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Abraham Akkerman, Department of Geography

  • "Philosophical urbanism and the predilections of urban design," in J. Burian, ed., Advances in Spatial Planning (Rijeka) in press.
  • "Gender Myth and the Mind-city Composite: From Plato's Atlantis to Walter Benjamin's Philosophical Urbanism," GeoJournal (2012).
  • (with Shinji Shimoura). "Discrete choice in commuter space: Small area analysis of diurnal population change in the Tokyo Metropolitan Region," Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 35.5 (2012) 386-97.
  • (with Ariela Cornfeld). "Greening as an urban design metaphor: Looking for the city's soul in leftover spaces," The Structurist 49/50 (2010) 30-35.
  • (with J. Kudrna and T. Apeltauer). "Urban commuting and daytime population in small areas of a metropolis: A case study of Brno, Czech Republic," Promet — Traffic & Transportation 21.4 (2009) 247-58.
  • "Urban void and the deconstruction of Neo-Platonic city-form," Ethics, Place and Environment 12.2 (2009) 205-18.
  • "The city as humanity's evolutionary link: Walking and thinking in urban design," The Structurist 47/48 (2008) 28-33.
  • (with M.L. Lewry). "Transportation and urban development in Saskatoon," in B.D. Thraves, M.L. Lewry, J.E. Dale, and H. Schlichtmann, eds., Saskatchewan: Geographic Perspectives (Regina, 2007) 329-34.
  • "Urban superconscious and the return of the Garden Myth," The Structurist 45/46 (2006) 62-68.
  • "Femininity and masculinity in city-form: Philosophical urbanism as a history of consciousness," Human Studies 29.2 (2006) 229-56.
  • "Housing as a heuristic condition in the simultaneous projection of population and households," Environment and Planning A 38.4 (2006) 765-90.
  • "Towers, gates and open spaces in cities of the Old Testament," in W.A. Dando, C.Z. Dando, and J.J. Lu, eds., Geography of the Holy Land: Perspectives (Washington, D.C., 2005) 246-63.
  • "Parameters of household composition as demographic measures," Social Indicators Research 70.2 (2005) 151-83.
  • "Age-specific household size as a demographic aspect of regional disparity: Czech Republic, 1991," Canadian Studies in Population 31.2 (2004) 237-60.
  • with Yewon Hwang-Kurylyk. "The origin-destination matrix as an indicator of intrahousehold travel allocation," Transportation Planning and Technology 27.4 (2004) 285-314.
  • "Philosophical urbanism and deconstruction in city-form: An environmental ethos for the twenty-first century," The Structurist 43/44 (2004) 48-53.
  • with Jitka Rychtarikova. "Trajectories of fertility and household composition in the demographic profile of the Czech Republic," Population and Environment 24.3 (2003) 225-54.
  • "Altruism and egoism: The Garden and the Citadel," The Structurist 41/42 (2002) 65-72.
  • "Urban planning in the founding of Cartesian thought," Philosophy and Geography 4.2 (2001) 143-169.
  • "Deliberate ambiguity in a finite environment: The urban ecology of artificial items," Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society 4.1 (2000) 87-93.
  • "Harmonies of urban design and discords of city form: Urban aesthetics in the rise of western civilization," Journal of Urban Design 5.3 (2000) 263-86.
  • "On the Leontief structure of household populations," Canadian Studies in Population 27.1 (2000) 181-93.
  • "The diurnal cycle of regional commuter systems: North Wales, 1991," Geographical Analysis 32.3 (2000) 248-66.
  • with Bill Barry. "The population of Saskatchewan," in K. Fung and L. Martz, eds., The Atlas of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, 1999) 188.
  • with Jiao Sheng He. "Economic reforms and family planning in China: The one-child policy in rural Guangdong, 1979-1990," Canadian Studies in Population 26.1 (1999) 39-65.
  • with Jiao Sheng He. "Geographical patterns of fertility decline in Guangdong: China's population policy through the censuses of 1982 and 1990," The Canadian Geographer 42.2 (1998) 174-79.
  • Place and Thought: The Built Environment in Early European Philosophy. London, 1998.
  • with R.M. Bone and J.C. Saku. "Qualitative indicators of multiregional demographic change: Potential for developing countries," in A. Ahmad, D. Noin, and H.N. Sharma, eds., Demographic Transition: The Third World Scenario (New Delhi, 1997) pp. 345-63..
  • "A problem in household composition," Mathematical Population Studies 6.1 (1996) 3-18.
  • "Diurnal population cycle and metropolitan commuter exchange: A formal investigation of an urban pattern," Canadian Journal of Urban Research 4.2 (1995) 249-70.
  • "The urban household pattern of ltime population change," The Annals of Regional Science 29.1 (1995) 1-16.
  • "Sameness of age cohorts in the mathematics of population growth," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 45.2 (1994) 679-91.
  • "Temporal referencing in a small-area information system: Monitoring land annexation in Edmonton, Canada, 1982-1989," Geography Research Forum 13 (1993) 116-28.
  • "Fuzzy targeting of population niches in urban planning and the fractal dimension of demographic change," Urban Studies 29.7 (1992) 1093-1114.
  • "The relational structure of human services planning: An input-output analysis," Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 26.1 (1992) 15-26.
  • "The household composition matrix as a notion in multiregional forecasting of population and households," Environment and Planning A 17 (1985) 355-71.
  • "An index of household composition for the assessment and forecasting of housing needs," Journal of Mathematical Sociology 8 (1982) 283-304.
  • "On the relationship between household composition and population age distribution," Population Studies 34 (1980) 525-34.
  • "The household composition matrix and its application to migration analysis and population projection," General Systems 22 (1977) 105-09.


Mary Ann Beavis, Department of Religion and Culture (STM)

  • (with H. Kim-Cragg). The Epistle to the Hebrews. Wisdom Commentaries. Collegeville, 2014 (in press).
  • "Who is Mary Magdalene?" in R.B. Kruschwitz, ed., Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics. Women in the Bible (Waco, 2013) 23-29.
  • (ed., with M. Gilmour). Dictionary of the Bible and Western Culture. Sheffield, 2012.
  • "The Deification of Mary Magdalene," Feminist Theology 21.2 (2012) 145-54.
  • "The Cathar Mary Magdalene and the Sacred Feminine: Pop Culture Legend vs. Medieval Doctrine," Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 24.3 (2012) 419-31.
  • "Listening to Mark: A Response to McVann, Cardwell, Chapman, Sánchez — And a Suggestion," Listening: Journal of Communication Ethics, Religion, and Culture 47.3 (2012) 264-75.
  • "Jesus of Montreal," in A. Reinhartz, ed., The Bible and Cinema: Fifty Key Films (London and New York, 2012) 145-49.
  • "2 Thessalonians," in C.A. Newsom, S.H. Ringe, and J.E. Lapsley, eds. Women's Bible Commentary, Newly Revised and Updated (Louisville, 2012) 592-94.
  • "Reconsidering Mary of Bethany," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 74.2 (2012) 281-97.
  • "'Like Rachel and Leah:' The Mothers of Genesis," The Bible Today 50.3 (2012) 151-58.
  • "'Like yeast a woman took': Feminist Interpretations of the Parables," Review and Expositor 109.2 (2012) 219-31.
  • "Jesus in Utopian Context," in T. Holmén, ed., Jesus in Continuum (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, Reihe A; Tübingen, 2011) 133-52.
  • Mark. (Paideia Commentaries on the New Testament.) Grand Rapids, 2011.
  • "Jesus of Canada? Four Canadian Constructions of the Christ Figure," in E. Leonard and K. Merriman, eds., From Logos to Christos: Essays on Christology in Honour of Joanne McWilliam (Waterloo, 2010) 19-37.
  • "Pseudapocrypha: Invented Scripture in Apocalyptic Horror Films," in J. Walliss and L. Quinby, eds., Reel Revelations: Apocalypse and Film (Sheffield, 2010) 75-90.
  • "Jezebel Speaks: Naming the Goddesses in the Book of Revelation," in A.-J. Levine, ed., A Feminist Companion to the Apocalypse of John (Edinburgh, 2010) 131-46.
  • "Five Filmic Utopias at the Turn of the Millenium," Journal of Contemporary Thought, Special Number: Utopias Today! 31 (Summer 2010) 203-22.
  • "I Commend to You Our Sister: Women in Romans 16," The Bible Today 45 (July 2008) 227-32.
  • "Feminist (and other) Reflections on the Woman with Seven Husbands (Mark 12:20-23)," in R. Zimmermann, ed., Hermeneutik der Gleichnisse Jesus: Methodische Neuansätze zum Verstehen urchristlicher Parabeltexte (Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 213. Tübingen, 2008) 603-17.
  • (ed.) Feminist Theology with a Canadian Accent: Canadian Perspectives on Contextual Feminist Theology. Ottawa, 2008.
  • "The Influence of Feminist Theology on Canadian Women Artists," in M.A. Beavis, ed., Feminist Theology with a Canadian Accent (Ottawa, 2008) 291-306.
  • "The Aqedah, Jephtha's Daughter, and the Theme of Child Sacrifice in the Work of Canadian Women Authors," in M.A. Beavis, ed., Feminist Theology with a Canadian Accent (Ottawa, 2008) 353-70.
  • "Christian Origins, Egalitarianism, and Utopianism," Journal for the Feminist Study of Religion 23.2 (Fall, 2007) 27-49.
  • (co-editor with M. Day), Theatre Research in Canada, Special Issue: Religion and Theatre in Canada, volume 27.2 (2006).
  • Jesus and Utopia: Looking for the Kingdom of God in the Roman World (Minneapolis, 2006).
  • "Still Crazy: An Unsung Homage to the New Testament," Journal of Religion and Film 8.2 (2004).
  • "'Angels Carrying Savage Weapons': Uses of the Bible in Contemporary Horror Films," Journal of Religion and Film 7.2 (2003).
  • (ed.) The Lost Coin: Parables of Women, Work and Wisdom (New York and London, 2002).
  • "Introduction: Seeking the 'Lost Coin' of Parables about Women," in M.A. Beavis, ed., The Lost Coin: Parables of Women, Work and Wisdom (London and New York, 2002) 17-33.
  • "Joy in Heaven, Sorrow on Earth: Luke 15.10," in M.A. Beavis, ed., The Lost Coin: Parables of Women, Work and Wisdom (London and New York, 2002) 39-45.
  • "Making Up Stories: A Feminist Reading of the Parable of the Prodigal Son (Lk. 15.11b-32)," in M.A. Beavis, ed., The Lost Coin: Parables of Women, Work and Wisdom (London and New York, 2002) 98-123.
  • "'Prey for Us': Biblical/Theological Themes in a 'Cult' TV Sci-Fi Drama," Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 1 (2002).
  • "The Power of Jesus' Parables: Were They Polemical or Irenic?" Journal for the Study of the New Testament 82 (2001) 3-30;
  • "The Sweet Hereafter: Law, Wisdom and Family Revisited," Journal of Religion and Film 5.1 (2001).
  • "Fargo: A Biblical Morality Play," Journal of Religion and Film 4.2 (2000).
  • "'Pluck the rose but shun the thorns': The Ancient School and Christian Origins," Studies in Religion/Sciences religieuses 29.4 (2000) 411-23.
  • "From the Margin to the Way: A Feminist Reading of the Story of Bartimaeus," Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 14 (1998): 19-39.
  • "The Parable of the Foolish Landowner (Luke 12:16b-20)," in G. Shillington, ed., Jesus and His Parables (Edinburgh, 1997) 55-68.
  • "'Expecting Nothing in Return': Luke's Picture of the Marginalized," in J.D. Kingsbury, ed., Gospel Interpretation: Narrative-Critical and Social-Scientific Approaches (Harrisburg, 1997) 142-54.
  • (ed.) Women and Urban Environments, Volume 2: Feminist Eutopian Visions of the City (Winnipeg, 1997).
  • (with N. Klos and T. Carter) Literature review: aboriginal peoples and homelessness (Ottawa, 1997).
  • Mark's Audience: The Literary and Social Context of Mark 4:11-12 (Sheffield, 1989).


