Curriculum vitae
Updated 25 September 2018

NORRIS J. LACY

Edwin Erle Sparks Professor Emeritus of French and Medieval Studies

Pennsylvania State University

 

Department of French and Francophone Studies
Pennsylvania
State University
University Park, PA 16802-6203

 


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EDUCATION

Murray State University, 1958-62; A.B. with Highest Honors, 1962 (French major, German and philosophy minors).

Middlebury College, 1962 (summer).

Indiana University, 1962-66; M.A., 1963; Ph.D., 1967 (medieval French literature; minors in romance philology, medieval Italian literature).

Centre d'Études Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale, Poitiers, France, 1972-73 (postdoctoral study of medieval philosophy and patristic literature).

FULL-TIME ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Indiana University, Lecturer in French, 1965-66.

University of Kansas, 1966-88: Acting Assistant Professor of French, 1966-67; Assistant Professor, 1967-70; Associate Professor, 1970-75; Professor, 1975-88. Chair, Department of French and Italian, 1978-84, 1985-87.

UCLA, Visiting Associate Professor of French, 1975-76.

Washington University in St. Louis, 1988-98: Professor of French, 1988-91; Professor of French and Comparative Literature, 1991-98. Chair, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, 1991-97.

Pennsylvania State University, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of French, 1998-2002; Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of French and Medieval Studies, 2002-12. Emeritus, June 2012.

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FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS

Woodrow Wilson Fellow 1962-63.

Indiana University Fellowship 1963-64.

American Philosophical Society Research Grant, 1969.

Watkins Faculty Fellowship, University of Kansas, 1969.

Faculty Research Grants, University of Kansas, annually 1970-73, 1975-87 (also 1988, declined).

American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grants, 1972, 1981, 1987.

American Council of Learned Societies Postdoctoral Study Fellowship, 1972-73.

National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, 1975.

American Council of Learned Societies Senior Fellowship, 1985.

National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, 1989-91. Grant awarded to a team of nine translators whose work I directed.

Faculty Research Grants, Washington University, 1991, 1996.

SELECTED HONORS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Decorated by the French Government, in the Ordre des Palmes Académiques (Order of Academic Palms), Chevalier (Knight) July 1988; promoted to the rank of Officier (Officer), October 2003.

Presented with Festschrift, May 2000: "Por le soie amisté": Essays in Honor of Norris J. Lacy , ed. Keith Busby and Catherine M. Jones. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000. Pp. xxxiv + 552.

Presented with Lagniappe Festschrift, in Honor of Norris J. Lacy, ed. Kristin L. Burr and David S. King, Special number of Arthuriana, 18.2 (2008). [Articles by several of my past students from Washington University and Penn State.]

International Arthurian Society: International President, 1984-87; Honorary International President, 1987- (elected for life). North American Branch: President, 1991-94; previously, Secretary-Treasurer, 1979-84; member of Executive and Advisory Committee, 1975-84, 1994-97.

Midwest Modern Language Association: President, 1994-95; previously Vice-President, 1993-94.

Mid-America Medieval Association: President, 1980-81.

Winner of the South Atlantic Review Essay Prize (for 2000) for "From Medieval to Post-Modern: The Arthurian Quest in France,” November 2000.

Prize established in 2008 by Arthuriana in my honor: "The Norris J. Lacy Prize for Outstanding Editorial Achievement in Arthurian Studies." Beginning the following year, it was sponsored jointly by the North American Branch of the International Arthurian Society and by Arthuriana.

Recipient of “Lifetime Achievement Award” for my contributions to Arthurian studies, awarded in 2014 by the International Arthurian Society, North American Branch. [Honor created specifically for me.]

Service to profession (selected): Modern Language Association Commission on Professional Employment (1995-98); selection committee, MLA Prize for Distinguished Editions (1999-2001; chair, 2001); chair, selection committee for outstanding article published annually in Arthuriana (1996-98); American Association of Teachers of French committee to evaluate and advise on association publications (1997-98).

Editorships and Boards:


Consultant on several projects for television, radio, or publishing: Arts & Entertainment Network, Learning Channel, Discovery Channel, Story House Productions (
Berlin), National Geographic, Adam Matthew Publishing, Disney, etc. Consultant (and participant, with on-screen appearances) for two one-hour documentaries: "Le Morte d'Arthur : Legend of the King," a Cronkite-Ward / Universe Group Production (for "The Great Books" series; shown on The Learning Channel beginning September 1993 and later on The Discovery Channel; released in Japan, dubbed into Japanese, in 1996); "The Quest for the Holy Grail," a FilmRoos Production for the A&E series "Ancient Mysteries" (August 1997; retitled "The Holy Grail" and with new narration, it became part of The History Channel's series "In Search of History" in December 1997). Interviewed on radio by NewsTalk (Dublin, Ireland) for a program on "Holy Grail" (July 2008); various other radio, television, and newspaper interviews.

Biographical Listings in current or past editions of Who's Who in America, Directory of American Scholars, International Who's Who of Education, Répertoire international des médiévistes, Dictionary of International Biography, Notable Americans, Men of Achievement, Who's Who in the Midwest, Who's Who in American Education, Personalities of America, International Authors and Writers Who's Who, Directory of Distinguished Americans, 2000 Distinguished Scholars of the Twentieth Century, Who's Who in the Twenty-First Century, etc.

Memberships: Medieval Academy of America, International Arthurian Society, American Association of Teachers of French, Société Rencesvals, International Courtly Literature Society, Modern Language Association.

Miscellaneous: sole or principal organizer of five conferences; organizer and/or chair of sessions in some sixty others; evaluator of well over 100 grant applications for the Guggenheim Foundation, The Canada Council, National Endowment for the Humanities, American Council of Learned Societies, Rockefeller Foundation, etc.; reader for some twenty-five university and private presses and the same number of journals; external evaluator for over seventy-five tenure and/or promotion cases at other universities and colleges.

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TEACHING AND RELATED ACTIVITIES

Undergraduate courses at all levels: elementary and intermediate French; French composition, conversation, civilization, history, phonetics, stylistics, and introduction to literature; medieval and Renaissance literature, Issues of Gender in Medieval Literature, Medieval Lyric, The Literature of Courtly Love, Arthurian Romance, Arthurian Film; surveys of the Arthurian legend through history, archaeology, medieval and modern literature, visual arts, music, film, and popular culture.

Graduate courses and seminars: French Arthurian Literature, From Arthur to the Grail, Chansons de geste, Medieval Romance, Fabliaux, Literature of Courtly Love, Medieval Lyric, François Villon, Problems of Genre in Medieval Literature, The Medieval Literary Arts, Paris in the Middle Ages, The Tristan Legend, Textual Criticism and Editing, Old French, History of the French Language, Introduction to Graduate Studies, Literary Criticism, Renaissance Literature, and Medieval Comedy, Parody, and Irony. My Arthurian seminars, in French and Comparative Literature, have treated major medieval authors, texts, and themes (e.g., Chrétien de Troyes, the Vulgate Cycle, Grail Literature, Quests and Tests in Arthurian Literature).

Direction of Summer Study-Abroad Programs for University of Kansas: Paris (Assistant Director, 1967), Geneva (Director, 1968), Paris (Director, 1971).

Director of Graduate Studies in French for ten years (at two universities); extensive undergraduate (freshman and major) and graduate advising.

Director of twenty-one Ph.D. dissertations and co-director of three others; one currently in progress. Most on medieval French literature, but one on comparative medieval literature (French and Spanish), one on eighteenth-century French novel; three (two of them co-directed) on Renaissance French literature, one (co-directed) on Colonial Latin American literature.

ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICE: extensive, ranging from service on numerous college-wide or university-wide committees (promotion and tenure, research, graduate council, etc.) to assistant or associate chair (seven years, University of Kansas) and to department chair (fourteen years: eight at University of Kansas, six at Washington University). Chair of the Program in Medieval Studies, Penn State University (2008-2012). For service to the profession at large, see above.

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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION

I. BOOKS AND CRITICAL EDITIONS

26 Chansons d'amour de la Renaissance. Critical edition. Paris: Klincksieck; Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1975. Pp. 111.

The Craft of Chrétien de Troyes: An Essay on Narrative Art. Davis Medieval Texts and Studies, No. 3. Leiden: Brill, 1980. Pp. ix + 136.

L'Istoyre de Jehan Coquault: A Literary Forgery. Critical edition. York, SC: French Literature Publications, 1983. Pp. ix + 85.

The Arthurian Handbook, with Geoffrey Ashe. New York: Garland, 1988. Pp. xxxiv + 455. [Selected by Choice as an Outstanding Academic Book of 1987-88.] Second edition, revised, with Geoffrey Ashe and Debra N. Mancoff, 1997; pp. xlv + 409.

The Romance of Tristran, by Béroul. Critical edition with parallel translation. Garland Library of Medieval Literature, No. 36. New York: Garland, 1989. Pp. xxv + 236. Revised version included in Early French Tristan Poems. [See below, Section II.]

The Vows of the Heron (Les Voeux du heron): A Middle French Vowing Poem. Critical edition (with John L. Grigsby) and parallel translation. Garland Library of Medieval Literature, No. 86. New York: Garland, 1992. Pp. xiii + 100.

Reading Fabliaux. New York: Garland, 1993. Pp. xvi + 169. Second edition, Birmingham, AL: Summa Publications, 1999. Pp. xxiii + 169.

A Camelot Triptych. Fiction. Rochester, NY: Round Table Publications, 1997. Pp. 80. [One section, The Mordred Manuscript, previously published by Round Table Publications, 1994.]

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II. EDITED VOLUMES and JOURNAL ISSUES

A Medieval French Miscellany: Papers of the 1970 Kansas Conference on Medieval French Literature. University of Kansas Humanistic Series, No. 42. Lawrence, KS, 1972. Pp. 88.

From Camelot to Joyous Guard: The Old French "La Mort le Roi Artu," trans. J.N. Carman. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1974. Pp. xxii + 173.

The Comic Spirit in Medieval France. Guest editor, special issue of L'Esprit Créateur , 16.1 (1976). Pp. 87.

Essays in Early French Literature Presented to Barbara M. Craig, with Jerry C. Nash. York, SC: French Literature Publications, 1982. Pp. xiii + 186.

The Arthurian Encyclopedia. New York: Garland, 1986. Pp. xxxvii + 649. [Editor, working with four associate editors. Selected by the History Book Club and the Science Fiction Book Club.] Paperback editions published in U.S. by Peter Bedrick Books (New York), 1987, and in Britain by Boydell and Brewer (Woodbridge, Suffolk), 1988.

            Also, The New Arthurian Encyclopedia ; expanded and revised. New York: Garland, 1991. Pp. xxxix + 577. Published in Britain by St. James Press, 1993. Book club edition published by Doubleday.

            And The New Arthurian Encyclopedia, Updated Edition. New York: Garland, 1996. Pp. xxxix + 615. [Reissue of The New Arthurian Encyclopedia, with supplement for years 1990-95.] An edition is also published by the Science Fiction Book Club.

The Legacy of Chrétien de Troyes, with Douglas Kelly and Keith Busby. 2 vols. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987, 1988. Pp. 342, 306.

The Poetics of Love in the Middle Ages, with Moshé Lazar. Fairfax, VA: George Mason University Press, 1989. Pp. x + 281.

Continuations: Essays on Medieval French Literature and Language in Honor of John L. Grigsby, with Gloria Torrini-Roblin. Birmingham, AL: Summa, 1989. Pp. xxviii + 328.

Lancelot-Grail: The Old French Arthurian Vulgate and Post-Vulgate in Translation. 5 vols. New York: Garland, 1993-96. [Vol. I, 1993, pp. xxxiii + 424; vol. II, 1993, pp. x + 332; vol. III, 1995, pp. x + 338; vol. IV, 1995, pp. xi + 276; vol. V, 1996, pp. xii + 438. [I directed the work of nine translators, translated La Mort Artu (IV, 91-160), edited the full text, and provided chapter summaries of all the material (V, 315-80).]

    Paperback edition, very lightly revised, of the above, published in 10 volumes by D.S. Brewer (Cambridge, UK), 2010. My translation of La Mort Artu constitutes vol. 7; my summaries of all texts are in vol. 10, pp. 3-149. Pagination for set: vol. I, pp. xl + 308; II, vii + 497; III, xi + 460, IV, viii + 398; V, vi + 437; VI, ix + 171; VII, vii + 136; VIII, xiv + 440; IX, xxvi + 419; X, xxix + 288. 

Conjunctures: Medieval Studies in Honor of Douglas Kelly, with Keith Busby. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. Pp. xxi + 596.

Medieval Arthurian Literature: A Guide to Recent Research. New York: Garland, 1996; rpt. London: Routledge, 2014. Pp. xii + 471.

Text and Intertext in Medieval Arthurian Literature. New York: Garland, 1996. Pp. ix + 239.

The Grail and the Quest. Guest editor, special issue of Arthuriana, 8.1 (1998). Pp. 108.

Early French Tristan Poems. 2 vols. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 1998. Pp. 315, 287. Also issued in electronic form by "netLibrary," 2000. [Includes a revised version of my critical edition and facing translation of Béroul's Tristran, I, 3-216.]

The Lancelot-Grail Reader. New York: Garland, 2000. Pp. xviii + 432.

Perceval/Parzival: A Casebook, with Arthur Groos. New York: Routledge, 2002. Pp. viii + 312.

A Companion to Chrétien de Troyes, with Joan Tasker Grimbert. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2005. Pp. xiv + 242. Paperback edition, 2008.

The Fortunes of King Arthur. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2005. Pp. xvi + 231.

A History of Arthurian Scholarship. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2006. Pp. xiv + 285.

The Old French Fabliaux: Essays on Comedy and Context, with K. Burr and J. Moran. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007. Pp. vi + 194.

Chrétien de Troyes's Cligés. Guest editor, special issue of Arthuriana, 18.3 (2008). Pp. 98.

The Grail, the Quest, and the World of Arthur. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2008. Pp. 276.

"Moult a sans et vallour": Studies in Old French Literature in Honor of William W. Kibler, with M. Wright and R. Pickens. Amsterdam: Rodopi., 2012. Pp. xxviii + 420.

The Romance of Arthur, 3rd ed., with J. Wilhelm. New York: Routledge, 2013. Pp. xii + 562.

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III. ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, AND NOTES

"Thematic Analogues in Erec," L'Esprit Créateur, 9.4 (1969), 267-74.

"Organic Structure of Yvain's Expiation," Romanic Review, 41.2 (1970), 79-84.

"Yvain's Evolution and the Role of the Lion," Romance Notes, 12.1 (1970), 198-202.

"Form and Pattern in Cligés," Orbis Litterarum, 25.4 (1970), 307-13.

"A Newly Discovered Manuscript of French Lyrics," Manuscripta, 15 (1971), 27-29.

"Irony and Distance in Béroul's Tristan," French Review, 45, Special Issue No. 3 (1971), 21-29.

"Narrative Point of View and the Problem of Erec's Motivation," Kentucky Romance Quarterly, 18.4 (1971), 355-62.

"Roland at Roncevaux: the Poet's Visual Art," Rocky Mountain MLA Bulletin, 26.1 (1972), 3-8.

