Speculum
A Journal of Medieval Studies
vol. 50, 1975– vol. 83, 2008

 

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Speculum 50, 1975

David R. Bates, The Character and Career of Odo, Bishop of Bayeux (1049/50-1097), in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 1 {sj}

Rodney M. Thomson, An English Eyewitness of the Peace of Venice, 1177, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 21 {sj}

Willene B. Blark, A Reunited Bible and Thirteenth-Century Illumination in Northern France, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 33 {sj}

Francis P. Magoun Jr.; Tauno F. Mustanoja, Chaucer's Chimera: His Proto-Surrealist Portrait of Fame, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 48 {sj}

Alexandra F. Johnston, The Plays of the Religious Guilds of York: The Creed Play and the Pater Noster Play, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 55 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 91 {sj}

John F. Benton, Philology's Search for Abelard in the Metamorphosis Goliae, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 199 {sj}

Ethel Cardwell Higonnet, Spiritual Ideas in the Letters of Peter of Blois, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 218 {sj}

Nicholas H. Steneck, A Late Medieval Arbor Scientiarum, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 245 {sj}

Clifford Davidson, The Realism of the York Realist and the York Passion, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 270 {sj}

Leonard E. Boyle; Richard H. Rouse, A Fifteenth-Century List of the Books of Edmund Norton, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 284 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 289 {sj}

Kenneth John Conant, Cluny Studies, 1968-1975, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 383 {sj}

Jon N. Sutherland, The Idea of Revenge in Lombard Society in the Eighth and Tenth Centuries: The Cases of Paul the Deacon and Liudprand of Cremona, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 391 {sj}

Charles T. Davis, Roman Patriotism and Republican Propaganda: Ptolemy of Lucca and Pope Nicholas III, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 411 {sj}

Norman P. Zacour, Papal Regulation of Cardinals' Households in the Fourteenth Century, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 434 {sj}

Susan Gallick, A Look at Chaucer and His Preachers, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 456 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 477 {sj}

Stephan Kuttner, A Time for Reflection, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 581 {sj}

Jere L. Bacharach, The Career of Muhammad ibn Tughi al-Ikhshid, a Tenth-Century Governor of Egypt, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 586 {sj}

Aryeh Grabois, The Hebraica Veritas and Jewish-Christian Intellectual Relations in the Twelfth Century, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 613 {sj}

Elena Lourie, The Will of Alfonso I, "El Batallador," King of Aragon and Navarre: A Reassessment, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 635 {sj}

Mary Hynes-Berry, Cohesion in King Horn and Sir Orfeo, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 652 {sj}

Michael T. Clanchy, Moderni in Education and Government in England, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 671 {sj}

Nancy G. Siraisi, The Music of Pulse in the Writings of Italian Academic Physicians (Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries), in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 689 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 50, 1975, p. 711 {sj}


Speculum 51, 1976

Stephen Gero, The Resurgence of Byzantine Iconoclasm in the Ninth Century, According to a Syriac Source, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 1 {sj}

Douglas Kelly, Fortune and Narrative Proliferation in the Berinus, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 6 {sj}

Don Denny, Some Narrative Subjects in the Portal Sculpture of Auxerre Cathedral, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 23 {sj}

Kenneth Pennington, The Canonists and Pluralism in the Thirteenth Century, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 35 {sj}

Patrick Gallacher, Food, Laxatives and Catharsis in Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 49 {sj}

Davis Taylor, The Terms of Love: A Study of Troilus's Style, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 69 {sj}

Paul D. Solon, Valois Military Administration on the Norman Frontier, 1445-1461: A Study in Medieval Reform, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 91 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 112 {sj}

Paul Meyvaert, The Solution to Old English Riddle 39, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 195 {sj}

C. Warren Hollister, Normandy, France and the Anglo-Norman Regnum, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 202 {sj}

Bernard F. Reilly, The Chancery of Alfonso VII of León-Castilla: The Period 1116-1135 Reconsidered, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 243 {sj}

Lewis Jillings, Ordeal by Combat and the Rejection of Chivalry in Diu Crône, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 262 {sj}

Denise N. Baker, The Priesthood of Genius: A Study of the Medieval Tradition, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 277 {sj}

Martha S. Waller, The Physician's Tale: Geoffrey Chaucer and Fray Juan García de Castrojeriz, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 292 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 307 {sj}

Archibald R. Lewis, The Dukes in the Regnum Francorum, A.D. 550-751, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 381 {sj}

John J. Contreni, The Biblical Glosses of Haimo of Auxerre and John Scottus Eriugena, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 411 {sj}

George R. Petty Jr.; Susan Petty, Geology and The Battle of Maldon, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 435 {sj}

Ralph V. Turner, The Judges of King John: Their Background and Training, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 447 {sj}

Maury I. Wolfe; Robert Mark, The Collapse of the Vaults of Beauvais Cathedral in 1284, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 462 {sj}

E.D. Blodgett, Chaucerian Pryvetee and the Opposition to Time, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 477 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 494 {sj}

Raymond J. Cormier, Open Contrast: Tristan and Diarmaid, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 589 {sj}

David Staines, Havelok the Dane: A Thirteenth-Century Handbook for Princes, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 602 {sj}

Hoyt N. Duggan, The Source of the Middle English The Wars of Alexander, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 624 {sj}

George D. Economou, The Pastoral Simile of Inferno XXIV and the Unquiet Heart of the Christian Pilgrim, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 637 {sj}

Susan Schibanoff, Argus and Argyve: Etymology and Characterization in Chaucer's Troilus, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 647 {sj}

Richard G. Davies, The Episcopate and the Political Crisis in England of 1386-1388, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 659 {sj}

William Huse Dunham Jr., "The Books of the Parliament" and "The Old Record," 1396-1504, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 694 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 51, 1976, p. 713 {sj}


Speculum 52, 1977

Paul Oskar Kristeller, Medieval and Renaissance Studies: Reflections of a Scholar, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 1-4 {sj}

John H. Pryor, The Origins of the Commenda Contract, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 5-37 {sj}

Grover A. Zinn Jr., The Influence of Hugh of St. Victor's Chronicon on the Abbreviationes Chronicorum by Ralph of Diceto, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 38-61 {sj}

Menachem Marc Kellner, Maimonides and Gersonides on Mosaic Prophecy, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 62-79 {sj}

John A. Alford, The Role of the Quotations in Piers Plowman, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 80-99 {sj}

Martin Stevens, Language as Theme in the Wakefield Plays, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 100-117 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 118 {sj}

Suzanne Spain Alexander, Heraclius, Byzantine Imperial ideology and the David Plates, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 217-237 {sj}

Paul J. Alexander, Religious Persecution and Resistance in the Byzantine Empire of the Eighth and Ninth Centuries: methods and Justifications, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 238-264 {sj}

José Enrique Ruiz Domenec, The Urban Origins of Barcelona: Agricultural Revolution or Commercial Development?, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 265-286 {sj}

Penn R. Szittya, The Antifraternal Tradition in Middle English Literature, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 287-313 {sj}

John M. Fyler, irony and the Age of Gold in the Book of the Duchess, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 314-328 {sj}

Eric Doyle O.F.M., William Woodford, O.F.M., and John Wyclif's De religione, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 329-336 {sj}

Olof Arngart, Book-Hand and Court-Hand. A Question of Co-ordination, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 337-340 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 341 {sj}

James F. Powers, Frontier Competition and Legal Creativity: A Castilian-Aragonese Case Study Based on Twelfth-Century Municipal Military Law, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 465-487 {sj}

A.A. Goddu; R.H. Rouse, Gerald of Wales and the Florilegium Angelicum, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 488-521 {sj}

James M. Powell, Pastor Bonus: Some Evidence of Honorius III's Use of the Sermons of Pope Innocent III, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 522-537 {sj}

Robert A. Pratt, Some Latin Sources of the Nonnes Preest on Dreams, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 538-570 {sj}

D.W. Robertson Jr., Some Disputed Chaucerian Terminology, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 571-581 {sj}

Hans Baron, The Year of Leonardo Bruni's Birth and methods for Determining the Ages of Humanists Born in the Trecento, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 582-625 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 626 {sj}

Bruce A. Beatie, Saint Katharine of Alexandria: Traditional Themes and the Development of a Medieval German Hagiographic Narrative, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 785-800 {sj}

Clark Maines, The Charlemagne Window at Chartres Cathedral: New Considerations on Text and Image, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 801-823 {sj}

Robert Chazan, The Barcelona "Disputation" of 1263: Christian Missionizing and Jewish Response, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 824-842 {sj}

S.L. Waugh, The Profits of Violence: The Minor Gentry in the Rebellion of 1321-1322 in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 843-869 {sj}

John H. Fisher, Chancery and the Emergence of Standard Written English in the Fifteenth Century, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 870-899 {sj}

Richard C. Dales, Adam Marsh, Robert Grosseteste and the Treatise on the Tides, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 900-901 {sj}

Kenneth Pennington, A Note to Decameron 6.7: The Wit of Madonna Filippa, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 902-905 {sj}

Haldeen Braddy, Chaucer, Alice Perrers and Cecily Chaumpaigne, in: Speculum 52, 1977, p. 906-911 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 912 {sj}


Speculum 53, 1978

Geoffrey R. Russom, A Germanic Concept of Nobility in The Gifts of Men and Beowulf, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 1 {sj}

J.E. Cross, Mara Magdalen in the Old English Martyrology: The Earliest Extant "Narrat Josephus" Variant of Her Legend, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 16 {sj}

Audrey W. Douglas, Frankalmoin and Jurisdictional Immunity: Maitland Revisited, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 26 {sj}

Francis R. Swietek, Gunther of Pairis and the Historia Constantinopolitana, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 49 {sj}

Heiko A. Obermann, Fourteenth-Century Religious Thought: A premature Profile, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 80 {sj}

Anne Middleton, The Idea of Public Poetry in the Reign of Richard II, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 94 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 115 {sj}

Cecily Clark, Women's Names in Post-Conquest England: Observations and Speculations, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 223 {sj}

Ilene H. Forsyth, The Theme of Cockfighting in Burgundian Romanesque Sculpture, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 252 {sj}

