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Acker, Paul.  "A Middle English Prognostication by Winds in Columbia University, Plimpton MS 260," 8 (2005), 261-267.


Acker, Paul.  "The Middle English Cooking Recipes in New York, Public Library, Whitney MS 1," 14 (2011), 217-231.


Acker, Paul.  "Pseudo-Hildegard's Anti-Mendicant Prophecy in Columbia University, Plimpton MS Add 3," 16 (2013), 261-268.


Africa, Dorothy. "Book Forensics: The Analysis of Material Evidence Found in Book Conservation," 17 (2014), 230-241.


Altmann, Barbara K.  "Notions of Collaborative Authorship: Les Cent Ballades Attributed to Jean le Seneschal," 8 (2005), 47-70.


Arn, Mary-Jo.  "A Need for Books: Charles d'Orléans and his Traveling Libraries in England and France," 12 (2009), 77-98.


Bailey, Meridee L.  "Old Age and Economic Practices: Court of Chancery Cases Involving Richard Pynson, King's Printer," 17 (2014), 302-310.


Barratt, Alexandra.  "Anne Bulkeley and Her Book in Early Tudor England," 10 (2007), 1-29.


Blake, N. F.  "Geoffrey Chaucer and the Manuscripts of The Canterbury Tales," 1 (1997), 96-122.


Bouwmeester, Gerard.  "Interplay between Text and Text Collection: The Case of Augustijnken's Dryvoldicheit," 17 (2014), 242-253.


Britnell, Jennifer.  "The Patroness and the Poet: The Religious Allegories of  Gabrielle de Bourbon and Jean Bouchet," 4 (2001), 127-149.


Brown, Cynthia I.  "Grief, Rape and Suicide as Consolation for the Queen: Ambivalent Images of Female Rulers in the Books of Anne de Bretagne," 4 (2001), 172-201.


Brown, Cynthia I. and Martha W. Driver.  "Women and Book Culture in Late Medieval and Early Modern France," 4 (2001), 1-8.


Brown, Cynthia I. and Barbara Valentine.  "Networking in Medieval and Postmodern Cultures: Texts, Authorship, and Intellectual Property," 2 (1999), 157-178.


Bryan, Elizabeth I.  "Rauner Codex MS 003183: The Beeleigh Abbey Brut at Dartmouth College," 12 (2009), 207-243.


Buettner, Brigitte.  "Women and the Circulation of Books," 4 (2001), 9-31.


Carley, James P. and Ann M. Hutchison.  "William Peto, O.F.M.Obs., and the 1556 Edition of The followinge of Chryste: Background and Context," 17 (2014), 94-118.


Cerquiglini-Toulet, Jacqueline.  "Christine de Pisan and the Book: Programs and Modes of Reading, Strategies for Publication," 4(2001), 112-26.


Clifton, Nicole.  "Manuscripts of 'A Prince out of the North'," 14 (2011), 251-260.


Colwell, Tania M.  "The Middle English Melusine: Evidence for an Early Edition of the Prose Romance in the Bodleian Library," 17 (2014), 254-282.


Connolly, Margaret.  "Practical Reading for Body and Soul in Some Later Medieval Manuscript Miscellanies," 10 (2007), 151-174.


Conrad-O'Briain, Helen.  See O'Sullivan, Orlaith (2000).


Cook, Megan.  "How Francis Thynne Read his Chaucer," 15 (2012), 215-243.


Cooper, Lisa H.  "The 'Boke of Oure Charges': Constructing Community in the Maisons' Constitutions," 6 (2003), 1-39.


Costomiris, Robert. "Sharing Chaucer's Authority in Prefaces to Chaucer's Works from William Caxton to William Thynne,"      5 (2002), 1-13.


Cowling, David I.  "Verbal and Visual Metaphors in the Cambridge Manuscript of the Douze Dames de Rhétorique, (1463)" 3 (2000), 94-118.


Croenen, Godfried, Kristen M. Figg, and Andrew Taylor.  "Authorship, Patronage and Literary Gifts: The Books Froissart Brought to England in 1395," 11 (2008), 1-42.


Crofton, Melissa.  "From Medieval Mystic to Early Modern Anchoress: Rewriting The Book of Margery Kempe," 16 (2013), 101-124.


Cummins, Linda Page.  "The Manuscript Sources of Divina auxiliante gratia," 13 (2010), 169-201.