"Movement and Montage in Villon's Testament," in A Medieval French Miscellany, pp. 79-88. [See above, Section II.]

"Thematic Structure in the Charrette," L'Esprit Créateur, 12.1 (1972), 13-18.

"Villon in his World: the View and Point of View of the Testament," in Authors and Their Centuries, ed. P. Crant. University of South Carolina French Literature Series, vol. I. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1973, pp. 11-21.

"Types of Aesthetic Distance in the Fabliaux," in Humor in the Fabliaux, ed. T. Cooke and B. Honeycutt. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1974, pp. 107-17.

"Spatial Form in Medieval Romance," in Approaches to Medieval Romance, ed. P. Haidu; Yale French Studies, No. 51, 1974, 160-69.

[With P. Cucchi] "La Tradition manuscrite des Cent Nouvelles de Laurent de Premierfait," Le Moyen Age, 80.3-4 (1974), 483-502.

"The Fabliaux and Comic Logic," L'Esprit Créateur, 16.1 (1976), 39-45. [See Section II.]

"Simile in 'La Mort du loup,'" Language Quarterly, 15 (1976), 59-60.

"The Form of the Brut's Arthurian Sequence," in Jean Misrahi Memorial Volume, ed. H. Runte et al. Columbia, S.C.: French Literature Publications, 1977, pp. 150-58.

"Spatial Form and the Mort Artu," Symposium, 31.4 (1977), 337-45. Rpt. in E. Baumgartner, ed., La Mort le Roi Artu. Parcours Critique. Paris: Klincksieck, 1994, pp. 100-06.

"Villon in his Work: the Testament and the Problem of Personal Poetry," L'Esprit Créateur, 18.1 (1978), 60-69.

"The Huntington Romanum Sancti Pauli," Manuscripta, 22.2 (1978), 112-15.

"The Composition of L'Escoufle," Res Publica Litterarum, 1 (1978), 151-58.

"Typology and Analogy," in Authors and Philosophers, ed. M. Hardee. University of South Carolina French Literature Series, vol. VI. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1979, pp. 126-30.

"Gliglois and Love's New Order," Philological Quarterly, 59.3 (1980), 249-56.

"'Amer par oïr dire': Guillaume de Dole and the Drama of Language," French Review, 54.6 (1981), 779-87.

"The Kansas Manuscript of L'Istoire de Jehan Coquault," Manuscripta, 25.3 (1981), 172-76.

"The Flight of Time: Villon's Trilogy of Ballades," Romance Notes, 23.3 (1982), 353-58.

"Courtliness and Comedy in Aucassin et Nicolette," in Essays in Early French Literature Presented to Barbara M. Craig, pp. 65-72. [See Section II.]

"The Voices of Villon's Testament," Dalhousie French Studies, 4 (1982), 3-12.

"Gauvain and the Crisis of Chivalry in the Conte du Graal," in The Sower and His Seed: Essays on Chrétien de Troyes, ed. R. Pickens. Lexington, KY: French Forum Publishers, 1983, pp. 155-64.

"The Appeal of Arthur," Avalon to Camelot, 1.2 (1983), 10-12.

Foreword to Marie de France, Fables, trans. M.L. Martin. Birmingham, AL: Summa Publications, 1984, pp. i-iii.

"The Form of the Prose Erec," Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 85.2 (1984), 169-77.

"Charles d'Orléans," in Critical Survey of Poetry, ed. W. Beacham. La Canada, CA: Salem, 1984, pp. 337-43.

"Pierre de Ronsard," Ibid., pp. 1353-60.

"François Villon," Ibid., pp. 1653-61.

"Cligés and Courtliness," Interpretations, 15.2 (1984), 18-24.

"Fabliau Women," in The Ideology of Courtly Romance, ed. J. Burns and R. Krueger; special number of Romance Notes, 25.3 (1985), 318-27.

"Deception and Distance in Béroul's Tristan: A Reconsideration," Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, 6 (1985), 33-39.

"The Form of Gautier d'Arras's Eracle," Modern Philology, 83.3 (1986), 227-32.

"A Once and Future Castle," British Heritage (June-July 1986), pp. 54-61.

"Chivalry in Le Chevalier à l'épée and La Mule sans frein," Vox Romanica, 45 (1986), 150-56.

"The Character of Gauvain in Hunbaut," Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society, 38 (1986), 298-305.

"Typology of Arthurian Romance," in The Legacy of Chrétien de Troyes, I, 33-56. [See Section II.]

"The Arthurian Ideal in Pierre Sala's Tristan," Arthurian Interpretations, 1, No. 2 (1987), 1-9.

"Excerpts of the President's Address, International Arthurian Congress, Leuven, Belgium, 23 July 1987," Quondam et Futurus, 7.4 (1987), 4-6.

"The French Romantics and Medieval French Literature: A Bibliographical Essay," Studies in Medievalism, 3.1 (1987), 87-97.

"Fabliaux and the Question of Genre," Reading Medieval Studies (University of Reading), 13 (1987), 25-34.

"Linking in the Perlesvaus," in Contemporary Readings of Medieval Literature , ed. G. Mermier. Ann Arbor: Michigan Romance Studies, 1989, pp. 169-78.

"The Design of the Didot-Perceval," in Continuations: Essays on Medieval French Literature and Language in Honor of John L. Grigsby, pp. 93-104. [See Section II.]

"Arthurian Film and the Tyranny of Tradition," Arthurian Interpretations, 4.1 (1989), 75-85.

"Perlesvaus and the Perceval Palimpsest," Philological Quarterly, 69.3 (1990), 263-71. Rpt. in Perceval/Parzival: A Casebook, pp. 97-103. [See Section II.]

"Narrative Method and the Question of Guilt in La Chastelaine de Vergi," Romance Notes, 31.2 (1990), 119-24.

"The Margins of Romance: Art and Artifice in Joufroi de Poitiers," Symposium, 44.4 (1990-91), 264-71.

"Mythopoeia in Excalibur," in Cinema Arthuriana: Film Versions of the Legend of King Arthur, ed. K.J. Harty. New York: Garland, 1991, pp. 122-34. Rpt. in Cinema Arthuriana: Twenty Essays, ed. K.J. Harty. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002, pp. 34-43.

"French Arthurian Literature in English Translation," Quondam et Futurus: A Journal of Arthurian Interpretations, 1.3 (1991), 55-74.

"Teaching the King Arthur of History and Chronicle," in Teaching the Arthurian Tradition in Literature, ed. M. Fries and J. Watson. New York: Modern Language Association, 1992, pp. 51-55.

"The Flowering (and Misreading) of Romance: Floire et Blancheflor," South Central Review, 9.2 (1992), 19-26.

"Convention and Innovation in Le Chevalier du papegau," in Studies in Honor of Hans-Erich Keller, ed. R. Pickens. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 1993, pp. 237-46.

"Les Merveilles de Rigomer and the Esthetics of 'Post-Chrétien' Romance," Arthurian Yearbook, 3 (1993), 75-88.

Co-editor, with R.H. Thompson, and contributor," The New Arthurian Encyclopedia, Supplement I," Arthurian Yearbook , 3 (1993), 227-69.

"Motivation and Method in the Burgundian Erec," in Conjunctures: Medieval Studies in Honor of Douglas Kelly, pp. 271-80. [See Section II.]

"The Mort Artu and Cyclic Closure," in The Lancelot-Grail Cycle: Text and Transformations, ed. W. Kibler. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994, pp. 85-97.

"Emergent Direct Discourse in the Vulgate Cycle," Arthuriana, 4.1 (1994), 19-29.

"The Medievalist and Feminist Theory: Prejudices and Problems," Medieval Feminist Newsletter, 18 (1994), 9-11.

