Faculty Publications 2015-2016

At the intellectual core of ACMRS are its peer-reviewed publications, which include about 25 books and three journals annually. Significantly augmenting that core are the multitudinous peer-reviewed publications of the Center’s affiliates. They have appeared in a wide range of prestigious scholarly journals and presses and range freely across the whole terrain of medieval and Renaissance studies from China and Japan to Egypt and Poland, from grammaticalization and gossip to the homeless and lust and witchcraft. Take a look at the impressive outpouring of scholarship from our affiliates that has appeared in 2015-2016:

John T. Brobeck Associate Professor of Musicology, University of Arizona
—“A Music Book for Mary Tudor, Queen of France,” Early Music History 35 (2016): 1-93.

Albrecht Classen University Distinguished Professor of German, University of Arizona
Bestseller – gestern und heute: Ein Blick vom Rand zum Zentrum der Literaturwissenschaft / Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen (80%) and Eva Parra Membrives (20%). Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016).
Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), vi, 545 pp., 73 ill.
Reading Medieval European Women Writers: Strong Literary Witnesses from the Past (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2016), 430 pp.
Mediaevistik, vol. 28, ed. (reviews) together with Werner Heinz (articles) (Frankfurt a.m M.: Peter Lang, 2015), 635 pp.
Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), VI, 402 pp.
—“Stolberg-Wernigerode, Anna zu,” Frauen in Sachsen-Anhalt: Ein biographisch-bibliographisches Lexikon vom Mittelalter bis zum 18. Jahrhundert, ed. Eva Labouvie (Cologne, Weimar, and Vienna: Böhlau, 2016), 350-51.
—“Haselnüsse, Erotik und Epistemologie in der Literatur des Mittelalters,” Fabula 56.1-2 (2015): 79-94.
—“Ein großes Gelage mit ernsthaften Folgen, erzählerisch reflektiert: Weinkonsum und Wirtshausszene in ‘Der Wiener Meerfahrt’,” ‘Tschuldigung...: Kuriose Miszellen. Andreas Meyer zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. Dorett Elodie Werhahn-Piorkowski, Hendrik Baumbach, and Alexander Maul (Marburg: 2015), 7-10.
—“Royal Figures as Nation Builders – King Kamehameha and Charlemagne: Myth Formation in the European Early Middle Ages and in Eighteenth-and Nineteenth-Century Polynesian Hawai’i,” Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal 3.2 (2016): 112-15. Link
—“Introduction,” Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016), 7-29.
—“Bestsellers in the European Middle Ages? An Examination of Some of the Most Popular Books in the Premodern Era. With Reflections on Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016), 83-103.
—“Anna Ovena Hoyers,”“...von gar nicht abschätzbarer Bedeutung”: Frauen schreiben Reformationsgeschichte, ed. Kerstin Klein (Kiel: Lutherische Verlagsgesellschaft, 2016), 24-25. Link
—“The Meaning of Literature - A Challenge of Modern Times — What the Sciences Cannot Teach Us. With Emphasis on the Gesta Romanorum, Boccaccio’s Decameron, Lessing’s Nathan the Wise, and the Verse Narratives by Heinrich Kaufringer,” Humanities Open Access (April 2016). Link
—“Das innovative Erfolgsrezept der Eleonore von Österreich (ca. 1450-1460): Wie erreichte Pontus und Sidonia den Status eines Bestsellers?,” Etudes Germaniques 71.1 (2016): 103-28.
—“Death and the Culture of Death: Universal Cultural-Historical Observations, with an Emphasis on the Middle Ages,” Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 1-57.
—“Death, Sinfulness, the Devil, and the Clerical Author: The Late Medieval German Didactic Debate Poem Des Teufels Netzt and the World of Craftsmanship,” Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 277-96.
—“From Scandal to the Scandalous: From the Fablel to Moriz von Craun,”‘Minne twinget sunder slac’: New Studies Addressing Mauritius von Craûn,” Leuvense Bijdragen 101 (2015/appeared in 2016): 1-20.
—“What Environmentalists (and the Rest of Us) Can Learn from the Middle Ages About the Importance of Forests,” History News Network (9-20-15) Link
—“Craftsmanship and the Guilds in the Late Middle Ages: The Testimony of Des Teufels Netz and of the Mendel and Landauer Housebooks,” History Research, Jan.-Mar., 2016, Vol. 6, No. 1, 23-39.
—“The Erotic and the Quest for Happiness in the Middle Ages. What Everybody Aspires to and Hardly Anyone Truly Achieves,” Magic, Marriage, and Midwifery: Eroticism in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Ian Moulton. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 39 (Tempe, AZ, and Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2016), 1-33.
—“The Myth of Charlemagne: From the Early Middle Ages to the Late Sixteenth Century,” peer-reviewed online article. Link
—“‘Der Wald war sein Schicksal . . . .’ An Ecocritical Reading of the Nibelungenlied,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 76 (2016): 270-89.
—“The Innovative Perception of Space (Europe) in Late Medieval German Literature The Spatial Turn in Light of Eleonore of Austria’s Pontus und Sidonia (ca. 1450-1460),” Neohelicon 42 (2016): 1-15. Link
—“Jesuit Missionaries Building a Global Network: Eighteenth-Century Exploration of the World in the Name of God. A Story of Disjointed Memory,” Annales Missiologici Posnanienses 19 (2014; appeared in 2016): 91-105.
—“Marital and Ethical Problems at Court: Pontus and Sidonia by Eleonore of Austria: A Late Medieval Contribution to Austrian Literature,” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 70.1 (2016): 23-33.
—“Angst vor dem Tod: Jämmerliche Männerfiguren in der deutschen Literatur des Spätmittelalters (von Mauritius von Craûn zu Heinrich Kaufringer und Till Eulenspiegel),” Jenseits: Eine mittelalterliche und mediävistische Imagination: Interdisziplinäre Ansätze zur Analyse des Unerklärlichen, ed. Christa Agnes Tuczay. Beihefte zur Mediävistik, 21 (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2016), 213-31.
—“Guildeluëc in Marie de France’s “Eliduc” as the Avatar of Heloise? The Destiny of Two Twelfth-Century Women,” Questiones Medii Aevii Novae (Poland) 20 (2015): 395-412.
—“Multilingualism in the Middle Ages: Theoretical and Historical Reflections: An Introduction,” Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 1-46.
—“Multilingualism in Medieval Europe: Pilgrimage, Travel, Diplomacy, and Linguistic Challenges. The Case of Felix Fabri and His Contemporaries,” Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 279-311.
—“Old High German Missionary Activities by Means of Zaubersprüche - Charms Anthropological-Religious Universals in the Early Middle Ages,” Kościoły w dobie chrystianizacji (Churches in the Era of Christianization), ed. Mariana Rędkowskiego. Wolińskie Spotkania Mediewistyczne III (Szczecin/Stettin: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Department of Archaeology, 2016), 77-88.