Da Costa, Alexandra.  "Marketing the Shrine: Printed Pilgrimage Souvenirs, Guides and Advertising," 16 (2013), 85-100.


David, Bryan P.  "The Prophecies of Piers Plowman in Cambridge University Library MS Gg.4.31,"  5 (2002), 15-36.


Davis, David.  "Images on the Move: The Virgin, the Kalendar of Shepherds, and the Transmission of Woodcuts in Tudor England," 12 (2009), 99-132.


De Weever, Jacqueline.  "An Overgrown Garden: Text and Gloss in a 1497 Printed Edition of Aesop's Fables," 9 (2006), 149-159.


Doyle, A. I.  "The Copyist of MSS Bodley 283 and Durham Cosin V.II.15," 9 (2006), 125-129.


Doyle, A. I.  "The Speculum Spiritualium from Manuscript to Print," 11 (2008), 145-153.


Dresvina, Juliana.  "A Note on a Hitherto Unpublished Life of St Margaret of Antioch from MS Eng. th. e 18: Its Scribe and its Source," 10 (2007), 217-231.


Driver, Martha W.  See Brown, Cynthia (2001).


Dutton, Elizabeth.  "Textual Disunities and Ambiguities of Mise-en-Page in Book to a Mother," 6 (2003), 149-159.


Eagleton, Catherine.  "A Previously Unnoticed Fragment of Chaucer's Treatise on the Astrolabe," 6 (2003), 161-173.


Edden, Valerie.  "Felip Ribot's Institution of the First Monks: Telling Stories About the Carmelites," 7 (2004), 141-151.


Edmunds, Sheila.  "Anna Rügerin Revealed," 2 (1999), 179-181.


Edmunds, Sheila.  "The Life and Work of Clara Hätzlerin," 2 (1999), 1-25.


Erwin, Rebecca Schoff.  "Early Editing of Margery Kempe in Manuscript and |Print," 9 (2006), 75-94.


Farvolden, Pamela: see Reimer, Stephen R. (2005).


Fein, Susanna.  "Quatrefoil and Quatrefolia: The Devotional Layout of an Alliterative Poem," 2 (1999), 26-45.


Fein, Susanna.  "The Four Scribes of MS Harley 2253," 16 (2013), 27-53.


Figg, Kristen M.  "The Narrative of Selection in Jean Froissart's Collected Poems: Omissions and Additions in BN MSS fr. 830 and 831," 5 (2002), 37-55.


Figg, Kristen M:  see Croenen, Godfried (2008).


Flamand, Jean-Marie.  "Lefèvre d'Étaples and the Politics of Plato: The Hecatonomiae (1506)," 17 (2014), 326-347.


Flood, Victoria.  "An English Owain Prophecy: The Influence of Welsh Prophetic Material in Oxford, All Souls College, MS 33," 17 (2014), 283-292.


Foster, Michael.  "Urbane Boys and Obedient Stonemasons: An Adapted Courtesy Poem in British Library Royal MS 17.A.1," 11 (2008), 213-216.


Fredell, Joel.  "A Little-Known Manuscript of Latini's Tesoretto," 3 (2000), 202-209.


Fredell, Joel.  "Design and Authorship in the Book of Margery Kempe," 12 (2009), 1-28.


Fredell, Joel.  "'Go litel quaier': Lydgate's Pamphlet Poetry," 9 (2006), 51-73.


Friedman, John Block.  "'Monstres qui a ii Mamelles Bloe': Illuminator's Instructions in a MS of Thomas of Cantimpré," 7 (2004), 11-32.


Friedman, John Block.  "The Peddler-Robbed-by-Apes Topos: Parchment to Print and Back Again," 11 (2008), 87-120.


Friedman, John BLock.  "Werewolf Transformation in the Manuscript Era," 17 (2014), 35-93.


Friedman, John Block:  see Giogoli, Kathrin (2005).


Gibbons, Victoria Louise.  "The Manuscript Titles of Truth: Titology and the Medieval Gap," 11 (2008), 197-206.


Gillespie, Alexandra.  "The Lydgate Canon in Print from 1476 to 1534," 3 (2000), 59-93.


Giogoli, Kathrin and John Block Friedman.  "Robinet Testard, Court Illuminator: His Manuscripts and his Debt to the Graphic Arts," 8 (2005), 143-88.


