Journal essays

  • “Medievalism, Anti-Semitism, and 21st-Century Media. An Update.” [Accepted for publication in Studies in Medievalism, 2019]

  •  "CHAUCER'IN GEÇ ORTAÇAĞ İNGİLTERE'SİNDE EDEBİ NOMİNALİZM: ÖNCÜ BİR PARADİGMAYA DOĞRU." Felsefe ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi [Journal of Philosophy and Social Sciences], 23 (2017): 370-78. Trans. Selena Erkizan, of “Literary Nominalism in Chaucer’s Late-Medieval England: Toward a Preliminary Paradigm.” The European Legacy (1997).

  • “(Neo)Medievalism is a Global Phenomenon: The Case for Including Russia.” The Year’s Work in Medievalism 32 (2017).

  • " Дивные новые медиевализмы?" ["Brave New Medievalism?] in New Literary Observer 117/1 (2018): 164-72. 

  • "Medievalism: Key Critical Terms: Another Response to Richard Trachsler." Revue Critique de la Philologie Romane 17 (2016): 160-65. [with E. Emery]

  • "Medievalism: A Critical History: A Response," Práticas da História. Journal on Theory, Historiography and Uses of the Past 3 (2016): 155-61.

  • "Residual Medievalisms: Historical Pageants in Eastern Bavaria," The Year's Work in Medievalism 31 (2016): 75-81.

  • "Jürgen Lodemann's Neo-Nibelungs," postmedieval 7:2 (2016): 289-92.

  • "Medievalism and the Subject of Religion." Studies in Medievalism 24 (2015): 11-19.

  • "'A clerk ther was of Rowan County also….' What the Kim Davis Case Tells Us About America’s Long Middle Ages." medievalists.net; and in The Medieval Magazine 32 (8 September 15): 36-8.

  • "Medievalism's Lexicon: Preliminary Considerations." Perspicuitas (2014).

  • "Can We Talk About Religion, Please? Medievalism’s Eschewal of Religion, and Why It Matters." The Year's Work in Medievalism 28 (2013) [pubd. 2014]

  • Quo vadis, English Studies? Philologie im Netz 69 (2014): 93–100. 

  • "The Good Corporation? Google's Medievalism and Why It Matters." Studies in Medievalism 23 (2013): 21-28. 

  • "Coming to Terms with Medievalism: Toward a Conceptual History." European Journal of English Studies 15.2 (2011): 101-13.

  • "Them Philologists: Philological Practices and Their Discontents from Nietzsche to Cerquiglini." The Year’s Work in Medievalism (2011): 4-12.

  • "Negotiating Heritage: Observations on Semantic Concepts, Temporality, and the Centre of the Study of the Cultural Heritage of Medieval Rituals," Philologie im Netz 58 (2011): 70-87.

  • "Pi(o)us Medievalism vs. Catholic Modernism: The Case of George Tyrell.” The Year’s Work in Medievalism (2010): 6-11.

  • “The Colony Writes Back: F.N. Robinson’s Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1933) and the Translatio of Chaucer Studies to the United States.” Studies in Medievalism 19 (2010): 160-203.

  • “Medievalitas Fugit: Medievalism and Temporality.” Studies in Medievalism 18 (2009): 31-43.

  • “Medieval Philology and Nationalism: The British and German Editors of Thomas of Erceldoune.” Florilegium: Journal of the Canadian Society of Medievalists/Société canadienne des médiévistes 23.2 (2006 [2008]): 27-45.

  • "The Chameleon Principle: Reflections on the Status of Arthurian Studies in the Academy," Arthuriana 17.4 (2007), 111-13.

  • “‘There Are Places I Remember’: Situating the Medieval Past in Postmedieval Cultural Memories.” Transfiguration: Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kunst og Kristendom 6.2 (2004 [2007]): 89-108.

