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Rahim Acar (NELC, 2002): Creation: A comparative study between Avicenna's and Aquinas' positions

Catherine Adoyo (Romance Languages, 2011): The order of all things: Mimetic craft in Dante's Commedia

Panagiotis Agapitos (Classics, 1990): Narrative structure in the Byzantine vernacular romances: A textual and literary study ofKallimachos, Belthandros and Libistros

Ahmad Ahmad (NELC, 2005): Structuralinterrelations of theory and practice in Islamic law: A study of Takhrīj al-Furūʻ ʻalá al-Uṣūl literature

Dimiter Angelov (History, 2002): Imperial ideology and political thought in Byzantium, 1204-ca. 1330

Diliana Angelova (History of Art, 2005): Gender and imperial authority in Rome and early Byzantium, first to sixth centuries

Zayde Antrim (History, 2005): Place and belonging in medieval Syria, 6th/12th to 8th/14th centuries

Sinān Antūn (NELC, 2006): The poetics of the obscene: Ibn al-Ḥajjāj and Sukhf

Kirsten Ataoguz (History of Art, 2007): The apostolic commissioning of the monks of Saint John in Müestair, Switzerland: painting and preaching in a Churraetian Monastery

Fatemeh Azinfar (Comparative Literature, 1999): Doubt, dissent and skepticism in the literary tradition of the medieval period

Patrick Baker (History, 2009): Illustrious men: Italian renaissance humanists on humanism

Bridget Balint (Classics, 2002): Hildebert of Lavardin's "Liber de querimonia" in its cultural context

Henry Bayerle (Comparative Literature, 2004): Speakers in the Latin historical epics of twelfth-century Italy

Dianne Bazell (Religion, 1991): Christian diet: A case study using Arnald of Villanova's De esu carnium

William Bennett (English, 1992): Interruptingthe word: Mankind and the politics of the vernacular

Robert Berkhofer (History, 1997): Monasticpatrimony, management and accountability in Northern France, ca. 1000-1200

Persis Berlekamp (History of Art, 2003): Wonders and their images in late medieval Islamic culture: "the wonders of creation" in Fars and Iraq, 1280-1388

Gabriella Berzin (Near Eastern Languages, 2010): The Medieval Hebrew version of psychology in Avicenna's Salvation (Al-Najāt)

Janna Bianchini (née Wasilewski) (History, 2007): Regina: The life of Berenguela of Castile, 1180-1246

Noël Bisson (Music, 1998): Englishpolyphony for the Virgin Mary: The votive antiphon, 1430-1500

Josiah Blackmore (History, 1992): FernãoLopes and the writing of history in the Crónica de D. João I

Emmanuel Bourbouhakis (Classics, 2006): "Not composed in a chance manner": The epitaphios for Manuel I Komnenos by Eustathius of Thessalonike: text, translation, commentary

Matthieu Boyd (Celtic, 2011): The source of enchantment: The Marvels of Rigomer (Les Mervelles de Rigomer) and the evolution of Celtic influence on medieval francophone storytelling

Nancy Breen (Celtic, 1999): Towards an edition of Di astud chirt ⁊ dligid

Benjamin Bruch (Celtic, 2005): Du gveras a.b.c/An pen can hanna yv d: Cornish verse forms and the evolution of Cornish prosody, c. 1350-1611

Christopher Cannon (English, 1993): The making of Chaucer's English: A study in the formation of a literary language

William Carroll (Germanic Languages, 1995): Latineducation and secular German literature: An analysis of Latin grammar instruction and its influence on middle high German poets

Gary Cestaro (Romance Languages, 1990): The whip and the wet nurse: Dante's De vulgari eloquentia and the psychology of grammar in the Middle Ages

Kathryn Chadbourne (Celtic, 1999): The otherworld procession in Irish and Welsh literature and folklore

Christina Chance (Celtic, 2010): Imaginingempire: Maxen Wledic, Arthur, and Charlemagne in Welsh literature after the Edwardian conquest

Horacio Chiong Rivero (Romance Languages, 2002): Maker of masks: Fray Antonio de Guevara's pseudo-historical fictionalizations

Jeffrey Cohen (English, 1992): The tradition of the giant in early England: A study of the monstrous in folklore, theology, history and literature