Graham, Angus.  "'Hie noch von Melibeo': The Philosophy of Crisis in Fifteenth-Century Swabia," 8 (2005), 125-142.


Graham, Angus.  "The Anonymity of Albertanus: A Case Study from the French," 3 (2000),  198-201.


Griffin, Carrie.  "'A Good Reder and a Deuout': Instruction, Reading and Devotion in the Wise Book of Philosophy and Astronomy," 10 (2007), 107-127.


Grisé, C. Annette.  "The Mixed Life and Lay Piety in Mystical Texts Printed in Pre-Reformation England," 8 (2005), 97-123.


Gwara, Joseph J.  "A Possible Hebraism in Grisel y Mirabella and its Implications: Old Spanish Cultre '(Textual) Amulet'," 15 (2012), 1-40.


Gwara, Joseph J.  "Four Fragments in the Folger Shakespeare Library," 17 (2014), 119-179.


Halporn, Barbara.  "The Margarita Philosophica: A Case Study in Early Modern Book Design," 3 (2000), 152-66.


Hanna, Ralph.  "A New Fragment of the Speculum Vitae," 6 (2003), 137-142.


Hanna, Ralph.  "'Documentum Roberti Grosehede': An Unpublished Early Lollard Text," 13 (2010), 265-274.


Hanna, Ralph.  "Jolly Jankin Meets Aristotle," 11 (2008), 223-229.


Hanna, Ralph.  "Lambeth Palace Library MS 260 and Some Aspects of Northern Book History," 9 (2006), 131-140.


Hanna, Ralph.  "Pre-Fifteenth-Century Scribes Copying Middle English in More than One Manuscript," 14 (2011), 179-193.


Hanna, Ralph.  "Two British Library Biblical MSS: Some Observations," 8 (2005), 189-196.


Hanna, Ralph.  "Two New Manuscript Fragments of Speculum Vitae," 16 (2013), 221-226.


Hanna, Ralph.  "A Blessed Burgh, Fasting, and Filthy Lucre: Middle English Bits from Merton College, MS 249," 17 (2014),  293-301.


Hanna, Ralph and Katherine Zieman.  "The Transmission of 'The Book of Shrift'," 13 (2010), 255-263.


Harashima, Tatako.  "The Narrative Functions of John Rastell's Printing of The Pastyme of People and Early Tudor 'Genealogical' Issues," 11 (2008), 43-86.


Hardman, Phillipa.  "A Note on the Collection of BL MS Add. 37492," 11 (2008), 217-221.


Hardman, Philippa.  "'This Litel Child, His Litel Book': Narratives for Children in Late-Fifteenth-Century England," 7 (2004), 51-66.


Harrington, Marjorie.  "Magi and Angels: Charms in Plimpton Add. MS 02," 16 (2013), 1-26.


Havens, Jill C.  "A Narrative of Faith: Middle English Devotional Anthologies and Religious Practice," 7 (2004), 67-84.


Hieatt, Constance B.  "Richard Pynson's Noble Boke of Festes Ryalle and Cokery and its Relationship to Two Analogous Manuscripts," 1 (1997), 78-95.


Hieatt, Constance B.  "Sources of, and Analogues to, the Noble Boke of Cokery," 3 (2000), 119-35.


Higl, Andrew.  "Joining the Canterbury Tales: The Interactivity of its Reception and Transmission," 12 (2009), 29-49.


Higl, Andrew.  "The Production of Oxford, Christ Church MS 152 and the Ploughman's Tale of Marian Devotion," 12 (2009), 173-181.


Hilmo, Maidie.  "The Clerk's 'Unscholarly Bow': Seeing and Reading Chaucer's Clerk from the Ellesmere MS to Caxton," 10 (2007), 71-105.


Hindley, Katherine.  "Mandeville Rediscovered: Examining Beinecke MS Osborn a55, the 'Lost' Manuscript of Mandeville's Travels," 17 (2014), 180-194.


Horobin, Simon.  "Richard James and the Seventeenth-Century Provenance of British Library MS Cotton Caligula A.XI," 13 (2010), 249-254.


Horobin, Simon.  "The Edmund-Fremund Scribe Copying Chaucer," 12 (2009), 195-205.


Horobin, Simon and Jeremy Smith.  "The Middle English Grammar Project," 2 (1999), 184-187.


Hussey, Stanley.  "Editing for the Millennium," 1 (1997), 123-34.


Hutchison, Anne M.: see Carley, James P. (2014).