Charles W. Connell Professor of History, Northern Arizona University
Popular Opinion in the Middle Ages: Channeling Public Ideas and Attitudes in Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 18 (Berlin and Boston: Walter De Gruter, 2016).

Linda T. Darling Professor of History, University of Arizona
—“An Investigation of Official Corruption in Ottoman Egypt: Processes and Documents of Ottoman Administration,” History (Sofia, Bulgaria) 24.4 (2016): 343-53.
—“The Sultan’s Advisors and Their Opinions on the Identity of the Real Ottoman Elite,” in Living in the Ottoman Realm: Sultans, Subjects, and Elites, ed. Christine Isom-Verhaaren and Kent F. Schull (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2016), 171-81.
—“Justice and Power in the Ottoman Empire: Translations of Two Imperial Adaletnameler (Justice Decrees),” in Turkish Language, Literature, and History: Travellers’ Tales, Sultans, and Scholars since the Eighth Century, A Festschrift for Robert Dankoff, ed. William Hickman and Gary Leiser (London: Routledge, 2015), 79-98.
—“Ottoman Customs Registers (Gümrük Defterleri) as Sources for Global Exchange and Interaction,” Review of Middle East Studies 49.1 (2015): 1-22.
—“Nasîhatnâmeler, İcmal Defterleri, and the Timar-Holding Ottoman Elite in the Late Sixteenth Century – Part II, Including the Seventeenth Century,” Osmanlı Araştırmaları 45 (2015): 13-35.
—“Istanbul and the Late Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Elite: The Significance of Place,” in Osmanlı İstanbulu II (Istanbul: 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi and İstanbul Büyükşehir Belediyesi, 2014), 89-97.