Peter Bietenholz, Department of History

  • "Erasmo da Rotterdam e le pozioni di Circe," in L.S. Tarugi, ed., Feritas, humanitas e divinitas come aspetti del vivere nel Rinascimento (Florence, 2012) 379-91.
  • "The Lure of Radical Politics: Erasmus Democrat," in E.A. Baldini and M. Firpo, eds., Religione e politica in Erasmo da Rotterdam (Rome, 2012) 1-15.
  • "Georg Mayer of Leeder: So geisted der H. Geist wo er will," in U. Hascher-Burger et al., eds., Between Lay Piety and Academic Theology. Studies Presented to Christoph Burger on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday (Leiden, 2010) 311-29.
  • "La corrispondenza di Erasmo: lettere pubbliche, lettere private e categorie intermedie," in L.S. Tarugi, ed., Vita pubblica e vita privata nel Rinascimento (Florence, 2010) 77-86.
  • "La minaccia turca e Johannes Oporinus, editore basileese nella metà del Cinquecento," in L.S. Tarugi, ed., Oriente e Occidente nel Rinascimento (Florence, 2009) 115-26.
  • Encounters with a Radical Erasmus. Erasmus' Work as a Source of Radical Thought in Early Modern Europe. Toronto, 2009.
  • "Felicitas (eudaimonia) ou les promenades dÉrasme dans le jardin d'Épicure," Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme 30 (2006) 386.
  • "Un serviteur réfractaire de Clio: Schiller, dramaturge et historien," in S. Vervacke et al., eds., Les Songes de Clio. Fiction et Histoire sous l'Ancien Régime (Québec, 2006) 305-23.
  • "Un guerriero della pace: Sebastian Franck e il suo Krieg Buechlin des Friedes," in L. Secchi Tarugi, ed., Guerra e pace nel pensiero del Rinascimento (Florence, 2005) 537-645.
  • "Fausto Sozzini and the New Testament Scholarship of Erasmus," in L. Szczucki, ed., Faustus Socinus and His Heritage (Cracow, 2005) 11-28.
  • "Erasmus en het zevendiende-eeuwse antitrinitarianisme; het geval van Daniel Zwicker en Daniel de Breen," Doopsgezinde Bijdragen n.s. 30 (2004) 103-24.
  • "Millenarismo ed età dell'oro nell'opera di Celio Secondo Curione," in L. Secchi Tarugi, ed., Millenarismo ed età dell'oro nel Rinascimento (Florence, 2003) 51-64.
  • "The Patristic Controversy about Galatians 2:11-14 and the reaction of Erasmus of Rotterdam," Shingaku-kenkyu 50 (March 2003) 171-83.
  • (ed., with assoc. ed. T.B. Deutscher) Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. 3 vols. (Toronto-Buffalo-London, 1985-1987). Reprinted in paperback, 2003.
  • "Erasmus' New Testament as a Source of Antitrinitarian Arguments," Archivum historii filozofii i myśli społecznej 47 (2003) 71-81.
  • "Los inteletuales europeos en torno a Erasmo" (with a Valentian translation of the Spanish text) in Humanesimo y Reforma en el s. XVI (Valencia 2002) 117-124, 315-19 (catalogue of an Erasmus-Vives exhibition in the Biblioteca Valenciana).
  • "Concordia Christiana: Myśl Erazma a rzeczywistość polska. Spotkania i korespondencja Erazma z Polakami," in W. Kriegseisen and P. Salwa, eds., Jan Łaski, 1499-1560. W Pięćsetlecie Urodzin (Warsaw, 2001) 71-94. [Revised English version: "Concordia christiana: Erasmus' Thought and the Polish Reality," Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook Twenty-One (2001) 44-70.]
  • "Tolerance, Socinianism and the Puzzles of Le Jésuite sécularisé (1683)," in La formazione storica dell'alterità (Florence, 2001) 617-36.
  • "Riflessi dell'umanesimo italiano nell'opera di Sebastian Franck," in L.R. Secchi Tarugi, ed., Rapporti e scambi tra umanesimo italiano ed umanesimo europeo (Milan, 2001) 122-34.
  • "How Sebastian Franck taught Erasmus to Speak with his Radical Voice," Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance 62 (2000) 233-48.
  • "Daniel Zwicker's Debt to Socinians and Hutterites," in M. Balázs and G. Keserü, eds., György Enyedi and Central European Unitarianism in the 16th -17th Centuries (Budapest, 2000) 33-51.
  • "Printing And The Basle Reformation, 1517-65," in J.-F. Gilmont, ed., The Reformation and the book (Aldershot and Brookfield, 1998) 235-63.
  • Daniel Zwicker (1612-1678): peace, tolerance and God the one and only (Florence, 1997).
  • (ed., with J.M. De Bujanda, and C. Sutto) Thesaurus de la littérature interdite au XVIe siècle (Sherbrooke, 1996).
  • Historia and fabula: myths and legends in historical thought from antiquity to the modern age (Leiden, 1994).
  • (ed.) Mino Celsi: In haereticis coërcendis quatenus progredi liceat (Naples, 1982).
  • Basle and France in the Sixteenth Century: The Basle Humanists and Printers in their Contacts with Francophone Culture (Toronto, 1971).
  • History and biography in the work of Erasmus of Rotterdam (Geneva, 1966).
  • Desert and Bedouin in the European mind: changing conceptions from the Middle Ages to the present time (Khartoum, 1963).
  • Pietro della Valle, 1586-1652: studien zur Geschichte der Orientkenntnis und des Orientbildes im Abendlande (Basel, 1962).
  • Der italienische Humanismus und die Blütezeit des Buchdrucks in Basel: die Basler Drucke italienischer Autoren von 1530 bis zum Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts (Basel, 1959).


Michael Cichon, Department of English (STM)

  • "'As ye have brewd, so shal ye drink': the Proverbial Context of Eger and Grime," in R. Purdie and M. Cichon, eds., Medieval Romance, Medieval Contexts (Woodbridge, 2011) 35-46.
  • ed., with R. Purdie. Medieval Romance, Medieval Contexts. Studies in Medieval Romance. Woodbridge, 2011.
  • Violence and Vengeance in Middle Welsh and Middle English Narrative: Owein and Ywain and Gawain. Mellen, 2009.
  • "Mishandled Vessels: Heaving Drinks and Hurling Insults in Medieval Welsh Literature and Law," Canadian Journal of History 43.2 (2008) 227-40.
  • "Eros and Error: Gross Sexual Transgression in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi," in A. Hopkins and C.J. Rushton, eds., The Erotic in the Literature of Medieval Britain (2007).
  • "'Tis Policy and Stratagem Must Do': Rape, Deception, and Vendetta in The Most Lamentable Roman Tragedy of Titus Andronicus," in M. Crane, R. Raiswell, and M. Reeves, eds., Shell Games: Studies in Scams, Frauds, and Deceits (1300-1650) (Toronto, 2004) 105-22.
  • "Insult and Redress in Cyfraith Hywel Dda and Welsh Arthurian Romance," Arthuriana 10.3 (2000) 27-43.


Ronald Cooley, Department of English

  • (with J. Salt and M. Muri.) "Electronic Scholarly Editing in the University Classroom: an Approach to Project-based Learning," Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 12.3 (2012).
  • "Wealth, Weber, and Whig Historiography: Reading George Herbert's 'Business,'" in A. Scott and C. Kosso, eds., Poverty and Prosperity, the Rich and the Poor in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance 19. Turnhout, 2012) 279-92.
  • "'Almost Miraculous': Lord North and The Healing Waters Of Tunbridge Wells," in A. Scott and C. Kosso, eds., The Nature and Function of Water, Baths, Bathing and Hygiene from Antiquity through the Renaissance (Leiden, 2009) 501-10.
  • "Kent and Primogeniture in King Lear," Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 48.2 (2008) 327-48.
  • "Harry Potter and the temporal prime directive: time travel, rule-breaking, and misapprehension in Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban," in C.W. Hallett, ed., Scholarly studies in Harry Potter: applying academic methods to a popular text (Lewiston, 2005) 29-42.
  • "Full of all knowledg": George Herbert's Country Parson and Early Modern Social Discourse (Toronto, 2004).
  • "Iconoclasm and Self-definition in Milton's Of Reformation," in M. Evans, ed., John Milton: Twentieth Century Perspectives (Hamden, 2002).
  • "John Davenant, The Country Parson, and Herbert's Calvinist Conformity," George Herbert Journal (2000) 1-13.
  • "Speech Versus Spectacle: Autolycus, Class and Containment in The Winter's Tale," Renaissance and Reformation 21.3 (1997) 5-23.
  • "George Herbert's Country Parson and the Enclosure of Professional Fields," George Herbert Journal 19 (1996): 1-25.
  • "The Hothouse or the Street: Imperialism and Narrative in Pynchon's V," Modern Fiction Studies 39.2 (1993) 307-25
  • "Reformed Eloquence: Inability, Questioning, and Correction in Paradise Lost," University of Toronto Quarterly 62.2 (1992-1993)) 232-55.
  • "'Untill the Book Grow to A Compleat Pastorall': Re-Reading The Country Parson," English Studies in Canada 18.3 (1992)) 247-60.
  • "Iconoclasm and Self-Definition in Milton's Of Reformation," Religion and Literature 23.1 (1991) 23-36.