Marcy J. Epstein, Ludovicus decus regnantium: Perspectives on the Rhymed Office, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 283 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 335 {sj}

Annemarie E. Mahler, Lignum Domini and the Opening Vision of The Dream of the Rood: A Viable Hypothesis?, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 441 {sj}

Thomas N. Bisson, The Problem of Feudal Monarchy: Aragon, Catalonia and France, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 460 {sj}

David A. Wells, Imperial Sanctity and Political Reality: Bible, Liturgy and the Ambivalence of Symbol in Walther von der Vogelweide's Songs under Otto IV, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 479 {sj}

Jeffrey H. Denton, A Worcester Text of the Remonstrances of 1297, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 511 {sj}

G.P. Cuttino; Thomas W. Lyman, Where is Edward II?, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 522 {sj}

Margaret Spanos, The Sestina: An Exploration of the Dynamics of Poetic Structure, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 545 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 558 {sj}

A.T.E. matonis, Traditions of Panegyric in Welsh Poetry: The Heroic and the Chivalric, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 667 {sj}

Lynn H. Nelson, The Foundation of Jacca (1076): Urban Growth in Early Aragon, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 688 {sj}

Timothy S. Miller, The Knights of Saint John and the Hospitals of the Latin West, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 709 {sj}

Robert W. Ackerman, The Liturgical Day in Ancrene Riwle, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 734 {sj}

Russell A. Peck, Chaucer and the Nominalist Questions, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 745 {sj}

S.E. Holbrook, Nymue, the Chief Lady of the Lake, in Malory's Le Morte Darthur, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 761 {sj}

Robert Easting, The Date and Dedication of the Tractatus de Purgatorio Sancti Patricii, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 778 {sj}

Raymond Boyer, The Companions of St. Bruno in Middle English Verses on the Foundation of the Carthusian Order, in: Speculum 53, 1978, p. 784 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 786 {sj}


Speculum 54, 1979

Peter J. Fergusson, Notes on Two Cistercian Engraved Designs, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 1 {sj}

John Gillingham, The Unromantic Death of Richard I, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 18 {sj}

Frank M. Chambers, Three Troubadour Poems with Historical Overtones, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 42 {sj}

Pierre J. Payer, Prudence and the Principles of Natural Law: A Medieval Development, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 55 {sj}

Robin F. Jones, An Anglo-Norman Rhymed Sermon for Ash Wednesday, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 71 {sj}

Robert L. Kelly, Malory's "Tale of Balin" Reconsidered, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 85 {sj}

F.A.C. Mantello, The Endleaves of Trinity College Cambridge MS 0.4.43 and John Wyclif's Responsiones ad argumenta cuiusdam emuli veritatis, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 100 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 104 {sj}

Gerhart B. Ladner, Medieval and Modern Understanding of Symbolism: A Comparison, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 223 {sj}

George Clark, The Hero of Maldon: Vir pius et strenuus, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 257 {sj}

Kristine T. Utterback, "Cum multimodi curiositatis": A Musical Treatise from Eleventh-Century Catalonia, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 283 {sj}

Lee W. Patterson, Ambiguity and Interpretation: A Fifteenth-Century Reading of Troilus and Criseyde, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 297 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 331 {sj}

Valerie I.J. Flint, The Historia Regum Britanniae of Geoffrey of Monmouth: Parody and its Purpose: A Suggestion, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 447 {sj}

Arthur Gross, Kürenberg's "Dark Star", in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 469 {sj}

Paul H. Freedman, An Unsuccessful Attempt at Urban Organization in Twelfth-Century Catalonia, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 479 {sj}

Coburn V. Graves, English Cistercian Nuns in Lincolnshire, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 492 {sj}

John Took, Towards an Interpretation of the Fiore, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 500 {sj}

J.A.F. Thomson, John de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 528 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 543 {sj}

Roger E. Reynolds, At "Sixes and Sevens" — And Eights and Nines: The Sacred Mathematics of Sacred Orders in the Early Middle Ages, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 669 {sj}

Frank D. Gilliard, The Senators of Sixth-Century Gaul, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 685 {sj}

June Hall Martin McCash, Marie de Champagne and Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Relationship Reexamined, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 698 {sj}

Marvin L. Colker, America Rediscovered in the Thirteenth Century?, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 712 {sj}

Marjorie K. McIntosh, Immediate Royal Justice: The Marshalsea Court in Havering, 1358, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 727 {sj}

Richard W. Kaeuper, Law and Order in Fourteenth-Century England: The Evidence of Special Commissions of Oyer and Terminer, in: Speculum 54, 1979, p. 734 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 785 {sj}


Speculum 55, 1980

Roger Ray, Bede's Vera Lex Historiae, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 1 {sj}

Peter S. Baker, The Old English Canon of Byrhtferth of Ramsey, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 22 {sj}

Sherry L. Reames, The Cecilia Legend as Chaucer Inherited It and Retold It: The Disappearance of an Augustinian Ideal, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 38 {sj}

Roy J. Pearcy, The Genre of William Dunbar's Tretis of the Tua Mariit Wemen and the Wedo, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 58 {sj}

Norman E. Eliason, The Burning of Heorot, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 75 {sj}

A.G. Rigg, The Lament of the Friars of the Sack, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 84 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 91 {sj}

Karl F. Morrison, Otto of Freising's Quest for the Hermeneutic Circle, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 207 {sj}

Franz H. Bäuml, Varieties and Consequences of Medieval Literacy and Illiteracy, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 237 {sj}

Elizabeth A.R. Brown, The Ceremonial of Royal Succession in Capetian France: The Funeral of Philip V, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 266 {sj}

Daniel J. Lasker, Averroistic Trends in Jewish-Christian Polemics in the Late Middle Ages, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 294 {sj}

Olga Tudorica Impey, The Literary Emancipation of Juan Rodríguez des Padrón: From the Fictional "Cartas" to the Siervo libre de amor, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 305 {sj}

Vern Bullogh; Cameron Campbell, Female Longevity and Diet in the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 317 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 326 {sj}

Alan harding, Political Liberty in the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 423 {sj}

Carol J. Clover, The Germanic Context of the Unferþ Episode, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 444 {sj}

E. Randolph Daniel, The Double Procession of the Holy Spirit in Joachim of Fiore's Understanding of History, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 469 {sj}

Míceál F. Vaughan, The Three Advents in the Secunda Pastorum, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 484 {sj}

David Yerkes, The Full Text of the Metrical Preface to Wærferth's Translation of Gregory, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 505 {sj}

Alan J. Fletcher, Unnoticed Sermons from John Mirk's Festial, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 514 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 523 {sj}

J. Bard McNulty, The Lady Aelfgyva in the Bayeux Tapestry, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 659 {sj}

William D. Paden Jr., De monachis rithmos facientibus: Hélinant de Froidmont, Bertran de Born and the Cistercian General Chapter of 1199, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 669 {sj}

Joan M. Ferrante, Cortes' Amor in Medieval Texts, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 686 {sj}

William J. Courtenay, The Effect of the Black Death on English Higher Education, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 696 {sj}

Denise N. Baker, From Plowing to Penitence: Piers Plowman and Fourteenth-Century Theology, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 715 {sj}

Malcolm Richardson, Henry V, the English Chancery and Chancery English, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 726 {sj}

Javier Herrero, The Allegorical Structure of the Siervo libre de amor, in: Speculum 55, 1980, p. 751 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 765 {sj}


Speculum 56, 1981

Elaine Tuttle Hansen, Precepts: An Old English Instruction, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 1 {sj}

James W. Alexander, The Alleged Palatinates of Norman England, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 17 {sj}

Caroline a. Bruzelius, The Twelfth-Century Church at Ourscamp, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 28 {sj}

Paul Saenger, John of Paris, Principal Author of the Quaestio de potestate papae (Rex pacificus), in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 41 {sj}

Gail McMurray Gibson, Bury St. Edmunds, Lydgate and the N-Town Cycle, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 56 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 91 {sj}

Steven C. Fanning, Lombard Arianism Reconsidered, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 241 {sj}

Thomas D. Hill, Invocation of the Trinity and the Tradition of the Lorica in Old Englah Poetry, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 259 {sj}

Constance B. Bouchard, Consanguinity and Noble Marriages in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 268 {sj}

Olof Arngart, The Durham Proverbs, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 288 {sj}

Geoffrey Ashe, "A Certain Very Ancient Book": Traces of an Arthurian Source in Geoffrey of Monmouth's History, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 301 {sj}

Richard Firth Green, The Short Version of The Arrival of Edward IV, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 324 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 337 {sj}

Leo Treitler, Oral, Written and Literate Process in the Transmission of Medieval Music, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 471 {sj}

Karl P. Wentersdorf, The Situation of the Narrator in the Old English Wife's Lament, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 492 {sj}

Bernard Septimus, Petrus Alfonsi on the Cult at Mecca, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 517 {sj}

Jack B. Oruch, St. Valentine, Chaucer and Spring in February, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 534 {sj}

Ralph B. Pugh, The Knights Hospitallers as Undertakers, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 566 {sj}

Linda Ehrsam Voigts, A Letter from a Middle English Dictaminal Formulary in Harvard Law Library MS 43, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 575 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 582 {sj}

E. Talbot Donaldson, A Vision of Will, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 707 {sj}

Charles T. Wood, The Doctors' Dilemma: Sin, Salvation and the Menstrual Cycle in Medieval Thought, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 710 {sj}

Brian S. Lee, "This is no fable": Historical Residues in Two Medieval Exempla, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 728 {sj}

Florence McCulloch, Saits Alban and Amphibalus in the Works of Matthew Paris: Dublin, Trinity College MS 177, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 761 {sj}

Francis Oakley, Natural Law, the Corpus Mysticum and Consent in Conciliar Thought from John of Paris to Matthias Ugonius, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 786 {sj}

Deborah Fraioli, The Literary Image of Joan of Arc: Prior Influences, in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 811 {sj}

Hans Baron, Progress in Bruni Scholarship: Apropos of F.P. Luiso's Studi su l'Epistolario di Leonardo Bruni [Review Articles], in: Speculum 56, 1981, p. 831 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 840 {sj}


Speculum 57, 1982

Alexander Kazhdan, Soviet Studies on Medieval Western Europe: A Brief Survey, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 1 {sj}