Ikeda, Sanae.  "Caxton's Printing of Christine de Pisan's Fayttes of Armes and of Chyualrye," 10 (2007), 185-200.


Inglis, Erik.  "A Book in the Hand: Some Late Medieval Accounts of Manuscript Presentations," 5 (2002), 57-97.


James-Maddocks, Holly, and Deborah Thorpe.  "A Petition Written by Ricardus Franciscus," 15 (2012), 245-75.


Johnston, Hope.  "Early Printed Chaucer Editions in the Harry Ransom Center's George A. Aitken Collection," 17 (2014), 311-325.


Johnston, Michael.  "Two Lancashire Romance Codices: Cambridge, University Linrary MS Ff.2.38 and Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Ashmole 61," 15 (2012), 85-100.


Jones, Claire.  " An Assortment of Doctors: The Readers of Medical Books in Late Medieval England," 3 (2000), 136-51.


Jones, Claire.  "Family Ties: the Use of the 'Shopping List' in Manuscript Genealogy," 5 (2002), 141-43.


Juhasz-Ormsby, Agnes.  "Reading Practices of a Tudor Educator: Nicholas Udall's Annotated Copy of Thomas Linacre's De emendata structura Latini Sermonis libri sex," 12 (2009), 133-160.


Kelen, Sarah A.  "Climbing Up the Family Tree: Chaucer's Tudor Progeny," 6 (2003), 109-123.


Kelly, Stephen and Jason O'Rourke.  "Culturally Mapping the English Brut: A Preliminary Report from the 'Imagining History' Project," 6 (2003), 41-60.


Kemp, William.  "Marguerite of Navarre, Clément Marot, and the 1533 Augereau Editions of the Miroir de l'ame pécheresse," 2 (1999), 113-156.


Kennedy, Ruth.  "The Evangelist in Robert Thornton's Devotional Book: Organizing Principles at the Level of the Quire," 8 (2005), 71-95.


Kerby-Fulton, Katheryn.  "The Clerical Proletariat: The Underemployed Scribe and Vocational Crisis," 17 (2014), 1-34.


Kertz, Lydia Yaitsky.  "Fragments of Malmesbury: A Reevaluation of Manuscript Lewis E.247," 16 (2013), 227-247.


Khalaf, Omar.  "Lord Rivers and Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Bodley 264: A Speculum  for the Prince of Wales?" 14 (2011), 239-250.


Kim, Dorothy.  "Female Readers, Passion Devotion, and the History of MS Royal 17 A.xxvii," 15 (2012), 153-213.


Kimmelman, Burt.  "'Thanne motyn we to Bokys': Writing's Harvest in the Prologue to the Legend of Good Women,"  3 (2000), 1-35.


King, Pamela M.  "The Pastedowns in Coventry Record Office Accession 11/2, The Coventry Weavers' Pageant," 1 (1997), 141-43.


Kuczynski, Michael P.  "An Unpublished Lollard Psalms Catena in Huntington Library MS HM 501," 13 (2010), 95-138.


Kuczynski, Michael P.  "The Earliest English Wyclif Portraits?: Political Caricatures in Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS Laud Misc. 286," 5 (2002), 121-139.


Lambert, Elizabeth.  "Tracking the Letter 'H': An Exercise in Detection," 8 (2005), 197-213.


Larsen, Vickie.  " Julian of Norwich in the Fifteenth Century: The Material Record, Maternal Devotion, and London, Westminster Cathedral Treasury MS 4," 14 (2011), 41-73.


Lavinsky, David.  "An Early Sixteenth-Century Lutheran Dialogue and its Wycliffite Excerpt" 17 (2014), 195-220.


Legaré, Anne-Marie.  "Charlotte de Savoie's Library and Illuminators," 4 (2001), 32-87.


Legendre, Olivier.  "Some Tools for Dating and Localizing Manuscripts," 11 (2008), 181-196.


Livingston, Michael.  "A Sixth Hand in Cambridge, Trinity College, MS R.3.19," 8 (2005), 229-237.


Lucas, John Scott.  "South of the Border: Henry Mayer and the Catalan Incunables Attributed to Him," 6 (2003), 61-76.


Luongo, F. Thomas.  "Saintly Authorship in the Italian Renaissance: The Quattrocento Reception of Catherine of Siena's Letters," 8 (2005), 1-46.


