Publications

Books

Mermaids of the British Isles. Forthcoming.

The Mermaid’s Tale: A Cultural History of Mermaids Through the Ages. Forthcoming.

John Hardyng’s Chronicle: The Second Version, Medieval Chronicles Series (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewe, forthcoming).

John Hardyng’s Chronicle. Edited from British Library MS Lansdowne 204, volume 2, Middle English Texts Series (Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications, forthcoming).

John Hardyng’s Chronicle. Edited from British Library MS Lansdowne 204, volume 1, Middle English Texts Series (Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications, 2015).

Book Contributions

‘Polemical History and The Wars of the Roses’, in The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Historical Writing: Britain and Ireland, 500-1500, ed. by Emily Steiner, Jennifer Jahner, and Elizabeth Tyler (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

‘John Hardyng’s Chronicle’, in The Albina Casebook, ed. by Christopher Baswell and Margaret Lamont (Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, forthcoming).

‘Staging Chaucer: Mike Poulton and the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales‘, in Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture, ed. by Gail Ashton (London: Continuum/Bloomsbury, 2015).

‘Anglo-Scottish Relations in John Hardyng’s Chronicle’, in ‘The Anglo-Scottish Border and the Shaping of Identity, 1300-1600, ed. by Mark P. Bruce and Katherine H. Terrell (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), pp. 69-86.

Entries on ‘Adam of Usk’, ‘Capgrave, John’, ‘Caxton, William’, Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire’,  ‘Chronicon Abbatiae Rameseiensis’, ‘Croftis, Thomas’, ‘Gower, John’,  ‘Hardyng, John’, ‘Historie of the Arrival of King Edward IV’, ‘John of Glastonbury’, ‘Knighton, Henry’, ‘Lives of Henry V’, ‘Lydgate, John’, ‘Malverne, John’, ‘New Croniclys’, ‘Robert of Gloucester’, ‘Rous, John’, ‘Short English Metrical Chronicle’, ‘Somer, John’, ‘Thomas Castleford’s Chronicle’, ‘Vale, John’, ‘Warkworth Chronicle’, and ‘Westminster Chronicle’, in Brill Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle, ed. by R. G. Dunphy (Leiden: Brill, 2010).

‘Genealogy and John Hardyng’s Verse Chronicle’, in Broken Lines: Genealogical Literature in Late-Medieval Britain and France, ed. by Raluca L. Radulescu and Edward Donald Kennedy, Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe 16 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), pp. 259-82.‘

‘Dynasty and Division: The Depiction of King and Kingdom in John Hardyng’s Chronicle’, in The Medieval Chronicle III: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on the Medieval Chronicle Doorn/Utrecht 12 – 17 July 2002, ed. by Erik Kooper (Rodopi: Amsterdam, 2004), pp. 149-70.

Journal Articles

‘British Library MS Arundel 249, Ricardus Franciscus and The Patronage of Tractatus de Quatour Virtutibus’, Electronic British Library Journal, forthcoming.

‘Chronicling the Fortunes of Kings: John Hardyng’s use of Walton’s Boethius, Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde, and Lydgate’s “King Henry VI’s Triumphal Entry into London”’, The Medieval Chronicle VII (2011), 167-203.

‘“Loke well about, ye that lovers be” (IMEV 1944) and a Sixteenth-Century Reader’s Response to John Hardyng’s Account of Joan of Kent’, Poetica, 69 (2008), 17-25.

‘Political Consciousness and the Literary Mind in Late Medieval England: Men “Brought up of Nought” in Vale, Hardyng, Mankind, and Malory,’ Studies in Philology, 105 (2008), 1-29.

‘“A Good Exampell to Avoide Diane”: Reader Responses to John Hardyng’s Chronicle in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries’, Poetica, 63 (2005), 19-35.

‘Adapting to Readeption in 1470-1471: The Scribe as Editor in a Unique Copy of John Hardyng’s Chronicle of England (Garrett MS. 142)’, The Princeton University Library Chronicle, 66:1 (2004), 140-72.

Digital Reference Works

Entries on ‘Adam of Usk’, ‘Capgrave, John’, ‘Caxton, William’, ‘Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire’,  ‘Chronicon Abbatiae Rameseiensis’, ‘Croftis, Thomas’, ‘Gower, John’,  ‘Hardyng, John’, ‘Historie of the Arrival of King Edward IV’, ‘John of Glastonbury’, ‘Knighton, Henry’, ‘Lives of Henry V’, ‘Lydgate, John’, ‘Malverne, John’, ‘New Croniclys’, ‘Robert of Gloucester’, ‘Rous, John’, ‘Short English Metrical Chronicle’, ‘Somer, John’, ‘Thomas Castleford’s Chronicle’, ‘Vale, John’, ‘Warkworth Chronicle’, and ‘Westminster Chronicle’, in  Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle.

‘John Hardyng’, The Literary Encyclopaedia. Published 11 September 2013.

Reviews

‘Charlotte Steenbrugge, Staging Vice. A Study of Dramatic Traditions in Medieval and Sixteenth-Century England and the Low Countries (Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2014)’, Queeste: Journal of Medieval Literature of the Low Countries (Uitgeverij Verloren, Hilversum, forthcoming).

‘Nicole D. Smith, Sartorial Strategies: Outfitting Aristocrats and Fashioning Conduct in Late Medieval Literature (Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2012)’, Modern Language Review, 109:4 (2014).

‘Meriel Connor, John Stone’s Chronicle. Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1417-1472, TEAMS Documents of Practice Series (Medieval Institute Publications: Western Michigan University, 2010)’, The Medieval Review (Medieval Studies Institute and the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University, Bloomington, 2011).

‘Matthew Giancarlo, Parliament and Literature in Late Medieval England (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2007)’, The Medieval Review (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Library, Scholarly Publishing Office, 2009).

Audio Books (Produced)

The Little Mermaid. Audio Book and Original Soundtrack.

Bisclavret: The Werewolf. Audio Book.

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