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A Century of British Medieval Studies
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A Century of British Medieval Studies

Alan Deyermond

Abstract

This book is a guide to the complete range of medieval scholarship undertaken in twentieth-century Britain: history, archaeology, language and culture. Some of the twenty-nine chapters here focus on changes in research method or on the achievements of individual scholars, others are the personal account of a lifetime's work in a discipline. Many outline the ways in which subjects may develop in the twenty-first century. The book sets British scholarship in its international context and contains useful bibliographies.

Keywords: medieval scholarship, twentieth-century Britain, history, archaeology, language, culture, research methods, individual scholars, personal accounts, British scholarship

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2007 Print ISBN-13: 9780197263952
Published to British Academy Scholarship Online: January 2012 DOI:10.5871/bacad/9780197263952.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Alan Deyermond, editor
Research Professor, School of Modern Languages, Queen Mary, University of London; Fellow of the British Academy

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Contents

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Introduction

Alan Deyermond

Anglo-Saxon England

Loyn Henry

European History

Janet L. Nelson

Ecclesiastical History

Mayr-Harting Henry

Economic History

Christopher Dyer

Legal History

Paul Brand

Celtic Studies

John T. Koch

Old Norse-Icelandic Studies

Heather O’Donoghue

Slavonic Studies

W. F. Ryan

Language

R. H. Robins

Latin

Richard Sharpe, and Alan Deyermond

Old English

Michael Lapidge

German Studies

John L. Flood

Romance Studies 3: Dante

Alan Deyermond

Numismatics

Philip Grierson

Cartography

P. D. A. Harvey

Medieval Thought

David Luscombe

Musicology

David Fallows

The Study of Medieval Art 2: 1950–2000

Jonathan J. G. Alexander

Metrics

Martin J. Duffell

The History of the Book

Richard Gameson

Epilogue

Alan Deyermond