William Cole (Romance Languages, 1991): Romance to tragedy: A comparative study of the Tristan poems of Béroul and Gottfried

Jonathan Conant (History, 2004): Staying Roman: Vandals, Moors, and Byzantines in late antique North Africa, 400-700

Alan Cooper (History, 1998): Obligation and jurisdiction: Roads and bridges in medieval England (c. 700-1300)

Michael Cooperson (NELC, 1994): The heirs of the prophets in classical Arabic biography

Jason Crawford (English, 2008): Personification and its discontents: Studies from Langland to Bunyan

Barbara Croken (NELC, 1990): Zabîd under the Rasulids of Yemen, 626-858 AH/ 1229-1454 AD

Michael Cuthbert (Music, 2006): Trecento fragments and polyphony beyond the codex

Philip Daileader (History, 1996): The medieval community of Perpignan, 1162-1397

Jennifer Davis (History, 2007): Patterns of power: Charlemagne and the invention of medieval rulership

Anthony D'Elia (History, 2000): In praise of matrimony: Italian renaissance humanists on marriage and sexual pleasure

Susan Deskis (English, 1991): Proverbial backgrounds to the sententiae of Beowulf

Mark DeStephano (Romance Languages, 1995): Feudalrelations in the Poema de mío Cid: Comparative perspectives in medieval Spanish and French epic

Alnoor Dhanani (History of Science, 1991): Kalāmand Hellenistic cosmology: Minimal parts in Basrian Muʻtazilī atomism

Giorgio DiMauro (Slavic Languages, 2002): The furnace, the crown, and the serpent: Images of Babylon in Muscovite Rus'

Carol Dover (Romance Languages, 1990): Nature, nurture and the hero: Narrating identity in the old French prose Lancelot

Simon Doubleday (History, 1996): The Laras: An aristocratic family in the kingdoms of Castile and León, 1075-1361

David Drogin (History of Art, 2003): Representations of Bentivoglio authority: Fifteenth-century painting and sculpture in the Bentivoglio Chapel, San Giacomo Maggiore, Bologna

Ivan Drpić (History of Art, 2011): Kosmos of verse: Epigram, art, and devotion in later Byzantium

Mary Dunn (Religion, 2008): Sainte-Anne-du-Petit-Cap: The making of an early modern shrine

Leslie Dunton-Downer (Comparative Literature, 1992): The obscene poetic self in Rutebeuf and Chaucer

Koray Durak (History, 2008): Commerce and networks of exchange between the Byzantine Empire and the Islamic Near East from the early ninth century to the arrival of the Crusaders

Nadia El Cheikh (History, 1992): Byzantiumviewed by the Arabs

Ahmed El Shamsy (Middle Eastern Studies, 2009): From tradition to law: The origins and early development of the Shāfi‘ī School of Law in ninth-century Egypt

Daphna Ephrat (NELC, 1993): The Sunni ʻulamaʾof eleventh-century Baghdad and the transmission of knowledge: A social history

Charlene Eska (née Shipman) (Celtic, 2006): An edition of Cáin Lánamna: An Old Irish tract on marriage and divorce law

Pauline Eskenasy (NELC, 1991): Antonyof Tagrit's Rhetoric book one: Introduction, partial translation, and commentary

Marilina Falzarano (Romance Languages, 1999): Il volgarizzamento dei seitte salmi penitenziali di Simone Da Cascina

Lianna Farber (English, 1998): Legitimacyin late medieval England

Feng Xiang (English, 1990): Chaucerand the Romaunt of the Rose: A new study in authorship

Justine Firnhaber-Baker (History, 2007): Guerram publice et palem faciendo: Local war and royal authority in late medieval southern France

Timothy Fitzgerald (Middle Eastern Studies, 2009): Ottoman methods of conquest: Legal imperialism and the city of Aleppo, 1480-1570

Hugh Fogarty (Celtic, 2005): A critical edition of the Middle Irish saga Aided Guill meic Carbada ocus Aided Gairb Glinni Rígi

Sheryl Forste-Gruppe (Comparative Literature, 1996): Signifyingacts: Writing in the Middle English romances

Katherine Forsyth (Celtic, 1996): The Ogham inscriptions of Scotland: An edited corpus

