Publications 2015-2021

Books

Revisiting the Medieval North of England: Interdisciplinary Approaches, ed.Auer, Anita, Denis Renevey, Camille Marshall and Tino Oudesljuis, Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2019).

Late Medieval Devotional Compilations in England, ed. Marleen Cré, Diana Denissen and Denis Renevey, Medieval Church Studies 41 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2020).

Articles and Chapters of Books

– ‘Afterword’, Medicine, Religion and Genderin Medieval Culture, ed. Naoe Kukita Yoshikawa (Cambridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2015), pp. 237-48.

– ‘The Savoy’, A Literary History of Medieval Europe, 1348-1418, ed. David Wallace, vol. 2 (Oxford: OUP, 2016), pp. 125-39.

– ‘Mystical Writing’, Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Medieval British Literature, ed. Siân Echard and Robert Rouse (Oxford: john Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2017). http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9781118396957

– ‘The Emergence of Devotion to the Name of Jesus in the West’, Aspects of Knowledge: Preserving and Reinventing Traditions of Learning in the Middle Ages, ed. Marilina Cesario and Hugh Magennis (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018), pp. 142-162.

– ‘Grandson in the World: From the Pays de Vaud to Edward III’s Court’, Booldy bot meekly: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Translation in Honour of Roger Ellis, The Medieval Translator 14, ed. Catherine Batt and René Tixier (Turnhout: Brepols, 2018), pp. 363-377.

– ‘”Short song is good in ale”: Charles d’Orléans and Authorial Intentions in the Middle English Ballad 84’, Middle English Lyrics: New Readings of Short Poems, ed. Julia Boffey and Christiania Whitehead (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2018), pp. 201-210.

– ‘Introduction’, Revisiting the Medieval North of England: Interdisciplinary Approaches, ed. Auer, Anita, Denis Renevey, Camille Marshall and Tino Oudesljuis (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2019), pp. 1-12 .

– ‘Northern Spirituality Travels South: Rolle’s Middle English Encomium Oleum Effusum Nomen Tuum in Lincoln College Library, MS 91, and Dublin, Trinity College, MS 155’, Revisiting the Medieval North of England: Interdisciplinary Approaches, ed.Auer, Anita, Denis Renevey, Camille Marshall and Tino Oudesljuis (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2019), pp. 13-24.

– ‘Syre, we neuer yet tasted ne haue not dronke of our best wyne’: Late Medieval Popular Religion and the Sermon for the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus’, Medieval and Early Modern Religious Culture: Essays Honouring Vincent Gillespie on his 65th Birthday, ed. Laura Ashe and Ralph Hanna (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2019), pp. 167-82.

-‘Introduction’, Late Medieval Devotional Compilations in England, ed. Marleen Cré, Diana Denissen and Denis Renevey, Medieval Church Studies 41 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2020), pp. 1-24.

– ‘”Desyrable is thi name”: Fashioning the Name of Jesus in Some Devotional Compilations ’, Late Medieval Devotional Compilations in England, ed. Marleen Cré, Diana Denissen and Denis Renevey, Medieval Church Studies 41 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2020), pp. 291-308.

“Olde feble wymmen with perseuerance ouercome many longe pilgrimages”: Mapping the Feminine in Disce mori’, Studies in the Age of Chaucer 42 (2020), 351-64.

– ‘The Transformative Power of Breath: Contemplation, Music and Alternative Therapy, from Richard Rolle to Arnold Jacobs and Stanislav Grof’, The Life of Breath, Classical to Contemporary: Literature, Culture, and Medicine, ed. Jane Macnaughton, David Fuller, and Corinne Saunders (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021), pp. 111-29.

Book Reviews

– Review of Wendy Scase, The Making of the Vernon Manuscript: The Production and Contexts of Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Eng. poet. a. 1(Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), Bulletin Codicologique, 69 (2015), pp. 74-75.

– Review of Vincent Gillespie and Anne Hudson (eds), Probable Truth:Editing Medieval Texts from Britain in the Twenty-First Century (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), Bulletin Codicologique, 69 (2015), p. 102.

– Review of Cynthia Turner Camp, Anglo-Saxon Saint’s Lives as History Writing in Late Medieval England(Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2015), Bulletin Codicologique, 70 (2016), p.145.

– Review of Stephen Kelly and Ryan Perry (eds), Devotional Culture in Late Medieval England and Europe: Diverse Imaginations of Christ’s Life(Turnhout: Brepols, 2014), Bulletin Codicologique, 70 (2016), pp. 157-158.

– Review of Ralph Hanna, Editing Medieval Texts: An Introduction, Using Exemplary Materials Derived from Richard Rolle, ‘Super Canticum’, 4, Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2015), Bulletin Codicologique, 70 (2016).

– Review of Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Thelma Fenster and Delbert Russell (eds), Vernacular Theory from the French of Medieval England: Texts and Translations, c. 1120-c-1450 (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer 2016), Bulletin Codicologique, 71 (2017).

– Review of Claire W. Waters, Translating Clergie: Status, Education, and Salvation in Thirteenth-Century Vernacular Texts (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016), Bulletin Codicologique, 71 (2017).

Books Published as Series Editor, Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages

– Lazikani, Ayoush S., Cultivating the Heart: Feeling and Emotion in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Religious Texts (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2015).

– McCann, Kathrin, Anglo-Saxon Kingship and Political Power: Rex gratia Dei (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2018).

– McCann, Daniel, Soul-Health: Therapeutic Reading in Later Medieval England (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2018).

– Auer, Anita, Denis Renevey, Camille Marshall and Tino Oudesljuis, Revisiting the Medieval North of England: Interdisciplinary Approaches (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2019).

– Denissen, Diana, Middle English Devotional Compilations: Composing Imaginative Variations in Late Medieval England (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2019).

– Byron-Davies, Justin M., Revelation and the Apocalypse in Late Medieval Literature: The Writings of Julian of Norwich and William Langand, by Justin M. Byron-Davies. ( Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 2020).

– Dresvina, Juliana and Victoria Blud (eds), Cognitive Sciences and Medieval Studies: An Introduction (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2020).