Norman Roth, "Deal gently with the young man": Love of Boys in Medieval Hebrew Poetry of Spain, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 20 {sj}

John E. Dotson, A Problem of Cotton and Lead in Medieval Italian Shipping, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 52 {sj}

Valerie Krishna, Parataxis, Formulaic Density and Thrift in the Alliterative Morte Arthure, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 63 {sj}

Indrikis Sterns, Crime and Punishment among the Teutonic Knights, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 84 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 112 {sj}

Michael J. Curley, A New Edition of John of Cornwall's Prophetia Merlini, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 217 {sj}

Constance Hoffmann Berman, Land Acquisition and the Use of the Mortgage Contract by the Cistercians of Berdoues, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 250 {sj}

Clara Estow, The Economic Development of the Order of Calatrava, 1158-1366, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 267 {sj}

Mark D. Jordan, The Controversy of the Correctoria and the Limits of Metaphysics, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 292 {sj}

P.B. Taylor, Chaucer's Cosyn to the Dede, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 315 {sj}

Walter L. Wakefield, Heretics as Physicians in the Thirteenth Century, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 328 {sj}

Thorlac Turville-Petre, The Lament for Sir John Berkeley, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 332 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 340 {sj}

P.A. Linehan, The Making of the Cambridge Medieval History, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 463 {sj}

Richard C. Dales, Discussions of the Eternity of the World during the First Half of the Twelfth Century, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 495 {sj}

Alan E. Bernstein, Esoteric Theology: William of Auvergne on the Fires of Hell and Purgatory, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 509 {sj}

Don Denny, The Last Judgment Tympanum at Autun: Its Sources and Meaning, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 532 {sj}

James Dean, The World Grown Old and Genesis in Middle English Historical Writings, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 548 {sj}

Thomas L. Wright, On the Genesis of Malory's Gareth, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 569 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 583 {sj}

Robert M. Lumiansky, The Current State of Support for the Humanities, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 723 {sj}

John A. Alford, The Grammatical Metaphor: A Survey of Its Use in the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 728 {sj}

Mavis Mate, The Impact of War on the Economy of Canterbury Cathedral Priory, 1294-1340, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 761 {sj}

Michael Robertson, Stanzaic Symmetry in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 779 {sj}

Patrick M. de Winter, The Grandes Heures of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy: The Copyist Jean L'Avenant and His Patrons at the French Court, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 786 {sj}

George T. Dempsey, Legal Terminology in Anglo-Saxon England: The Trimoda Necessitas Charter, in: Speculum 57, 1982, p. 843 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 850 {sj}


Speculum 58, 1983

Calvin B. Kendall, the Metrical Grammar of Beowulf: Displacement, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 1 {sj}

Brent A. Pitts, Versions of the Apocalypse in Medieval French Verse, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 31 {sj}

Richard H. Bowers, From Rolls to Riches: King's Clerks and Moneylending in Thirteenth-Century England, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 60 {sj}

David A. Lawton, The Unity of Middle English Alliterative Poetry, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 72 {sj}

D. McCulloch; E.D. Jones, Lancastrian Politics, the French War and the Rise of the Popular Element, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 95 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 139 {sj}

C. Stephen Jaeger, The Courtier Bishop in Vitae from the Tenth to the Twelfth Century, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 291 {sj}

Paul Magdalino, Aspects of Twelfth-Century Byzantine Kaiserkritik, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 326 {sj}

Stephen L. Wailes, The Romance of Kudrun, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 347 {sj}

Duane J. Osheim, Conversion, Conversi and the Christian Life in Late Medieval Tuscany, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 368 {sj}

John B. Friedman, John Siferwas the the Mythological Illustrations in the Liber cosmographiae of John de Foxton, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 391 {sj}

Charles S.F. Burnett, Scandinavian Runes in a Latin Magical Treatise, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 419 {sj}

Marie Stoklund, Postscript [to C.S.F. Burnett, Scandinavian Runes in a Latin Magical Treatise], in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 428 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 430 {sj}

Allen J. Frantzen, The Penitentials attributed to Bede, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 573 {sj}

Robert Bartlett, Rewriting Saints' Lives: The Case of Gerald of Wales, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 598 {sj}

James McEvoy, The Chronology of Robert Grosseteste's Writings on Nature and Natural Philosophy, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 614 {sj}

Lee Patterson, "For the Wyves love of Bathe": Feminine Rhetoric and Poetic Resolution in the Roman de la Rose and the Canterbury Tales, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 656 {sj}

Lois Roney, The Wakefield First and Second Shepherds Plays as Complements in Psychology and Parody, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 696 {sj}

Edward B. King, The De contemptu mundi attributed to Grosseteste, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 724 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 727 {sj}

David Herlihy, The American Medievalist: A Social and Professional Profile, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 881 {sj}

Michael W. Dols, The Leper in Medieval Islamic Society, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 891 {sj}

Francis R. Swietek, Three Poems after Matthew of Vendôme, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 917 {sj}

Scott L. Waugh, Reluctant Knights and Jurors: Respites, Exemptions and Public Obligations in the Reign of Henry III, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 937 {sj}

Robin Fleming, Domesday Estates of the King and the Godwines: A Study in Late Saxon Politics, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 987 {sj}

Bernice M. Kaczynski, Some St. Gall Glosses on Greek Philanthropic Nomenclature, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 1008 {sj}

Lorraine C. Attreed, An Indenture between Richard duke of Gloucester and the Scrope Family of Masham and Upsall, in: Speculum 58, 1983, p. 1018 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1026 {sj}


Speculum 59, 1984

James A. Schultz, Classical Rhetoric, Medieval Poetics and the Medieval Vernacular Prologue, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 1 {sj}

Martin Camargo, The Libellus de arte dictandi rhetorice attributed to Peter of Blois, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 16 {sj}

Robert C. Palmer, Contexts of Marriage in Medieval England: Evidence from the King's Court circa 1300, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 42 {sj}

George B. Stow, Richard II in Thomas Walsingham's Chronicles, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 68 {sj}

Marvin L. Colker, The Lure of Women, Hunting, Chess and Tennis: A Vision, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 103 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 106 {sj}

Peter S. Baker, A Little-Known Variant Text of the Old English Metrical Psalms, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 263 {sj}

Stephanie L. Mooers, Patronage in the Pipe Rolle of 1130, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 282 {sj}

Michael W. Cothren, The Iconography of Theophilus Windows in the First Half of the Thirteenth Century, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 308 {sj}

Judson Boyce Allen, Langland's Reading and Writing: Detractor and the Pardon Passus, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 342 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 363 {sj}

Theodore M. Andersson, The Thief in Beowulf, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 493 {sj}

Frederic Amory, Things Greek and the Riddarasögur, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 509 {sj}

Madeline H. Caviness, Sait-Yved of Braine: The Primary Sources for Dating the Gothic Church, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 524 {sj}

Robert Hollander, Inferno XXXIII, 37-74: Ugolino's Importunity, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 549 {sj}

Julius Kirshner, "Ubi est ille?" Franco Sacchetti on the Monte Comune of Florence, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 556 {sj}

Mark Phillips, Barefoot Boy Makes Good: A Study of Machiavelli's Historiography, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 585 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 606 {sj}

Fred C. Robinson, Medieval, the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 745 {sj}

Marcia L. Colish, The Carolingian Debates over Nihil and Tenebrae: A Study in Theological Method, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 757 {sj}

Bernard S. Bachrach, Enforcement of the Forma Fidelitatis: the Techniques Used by Fulk Nerra, Count of the Angevins (987-1040), in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 796 {sj}

Gavin I. Langmuir, Thomas of Monmouth: Detector of Ritual Murder, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 820 {sj}

Michael T. Davis, On the Threshold of the Flamboyant: The Second Campaign of Construction of Saint-Urbain, Troyes, in: Speculum 59, 1984, p. 847 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 885 {sj}


Speculum 60, 1985

Simon Franklin, Literacy and Documentation in Early Medieval Russia, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 1 {sj}

D.A. Carpenter, King, Magnates and Society: The Personal Rule of King Henry III, 1234-1258, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 39 {sj}

Timothy A. Shonk, A Study of the Auchinleck Manuscript: Bookmen and Bookmaking in the Early Fourteenth Century, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 71 {sj}

Seth Lerer, Artifice and Artistry in Sir Orfeo, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 92 {sj}

Steven Fanning, Acts of Henry I of France Concerning Anjou, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 110 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 115 {sj}

Janet Nelson, Public Histories and Private History in the Work of Nithard, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 251 {sj}

Anita Riedinger, The Old English Formula in Context, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 294 {sj}

James W. Brodman, Municipal Ransoming Law on the Medieval Spanish Frontier, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 318 {sj}

David Burr, The Correctorium Controversy and the Origins of the Usus Pauper Controversy, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 331 {sj}

Siegfried Wenzel, Poets, Preachers and the Plight of Literary Critics, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 343 {sj}

Lucy Freeman Sandler, A Note on the Illuminators of the Bohun Manuscripts, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 364 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 373 {sj}

Dáibhí Ó CrÓINÍN, "New Heresy for Old": Pelagianism in Ireland and the Papal Letter of 640, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 505 {sj}

Hugh Magennis, The Cup as Symbol and Metaphor in Old English Literature, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 517 {sj}

Hans Eberhard Mayer, The Origins of the Lordships of Ramla and Lydda in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 537 {sj}

Robert E. Lerner, Antichrists and Antichrist in Joachim of Fiore, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 553 {sj}

T.M. Smallwood, The Prophecy of the Six Kings, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 571 {sj}

Lister M. Matheson, Printer and Scribe: Caxon, the Polychronicon and the Brut, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 593 {sj}

Warren Sanderson, The Plan of St. Gall Reconsidered, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 615 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 633 {sj}

Laurence K. Shook, Etienne Gilson in Bloomington, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 789 {sj}

Joseph H. Lynch, High I of Cluny's Sponsorship of Henry IV: Its Context and Consequences, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 800 {sj}

Gerald A. Bond, The Last Unpublished Troubadour Songs, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 827 {sj}

Martin Irvine, Medieval Grammatical Theory and Chaucer's House of Fame, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 850 {sj}