Elizabeth Fowler (English, 1992): The contingencies of person: Studies in the poetic and legal conceits of early modern England

Shirin Fozi (History of Art, 2010): The body recast and revived: Figural tomb sculpture in the Holy Roman Empire, 1080--1160

Brian Frykenberg (Celtic, 1994): Poetry of Suibne Geilt and St. Mo-Ling from Brussels Bibliothèque Royale MS. 5100-04

Bruce Fudge (NELC, 2003): The major Qurʼān commentary of al-Ṭabrisī (d. 548/1154)

John Gagné (History, 2008): French Milan: Citizens, occupiers, and the Italian Wars, 1499-1529

Sophia Georgiopoulou (Classics, 1990): Theodore II Dukas Laskaris (1222-1258) as an author and an intellectual of the XIIIth century

Kelly Gibson (History, 2011): Rewriting history: Carolingian reform and controversy in biographies of saints

Luis Girón Negrón (Religion, 1997): Alfonsode la Torre's Visión deleytable: Philosophical rationalism and the religious imagination in fifteenth-century Spain

Roberto Gonzalez-Casanovas (Romance Languages, 1990): Predicación y narrativa en Ramón Llull: De imagen a semejanza enBlanquerna

Rachel Goshgarian (History, 2008): Beyond the social and the spiritual: Redefining the urban confraternities of late medieval Anatolia

Jeffrey Gross (English, 1991): "Such stuff as dreams are made on": The poetics of narrative voice in Chaucer's Book of the Duchess

Rosemary Hale (Religion, 1992): Imitatio Mariae: Motherhood motifs in late medieval German spirituality

Leor Halevi (Middle Eastern Studies, 2002): Muhammad's grave: Death, ritual and society in the early Islamic world

Cynthia Hall (History of Art, 2002): Treasury book of the passion: Word and image in the Schatzbehalter

Elizabeth Haluska-Rausch (History, 1998): Family, property, and power: Women in medieval Montpellier, 985-1213

John Harkness (Linguistics, 1991): An approach to the metrical behavior of Old English verbs

Kyle Harper (History, 2007): Slavery in the late ancient Mediterranean

MargaretHealy-Varley (English, 2011): Anselm's fictions and the literary afterlife of the Proslogion

Erik Heinrichs (History, 2009): The plague cure: Physicians, clerics and the reform of healing in Germany, 1473--1650

Samantha Herrick (History, 2002): Imagining the sacred past in hagiography of early Normandy: The Vita Taurini, Vita Vigoris and Passio Nicasii

Seth Hindin (History of Art, 2011): History and ethnic commitment in the visual culture of medieval Bohemia, ca. 1200-ca. 1420

Elisabeth Hodges (Romance Languages, 2002): City views: Writing and the topography of Frenchness and the Renaissance

Megan Holmes (History of Art, 1993): Frate Filippo Di Tommaso Dipintore: Fra Filippo Lippi and Florentine Renaissance religious practices

Katharine Horsley (English, 2004): Poeticvisions of London civic ceremony, 1360-1440

Gregory Hutcheson (Romance Languages, 1993): Marginality and empowerment in Baena's Cancionero

John Hutton (History of Art, 1992): Ruralbuildings in Netherlandish painting, ca. 1420-1570

Sarah Insley (Classics, 2011): Constructing a sacred center: Constantinople as a holy city in early Byzantine literature

Kathryn Izzo (Celtic, 2007): The Old Irish hymns of the Liber Hymnorum: A study of vernacular hymnody in medieval Ireland

Angela Jaffray (NELC, 2000): At the threshold of philosophy: A study of al-Fārābī's introductory works on logic

Paul Jefferiss (Celtic, 1991): Literarytheory and criticism in medieval Ireland

Geraldine Johnson (History of Art, 1994): In the eye of the beholder: Donatello's sculpture in the life of Renaissance Italy

Aled Jones (Celtic, 2011): Ol wrth ol attor ar eu hennyd: Political Prophecy in the Earliest Welsh Manuscripts, c. 1250-c. 1540

Lars Jones (History of Art, 1999): Visio divina, exegesis, and beholder-image relationships in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Indications from donor figure representations

Danielle Joyner (History of Art, 2007): A timely history: Images and texts in the Hortus Deliciarum

