periodical Abbreviations
    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    INDEX

  • Volume 33 (2011)

    THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    Richard Firth Green
    Griselda in Siena

    THE BIENNIAL CHAUCER LECTURE

    L. O. Aranye Fradenburg
    Living Chaucer

    ARTICLES

    Andrew Galloway
    The Account Book and the Treasure: Gilbert Maghfeld's Textual Economy and the Poetics of Mercantile Accounting in Ricardian Literature

    Sarah Salih
    Unpleasures of the Flesh: Medieval Marriage, Masochism, and the History of Heterosexuality

    Tison Pugh
    Mutual Masochism and the Hermaphroditic Courtly Lady in Chaucer's Franklin's Tale

    Craig E. Bertolet
    The Anxiety of Exclusion: Speech, Power, and Chaucer's Manciple

    Arthur W. Bahr
    Reading Codicolgical Form in John Gower's Trentham Manuscript

    Linne R. Mooney
    A Holograph Copy of Thomas Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes

    REVIEWS

    Elizabeth Archilbald and Ad Putter, eds., The Cambridge Companion to the Arthurian Legend (K. S. Whetter)

    Katharine Breen, Imagining an English Reading Public, 1150-1400 (Emily Steiner)

    Ardis Butterfield, The Familiar Enemy: Chaucer, Language, and Nation in the Hundred Years War (Marianne Ailes)

    Andrew Cole and D. Vance Smith, eds., The Legitimacy of the Middle Ages: On the Unwritten History of Theory (L. O. Aranye Fradenburg)

    Helen Cooper, Shakespeare and the Medieval World (Margaret Rogerson)

    Rita Copeland and Ineke Sluiter, eds., Medieval Grammar and Rhetoric. Language Arts and Literary Theory, AD 300-1475 (Gregory Hays)

    Edwin D. Craun, Ethics and Power in Medieval English Reformist Writing; J. Allan Mitchell, Ethics and Eventfulness in Middle English Literature (Matthew Giancarlo)

    Holly A. Crocker, Chaucer's Visions of Manhood (Isabel Davis)

    Brian Cummings and James Simpson, eds., Cultural Reformations: Medieval and Renaissance in Literary History (Ruth Morse)

    Kathleen Davis and Nadia Altschul, eds., Medievalisms in the Postcolonial World: The Idea of "the Middle Ages" Outside Europe (Suzanne Conklin Akbari)

    Sian Echard, Printing in the Middle Ages (Stephen Knight)

    Jennifer Fellows and Ivana Djordjevic, eds., "Sir Bevis of Hampton" in Literary Tradition (Rosalind Field)

    Laurie A. Finke and Martin B. Shichtman, Cinematic Illuminations: The Middle Ages on Film (Paul Stertevant)

    John Block Friedman, Brueghel's Heavy Dancers: Transgressive Clothing, Class, and Culture in the Late Middle Ages (Nicole D. Smith)

    Ralph Hanna, ed., Speculum Vitae: A Reading Edition (Tim William Machan)

    Judith Jefferson and Ad Putter, eds., Approaches to the Metres of Alliterative Verse (W. A. Davenport)

    Eileen A. Joy and Myra Seaman, eds. Postmedieval: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies (Louis D'Arcens)

    Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, ed., Women and the Divine in Literature Before 1700: Essays in Memory of Margot Louis (Nancy Bradley Warren)

    Lee Patterson, Temporal Circumstances: Form and History in the "Canterbury Tales"; Lee Patterson, Acts of Recognition: Essays on Medieval Culture (Elizabeth Scala)

    Curtis Perry and John Watkins, eds., Shakespeare and the Middle Ages (Tamara Atkin)

    Helen Phillips, ed., Chaucer and Religion (Alan J. Fletcher)

    S. H. Rigby, Wisdom and Chilvalry: Chaucer's "Knight's Tale" and Medieval Political Theory (Robert Emmett Finnegan)

    William T. Rossiter, Chaucer and Petrarch (Warren Ginsberg)

    Peter W. Travis, Disseminal Chaucer: Rereading the "Nun's Priest's Tale" (Robert M. Stein)

    Malte Urban, ed., John Gower: Manuscripts, Readers, Contexts (Joel Fredell)

    Nila Vazquez, ed., "The Tale of Gamelyn" of the "Canterbury Tales": An Annotated Edition (A. S. G. Edwards)

    Edward Wheatly, Stumbling Blocks Before the Blind: Medieval Constructions of Disability (Bethan Tovey)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2009

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index—Bibliography

    PROGRAM, SEVENTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

  • Volume 32 (2010)

    ARTICLES

    Nicholas Watson
    The Phantasmal Past: Time, History, and the Recombinative Imagination

    Helen Barr
    Religious Practice in Chaucer's Prioress's Tale: Rabbit and/or Duck?

    Theresa Tinkle
    The Wife of Bath's Marginal Authority

    Joyce Coleman
    Where Chaucer Got His Pulpit: Audience and Intervisuality in the Troilus and Criseyde Frontispiece

    Kyle Mahowald
    "It may nat be": Chaucer, Derrida, and the Impossibility of the Gift

    Jennifer L. Sisk
    Religion, Alchemy, and Nostalgic Idealism in Fragment VIII of the Canterbury Tales

    Stephanie A. Viereck Gibbs Kamath
    Naming the Pilgrim: Authorship and Allegory in Guillame de Deguileville's Pelerinage de la vie humaine

    Mark Miller
    The Ends of Excitement in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Teleology, Ethics, and the Death Drive

    Su Fang Ng and Kenneth Hodges
    Saint George, Islam, and Regional Audiences in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

    Alex Mueller
    The Historiography of the Dragon: Heraldic Violence in the Alliterative Morte Arthure

    COLLOQUIUM: MANLY-RICKERT SEVENTY YEARS ON

    Henry Ansgar Kelly, Vance Ramsey on Manly-Rickert

    A. S. G. Edwards, Manly and Rickert and the Failure of Method

    Jill Mann, "Learning, Taste and Judgment" in the Editorial Process: Vance Ramsey and Manly-Rickert

    Tim William Machan, Opportunity's Knock and Chaucerian Textual Criticism

    Daniel Wakelin, "Maked na moore": Editing and Narrative

    Orietta Da Rold, Should We Reedit the Canterbury Tales?

    REVIEWS

    Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Idols in the East: European Representations of Islam and the Orient, 1100-1450 (Christine Chism)

    Valerie Allen, On Farting: Language and Laughter in the Middle Ages; Susan Signe Morrison, Excrement in the Late Middle Ages: Sacred Filth and Chaucer's Fecopoetics (Bettina Bildhauer)

    Robert W. Barrett Jr., Against All England: Regional Identity and Cheshire Writing, 1195-1656 (Raluca L. Radulescu)

    Candace Barrington, American Chaucers (Thomas Prendergast)

    Anke Bernau and Bettina Bildhauer, eds., Medieval Film (Candace Barrington)

    Rosalind Brown-Grant, French Romance of the Later Middle Ages: Gender, Morality, and Desire (Roberta Krueger)

    Margaret Connolly and Linne R. Mooney, eds., Design and Distribution of Late Medieval Manuscripts in England (Oliver Pickering)

    Joseph A. Dane, Abstractions of Evidence in the Study of Manuscripts and Early Printed Books (Orietta Da Rold)

    Andrew Galloway and R. F. Yeager, eds., Through a Classical Eye: Transcultural and Transhistorical Visions in Medieval English, Italian, and Latin Literature in Honour of Winthrop Wetherbee (John O. Ward)

    Geoffrey W. Gust, Constructing Chaucer: Author and Autofiction in Critical Tradition (Steve Ellis)

    Carol Falvo Heffernen, Comedy in Chaucer and Boccaccio (William T. Rossiter)

    Gregory Heyworth, Desiring Bodies: Ovidian Romance and the Cult of Form (Michael Calabrese)

    Ordelle G. Hill, Looking Westward: Poetry, Landscape, and Politics in "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" (Michael Bennett)

    T. E. Hill, "She, This in Blak": Vision, Truth, and Will in Geoffrey Chaucer's "Troilus and Criseyde" (Tison Pugh)

    Daniel Hobbins, Authorship and Publicity Before Print: Jean Gerson and the Transformation of Late Medieval Learning (Deborah Fraioli)

    Laura L. Howes, ed., Place, Space, and Landscape in Medieval Narrative (Robert W. Barrett Jr.)