Richard C. Hoffmann, Fishing for Sport in Medieval Europe: New Evidence, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 877 {sj}

John C. Pope, Mary to Joseph, Christ I, 164-67a: A Probable Scribal Error, nu for na, in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 903 {sj}

George Kane, The "Z Version" of Piers Plowman [Review Article], in: Speculum 60, 1985, p. 910 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 931 {sj}


Speculum 61, 1986

A.J. Forey, Novitiate and Instruction in the Military Orders during the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 1 {sj}

William Ian Miller, Gift, Sale, Payment, Raid: Case Studies in the Negotiation and Classification of Exchange in Medieval Iceland, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 18 {sj}

Robert Glendinning, Pyramus and Thisbe in the Medieval Classroom, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 51 {sj}

Thomas D. Hill, Rigsþula: Some Medieval Christian Analogues, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 79 {sj}

Nachy F. Partner, Making Up Lost Time: Writing on the Writing of History [Review Article], in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 90 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 118 {sj}

John Van Engen, The "Crisis of Cenobitism" Reconsidered: Benedictine Monasticism in the Years 1050-1150, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 269 {sj}

Simina M. Farcasiu, The Exegesis and Iconography of Vision in Gonzalo de Berceo's Vida de Santa Oria, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 305 {sj}

Gordon Whatley, Heathens and Saints: St. Erkenwald in its Legendary Context, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 330 {sj}

R.H. Helmholz, Usury and the Medieval English Church Courts, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 364 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 381 {sj}

Sharon Farmer, Persuasive Voices: Clerical Images of Medieval Wives, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 517 {sj}

Richard C. Dales, Robert Grosseteste's Place in Medieval Discussions of the Eternity of the World, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 544 {sj}

Hoyt N. Duggan, The Shape of the B-Verse in Middle English Alliterative Poetry, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 564 {sj}

J.D. Burnley, Curial Prose in England, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 593 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 615 {sj}

Eleanor Searle, Possible History, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 779 {sj}

Alexander Callander Murray, The Position of the Grafio in the Constitutional History of Merovingian Gaul, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 787 {sj}

Christopher J. McDonough, Hugh Primas 18: A Poetic Glosula on Amiens, Reims and Peter Abelard, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 806 {sj}

David F. Hult, Lancelot's Two Steps: A Problem in Textual Criticism, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 836 {sj}

Constance B. Hieatt; Robin F. Jones, Two Anglo-Norman Culinary Collections Edited from British Library Manuscripts Additiona 32085 and Royal 12.C.xii, in: Speculum 61, 1986, p. 859 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 883 {sj}


Speculum 62, 1987

Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, Orality and the Developing Text of Caedmon's Hymn, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 1 {sj}

Jacques Guilmain, The Geometry of the Cross-Carpet Pages in the Lindisfarne Gospels, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 21 {sj}

James F. Powers, The Creative Interaction between Portuguese and Leonese Municipal Military Law, 1055 to 1279, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 53 {sj}

John C. Moore, Pope Innocent III, Sardinia and the Papal State, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 81 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 102 {sj}

Russell Poole, Skaldic Verse and Anglo-Saxon History: Some Aspects of the Period 1009-1016, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 265 {sj}

Monica H. Green, The De genecia Attributed to Constantine the African, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 299 {sj}

Mary Frances Wack, The Liber de heros morbo of Johannes Afflacius and Its Implications for Medieval Love Conventions, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 324 {sj}

Margot E. Fassler, The Role of the Parisian Sequence in the Evolution of Notre-Dame Polyphony, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 345 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 375 {sj}

Joan M. Petersen, "Homo omnino Latinus"? The Theological and Cultural Background of Pope Gregory the Great, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 529 {sj}

Charles R. Bowlus, Imre Boba's Reconsiderations of Moravia's Early History and Arnulf of Carinthia's Ostpolitik (887-892), in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 552 {sj}

John B. Freed, Nobles, Ministerials and Knights in the Archdiocese of Salzburg, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 575 {sj}

Richard Kenneth Emmerson; Ronald B. Herzman, The Apocalyptic Age of Hypocrisy: Faus Semblant and Amant in the Roman de la Rose, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 612 {sj}

Caroline Bruzelius, The Second Campaign at Saint-Urbain at Troyes, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 635 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 641 {sj}

Katherine Fischer Drew, Another Look at the Origins of the Middle Ages: A Reassessment of the Role of the Germanic Kingdoms, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 803 {sj}

Marchita B. Mauck, The Mosaic of the Triumphal Arch of S. Prassede: A Liturgical Interpretation, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 813 {sj}

Linda Georgianna, King Hrethel's Sorrow and the Limits of Heroic Action in Beowulf, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 829 {sj}

Steven Justice, The Authority of Ritual in the Jeu d'Adam, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 851 {sj}

Sylvia Huot, The Medusa Interpolation in the Romance of the Rose: Mythographic Program and Ovidian Intertext, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 865 {sj}

R.M. Lumiansky, Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte Darthur, 1947-1987: Author, Title, Text, in: Speculum 62, 1987, p. 878 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 898 {sj}


Speculum 63, 1988

Ross. W. Duffin, The Sumer Canon: A New Revision, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 1 {sj}

Steven P. Marrone, Henry of Ghent and Duns Scotus on the Knowledge of Being, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 22 {sj}

Mark W. Ormrod, An Experiment in Taxation: The English Parish Subsidy of 1371, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 58 {sj}

Margaret Laing, Dialectal Analysis and Linguistically Composite Texts in Middle English, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 83 {sj}

John C. Pope, The Irregular Anacrusis in Beowulf 9 and 402: Two Hitherto Untried Remedies, with Help von Cynewulf, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 104 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 114 {sj}

Karl D. Uitti; Alfred Foulet, One Editing Chrétien de Troyes: Lancelot's Two Steps and Their Context, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 271 {sj}

Christopher C. Baswell; Paul Beekman Taylor, The Fair Queene Eleyne in Chaucer's Troilus, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 293 {sj}

Francis B. Brévart, The German Volkskalender of the Fifteenth Century, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 312 {sj}

Mark C. Bartusis, The Kavallarioi of Byzantium, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 343 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 351 {sj}

R.J. Macrides, Killing, Asylum and the Law in Byzantium, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 509 {sj}

Don A. Monson, Andreas Captellanus and the Problem of Irony, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 539 {sj}

Elizabeth A.R. Brown, The Political Repercussions of Family Ties in the Early Fourteenth Century: The Marriage of Edward II of England and Isabelle of France, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 573 {sj}

A.G. Rigg, John of Bridlington's Prophecy: A New Look, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 596 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 614 {sj}

John H. Fisher, Animadversions on the Text of Chaucer, 1988, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 779 {sj}

Sheila Bonde; Clark Maines, The Archaeology of Monasticism: A Survey of Recent Work in France, 1970-1987, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 794 {sj}

Frederic L. Cheyette, The "Sale" of Carcassonne to the Counts of Barcelona (1067-1070) and the Rise of the Trencavels, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 826 {sj}

Irene B. Katele, Piracy and the Venetian State: The Dilemma of Maritime Defence in the Fourteenth Century, in: Speculum 63, 1988, p. 865 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 890 {sj}


Speculum 64, 1989

John Carey, Ireland and the Antipodes: The Heterodoxy of Virgil of Salzburg, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 1 {sj}

James Given, The Economic Consequences of the English Conquest of Gwynedd, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 11 {sj}

Charles Trinkaus, Coluccio Salutati's Critique of Astrology in the Context of His Natural Philosophy, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 46 {sj}

Phillip H. Stump, The Reform of Papal Taxation at the Council of Constance (1414-1418), in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 69 {sj}

Glending Olson, Juan García de Castrojeriz and John of Wales. A Note on Chaucer's Reading, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 106 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 111 {sj}

Richard E. Sullivan, The Carolingian Age: Reflections on Its Place in the History of the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 267 {sj}

David F. Hult, Steps Forward and Steps Backward: More on Chrétien's Lancelot, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 307 {sj}

Duane J. Osheim, Countrymen and the Law in Late-Medieval Tuscany, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 317 {sj}

Elizabeth Carson Pastan, Fit for a Count: The Twelfth-Century Stained Glass Panels from Troyes, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 338 {sj}

Elizabeth A.R. Brown, The Marriage of Edward II of England to Isabelle of France: A Postscript, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 373 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 380 {sj}

Joseph Dyer, The Singing of Psalms in the Early-Medieval Office, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 535 {sj}

Stephen D. Dumont, Theology as a Science and Duns Scotus's Distinction between Intuitive and Abstractive Cognition, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 579 {sj}

Thomas H. Bestul, Chaucer's Parson's Tale and the Late-Medieval Tradition of Religious Meditation, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 600 {sj}

William E. Kapelle, Domesday Book: F.W. Maitland and His Successors, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 620 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 641 {sj}

John Hine Mundy, In Praise of Italy: The Italian Republics, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 815 {sj}

Julian Ward Jones Jr., The So-Called Silvestris Commentary on the Aeneid and Two Other Interpretations, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 835 {sj}

Mark M. Ormrod, The Personal Religion of Edward III, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 849 {sj}

Ralph Hanna III, Sir Thomas Berkeley and His Patronage, in: Speculum 64, 1989, p. 878 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 917 {sj}


Speculum 65, 1990

The New Philology ed. Stephen G. Nichols {sj}

Stephen G. Nichols, Introduction: Philology in a Manuscript Culture, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 1 {sj}

Siegfried Wenzel, Reflections on (New) Philology, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 11 {sj}

Suzanne Fleischman, Philology, Linguistics and the Discourse of the Medieval Text, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 19 {sj}

R. Howard Bloch, New Philology and Old French, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 38 {sj}

Gabrielle M. Spiegel, History, Historicism and the Social Logic of the Text in the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 59 {sj}

Lee Patterson, On the Margin: Postmodernism, Ironic History and Medieval Studies, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 87 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 109 {sj}

D.H. Green, Orality and Reading: The State of Research in Medieval Studies, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 267 {sj}

T.N. Bisson, Unheroed Pasts: History and Commemoration in South Frankland before the Albigensian Crusades, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 281 {sj}