"The Prose Lancelot and the Uses of the Present," in Lancelot - Lanzelet, hier et aujourd'hui, pour fêter les 90 ans d'Alexandre Micha, ed. D. Buschinger and M. Zink. Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1995, pp. 233-41.

"Arthurian Translation," in Medieval Arthurian Literature: A Guide to Recent Research, pp. 451-71. [See Section II.]

"Guinevere's Kidneys: The Lancelot-Grail Cycle and the Rise of Medieval Literary Realism," Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, 15 (1994 [1996]), pp. 17-33.

"Convention and Innovation in the Middle Dutch Walewein," Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse taal- en letterkunde, 111, No. 4 (1995), 310-22. Rpt. in Arthurian Literature XVII (1999), 47-62.

"King Arthur," in Le Héros dans la réalité, dans la légende et dans la littérature médiévale, ed. D. Buschinger and W. Spiewok. Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1996, pp. 67-80.

"From Roubaud to Griffiths: Arthurian Text as Inquest," Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society, 47 (1996), pp. 311-19.

"König Artus: Mythos und Entmythisierung," in Herrscher, Helden, Heilige: Mittelaltermythen, ed. W. Wunderlich and U. Müller. St. Gallen: UVK, 1996, pp. 47-63.

"Motif Transfer in Arthurian Romance," in The Medieval Opus, ed. D. Kelly. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996, pp. 157-68.

"Sex and Love in the Fabliaux," in Love, Sex, and Marriage in Medieval Literature and Civilization, ed. D. Buschinger and W. Spiewok. Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1997, pp. 41-46.

"Coutumes, merveilles et aventures dans le roman arthurien," in Chant et enchantement, ed. J.-C. Faucon and A. Labbé. Toulouse: Université de Toulouse - Le Mirail, 1997, pp. 157-69.

"The International Arthurian Society at Fifty," in Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society, 49 (1997), 225-33.

"Meraugis de Portlesguez: Narrative Voice and Female Presence," in Miscellanea Medievalia: Mélanges offerts à Philippe Ménard , ed. J.-C. Faucon, A. Labbé, and D. Quéruel. Paris: Champion, 1998, II, 817-25.

"King Arthur Goes To War," in King Arthur's Modern Return, ed. D. Mancoff. New York: Garland, 1998, pp. 159-69.

"Adaptation as Reception: The Burgundian Cligés," Fifteenth Century Studies, 24 (1998), 198-207.

"Gargantua in the Land of Arthur," in Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society, 50 (1998), 265-71.

Foreword to The Arthurian Name Dictionary , by C.W. Bruce. New York: Garland, 1998, p. vii.

"In Defense of Villon's Lais," in French Review, 72.6 (May 1999), 1000-09.

"French Arthurian Literature," in Literature of the French and Occitan Middle Ages, ed. D. Sinnreich-Levi and I. Laurie. Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 208. Detroit: Gale, 1999, pp. 296-306.

"Where the Truth Lies: Fact and Belief in Béroul's Tristran," Romance Philology, 52 (1999), 1-10.

"The Evolution and Legacy of French Prose Romance," in The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Romance , ed. R. Krueger. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 167-82.

"A Priest's Worst (K)nightmare: Fabliau Justice in Le Prestre et le Chevalier," French Forum, 25.2 (2000), 137-44.

"Narration and Textual Grammar in the Roman van Moriaen," in Arthur in the Medieval Low Countries , ed. G. Claassens and D. Johnson. Leuven: University of Leuven Press, 2000, pp. 125-34.

"From Medieval to Post-Modern: The Arthurian Quest in France," South Atlantic Review, 65.2 (2000), 114-33. (Winner of the South Atlantic Review Essay Prize, 2000.)

"Warmongering in Verse: The Vows of the Heron," in Inscribing the Hundred Years' War, ed. D. Baker. Albany: SUNY Press, 2000, pp. 17-25.

"Lovespell and the Disinterpretation of a Legend," Arthuriana, 10.4 (2000), pp. 5-14.

"Perceval's Sister in the Prose Yvain," in Guerres, voyages et quêtes au Moyen Age: Mélanges offerts à Jean-Claude Faucon, ed. A. Labbé, D. Lacroix, and D. Quéruel. Paris: Champion, 2000, pp. 255-63.

"Jessie Laidlay Weston (1850-1928)," in On Arthurian Women: Essays in Memory of Maureen Fries , ed. B. Wheeler and F. Tolhurst. Dallas: Scriptorium Press, 2000, pp. 335-42.

"Jealousy, Fidelity, and Form in the Livre de Caradoc," in Philologies Old and New: Essays in Honor of Peter Florian Dembowski, ed. J. Grimbert and C. Chase. Princeton, NJ, 2001, pp. 281-89.

Co-editor, with R.H. Thompson, and contributor, "Arthurian Literature, Art, and Film, 1995-99," Arthurian Literature, 18 (2001), pp. 193-255.

"The Documentary Arthur," in King Arthur in Popular Culture, ed. E. Sklar and D. Hoffman. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002, pp. 78-86.

"Subject to Object: Performance and Observation in the Fabliaux," Symposium, 56.1 (2002), pp. 17-23.

"Arthurian Research in a New Century: Prospects and Projects." In New Directions in Arthurian Studies, ed. A. Lupack. Cambridge: Brewer, 2002, pp. 1-20.

"Unteaching and Teaching the Arthurian Legend," Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching, 9.2 (2002), pp. 35-44.

"Convention, Character, and the Form of La Vengeance Raguidel," Arthurian Literature , 19 (2003), pp. 65-75.

"Halfway to Quixote: Humor in Blandin de Cornoalha," in Risus medievalis: Laughter in Medieval Literature and Art, ed. Herman Braet et al. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2003, pp. 173-80.

"Pathelin in 1706: 'de l'or dans un fumier'?" in Theatrum mundi: Studies in Honor of Ronald W. Tobin, ed. C. Carlin and K. Wine. Charlottesville: Rookwood Press, 2003, pp. 163-68.

"Naming and the Construction of Identity in Li Chevaliers as deus espees," Romance Philology, 56 (2003), 203-16.

"The Sense of an Ending: La Mort Artu," in A Companion to the Lancelot-Grail Cycle, ed. C. Dover. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2003, pp. 115-23.

Preface, The Arthurian Annals, ed. P. Boardman and D. Nastali. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004, pp. vii-viii.

"The Enigma of the Prose Yvain," in Textual Traditions of Mediaeval Arthurian Literature: Essays in Honour of P.J.C. Field , ed. B. Wheeler. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2004, pp. 65-71.

"The Da Vinci Code: Dan Brown and the Grail that Never Was," Arthuriana, 14.3 (2004), 81-93.

"On Armor and Identity: Chrétien and Beyond," in "De sens rassis": Essays in Honor of Rupert T. Pickens, ed. K. Busby, B. Guidot, and L. Whalen. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005, pp. 365-74.

"The Uses of Middle Dutch Arthuriana," Arthuriana, 15.2 (2005), 1-10.

"Arthurian Translation," in A History of Arthurian Scholarship, pp. 49-61. [See Section II.]

"The Arthurian Legend Before Chrétien de Troyes," in A Companion to Chrétien de Troyes, pp. 43-51. [See Section II.]

Co-editor, with R.H. Thompson, and contributor, "The Arthurian Legend in Literature, Popular Culture, and the Performing Arts, 2000-2004," Arthurian Literature, 22 (2005), 100-75.

"Arthur in the Graduate Seminar," in Arthuriana, 15.4 (2005), 47-52.

"Medieval McGuffins: The Arthurian Model," Arthuriana, 15.4 (2005), 53-64.