    Andrew James Johnston, Performing the Middle Ages from "Beowulf" to "Othello" (Margaret Pappano)

    Sarah A. Kelen, Langland's Early Modern Identities (Lawrence Warner)

    Peggy Knapp, Chaucerian Aesthetics (Maura Nolan)

    V. A. Kolve, Telling Images: Chaucer and the Imagery of Narrative (Richard K. Emmerson)

    Jill Mann, From Aesop to Reynard: Beast Literature in Medieval Britain (Susan Crane)

    Joanna Martin, Kingship and Love in Scottish Poetry: 1424-1540 (R. James Goldstein)

    Alastair Minnis, Translations of Authority in Medieval English Literature: Valuing the Vernacular (Mishtooni Bose)

    Esther Casier Quinn, Geoffrey Chaucer and the Poetics of Disguise (K. P. Clarke)

    Raluca L. Radulescu and Cory James Rushton, eds., A Companion to Medieval Popular Romance (Laura Ashe)

    Samantha J. Rayner, Images of Kingship in Chaucer and His Ricardian Contemporaries (Elliot Kendall)

    Nicole R. Rice, Lay Piety and Religious Discipline Middle English Literature (Mary C. Erler)

    Larry Scanlon, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Literature, 1100-1500 (Karen Gross)

    Winthrop Wetherbee, The Ancient Flame: Dante and the Poets (Rebecca S. Beal)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2008

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index -- Bibliography

  • Volume 31 (2009)

    THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    John M. Ganim
    Cosmopolitan Chaucer, or, The Use of Local Culture

    THE BIENNIAL CHAUCER LECTURE

    Ardis Butterfield
    Chaucerian Vernaculars

    ARTICLES

    Patricia Clare Ingham
    Little Nothings: The Squire's Tale and the Ambition of Gadgets

    Elizabeth Scala
    Desire in the Canterbury Tales: Sovereignty and Mastery Between the Wife and Clerk

    Simon Horobin
    The Scribe of Bodleian Library MS Bodley 619 and the Circulation of Chaucer's Treatise on the Atrolabe

    Roger Dahood
    English Historical Narratives of Jewish Child-Murder, Chaucer's Pioress's Tale, and the Date of Chaucer's Unkown Source

    Kurt Olsson
    Composing the King, 1390-1391: Gower's Ricardian Rhetoric

    Daniel Birkholz
    Harley Lyrics and Hereford Clerics: The Implications of Mobility, c. 1300-1351

    Jill Mann
    Courtly Aesthetics and Courtly Ethics in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

    Elizabeth Schirmer
    William Thorpe's Narrative Theology

    REVIEWS

    Stephen A. Barney, The Penn Commentary on "Piers Plowman." Vol. 5: C Passus 20-22; B Passus 18-20, Andrew Galloway, The Penn Commentary on "Piers Plowman." Vol. 1: C Prologue-Passus 4; B Prologue-Passus 4; A Prologue-Passus 4 (George Shuffelton)

    Jessica Brantley, Reading in the Wilderness: Private Devotion and Public Performance in Late Medieval England (David Griffith)

    Jennifer Bryan, Looking Inward: Devotional Reading and the Private Self in Late Medieval England (Shannon Gayk)

    J. A. Burrow, The Poetry of Praise (Nicholas Perkins)

    Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, Hybridity, Idenitity, and Monstrosityin Medieval Britain: On Difficult Middles (Asa Simon Mittman)

    Andrew Cole, Literature and Heresy in the Age of Chaucer (Kantik Ghosh)

    Edward I. Condren, Chaucer from Prentice to Poet: The Metaphors of Love in Dream Visions and "Troilus and Criseyde" (Barry Windeatt)

    Lisa H. Cooper and Andrea Denny-Brown, eds., Lydgate Matters: Poetry and Material Culture in the Fifteenth Century (Scott-Morgan Straker)

    Isabel Davis, Writing Masculinity in the Later Middle Ages (Mike Rodman Jones)

    Elisabeth Dutton, Julian of Norwich: The Inlfuence of Late-Medieval Devotional Compilations (Christiania Whitehead)

    Rachel Fulton and Bruce W. Holsinger, eds., History of the Comic Mode: Medieval Communities and the Matter of Person (Fiona Griffiths)

    Matthew Giancarlo, Parliament and Literature in Late Medieval England (Lynn Staley)

    Douglas Gray, Later Medieval English Literature (Julia Boffey)

    D. H. Green, Women Readers in the Middle Ages (Nicola McDonald)

    Amanda Holton, The Sources of Chaucer's Poetics (Thomas J. Farrell)

    William Kuskin, Symbolic Caxton: Literary Culture and Print Capitalism (Daniel Wakelin)

    Tim William Machan, Chaucer's Boece: A Critical Edition Based on Cambridge University Library MS Ii.3.21, ff.9r-180v (Simon Horobin)

    Alastair Minnis, Fallible Authors: Chaucer's Pardoner and Wife of Bath (Andrew Galloway)

    Jenni Nuttall, The Creation of Lancastrian Kingship: Literature, Language, and Politics in Late Medieval England (Robert J. Meyer-Lee)

    Tison Pugh, Sexuality and Its Queer Discontents in Middle English Literature (Robert Mills)

    Tison Pugh and Marcia Smith Marzec, eds., Men and Masculinities in Chaucer's "Troilus and Criseyde" (Amanda Hopkins)

    Wendy Scase, Literature and Complaint in England, 1272-1553 (Ethan Knapp)

    James Simpson, Burning to Read: English Fundamentalism and Its Reformation Opponents (Thomas Fulton)

    Sebastian I. Sobecki, The Sea and Medieval English Literature (Daniel Birkholz)

    Sarah Stanbury, The Visual Object of Desire in Late Medieval England (Karen Winstead)

    Paul Strohm, ed., Middle English (Jamie Taylor)

    Jennifer Summit, Memory's Library: Medieval Books in Early Modern England (Alexandra Gillespie)

    Daniel Wakelin, Humanism, Reading, and Enlglish Literature, 1430-1530 (Wendy Scase)

    Katherine Zieman Singing the New Song: Literacy and Literature in Late Medieval England (Sam Barrett)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2007

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index—Bibliography

    PROGRAM, SIXTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

  • Volume 30 (2008)

    ARTICLES

    Robert J. Meyer-Lee
    Manuscript Studies, Literary Value, and the Object of Chaucer Studies

    Tom Farrell
    Hybrid Discourse in the General Prologue Portraits

    Robert Epstein
    "Fer in the north; I kan nat telle where": Dialect, Regionalism, and Philologism

    Patricia DeMarco
    Violence, Law, and Ciceronian Ethics in Chaucer's Tale of Melibee

    Jessica Brantley
    Venus and Christ in Chaucer's Complaint of Mars: The Fairfax 16 Frontispiece

    Anita Helmbold
    Chaucer Appropriated: The Troilus Frontispiece as Lancastrian Propoganda

    Angela Florschuetz
    Women's Secrets: Childbirth, Pollution, and Purification in Northern Octavian