Julia M.H. Smith, Oral and Written: Saints, Miracles and Relics in Brittany, c. 850-1250, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 309 {sj}

Andrew Welsh, Doubling and Incest in the Mabinogi, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 344 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 363 {sj}

S.K. Brehe, Reassembling the First Worcester Fragment, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 521 {sj}

Daniel Donoghue, La3amon's Ambivalence [Layamon], in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 564 {sj}

Diane Speed, The Saracens of King Horn, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 564 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 596 {sj}

Archibald R. Lewis, The Islamic World and the Latin West, 1350-1500, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 833 {sj}

Eric Jager, Speech and the Chest in Old English Poetry: Orality or Pectorality?, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 845 {sj}

Hans Eberhard Mayer, The Wheel of Fortune: Seignorial Vicissitudes under Kings Fulk and Baldwin III of Jerusalem, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 860 {sj}

Lawrence M. Clopper, Miracula and The Tretise of Miraculis Pleyinge, in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 878 {sj}

David Ganz; Walter Goffart, Charters Earlier than 800 from French Collections [Review Article], in: Speculum 65, 1990, p. 906 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 933 {sj}


Speculum 66, 1991

Steven Fanning, Bede, Imperium and the Bretwaldas, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. {sj}

Maureen C. Miller, Donors, Their Gifts and Religious Innovation in Medieval Verona, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 27 {sj}

Andrew Taylor, The Myth of the Minstrel Manuscript, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 43 {sj}

Steven F. Kruger, Mirrors and the Trajectory of Vision in Piers Plowman, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 74 {sj}

Julian Weiss, Fernán Pérez de Guzmán: Poet in Exile, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 96 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 109 {sj}

Michel-André Bossy, Cyclical Composition in Guiraut Riquier's Book of Poems, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 277 {sj}

Elizabeth A.R. Brown, Philip V, Charles IV and the Jews of France: The Alleged Expulsion of 1322, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 294 {sj}

Richard Firth Green, Jack Philipot, John of Gaunt and a Poem of 1380, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 330 {sj}

Robert R. Edwards, Narration and Doctrine in the Merchant's Tale, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 342 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 368 {sj}

James A. Schultz, Medieval Adolescence: The Claims of History and the Silence of German Narrative, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 519 {sj}

Marcia Kupfer, The Lost Mappamundi at Chalivoy-Milon, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 540 {sj}

Cary J. Nederman; Catherine Campbell, Priests, Ings and Tyrants: Spiritual and Temporal Power in John of Salisbury's Policraticus, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 572 {sj}

Milton McC. Gatch, The Medievalist and Cultural Literacy, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 591 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 605 {sj}

Paul Meyvaert, "Rainaldus est malus criptor Francigenus" — Voicing National Antipathy in the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 743 {sj}

Barbara H. Rosenwein; Thomas Head; Sharon Farmer, Monks and Their Enemies: A Comparative Approach, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 764 {sj}

John W. Baldwin, Five Discourses on Desire: Sexuality and Gender in Northern France around 1200, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 797 {sj}

Lynn Staley Johnson, The Trope of the Scribe and the Question of Literary Authority in the Works of Julian of Norwich and Margery Kempe, in: Speculum 66, 1991, p. 820 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 839 {sj}


Speculum 67, 1992

Joseph Harris, Beowulf's Last Words, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 1 {sj}

Robert E. Lerner, Ecstatic Dissent, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 33 {sj}

Brian Tierney, Natural Rights in the Thirteenth Century: A Quaestio of Henry of Ghent, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 58 {sj}

Ben R. McRee, Religious Gilds and Civic Order: The Case of Norwich in the Late Middle Ages, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 69 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 98 {sj}

Robert C. Stacey, The Conversion of Jews to Christianity in Thirteenth-Century England, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 263 {sj}

Richard P. Kinkade, Alfonso X, Cantiga 235 and the Events of 1269-1278, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 284 {sj}

Julie E. Cumming, Music for the Doge in Early Renaissance Venice, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 324 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 365 {sj}

Marcia L. Colish, Psalterium Scholasticorum: Peter Lombard and the Emergence of Scholastic Psalms Exegesis, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 531 {sj}

Jan M. Ziolkowski, A Fairy Tale from before Fairy Tales: Egbert of Liège's "De puella a lupellis servata" and the Medieval Background of "Little Red Riding Hood", in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 549 {sj}

Joseph Goering; Daniel S. Taylor, The Summulae of Bishops Walter de Cantilupe (1240) and Peter Quinel (1287), in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 576 {sj}

Laurel Means, "Ffor as moche as yche man may not haue þe astrolabe": Popular Middle English Variations on the Computus, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 595 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 624 {sj}

Douglas Moffat, Anglo-Saxon Scribes and Old English Verse, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 805 {sj}

Giles Constable; Robert Somerville, The Papal Bulls for the Chapter of St. Antonin in Rouergue ind the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 828 {sj}

Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner, Fictions of the Female Voice: The Women Troubadours, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 865 {sj}

Robert Glendinning, Eros, Agape and Rhetoric around 1200: Gervase of Melkley's Ars poetica and Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan, in: Speculum 67, 1992, p. 892 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 926 {sj}


Speculum 68, 1993

John C. Pope, What the Seraphim Do in Line 396a of the Old English Advent: A Scribal Cover Uncovered, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 1 {sj}

James H. Morey, Peter Comestor, Biblical Paraphrase and the Medieval Popular Bible, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 6 {sj}

William D. Paden, Old Occitan as a Lyric Language: The Insertions from Occitan in Three Thirteenth-Century French Romances, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 36 {sj}

David Aers, The Self Mourning: Reflections on Pearl, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 54 {sj}

Christopher Cannon, Raptus in the Chaumpaigne Release and a Newly Discovered Document Concerning the Life of Geoffrey Chaucer, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 74 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 95 {sj}

Studying Medieval Women: Sex, Gender, Feminism, ed. Nancy F. Partner {sj}

Nancy F. Partner, Introduction [to: Studying Medieval Women: Sex, Gender, Feminism], in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 305 {sj}

Judith M. Bennett, Medievalism and Feminism, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 309 {sj}

Madeline H. Caviness, Patron or Matron? A Capetian Bride and a Vade Mecum for Her Marriage Bed, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 333 {sj}

Carol J. Clover, Regardless of Sex: Men, Women and Power in Early Northern Europe, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 363 {sj}

Kathleen Biddick, Genders, Bodies, Borders: Technologies of the Visible, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 389 {sj}

Nancy F. Partner, No Sex, No Gender, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 419 {sj}

Allen J. Frantzen, When Women Aren't Enough, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 445 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 473 {sj}

Jean Scammell, The Formation of the English Social Structure: Freedom, Knights and Gentry, 1066-1300, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 591 {sj}

Anne Winston, Tracing the Origins of the Rosary: German Vernacular Texts, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 619 {sj}

Nicholas Watson, The Composition of Julian of Norwich's Revelation of Love, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 637 {sj}

Howard Kaminsky, Estate, Nobiliy and the Exhibition of Estate in the Later Middle Ages, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 684 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 710 {sj}

Jean Dunbabin, What's in a Name? Philip, King of France, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 949 {sj}

Peter Kidson, Gervase, Becket and William of Sens, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 969 {sj}

H. Ansgar Kelly, The Right to Remain Silent: Before and After Joan of Arc, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 992 {sj}

Linne R. Mooney, A Middle English Text on the Seven Liberal Arts, in: Speculum 68, 1993, p. 1027 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1053 {sj}


Speculum 69, 1994
Ian Wood, The Mission of Augustine of Canterbury to the English, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 1 {sj}

Alexander Callander Murray, Immunity, Nobility and the Edict of Paris, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 18 {sj}

Roger Dahood, Hugh de Morville, William of Canterbury and Anecdotal Evidence for English Language History, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 40 {sj}

Steven J. Williams, Roger Bacon and His Edition of the Pseudo-Aristotelian Secretum secretorum, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 57 {sj}

Sabine MacCormack, Ubi Ecclesia? Perceptions of Medieval Europe in Spanish America, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 74 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 101 {sj}

Ian Short, Gaimar's Epilogue and Geoffrey of Monmouth's Liber vetustissimus, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 323 {sj}

Horst Fuhrmann, Quis Teutonicos constituit iudices nationum? The Trouble with Henry, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 344 {sj}

Tim William Machan, Language Contact in Piers Plowman, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 359 {sj}

Derek Pearsall, Hoccleve's Regement of Princes: The Poetics of Royal Self-Representation, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 386 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 411 {sj}

William M. Daly, Clovis: How Barbaric, How Pagan?, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 619 {sj}

Francis Ingledew, The Book of Troy and the Genealogical Construction of History: The Case of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia regum Britanniae, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 665 {sj}

Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Jean le Fèvre's Livre de Leesce: Praise or Blame of Women?, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 705 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 726 {sj}

Madeline H. Caviness, Learning from Forest Lawn, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 963 {sj}

Robert E. Bjork, Speech as Gift in Beowulf, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 993 {sj}

James Grier, A New Voice in the Monastery: Tropes and Versus from Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Aquitaine, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 1023 {sj}

Lois Roney, Winner and Water's "Wyse Wordes": Teaching Economics and Nationalism in Fourteenth-Century England, in: Speculum 69, 1994, p. 1070 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1101 {sj}


Speculum 70, 1995

James Halverson, Franciscan Theology and Predestinarian Pluralism in Late-Medieval Thought, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 1 {sj}

Sally McKee, Households in Fourteenth-Century Venetian Crete, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 27 {sj}

Andrew Galloway, The Rhetoric of Riddling in Late-Medieval England: The "Oxford" Riddles, the Secretum philosophorum and the Riddles in Piers Plowman, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 68 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 106 {sj}

Don A. Monson, The Troubadour's Lady Reconsidered Again, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 255 {sj}

Anne Walters Robertson, Remembering the Annunciation in Medieval Polyphony, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 275 {sj}

Siegfried Wenzel, Academic Sermons at Oxford in the Early Fifteenth Century, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 305 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 330 {sj}

Eric J. Goldberg, Popular Revolt, Dynastic Politics and Aristocratic Factionalism in the Early Middle Ages: The Saxon Stellinga Reconsidered, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 467 {sj}

