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Recent Publications: Two New Primary Sources

This post is an appendix to two earlier posts: Recent Publications of Primary Sources, and also What’s a Good Introduction to Wycliffism?. Both of these provide new avenues to enter into the study of Wyclif and Wycliffite writings for a wide range of audiences. The first is Stephen Lahey’s translation, published by Cambridge, of Wyclif’s […]

Recent Publications: Primary Sources

Updated post! Please get in touch with if you know of anything else that should be added. These have been added to the Bibliography of Primary Sources. Dove, Mary, ed. The Earliest Advocates of the English Bible: The Texts of the Medieval Debate. Exeter: Univ. of Exeter Press, 2010. [New editions of the texts from […]

Recent Publications: Secondary Sources

The following is a list of over 60 recent publications. All have been added to the Bibliography of Secondary Sources. Please get in touch with with any emendations to what’s below, or if you know of anything else that should be included. This is not all new work from the past two years. Two major […]

New Essay Collection: Wycliffite Controversies

Brepols has published new collection of essays, edited by J. Patrick Hornbeck and Mishtooni Bose, that includes a wide range of work. According to the publisher the volume considers “in interdisciplinary fashion the historical, literary, and theological resonances of the Wycliffite controversies. Far from adhering to the traditional binary divide between ‘orthodoxy’ and ‘heresy’ as […]

New Publication: van Dussen, From England to Bohemia

Michael van Dussen has a new volume forthcoming (already out in the UK) entitled England to Bohemia: Heresy and Communication in the Later Middle Ages, as part of the Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature series. It promises to open up new ground on Wycliffism and communication with Bohemia. According to the book’s jacket description, “This […]

Additions to Primary Sources

In the summer of 2010, I posted a note listing three primary sources that would help research on Lollard Studies if they were on line. Two of these have now appeared on Google Books. These have also been added to the Bibliography of Primary Sources. The first is Wilkin’s Concilia Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae, in […]

Recent Publications in Lollard Studies

The following studies (a few, actually not so recent) have been added to the Bibliography of Secondary Sources over the past year or so. Please get in touch with to let us know of anything else which should be added. Aziz, Jeffrey H. “Of grace and gross bodies: Falstaff, Oldcastle, and the fires of reform.” […]

Publications on Hussite Studies

The following studies have recently been added to the Bibliography of Secondary Sources. Please get in touch to let us know of recent publications! Baker, Robin. “The Hungarian-speaking Hussites of Moldavia and Two English Episodes in their History.” Central Europe 4.1 (May 2006): 3-24. [According to the abstract, “The article considers the origin of the […]

Thomas Netter and his Doctrinale

A new collection of essays and bibliography has been published about Thomas Netter in Thomas Netter of Walden: Carmelite, Diplomant, and Theologian (c. 1372-1430), ed. Johan Bergström-Allen and Richard Copsey (Faversham, Kent: St. Albert’s Press, 2009). Netter was a Carmelite (or Whitefriar). At Oxford, sometime around 1400, he was a student of the Franciscan William […]

Fasciculus Rerum Expetendarum et Fugiendarum

Here’s a new book which came up on Google Books recently and I’ve added to the Primary Source Bibliography: the Fasciculus Rerum Expetendarum et Fugiendarum, as compiled by Edward Brown and published in London in 1690. I’ve seen older volumes like this one appear on Google over the past year or so. What Brown did […]