    Margaret Aziza Pappano and Nicole R. Rice
    "Beginning and Beginning-Again": Processions, Plays, and Civic Politics in York and Chester

    Lisa Cooper
    "His guttys wer out shake": Illness and Indigence in Lydgate's Letter to Glouster and Fabula duorum mercatorum

    REVIEWS

    Jenny Adams, Power PLay: The Litreature and Politics of Chess in the Late Middle Ages (Laura Kendrick)

    Gail Ashton and Louise Sylvester, eds., Teaching Chaucer (Louise D'Arcens)

    John M. Bowers, Chaucer and Langland: The Antagonistic Tradition (James Simpson)

    Charlotte Brewer, The Treasure-House of the Language: The Living OED (Tim William Machan)

    Maria Bullon-Fernandez, ed., England and Iberia in the Middle Ages, 12th-15th Century: Cultural, Literary, and Political Exchanges (Jordi Sanchez-Marti)

    Catherine A. M. Clarke, Literary Landscapes and the Idea of England, 700-1400 (Tom Shippey)

    Lara Farina, Erotic Discourse and Early English Religious Writing (Cate Gunn)

    John M. Fyler, Language and the Declining Worldin Chaucer, Dante, and Jean de Meun (Robert R. Edwards)

    Alexandra Gillespie, Print Culture and the Medieval Author: Chaucer, Lydgate, and Their Books, 1473-1557 (Kathryn Kerby-Fulton)

    Frank Grady, Representing Righteous Heathens in Late Medieval England (Suzanne Conklin Akbari)

    Noah D. Guynn, Allegory and Sexual Ethics in the High Middle Ages (Stephanie A. V. G. Kamath)

    Amanda Hopkins and Cory James Rushton, eds., The Erotic in the Literature of Medieval Britain (Kathleen Coyne Kelly)

    Simon Horobin, Chaucer's Language (Richard Dance)

    Katherine Kerby-Fulton, Books Under Suspicion: Censorship and Tolerance of Revelatory Writing in Late Medieval England (Andrew Cole)

    Emma Lipton, Affections of the Mind: The Politics of Sacramental Marriage in Late Medieval English Literature (Bernard O'Donoghue)

    Robert J. Meyer-Lee, Poets and Power from Chaucer to Wyatt (Richard Firth Green)

    Susan E. Phillips, Transforming Talk: The Problem with Gossip in Late Medieval England (Nicole Nolan Sidhu)

    Martha Dana Rust, Imaginary Worlds in Medieval Books: Exploring the Manuscript Matrix (Jessica Brantley)

    Catherine Sanok, Her Life Historical: Exemplarity and Female Saints' Lives in Late Medieval England (Larry Scanlon)

    Susan Schibanoff, Chaucer's Queer Poetics: Rereading the Dream Trio (Kathryn L. Lynch)

    Karl Tamburr, The Harrowing of Hell in Medieval England (William Marx)

    Alfred Thomas, A Blessed Shore: England and Bohemia from Chaucer to Shakespeare (David Mengel)

    Marion Turner, Chaucerian Conflict: Languages of Antagonism in Late Fourteenth-Century London (John M. Bowers)

    Alison Wiggins and Rosalind Field, eds., Guy of Warwick: Icon and Ancestor (Rebecca A. Wilcox)

    Karen A. Winstead, John Capgrave's Fifteenth Century (Sarah Salih)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index—Bibliography

  • Volume 29 (2007)

    THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    David Wallace
    New Chaucer Topographies

    THE BIENNIAL CHAUCER LECTURE

    Susan Crane
    For the Birds

    ARTICLES

    Karla Taylor
    Chaucer's Volumes: Toward a New Model of Literary History in the Canterbury Tales

    R. James Goldstein
    Future Perfect: The Augustinian Theology of Perfection and the Canterbury Tales

    Nicolette Zeeman
    The Gender of Song in Chaucer

    Shayne Aaron Legassie
    Chaucer's Pardoner and Host—On the Road, in the Alehouse

    Holly A. Crocker
    Affective Politics in Chaucer's Reeve's Tale: "Cherl" Masculinity after 1381

    Michael Calabrese
    Chaucer's Dorigen and Boccaccio's Female Voices

    Linne R. Mooney
    Some New Light on Thomas Hoccleve

    Sarah Tolmie
    The Professional: Thomas Hoccleve

    David R. Carlson
    English Poetry July-October 1399 and Lancastrian Crime

    Elizabeth Allen
    Newfangled Readers in Gower's "Apollonius of Tyre"

    REVIEWS

    Ann W. Astell, Eating Beauty: The Eucharist and the Spiritual Arts of the Middle Ages (Michelle Karnes)

    Alcuin Blamires, Chaucer, Ethics and Gender (Angela Jane Weisl)

    Ardis Butterfield, ed., Chaucer and the City (Sylvia Federico)

    Carolyn P. Collette, Performing Polity: Women and Agency in the Anglo-French Tradition, 1385-1620 (Glenn Burger)

    Robert M. Correale and Mary Hamel, Sources and Analogues of the Canterbury Tales, Vol. 2 (Warren Ginsberg)

    Catherine S. Cox, The Judaic Other in Dante, the Gawain Poet, and Chaucer (Sylvia Tomasch)

    Marilynn Desmond, Ovid's Art and the Wife of Bath: The Ethics of Erotic Violence (Michael Calabrese)

    Steve Ellis, ed., Chaucer: An Oxford Guide (Mathew Boyd Goldie)

    Lianna Farber, An Anatomy of Trade in Medieval Writing: Values, Consent, and Community (Kathy Lavezzo)

    Judy Anne Ford, John Mirk's "Festial": Orthodoxy, Lollardy, and the Common People in Fourteenth-Century England (Moira Fitzgibbons)

    Kathleen Forni, ed., The Chaucerian Apocrypha: A Selection and Dana M. Symons, ed., Chaucerian Dream Visions and Complaints (John M. Bowers)

    Francis Ingledew, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the Order of the Garter (Richard J. Moll)

    Steven F. Kruger, The Spectral Jew: Conversion and Embodiment in Medieval Europe (Lisa Lampert-Weissig)

    William Kuskin, ed., Caxton's Trace: Studies in the History of English Printing (Julia Boffey)

    Kathy Lavezzo, Angels on the Edge of the World: Geography, Literature, and English Community, 1000-1534 (Donald Birkholz)

    Seth Lerer, ed., The Yale Companion to Chaucer (Mark Miller)

    Katherine C. Little, Confession and Resistance: Defining the Self in Late Medieval England (Robert J. Meyer-Lee)

    Karma Lochrie, Heterosyncrasies: Female Sexuality When Normal Wasn't (Aranye Fradenburg)

    Tim William Machan, ed., with the assistance of A. J. Minnis, Sources of the Boece (Jennifer Arch)

    William Perry Marvin, Hunting Law and Ritual in Medieval English Literature (Ad Putter)

    Gretchen Mieszkowski, Medieval Go-Betweens and Chaucer's Pandarus (Tison Pugh)

    J. Allan Mitchell, Ethics and Exemplary Narrative in Chaucer and Gower (Elizabeth Allen)

    Nigel Mortimer, John Lydgate's Fall of Princes: Narrative Tragedy in its Literary and Political Contexts (Maura Nolan)

    Peter Nicholson, Love and Ethics in Gower's Confessio Amantis (Kurt Olsson)

    Maura Nolan, John Lydgate and the Making of Public Culture (Robert R. Edwards)

    Kellie Robertson, The Laborer's Two Bodies: Labor and "Work" of the Text in Medieval Britain, 1350-1500 (Kathleen Ashley)

    Larry Scanlon and James Simpson, ed., John Lydgate: Poetry, Culture and Lancastrian England (Lisa H. Cooper)