Kathryn Karczewska (Romance Languages, 1996): In days of future past: Prophecy and knowledge in the French vulgate grail legends

Dimitris Kastritsis (Middle Eastern Studies, 2005): The Ottoman interregnum (1402-1413): Politics and narratives of dynastic succession

David Keck (History, 1992): The angelology of Saint Bonaventure and the harvest of medieval angelology

Craig Kennedy (History, 1994): The Juchids of Muscovy: A study of personal ties between émigré Tatar dynasts and the Muscovite grand princes in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries

Elaheh Kheirandish (History of Science, 1991): The medieval Arabic tradition of Euclid's Optika

Nuha Khoury (History of Art, 1992): The mihrab concept: Palatial themes in early Islamic religious architecture

Ji-Hyun Kim (Romance Languages, 2005): For a modern medieval literature: Gaston Paris, courtly love, and the demands of modernity

MargaretKim (English, 2000): Visions of theocratics: The discourse of politics and the primacy of religion in Piers Plowman

Bettina Kimpton (Celtic, 2006): An edition of Brislech mór maige murthemni

Irit Kleiman (Romance Languages, 2003): Traitor, author, text: Four late medieval narratives of betrayal

† Elka Klein (History, 1996): Power and patrimony: The Jewish community of Barcelona, 1050-1250

Yaron Klein (NELC, 2009): Musicalinstruments as objects of meaning in classical Arabic poetry and philosophy

Jennifer Knight (Celtic, 2011): Self and society in early Irish literature

Adam Kosto (History, 1996): Making and keeping agreements in medieval Catalonia, 1000-1200

Thomas Kozachek (Music, 1995): The repertory of chant for dedicating churches in the Middle Ages: Music, liturgy, and ritual

Aden Kumler (History of Art, 2007): Visual translation, visible theology: Illuminated compendia of spiritual instruction in late medieval France and England

Demetrios Kyritses (History, 1997): The Byzantine aristocracy in the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries

Justin Lake (Classics, 2008): Rhetorical and narrative studies on the Historiae of Richer of Saint-Remi

Christian Lang (Religion, 2006): Executingjustice in Sunnī Islam: Historical, poetical, eschatological and legal dimensions of punishment under the Saljūqs (1055-1194 CE)

Heather Larson (Celtic, 1999): The women's voice in Gaelic poetry

Marc Laureys (Classics, 1992): An edition and study of Giovanni Cavallini's Polistoria de virtutibus et dotibus Romanorum

Eric Lawee (NELC, 1993): "Inheritance of the fathers": Aspects of Isaac Abarbanel's stance towards tradition

Lisa Lawrence (Religion, 2002): The Irish and the incarnation: Images of Christ in the Old Irish poems of Blathmac

F. Dominic Longo (Religion, 2011): Spiritual grammar: A comparative theological study of Jean Gerson's Donatus moralizatus and Abd al Karim al-Qushayri's Nahw al-qulub

William Layher (Germanic Languages, 1999): Queen Eufemia's legacy: Middle low German literary culture, royal patronage, and the first old Swedish epic (1301)

Anne Lea (Celtic, 1995): Contextualizing the Gorhoffeddau: A study in the intellectual background of two medieval Welsh poems

Christina Linklater (Music, 2006): Popularity, presentation and the Chansonnier Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Benjamin Liu (Romance Languages, 1996): Equivocalpoetics and cultural ambiguity in the Cantigas d'escarnho e de mal dizer

Christopher Livanos (Comparative Literature, 2001): Greek and Latin traditions in the work of George Gennadios Scholarios

Sally Livingston (Comparative Literature, 2008): Owning property, being property: Medieval and modern women shape the narratives of marriage

Diana Luft (Celtic, 2004): Medieval Welsh translation: The case of Ymddiddan Selyf a Marcwlff

Bernard Lumpkin (Comparative Literature, 1999): The making of a medieval outlaw: Code and community in the Robin Hoodlegend

Amanda Luyster (History of Art, 2003): Courtly images far from court: The family Saint-Floret, representation, and romance

Evan MacCarthy (Music, 2010): Music and learning in early Renaissance Ferrara, c. 1430-1470

Patricia Malone (Celtic, 2009): "Entirely outside the world": Rhetoric, legitimacy, and identity in the biography of Gruffudd ap Cynan