R.I. Page; Mildred Budny; Nicholas Hadgraft, Two Fragments of an Old English Manuscript in the Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 502 {sj}

Kathryn L. Lynch, East Meets West in Chaucer's Squire's and Franklin's Tales, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 530 {sj}

Frank Grady, The Lancastrian Gower and the Limits of Exemplarity, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 552 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 576 {sj}

Thomas N. Bisson, Medieval Lordship, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 743 {sj}

Elizabeth Fowler, Civil Death and the Maiden: Agency and the Conditions of Contract in Piers Plowman, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 760 {sj}

Linda Georgianna, The Clerk's Tale and the Grammar of Assent, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 793 {sj}

Nicholas Watson, Censorship and Cultural Change in Late-Medieval England: Vernacular Theology, the Oxford Translation Debate and Arundel's Constitutions of 1409, in: Speculum 70, 1995, p. 822 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 865 {sj}


Speculum 71, 1996

Eric Jager, The Book of the Heart: Reading and Writing the Medieval Subject, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 1 {sj}

Hugh Magennis, "Listen Now all and Understand": Adaption of Hagiographical Material for Vernacular Audiences in the Old English Lives of St. Margaret, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 27 {sj}

J.M.M.H. Thijssen, Master Amalric and the Amalricians: Inquisitorial Procedure and the Suppression of Heresy at the University of Paris, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 43 {sj}

Felicity Riddy, Mother Knows Best: Reading Social Change in a Courtesy Text, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 66 {sj}

Paul Strohm, The Trouble with Richard: The Reburial of Richard II and Lancastrian Symbolic Strategy, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 87 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 112 {sj}

Barbara H. Rosenwein, The Family Politics of Berengar I, King of Italy (888-924), in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 247 {sj}

Robert Boenig, The Anglo-Saxon Harp, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 290 {sj}

Bruce R. O'Brien, From Morðor to Murdrum: The Preconquest Origin and Norman Revival of the Murder Fine, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 321 {sj}

Paul Dalton, Eustace FitzJohn and the Politics of Anglo-Norman England: The Rise and Survival of a Twelfth-Century Royal Servant, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 358 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 384 {sj}

Simon Coates, The Bishop as Benefactor and Civic Patron: Alcuin, York and Episcopal Authority in Anglo-Saxon England, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 529 {sj}

Debora Mauskopf Deliyannis, Agnellus of Ravenna and Iconoclasm: Theology and Politics in a Ninth-Century Historical Text, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 559 {sj}

William J. Courtenay, Between Pope and King: The Parisian Letters of Adhesion of 1303, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 577 {sj}

Mark Miller, Displaced souls, Idle Talk, Spectacular Scenes: Handlyng Synne and the Perspective of Agency, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 606 {sj}

James I. Wimsatt, John Duns Scotus, Charles Sanders Peirce and Chaucer's Portrayal of the Canterbury Pilgrims, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 633 {sj}

Christopher Cannon, The Mytho of Origin and the Making of Chaucer's English, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 646 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 676 {sj}

Linda Ehrsam Voigts, What's the Word? Bilingualism in Late-Medieval England, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 813 {sj}

Paul Meyvaert, Bede, Cassiodorus and the Codex Amiatinus, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 827 {sj}

Amy G. Remensnyder, Legendary Treasure at Conques: Reliquaries and Imaginative Memory, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 884 {sj}

Caroline Jewers, Fabric and Fabrication: Lyric and Narrative in Jean Renart's Roman de la Rose, in: Speculum 71, 1996, p. 907 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 925 {sj}


Speculum 72, 1997

Kathy L. Pearson, Nutrition and Early-Medieval Diet, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 1 {sj}

Barbara Obrist, Wind Diagrams and Medieval Cosmology, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 33 {sj}

Huw Aled Lewis, The Vision of the Knight Túngano in the Literatures of the Iberian Peninsula, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 85 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 100 {sj}

Michael Gorman, The Commentary on Genesis of Claudius of Turin and Biblical Studies under Louis the Pious, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 279 {sj}

N.M. Schulman, Husband, Father, Bishop? Grosseteste in Paris, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 330 {sj}

Robert E. Lerner, New Evidence for the Condemnation of Meister Eckhart, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 347 {sj}

Susanna Greer Fein, Twelve-Line Stanza Forms in Middle English and the Date of Pearl, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 367 {sj}

Peter W. Travis, Chaucer's Heliotropes and the Poetics of Metaphor, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 399 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 428 {sj}

John W. Baldwin, The Image of the Jongleur in Northern France around 1200, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 635 {sj}

Ralph W. Mathisen, Barbarian Bishops and the Chruches "in barbaricis gentibus" during Late Antiquity, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 664 {sj}

John M. McCulloh, Jewish Ritual Murder: William or Norwich, Thomas of Monmouth and the Early Dissemination of the Myth, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 698 {sj}

Keith V. Sinclair, The Translations of the Vitas patrum, Thaïs, Antichrist and Vision de saint Paul Made for Anglo-Norman Templars: Some Neglected Literary Considerations, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 741 {sj}

Edward Peters, Henry II of Cyprus, Rex inutilis: A Footnote to Decameron 1.9, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 763 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 776 {sj}

Approaches to Early-Medieval Art edited by Lawrence Nees {sj}

Lawrence Nees, Introduction, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 959 {sj}

Anthony Cutler, The Right Hand's Cunning: Craftsmanship and the Demand for Art in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 971 {sj}

Michael Ryan, The Derrynaflan Hoard and Early Irish Art, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 995 {sj}

Charles Barber, The Truth in Painting: Iconoclasm and Identity in Early-Medieval Art, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 1019 {sj}

Henry Maguire, Magic and Money in the Early Middle Ages, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 1037 {sj}

Celia Chazelle, Archbishops Ebo and Hincmar of Reims and the Utrecht Psalter, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 1055 {sj}

Cynthia Hahn, Seeing and Believing: The Construction of Sanctity in Early-Medieval Saints' Shrines, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 1079 {sj}

Werner Jacobsen, Saints' Tombs in Frankish Church Architecture, in: Speculum 72, 1997, p. 1107 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1145 {sj}


Speculum 73, 1998
Mary Blockley, Cædmon's Conjunction: Cædmon's Hymn 7a Revisited, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 1 {sj}

Gerald R. Hoekstra, The French Motet as Trope: Multiple Levels of Meaning in Quant florist la violete / El mois de mai / Et gaudebit, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 32 {sj}

Thorlac Turville-Petre, The Earliest English Manorial Survey, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 58 {sj}

Wendy Pfeffer, The Dit des monstiers, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 80 {sj}

Saul N. Brody, Making a Play for Criseyde: The Staging of Pandarus's House in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 115 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 141 {sj}

Michael J. Enright, The Warband Context of the Unferth Episode, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 297 {sj}

Elizabeth Jackson, "Not Simply Lists": An Eddic Perspective on Short-Item Lists in Old English Poems, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 338 {sj}

SunHee Kim Gertz, Echoes and Reflections of Enigmatic Beauty in ovid and marie de France, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 372 {sj}

James Simpson, The Other Book of Troy: Guido delle Colonne's Historia destructionis Troiae in Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century England, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 397 {sj}

J.A. Burrow, Hoccleve's Complaint and Isidore of Seville Again, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 424 {sj}

Laura A. Smoller, Miracle, Memory and Meaning in the Canonization of Vincent Ferrer, 1453-1454, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 429 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 455 {sj}

Christopher A. Jones, The Book of the Liturgy in Anglo-Saxon England, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 659 {sj}

Thomas E. Burman, Tafsir and Translation: Traditional Arabic Qur'an Exegesis and the Latin Qur'ans of Robert of Ketton and Mark of Toledo, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 703 {sj}

Barbara Newman, Possessed by the Spirit: Devout Women, Demoniacs and the Apostolic Life in the Thirteenth Century, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 733 {sj}

Rüdiger Schnell, The Discourse on Marriage in the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 771 {sj}

Karl F. Morrison, Sounding Hermeneutics: Two Recent Works [Review Article], in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 787 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 799 {sj}

Caroline Walker Bynum, Metamorphosis, or Gerald and the Werewolf, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 987 {sj}

V.A. Kolve, Ganymede / Son of Getron: Medieval Monasticism and the Drama of Same-Sex Desire, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 1014 {sj}

Marci Sortor, The Ieperleet Affair: The Struggle for Market Position in Late-Medieval Flanders, in: Speculum 73, 1998, p. 1068 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1101 {sj}


Speculum 74, 1999

Joanna Story, Cathwulf, Kingship and the Royal Abbey of Saint-Denis, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 1 {sj}

R. Mark Scowcroft, The Irish Analogues to Beowulf, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 22 {sj}

Philip Daileader, The Vanishing Consulates of Catalonia, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 65 {sj}

Timothy J. McGee, Dinner Music for the Florentine Signoria, 1350-1450, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 95 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 115
Jay Rubenstein, Liturgy against History: The Competing Visions of Lanfranc and Eadmer of Canterbury, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 279 {sj}

Benjamin Z. Kedar, On the Origins of the Earliest Laws of Frankish Jerusalem: The Canons of the Council of Nablus, 1120, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 310 {sj}

Michela Pereira, Alchemy and the Use of Vernacular Languages in the Late Middle Ages, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 336
Ethan Knapp, Bureaucratic Identity and the Construction of the Self in Hoccleve's Formulary and La male regle, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 357 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 377 {sj}

Monika Otter, 1066: The Moment of Transition in Two Narratives of the Norman Conquest, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 565 {sj}

Edward Peters; Walter P. Simons, The New Huizinga and the Old Middle Ages, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 587 {sj}

Jenny Jochens, Late and Peaceful: Iceland's Conversion through Arbitration in 1000, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 621 {sj}

Thomas Head, The Development of the Peace of God in Aquitaine (970-1005), in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 656 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 687 {sj}

Theodore M. Andersson, The King of Iceland, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 923 {sj}

Martin Camargo, Tria sunt: The Long and the Short of Georffrey of Vinsauf's Documentum de modo et arte dictandi et versificandi, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 935 {sj}

Simon Walker, Between Church and Crown: Master Richard Andrew, King's Clerk, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 956 {sj}