    James Simpson, The Oxford English Literary History, Volume 2, 1350-1547: Reform and Cultural Revolution (Helen Cooper)

    A. C. Spearing, Textual Subjectivity: The Encoding of Subjectivity in Medieval Narratives and Lyrics (Alfred David)

    Paul Strohm, Politique: Languages of Statecraft between Chaucer and Shakespeare (Wendy Scase)

    Carolynn Van Dyke, Chaucer's Agents: Cause and Representation in Chaucerian Narrative (Tara Williams)

    David Wallace, Premodern Places: Calais to Surinam, Chaucer to Aphra Behn (Stephanie Trigg)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2004

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index—Bibliography

    Program, Fifteenth International Congress

  • Volume 28 (2006)

    ARTICLES

    Theresa Coletti
    "Paths of Long Study": Reading Chaucer and Christine de Pizan in Tandem

    Marie Borroff
    Narrative Artistry in St. Erkenwald and the Gawain-Group: The Case for Common Authorship Reconsidered

    Andrea Denny-Brown
    Povre Griselda and the All-Consuming Archewyves

    Nicole D. Smith
    The Parsonís Predilection for Pleasure

    Maria BullÛn-Fern·ndez
    Private Practices in Chaucerís Millerís Tale

    Shannon Gayk
    Images of Pity: The Regulatory Aesthetics of John Lydgateís Religious Lyrics

    Simon Horobin
    A New Fragment of the Romaunt of the Rose

    COLLOQUIUM: The Afterlife of Origins

    Arlyn Diamond
    "The Afterlife of Origins: Introduction"

    Kenneth Bleeth
    "The Physicianís Tale and Remembered Texts"

    Peter G. Beidler
    "New Terminology for Sources and Analogues: Or, Letís Forget the Lost French Source for Millerís Tale"

    Amy W. Goodwin
    "Chaucerís Clerkís Tale: Sources, Influences, and Allusions"

    Nancy Mason Bradbury
    "Proverb Tradition as a Soft Source for The Canterbury Tales"

    Carolyn P. Collette
    "The Alchemy of Imagination and the Labyrinth of Meaning: Some Caveats about the After Life of Sources"

    Dolores W. Frese
    "The 'Buried Bodies' of Dante, Boccaccio, and Petrarch: Chaucerian 'Sources' for the Critical Fiction of Obedient Wives"

    Betsy McCormick
    "A Feel for the Game: Bourdieu, Source Study, and the Legend"

    Ruth Evans
    "The Afterword of Origins: A Response"

    REVIEWS

    Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Seeing Through the Veil: Optical Theory and Medieval Allegory (John V. Fleming)

    Elizabeth Allen, False Fables and Exemplary Truth in Later Middle English Literature (Edward Wheatley)

    John H. Arnold and Katherine J. Lewis, eds. A Companion to The Book of Margery Kempe; SÓan Echard, ed., A Companion to Gower (Larry Scanlon)

    Christopher Cannon, The Grounds of English Literature (Ralph Hanna)

    David R. Carlson, Chaucerís Jobs (Kellie Robertson)

    Theresa Coletti, Mary Magdalene and the Drama of Saints: Theater, Gender, and Religion in Late Medieval England (Ruth NissÈ)

    Laurie A. Finke and Martin B. Shichtman, King Arthur and the Myth of History (Rosalind Field)

    Ralph Hanna, London Literature 1300-1380 (James Simpson)

    Ralph Hanna and David Lawton, eds. The Siege of Jerusalem (Judith A. Jefferson)

    Alfred Hiatt, The Making of Medieval Forgeries: False Documents in Fifteenth-Century England (Richard Firth Green)

    Laura F. Hodges, Chaucer and Clothing: Clerical and Academic Costume in the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales (Andrea Denny-Brown)

    Conor McCarthy, Marriage in Medieval England: Law, Literature and Practice (M. Teresa Tavormina)

    Mark Miller, Philosophical Chaucer: Love, Sex, and Agency in the Canterbury Tales (Glenn Burger)

    Ruth NissÈ, Defining Acts: Drama and the Politics of Interpretation in Late Medieval England (Gail McMurray Gibson)

    Linda Olson and Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, eds. Voices in Dialogue: Reading Women in the Middle Ages (Claire Waters)

    Lisa Perfetti, ed. The Representation of Womenís Emotions in Medieval and Early Modern Culture (Elizabeth Robertson)

    Tison Pugh, Queering Medieval Genres (Anna Klosowska)

    Virginia Chieffo Raguin and Sarah Stanbury, eds. Womenís Space: Patronage, Place, and Gender in the Medieval Church (Catherine Sanok)

    Kellie Robertson and Micheal Uebel, eds. The Middle Ages at Work: Practicing Labor in Late Medieval England (Stephen Knight)

    Corinne Saunders, ed. Cultural Encounters in the Romance of Medieval England (Nicola McDonald)

    Lynn Staley, Languages of Power in the Age of Richard II (Andrew Galloway)

    Robert M. Stein and Sandra Pierson Prior, eds. Reading Medieval Culture: Essays in Honor of Robert W. Hanning (Lisa J. Kiser)

    Joanna Summers, Late-Medieval Prison Writing and the Politics of Autobiography (J. A. Burrow)

    Cindy L. Vitto and Marcia Smith Marzec, eds. New Perspectives on Criseyde (George Edmondson)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2004

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index—Bibliography

  • Volume 27 (2005)

    THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

    Winthrop Wetherbee III
    "Chaucer and the European Tradition"

    THE BIENNIAL CHAUCER LECTURE

    Alastair Minnis
    "'I speke of folk in seculer estaat': Vernacularity and Secularity in the Age of Chaucer"

    ARTICLES

    Maura Nolan
    "Lydgate's Literary History: Chaucer, Gower and Canacee"

    Tara Williams
    "'T'Assaye in thee thy wommanhede':Griselda Chosen, Translated, and Tried"

    Henry Ansgar Kelly
    "Jews and Saracens in Chaucer's England: A Review of the Evidence"

    Emily Steiner
    "Radical Historiography: Langland, Trevisa, and the Polychronicon"

    Moria Fitzgibbons
    "Jacob's Well and Penitential Pedagogy"

    COLLOQUIUM: Administrative Perspectives on Chaucer Studies

    Martin Camargo
    "The State of Medieval Studies: A Tale of Two Universities"

    Sylvia Tomasch
    "Searching for a Medievalist: Some (Generally Positive) News about the State of Chaucer Studies"

    Peter Brown
    "Chaucer and Medieval Studies in Canterbury"

    Mary Carruthers
    "Our 'crafty science': Institutional Support and Humanist Discipline"

    Elaine Hansen
    "Response: Chaucerian Values"

    REVIEWS

     Dorsey Armstrong, Gender and the Chivalric Community in Malory's "Morte d'Arthur" (Catherine Batt)

    C. David Benson, Public "Piers Plowman": Modern Scholarship and Late Medieval English Culture (Emily Steiner)

    Glenn Burger, Chaucer's Queer Nation (Karma Lochrie)

    Jeffrey J. Cohen, Medieval Identity Machines (Susan Crane)

    Carolyn Dinshaw and David Wallace, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Women's Writing (Theresa Coletti)

    Sylvia Federico, New Troy: Fantasies of Empire in the Late Middle Ages (Patricia Clare Ingham)

    L. O. Aranye Fradenburg, Sacrifice Your Love: Psychoanalysis, Historicism, Chaucer (Bruce Holsinger)

    Douglas Gray, ed., The Oxford Companion to Chaucer (Derek Brewer)

    Suzanne C. Hagedorn, Abandoned Women: Rewriting the Classics in Dante, Boccaccio, and Chaucer (Carolyn P. Collette)

