Book chapters

  • "Chaucer Among the Victorians." In: Oxford Handbook of Victorian Medievalism, ed. Joanna Parker. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019. [forthcoming]

  • “Innovating Graduate Education in Global Humanities in Technology-oriented Contexts.” In: Mission Driven: Reimagining Graduate Education for a Thriving Humanities Ecosystem, ed. S. Hartman and Y. Strakowsky (New York: MLA, 2019). [invited; in progress]

  • “Three Vignettes and a Castle: Medieval Atlanta.” In: The United States of Medievealism, ed. S. Aronstein and T. Pugh (Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2019). [invited; submitted]

  • "The Cathedral as Time Machine: Art, Architecture, and Religion." In: The Idea of the Gothic Cathedral. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Meanings of the Medieval Edifice in the Modern Period, ed. Stephanie Glaser (Turnhout: Brepols, 2018). 239-59. 

  • "The Return to Medievalism and the Future of Medieval Studies." In: Anglistentag 2016. Proceedings, ed. Ute Berns (Trier: WVT, 2017). 137-47.

  • "Beyond Sherwood: Robin Hood’s Global Appeal." In: Alte Helden – Neue Zeiten. Ed. A. Schindler. Würzburg: Köngshausen & Neumann, 2017. 13-25.

  • "Academic Medievalism and Nationalism." In: The Cambridge Companion to Medievalism, ed. L. D'Arcens. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2016. 119-134.

  • "Making Medievalism: A Critical Overview." In: Medievalism: Key Critical Terms, ed. E. Emery & R. Utz. Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2014. 1-10 [with E. Emery].

  • "Past, Present, and Neo." In: Humanistic Perspectives in a Technological World, ed. R. Utz. Atlanta: Georgia Inst. of Technology, 2014. 139-40. [prepub. version]

  • "Come Join Us in the Cloud." In: Humanistic Perspectives in a Technological World, ed. R. Utz. Atlanta: Georgia Inst. of Technology, 2014. 15-17.

  • "Robin Hood, Frenched," in: Medieval Afterlives in Popular Culture, ed. by Gail Ashton and Daniel T. Kline. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 145-58.

  • "A Moveable Feast: Repositionings of 'The Medieval' in Medieval Studies, Medievalism, and Neomedievalism." In: Neomedievalism in the Media: Essays on Film, Television, and Electronic Games. Ed. Carol L. Robinson & Pamela Clements. Lewiston: Mellen, 2012.

  • “Englische Philologie vs. English Studies: A Foundational Conflict.” In: Das Potential europäischer Philologien. Geschichte, Leistung, Funktion. Ed. Christoph König. Göttingen: Wallstein, 2009. 34-44. 

  • “Clemen Among the Chaucerians: Towards a Reception History of Der junge Chaucer.” In: Clemen im Kontext. Ein Beitrag zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte vor und nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg. Ed. Ina Schabert. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, 2009). 71-80.

  • “Writing Alternative Worlds: Rituals of Authorship in Late Medieval Theological and Literary Discourse.” In: Creations: Medieval Rituals, the Arts, and the Concept of Creation. Ed. Nils Holger Petersen, et al. Turnhout: Brepols, 2007. 121-38.

  • "A Bibliography of Medieval Latin Dictamen." In: Letter-Writing Manuals and Instruction from Antiquity to the Present. Ed. Carol Poster and Linda Mitchell. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2007. 285-300. (with Carol Poster)

  • “Eminent Chaucerians? Continuity and Transformation in German-Speaking Chaucer Philology, 1918-1948.” In: Anglistik: Research Paradigms and Institutional Policies, 1930-2000. Ed. Stephan Kohl. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2005. 25-43.

  • “Philosophy.” In: Chaucer: An Oxford Guide. Ed. Steve Ellis. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2005. 158-73.

  • “Remembering Ritual Murder: The Blood Accusation in Medieval and Contemporary Cultural Memory.” In: Genre and Ritual: The Cultural Heritage of Medieval Rituals. Ed. Eyolf Østrem, et al. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2005. 145-62.

  • “Das Zwillingspaar aus Chatwinshire: Bruce Chatwins antibinäre Utopie.” In: Paare und Paarungen. Festschrift für Werner Wunderlich. Ed. Ulrich Müller et al. Stuttgart: Heinz, 2004. 343-53.