Elly van Gelderen Regents' Professor of English, Arizona State University
Cyclical Change Continued, ed. Elly van Gelderen (Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2016).
—Split infinitives in Early Middle English. Language Dynamics and Change 6 (2016): 18-20.
—Introduction, 2016. Mustanoja’s A Middle English Syntax, vii-ix. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
—Introduction, 2016. In Cyclical Change Continued, edited by Elly van Gelderen, 3-17. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
—Features and Affix-hop. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 63.1 (2016): 1-22.
—Generative frameworks and approaches. 2016. In Cambridge Handbook of English Historical Linguistics, edited by Merja Kytö and Päivi Pahta, 79-94.
—Impersonal and referential null pronouns: some thoughts, 2016. In Let us have articles betwixt us, edited by Sten Vikner, Henrik Jørgensen, & Elly van Gelderen, 207-220.Aarhus: SUN-TRYCK.
—Grammaticalization, 2016, co-authored with D. Gary Miller. In Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics, online. Mark Aronoff (ed). New York: Oxford University Press.
—The Copula Cycle, special issue on Copulas in Lingue e Linguaggio XIV.2 (2015): 287-301.
—The particle how, 2015. In Discourse-oriented Syntax, edited by Josef Bayer, Roland Hinterhölzl, and Andreas Trotzke, 159-174. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
—Problems of Projection: The role of language change in labeling paradoxes, Studia Linguistica, published online: 28 October 2015.
—Formal Syntax and Language Change. In The Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics, edited by Claire Bowern and Beth Evans. 2015: 326-342. Routledge.
—The French subject cycle and the role of objects, 2016, joint paper with Mariana Bahtchevanova. In Cyclical Change Continued, 113-135. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Juan Pablo Gil-Osle Associate Professor of Spanish, Arizona State University
Los cigarrales de la privanza y el mecenazgo en Tirso de Molina. Biblioteca Áurea Hispánica. Madrid: Universidad de Navarra-Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2016. 198 pp. ISBN: 978-84-8489-945-7.
—“La tradición de la amistad femenina en La traición en la amistad de María de Zayas.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 93.4 (2016): 361-83.
—“El debate de la amicitia de las damas en Calderón de la Barca.” In Nuevas sonoras aves: catorce estudios sobre Calderón de la Barca. Ed. Antonio Sanchez-Jimenez. Madrid: Iberoamerciana-Vervuert-Universidad de Navarra. 2015. 215-26.
—“Disfrazándose como Escipión: de La Sofonisba de Trissino a los Africanos de Cervantes, Zorrilla, Pugat de la Serre y Calderón.” In “Los cielos se agotaron de prodigios”: Essays in Honor of Frederick A. de Armas. Ed. Christopher Weimer, Julio Vélez-Sainz, et al. Juan de la Cuesta. 2016. 113-120. Forthcoming.

Bradley Irish Assistant Professor of English, Arizona State University
—“Coriolanus and the Poetics of Disgust.” Shakespeare Survey 69: Shakespeare and Rome (November 2016).

Frederick Kiefer University Distinguished Professor of English, University of Arizona
—"Lost and Found: William Boyle's Jugurth." Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England 28 (2015): 17-29.

Ian Moulton Professor of English, Arizona State University
—“Monstrous Teardrops: The Materiality of Early Modern Affection” in Affective Economies and the Early Modern Stage, edited by Adam Zucker, Michelle Dowd, and Ronda Arab. 69-81. New York: Routledge, 2015.
—"Catching the Plague: Love, Happiness, Health and Disease in Shakespeare” in Disability, Health, and Happiness in the Shakespearean Body, ed. Sujata Iyengar, 212-22. New York: Routledge, 2015.
—“Introduction” to a Special Issue on "Sex Acts in the Early Modern World." Renaissance and Reformation, 38.4 (2015) co-edited by Vanessa McCarthy and Amyrose McCue Gill, 7-17.
—Moulton, Ian Frederick, editor: Magic, Marriage, and Midwifery: Eroticism in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Volume 39 in the series Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (ASMAR) Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2016. 171pp.

Devoney Looser Professor of English, Arizona State University
—West, Jane. A Gossip’s Story (1796) (Devoney Looser, Melinda O’Connell, and Caitlin Kelly, eds.) Richmond, VA: Valancourt, 2015. Also contributed Introduction.)
—Looser, Devoney, ed. Cambridge Companion to Women’s Writing of the Romantic Period. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. (Contributed Preface and chapter on “Age and Aging,” 169–82.)
The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation (Special Issue: “Jane Austen Among Her Contemporaries,” Vol. 56.2, ed. by Devoney Looser) (Summer 2015).Also contributed introduction, pp. 147–49.)
Romantic Circles Pedagogies Commons (Special Issue: “Teaching Jane Austen,” co-edited by Devoney Looser and Emily Friedman) April 2015. Web. Contributed co-authored introduction and co-authored annotated bibliography on the scholarship of teaching Jane Austen, with ASU grad student Emily Zarka.)
—“Mary Wollstonecraft, ‘Ithuriel,’ and the Rise of the Feminist Author-Ghost.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, 35.1 (2016): 59–91. Print.
—“British Women Writers, Big Data, and Big Biography, 1780–1830,” Women’s Writing 22.2 (2015): 165–71. Print.
—Looser, Devoney and Ruth Knezevich. “Jane Austen’s Afterlife, West Indian Madams, and the Literary Porter Family: Two New Letters from Charles Austen,” Modern Philology, 112.3 (2015): 554–568. Print.