† Laurance Maney (Celtic, 1999): High-kings and holy men: Hiberno-Latin hagiography and the Uí Néill kingship, ca. 650-750

Craig Martin (History of Science, 2002): Interpretation and utility: The renaissance commentary tradition on Aristotle'sMeteorologica IV

Fay Martineau (Divinity, 2006): Envisioningheaven with faith, imagination, and historical relevance: Selected writings from early and medieval Christianity

Zachary Matus (Religion, 2010): Heaven in a bottle: Franciscan apocalypticism and the elixir, 1250-1360

Maria Mavroudi (Byzantine Studies, 1998): The so-called Oneirocriticon of Achmet: A Byzantine book on dream interpretation and its Arabic sources

Anne McClanan (History of Art, 1998): Empress, image, state: Imperial women in the early medieval world

Nancy McKinley (English, 1991): Poetry vs. paraphrase: The artistry of Genesis A

James McMenamin (Romance Languages, 2008): The sequence "beginning-middle-end," Dante and Petrarch

Lawrence Morris (Comparative Literature, 2002): Veritas and literary fiction in the hagiography of the pre-Norman British Isles

Paula Molloy (Anthropology, 1993): Cod, commerce, and climate: A case study from late medieval/early modern Iceland

Elizabeth Mozzillo-Howell (Romance Languages, 1998): Dante's art of reason: A study of medieval logic and semantics in theMonarchy

Aisha Musa (NELC, 2004): A study of early and contemporary Muslim attitudes toward Hadīth as scripture with translation of al-Shāfiʹī's Kitāb Jimāʹ al-ʹIlm

Emire Muslu (Middle Eastern Studies, 2007): Ottoman-Mamluk relations: Diplomacy and perceptions

Erez Naaman (NELC, 2009): Literatureand literary people at the court of Al-Ṣāḥib Ibn 'Abbād

Alexander Nagel (History of Art, 1993): Michelangelo, Raphael and the altarpiece tradition

Rae Ann Nager (Comparative Literature, 1990): The Poetria nova as a poetics: Geoffrey of Vinsauf's Lex sit danda poetis

Nevra Necipoglu (History, 1990): Byzantium between the Ottomans and the Latins: A study of political attitudes in the late Palaiologan period, 1370-1460

Ingrid Nelson (English, 2010): The lyric in England, 1200-1400

Mark Nevins (English, 1993): The literature of curiosity: Geographical and exploration writings in early northern Europe

Lena Norrman (Germanic Languages, 2006): Women's voices, power, and performance in Viking Age Scandinavia

Barnaby Nygren (History of Art, 1999): The monumental saint's tomb in Italy, 1260-1520

Lisi Oliver (Linguistics, 1995): The language of the early English laws

Katharine Olson (Celtic, 2008): Fire from heaven: Popular religion and society in Wales, c. 1400--1603

Julie Orlemanski (English, 2010): Symptomatic subjects: Diagnosis, narrative, and embodiment in Middle English literature

Ada Palmer (History, 2009): Reading Lucretius in the Renaissance

Cameron Partridge (Divinity, 2008): Transfiguring sexual difference in Maximus the Confessor

Stephen Partridge (English, 1992): Glossesin the manuscripts of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales: An edition and commentary

Gregory Pass (History, 1996): Source studies in the early secular lordship of the bishops of Mende

Jennifer Paxton (History, 1999): Charter and chronicle in twelfth-century England: The house-histories of the Fenland abbeys

Bissera Pentcheva (History of Art, 2001): Images and icons of the virgin and their public in middle Byzantine Constantinople

Kristin Peterson (History of Science, 1993): Translatio libri Avicennae De viribus cordis et medicinis cordialibus Arnaldi de Villanova

Susan Phillips (English, 1999): Gossip's work: the problems and pleasures of not-so-idle talk in late medieval England

Simone Pinet (Romance Languages, 2002): Archipelagoes: insularity and fiction in medieval and early modern Spain

Prydwyn Piper (Celtic, 2001): Mabinogi Iessu Grist: An edition and study of the Middle Welsh translations of the apocryphal LatinPseudo-Matthaei evangelium

Amy Powell (History of Art, 2004): Repeated forms: Rogier van der Weyden's Descent from the Cross and its "copies"