Darren Dahl, Department of Religion and Culture (STM)

  • "Criticizing 'Secular Criticism': Reading Religion in Edward Said and Kathryn Tanner," Studies in Religion/Sciences religieuses 31.3-4 (2002) 359-71.
  • "Being Together: Dietrich Bonhoeffer on Human Being and Theological Ethics," Consensus 23.2 (1997) 73-89.



Moira Day, Department of Drama

  • Guest Editor, with Mary Blackstone for special theme issue "The New Saskatchewan Canadian Theatre Review 154 (Spring 2013). 1-94.
  • "'But we will speak!' Eight Men Speak and the Silencing of the Radical Leftist Theatre in Canada: 1929-1936," in S.A. Arbury, ed., The Visual and Performing Arts: An International Anthology, Volume I (Athens, 2012) 31-59.
  • (ed.) West-words: Celebrating Western Canadian Theatre and Playwriting. Regina, 2011.
  • December 2011. Director. The Long Christmas Dinner. (Thornton Wilder) Noon show series. University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama.
  • November 2010. Director. The Wood Carver's Wife. (Marjorie Pickthall). Noon show series. University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama
  • "Tibor Feheregyhazi. Canadian Encyclopedia (on-line) 2009. "Tibor Feheregyhazi. Canadian Encyclopedia (on-line) 2009. http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0010558
  • November 2009. Director. Eight Men Speak (Oscar Ryan et al). Noon show series. University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama
  • "John Murrell at the Banff Centre. Special Issue on Alberta Theatre. Ed. Anne Nothof. Canadian Theatre Review 136 (Fall 2008): 5-10.
  • November 2008. Director. Murder Pattern (Herman Voaden). Noon show series. University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama
  • April 2008. Director. Overlaid (Robertson Davies). Noon show series. University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama
  • "Jamie Portman. Canadian Theatre Encyclopedia (on-line) 2008. http://www.canadiantheatre.com/dict.pl?term=Portman%2C%20Jamie
  • "'The Larks Still Singing Bravely Fly': Clara May Bell's Psyche and Women Upholding 'the bright torch' of the Arts at the University of Alberta 1914-1918," in J. Chambers, ed., Diversity and Change in Early Canadian Women's Writing (Newcastle, 2008) 139-69.
  • (co-editor with M.A. Beavis), Theatre Research in Canada, Special Issue: Religion and Theatre in Canada, volume 27.2 (2006).
  • (ed.) The West of all possible worlds: six contemporary Canadian plays. Toronto, 2004.
  • "The Classical Humanist: Jamie Portman at the Calgary Herald, 1959-1975, and the Southam News Service, 1975-1987," in A. Wagner, ed., Establishing our boundaries: English-Canadian theatre criticism (Toronto, 1999) 268-90.
  • "'A New Athens Rising Near the Pole': Canada and the Greek Exemplum, 1606-1954," SyllClass 10 (1999).
  • "Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan 1985-1990: 'The Stratford of the West,'" Essays in Theatre/Etudes Théâtrales 15.1 (1996) 69-90.
  • "Elsie Park Gowan's (Re)-Building of Canada (1937-1938): Revisioning the Historical Radio Series through Feminist Eyes," Theatre Research in Canada/Recherches Théâtrales au Canada 14.1 (1993) 3-19.
  • "James Reaney," in W.H. New, ed., Canadian Writers, 1920-1959: First Series (Detroit, 1988) 282-90.
  • (ed.) The hungry spirit: selected plays and prose of Elsie Park Gowan (Edmonton, 1992).
  • "'The Country Mouse at Play': Theatre in the Peace River District 1914-1945," Theatre History in Canada/Histoire du Théâtre au Canada 12.2 (1991) 115-30.
  • "William Aberhart: The Evangelist as Subversive Political Dramatist," Theatre History in Canada/Histoire du Théâtre au Canada 11.2 (1990) 115-33.


Gordon DesBrisay, Department of History

  • "Aberdeen and the Dutch Atlantic: Women and Woollens in the Seventeenth-Century," in D. Catteral and J. Campbell, eds., Women in Port: Gendering Communities, Economies, and Social Networks in Atlantic Port Cities, 1500-1800 (Leiden, 2012) 69-102.
  • (with K.S. Thompson). "Crediting Wives: Married Women and Debt Litigation in the Seventeenth Century," in E. Ewan and J.B. Nugent, eds., Finding the Family in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland (Aldershot, 2008) 85-98.
  • "Lilias Skene: A Quaker Poet and Her 'Cursed Self'," in S. Dunnigan, E.S. Newlyn, and C. Marie Harker, eds., Woman and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Writing (Palgrave, 2004) 162-77.
  • "Robert Barclay of Urie," "Alexander Skene of Newtyle," "Lilias Skene." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford University Press: 2004).
  • "'The Civill Wars Did Overrun All': Aberdeen, 1630-1690," in M. Lynch, E.P. Dennison, and D. Ditchburn, eds., Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History (East Linton, 2002) 238-66.
  • (with E.P. Dennison and H.L. Diack) "Health in the Two Towns," in Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History (East Linton, 2002) 70-96.
  • (with M. Lynch and M. Pittock) "The Faith of the People," in Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History (East Linton, 2002) 289-308.
  • (with Elizabeth Ewan) "Life in the Two Towns," in Aberdeen Before 1800: A New History (East Linton, 2002) 44-69.
  • "Twisted By Definition: Women Under Godly Discipline in Seventeenth-Century Scottish Towns," in Y. Brown and R. Ferguson, eds., Twisted Sisters: Women, Crime and Deviance in Scotland Since 1400 (Tuckwell Press, 2002) 137-55.
  • "Wet Nurses and Unwed Mothers in Seventeenth-Century Aberdeen," in E. Ewan and M. Meikle, eds., Women in Scotland c.1100-c.1750 (Edinburgh, 1999) 210-21.
  • "City Limits: Female Philanthropists and Wet Nurses in Seventeenth-Century Scottish Towns," Journal of the Canadian Historical Association n.s. 8 (1998) 39-60.
  • "Catholics, Quakers, and Religious Persecution in Restoration Aberdeen," The Innes Review, 47 (1996) 136-68.
  • "Quakers and the University: The Aberdeen Debate of 1675," History of Universities 13 (1994) 87-98.
  • "'Menacing Their Persons and Exacting on Their Purses': The Aberdeen Justice Court, 1657-1700," in D. Stevenson, ed., From Lairds to Louns: Country and Burgh Life in Aberdeen, 1600-1800 (Aberdeen, 1986).


Tom Deutscher, Department of History (STM)

  • Punishment and Penance: Two Phases in History of the Bishop's Tribunal of Novara. Toronto, 2013.
  • "The Bishop's Tribunal and the Laity: The Diocese of Novara, 1563 to 1615," in K. Eisenbichler and N. Terpstra, eds., The Renaissance in the Streets, Schools, and Studies: Essays in Honour of Paul F. Grendler (Toronto, 2008) 183-209.
  • "The Distribution of Devotional Works Among the Novarese Parish Clergy (1616-1663)," Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa 39 (2003) 109-39.
  • (associate editor, with P.G. Bietenholz) Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation. 3 vols. (Toronto-Buffalo-London, 1985-1987). Reprinted in paperback, 2003.
  • "From Cicero to Tasso: Humanism and the Education of the Novarese Parish Clergy (1565-1663)," Renaissance Quarterly 55.3 (2002) 1005-27.
  • "Seminaries," in P. Grendler, ed., Encyclopedia of the Renaissance (New York, 1999) 5.449-51.
  • "Farnese, House of," in H.J. Hillerbrand, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation (New York, 1996) 2.101-02.
  • "The Role of the Episcopal Tribunal of Novara in the Suppression of Heresy and Witchcraft, 1563-1615," The Catholic Historical Review 77 (1991) 403-21.
  • "The Growth of the Secular Clergy and the Development of Educational Institutions in the Diocese of Novara (1563-1772)," The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 40 (1989) 381-98.
  • "Seminaries and the Education of Novarese Parish Priests, 1593-1627," The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 32 (1981) 303-19.
  • annotator, "The Vergara-Zu&ntilda;iga Correspondence," in The Correspondence of Erasmus, Collected Works of Erasmus 8 (Toronto-Buffalo-London, 1988) 335-346, 454-61.
  • "Carlo Bascapè e la riforma delle monache di Novara," trans. E. Baroffio, Da Carlo Borromeo a Carlo Bascapè (Novara, 1985) 299-315.
  • "La formazione dei parroci a Novara dopo il Concilio di Trento," trans. E. Baroffio, Novarien 12 (1982) 91-104.
  • "Saint Charles Borromeo (1538-1584), " in The Canadian Catholic Review 2 (1984) 419-20.


Ann DeVito, Department of History



Walter Hannam, College of Emmanuel & St. Chad

  • "Honorius Augustodunensis," in W. Otten, ed., The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine (Oxford, in press).
  • "The Soul's Renovation in Augustine's Confessions," in S. Harris and D. Wilband, eds., Christian Psychology: The Formation of Souls (Charlottetown, 2010).
  • "The Structure and Purpose of Book VIII of Augustine's De trinitate," Studia Patristica 49 (2010) 279-85.
  • (co-edited with W. Otten and M. Treschow). Divine Creation in Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Thought: Essays presented to the Rev'd Dr Robert D. Crouse. Leiden, 2007.
  • "Ad illud ubi permanendum est: The Metaphysics of St Augustine's usus-fruitio Distinction in De doctrina christiana, I," Studia Patristica 38 (2000) 169-73.
  • "Nodo unitatis et caritatis: The Structure and Argument of Augustine's De doctrina christiana," Florilegium 15 (1998) 145-65.