  • “Gender and Time in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.” In: Homo Narrans. Texts and Essays in Honor of Jerome Klinkowitz. Ed. Zygmunt Mazur and R. Utz. Crácow: Jagiellonian UP, 2004. 193-206.

  • "Reflecting Love at Quite Its Natural Size: Doris Dörrie as a Writer." In: Straight Through the Heart: Doris Dörrie, German Filmmaker and Author, ed. Franz Birgel, Klaus Phillips and Christian-Albrecht Gollub. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2004. 177-87.

  • “Translationes Imperii:  Swan Songs, Adaptations, and New Beginnings in Third-Reich Chaucer Philology.” Anglistentag 2001 Wien, Proceedings. Ed. Dieter Kastovsky, et al. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2002. 253-63.

  • “Editing Chaucer: John Koch and the Forgotten Tradition.” In: ‘And gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche.’ Papers on Language and Literature in Honour of Prof. Dr. Karl Heinz Göller. Ed. Wladislaw Witalisz. Crácow: Jagiellonian UP, 2001. 17-26.

  • “Medievalism in the Modern World: Introductory Perspectives.” (with Tom Shippey). In: Medievalism in the Modern World: Essays in Honour of Leslie Workman. Ed. R. Utz and Tom Shippey. Making the Middle Ages, 1. Turnhout: Brepols, 1998. 1-13.

  • “‘Cleansing’ the Discipline: Ernst Robert Curtius and His Medievalist Turn.” In: Medievalism in the Modern World: Essays in Honour of Leslie Workman. Ed. R. Utz and Tom Shippey. Making the Middle Ages, 1. Turnhout: Brepols, 1998. 359-78.

  • “Speaking of Medievalism: An Interview with Leslie J. Workman.” In: Medievalism in the Modern World: Essays in Honour of Leslie Workman. Ed. R. Utz and Tom Shippey. Making the Middle Ages, 1. Turnhout: Brepols, 1998. 433-49.

  •  “Resistance to (The New) Medievalism? Comparative Deliberations on (National) Philology, Mediävalismus, and Mittelalter-Rezeption in Germany and North America.” The Future of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Problems, Trends, and Opportunities in Research. Ed. Roger Dahood. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 2. Turnhout: Brepols, 1998. 151-70.

  • “A Panel Discussion among Leslie J. Workman, T.A. Shippey, Allen J. Frantzen, Paul E. Szarmach, Richard J. Utz, and Arthur F. Kinney.” In: The Future of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Problems, Trends, and Opportunities in Research. Ed. Roger Dahood. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 2. Turnhout: Brepols, 1998. 3-18 (9-13).

  • “‘As writ myn auctour called Lollius’: Divine and Authorial Omnipotence in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde.” In: Nominalism and Literary Discourse: New Perspectives. Ed. Hugo Keiper, R. Utz, and Christoph Bode. Critical Studies, 10. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1997. 123-44.

  • “Literary Criticism and the Nation: The Nationalpsychologische Methode in German Anglistics. 1928-1955.” In: Moeurs et images, études d'imagologie européenne. Ed. Alain Montandon. Clermont-Ferrand: Centre de Recherches sur les Littératures Modernes et Contemporaines, 1997. 121-2

  • “Hugh von Lincoln und der Mythos vom jüdischen Ritualmord.” In: Herrscher-Helden-Heilige. Ed. Werner Wunderlich and Ulrich Müller. Konstanz: Universitätsverlag, 1996. 681-92.

  • “Reading/Teaching against the Grain: Literariness and Tarzan of the Apes in the Literature Classroom.” In: Investigating the Unliterary: Six Essays on Burrough's Tarzan of the Apes. Ed. R. Utz. Regensburg: Martzinek: 1995. 1-13.

  • “Negotiating the Paradigm: Literary Nominalism and the Theory and Practice of Re-Reading Late Medieval Texts.” In: Literary Nominalism and the Theory of Rereading Late Medieval Texts: A New Research Paradigm. Ed. R. Utz. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen, 1995. 1-30.

  • “Lexicography and Gender-Neutrality: Example Phrases and Sentences in Three Modern Dictionaries of English.” In: Language and Civilization: A Concerted Profusion of Essays and Studies in Honor of Otto Hietsch. Ed. Claudia Blank. Frankfurt-on-Main: Peter Lang, 1992. Vol. 2: 262-77.

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