Marshall, Helen.  "What's in a Paraph? A New Methodology and its Implications for the Auchinleck Manuscript," 13 (2010), 39-62.


Marshall, Simone Celine.  "The Assembly of Ladies: Contextual Meaning in the Manuscripts," 12 (2009), 53-76.


Marx, William.  "Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales MS 21608 And the Middle English Prose Brut," 1 (1997), 1-16.


Marx, William.  "John Warrin's Book: National Library of Wales MS 5006," 6 (2003), 93-107.


McGrady, Deborah.  "Printing the Patron's Pleasure for Profit: The Case of the Épîtres de l'Amant Vert," 2 (1999), 89-112.


McGrady, Deborah.  "Reinventing the Roman de la Rose for a Woman Reader: The Case of MS Douce 195," 4 (2001), 202-227.


McQuillen, John T.  "The Uses of Provenance Evidence: Reconstructing the Fifteenth-Century Library of Scheyern Abbey, Bavaria," 16 (2013), 125-170.


Moll, Richard.  "Gower's Cronica tripertita and the Latin Glosses to Harding's Chronicle," 7 (2004), 153-58.


Mooney, Linne R.  "A Fragment of the Cursor Mundi in the Sutherland Collection on Deposit in the National Library of Scotland," 6 (2003), 143-147.


Mooney, Linne R.  "A New Scribe of Chaucer and Gower," 7 (2004), 131-140.


Mooney, Linne R.  "Another Manuscript by the Scribe 'Cornhill'," 15 (2012), 277-87.


Mooney, Linne R.  "Middle English Verse in London, Lincoln's Inn, MS Hale 90," 2 (1999), 182-183.


Mooney, Linne R.  "Two Fragments of Lydgate's Troy Book in the Bodleian Library," 4 (2001), 259-66.


Mooney, Linne R.  "Verses Upon Death and Other Wall Paintings Surviving in the Guild Hall, Stratford-upon-Avon," 3 (2000), 182-90.


Mooney, Linne R. and Daniel W. Mosser.  "The Belvoir Castle (Duke of Rutland) Manuscript of John Lydgate's Fall of Princes," 12 (2009), 161-172.


Mooney, Linne:  see Stubbs, Estelle (2011).


Morris, Bridget.  "St. Brigitta of Sweden's Revelationes (1492) in York Minster Library," 13 (2010), 221-236.


Morse, Mary.  "Two Unpublished English Elevation Prayers in Takamiya MS 56," 16 (2013), 269-277.


Mosser, Daniel W.  "Dating the MSS of the 'Hammond Scribe': What the Paper Evidence Tells Us," 10 (2007), 31-70.


Mosser, Daniel W.  "Longleat House MS 30, T. Werken, and Thomas Betson," 15 (2012), 319-35.


Mosser, Daniel W.  "'The Chronicles of Saints and Kings of England': Two Occurrences of the |Middle English Prose Brut's 'Peculiar Version' in MSS of the Canterbury Tales,"  5(2002), 145-49.


Mosser, Daniel W.  "The Paper Stocks of the Beryn Scribe," 13 (2010), 63-93.


Mosser, Daniel W.  "The Scribe of Takamiya MS 32 (formerly the 'Delamere Chaucer') and Cambridge University Library MS Gg.1.34 (Part 3)," 7 (2004), 121-130.


Mosser, Daniel W.  "The Scribe(s) of British Library MSS Egerton 2864 and Additional 5140: To 'Lump' or 'Split'?" 8 (2005), 215-228.


Mosser, Daniel W.: see Mooney, Linne R. (2009); Mooney, Linne R. (2012).


Muzerelle, Denis.  "Dating Manuscripts: What is at Stake in the Steps Usually (but infrequently) Taken," 11 (2008), 167-180.


Nafde, Aditi.  "Hoccleve's Hands: The mise-en-page of the Autograph and Non-Autograph Manuscripts," 16 (2013), 55-83.


Nall, Catherine.  "Ricardus Franciscus Writes for William Worcester," 11 (2008), 207-212.


Nall, Catherine.  "Margaret Beaufort's Books: a New Discovery," 16 (2013), 213-220.


Nichols, Ann Eljenholm.  "'Oon of Foure': The Marginalia of Bodley 978," 1 (1997), 135-140.


Nichols, Ann Eljenholm.  "Pepys Library MS 2125: The Arma Christi Stubs," 9 (2006), 117-124.