Richard Harris, Department of English

  • "The Proverbs of Vatnsdæla Saga and the Sword of Jokull. The Oral Backgrounds of Grettir Ásmundarson's Flawed Heroism," in R. Waugh and J. Weldon, eds., The Hero Recovered. Essays on Medieval Heroism in Honor of George Clark (Kalamazoo, 2011).
  • "Friendship in the Literature of Medieval Iceland: the Evidence of the Proverbs," in J. Butler and S. Matheson, eds., The Fictional North: proceedings from the 2011 UCN Annual Conference (University College of the North, 2011).
  • "Jafnan segir inn ríkri ráð. Proverbial Allusion and the Implied Proverb in Fóstbræðra saga," New Norse Studies (forthcoming).
  • "The Proverbial Heart of Hrafnkels saga Freysgoða: 'Mér þykkir þar heimskum manni at duge, sem þú ert,'" Scandinavian-Canadian Studies in Canada 16 (2006) 28-54.
  • "'The Hand's Pleasure in the Blow Is Brief': Proverbs Escalating Danger in the Revenge Pattern of Njálssaga," Proverbium 18 (2001) 149-66.
  • (ed.) A Chorus of Grammars: the correspondence of George Hickes and his collaborators on the Thesaurus linguarum septentrionalium (Toronto, 1992).
  • "Janet Douglas and the Witches of Pollock: The Background of Skepticism in Scotland in the 1670s," in S.R. McKenna, ed., Selected Essays on Scottish Language and Literature (Lewiston, 1992) 97-124.
  • "George Hickes, White Kennett and the Inception of the Thesaurus Linguarum Septentrionalium," Bodleian Library Record 11.3 (1983) 169-186.
  • "The Magus and 'The Miller's Tale': John Fowles on the Courtly Mode," ARIEL 14.2 (1983) 3-17.
  • "William Morris, Eiríkur Magnússon, and the Icelandic famine relief efforts of 1882," Saga-Book of the Viking Society 20 (1978) 31-41.
  • "William Morris, Eirikur Magnusson, and Iceland: A Survey of Correspondence," Victorian Poetry 13.3-4 (1975) 119-30.
  • "The Deaths of Grettir and Grendel: A New Parallel," Scripta Islandica 25 (1974) 25-53.
  • "A Study of Gripisspa," Scandinavian Studies 43 (1971) 344-55.
  • "The Lion-Knight Legend in Iceland and the ValThjofsstadir Door," in L. White, Jr., ed. Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1970) 125-45.
  • "Odin's Old Age: A Study of The Old Man in 'The Pardoner's Tale,'" Southern Folklore Quarterly 33 (1969) 24-38.


Tracene Harvey, Museum of Antiquities

  • (with M. Haagsma, S. Karapanou, and L. Surtees). "A New City and its Agora: Results from archaeological work at the Kastro of Kallithea in Thessaly, Greece," in The Agora in the Mediterranean from Homeric to Roman Times (Athens, 2011).


Judith Henderson, Department of English

  • "Ramism and Humanist Pedagogy in the Language Arts," in S. Knight and E. Wilson, A Companion to Ramism: An Intellectual Phenomenon (Leiden, forthcoming).
  • ed., The Unfolding of Words: Commentary in the Age of Erasmus, Erasmus Studies series, University of Toronto Press, 2012.
  • "Erasmus von Rotterdam C. Sprachlehre und Sprachkunst," in H.J. Worstbrock, ed., Deutscher Humanismus 1480-1520, vol. 1.3 (Berlin, 2009) 694-703.
  • "Twenty-first Annual Margaret Mann Phillips Lecture: Tradition and Innovation in Erasmus' Epistolary Theory: A Reconsideration," Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 29 (2009) 23-59.
  • "Humanism and the Humanities: Erasmus' Opus de conscribendis epistolis in Sixteenth-Century Schools," in C. Poster and L. Mitchell, eds., Letter-Writing Manuals from Antiquity to the Present (Columbia, 2007) 141-77.
  • "Language, Race, and Church Reform: Erasmus' De recta pronuntiatione and Ciceronianus," Renaissance and Reformation 30.2 (2006) 3-42 .
  • "Professors of Eloquence and Philosophy: Muret in Two Parisian Controversies," in K. Meerhoff and J.-C. Moisan, eds., Autour de Ramus: Le Combat (Paris, 2005) 341-89.
  • "Epistles and Copia Before Erasmus," Studi Umanistici Piceni 23 (2003) 169-78.
  • "Humanist Letter Writing: Private Conversation or Public Forum?" in T. Van Houdt and J. Papy, eds., Self-Presentation and Social Identification. The Rhetoric and Pragmatics of Letter Writing in Early Modern Time (Leuven, 2002).
  • "Angel Day (fl. 1583-1599)," in E.A. Malone, ed., Dictionary of Literary Biography (Detroit, 2001) 99-107.
  • "Valla's Elegantiae and the Humanist Attack on the Ars dictaminis," Rhetorica 19 (2001) 249-68.
  • "Must a Good Orator Be a Good Man? Ramus in the Ciceronian Controversy," in P.L. Oesterreich and T.O. Sloane, eds., Rhetorica Movet: Studies in Historical and Modern Rhetoric in Honour of Heinrich F. Plett (Leiden: Brill, 1999) 43-56.
  • "John Heywood's The Spider and the Flie: Educating Queen and Country," Studies in Philology 96 (1999) 241-74.
  • "'Vain Affectations': Bacon on Ciceronianism in The Advancement of Learning," English Literary Renaissance 25.2 (1995) 209-34.
  • "On Reading the Rhetoric of the Renaissance Letter," in H.F. Plett, ed., Renaissance-Rhetorik/Renaissance Rhetoric (Berlin, 1993) 143-62.
  • "Thomas Wilson (1523 or 1524 - 20 May 1581)," in D.A. Richardson, ed., Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers: First Series (Detroit, 1993) 340-45.
  • "The Composition of Erasmus' Opus de Conscribendis Epistolis: Evidence for the Growth of a Mind," in A. Dalzell, C. Fantazzi, and R.J. Schoeck, eds., Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Torontonensis (Binghamton, 1991) 147-54.
  • "The Enigma of Erasmus' Conficiendarum Epistolarum Formula," Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 13.3 (1989) 313-30.
  • "Despauterius' Syntaxis (1509): The Earliest Publication of Erasmus' De Conscribendis Epistolis," Humanistica Lovaniensia 37 (1988) 175-210.
  • "Defining the Genre of the Letter: Juan Luis Vives' De Conscribendis Epistolis," Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 7.2 (1983) 89-105.
  • "Erasmus on the Art of Letter-Writing," in J.J. Murphy, ed., Renaissance Eloquence: Studies in the Theory and Practice of Renaissance Rhetoric (Berkeley, 1983) 331-55.
  • "Euphues and His Erasmus," English Literary Renaissance 12.2 (1982) 135-61. [Reprinted in R. Lunney, ed., John Lyly, The University Wits (Farnham, 2011).]


Gordon Jensen, Lutheran Theological Seminary

  • "Luther and the Lord's Supper," in L. Batka, I. Dingel, and R. Kolb, eds., Handbook to Luther's Theology (Oxford) in press.
  • "Luther and Bucer on the Lord's Supper," Lutheran Quarterly 27.2 (2013) 167-87.
  • "Luther's Embedded Commentary in the Text of the German Translation of Romans 3," in J.R. Henderson, ed., The Unfolding of Words: Commentary in the Age of Erasmus (Toronto, 2012) 118-39.
  • "Is the Doctrine of Justification a Meta-Doctrine in Lutheran Thinking?" in D.C. Ratke, ed., Lutherans and Theological Method: Perennial Questions and Contemporary Challenges (Minneapolis, 2010) 27-41.
  • "Shaping Piety through Catechetical Structures: The Importance of Order," Reformation and Renaissance Review 10.2 (2008) 223-46.
  • "Martin Luther's Theology of the Cross and Dalit Theology," in S.W. Meschack, ed., Mission with the Marginalized (Tiruvalla, India, 2007) 238-59.
  • "Envisioning Theological Education for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada," Consensus 30.2 (2005) 55-76.
  • "The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification: A Healing Document?" Consensus 29.3 (2003) 63-83.
  • (with J. Wry) Being Disciples and Making Disciples: A Study Guide for the Evangelical Declaration of the ELCIC (Winnipeg, 1999).
  • "Mission and Contemporary Theologies," Lutheran World Federation Consultation on Churches in Mission, October 1998 (Geneva, 1998) 73-92.
  • "A Reluctant Denomination," Practice of Ministry in Canada 15.1 (1998) 17-19.
  • "The Christology of Luther's Theology of the Cross," Consensus 23.2 (1997) 11-25.
  • "Douglas John Hall's use of Luther's theologia crucis," Toronto Journal of Theology 7.2 (1991) 196-210.
  • "Some Help From Luther in Dealing with Human Suffering," Touchstone 9.2 (1991) 3-6.
  • "Left Handed Theology and Inclusiveness," HORIZONS 17.2 (1990) 207-16.


Angela Kalinowski, Department of History

  • "Of Stones and Stonecutters: Reflections on the Genesis of Two Parallel Texts from Ephesos (IvE 672 and 3080)," Tyche 21 (2006) 53-72.
  • "Toponyms in IvE 672 and IvE 3080: interpreting collective action in honorific inscriptions from Ephesos," Jahreshefte des Österreichischen Archäologischen Insitutes 75 (2006) 117-32.
  • "The Pottery of the Basilica, with Appendices on Ceramic Lamps and Ceramic Pipes," in S.T. Stevens, A.V. Kalinowski, and J. vanderLeest, eds., Bir Ftouha. A Pilgrimage Church Complex at Carthage (JRA Supplementary Series 59: 2005).
  • with S.T. Stevens and C.K. Walth. "The Medieval and Modern Period at Bir Ftouha," in S.T. Stevens, A.V. Kalinowski, and J. vanderLeest, eds., Bir Ftouha. A Pilgrimage Church Complex at Carthage (JRA Supplementary Series 59: 2005).
  • "A Series of Honorific Statue Bases for the Vedii in the Market Agora at Ephesos (IvE 725, 731, 3076-3078)," Acta XII Congressus Internationalis Epigraphiae Graecae et Latinae (Barcelona) 757-62.
  • "The Vedii Antonini: Aspects of Patronage and Benefaction in Second-Century Ephesos," Phoenix 56 (2002) 109-49.
  • with H. Taeuber, "A New Antonine Inscription and a New Imperial Statue-Group from the Bouleuterion at Ephesos," Journal of Roman Archaeology 14 (2001) 351-57.
  • with S. Stevens and J. vanderLeest, "Interim Report on Excavations of a Christian Complex at Bir Ftouha," Journal of Roman Archaeology 11 (1998) 371-83.
  • "The Pottery from Unit 4000," in S.T. Stevens, Bir el Knissia at Carthage: A Rediscovered Extramural Cemetery Church, Report no. 1, Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, no. 11 (1993) 155-77.