Francisco Prado-Vilar (History of Art, 2002): In the shadow of the Gothic idol: The Cantigas de Santa Maria and the imagery of love and conversion

Debra Prager (Germanic Languages, 2003): Orienting the self: Encounters with the Eastern other in German narrative fiction

Jennifer Pruitt (History of Art, 2009): Fatimidarchitectural patronage and changing sectarian identities (969-1021)

Ghada Qaddumi (NELC, 1990): A medieval Islamic book of gifts and treasures: Translation, annotation, and commentary on theKitāb al-Hadāyā wa al-tuḥaf

Tahera Qutbuddin (NELC, 1999): Al-Mua̓yyad fī al-Dīn al-Shīrāzī: Founder of a new tradition of Fatimid Dawa poetry

Lynn Ramey (Romance Languages, 1997): Christians and Saracens: Imagination and cultural interaction in the French Middle Ages

Chase Robinson (History, 1992): The early Islamic history of Mosul

James Robinson (NELC, 2002): Samuel Ibn Tibbon's Commentary on Ecclesiastes

Nicolas Rofougaran (History of Science, 2000): Avicennaand Aquinas on individualism

Maria Roglieri (Romance Languages, 1994): "Uror, et in uaco pectore regnat amor": The influence of Ovid's amatory works on Dante's Vita nuova and Commedia

Panagiotis Roilos (Classics, 1999): Generic modulations in the medieval Greek learned novels

Maria Romagnoli (Romance Languages, 1996): Andreas Capellanus: Issues of identity, reception and audience

John Romano (History, 2007): Ritual and society in early medieval Rome

Elizabeth Ross (History of Art, 2004): Picturing knowledge and experience in the early printed book: Reuwich's illustrations for Breydenbach's Pereginatio in terram sanctam (1486)

Gidon Rothstein (NELC, 2003): Writing Midrash Avot: The change that three fifteenth century exegetes introduced to Avotinterpretation, its impact and origins

Leyla Rouhi (Romance Languages, 1995): A comparative typology of the medieval go-between in light of Western-European, Near-Eastern, and Spanish cases

Elisha Russ-Fishbane (NELC, 2009): Between politics and piety: Abraham Maimonides and his times

Stephen Ryan (NELC, 2001): Studies in Bar Salibi's commentary on the Psalms

Claire Sahlin (Religion, 1996): Birgitta of Sweden and the voice of prophecy: A study of gender and religious authority in the later Middle Ages

Elizabeth Scala (English, 1994): Absentnarratives: Medieval literature and textual repression

Rebecca Schoff (English, 2004): Freedomfrom the press: Reading and writing in late medieval England

Iklil Selcuk (Middle Eastern Studies, 2009): Stateand society in the marketplace: A study of late fifteenth-century Bursa

Mark Sendor (NELC, 1994): The emergence of the Provençal kabbalah: Rabbi Isaac the Blind's Commentary on Sefer Yeẓirah

Daniel Sheffield (NELC, 2012): In the Path of the Prophet: Medieval and early modern narratives of the Life of Zarathustra in Islamic Iran and western India

Maryann Shenoda (History, 2010): LamentingIslam, imagining persecution: Copto-Arabic opposition to islamization and arabization in Fatimid Egypt (969-1171 CE)

James Skedros (Divinity, 1996): St. Demetrios of Thessaloniki: Civic patron and divine protector (4th-7th c. CE)

Ewa Slojka (Comparative Literature, 2006): The pious knight: Crusading ideals, purgatory, and grail romances

Laura Smoller (History, 1991): History, prophecy, and the stars: The Christian astrology of Pierre d'Ailly, 1350-1420

Theoharis Stavrides (History, 1996): The Ottoman Grand Vezir Mahmud Pasha Angelovic (1453-1474)

Daniel Stein Kokin (History, 2006): The Hebrew question in the Italian Renaissance: Linguistic, cultural, and mystical perspectives

Gregg Stern (Religion, 1995): MenahemHa-Meiri and the second controversy over philosophy

Kristen Stilt (Middle Eastern Studies, 2004): The muḥtasib, law, and society in early Mamluk Cairo and Fustat (648-802/1250-1400)