    Carol F. Heffernan, The Orient in Chaucer and Medieval Romance (Brenda Deen Schildgen)

    Geraldine Heng, Empire of Magic: Medieval Romance and the Politics of Cultural Fantasy (Christine Chism)

    Simon Horobin, The Language of the Chaucer Tradition (John H. Fisher)

    Jacqueline Jenkins and Katherine J. Lewis, eds., St. Katherine of Alexandria: Texts and Contexts in Western Medieval Europe (Virginia Blanton)

    Terry Jones, Robert Yeager, Terry Dolan, Alan Fletcher, and Juliette Dor, Who Murdered Chaucer? A Medieval Mystery (Derek Pearsall)

    Lisa Lampert, Gender and Jewish Difference from Paul to Shakespeare (William Chester Jordan)

    Kathy Lavezzo, ed., Imagining a Medieval English Nation (Paul Strohm)

    Tim William Machan, English in the Middle Ages (Simon Horobin)

    Peggy McCracken, The Curse of Eve, the Wound of the Hero: Blood, Gender, and Medieval Literature (Laurie Finke)

    Richard J. Moll, Before Malory: Reading Arthur in Later Medieval England (Patricia DeMarco)

    Thomas A. Prendergast, Chaucer's Dead Body: From Corpse to Corpus (Helen Cooper)

    Sarah Rees-Jones, ed., Learning and Literary in Medieval England and Abroad (Joyce Coleman)

    Jesus L. Serrano Reyes and Antonio R. Leon Sendra, trans., Geoffrey Chaucer: Cuentos De Canterbury (Jordi Sanches-Marti)

    Joel T. Rosenthal, Telling Tales: Sources and Narration in Late Medieval England (Lee Patterson)

    D. Vance Smith, Arts of Possession: The Middle English Household Imaginary (Claire Sponsler)

    Fiona Somerset, Jill C. Havens, and Derrick G. Pitard, eds., Lollards and Their Influence in Late Medieval England (Kalpen Trivedi)

    Emily Steiner, Documentary Culture and the Making of Medieval English Literature (Helen Barr)

    Emily Steiner and Candace Barrington, eds., The Letter of the Law: Legal Practice and Literary Prodcution in Medieval England (John M. Ganim)

    Claire M. Waters, Angels and Earthly Creatures: Preaching, Performance, and Gender in the Later Middle Ages (Katherine Little)

    Diane Watt, Amoral Gower: Language, Sex, and Politics (Maria Bullon-Fernandez)

    Richard E. Zeikowitz, Homoeroticism and Chivalry: Discourses of Male Same-Sex Desire in the Fourteenth Century (William Burgwinkle)

    BOOKS RECEIVED

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2001

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index—Bibliography

     

    Program, Fourteenth International Congress

  • Volume 26 (2004)

    ARTICLES

    L.O. Aranye Fradenburg
    "Simply Marvelous"

    George Edmondson
    "Pearl: The Shadow of the Object, the Shape of the Law"

    Linne Mooney & Simon Horobin
    "A Piers Plowman Manuscript by the Hengwrt/Ellesmere Scribe and its Implications for London Standard English"

    John Bowers
    "Two Professional Readers of Chaucer and Langland: Scribe D and the HM 114 Scribe"

    R.F Yeager
    "Death Is a Lady: TheRegement of Princes as Gendered Political Commentary"

    Neil Cartlidge
    "Sir Orfeo in the Otherworld: Courting Chaos?"

    Matthew Giancarlo
    "The Structure of Fate and the Devising of History in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde"

    Jenny Adams
    "Exchequers and Balances: Anxieties of Exchange in The Tale of Beryn"

    Derek Pitard
    "Sowing Difficulty: The Parson's Tale, Vernacular Commentary, and the Nature of Chaucerian Dissent"

    Keiko Hamaguchi
    "Domesticating Amazons in The Knight'sTale"

     

    REVIEWS

     Kathleen Ashley and Robert L. A. Clark, eds., Medieval Conduct (Catherine Sanok)

     Helen Barr, Socioliterary Practice in Late Medieval England (Maura Nolan)

    CatherineBatt, Malory’s Morte Darthur: Remaking Arthurian Tradition (Martin B. Shichtman)

    Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Duncan Robertson, and Nancy Warren, eds., The Vernacular Spirit: Essays on Medieval Religious Literature (Thomas J. Heffernan)

    J. A. Burrow, Gestures and Looks in Medieval Narrative (Sarah Stanbury)

    Christine Chism, Alliterative Revivals (Stephanie Trigg)

    Robert M. Correale and Mary Hamel, eds., Sources and Analogues of The Canterbury Tales, vol. 1. (Helen Phillips)

    Susan Crane, The Performance of Self: Ritual, Clothing, and Identity During the Hundred Years War (Claire Sponsler)

    Sheila Delany, ed., Chaucer and the Jews: Sources, Contexts, Meanings (Steven F. Kruger)

    Robert R. Edwards, Chaucer and Boccaccio: Antiquity and Modernity (Warren Ginsberg)

    Sigmund Eisner, ed., A Variorum Edition of the the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Vol. 6. The Prose Treatises. Part One:A Treatise on the Astrolabe (Andrew Cole)

    Mary C. Erler, Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England (Anne Clark Bartlett)

    Elizabeth Fowler, Literary Character: The Human Figure in Early English Writing (Alfred David)

    Warren Ginsberg, Chaucer’s Italian Tradition (Henry Ansgar Kelly)

    D. H. Green, The Beginnings of Medieval Romance: Fact and Fiction, 1150-1220 (Rosalind Field)

    Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, Kathryn and Maidie Hilmo, eds., The Medieval Professional Reader at Work: Evidence from Manuscripts of Chaucer, Langland, Kempe and Gower (Andrew Taylor)

    Rebecca Krug, Reading Families: Women’s Literate Practice in Late Medieval England (Jennifer Summit)

    Victoria Kirkham, Fabulous Vernacular, Boccaccio’s Filicolo and the Art of Medieval Fiction (Roberta Morosini)

    Kathryn Lynch, ed., Chauer’s Cultural Geography (Jeffrey J. Cohen)

    Dunbar H. Ogden, The Staging of Drama in the Medieval Church (Erick Kelemen)

    Marijane Osborn, Time and the Astrolabe in The Canterbury Tales (Edgar Laird)

    Nicholas Perkins, Hoccleve’s Regiment of Princes: Counsel and Constraint (Antony Hasler)

    Eve Salisbury, Georgina Donavin, and Merrall Llewelyn Price, eds., Domestic Violence in Medieval Texts (Elizabeth Robertson)

    Elizabeth Scala, Absent Narratives, Manuscript Textuality, and Literary Structure in Late Medieval England (Larry Scanlon)

    M. C. Seymour, ed., The Defective Version of Mandeville’s Travels (Iain Higgins)

    Paul Strohm, Theory and the Premodern Text (Alan Fletcher)

    Robert F. Yeager and Charlotte C. Morse, eds., Speaking Images: Essays in Honor of V. A. Kolve (Jim Rhodes)

     

    BOOKS RECEIVED

     

    AN ANNOTATED CHAUCER BIBLIOGRAPHY, 2001

    Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers

    Classifications

    Abbreviations of Chaucer's Works

    Periodical Abbreviations

    Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

    Author Index—Bibliography

  • Volume 25 (2003)

    The Presidential Address
    Helen Cooper

    "After Chaucer"


    The Biennial Chaucer Lecture

    Richard Firth Green
    "Changing Chaucer"


    Articles

    Alan Fletcher
    "Chaucer the Heretic"

    Rhonda Knight
    "All Dressed Up with Someplace to Go: Regional Identity in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"

    Sealy Gilles
    "Love and Disease in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde"