Frank Klaassen, Department of History

  • (with K. Bens). "Six Rituals for Invisibility," Opuscula (forthcoming).
  • The Transformations of Magic: Illicit Learned Magic 1300-1600. University Park, 2012.
  • "The Subjective Experience of Medieval Ritual Magic," Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft 7:1 (2012) 19-51.
  • "Ritual Invocation and Early Modern Science: The Skrying Experiments of Humphrey Gilbert," in C. Fanger, ed., Invoking Angels: Theurgic Ideas and Practices, Thirteenth to Sixteenth Centuries (University Park, 2012) 341-66.
  • "Unstable Texts and Modal Approaches to the Written Word in Medieval European Ritual Magic," in K. Carlson, K. Fagan, and N. Shostak, eds., Writing about Talking: Orality and Literacy in Contemporary Scholarship (Toronto, 2011) 217-44.
  • "Three Magic Rituals to Spoil Witches," Opuscula 1 (2011) 1-10.
  • "The Middleness of Ritual Magic," in S. Page, ed., The Unorthodox Imagination in Late Medieval Britain (Manchester, 2010) 131-65.
  • "Learning and Masculinity in Manuscripts of Ritual Magic in the Later Middle Ages and Renaissance," Sixteenth Century Journal 38.1 (2007) 49-76.
  • "Magical Dream Provocation in the Later Middle Ages," Esoterica 8 (2006) 120-47.
  • (with C. Phillips) "The Return of Stolen Goods: Reginald Scot, Religious Controversy, and a Late Sixteenth-Century Manuscript of Magic," Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft 1.2 (2006) 135-77.
  • "Medieval Ritual Magic in the Renaissance," Aries 3.2 (2003) 166-99.
  • "Medieval Magical Literature," in R. van de Broek, J.-P. Brach, A. Faivre, and W. Hanegraaff, eds., Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism (Leiden, 2002).
  • "English Manuscripts of Magic 1300-1500: A Preliminary Survey," in C. Fanger, ed., Conjuring Spirits: Late Medieval Texts and Manuscripts of Ritual Magic (University Park, 1998) 3-31.


Walter Klaassen, Department of History

  • Marpek: A Life of Dissent and Conformity. Scottdale [PA], 2008.
  • (with F. Friesen, C.A. Snyder, and W.O Packull) Sources of South German/Austrian Anabaptism (Classics of the Radical Reformation 10; Kitchner, 2001).
  • Anabaptism: Neither Catholic nor Protestant (Waterloo, 1974). Second Edition, 2000. [Spanish translation, 1988. Japanese translation, 1992.]
  • "Hans Hergot: The New Transformation of Christian Living," in O. O'Donovan, ed., From Irenaeus to Grotius: A Soucebook in Christian Political Thought (Eerdman's, 1999) 638-46.
  • (tr.) "Exposé of the Babylonian Whore," in Later Writings by Pilgram Marpeck and His Circle (Kitchener, 1999) 21-48.
  • Armageddon and the Peaceable Kingdom. Scottdale and Waterloo, 1999.
  • (tr.) Jacob H. Janzen: Lifting the Veil: Mennonite Life in Russia Before the Revolution (Kitchener, 1998).
  • "Conrad Grebel," "Ludwig Hätzer," in H.J. Hilderbrand, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation (New York, 1996).
  • "The Rise of the Baptism of Adult Believers in Swiss Anabaptism," in W. Klaassen, ed., Anabaptism Revisited (Scottdale and Waterloo, 1992) 85-97.
  • "The Relevance of Menno Simons: Past and Present," and "Menno Simons Research 1837-1937, 1986-1990," in G.R. Brunk, ed., Menno Simons: A Reappraisal (Harrisonburg, 1992) 17-35, 181-97.
  • Anabaptism in Outline: Selected Primary Sources (Kitchener and Scottdale, 1981). [Spanish translation, 1982.]
  • "From the Pillars of Hercules to the Gates of Alexander: George H. Williams and The Radical Reformation: A Review Essay," MOR 67 (1993) 421-28.
  • "Of Divine and Human Justice: The Early Swiss Brethren and Government," Conrad Grebel Review 10 (1992) 169-85.
  • (ed.) Anabaptism Revisited (Scottdale and Waterloo, 1992).
  • Living at the End of the Ages: Apocalyptic Expectation in the Radical Reformation (Lantham, New York, and London, 1992).
  • "The Days of our Years:" A History of the Eigenheim Mennonite Church Community 1892-1992 (Rosthern, 1992).
  • "Gelassenheit and Creation," Conrad Grebel Review 9 (1991) 23-35.
  • "Anabaptism," Mennonite Encyclopedia V (Scottdale and Waterloo, 1990) 23-25.
  • "The Abomination of Desolation: Schwenckfeld's Christological Apocalyptic," in P. Erb, ed., Schwenckfeld and Early Schwenkfeldianism (Pennsburg, 1986) 27-46.
  • "Schwenckfeld and the Anabaptists," in P. Erb, ed., Schwenckfeld and Early Schwenkfeldianism (Pennsburg, 1986) 389-400.


Walter Kreyszig, Department of Music

  • "William Byrd's 'My Ladye Nevells Booke' (1591): Negotiating Between the stile antico and stile moderno in the Solo Keyboard Repertory," in A. Woolley and J. Kitchen, eds., Interpreting Historical Keyboard Music: Sources, Contexts and Performance (Aldershot and Burlington, 2013) 31-40.
  • "Das Guidonische Hexachord als Zugang zu Studier- und Lehrgegenstand von Kompositionspraktiken des stile antico im Wien des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts: Johann Joseph Fux als Mittelsmann zwischen Johann Jakob Froberger und Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart," in D. Torkewitz and I. Rainer, eds., "Im Schatten des Kunstwerks" I. Komponisten als Theoretiker in Wien vom 17. bis (Anfang) 19. Jahrhunderts (Vienna, 2012) 159-92.
  • "On the Significance of Iconography in the Print Culture of the Late Fifteenth-Century Music Theoretical Discourse: The Theoricum opus musice discipline (Naples, 1480) and Theorica musice (Milan, 1492) of Franchino Gaffurio (1451-1522) in the Context of his Trilogy," Music in Art 35 (2010) 41-58.
  • (with H. Kreyszig). "The Transmission of Pythagorean Arithmetic in the Context of the Ancient Musical Tradition from the Greek to the Latin Orbits During the Renaissance: A Computational Approach of Identifying and Analyzing the Formation of Scales in the De harmonia musicorum instrumentorum opus (Milan, 1518) of Franchino Gaffurio (1451-1522)," in T. Klouche and T. Noll, eds., Mathematics and Computation in Music (Berlin and Heidelberg, 2009) 389-402.
  • "Humanismus, musikalischer," in: Pauly's Realenzyklopädie der Klassischen Altertumswissenschaften: Rezeptionsgeschichte, 3 vols. (Stuttgart, 1998-), vol. 2 (2000), cols. 560-63; also in English translation as "IV Music," in M. Landfester, ed., Classical Tradition, vol. 2: DEM-IUS (Brill's Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World: New Pauly. Leiden and Boston, 2007), cols. 1036-39.
  • (with H. Kreyszig). "The Transmission of Pythagorean Arithmetic in the Context of the Ancient Musical Tradition from the Greek to the Latin Orbits During the Renaissance: A Computational Approach of Identifying and Analyzing the Formation of Scales in the De harmonia musicorum instrumentorum opus (Milan, 1518) of Franchino Gaffurio (1451-1522)," in T. Ertelt and T. Klouche, eds., Mathematics and Computation in Music 37 (2009) 392-405.
  • "'Leopold Mozart ... a man of much ... sagacity': The Revival of Humanist Scholarship in his Gründliche Violinschule (Augsburg, 1756)," in Z. Blazekovic et al., eds., Music's Intellectual History: Founders, Followers and Fads (New York: 2009) 43-156.
  • "Beyond the Music-Theoretical Discourse in Franchino Gaffurio's Trilogy: The Significance of the Paratexts in Contemplating the Magic Triangle Between Author, Opus and Audience," in I. Bossuyt et al., eds., "Cui Dono Lepidum Novum Libellum": Dedicating Latin Works and Motets in the Sixteenth Century (Proceedings of the International Conference Held at the Academia Belgica, Rome, 18-20 August 2005: Leuven, 2008) 161-93.
  • "The Continuation of the Roman Cinquecento Madrigal as a Sacred Parody in Seventeenth-Century Germany: Luca Marenzio's Five-Voice Dolorosi martir (1580) and Michael Praetorius's Six-Voice Magnificat super Dolorosi martir (1611)," in F. Piperno, ed., Luca Marenzio e il madrigale romano (Atti del convegno internazionale di studi, Roma, 9-10 settembre 2005: Rome, 2007) 213-70.
  • "'Ich bleibe bey der reinen alten Composition und reinen Regeln.' Zu den Magnificat cum laudibus Vertonungen (SWV 299, 309, und 313) in den Geistlichen Konzerten, Teil III (Halle an der Saale, 1635) von Samuel Scheidt," in K. Musketa and W. Ruf, eds., Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654): Werk und Wirkung (Schriften des Händel-Hauses in Halle 20: Halle an der Saale, 2006) 95-134.
  • "Research and Teaching During the Era of Musical Humanism: Defending the Scholar-Teacher in Reponse to the Principles of Creation and Dissemination of Knowledge in the Italian University Curriculum and Cultural Milieu of the Court of the Sforzas, with Special Reference to Franchino Gaffurio (1451-1522)," in What is a Teacher-Scholar? Symposium Proceedings, November 9&10, 2001, compiled by the Gwenna Moss Teaching and Learning Cente, Ron Marken, Director (Saskatoon, 2002) 97-132.
  • "Franchino Gaffurio und seine Übersetzer der griechischen Musiktheorie in der Theorica musice (1492): Ermolao Barbaro, Giovanni Francesco Burana und Marsilio Ficinio," in H. Danuser and T. Plebuch, eds., Musik als Text (Kassel, 1998) 1.164-71.
  • "Das Lucidarium in arte musice plane des Marchettus von Padua in musiktheoretischen Drucken des späten 15. Jahrhunderts: Terminologie und Etymologie aus rezeptionsgeschichtlicher Perspektive in Franchino Gaffurious Theorica musice (1492) und Practica musicae (1496)," in K. Holubar, Jr., ed. Festschrift Floridus Helmut Röhrig zum 70. Geburtstag am 27. August 1997 (Jahrbuch des Stiftes Klosterneuburg 16: Vienna and Klosterneuburg, 1997) 93-111.
  • "Preparing Editions and Translations of Humanist Treatises on Music: Franchino Gaffurio's Theorica musice (1492)," in M.R. Maniates, ed., Music Discourse from Classical to Early Modern Times: Editing and Translating Texts (Conference on Editorial Problems 26: Toronto, 1997) 71-95.
  • "Franchino Gaffurio als Vermittler der Musiklehre des Altertums und des Mittelalters: Zur Identifizierung griechischer und lateinischer Quellen in der Theorica musice (1492)," Acta Musicologica 65 (1993) 134-50.
  • Franchino Gaffurio: The Theory of Music (translation, with introduction and notes: New Haven and London, 1993).
  • "Das Fragment 'Heiligenkreuz, Archiv des Zisterzienserstifts, Fragment ohne Signatur': Eine wenig beachtete Konkordanz zur Überlieferung des anonymen 'Par un regart' in der Handschrift 'Oxford, Bodleian Library, Canonici misc. 213,'" in B. Gillingham and P. Merkley, eds., Beyond the Moon: Festschrift Luther Dittmer (Musicological Studies 53: Ottawa, 1990) 273-94.
  • "Samuel Scheidt's Choralquodlibet in the Dreierlei Choral ineinander componieret: In Quest of Renaissance Equal-Voice Polyphony," in I. Mills and W. Kreyszig, Dietrich Buxtehude and Samuel Scheidt: An Anniversary Tribute (Saskatoon, 1988) 129-53.
  • Anonymous compositions from the late-fourteenth and early-fifteenth centuries (Forschungen zur älteren Musikgeschichte 5: Vienna and Stuttgart, 1984).