  • “Medieval Scholarship in Englische Studien, Part I: Eugen Kölbing and the Foundational Period (1877-1899).” Erfurt Electronic Studies in English 12 (2006). 77pp. [text; bibliography]

  • “Chaucer and the Discourse of German Philology: An Addendum.” Perspicuitas (2004).

  • “Hic iacet Arthurus? Situating the Medieval King in Renaissance Memory.” Studies in Medievalism 15 (2006): 26-40.

  • “Will it Do to Say Anything More About Chaucer.” North American Review 291.6 (Nov./Dec. 2006): 50.   

  • “‘Mes souvenirs sont peut-être reconstruits’: Medieval Studies, Medievalism, and the Scholarly and Popular Memories of the ‘Right of the Lord’s First Night.’” Philologie im Netz 31 (2005): 49-59.   

  • “Medieval Nominalism and the Literary Questions: Selected Studies.” (with Terry Barakat), Perspicuitas (2004).

  • “Medievalism and Literature: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical Studies.” (with Aneta Dygon), Perspicuitas (2002).   

  • “When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth: A Short History of German Chaucerphilologie in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century.” Philologie im Netz 21 (2002): 54-62.

  • “Enthusiast or Philologist? Professional Discourse and the Medievalism of Frederick James Furnivall.” Studies in Medievalism 11 (2001): 189-211.

  • “The Medieval Cathedral: From Spiritual Site to National Super-Signifier.” The Year's Work in Medievalism 15 (2001): 73-82.

  • “Medievalism in the Making: A Bibliography of Leslie J. Workman.” The Year's Work in Medievalism 15 (2001): 127-31.

  • “The Medieval Myth of Jewish Ritual Murder: Toward a History of Reception.” The Year's Work in Medievalism 14 (2000): 23-36.   

  • “‘The Dead Are All Just Names Now’: Jeffrey Harrisons Gedicht ‘Reflection on the Vietnam War Memorial’ als Einstieg in die USamerikanische Vietnamproblematik im Englischunterricht.” Fremdsprachenunterricht 52.4 (1999): 175-78.

  • “Transubstantiation in Medieval and Early Modern Culture and Literature: An Introductory Bibliography of Critical Studies.” Disputatio 3 (1998): 236-55 (with Christine Baatz). 

  • “Contesting the Critical Site: Philology, Mittelalter-Rezeption, and Mediävalismus in Germany.” The Year's Work in Medievalism 10 (1999): 239-43.  

  • Sic et Non: Zu Funktion und Epistemologie des Sprichwortes bei Geoffrey Chaucer.” Das Mittelalter: Perspektiven mediävistischer Forschung 2.2 (1997): 31-43.   

  • “Inventing German(ic) Chaucer: The Interplay of Ideology and Philology in German Chaucer Studies.” Studies in Medievalism 8 (1997): 5-27.

  •  “Literary Nominalism in Chaucer's Late Medieval England.” The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms 2.2 (1997): 206-11.

  • “‘For all that comth, comth by necessitee.’ Chaucer's Critique of Fourteenth-Century Boethianism in Troilus and Criseyde IV, 957-958.” Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 21 (1996): 29-32.   

  • “Letter Writing in the Late Middle Ages: An Introductory Bibliography of Critical Studies.” Disputatio 1 (1996): 191-221 (with Janet Luehring).

  • “Nominalist Perspectives on Chaucer's Poetry: A Bibliographical Essay.” Medievalia et Humanistica, N.S. 20 (1993): 147-73 (with William H. Watts). 

  • “Mutiny in the Melting Pot: Multiculturalism and the Re-Discovery of Columbus.” Fremdsprachenunterricht 46.7 (Oct. 1993): 421-25. 

  • “Medievalism as Modernism: Alfred Andersch's Nominalist Littérature Engagée.” Studies in Medievalism 6 (1993): 76-91. 

  • “Typisch--Stereotypisch: Zur Darstellung von Mann und Frau in Lehrwerken des Englischen.” Fremdsprachenunterricht 45.5 (May/June, 1992): 233-36.

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