Richard Newhauser Professor of English, Arizona State University
—“The Multisensoriality of Place and the Chaucerian Multisensual,” in: A. Kern-Stähler et al., eds., The Five Senses in Medieval and Early Modern England, Intersections 44 (Leiden and Boston, 2016), pp. 199-218.
—“Pride, the Prince, and the Prelate: Hamartiology and Restraints on Power,” in: P. Gilli, ed., La pathologie du pouvoir: vices, crimes et délits des gouvernants (Antiquité, Moyen Âge, époque moderne), Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions: History, Culture, Religion, Ideas 198 (Leiden, 2016), pp. 237-62.
—“The Senses, the Medieval Sensorium, and Sensing (in) the Middle Ages,” in: A. Classen, ed., Handbook of Medieval Culture: Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages (Berlin and New York, 2015), vol. 3, pp. 1559-75.
—“Educating the Senses on Love or Lust: Richard de Fournival and Peter of Limoges,” in: D. Stodola and G. Donavin, eds., Public Declamations: Essays on Medieval Rhetoric, Education, and Letters in Honour of Martin Camargo, Disputatio 27 (Turnhout, 2015), pp. 213-28.
—“Hate, Hatred, IV: Christianity, B. Medieval Times,” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, vol. 11 (Berlin and New York, 2015), 396-98.

Michael Ostling Honors Faculty Fellow, Arizona State University
Emotions in the History of Witchcraft (co-edited with Laura Kounine). Palgrave Macmillan (Palgrave Studies in the History of Emotions), November 2016.
—“‘Unbridled Passion’: Witchcraft in the History of Emotions” (with Laura Kounine). In L. Kounine and M. Ostling eds., Emotions in the History of Witchcraft. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
—“Speaking of Love in the Polish Witch-Trials.” In L. Kounine and M. Ostling eds., Emotions in the History of Witchcraft. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
—Special issue on witches’ flight: Magic, Ritual, & Witchcraft vol. 11 no. 1 (2016).
—“Introduction to the Special Issue: How (and Why) Do Witches Fly?” In Magic, Ritual, & Witchcraft vol. 11 no. 1 pp. 1-5.
—“Babyfat and Belladonna: Flight Ointment and the Contestation of Reality.” In Magic, Ritual, & Witchcraft vol. 11 no. 1 pp. 30-72.
—“Anti Anti-Culturalism: A Response to Edward Bever’s ‘Culture Warrior.’” In Preternature vol. 5 no. 2 (Winter 2016).
—“Secondary Elaborations: Realities and the Rationalization of Witchcraft (Review Essay). Preternature vol. 4 no. 2 pp. 203-210.

Hermann Rebel Emeritus Professor of History, University of Arizona
—"Between Heimat and Schubsystem: Walking the Homeless to Death in Early Modern Austria" in Central European History, 48 (2015) 461-479.

Jonathan Rose Emeritus Professor of Law, Arizona State University
Clergy and the Abuse of Legal Procedure in Medieval England in Troy Harris, ed., Essays in Honor of Professor Richard Helmholz (Robbins Collection Publications, School of Law (Boalt Hall), University of California, Berkeley 2015).

Corine Schleif Professor of Art History, Arizona State University
—"Haptic Communities: Hands Joined in and on Manuscripts," pp. 9-78 in:
Manuscripts Changing Hands, ed. Corine Schleif and Volker Schier, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2016

Anne Scott
—“Lodestone and Litmus Test: Aqueous Presentations of Emotional Experience in Medieval and Renaissance Literature,” Hygiene, Medicine, and Well Being in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time. Ed. Albrecht Classen. Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, forthcoming 2016 or 2017.

Robert S. Sturges. Professor of English, Arizona State University
Aucassin and Nicolette: A Facing-Page Edition and Translation. Sturges, Robert S., ed. and trans. East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2015.
The Circulation of Power in Medieval Biblical Drama: Theaters of Authority. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
—"The Guise and the Two Jerusalems: Joinville's Vie de saint Louis and an Early Modern Family's Medievalism." In Aspiration, Representation and Memory: The Guise in Europe, 1506-1688. Ed. Jessica Munns, Penny Richards, and Jonathan Spangler. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2015. 25-46.
—"Medievalisms in Contemporary Opera." In Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture. Ed. Gail Ashton. London: Bloomsbury, 2015. 22-31.