Arul Kumaran, Department of English (STM)

  • "Netherworld Messengers: Subversion in the Elizabethan Satiric Pamphlet," Renaissance and Reformation 34.4 (2011) 45-64.
  • "Satiric Mimicking in Henry Chettle's Kind Hartes Dreame," Studies in Philology 109 (2012) 429-54.
  • "The Elizabethan Satiric Pamphlet: Subversion and the Netherworld Pamphlets of Greene, Nashe, and Riche," Genre (forthcoming).
  • "Robert Greene's Martinist Transformation in 1590," Studies in Philology 103 (2006) 243-63.
  • "Patronage, Print, and an Early Modern 'Pamphlet Moment,'" Explorations in Renaissance Culture 31.1 (2005) 59-88.
  • "'Hereafter suppose me the said Roberto': Greene's Groatsworth of Wit as an Allegorizing Pamphlet," Yearly Review 10 (2001) 29-46.
  • "Loot and the New Farce," English 2 (1988) 33-42.


Simon Lasair, Department of Religion and Culture (STM)

  • "Theorizing in the Absence of a Theory: The Case of the Aramaic Targums to the Pentateuch," TranscUlturAl: A Journal of Translation and Cultural Studies 1.2 (2009) 81-92.
  • "The Priesthood in Targum Pseudo-Jonathan: Renewing the Profession [Book Review]," Journal of Semitic Studies 54.1 (2009) 287-89.


Yin Liu, Department of English

  • "Scribal Spelling of Northern Ta as To, and Some Implications," in Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Middle English (forthcoming).
  • "Appeal to the Public: Lessons from the Early History of the Oxford English Dictionary," in R. Cunningham and B. Nelson, eds., Beyond Accessibility: Textual Studies in the 21st Century (forthcoming).
  • "Romances of Continuity in the English Rous Roll," R. Purdie and M. Cichon, eds., Medieval Romance, Medieval Contexts (Woodbridge, 2011) 149-159.
  • "Building History in the English Rous Roll," Viator 42.2 (2011) 307-19.
  • "The Challenge of an Ancestor of the Earl of Warwick: The Guînes pas d'armes of 1413," OSTMAR 1.4 (2011) 1-10.
  • "Romances of Continuity in the English Rous Roll," in R. Purdie and M. Cichon, eds., Medieval Romance, Medieval Contexts (Woodbridge, 2011) 149-59.
  • (with J. Smith) "A Relational Database Model for Text Encoding," Computers in the Humanities Working Papers: Reassembling the Disassembled Book special issue, A.43 [http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/chwp/CHC2007/Liu_Smith/Liu_Smith.htm]
  • "Text as Image in Kipling's Just So Stories," Papers on Language and Literature 44.3 (2008) 227-49.
  • "Middle English Romance as Prototype Genre," Chaucer Review 40.4 (2006) 335-53.
  • "Richard Beauchamp and the Uses of Romance," Medium Ævum, 74 (2005) 271-87.
  • "Incest and Identity: Family Relationships in Emaré," in B. Altmann and C. Carroll, eds., The Court Reconvenes: Courtly Literature Across the Disciplines. Selected Papers from the 9th Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society (Vancouver, 2003) 179-85.
  • "Clothing, Armour, and Boundaries in Sir Perceval of Galles," Florilegium 18.2 (2001) 79-92.


Susan McDonald, Edwards School of Business

  • "'Wide Was the Wound': Cesarean Section and the Birth of Eve," in K.A. Pruitt and C.W. Durham, eds., Living Texts: Interpreting Milton (Selinsgrove, 2000) 80-98.


John Moffatt, Graham Centre for the Study of Communication

  • "The Sparrow and the Shaking Tent: Containing the Convert in Two Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Ojibwe Conversion Narratives," Rhetor: Journal of the Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric 3 (2009) 1-21.
  • (ed. with J. MacLennon) Inside Language: A Canadian Language Reader. 2nd edition. Oxford, forthcoming. [First edition: 1999.]
  • Canterbury Tales: The Pilgrimage of Geoffrey Chaucer (play). Translation and adaptation for stage of seven tales. Dir. Ian Fenwick. UCFV theatre, Chilliwack BC. November 7-25, 2007.
  • Geoffrey Chaucer's The Nun's Priest's Tale (play). Translated from Middle English and adapted for the stage. Directed by Ian Fenwick. Directors' Festival, UCFV Theatre, Chilliwack BC, April 27-29, 2007.
  • with S. Tait. "Just a Simple Storyteller: A Conversation with Drew Hayden Taylor," Canadian Literature 183 (Winter 2005).
  • Entries on "Scottish Gaelic Literature in Canada," "Irish Culture and Canadian Literature," "Edward Ahenakew," "David Donnell," "Brenda Fleet," "Wayne Keon," "Donnchadh Ruadh MacConmara," "Daniel David Moses," "Ted Plantos," "Philip Stratford," "Andrew Suknaski," in W.H. New, ed., The Reader's Encyclopaedia of Canadian Writing (Toronto, 2003).
  • with J. MacLennan. "Reclaiming 'Authenticity': Cape Breton's Magazine and the Commodification of Canadian Insularity," in S.D. Ferguson and L.R. Shade, eds., Civic Discourse and Cultural Politics in Canada: A Cacaphony of Voices (Westport, 2002) 264-74.
  • with J. MacLennan. "An Island View of the World: Canadian Community as Insularity in the Popular Writing of Stompin' Tom Connors," in C. Steenman-Marcusse, ed., The Rhetoric of Canadian Writing (Amsterdam and New York, 2002) 271-99.
  • "Inneal-Ciuil an Diabhail/The Devil's Instrument: Popular Culture and the Rise of the Gaelic Learner," Journal of Celtic Language Learning 4 (1998) 5-15
  • "A Commodified Antimodernism: Evangelism, the Gaelic Text, and the Construction of Ethnotourism in Nova Scotia," Proceedings of the Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric 6 (1994-97) 24-33.


Brent Nelson, Department of English

  • "Radiant Donne: The Case for the Electronic Text," John Donne Journal (in press).
  • (with Robert Imes, and Jon Bath). "Small Books, Small Screens: From the Phylactery to the Cellphone." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 51.1 (Fall 2013).
  • "The Table of Contents." ArchBook: Architectures of the Book. (2012) http://archbook.ischool.utoronto.ca/archbook/tableofcontents.php
  • (with S. Ruecker, M. Radzikowska, S. Sinclair, S. Brown, M. Bieber, et al.) "A Short History and Demonstration of the Dynamic Table of Contents," Scholarly Research Communication (accepted).
  • (with J. Bath). "Old Ways for Linking Texts in the Digital Environment," Digital Humanities Quarterly 6.2 (2012).
  • (ed., with M. Terras). Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture. Toronto and Tempe, 2012.
  • (with Alan Galey, Richard Cunningham, Ray Siemens, Paul Werstine, and the INKE team). "Beyond Remediation: The Role of Textual Studies in Implementing New Knowledge Environments." In Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture. Eds. Brent Nelson and Melissa Terras. Toronto: Iter; Tempe, AZ: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012.
  • "'Pleasure for our sense, health for our hearts': Inferring Pronuntiatio and Actio from the Text of John Donne's Second Prebend Sermon," in S. Gingell and W. Roy, eds., Listening Up, Writing Down, and Looking Beyond: Interfaces of the Oral, Written and Visual (Waterloo, ON: WLUP, 2012).
  • "Beyond Remediation: The Role of Textual Studies in Implementing New Knowledge Environment," New Knowledge Environments 1 (2009).
  • ed. "Bridging Communities," a special issue of Digital Studies / Le champ numérique 1.3 (2009).
    http://www.digitalstudies.org/ojs/index.php/digital_studies/issue/view/21
  • "Cain-Leviathan Typology in Gollum and Grendel," Extrapolation: A Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy 49 (2008) 466-85.
  • (ed.) Reassembling the Disassembled Book (special issue of Computing in the Humanities Working Papers, vol. A.41-46, 2008).
  • "The Browne Family's Culture of Curiosity," in R. Barbour and C. Preston, eds., Sir Thomas Browne: The World Proposed (Oxford, 2008) 80-99.
  • "Curious Readers and Meditative Form in Thomas Browne's Urne-Buriall," in R. Todd and K. Murphy, eds., Thomas Browne: Essays (Leiden, 2008) 107-26.
  • Holy Ambition: Rhetoric, Courtship, and Devotion in the Sermons of John Donne. Tempe, 2005.
  • "Pathopoeia and the Protestant Form of Donne's Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions," in M.A. Papazian, ed., John Donne and the Protestant Reformation: A Collection of Essays (Detroit, 2003).
  • "John Hoskyns," in E.A. Malone, ed., British Rhetoricians and Logicians 1500-1660, Second Series (Columbia, 2003) 154-66.
  • "The Social Context of Rhetoric, 1500-1660," in E.A. Malone, ed., British Rhetoricians and Logicians 1500-1660, Second Series (Columbia, 2003) 355-77.
  • (asst. editor, with J.S. North) The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals 1800-1900, Series Two (Waterloo, 2003). 〈http://www.victorianperiodicals.com
  • "Courtship and the Hill of Truth: Religion, Career, and the Purification of Motives in Donne's Satyres and Sermons," Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 27.4 (2003) 1-29.
  • "John Hoskyns" and "Roger Ascham," in E.A. Malone, ed., British Rhetoricians and Logicians 1500-1660, First Series (Detroit, 2001) 3-11.


