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Index of Articles by Subject

Medieval Spirituality, Preaching, Hagiography, Hymnology, and Liturgy

ARBESMANN, R.  “Jordanus of Saxony’s Vita Sancti Augustini: The Source of John Capgrave’s Life of St. Augustine.”  TR 1 (1943): 341–55.

SELMER, C.  “The Irish St. Brendan Legend in Lower Germany and on the Baltic Coast.”  TR 4 (1946): 408–13.

HATZFELD, H. A.  “The Influence of Ramon Lull and Jan van Ruysbroeck on the Language of the Spanish Mystics.”  TR 4 (1946): 337–98.

KRAPPE, A. H.  “St. Patrick and the Snakes.”  TR 5 (1947): 323–30.

SELMER, C.  “The Origin of Brandenburg (Prussia), the St. Brendan Legend and the Scoti of the Tenth Century.”  TR 7 (1949–51): 416–32.

HENNIG, J.  “The Literary Tradition of Moses in Ireland.”  TR 7 (1949–51): 233–62.

CAVARNOS, J. P.  “Greek Translations of the ‘Adoro te devote’ and the ‘Ave verum.’”  TR 8 (1952): 418–23.

GRAY, L. H.  “Biblical Citations in Latin Lives of Welsh and Breton Saints Differing from the Vulgate.”  TR 8 (1952): 389–96.

HENNIG, J.  “A Note on Ireland’s Place in the Literary Tradition of St. Brendan.”  TR 8 (1952): 397–401.

SZÖVERFFY, J.  “The Legends of St. Peter in Medieval Latin Hymns.”  TR 10 (1954): 275–322.

BARON, R.  “Hugonis de Sancto Victore Epitome Dindimi in philosophiam: Introduction, texte critique et notes.”  TR 11 (1955): 91–148.

LIEGEY, G. M.  “The ‘Canticum amoris’ of Richard Rolle.”  TR 12 (1956): 369–92.

BLUM, O. J.  “Alberic of Monte Cassino and the Hymns and Rhythms Ascribed to Saint Peter Damian.”  TR 12 (1956): 87–148.

RUSSELL, J. C.  “The Problem of St. Patrick the Missionary.”  TR 12 (1956): 393–97.

SELMER, C.  “The Lisbon ‘Vita sancti Brendani abbatis’: A Hitherto Unknown Navigatio-Text and Translation from Old French into Latin.”  TR 13 (1957): 313–44.

SAVAGE, J. J.  “Virgilian Echoes in the ‘Dies irae.’”  TR 13 (1957): 443–51.

SMETANA, C. L.  “Aelfric and the Early Medieval Homiliary.”  TR 15 (1959): 163–204.

FIRTH, F.  “The ‘Poenitentiale’ of Robert of Flamborough: An Early Handbook for the Confessor in its Manuscript Tradition.”  TR 16 (1960): 541–55.

SMETANA, C. L.  “Aelfric and the Homiliary of Haymo of Halberstadt.”  TR 17 (1961): 457–68.

JORDAN, P.  “Pythagoras and Monachism.”  TR 17 (1961): 432–40.

FIRTH, F.  “More About Robert of Flamborough’s Penitential.”  TR 17 (1961): 531–32.

LECLERCQ, J.  “Une Vie de Jérôme d’Ancône par Ludovico Brunori.”  TR 19 (1963): 371–410.

SZÖVERFFY, J. “‘Peccatrix quondam femina’: A Survey of the Mary Magdalen Hymns.”  TR 19 (1963): 79–146.

TURVILLE-PETRE, J.  “Translations of a Lost Penitential Homily.”  TR 19 (1963): 51–78.

SZÖVERFFY, J.  “‘Crux fidelis . . .’: Prolegomena to a History of the Holy Cross Hymns.”  TR 22 (1966): 1–42.

ROBBINS, R. H.  “A Middle English Prayer to St. Mary Magdalen.”  TR 24 (1968): 458–63.

SZÖVERFFY, J.  “Hymnological Notes.”  TR 25 (1969): 457–71.

BLAKE, N. F.  “The Biblical Additions in Caxton’s ‘Golden Legend.’”  TR 25 (1969): 231–48.

BANTA, F. G.  “Berthold von Regensburg: Investigations Past and Present.”  TR 25 (1969): 472–80.

O’MALLEY, J. F.  “An Introduction to the Study of the Hymns on St. James as Literature.”  TR 26 (1970): 255–92.

LAGORIO, V. M.  “Pan-Brittonic Hagiography and the Arthurian Grail Cycle.”  TR 26 (1970): 29–62.

SZÖVERFFY, J.  “An Echo of the Servius Commentary in a Christmas Song around 1400.”  TR 27 (1971): 491–94.

GREGG, J. Y.  “The Exempla of ‘Jacob’s Well’: A Study in the Transmission of Medieval Sermon Stories.”  TR 33 (1977): 359–80.

CROSS, J. E.  “‘Legimus in ecclesiasticis historiis’: A Sermon for All Saints, and its Use in Old English Prose.”  TR 33 (1977): 101–36.