Adam S. Cohen, The Art of Reform in a Bavarian Nunnery around 1000, in: Speculum 74, 1999, p. 992 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1021 {sj}


Speculum 75, 2000

Teodolinda Barolini, Dante and Francesca da Rimini: Realpolitik, Romance, Gender, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 1 {sj}

Huw Pryce, Lawbooks and Literacy in Medieval Wales, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 29 {sj}

Lynn Staley, Gower, Richard II, Henry of Derby and the Business of Making Culture, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 68 {sj}

Richard Landes, The Fear of an Apocalyptic Year 1000: Augustinian Historiography, Medieval and Modern, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 97 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 146 {sj}

Carolyn Marino Malone, The Rotunda of Sancta Maria in Dijon as "Ostwerk", in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 285 {sj}

Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, Prophecy and Suspicion: Closet Radicalism, Reformist Politics and the Vogue for Hildegardiana in Ricardian England, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 318 {sj}

Henry Ansgar Kelly, Bishop, Prioress and Bawd in the Stews of Southwerk, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 342 {sj}

Margot Fassler, Mary's Nativity, Fulbert of Chartres and the Stirps Jesse: Liturgical Innovation circa 1000 and Its Afterlife, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 389 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 435 {sj}

John Charles Arnold, Arcadia Becomes Jerusalem: Angelic Caverns and Shrine Conversion at Monte Gargano, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 567 {sj}

Thomas B. Payne, Aurelianis civitas: Student Unrest in Medieval France and a Conductus by Philip the Chancellor, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 589 {sj}

Marcia Kupfer, Symbolic Cartography in a Medieval Parish: From Spatialized Body to Painted Church at Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 615 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 668 {sj}

Robert Brentano, Preferences in History, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 787 {sj}

David Foote, How the Past Becomes a Rumor: The Notarialization of Historical Consciousness in Medieval Orvieto, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 794 {sj}

Katrin Kogman-Appel, Coping with Jewish Pictorial Sources: What Did Jewish Miniaturists Not Paint?, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 816 {sj}

Alfred Hiatt, The Cartographic Imagination of Thomas Elmham, in: Speculum 75, 2000, p. 859 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 887 {sj}


Speculum 76, 2001

Stephen L. Wailes, Beyond Virginity: Flesh and Spirit in the Plays of Hrotsvit of Gandersheim, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 1 {sj}

Andrew Taylor, Was There a Song of Roland?, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 28 {sj}

Joan Cadden, "Nothing Natural is Shameful": Vestiges of a Debate about Sex and Science in a Group of Late-Medieval Manuscripts, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 66 {sj}

Daniel Lord Smail, Hatred as a Social Institution in Late-Medieval Society, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 90 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 127 {sj}

David A. Warner, Ritual and Memory in the Ottonian Reich: The Ceremony of Adventus, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 255 {sj}

Nancy Bisaha, Petrarch's Vision of the Muslim and Byzantine East, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 284 {sj}

Anne Dunlop, Masculinity, Crusading and Devotion: Francesco Casali's Fresco in the Trecento Perugian Contado, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 315 {sj}

Theresa Coletti, Paupertas est donum Dei: Hagiography, Lay Religion and the Economics of Salvation in the Digby Mary Magdalene, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 337 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 379 {sj}

Janina M. Safran, Identity and Differentiation in Ninth-Century al-Andalus, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 573 {sj}

Anne Derbes; Mark Sandona, "Ave charitate plena": Variations on the Theme of Charity in theArena Chapel, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 599 {sj}

Lee Patterson, Chaucer's Pardoner on the Couch: Psyche and Clio in Medieval Literary Studies, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 638 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 681 {sj}

Joan M. Ferrante, "Licet longinquis regionibus corpore separati": Letters as a Link in and to the Middle Ages, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 877 {sj}

Mary Alberi, "The Better Paths of Wisdom": Alcuin's Monastic "True Philosophy" and the Worldly Court, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 896 {sj}

Kenneth Stow, Conversion, Apostasy and Apprehensiveness: Emicho of Flonheim and the Fear of Jews in the Twelfth Century, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 911 {sj}

Sarah-Grace Heller, Light as Glamour: The Luminescent Ideal of Beauty in the Roman de la Rose, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 934 {sj}

Michael D. Bailey, From Sorcery to Witchcraft: Clerical Conceptions of Magic in the Later Middle Ages, in: Speculum 76, 2001, p. 960 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 991 {sj}


Speculum 77, 2002

Gregory A. Smith, Sine rege, sine principe: Peter the Venerable on Violence in Twelfth-Century Burgundy, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 1-33 {sj}

Alison I. Beach, Voices from a Distant Land: Fragments of a Twelfth-Century Nuns' Letter Collection, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 34-54 {sj}

Peggy McCracken, Engendering Sacrifice: Blood, Lineage and Infanticide in Old French Literature, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 55-75 {sj}

Matthew Giancarlo, Murder, Lies and Storytelling: The Manipulation of Justice(s) in the Parliaments of 1397 and 1399, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 76-112 {sj}

Madeline H. Caviness, Hildegard of Bingen: Some Recent Books [Review Article], in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 113-120 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 121 {sj}

Shmuel Shepkaru, To Die for God: Martyrs' Heaven in Hebrew and Latin Crusade Narratives, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 311 {sj}

Constant J. Mews, The Council of Sens (1141): Abelard, Bernard and the Fear of Social Upheaval, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 342 {sj}

James Masschaele, The Public Space of the Marketplace of Medieval England, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 383 {sj}

Claire Valente, The "Lament of Edward II": Religious Lyric, Political Propaganda, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 422 {sj}

Barbara A. Hanawalt, Medievalists and the Study of Childhood, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 440 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 461 {sj}

Thomas E.A. Dale, The Individual, the Resurrected Body and Romanesque Portraiture: The Tomb of Rudolf von Schwaben in Merseburg, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 707 {sj}

June Hall McCash, La vie seinte Audree: A Fourth Text by Marie de France?, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 744 {sj}

Carol Symes, The Appearance of Early Vernacular Plays: Forms, Functions and the Future of Medieval Theater, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 778 {sj}

James G. Clark, Thomas Walsingham Reconsidered: Books and Learning at Late-Medieval St. Albans, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 832 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 861 {sj}

Andrew Hughes, Charlemagne's Chant, or The Great Vocal Shift, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 1069 {sj}

Robin Chapman Stacey, Divorce, Medieval Welsh Style, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 1107 {sj}

Andrew Cole, Chaucer's English Lesson, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 1128 {sj}

Ann Marie Rasmussen, Gendered Knowledge and Eavesdropping in the Late-Medieval Minnerede, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 1168 {sj}

Bruce W. Holsinger, Medieval Studies, Postcolonial Studies and the Genealogies of Critique, in: Speculum 77, 2002, p. 1195 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1228 {sj}


Speculum 78, 2003

Elizabeth Robertson, "This Living Hand": Thirteenth-Century Female Literacy, Materialist Immanence and the Reader of the Ancrene Wisse, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 1 {sj}

Richard Kay, Dante's Empyrean and the Eye of God, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 37 {sj}

Joëlle Rollo-Koster, The Politics of Boy Parts: Contested Topographics in Late-Medieval Aragon, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 66 {sj}

Maura B. Nolan, The Art of History Writing: Lydgate's Serpent of Division, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 99 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 128 {sj}

Lawrence Nees, Reading Aldred's Colophon for the Lindisfarne Gospels, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 333 {sj}

Louis I. Hamilton, Memory, Symbol and Arson: Was Rome "Sacked" in 1084?, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 378 {sj}

Sylvia Huot, Dangerous Embodiments: Froissart's Harton and Jean d'Arras's Melusine, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 400 {sj}

Thomas Kuehn, Family Solidarity in Exile and in Law: Alberti Lawsuits of the Early Quattrocento, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 421 {sj}

Joan A. Hollady, Tombs and Memory: Some Recent Books [Review Article], in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 440 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 451 {sj}

John J. Contreni, "Building Mansions in Heaven": The Visio Baronti, Archangel Raphael and a Carolingian King, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 673 {sj}

Antony Eastmond, "Local" Saints, Art and Regional Identity in the Orthodox World after the Fourth Crusade, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 707 {sj}

W.M. Ormrod, The Use of English: Language, Law and Political Culture in Fourteenth-Century England, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 750 {sj}

Susan J. Dudash, Christine de Pizan and the "menu peuple", in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 788 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 832 {sj}

John V. Fleming, Muses of the Monastery, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 1071 {sj}

John D. Niles, The Problem of the Ending of The Wife's Lament, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 1107 {sj}

C. Stephen Jaeger, Pessimism in the Twelfth-Century "Renaissance", in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 1151 {sj}

Martha G. Newman, Real Men and Imaginary Women: Engelhard of Langheim Considers a Woman in Disguise, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 1184 {sj}

Joyce Coleman, Strange Rhyme: Prosody and Nationhood in Robert Mannyng's Story of England, in: Speculum 78, 2003, p. 1214 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 1239 {sj}


Speculum 79, 2004

Scott DeGregorio, Bede's In Ezram et Neemiam and the Reform of the Northumbrian Church, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 1 {sj}

Jeffrey J. Cohen, The Flow of Blood in Medieval Norwich, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 26 {sj}

Mary Jane Kelley, Ascendant Eloquence: Language and Sanctity in the Works of Gonzalo de Berceo, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 66 {sj}

Melissa Meriam Bullard; S.R. Epstein; Benjamin G. Kohl; Susan Mosher Stuard, Where History and Theory Interact: Frederic C. Lane on the Emergence of Capitalism, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 88 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 120 {sj}

Jeremy Cohen, Synagoga conversa: Honorius Augustodunensis, the Song of Songs and Christianity's "Eschatological Jew", in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 309 {sj}

Beth Williamson, Altarpieces, Liturgy and Devotion, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 341 {sj}

David C. Mengel, From Venice to Jerusalem and Beyond: Milíč of Kroměříž and the Topography of Prostitution in Fourteenth-Century Prague, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 407 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 443 {sj}

Lisa M. Bitel, Ekphrasis at Kildare: The Imaginative Architecture of a Seventh-Century Hagiographer, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 605-627 {sj}