"On Customs in Medieval French Romance," Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire, 83 (2005), 977-86.

"The Ambiguous Fortunes of Arthur: The Lancelot-Grail and Beyond," in The Fortunes of King Arthur , pp. 92-103. [See Section II.]

"Arthurian Legends and the Influence of French Prose Romance," introductory essay for the "Arthurian Manuscripts on Film from the British Library" from Adam Matthew Publishers. [Marlborough, England], 2006, pp. 7-11.

"Perceval's Permutations: The Interfigural Effect," in "Contez me tout": Mélanges de littérature médiévale offerts à Herman Braet, ed. C. Bel, P. Dumont, and F. Willaert. Leuven: Peeters, 2006, pp. 259-64.

"L'Atre perilleux and the Erasure of Identity," in Arthurian Literature, 23 (2006), 109-16.

"Arthurian Burgundy: The Politics of Arthur," in The Arthur of the French, ed. G. Burgess and K. Pratt. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006, pp. 494-96. 

"Modern French Arthurian Literature," in The Arthur of the French, ed. G. Burgess and K. Pratt. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006, pp. 546-55.

"Echoes of Silence: From Heldris de Cornuälles to Jacques Roubaud," in "Chançon legiere a chanter": Essays in Honor of Samuel N. Rosenberg, ed. K. Fresco and W. Pfeffer. Birmingham, AL: Summa Publications, 2007, pp. 447-56.

"Arthur's Character and Reputation in Yder," in Cahiers de Recherches Médiévales, 14 (2007), 41-48.

"Perceval on the Margins: A Pan-European Perspective," in The European Dimensions of Arthurian Literature , ed. F. Brandsma and B. Besamusca, Arthurian Literature, 24 (2007),  1-14.

"Trickery, Trubertage, and the Limits of Laughter," in The Old French Fabliaux: Context and Comedy, pp. 82-92. [See Section II.]

"The Grail and/or Arthur," in The Grail, the Quest, and the World of Arthur, pp. 1-12. [See Section II.]

"The Elucidation" [introduction to an English translation] for the "Camelot Project" (2007); e-publication at http://www.library.rochester.edu/camelot/ elucidation.htm.

"Epopée et cinéma," in Epic Studies: Acts of the Seventeenth International Congress of the Société Rencesvals for the Study of Romance Epic, ed. A. Berthelot. Special issue of Olifant, 25.1 and 2, 2006 [2009], pp. 83-96.

"Observations on Authority," Arthuriana, 19.3 (2009), 72-79.

"Arthur of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries," in The Cambridge Companion to the Arthurian Legend, ed. E. Archibald and A. Putter. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, pp. 120-35.

"Short Verse Narratives," in Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. A. Classen. 3 vols. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2010, pp. 2086-93.

"An Eighteenth-Century Arthur," in "Li premerains vers": Essays in Honor of Keith Busby, ed. C. Jones and L. Whalen. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011, pp. 235-43.

"From Le Chevalier aux deux épées to the Prose Yvain," in Accessus ad Auctores: Studies in Honor of Christopher Kleinhenz. ed. A. Dini and F. Alfie. Tempe: ACMRS, 2011, pp. 17-22.

"The Arthurian Legend Through the Ages," in World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Web 2 Feb. 2010: <http://www.ancienthistory.abc-clio.com>.

"Arthurian Legend in Literature, Popular Culture and the Performing Arts, 2004-2008" [with R. Thompson], in Arthurian Literature, 26 (2009), pp. 171-214.

"Arthurian Texts in their Historical and Social Context," Arthurian Literature, 26 (2009), pp. 131-48. Earlier version as electronic publication by Université de Rennes II (France), at http://www.sites.univ-rennes.fr/celam/ias/actes/pdf/lacy.pdf.uhb.fr/alc/ias/actes/pdf/lacy.pdf.

"Parallax and Paradox in Medieval Arthurian Literature," in Romance Philology, Fall 2009 [2010], pp. 69-86.

"Labyrinths and Mazes: The Shapes of Arthurian Romance," in "Moult a sans et vallour": Studies in Old French Literature in Honor of William W. Kibler, pp. 219-32. [See above, section II.]

"Arthur's Ermine Arms," in Arthuriana, 21.4 (2011), 42-52.

"Writing in the Margins: Norse Arthurian Sagas as Palimpsests," Arthuriana, 22.1 (2012), 5-17.

The Legacy of Chrétien de Troyes: Genesis, Process, Influence,” in Chrétien de Troyes et la tradition du roman arthurien en vers, ed. A. Combes, et al. Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2013, pp. 27-34.

“Arthurian Romance.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Medieval Studies, ed. Paul E. Szarmach. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. [Extensive on-line critical bibliography; in printed form 37 pp.]

“Coda: Chinon of England and the Limits of Romance,” in Cahiers de Recherches Médiévales et Humanistes, 30 (2015), 441-50.

 “King Arthur,” Serious Science, 2016; e-text at http://serious-science.org/king-arthur-6982. Also published in Russian.

“Cadbury and The Camelot Caper,” Arthuriana 26.2 (2016), 110-17.

 

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IV. ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES/ARTICLES

"Guillaume de Dole," in Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. J. Strayer. New York: Scribners, 1985.

Entries in The Arthurian Encyclopedia,The New Arthurian Encyclopedia, and The New Arthurian Encyclopedia, Updated Edition. [See Section II.] 81, 120, and 132 entries, respectively (some as co-author).

"Arthurian Legend," in The 1890s: An Encyclopedia of British Literature, Art, and Culture, ed. G.A. Cevasco. New York: Garland, 1993.

Nine entries (two as co-author) in The New Arthurian Encyclopedia, Supplement I." [See Section III.] Entries: "Birtwistle, Harrison," "Blaylock, James," "Claudel, Paul," "Eco, Umberto," "Games," "Gilliam, Terry," "Griffiths, Paul," "Le Dantec, Jean-Pierre," "Tréhorenteuc."

Fifteen entries for Medieval France: An Encyclopedia, ed. W. Kibler. New York: Garland, 1995. Entries: "Arthurian Compilations," "Béroul," "Brun de la Montagne," "Chastellain, Pierre," "Crétin, Guillaume," "Fabliaux," "Fatrasie, Fatras," "Gautier le Leu," "Guillaume de Saint-Pair," "Henri d'Andeli," "Huon le Roi de Cambrai," "Laurent de Premierfait," " Perlesvaus," " Prophécies de Merlin," " Sone de Nausay."

Three entries in The Feminist Companion to French Literature, ed. E. Sartori. Greenwood, 1999. Entries: "Chanson de toile," "Mystères," "Fabliaux."

Eight entries in Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia Deluxe 2000 (interactive encyclopedia). Entries: "Arthur," "Arthurian Legend," "Camelot," "Galahad," "Gawain," "Guinevere," "Mordred," "Morgan le Fay." Microsoft Corporation, 1999.

Four entries in Encyclopedia of Medieval Folklore, ed. C. Lindahl. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2000. Entries: "Arthur," "Chrétien de Troyes," "Grail," "Tristram and Iseult."

Nineteen entries (as author or co-author) for "Arthurian Literature, Art, and Film, 1995-99," ed. N. Lacy and R. Thompson. [See Section III.] Entries: "Ab Hugh, David," "Ackerman, Felicia," "Brooke, Maxey," "Chapman, Vera," "Curry, Ann," "Fry, Colin," "Karr, Phyllis," "Lee, Tanith," "Morris, William," "Mulock, Dinah," "Rio, Michel," "Roberson, Jennifer," "Roberts, Theodore," "Salmonson, Jessica," "Schweitzer, Darrell," "Sutton, David," "Timlett, Peter," "Tremayne, Peter," "Wilmot-Buxton, E.M."