HORNER, P. J.  “A Sermon on the Anniversary of the Death of Thomas Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick.”  TR 34 (1978): 381–402.

McNALLY, R. E.  “‘In nomine Dei summi’: Seven Hiberno-Latin Sermons.”  TR 35 (1979): 121–44.

ROBERTS, P. B.  “Master Stephen Langton Preaches to the People and Clergy: Sermon Texts from the Twelfth Century Paris.”  TR 36 (1980): 237–68.

CROSS, J. E., and C. J. TUPLIN.  “An Unrecorded Variant of the ‘Passio S. Christinae’ and the Old English Martyrology.”  TR 36 (1980): 161–236.

COLLEDGE, E., and J. C. MARLER.  “‘Céphalologie’: A Recurring Theme in Classical and Medieval Lore.”  TR 37 (1981): 411–25.

McEVOY, J.  “Notes on the Prologue of St. Aelred of Rievaulx’s De spirituali amicitia, with a Translation.”  TR 37 (1981): 396–410.

HORRALL, S. M.  “Thomas of Hales, O.F.M.: His Life and Works.”  TR 42 (1986): 287–98.

BABCOCK, R. G.  “Astrology and Pagan Gods in Carolingian Vitae of St. Lambert.”  TR 42 (1986): 95–114.

SIMPSON, D.  “The Proverbia Grecorum.”  TR 43 (1987): 1–22.

LOHR, C. H., and F. DOMINGUEZ.  “Raimundus Lullus, Liber amici et amati: Introduction and Critical Text.”  TR 44 (1988): 325–72; TR 45 (1989): 435.

NEWMAN, B.  “Flaws in the Golden Bowl: Gender and Spiritual Formation in the Twelfth Century.”  TR 45 (1989): 111–46.

TACHAU, K. H.  “Looking Gravely at Dominican Puns: The ‘Sermons’ of Robert Holcot and Ralph Friseby.”  TR 46 (1991): 337–45.

McLAUGHLIN, R. E.  “The Word Eclipsed? Preaching in the Early Middle Ages.”  TR 46 (1991): 77–122.

HEFFERNAN, T. J.  “Philology and Authorship in the ‘Passio Sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis.’”  TR 50 (1995): 315–25.

WENZEL, S.  “Robert Lychlade’s Oxford Sermon of 1395.”  TR 53 (1998): 203–30.

HAMMER, C. I.  “The Social Landscape of the Prague Sacramentary: The Prosopography of an Eighth-Century Mass-Book.”  TR 54 (1999): 41–80.

JONES, C. A.  “A Liturgical Miscellany in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 190.”  TR 54 (1999): 103–40.

LITTLE, K. C. “Catechesis and Castigation: Sin in the Wycliffite Sermon Cycle.”  TR 54 (1999): 213–44. 

HANHAM, A.  “Text and Subtext: Bishop John Russell’s Parliamentary Sermons, 1483–1484.” TR 54 (1999): 301–22.

MACGENNIS, H. “Warrior Saints, Warfare, and the Hagiography of Ælfric of Eynsham.” TR 56 (2001): 27–51.

UPCHURCH, R. K. “For Pastoral Care and Political Gain: Ælfric of Eynsham’s Preaching on Marital Celibacy.” TR 59 (2004): 39–78.

JOLLY, K. L.  “Prayers from the Field: Practical Protection and Demonic Defense in Anglo-Saxon England.”  TR 61 (2006): 95–47. 

CURLEY, M. J.  “The Miracles of Saint David: A New Text and Its Context.”  TR 62 (2007): 135–205.

TRACY, L.  “The Middle English Life of Saint Dorothy in Trinity College, Dublin MS 319: Origins, Parallels, and Its Relationship to Osbern Bokenham’s Legendys of Hooly Wummen.”  TR 62 (2007): 259–84.

DOWNEY, S.  “Too Much of Too Little: Guthlac and the Temptation of Excessive Fasting.”  TR 63 (2008): 89–127.

PETERSON, J. L.  “The Politics of Sanctity in Thirteenth-Century Ferrara.”  TR 63 (2008): 307–26.

AMT, E.  “Ela Longespee’s Roll of Benefits: Piety and Reciprocity in the Thirteenth Century.”  TR 64 (2009): 1–56.

FRAZIER, A. “A Layman’s Life of St. Augustine in Late Medieval Italy: Patronage and Polemic.” TR 65 (2010): 231–86.

JONES, E. A. "Rites of Enclosure: The English Ordines for the Enclosing of Anchorites, S. XXII – S. XVI." TR 67 (2012): 145–234.

MANTELLO, F. A. C., AND J. GOERING. "Robert Grosseteste's Quoniam Cogitatio, A Treatise on Confession." TR 67 (2012): 341–84.

JOHNSON, H. "The Divine Dinner Party: Domestic Imagery and Easter Preaching in Late Medieval England." TR 67 (2012): 385–415. 

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