Sybil Thornton Associate Professor of History, Arizona State University
—"The Return Song and the Myth of the Founding of the Nation in Vreme na nasilie," Athens Journal of History 2 no. 3 (October 2016), 149-167.
—“Meitokuki: Earthquakes and Literary Fabrication in the gunki monogatari.”Japan Review 28 (October 2015): 225-234.
—“Shintō Art,” in The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the Arts, ed. by Frank Burch Brown (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).

Hoyt Cleveland Tillman
2015 Wang Meng-ou xueshu jiangzuo yanjiangji (Scholarly Lectures at the 2015 Professor Wang Meng-ou Forum). Taipei: Chinese Department of National ChengChi University, 2016; 101pages. ISBN: 978-986-04-9798-4.
—“Modernizing Tradition or Restoring Antiquity as Confucian Alternatives: A View from Reading Wedding Rituals in Contemporary China,” Co-author with Margaret Mih Tillman, in Guy Alitto, ed., Reconstituting Confucianism for the Contemporary World. Springer, 2015, pp. 79-100. Link
—“Ghosts, Gods, and the Ritual Practice of Local Officials during the Song: With a Focus on Zhu Xi in Nankang Prefecture,” Co-author with Chen Xi, Journal of Song and Yuan Studies, No. 44 (2014, actual February, 2016): 291-327.
—“The Confucian Canon’s Pivotal and Problematic Middle Era: Reflecting on the Northern Song Masters and Zhu Xi,” co-author with Yin Hui, Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 14.1 (March, 2015):95-105.
—“Southern Sung Confucianism.” In Cambridge History of China. Edited by John Chaffee and Denis Twitchett. 5.2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp. 727-790.
—“Wode Zhongguo yanjiu de bujie zhi yuan” (My Life with Chinese Studies), Guoji Hanxue yanjiu tongxun (International Sinology Research), Peking University’s Academy of Chinese Studies, No. 10 (December 2014): 291-306; Huazhong Guoxue (Middle China University National Studies, a journal of the Middle China University of Science and Technology), Vol. 3 (2014 [2015]): 9-18; and Lishi wexian yanjiu (Research on Historical Documents), Huadong Shifan Daxue (East China Normal University), Vol. 34 (2014 [2015]): 314-323.

Emil Volek Professor of Spanish, Arizona State University
La mujer que quiso ser amada por Dios: Sor Juana Inés en la cruz de la crítica. Editorial Verbum (Madrid, 2016)

Retha Warnicke Professor of History, Arizona State University
—"Mary I, Queen of England: Historiographical Essay, 2006 to Present." The Birth of a Queen: Essays on the Quincentenary of Mary I of England. Edited by Sarah Duncan and Valerie Schutte. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 255-72.
—“The Last Four Queens Consort of Henry VIII.” History, Fiction, and the Tudors: Sex, Power Politics and Artistic License in the Showtime Television Series. Ed. William Robison. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, pp. 97-114.

Jacqueline Wernimont Assistant Professor of English, Arizona State University
—“Ladies Diary: Mathematics, Gender, and Genre at the end of the 17th Century,” Seventeenth Century Literature and Science, Lynn Tribble and Howard Marticello, eds. forthcoming, November 2016, Rutgers University Press.

Stephen West Foundation Professor of Chinese, Arizona State University
Records of the Three Kingdoms in Plain Language.Translated, with Introduction and Annotations, by Wilt L. Idema and Stephen H. West (Hackett, 2016).

Thomas Willard Professor of English, University of Arizona
—“Hard Places: Some Early Guides to Paracelsian Neologisms,” Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2016), 355-93.
—"Images of Mortality in Early English Drama ," Death and the Culture of Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age," ed. Albrecht Classen, (Berlin and Boston: DeGruyter, 2016), 411-31.
2015
—"Alchemy, Astrology, and Other Occult Sciences," Handbook of Medieval Culture, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and Boston: DeGruyter, 2015), vol. 1, 102-19.
—“Beya and Gabricus: Eroticism in German Alchemy,” Mediaevistik 28 (2015): 269-81.
—"Frye’s Principles of Literary Symbolism: From the Classroom to the Critical Classics," Educating the Imagination: Northrop Frye, Past, Present, and Future, ed. Alan Bewell et al. (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2015), 132-46.