Nine entries for "The Arthurian Legend in Literature, Popular Culture, and the Performing Arts, 1999-2004," ed. R. Thompson and N. Lacy. [See Section III.] Entries: "Ackerman, Felicia," "Brown, Dan," "David, Peter," "Eco, Umberto," "Jones, Diana Wynne," "Lamoureux, Jacques," "Mintz, Leon," "Rio, Michel," "Roubaud, Jacques."

Two entries for Women and Gender in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia, ed. M. Schaus. New York: Routledge, 2006. Entries: "Arthurian Literature," pp. 41-44; "Fabliaux,” pp. 271-72.

Five entries for "Arthurian Legend in Literature, Popular Culture and the Performing Arts, 2004-08," ed. R. Thompson and N. Lacy. [See above, Section III.] Entries: "David, Peter," "Mosse, Kate," "Kaamelott," "Board Books, French," "Terry, Patricia, and Samuel N. Rosenberg."  Arthurian Literature, 26 (2009).

 

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V. TRANSLATIONS

A. Literary Translation (other than translations identified in Sections I and II)

Translation of Béroul's Tristan : translation into prose in The Romance of Arthur II , ed. J.J. Wilhelm. New York: Garland, 1986, pp. 151-97; revised and reprinted in the new edition of The Romance of Arthur (1994), pp. 225-76.

Translation of Marie de France, Lais ( Lanval, Chevrefueil ), in Arthurian Literature by Women , ed. A. Lupack and B. Lupack (New York: Garland, 1999), pp. 33-42.

Translation of Marie de France, Lais ( Chevrefueil, Laüstic , and Bisclavret ), in Writings by Pre-Revolutionary French Women from Marie de France to Elizabeth Vigée-le-Brun , ed. C. Winn and A. Larsen (New York: Garland, 2000), pp. 1-16.

Translation of two excerpts of Chrétien’s Perceval, in The Romance of Arthur, pp. 181-92. [See above, Section II.]

Translation of Marie de France, Lanval and Chevrefueil, in The Romance of Arthur, pp. 204-314. Line-for-line translations; the earlier translations were in prose. [See above, Section II.]

 

B. Scholarly Translation

Translation of "Notre Dame and Satan: Characters in a Popular Scenario," by M. Lazar, in A Medieval French Miscellany , pp. 1-14. [See Section II.]

Translation of "The Enigma of the Grail: Modern Critical Hypotheses," by J.-C. Lozac'hmeur, Avalon to Camelot , 1.4 (1984), pp. 20-23.

Translation of thirteen entries: "Apollinaire, Guillaume," "Benoit, Pierre," "Guénon, René," and "Gracq, Julien," by R. Baudry, in The Arthurian Encyclopedia . The New Arthurian Encyclopedia retains those and adds my translations of "Châteaubriant, Alphonse de," "Escholier, Raymond," "Laforgue, Jules," and "Péladan, Joséphin," by R. Baudry, and of "Gonnot, Michot," "Butor, Bauduin," "Prose Merlin ," "Hoël," and "Vaillant de Poitiers, Jean," by C.-A. Van Coolput. [See Section II.]

Translation of "Representations of Time and Its Models in the Prose Romance," by Katalin Halász, in Text and Intertext in Medieval Arthurian Literature , pp. 175-86. [See Section II.]

Translation of three entries for "Arthurian Literature, Art, and Film, 1995-99": "Painters, Contemporary Breton," by M. Lacassagne; of "Le Guillou, Philippe" and "Robbe-Grillet, Alain," by O. Penot. In Arthurian Literature, 18 (2001). [See Section III.]

 

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VI. MISCELLANEOUS

[Essay] "Don't They All Speak English There Anyway?" Kansas Alumni , April 1979; rpt. in College Report, University of Kansas, Spring 1985.

[Poem] "Avalon," in The Round Table: A Journal of Poetry and Fiction, 4.1-2 (1987), 59. Also available on line at The Camelot Project <http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/Lacy.htm>.

[Necrology] "John L. Grigsby (1928-1988)," Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society , 40 (1988), 294-95. [Shorter versions appeared in Quondam et Futurus , in Encomia , and in the Newsletter of the North American Branch of the International Arthurian Society.]

[Necrology] "Richard O'Gorman (1928-1996)," Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society, 49 (1997), 286-87.

"The World of King Arthur," program introduction for a series of four concerts, "The Once and Future King: Music for King Arthur and His Knights," presented by the New Orleans Musica da Camera, March 1998.

"Richard O'Gorman," Arthuriana, 9.3 (1999), 103-04. [In a series of memoirs titled "Notable Arthurians," ed. S. Eisner.]

[Fiction] "Merlin the Mad," electronic publication by "The Camelot Project," 2003. [At http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/LacyMerl.htm.]

[Humor] "The Kalamazoo Fragment: A Newly Discovered Arthurian Text," Arthuriana, 14.1 (2004), 82-84.

]Necrology] "Elspeth Kennedy," Romance Philology, 61 (Spring 2007), 103-04.

"Cumulative Index of Supplements to The New Arthurian Encyclopedia" [with R. Thompson]. Electronic publication by The Camelot Project, University of Rochester; see http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/NAEindex.htm.

[Necrology] "In Memoriam: Derek Brewer (1923-2008)," Encomia, 31 (2009), 13-14.

“Eminent Arthurian: Geoffrey Ashe,” Arthuriana, 23.4 (2013), 4-5.

 

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VII. REVIEWS

Ronsard and the Age of Gold, by E. Armstrong, Modern Language Journal , 53.4 (1969), 281.

La Chanson de Willame: A Critical Study , by H. Robertson, L'Esprit Créateur , 9.2 (1969), 146-47.

Robert de Blois's "Floris et Lyriopé," ed. P. Barrette, Modern Language Journal , 54.4 (1970), 297.

Aesthetic Distance in Chrétien de Troyes: Irony and Comedy in "Cligés" and "Perceval , " by P. Haidu, Modern Language Journal , 54.5 (1970), 385-86.

100 Ballades, Rondeaux and Virelais from the Late Middle Ages, by N. Wilkins, Modern Language Journal, 54.6 (1970), 460.

La Grammaire à l'œuvre, by J. Barson, Modern Language Journal, 55.2 (1971), 120-21.

Innovation in Medieval Literature, ed. D. Radcliff-Umstead, French Review , 46.1 (1972), 142-43.

The Song of Roland: Formulaic Style and Poetic Craft, by J. Duggan, French Review , 47.6 (1974), 1172-73.

Le Deuxième Cycle de la Croisade, by R. Cook and L. Crist, French Review , 47.6 (1974), 1174-75.

Two Old French Gauvain Romances, ed. R.C. Johnston and D.D.R. Owen, Modern Language Journal , 58.5-6 (1974), 274.

"Le Style formulaire dans Girart de Roussillon," by W.M. Hackett, Olifant , 2.1 (1974), 50-51.

Visages de Paris au Moyen Age, by A. Jouve, Modern Language Journal , 59.7 (1975), 399-400.

Yvain, or the Knight with the Lion, trans. R. Cline, Modern Language Journal , 59.8 (1975), 471.

Perceval et l'initiation , by P. Gallais, French Review , 49.4 (1976), 606-07.

Langue, Texte, Enigme , by P. Zumthor, L'Esprit Créateur , 16.1 (1976), 76.

Le Tristan en prose , by E. Baumgartner, French Review , 50.1 (1976), 146.

Fleur de Lys: the Kings and Queens of France, by J. Law, Modern Language Journal , 61.5-6 (1977), 295.

Le Fabliau, by O. Jodogne and Le Lai narratif, by J.C. Payen, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale, 20.1 (1977), 59-61.