    Monica McAlpine
    "Criseyde's Prudence"

    Sîan Echard
    "Gower's 'bokes of Latin': Language, Politics, and Poetry"

    Marion Turner
    "Troilus and Criseyde and the 'Treasonous Aldermen' of 1382: Tales of the City in Late Fourteenth-Century London"


    Colloquium: The Manciple's Tale

    Marianne Børch
    "Chaucer's Poetics and the Manciple's Tale"

    John Hines
    "'For sorwe of which he brak his minstralcye': the demise of the 'sweete noyse' of verse in the Canterbury Tales"

    Eve Salisbury
    "Murdering Fiction: The Case of The Manciple's Tale"

    Peter Travis
    "The Manciple's Phallic Matrix"

    Stephanie Trigg
    "Friendship, Association and Service in The Manciple's Tale"

    Warren Ginsberg
    "The Manciple's Tale: Response"

  • Volume 24 (2002)

    Lynn Staley
    "The Man in Foul Clothes and a Late Fourteenth-Century Conversation About Sin"

    Glenn Burger
    "Present Panic in The Merchant's Tale"

    Claire M. Waters
    "Holy Duplicity: The Preacher's Two Faces"

    Kellie Robertson
    "Laboring in the God of Love's Garden: Chaucer's Prologue to The Legend of Good Women"

    Kathy Lavezzo
    "Beyond Rome: Mapping Gender and Justice in The Man of Law's Tale"

    Diane Watt
    "Oedipus, Apollonius, and Richard II: Sex and Politics in Book 8 of John Gower's Confessio Amantis"

    Joyce Coleman
    "Lay Readers and Hard Latin: How Gower May Have Intended the Confessio Amantis to Be Read"

    Mary-Jo Arn
    Thomas Chaucer and William Paston Take Care of Business: HLS Deeds 349"

    Roy J. Pearcy
    "'And Nysus doughter song with fresshe entente': Tragedy and Romance in Troilus and Criseyde"


    Colloquium: Chaucer and the Future of Language Study

    Christopher Cannon
    "What Chaucer's Language Is"

    Ralph Hanna
    "Chaucer and the Future of Language Study"

    Tim William Machan
    "Politics and the Middle English Language"

    Wendy Scase
    "Tolkien, Philology, and The Reeve's Tale: Towards the Cultural Move in Middle English Studies"

    Jeremy J. Smith
    "Chaucer and the Invention of English"

    Stephanie Trigg
    "The New Medievalization of Chaucer"

  • Volume 23 (2001)

    Ruth Evans
    "Chaucer in Cyberspace: Medieval Technologies of Memory and The House of Fame"

    Jill Mann
    "Chaucer's Meter and the Myth of the Ellesmere Editor of The Canterbury Tales"

    William Quinn
    "Chaucer's Problematic Priere: An ABC as Artifact and Critical Issue"

    Elizabeth Robertson
    "The 'Elvyssh' Power of Constance: Christian Feminism in Geoffrey Chaucer's The Man of Law's Tale"

    Lawrence Besserman
    "'Priest' and 'Pope,' 'Sire and Madame': Anachronistic Diction and Social Conflict in Chaucer's Troilus"

    Katherine Little
    "Chaucer's Parson and the Specter of Wycliffism"

    Kathy Lavezzo
    "Chaucer and Everyday Death: The Clerk's Tale, Burial, and the Subject of Poverty"†

    Scott Lightsey
    "Chaucer's Secular Marvels and the Medieval Economy of Wonder"

    Carolyn P. Collette and Vincent J. DiMarco
    "The Matter of Armenia in the Age of Chaucer"

    Carter Revard
    "The Papelard Priest and the Black Prince's Men: Audiences of an Alliterative Poem"†

    Emma Lipton
    "Performing Reform: Lay Piety and the Marriage of Mary and Joseph in the N-Town Cycle"

    Lee Patterson
    "'What is Me?': Self and Society in the Poetry of Thomas Hoccleve"


    Colloquium: The Cambridge History of Medieval English Literature

    Christine Chism
    Theresa Coletti
    Fiona Somerset
    Sarah Stanbury
    Anne Savage

    Response:
    David Wallace

  • Volume 22 (2000)

    Peter Travis
    "White"

    Christopher Cannon
    "Chaucer and Rape: Uncertainty's Certainties"

    David Matthews
    "Infantilizing the Father: Chaucer Translations and Moral Regulations"

    Lawrence Clopper
    "The Engaged Spectator: Langland and Chaucer on Civic Spectacle and the Theatrum"

    Alan Fletcher
    "Sir Orfeo and the Flight from the Enchanters"

    Frank Grady
    "St. Erkenwald and the Merciless Parliament"

    Joel Fredell
    "The Lowly Paraf: Transmitting Manuscript Design in The Canterbury Tales"

    Sarah Tolmie
    "The Prive Scilence of Thomas Hoccleve"

    Daniel Pinti
    "Commentary and Comedic Reception: Dante and the Subject of Reading in The Parliament of Fowls"

    Theresa Tinkle
    "The Case of the Variable Source: Alan of Lille's De planctu Naturae, Jean de Meun's Roman de la Rose, and Chaucer's Parlement of Fowles"


    Colloquium: The Monk's Tale (from the 1998 NCS Congress in Paris)

    Stephen Knight
    "My Lord the Monk"

    Terry Jones
    "The Monk's Tale"

    Ann W. Astell
    "The Monk's Tragical 'Seint Edward'"

    Henry Ansgar Kelly
    "The Evolution of The Monk's Tale: Tragical to Farcical"

    Richard Neuse
    "They Had Their World as in Their Time: The Monk's 'Little Narratives'"

    Response:
    Helen C. Cooper
    "Responding to the Monk"

    Louise Fradenburg
    "Return to The Monk's Tale"

  • Volume 21 (1999)

    Mary Carruthers
    "'Micrological Aggregates': Is the New Chaucer Society Speaking in Tongues?" (Presidential Address, 1998)

    Robert W. Hanning"'And countrefete the speche of every man / He koude, whan he sholde telle a tale': Toward a Lapsarian Poetics for The Canterbury Tales" (Biennial Lecture, 1998)

    Nicholas Watson
    "Desire for the Past"

    Bruce Holsinger
    "Langland's Musical Reader: Liturgy, Law, and the Constraints of Performance"

    Richard Emmerson
    "Reading Gower in a Manuscript Culture: Latin and English in Illustrated Manuscripts of the Confessio Amantis"

    Fiona Somerset
    "'As just as is a squyre': The Politics of 'Lewd Translacion' in Chaucer's Summoner's Tale"

    Glending Olson
    "The End of The Summoner's Tale and the Uses of Pentecost"

    Ethan Knapp
    "Eulogies and Usurpations: Hoccleve and Chaucer Revisited"

    Ruth Nissé
    "'Oure Fadres Olde and Modres': Gender, Heresy and Hoccleve's Literary Politics"

    Thorlac Turville-Petre
    "Poems by Chaucer in John Harpur's Psalter"

  • Volume 20 (1998)

    James Landman
    "Proving Constant: Torture and The Man of Law's Tale"

    Catherine Sanok
    "Criseyde, Cassandra and the Thebaid: Women and the Theban Subtext of Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde"

    James Simpson
    "Ethics and Interpretation: Reading Wills in Chaucer's Legend of Good Women"

    Henry Ansgar Kelly
    "Meanings and Uses of Raptus in Chaucer's Time"

    Kate Harris
    "Unnoticed Extracts from Chaucer and Hoccleve: Huntington HM 144, Trinity College, Oxford D 29 and the Canterbury Tales"

    Julia Boffey and A.S.G. Edwards
    "'Chaucer's Chronicle,' John Shirley, and the Canon of Chaucer's Shorter Poems"