David Strain (English, 1992): Occasionalpoetics: The politics and poetics of fiction in Chaucer's House of Fame, Parliament of Fowls, and Legend of Good Women

Anne Stone (Music, 1994): Writingrhythm in late medieval Italy: Notation and musical style in the manuscript Modena, Biblioteca estense, Alpha.M.5.24

Justin Stover (Classics, 2011): ReadingPlato in the twelfth century: A study on the varieties of Plato's reception in the Latin west before 1215

Carol Symes (History, 1999): The makings of a medieval stage: Theatre and the culture of performance in thirteenth-century Arras

Emily Tai (History, 1996): Honor among thieves: Piracy, restitution, and reprisal in Genoa, Venice, and the crown of Catalonia-Aragon, 1339-1417

Adena Tanenbaum (NELC, 1993): Poetry and philosophy: The idea of the soul in Andalusian Piyyut

Nathaniel Taylor (History, 1995): The will and society in medieval Catalonia and Languedoc, 800-1200

Anne Thayer (Religion, 1996): Penitence and preaching on the eve of the Reformation: A comparative overview from frequently printed model sermon collections, 1450-1520

Lucille Thibodeau (Comparative Literature, 1990): The relation of Peter Abelard's Planctus Dinae to biblical sources and exegetic tradition: A historical and textual study

Jane Tolmie (English, 2001): Persuasion: Blood-feud, romance and the disenfranchised

Timothy Tomasik (Romance Languages, 2003): Textual tastes: The invention of culinary literature in early modern France

Deborah Tor (Middle Eastern Studies, 2002): From holy warriors to chivalric order: The Ayyars in the eastern Islamic world, A.D. 800-1055

Nicolette Trahoulia (History of Art, 1997): The Venice Alexander romance, Hellenic Institute codex Gr. 5: A study of Alexander the Great as an imperial paradigm in Byzantine art and literature

Nicolas Trépanier (History, 2008): Food as a window into daily life in fourteenth century Central Anatolia

Elly Truitt (History of Science, 2007): From magic to mechanism: Medieval automata, 1100--1550

Raquel Ukeles (Religion, 2006): Innovationor deviation: Exploring the boundaries of Islamic devotional law

Phillip Usher (Romance Languages, 2004): The Holy Lands in early modern literature: Negotiations of Christian geography and textual space

Claire Valente (History, 1997): Generationsof revolt: Reform, rebellion, and political society in later medieval England, 1258-1415

Bruce Venarde (History, 1992): Women, monasticism, and social change: The foundation of nunneries in Western Europe, c. 890-c. 1215

Paolo de Ventura (Romance Languages, 2003): Dramma e dialogo nella Commedia di Dante

Nargis Virani (NELC, 1999): "I am the nightingale of the merciful": Macaronic or upside-down? The mulammaʻāt of Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī

Alicia Walker (History of Art, 2004): Exotic elements in middle Byzantine secular art and aesthetics, 843-1204 C.E.

Jeffrey Webb (History, 2009): Cathedrals of words: Bishops and the deeds of their predecessors in Lotharingia, 950--1100

Jessica Weiss (Comparative Literature, 2003): Herbertof Bosham's Liber melorum: Literature and sacred sciences in the twelfth century

Amanda Wesner (Music, 1992): The chansons of Loyset Compère: Authenticity and stylistic development

Dan Wiley (Celtic, 2000): An edition of Aided Diarmata meic Cerbaill from the Book of Uí Maine

Emily Wood (History, 2009): The execution of papal justice in northern France, 1145-1198

Jeffrey Woolf (NELC, 1991): The life and responsa of Rabbi Joseph Colon b. Solomon Trabotto (Maharik)

Annelies Wouters (Classics, 2003): The meaning of formal structure in Peter Abelard's Collationes

Lisa Wurtele (née Karp) (NELC, 1992): Sahlb. Hârǔn: The man and his contribution to 'adab

Suzan Yalman (History of Art, 2011): Building the Sultanate of Rum: Memory, urbanism and mysticism in the architectural patronage of 'Ala al-Din Kayqubad (r. 1220-1237)

Hikmet Yaman (NELC, 2008): The concept of hikmah in early Islamic thought

Anna Zayaruznaya (Music, 2010): Form and idea in the Ars Nova motet

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