Poétique et onomastique , by F. Rigolot, Modern Language Journal, 62.5-6 (1978), 314.

The Welsh Knight: Paradoxicality in Chrétien's "Conte del Graal," French Review, 52.1 (1978), 155-56.

Les Enchantemenz de Bretaigne, ed. P. Smith, Modern Language Journal, 62.7 (1978), 364.

The Creation of the First Arthurian Romance, by C. Luttrell, Res Publica Litterarum, 1 (1978), 292-95.

The Old French and Chaucerian Fabliaux: A Study of Their Comic Climax, by T. Cooke, Res Publica Litterarum, 2 (1979), 368-69.

Fabliaux, trans. G. Rouger, French Review, 53.2 (1979), 289.

Medieval Imagination , by D. Kelly, L'Esprit Créateur, 19.4 (1979), 120-21.

La Faiblesse chez Gautier de Coinci, by B. Cazelles, Rocky Mountain Review , 34.1 (1980), 74.

The Legend of the City of Ys, trans. D. Cavanagh, Nineteenth Century French Studies , 8.3-4 (1980), 287-88.

Les Fabliaux, ed. P. Ménard, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale , 23.4 (1980), 401-02.

Le Roman jusqu'à la fin du XIIIe siècle, ed. J. Frappier and R. Grimm, Speculum , 56.1 (1981), 132-33.

The Redemption of Chivalry , by P. Matarasso, French Review , 54.4 (1981), 588-89.

The Poetics of "Translatio Studii" and "Conjointure": Chrétien de Troyes's "Cligés," by M. Freeman, Res Publica Litterarum, 5.2 (1982), 262-63.

Roman rose et rose rouge , by M. Zink, Res Publica Litterarum, 5.2 (1982), 263.

Mélanges Foulon , French Review, 55.4 (1982), 543-44.

Chrétien de Troyes and "Le Conte del Graal," by Sr. A. Klenke, French Review , 56.3 (1983), 475-76.

Erotic Love in Literature , by D. Furber and A. Callahan, Nineteenth Century French Studies , 11.3-4 (1983), 357-58.

Parler du moyen âge , by P. Zumthor, L'Esprit Créateur , 23.1 (1983), 104-05.

Le "Galien" de Cheltenham , ed. D. Dougherty and E. Barnes, French Review , 56.5 (1983), 764.

Narrative Conventions of Truth in the Middle Ages, by J. Beer, French Review , 57.1 (1983), 103-04.

The State of Scholarship in Fourteenth-Century Literature, ed. T. Cooke (French section by A. Knight), French Review, 57.2 (1983), 241.

Kings and Queens of Early Britain, by G. Ashe, Speculum, 58.4 (1983), 1105-06.

Romanesque Signs: Early Medieval Narrative and Iconography, by S. Nichols, French Review , 57.6 (1984), 867-68.

Chrétien de Troyes: "Cligés," by L. Polak, and Marie de France: "Lais," by P. Clifford, French Review, 58.3 (1985), 443-44.

Le Moyen Age, by J.C. Payen, Speculum, 60.3 (1985), 750-51.

Etymologies and Genealogies: A Literary Anthropology of the French Middle Ages , by H. Bloch, French Review, 59.1 (1985), 123-24.

Chrétien de Troyes , by J. Frappier (trans. R. Cormier), Modern Language Studies , 15.3 (1985), 89-91.

Attitudes chevaleresques et réalités politiques chez Froissart , by G. Diller, French Review , 59.3 (1986), 456-57.

The Romance of Arthur , ed. J. Wilhelm and L.Z. Gross, Avalon to Camelot , 2.1 (1986), 32.

Les Fabliaux: contes à rire du moyen âge, by P. Ménard, Modern Language Studies, 16.1 (1986), 337-39.

Le Roman de Floriant et Florete, ed. C. Lévy, Romance Philology, 40.1 (1986), 117-19.

Villon: Poems, by J. Fox, Speculum, 61.4 (1986), 927-28.

La Farce ou la machine à rire: théorie d'un genre dramatique, 1450-1550 , by B. Rey-Flaud, French Review, 60.2 (1986), 252-53.

Hervis de Metz, trans. P. Walter, Olifant, 11.3-4 (1986), 260-63.

The Challenge of the Medieval Text, by W.T.H. Jackson, French Review, 60.3 (1987), 387-88.

The Romance of Hunbaut: An Arthurian Poem of the Thirteenth Century , ed. M. Winters, Romance Philology, 41.2 (1987), 234-35.

The Scandal of the Fabliaux , by H. Bloch, French Review, 60.4 (1987), 531-32.

The Old French Fabliaux , by C. Muscatine, French Review , 61.2 (1987), 296-97.

Dix siècles de littérature angevine, by G. Cesbron, French Review, 61.3 (1988), 459.

The Romances of Chrétien de Troyes: A Symposium, ed. D. Kelly, Speculum, 63.3 (1988), 690-92.

The Origins of Courtliness, by C.S. Jaeger, Envoi, 1.1 (1988), 221-22.

Self-Fulfilling Prophecies: Readership and Authority in the First "Roman de la Rose," by D. Hult, French Review, 62.1 (1988), 161-62.

King Arthur: Hero and Legend, by R. Barber, Speculum, 63.4 (1988), 896-98.

The Lais of Marie de France: Text and Context, by G. Burgess, French Review , 62.3 (1989), 515-16.

Joufroi de Poitiers , trans. R. Noël, French Review , 62.5 (1989), 885-86.

The Fabliaux: Tales of Wit and Deception, by M.J. Schenck, French Forum , 14.1 (1989), 91-92.

"Yvain" dans le miroir , by J. Grimbert, French Review, 63.2 (1989), 367.

Love's Masks: Identity, Intertextuality and Meaning in the Old French Tristan Poems , by M. Blakeslee, Envoi, 2.2 (1990), 274-77.

Le Jugement du roy de Behaigne and Remede de Fortune, by Guillaume de Machaut, ed. J. Wimsatt and W. Kibler, French Review, 64.5 (1991), 842.

The Dilemma of Arnulf of Lisieux, by C. Schriber, French Review , 65.2 (1991), 321-22.

L'Ethique du changement dans le roman français du XIIe siècle , by D. Delcourt, French Forum, 16.3 (1991), 348-49.

L'Imaginaire d'un romancier français de la fin du XIIe siècle , by P. Gallais, French Review, 65.6 (1992), 1059-60.

The Complete Romances of Chrétien de Troyes, trans. D. Staines, Speculum , 67.3 (1992), 650-51.

The Arthurian Romances of Chrétien de Troyes, by D. Maddox, French Forum , 18.1 (1993), 77-78.

Chrétien de Troyes, Yvain: The Knight of the Lion, trans. B. Raffel, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale , 36.2 (1993), 203.

The Artist at Work: Narrative Technique in Chrétien de Troyes , by E. Mullally, Romance Philology, 47.1 (1993), 127-130.

Le Roman de Tristan en prose, vols. III-IV, ed. G. Roussineau and J.-C. Faucon, French Review, 67.1 (1993), 125-26.

Le Roman de Tristan en prose, vol. V, ed. D. Lalande and T. Delcourt, French Review , 67.3 (1994), 510-11.

Les Prophesies de Merlin , ed. A. Berthelot, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur , 104.2 (1994), 187-89.

Medieval Interpretation: Models of Reading in Literary Narrative, 1100-1500 , by R. Sturges, Speculum, 69.1 (1994), 569-71.

Medieval Narrative and Modern Narratology, by E.B. Vitz, French Review, 68.1 (1994), 141.

Index des motifs narratifs dans les romans arthuriens français en vers , by A. Guerreau-Jalabert, Speculum, 69.3 (1994), 788-90.