Noah D. Guynn, Authorship and Sexual/Allegorical Violence in Jean de Meun's Roman de la rose, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 628-659 {sj}

Maiju Lehmijoki-Gardner, Writing Religious Rules as an Interactive Process: Dominican Penitent Women and the Making of their Regula, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 660-687 {sj}

Robert J. Meyer-Lee, Laureates and Beggars in Fifteenth-Century English Poetry: The Case of George Ashby, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 688-726 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 727-870 {sj}

Lester K. Little, Cypress Beams, Kufic Script and Cut Stone: Rebuilding the Master Narrative of European History, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 909-928 {sj}

Greta Austin, Jurisprudence in the Service of Pastoral Care: The Decretum of Burchard of Worms, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 929-959 {sj}

Shannon McSheffrey, Place, Space and Situation: Public and Private in the Making of Marriage in Late-Medieval London, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 960-990 {sj}

Jody Enders, Theater Makes History: Ritual Murder by proxy in the Mistere de la Sainte Hostie, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 991-1016 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 79, 2004, p. 1017-1197 {sj}


Speculum 80, 2005

Barbara Newman, What Did It Mean to Say "I Saw"? The Clash between Theory and Practice in Medieval Visionary Culture, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 1-43 {sj}

Adam J. Kosto, Laymen, Clerics and Documentary Practices in the Early Middle Ages: The Example of Catalonia, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 44-74 {sj}

Fredric L. Cheyette; Howell Chickering, Love, Anger and Peace: social Practice and Poetic Play in the Ending of Yvain, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 75-117 {sj}

Sherry L. Reames, Reconstructing and Interpreting a Thirteenth-Century office for the Translation of Thomas Becket, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 118-170 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 171-367 {sj}

Walter Goffart, Jordanes's Getica and the Disputed Authenticity of Gothic Origins from Scandinavia, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 379-398 {sj}

Donald Maddox, Rewriting Marie de France: The Anonymous Lai du conseil, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 399-436 {sj}

Susan L. Einbinder, A Proper Diet: Medicine and History in Crescas Caslari's Esther, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 437-463 {sj}

Patricia Demarco, An Arthur for the Ricardian Arge: Crown, Nobility and the Alliterative Morte Arthure, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 464-493 {sj}

Gerhard Lutz, Recent Research on Late Gothic Sculpture in Germany [Review Article], in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 494-502 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 503-700 {sj}

Frederick M. Biggs, The Politics of Succession in Beowulf and Anglo-Saxon England, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 709-741 {sj}

Marco Zuccato, Gerbert of Aurillac and a Tenth-Century Jewish Channel for the Transmission of Arabic Science to the West, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 742-763 {sj}

Meredith Parsons Lillich, King Solomon in Bec, Archbishop Hincmar, the Ordo of 1250 and the Stained-Glass Program of the Nave of Reims Cathedral, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 764-801 {sj}

Heather Webb, Catherine of Siena's Heart, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 802-817 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 818-1021 {sj}

Barbara A. Hanawalt, Reading the Lives of the Illiterate: London's Poor, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 1067-1086 {sj}

Paul Meyvaert, The Date of Bede's In Ezram and His Image of Ezra in the Codex Amiatinus, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 1087-1133 {sj}

Therese Martin, The Art of a Reigning Queen as Dynastic Propaganda in Twelfth-Century Spain, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 1134-1171 {sj}

Sara Lipton, "The Sweet Lean of His Head": Writing about Looking at the Crucifix in the High Middle Ages, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 1172-1208 {sj}

Paul Freedman, Spices and Late-Medieval European Ideas of Scarcity and Value, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 1209-1227 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Speculum 80, 2005, p. 1228-1412 {sj}


Speculum 81, 2006

Claudia Bolgia, The Mosaics of Gregory IV at S. Marco, Rome: Papal Response to Venice, Byzantium and the Carolingians, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 1-34

Gerald B. Guest, The Prodigal's Journey: Ideologies of Self and City in the Gothic Cathedral, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 35-75

William D. Paden, Principles of Generic Classification in the Medieval European Lyric: The Case of Galician-Portuguese, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 76-96

Linne R. Mooney, Chaucer's Scribe, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 97-138

   Reviews, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 139-314

Natalia Lozovsky, Roman Geography and Ethnography in the Carolingian Empire, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 325-364

E. Jane Burns, Saracen Silk and the Virgin's Chemise: Cultural Crossings in Cloth, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 365-397

David Nirenberg, Figures of Thought and Figures of Flesh: "Jews" and "Judaism" in Late-Medieval Spanish Poetry and Politics, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 398-426

Jacqueline Stuhmiller, Iudicium Dei, iudicium fortunae: Trial by Combat in Malory's Le More Darthur, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 427-462

   Reviews, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 463-662

Florin Curta, Merovingian and Carolingian Gift Giving, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 671-699

Rachel Fulton, Praying with Anselm at Admont: A Meditation on Practice, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 700-733

Ruth Nisse, "Your Name Will No Longer Be Aseneth": Apocrypha, Anti-martyrdom and Jewish Conversion in Thirteenth-Century England, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 734-753

Eric Lawee, Graven Images, Astromagical Cherubs and Mosaic Miracles: A Fifteenth-Century Curial-Rabbinic Exchange, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 754-795

   Reviews, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 796-984

Marry Carruthers, Sweetness, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 999-1013

Amy C. Eichhorn-Mulligan, The Anatomy of Power and the Miracle of Kingship: The Female Body of Sovereignty in a Medieval Irish Kingship Tale, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 1014-1054

Maureen C. Miller, Why the Bishop of florence Had to Get Married, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 1055-1091

Chris Schabel, Philosophy and Theology across Cultures: Gersonides and Auriol on Divine Foreknowledge, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 1092-1117

Julian Weiss, What Every Noblewoman Needs to Know: Cultural Literacy in Late-Medieval Spain, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 1118-1149

Stephen Perkinson, Courtly Splendor, Urban Markets: Some Recent Exhibition Catalogues [Review Article], in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 1150-1157

   Reviews, in: Speculum 81, 2006, p. 1158-1299


Speculum 82, 2007

Christopher A. Jones, Monastic Identity and Sodomitic Danger in the Occupatio of Odo of Cluny, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 1-53

Suzanne LaVere, From Contemplation to Action: the Role of the Active Life in the Glossa ordinaria on the Song of Songs, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 54-69

Catherine McKenna, Performing Penance and Poetic Performance in the Medieval Welsh Court, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 70-96

Michelle M. Hamilton, Rereading the Widow: A Possible Judeo-Iberian Model for the Pseudo-Ovidian De Vetual and the Libro de buen amor, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 97-119

Maureen Jurkowski, Lollardy and Social Status in East Anglia, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 120-152

   Reviews, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 153-264

Rob Meens, Sanctuary, Penance and Dispute Settlement under Charlemagne: The conflict between Alcuin and Theodulf of Orléans over a Sinful Clerik, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 277-300

Olivia Remie Constable, Chess and Courtly Culture in Medieval Castile: The Libro de ajedrez of Alfonso X, el Sabio, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 301-347

John Haines, The Battle of Anesin: A Parody of Songs in Praise of War, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 348-379

Michelle Karnes, Nicholas Love and Medieval meditations on Christ, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 380-408

   Reviews, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 409-512

Albrecht Diem, Monks, Kings and the Transformation of Sanctity: Jonas of Bobbio and the End of the Holy Man, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 521-559

Sean Eisen Murphy, Concern about Judaizing in Academic Treatises on the Law, c. 1130-c. 1230, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 560-594

Peter V. Loewen; Robin Waugh, Mary Magdalene Preaches through Song: Feminine Expression in the Shrewsbury Officium Resurrectionis and in Easter Dramas from the German Lands and Bohemia, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 595-641

Amy G. Remensnyder, Christian Captives, Muslim Maidens and Mary, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 642-677

   Reviews, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 678-795

Roberta Frank, A Scandal in Toronto: The Dating of "Beowulf" a Quarter Century On, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 843-864

Michael McCormick; Paul Edward Dutton; Paul A. Mayewski, Volcanoes and the Climate Forcing of Carolingian Europe, A.D. 750-950, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 865-895

Susan Boynton, Prayer as Liturgical Performance in Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Psalters, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 896-931

Simon Horobin, Politics, Patronage and Piety inh the Work of Osbern Bokenham, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 932-949

   Reviews, in: Speculum 82, 2007, p. 950-1071


Speculum 83, 2008

Francis B. Brévart, Between Medicine, Magic and Religion: Wonder Drugs in German Medico-Pharmaceutical Treatises of the Thirteenth to Sixteenth Centuries, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 1-57

Marcia Kupfer, "... lectres ... plus vrayes": Hebrew Script and Jewish Winess in the Mandeville Manuscript of Charles V, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 58-111

Cynthia Robinson, Preaching to the Converted: Valladolid's Cristianos nuevos and the Retablo de don Sancho de Rojas (1415), in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 112-163

   Reviews, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 164-266

Monika Otter, Entrances and Exits: Performing the Psalms in Goscelin's Liber confortatorius, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 283-302

Fiona J. Griffiths, The Cross and the Cura monialium: Robert of Arbrissel, John the Evangelist and the Pastoral Care of Women in the Age of Reform, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 303-330

Nancy Mason Bradbury, Rival Wisdom in the Latin Dialogue of Solomon and Marcolf, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 331-365

W. Mark Ormrod, The Trials of Alice Perrers, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 366-396

   Reviews, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 397-521

Marina Smyth, The Body, Death and Resurrection: Perspectives of an Early Irish Theologian, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 531-571

Katherine Allen Smith, Saints in Shining Armor: Martial Asceticism and Masculine Models of Sanctity, ca. 1050-1250, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 572-602

William J. Courtenay; Karl B. Shoemaker, The Tears of Nicholas: Simony and Perjury by a Parisian Master of Theology in the Fourteenth Century, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 603-628

Walid A. Saleh, A Fifteenth-Century Muslim Hebraist: Al-Biqā'ī and His Defense of Using the Bible to Interpret the Qur'ān, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 629-654

   Reviews, in: Speculum 83, 2008, p. 655-787

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Speculum 84, 2009


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