Corey Owen, Graham Centre for the Study of Communication

  • "The Prudence of Pearl," The Chaucer Review 45:4 (2011) 411-34.
  • "Patient Endurance in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight," Florilegium 27 (2010) 177-207.
  • The Seafarer: A Hypertext Edition. [http://www.usask.ca/english/seafarer]
  • "Patient Lancelot and Impatient Gawain in the Queste del Saint Graal," Arthuriana 17.3 (2007) 3-28.
  • "A Few Problems for Hypertext Editors," Changing the Climate (Saskatoon conference proceedings, 1998).


David Parkinson, Department of English

  • (ed.) James VI and I, Scotland and Literature: Tides of Change, 1567-1625. Leuven, 2013.
  • "Henryson's Matter of Style: The Garmont of Gud Ladeis," Review of English Studies 62 (2011) 520-37.
  • "Henryson's Fox and Hary's Potter," Notes and Queries 57 (2010) 476-80.
  • "Arcadia, Emulation and Regret in Sir William Alexander's Encouragement to Colonies," in N. Royan and K. McGinley, eds., The Apparelling of Truth: Literature and Culture in the Reign of James VI (Cambridge, 2010) 236-49.
  • (ed.) Complete Poems of Robert Henryson. TEAMS Middle English Texts Series. Kalamazoo, 2010.
  • "Rutherford's Landscapes," in S. Carpenter and S. Dunnigan, eds., 'Joyous Sweit Imaginatioun': Essays on Scottish Literature in Honour of R.D.S. Jack (Amsterdam, 2007) 177-97.
  • "Gawin Douglas" and "William Dunbar," in D.S. Kastan et al., eds., The Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature (New York, 2006).
  • "Orpheus and the Translator: Gavin Douglas's Lusty Crafty Preambill," in A.A. MacDonald and K. Dekker, eds., Rhetoric, Royalty, and Reality (Leuven, 2005) 107-20.
  • "Alexander Montgomerie: Scottish Author," in S. Mapstone, ed., Older Scots Literature (Edinburgh, 2005) 493-513.
  • "'The Legend of the Bischop of St. Androis Lyfe' and the Survival of Scottish Poetry," EMLS 9.1 (2003) 5.1-24.
  • "Dreams in the Clear Light of Day: Older Scots Poetry in Modern Scotland," in N. Royan and T. van Heijnsbergen, eds., Literature, Letters and the Canonical in Early Modern Scotland (East Linton, 2002) 138-50.
  • (with C. Ives) "'The Fountain and Very Being of Truth': James VI, Poetic Invention and National Identity," in D. Fischlin and M. Fortier, eds., Royal subjects: essays on the writings of James VI and I (Detroit, 2001) 104-23.
  • "'A Lamentable Storie': Mary Queen of Scots and the Inescapable Querelle des Femme," in L.A.J.R. Houwen, A.A. MacDonald, and S.L. Mapstone, eds., A palace in the wild: essays on vernacular culture and humanism in late-medieval and Renaissance Scotland (Leuven, 2000) 141-60.
  • (ed.) Alexander Montgomerie: Poems (Edinburgh, 2000).
  • (with C. Ives) "Scottish Chaucer, Misogynist Chaucer," in T.A. Prendergast and B. Kline, eds., Rewriting Chaucer: culture, authority, and the idea of the authentic text, 1400-1602 (Columbus, 1999) 186-202.
  • (ed.) Douglas Gavin: The palis of honoure (Kalamazoo, 1992).
  • "Holtis hair: tracking a phrase through Middle Scots poetry," Studies in Scottish Literature 26 (1991) 309-18.


John R. Porter, Department of History



Sarah Powrie, Department of English (STM)

  • "The Importance of Fourteenth-Century Natural Philosophy for Nicholas of Cusa's Infinite Universe," The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 87.1 (2013) 33-53.
  • "Spenser's Mutabilitie and the Indeterminate Universe," Studies in English Literature 53.1 (2013).
  • "Science in the Middle Ages," "Pierre Duhem," "Anneliese Meier," and "Raymond Klibansky," in A. Classen, ed., Handbook of Medieval Studies: Terms, Methods, Trends (Berlin and New York, 2010).
  • "Alan of Lille's Anticlaudianus as Intertext in Chaucer's House of Fame," Chaucer Review 44.3 (2010) 246-67.
  • "Transposing World Harmony: John Donne's Creation Poetics in the Context of a Medieval Tradition," Studies in Philology 107 (2010) 121-35.
  • "The Celestial Progress of a Deathless Soul: John Donne's Second Anniversarie," John Donne Journal 26 (2007) 73-101.


Alan Reese, Department of History (STM)

  • "What to do with a Solitary?" in D. Ward, ed., Bush Dweller: Memories of Father James Gray, OSB (Muenster, Saskatchewan, 2010).
  • "'So Outstanding an Athlete of Christ': Erasmus and the Significance of Jerome's Asceticism," The Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 18 (1998) 104-17.
  • "Learning Virginity: Erasmus' Ideal of Christian Marriage," Bibliothèque d'humanisme et renaissance 57.3 (1995) 551-67.


Daniel Regnier, Department of Philosophy (STM)

  • Plotin, Traité 27 (IV, 3) Introduction, traduction et commentaire. (Éditions du CERF, forthcoming).
  • "A Moment in Mamardashvili's Conception of Non-classical Rationality: His Reception of Uznadze's Psychological Theory of Set," Transcultures (forthcoming).
  • "Life and the arrow of time: some points of congruence between Plotinus' and Prigogine's theories of time," Organon 42 (2010) 31-42.
  • "Human Rights and the Moral Imagination: Some Ancient Philosophical Contributions," Science et Esprit 62.2-3 (2010).
  • "Consciousness and Conscience: Mamardasvili on the Common Point of Departure for Epistemological and Moral Reflection," Studies in East European Thought 58.3 (2006) 141-60.



Robinson, Peter, Professor, Department of English

  • "Towards a Theory of Digital Editions," Variants 10 (2013) 105-32.
  • "The Textual Tradition of Dante's Commedia and the Barbi loci," Ecdotica 9 (2012) 7-37.
  • (ed., with H.W. Gabler and P. Subacius). Textual Scholarship and the Canon. Variants 7. Rhodopi, 2010.
  • "Electronic Editions for Everyone," in W. McCarty, ed., Text and Genre in Reconstruction (Cambridge: Open Book Publishing, 2010) 145-64.
  • "How we have been publishing the wrong way, and how we might publish a better way," in G. Egan, ed., E-Publishing: Politics and Pragmatics (Medieval and Renaissance Text Series: Tempe, 2010) 139-55.
  • (with P. Shaw). "The Phylogenetic Analysis," in P. Shaw, ed., Dante Alighieri: The Commedia. A Digital Edition (Birmingham and Florence, 2010).
  • 'Response to Roger Bagnall paper: Integrating Digital Papyrology'. In J. McGann et al. (ed.) Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come. Houston: Rice university Press, 2010. At http://cnx.org/content/m34325/latest/.
  • 'Editing without walls'. Literature Compass.Vol. 7, February 2010, 57-61.
  • 'The Ends of Editing'. Digital Humanities Quarterly. V3n3, Summer 2009. At http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/preview/index.html
  • SDPublisher: An Electronic Scholarly Publishing System. Computer Program. Open source, 2009. (with A. West and Z. Green)
  • 'Towards a Scholarly Editing System for the Next Decades.' Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Sanskrit Computational Linguistics. 2009, 346-357.
    [http://www.springerlink.com/content/a345h3564227x641/?p=5a0b3536535c481a85725b6d4e5cdd61&pi=21]
  • 'What Text Really is Not, and Why Editors have to Learn to Swim.'Literary and Linguistic Computing 24 (2009), 41-52. [http://www.llc.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/24/1/41]
  • 'Dante's Monarchia as a test case for the use of phylogenetic methods in stemmatic analysis.' Literay and Linguistic Computing 23 (2008), 443-463 (with: Heather F. Windram, Prue Shaw, and Christopher J. Howe) [http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/23/4/443]
  • 'Current Directions in the Making of Digital Editions: towards interactive editions.' Ecdotica 4 (2007), 176-190.
  • (Edited, with C. Larrington) Sólarljóð in Skaldic Poetery of the Scandinavian Middle Ages, vol VII, Part 1, gen. ed. M. Clunies Ross (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007), pp. 287-357.
  • 'Testing Methods on an Artificially Created Textual Tradition' Linguistica Computazionale XXIV-XXV (2005) (with C. Macé and P. Baret)
  • 'Current issues in making digital editions of medieval texts—or, do electronic scholarly editions have a future?' Digital Medievalist 1.1 (2005) at http://www.digitalmedievalist.org/article.cfm?RecID=6
  • 'Making electronic editions and the fascination of what is difficult' Linguistica Computazionale XX-XXI (2004), 415-438.
  • (Edited)Geoffrey Chaucer. The Miller's Tale on CD-Rom. Leicester, Scholarly Digital Editions, 2004.
  • 'Where We Are wtih Electronic Scholarly Editions, and Where We Want to be' Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie Online at
    http://computerphilologie.uni-muenchen.de/ejournal.html, Janaury 2004. In print in Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie 2004, 123-143.
  • (Edited, with Hans Walter Gabler) Making Texts for the Next Century Special Issue, Literary and Linguistic Computing 15:1, 2000.
  • 'The Phylogeny of the Canterbury Tales.' Nature 394 (1998): 839. (with A. Barbrook, N. Blake, C. Howe)
  • (Edited) Geoffrey Chaucer.The Wife of Bath's Prologue on CD-Rom. The Canterbury Tales Project. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. [Winner, English Association Beatrice White Prize 1998 for the oustanding publication in medieval and renaissance studies of 1996-7]

Joanne Rochester, Assistant Professor, Department of English

  • "Mak Tossed in a Blanket: A Note on the Motif," Notes and Queries 59:2 (June 2012) (forthcoming).
  • Staging Spectatorship in the Plays of Philip Massinger. Burlington, 2010.