  • Volume 19 (1997)

    V. A. Kolve
    "God-Denying Fools and the Medieval 'Religion of Love'" (Presidential Address, 1996)

    David Wallace
    "In Flaundres" (Biennial Chaucer Lecture, 1996)

    Andrew Taylor
    "Anne of Bohemia and the Making of Chaucer"

    Sylvia Federico
    "A Fourteenth-Century Erotics of Politics: London as a Feminine New Troy"

    William Robbins
    "Romance, Exemplum, and the Subject of the Confessio Amantis"

    Helen Cooper
    "Sources and Analogues of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales: Reviewing the Work"

  • Volume 18 (1996)

    Frank Grady
    "Chaucer Reading Langland: The House of Fame"

    Richard H. Osberg
    "A Voice for the Prioress: The Context of English Devotional Prose"

    Warren Ginsberg
    "Chaucer's Canterbury Poetics: Irony, Allegory, and the Prologue to The Manciple's Tale"

    Alan J. Fletcher
    "The Summoner and the Abominable Anatomy of Antichrist"

    Edward Wheatley
    "Commentary Displacing Text: The Nun's Priest's Tale and the Scholastic Fable Tradition"

    Tim William Machan
    "Thomas Berthelette and Gower's Confessio"

  • Volume 17 (1995)

    Jill Mann
    "Chaucer and Atheism" (Presidential Address, 1994)

    Paul Strohm
    "Chaucer's Lollard Joke: History and the Textual Unconscious" (Biennial Chaucer Lecture, 1994)

    Carolynn Van Dyke
    "The Clerk's and Franklin's Subjected Subjects"

    Derek Pearsall
    "The Franklin's Tale, Line 1469: Forms of Address in Chaucer"

    Elizabeth Ashman Rowe
    "The Female Body Politic and the Miscarriage of Justice in Athelston"

    Monica Brzezinski Potkay
    "Cleanness's Fecund and Barren Speech Acts"

    John M. Bowers
    "Pearl in Its Royal Setting: Ricardian Poetry Revisited"

  • Volume 16 (1994)

    Ardis Butterfield
    "Pastoral and the Politics of Plague in Machaut and Chaucer"

    Mary Flowers Braswell
    "Chaucer's 'Court Baron': Law and The Canterbury Tales"

    W. Rothwell
    "The Trilingual England of Geoffrey Chaucer"

    Fred Hoerner
    "Church Office, Routine, and Self-Exile in Chaucer's Pardoner"

    Frederick B. Jonassen
    "Carnival Food Imagery in Chaucer's Description of the Franklin"

    Jim Rhodes
    "The Dreamer Redeemed: Exile and the Kingdom in the Middle English Pearl"

  • Volume 15 (1993)

    Alfred David
    "Old, New, and Yong in Chaucer" (Presidential Address, 1992)

    Lee Patterson
    "Perpetual Motion: Alchemy and the Technology of the Self" (Biennial Chaucer Lecture, 1992)

    Lynne Dickson
    "Deflection in the Mirror: Feminine Discourse in The Wife of Bath's Tale"

    Linne R. Mooney
    "The Cock and the Clock: Telling Time in Chaucer's Day"

    Brenda Deen Schildgen
    "Jerome's Prefatory Epistles to the Bible and The Canterbury Tales"

    Richard Firth Green
    "The Pardoner's Pants (and Why They Matter)"

  • Volume 14 (1992)

    Andrew Galloway
    "Marriage Sermons, Polemical Sermons, and The Wife of Bath's Prologue: A Generic Excursus"

    Elizabeth A. Dobbs
    "Literary, Legal, and Last Judgments in The Canterbury Tales"

    Monica H. Green
    "Obstetrical and Gynecological Texts in Middle English"

  • Volume 13 (1991)

    Derek A. Pearsall
    "The Problems of Writing a Life of Chaucer" (Presidential Address, 1990)

    John Burrow
    "Poems Without Endings" (Biennial Chaucer Lecture, 1990)

    Robert N. Swanson
    "Chaucer's Parson and Other Priests"

    Ann W. Astell
    "Apostrophe, Prayer, and the Structure of Satire in The Man of Law's Tale"

    Kathleen M. Hewett-Smith
    "Transcript Error and the Text of Troilus"

    H. Ansgar Kelly
    "Shades of Incest and Cuckoldry: Pandarus and John of Gaunt"

    Sarah Stanbury
    "The Voyeur and the Private Life in Troilus and Criseyde"

  • Volume 12 (1990)

    V. A. Kolve
    "'Man in the Middle': Art and Religion in Chaucer's Friar's Tale"

    Susan Crane
    "Medieval Romance and Feminine Difference in The Knight's Tale"

    David Raybin
    "Custance and History: Woman as Outsider in Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale"

    Linda Georgianna
    "Love So Dearly Bought: The Terms of Redemption in The Canterbury Tales"

    A. C. Spearing
    "Marie de France and Her Middle English Adapters"

    Hoyt N. Duggan
    "Langland's Dialect and Final -e"

    Tim William Machan
    "Robert Henryson and Father Aesop: Authority in the Moral Fables"

  • Volume 11 (1989)

    Robert Worth Frank, Jr.
    "Inept Chaucer" (Presidential Address, 1988)

    Alan J. Fletcher
    "The Preaching of the Pardoner"

    Siegfried Wenzel
    "Chaucer's Pardoner and His Relics"

    Richard Firth Green
    "Legal Satire in The Tale of Beryn"

    Michaela Paasche Grudin
    "Chaucer's Clerk's Tale as Political Paradox"

    Katherine Heinrichs
    "'Lovers' Consolations of Philosophy' in Boccaccio, Machaut and Chaucer"

    Lee Patterson
    "'What Man Artow?': Authorial Self-Definition in The Tale of Sir Thopas and The Tale of Melibee"

  • Volume 10 (1988)

    Richard Firth Green
    "Chaucer's Victimized Women"

    Ralph Hanna III
    "Authorial Versions, Rolling Revision, Scribal Error? Or, The Truth About Truth"

    Kathryn L. Lynch
    "Despoiling Griselda: Chaucer's Walter and the Problem of Knowledge in The Clerk's Tale"

    Susan Schibanoff
    "The New Reader and Female Textuality in Two Early Commentaries of Chaucer"

  • Volume 9 (1987)

    David Lawton
    "Chaucer's Two Ways: The Pilgrimage Frame of The Canterbury Tales"

    Rita Copeland
    "Rhetoric and Vernacular Translation in the Middle Ages"

    Mark Allen
    "Penitential Sermons, the Manciple, and the End of The Canterbury Tales"

    R. F. Yeager
    "Pax Poetica: On the Pacifism of Chaucer and Gower"

    Kurt Olsson
    "Securitas and Chaucer's Knight"

    Charles A. Owen, Jr.
    "Troilus and Criseyde: The Question of Chaucer's Revisions"

  • Volume 8 (1986)

    Macklin Smith
    "'Or I Wol Caste a Ston'"

    Louise O. Fradenburg
    "The Wife of Bath's Passing Fancy"

    Sara Disbrow
    "The Wife of Bath's Old Wives Tale"

    Hoyt N. Duggan
    "Alliterative Patterning as a Basis for Emendation in Middle English Alliterative Poetry"

    R. Vance Ramsey
    "Paleography and Scribes of Shared Training"

    Laurel Braswell
    "The Moon and Medicine in Chaucer's Time"

  • Proceedings, No. 2 (1986)

    Beryl Rowland
    "Elvyssh by His Contenaunce" (Presidential Address, 1986)

    Derek Pearsall
    "Criseyde's Choices" (Biennial Lecture, 1986)

    Russell A. Peck
    "Chaucer and the Imagination" (Keynote Address, 1986)