Noonan, Sarah. "Private Reading and the Rolls of the Symbols of the Passion," 15 (2012), 289-304.


O'Byrne, Theresa.  "Notarial Signs and Scribal Training in the Fifteenth Century: The Case of James Yonge and Thomas Baghill," 15 (2012), 305-18.


O'Mara, Veronica and Virginia Blanton.  "Cambridge University Library, Additional MS 2604: Repackaging Female Saints' Lives for the Fifteenth-Century English Nun," 13 (2010), 237-247.


O'Rourke, Jason.  "British Library MS Royal 12 C.xii and the Problems of Patronage," 3 (2000), 216-26.


O'Rourke, Jason.  "Imagined Histories: An English Prophecy in a Welsh Manuscript Context," 5 (2002), 151-60.


O'Rourke, Jason: see Kelly, Stephen (2003).


Orth, Myra Dickman.  "Dedicating Women: MS Culture in the French Renaissance, The Cases of Catherine d'Amboise and Anne de Granville," 1 (1997), 17-47.


Orth,  Myra Dickman.  "Family Values: Manuscripts as Gifts and Legacies among French Renaissance Women," 4 (2001), 88-111.


Orth, Myra Dickman.  "Manuscript Production and Illumination in Renaissance Paris (1500-1565)," 6 (2003), 125-135.


O'Sullivan, Orlaith and Helen Conrad-O'Briain.  "The Book as Pledge: A Fifteenth-Century Verse in VK MS 678," 3 (2000), 210-15.


Pattwell, Niamh.  "Providing for the Learned Clerk: Schemes and Diagrams in Sacerdos Parochialis," 10 (2007), 129-149.


Pearsall, Derek.  "The Value/s of Manuscript Study: A Personal Retrospect," 3 (2000), 167-66.


Peikola, Matti.  "Lollard(?) Production Under the Looking Glass: The Case of Columbia University, Plimpton Add. MS 3," 9 (2006), 1-23.


Pickering, Oliver.  "A New Manuscript Fragment of the Northern Holily Cycle," 4 (2001), 267-80.


Plumley, Yolanda and Anne Stone.  "Buying Books, Narrating the Past: the Ownership of a Music Manuscript (Chantilly, Musée Condé, MS 564) in the Fifteenth and Nineteenth Centuries," 7 (2004), 85-101.


Powell, Susan.  "What Caxton did to the Festial: The Festial from Manuscript to Printed Edition," 1 (1997), 48-77.


Priki, Efthymia.  "Crossing the Text/Image Boundary: The French Adaptations of Hypnerotomachia Poliphili," 15 (2012), 337-55.


Pryor, Stephanie.  "Ars Imitationis: The Ellis Manuscript of Ovid's Metamorphoses and the Venice edition of 1584," 10 (2007), 201-215.


Reames, Sherry L.  "Lectionary Revision in Sarum Breviaries and the Origins of Early Printed Editions," 9 (2006), 95-115.


Rector, Geoff.  "The Romanz Psalter in England and Northern France in the Twelfth Century: Production, Mis-en-page, and Circulation," 13 (2010), 1-38.


Reimer, Stephen R. and Pamela Farvolden.  "Of Arms and the Manuscript: The Date and Provenance of Harley 2255," 8 (2005), 239-260.


Rice, Nicole.  "Profitable Devotions: Bodley MS 423, Guildhall MS 7114, and a Sixteenth-Century London Pewterer," 10 (2007), 175-183.


Robinson, Olivia.  "A Note on the Provenance of Bibliothèque Nationale de France, RES D.862, A Collection of Colard Mansion Prints," 16 (2013), 249-259.


Rode, Yvonne.  "Importing Books to London in the Late Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries: Evidence from the London Overseas Customs Accounts," 15 (2012), 41-84.


Rosenthal, Joel T.  "A Time to Read and a Time to Write: Dates, Days, and Saints in the Paston Letters" 16 (2013), 171-193.


Runnalls, Graham.  "Three Books in One, Including a New Edition Attributable to Vérard?," 3 (2000), 191-97.


Rust, Martha.  "An Exposition of Women's Names in British Library Harley MS 3362," 9 (2006), 141-148.


Rust, Martha Dana.  "Love Stories on Paper in Middle English Verse Love Epistles," 15 (2012), 101-151.