Robert Sider, Adjunct Professor, Department of History

  • general editor of The Collected Works of Erasmus, volumes 44 (Paraphrases on the Pastoral and Catholic Epistles [John Bateman] 1993); 46 (Paraphrase on John [Jane Phillips] 1989); 48 (Paraphrase on Luke 11-24 [Jane Phillips] 2004); 49 (Paraphrase on Mark [Erika Rummel] 1989).
  • "Erasmus' Biblical Scholarship in the Toronto Project," in J.R. Henderson, ed., The Unfolding of Words: Commentary in the Age of Erasmus (Toronmto, 2012) 86-98.
  • (contributing editor). Paraphrasis in evangelium Matthaei. Translated and annotated by D. Simpson. Collected Works of Erasmus 45. Toronto, 2008.
  • "Historical Imagination and the Representation of Paul in Erasmus' Paraphrases on the Pauline Epistles," in H.M. Pabel and M. Vessey, eds., Holy Scripture Speaks: The Production and Reception of Erasmus' Paraphrases on the New Testament (Toronto, 2002) 85-110.
  • "Early Commentators on Erasmus' Annotations on Romans," in P. Blowers et al., eds., In Dominico Eloquio: In Lordly Eloquence. Essays on Patristic Exegesis in Honor of Robert Louis Wilkin (Grand Rapids, 2002) 118-43.
  • (ed.) Christian and Pagan in the Roman Empire: The Witness of Tertullian. Washington, D.C., 2001.
  • "Erasmus," in A.D. Fitzpatrick et al., eds., Augustine Through the Ages: An Encyclopedia (Grand Rapids, 1999) 312-15.
  • "Erasmus and Ancient Christian Writers: The Search for Authenticity," in J. Petruccione, ed., Nova & Vetera. Patristic Studies in Honour of Thomas Patrick Halton (Washington, D.C., 1998) 235-54.
  • tr. and ann., Erasmus: In Acta Apostolorum paraphrasis. (J.J. Bateman, ed.) Toronto, 1995.
  • (ed.) Erasmus: Annotationes in Epistolam ad Romanos (Annotations on Romans). (Translated and annotated by J.B. Payne et al.) Toronto, 1994.
  • "'Searching the Scriptures': John Chrysostom in the New Testament Scholarship of Erasmus," in T. Brensunger and E.M. Sider, eds., Within the Perfection of Christ: Essays on Peace and the Nature of the Church. Essays in honor of Martin H. Schrag (Nappanee, 1990) 83-105.
  • "Literary Artifice and the Figure of Paul in the Writings of Tertullian," in W.S. Babcock, ed., Paul and the Legacy of Paul in Early Christianity (Dallas, 1990) 99-120.
  • "'In Terms Quite Plain and Clear': The Exposition of 'Grace' in the Paraphrases of Erasmus," Erasmus in English 15 (1987-1988) 16-25.
  • "Charis and Derivatives in the Biblical Scholarship of Erasmus," in T. Halton and J.P. Williman, eds., Diakonia: Studies in Honour of Robert T. Meyer (Washington, D.C., 1986) 242-60.
  • "Concedo nulli: Erasmus' Motto and the Figure of Paul in the Paraphrases," Erasmus in English 14 (1986) 7-10.
  • (ed.) Erasmus: In Epistolam Pauli Apostoli ad Romanos paraphrasis (Paraphrases on Romans and Galatians). (Translated and annotated by J.B. Payne, A. Rabil, Jr., and W.S. Smith, Jr.) Toronto, 1984.
  • The Gospel and its Proclamation. Wilmington, 1983.
  • with T.P. Halton, "A Decade of Patristic Scholarship 1970-1979," CW 75 (1982) 65-127 and 76 (1983) 313-83.
  • "Approaches to Tertullian: A Study of Recent Scholarship," The Second Century 2 (1982) 228-60.
  • "Credo quia absurdum?" CW 73 (1980) 417-19.
  • "Tertullian. On the Shows. An Analysis," JThS 29 (1978) 339-65.
  • "On Symmetrical Composition in Tertullian," JThS 24 (1973) 405-23.
  • Ancient Rhetoric and the Art of Tertullian. Oxford, 1971.
  • "Structure and Design in the De resurrectione mortuorum of Tertullian," VChr 23 (1969) 177-96.


Lewis Stiles, Department of History



Carl Still, Department of Philosophy (STM)

  • "Aquinas on Self-Knowledge and the Individuation of Thought," International Philosophical Quarterly (2014) [forthcoming].
  • (with P.S. Eardley). Aquinas: A Guide for the Perplexed. London and New York, 2010.
  • "Pico's Quest for All Knowledge," in M.V. Dougherty, ed., Pico della Mirandola: New Essays (Cambridge, 2008) 179-201.
  • "Thomas Aquinas on the Assent of Faith," in J.R. Ginther and C.N. Still, eds., Essays in Medieval Theology and Philosophy in Memory of Walter H. Principe: Fortresses and Launching Pads (Ashgate, 2005) 121-34.
  • (co-edited with J.R. Ginther). Essays in Medieval Theology and Philosophy in Memory of Walter H. Principe: Fortresses and Launching Pads. Ashgate, 2005.
  • "The Search for the Real Aquinas," Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoire 40 (2005) 67-74 (review article).
  • (with K. Corrigan) "The problem of Aquinas's notion of reditio completa in relation to its neoplatonic sources," in J.M. Hackett, W.E. Murnion, and C.N. Still, eds., Being and thought in Aquinas (Binghamton, 2004).
  • (co-edited with J.M. Hackett, W.E. Murnion). Being and thought in Aquinas. Binghamton, 2004.
  • "Do We Know All after Death? Thomas Aquinas on the Disembodied Soul's Knowledge," Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 75 (2001) 107-19.
  • "'Gifted Knowledge': An Exception to Thomistic Epistemology?" The Thomist 63 (1999) 173-90.


P. Michael Swan, Department of History

  • The Augustan Succession: An Historical Commentary on Cassius Dio's Roman History Books 55-56 (9 B.C.-A.D. 14). Oxford, 2004.
  • "How Cassius Dio Composed his Augustan Books: Four Studies," ANRW Part II, Volume 34.3 (1997) 2524-57.
  • with Meyer Reinhold, "Cassius Dio's Assessment of Augustus," in K.A. Raaflaub and M. Toher, eds., Between Republic and Empire: Interpretations of Augustus and his Principate (Berkeley, 1990) 155-73.
  • "Cassius Dio on Augustus: A Poverty of Annalistic Sources?" Phoenix (1987) 272-91.
  • "PROBALLESTHAI in Dio's Account of Elections under Augustus," CQ 32 (1982) 436-40.
  • "Cassius Dio LVIII 20.4-5 and LIX 20.5," Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 1 (1979) 376-78.
  • "A Consular Epicurean under the Early Principate," Phoenix 30 (1976) 54-60.
  • "Josephus, A.J. XIX, 251-252. Opposition to Gaius and Claudius," AJP 91 (1970) 149-64.
  • "CIL XIV 353 and S 4642. Apparitores at Ostia and Urso," Latomus 29 (1970) 140-41.
  • "The Consular Fasti of 23 B.C. and the Conspiracy of Varro Murena," HSCP 71 (1966) 235-47.


Ulrich Teucher, Department of Psychology

  • (with C. Hammond, W. Duggleby, and R. Thomas-MacLean). "An 'unholy alliance' of existential proportions: Negotiating discourses with men's experiences of cancer and aging" Journal of Aging Studies 26.2 (2012) 149-61.
  • (with J. Cresswell, J.). "The Body and Language: M. M. Bakhtin on Ontogenetic Development," New Ideas in Psychology 2011.
  • (with P. Mitchell and H. Kikuno). "Cultural Variations in developing a sense of knowing your own mind: A comparison between British and Japanese children," International Journal of Behavior and Development 34:3 (2010) 248-58.
  • (with P. Mitchell, F. Ziegler, and M. Bennett). "Do children start out thinking they don't know their own minds?" Mind and Language 24.3 (2009) 328-46.
  • (with P. Mitchell and M. Bennett). "Do Children start out thinking they don't know their own Mind? An odyssey in overthrowing the mother of all knowledge," European Journal of Developmental Psychology 7 (2009) 67-84.
  • (with P. Mitchell and H. Kikuno). "Self-knowledge in children: A cross-cultural study," International Journal of Behavior and Development (forthcoming).
  • (with T. Kemple: tr. and comm.). "Simmel on the Metaphysics and Aesthetics of Life," Theory, Culture, and Society 24 (2007) 7-8, 30-90.
  • "Renegade Cells: Patricia Blondal's last Poem," in B. Sproxton, ed., The Winnipeg Connection: Writing Lives at Mid-Century (in press).
  • "Humanities and Social Sciences in Health Research," in P. Magee, ed., A Canadian snapshot of fields of study and innovative approaches to understanding and addressing health issues (Ottawa, 2004).
  • (with L. Grant and S. Blake) "Cultural identity and the Capilano tradition: Musqueam ancestral names," in J.C. Brown and T. Petersen, eds., UBCWPL Working Papers in Linguistics (Vancouver, 2004) 45-66.
  • "The Therapeutic Psychopoetics of Cancer Metaphors: Challenges in Interdisciplinary," History of Intellectual Culture 3.1 (2003) 1-15.
  • (with M. Chandler and C. Lalonde) "Culture, continuity, and the limits of narrativity: A comparison of the self-narratives of Native and Non-Native youth," in C. Lightfoot and C. Daiuth, eds., Narrative analysis: Studying the development of individuals in society (Thousand Oaks, 2003) 245-65.
  • "Writing in the Face of Death: Norbert Elias and Autobiographies of Cancer," in T. Salumets, ed., Norbert Elias and human interdependencies (Montreal, 2001) 159-74.



Sharon Wright, Department of History (STM)



Zachary Yuzwa, Department of History (STM)

  • "'To Live by the Example of Angels': Dialogue, Imitation and Identity in Sulpicius Severus' Gallus," Studia Patristica 69 (2013) 123-30.
  • Co-translator. The Hildemar Project. Eds. Albrecht Diem, Julian Hendrix, et al. (Online at hildemar.org)