    Robert M. Jordan
    "Todorov, Vinsauf, and Chaucerian Textuality"

    John M. Ganim
    "Bakhtin, Chaucer, Carnival, Lent"

    Peggy A. Knapp
    "Deconstructing The Canterbury Tales: Pro"

    Traugott Lawler
    "Deconstructing The Canterbury Tales: Con"

    Thomas J. Garbáty
    "Chaucer, the Customs, and the Hainault Connection"

    William Askins
    "The Tale of Melibee and the Crisis at Westminster, November 1387"

    David Anderson
    "The Fourth Temple of The Knight's Tale: Athenian Clemency and Chaucer's Theseus"

    Mary Wack
    "Pandarus, Poetry, and Healing"

    George Kane
    "'Good' and 'Bad' Manuscripts: Texts and Critics"

    Monica E. McAlpine
    "To Chaucer Through Middle English"

    C. David Benson
    "Varieties of Religious Poetry in The Canterbury Tales: The Man of Law's Tale and The Clerk's Tale"

    A. C. Spearing
    "Al This Mene I Be Love"

    Mary J. Carruthers
    "Italy, Ars Memorativa, and Fame's House"

  • Volume 7 (1985)

    R. W. Hanning
    "Roasting a Friar, Mis-taking a Wife, and Other Acts of Textual Harassment in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales"

    John. M Bowers
    "The Tale of Beryn and The Seige of Thebes: Alternate Ideas of The Canterbury Tales"

    Charlotte C. Morse
    "The Exemplary Griselda"

    William Askins
    "The Historical Setting of The Manciple's Tale"

    John P. Hermann
    "Gesture and Seduction in Troilus and Criseyde"

    John B. Friedman
    "Richard de Thorpe's Astronomical Kalendar and the Luxury Book Trade at York"

  • Volume 6 (1984)

    D. W. Robertson, Jr.
    "The Wife of Bath and Midas"

    Chauncey Wood
    "Affective Stylistics and the Study of Chaucer"

    Caroline D. Eckhardt
    "The Art of Translation in The Romaunt of the Rose"

    Alan T. Gaylord
    "The 'Miracle' of Sir Thopas"

    Robert Adams
    "The Concept of Debt in The Shipman's Tale"

    Glending Olson
    "The Terrain of Chaucer's Sittingbourne"

    Laura Kendrick
    "Chaucer's House of Fame and the French Palais de Justice"

    R. F. Yeager
    "Literary Theory at the Close of the Middle Ages: William Caxton and William Thynne"

  • Proceedings, No. 1 (1984)

    Derek Brewer
    "The Reconstruction of Chaucer" (Presidential Address, 1984)

    Larry D. Benson
    "The 'Queynte' Punnings of Chaucer's Critics" (Biennial Lecture, 1984)

    Nicholas Havely
    " Tearing or Breathing? Dante's Influence on Filostrato and Troilus"

    David Wallace
    "Chaucer and the European Rose"

    James Wimsatt
    "Froissart, Chaucer, and the Pastourelles of the Pennsylvania Manuscript"

    Peter W. Travis
    "The Nun's Priest's Tale as Grammar-School Primer"

    Bella Millet
    "Chaucer, Lollius, and the Medieval Theory of Authorship"

    Alfred David
    "Recycling Anelida and Arcite: Chaucer as a Source for Chaucer"

    Anne Middleton
    "War by Other Means: Marriage and Chivalry in Chaucer"

    Laura Kendrick
    "Fame's Fabrication"

    J. Anthony Tuck
    "Carthusian Monks and Lollard Knights: Religious Attitude at the Court of Richard II"

    A. C. Spearing
    "Literal and Figurative in The Book of the Duchess"

    Denis Walker
    "Contentio: The Structural Paradigm of The Parliament of Fowls"

    Joerg O. Fichte
    "Womanly Noblesse and To Rosemounde: Point and Counterpiont of Chaucerian Love Lyrics"

    Robert M. Jordan
    "Vision, Pilgrimage, and Rhetorical Composition"

    H. Marshall Leicester, Jr.
    "The Wife of Bath as Chaucerian Subject"

    Glending Olson
    "Rhetorical Circumstances and the Canterbury Storytelling"

    Mark H. Infusino & Ynez Violé O'Neill
    "Arcite's Death and the New Surgery in The Knight's Tale"

    Peter Brown
    "An Optical Theme in The Merchant's Tale"

    Lorrayne Y. Baird-Lange
    "Trotula's Fourteenth-Century Reputation, Jankyn's Book, and Chaucer's Trot"

  • Volume 5 (1983)

    John H. Fisher
    "Chaucer’s Prescience" (Presidential Address, 1982)

    Jill Mann
    "Satisfaction and Payment in Middle English Literature"

    M. L. Samuels
    "The Scribe of the Hengwrt and Ellesmere Manuscripts of The Canterbury Tales"

    Thomas Hahn and Richard W. Kaeuper
    "Text and Context: Chaucer’s Friar’s Tale"

    Judith M. Davidoff
    "The Audience Illuminated, or New Light Shed on the Dream Frame of Lydgate's Temple of Glas"

    Jennifer R. Goodman
    "Chaucer’s Squire’s Tale and the Rise of Chivalry"

  • Volume 4 (1982)

    Paul Strohm
    "Chaucer’s Fifteenth Century Audience and the Narrowing of the ‘Chaucer Tradition’"

    Beryl Rowland
    "Pronuntiatio and its Effect on Chaucer’s Audience"

    J. C. Eade
    "'We ben to lewed or to slowe': Chaucer’s Astronomy and Audience Participation"

    George B. Killough
    "Punctuation and Caesura in Chaucer"

    David Anderson
    "Theban History in Chaucer's Troilus"

  • Volume 3 (1981)

    Charles Muscatine
    "What Amounteth Al This Wit?—Chaucer and Scholarship" (Presidential Address, 1980)

    Edward C. Schweitzer
    "Fate and Freedom in The Knight’s Tale"

    Sheila Delany
    "Politics and the Paralysis of the Poetic Imagination in The Physician’s Tale"

    J. A. Burrow
    "The Poet and Petitioner"

    Larry D. Benson
    "The Order of The Canterbury Tales"

  • Volume 2 (1980)

    Alice Miskimin
    "Prologue to the Presidential Address"

    E. Talbot Donaldson
    "Chaucer in the Twentieth Century" (Presidential Address, 1979)

    Stephen Knight
    "Chaucer and the Sociology of Literature"

    Paul A. Olson
    "The Parlement of Foules: Aristotle’s Politics and the Foundations of Human Society"

    Elizabeth Salter
    "Chaucer and Internationalism"

    Kenneth S. Cahn
    "Chaucer’s Merchants and the Foreign Exchange: An Introduction to Medieval Finance"

    Anne Middleton
    "The Clerk and His Tale: Some Literary Contexts"

  • Volume 1 (1979)

    Florence Ridley
    "The State of Chaucer Studies: A Brief Survey"

    Paul Strohm
    "Form and Social Statement in Confessio Amantis and The Canterbury Tales"

    Judith Grossman
    "The Correction of a Descriptive Schema: Some ‘Buts’ in Barbour and Chaucer"

    R. A. Shoaf
    "Notes towards Chaucer’s Poetics of Translation"

    Edmund Reiss
    "Chaucer and Medieval Irony"

    Alan T. Gaylord
    "Chaucer’s Dainty ‘Dogerel’: The ‘Elvyssh’ Prosody of Sir Thopas"

    Stephen Manning
    "Rhetoric, Game, Morality, and Geoffrey Chaucer"

    B. A. Windeatt
    "The Scribes as Chaucer’s Early Critics"

    George B. Pace and Linda E. Voigts
    "A Boece Fragment"