Sanders, Arnold.  "Writing Fame: Epitaph Transcriptions in Renaissance Chaucer Editions and the Construction of Chaucer's Poetic Reputation," 14 (2011), 145-178.


Sanders, Arnold.  "The '1689 Chaucer': A Reissue of the Last Black-Letter Chaucer Edition," 17 (2014), 221-229.


Schott, Christine.  "Notes for Posterity: an Owner's Annotation in an Early Piers Plowman Printing," 16 (2013), 195-202.


Schutte, Valerie.  "Qyeen Mary I's Books at Lambeth Palace Library," 17 (2014), 348-351.


Sider, Sandra.  "Iconography of the Tower of Babel in Dati's Sfera," 2 (1999), 73-88.


Smith, Jeremy:  see Horobin, Simon (1999).


Stirnemann, Patricia.  "Dating, Placing and Illumination," 11 (2008), 155-166.


Stone, Anne:  see Plumley, Yolanda (2004).


Stubbs, Estelle.  "A New Manuscript by the Hengwrt / Ellesmere Scribe?  Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, MS Peniarth 393D,"  5 (2002), 161-67.


Stubbs, Estelle and Linne Mooney.  "A Record Identifying Thomas Hoccleve's Father," 14 (2011), 233-237.


Swanson, R. N.  "A Small Library for Pastoral Care and Spiritual Instruction in Late Medieval England," 5 (2002), 99-120.


Swanson, R. N.  "Printing for Purgatory: Indulgences and Related Documents in England, 1476 to 1536," 14 (2011), 115-143.


Taylor, Andrew:  see Croenen, Godfried (2008).


Taylor, Jane H. M.  "Les Albums Poétiques de Margueritte D'Autriche: The Dynamics of an Early Renaissance Court," 4 (2001), 150-71.


Thaisen, Jacob.  "Overlooked Variants in the Orthography of BL Additional MS 35286," 11 (2008), 121-143.


Thorpe, Deborah.  "Documents and Books: A Case Study of Luket Nantron and Geoffrey Spirleng as Fifteenth-Century Administrators and Textwriters," 14 (2011), 195-215.


Thorpe, Deborah:  see James-Maddocks, Holly (2012).


Tokunaga, Satoko.  "Assessing Book Use by Women in Late Medieval England,"  5 (2002), 169-76.


Tracy, Larissa.  "British Library MS 630: Saint Alban's and Lydgate," 3 (2000), 36-58.


Tracy, Larissa.  "Torture Narrative: The Imposition of Medieval Method on Early Christian Texts," 7 (2004), 33-50.


Vines, Amy N.  "Fictions of Patronage: The Romance Heroine as Sponsor in John Metham's Amoryus and Cleopes," 13 (2010), 139-168.


Wakelin, Daniel.  "Caxton's Exemplar for The Chronicles of England," 14 (2011), 75-113.


Wakelin, Daniel.  "The Carol in Writing: Three Anthologies from Fifteenth-Century Norfolk," 9 (2006), 25-49.


Wakelin, Daniel.  "William Worcester Reads Chaucer's Boece,"  5(2002), 177-80.


Wang, Yu-Chiao.  "William Copland's and Thomas East's Promotional Strategies for the Morte Darthur: A Study of the Origins, Forms, and Contexts of Their Title Pages," 6 (2003), 77-92.


Warner, Lawrence.  "New Light on Piers Plowman's Ownership ca. 1450-1600," 12 (2009), 183-194.


Watt, David.  "Compilation and Contemplation: Beholding Thomas Hoccleve's Series in Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Selden supra 53," 14 (2011), 1-39.


Weiskott, Eric.  "Another Fragment of Speculum Vitae," 17 (2014), 352-355.


Wheatley, Edward.  "'Luther's Pestiferous Virus': An Angry Jesuit Remaps the Nuremberg Chronicle," 7 (2004), 103-119.


Wheatley, Edward.  "The Aesopic Corpus at War with Itself: A Literary Body and its Members," 2 (1999), 46-72.


Wheatley, Edward.  "A Dialogue of the Seven Cardinal Virtues and the Seven Deadly Sins in British Library MS Harley 2399," 16 (2013), 203-211.


Winn, Mary Beth.  "Louise de Savoie, 'Bibliophile'," 4 (2001), 228-58.


Zieman, Katherine: see Hanna, Ralph (2010).


Zweck, Jordan.  "Two Recently Discovered Fragments of Nassington and Rolle," 13 (2010), 203-219.