Shaping Romance: Interpretation, Truth, and Closure in Twelfth-Century French Fictions , by M. Bruckner, Speculum, 70 (1995), 128-29.

Feudal Society in Medieval France: Documents from the County of Champagne , ed. T. Evergates, French Review, 68 (1995), 768.

Le Roman de Tristan en prose, vol. VI, ed. E. Baumgartner et M. Szkilnik, French Review , 68.6 (1995), 1084-85.

The Romance of Tristran by Beroul, ed. S. Gregory, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale , 38 (1995), 187-88.

Romancing the Past: The Rise of Vernacular Prose Historiography in Thirteenth-Century France , by G. Spiegel, French Review, 69.1 (1995), 130-31.

From Scythia to Camelot, by C.S. Littleton and L.A. Malcor, Speculum , 70.4 (1995), 930-31.

Chrétien de Troyes: Perceval, ou le conte du Graal, by K. Busby, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur, 105.2 (1995), 176-77.

Epic and Epoch: Essays on the Interpretation and History of a Genre, ed. S. Oberhelman, V. Kelly, and R. Golsan, French Review , 69.2 (1995), 355-56.

Les Manuscrits de Chrétien de Troyes, ed. K. Busby, T. Nixon, A. Stones, and L. Walters, French Review, 69.2 (1995), 325-26.

Les Romans de Chrétien de Troyes, ed. D. Poirion; and Les Romans de Chrétien de Troyes , ed. M. Zink, French Review, 69.2 (1995), 326-27.

Arthurian Literature XIII, ed. F. Riddy and J. Carley, Arthuriana, 5.4 (1995), 105-06.

Les Visions de la vie de cour dans la littérature française de la fin du moyen âge , by J. Lemaire, French Review, 69.3 (1996), 496-97.

Nouveau Recueil complet des fabliaux, vol. VII, ed. W. Noomen, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale, 38 (1995), 63.

Paganism in Arthurian Romance, by J. Darrah, Speculum, 71.3 (1996), 711-13.

Le Roman de la rose ou de Guillaume de Dole, ed. and trans. R. Psaki, Arthuriana, 6.3 (1996), 80-81.

France in the Sixteenth Century, by F.J. Baumgartner, and A History of France, 1460-1560 , by D. Potter, French Review, 70.5 (1997), 760-62.

The Master and Minerva: Disputing Women in French Medieval Culture, by H. Solterer, French Review, 70.6 (1997), 936-37.

Nouveau Recueil complet des fabliaux, vol. VIII, ed. W. Noomen, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale , 40 (1997), 396-97.

Chrétien de Troyes: Romancier discutable, by P. Nykrog, Speculum, 72.4 (1997), 1203-05.

Lecture d'Erec: traces épiques et troubadouresques dans le conte de Chrétien de Troyes, by C. Seebass-Linggi, Arthuriana , 8.1 (1998), 82-83.

Transtextualities: Of Cycles and Cyclicity in Medieval French Literature, by S. Sturm-Maddox and D. Maddox, Medievalia and Humanistica, N.S., 25 (1998), 164-66.

Word and Image in Arthurian Literature, ed. K. Busby, Speculum, 73.2 (1998), 480-82.

Chrétien de Troyes, Lancelot: The Knight of the Cart, trans. B. Raffel, The Medieval Review [online reviews], 4 June 1998.

Jean Renart and the Art of Romance, Essays on Guillaume de Dole , ed. N.V. Durling, Arthuriana , 8.2 (1998), 146-47.

De la conception à l'au-delà, by M. Rus, Mediaevistik, 10 (1997), 554-55.

Arthurian Romance and Gender, ed. F. Wolfzettel, Fifteenth-Century Studies , 24 (1998), 293-95.

Nouveau Recueil complet des fabliaux, vol. IX, ed. W. Noomen, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale , 41 (1998), 67-68.

The Evolution of Arthurian Romance, by B. Schmolke-Hasselmann; trans. M. and R. Middleton, Romance Philology, 52 (1999), 162-66.

Clôtures du cycle arthurien, by R. Trachsler, Romance Philology , 52.1 (1998), 153-56.

Dante Alighieri traduttore , by M. Chiamenti, Mediaevistik , 11 (1998), 380.

Echoes of the Epic , ed. D. Schenk and M.J. Schenk, South Atlantic Quarterly , 64.1 (1999), 144-47.

Chrétien de Troyes, Perceval: The Story of the Grail, trans. B. Raffel, Arthuriana , 10.1 (2000), 133-35.

Nouveau Recueil complet des fabliaux, vol. X, ed. W. Noomen, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale , 43 (2000), 317-18.

Orality and Performance in Early French Romance, by E. Vitz, Speculum , 76.2 (2001), 543-44.

On Art and Nature and Other Essays, by E. Vinaver, Arthuriana , 11.3 (2001), 146-47.

L'"Histoire d'Erec" en prose: Roman du XVe siècle, ed. Maria Colombo Timelli, Medium Aevum, 70.2 (2001), 346-49.

Old French-English Dictionary, ed. A. Hindley, F. Langley, and B. Levy, The Medieval Review [online reviews], 5 March 2002.

The Romance of Adultery: Queenship and Sexual Transgression in Old French Literature , by P. McCracken, Romance Philology , 54.2 (2001), 422-25.

Béroul, Tristan , ed. and trans. D. Poirion, Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale , 45.3 (2002), 302-03.

The Comic Text: Patterns and Images in the Old French Fabliaux, by B. Levy, Speculum , 78.1 (2003), 223-24.

Medievalism and the Academy II: Cultural Studies, ed. D. Metzger, Modern Language Review , 98.1 (2003), 163-64.

The Poetry of François Villon: Text and Context, by J. Taylor, The Medieval Review [online reviews], 1 May 2003.

Le Livre du Graal , ed. D. Poirion, P. Walter, et al., L'Esprit Créateur , 43.2 (2003), 106-07.

The "Gab" as a Latent Genre in Medieval French Literature, by J. Grigsby, Romance Philology , 55.2 (2001 [2003]), 121-23.

Philippe de Remi, La Manekine, ed. B. Sargent-Baur, Romance Philology , 55.1 (2001 [2003]), 127-30.

Love, War and the Grail , by H. Nicholson, Speculum, 78.4 (2003), 1354-55.

Chrétien de Troyes, Le Conte du Graal, by E. Baumgartner, French Review , 77.2 (2003), 368.

Les romans du Graal, ou le signe imaginé, by S. Séguy, Speculum , 79.1 (2004), 275-76.

Chevalerie et grivoiserie: fabliaux de chevalerie, ed. J.-L. Leclanche, French Review , 77.5 (2004), 980-81.

Conjointures arthuriennes , ed. J. Dor, Arthuriana, 14.2 (2004), 91-92.

Codex and Context , by K. Busby, French Review, 78.2 (2004), 363-64.

La Mort le roi Artu , by K. Pratt, Speculum, 81.1 (2006), 260-61.

Merveilles et topique merveilleuse dans les romans médiévaux , C. Ferlampin-Acher, French Review, 79.3 (2006), 609-10.

Sodomy, Masculinity, and Law in Medieval Literature: France and England 1050-1230 , by W. Burgwinkle, French Review, 79.6 (2006) 1361-62.

Courtly Contradictions: The Emergence of the Literary Object in the Twelfth Century , by S. Kay, Romance Philology, 57 (2004 [2006]), 224-25. Forthcoming.

Courtly Love Undressed: Reading Through Clothes in Medieval French Culture , by E.J. Burns, Romance Philology, 58 (2004 [2006]), 128-29. Forthcoming.

The Da Vinci Code (film), on-line review for Arthuriana, 2006, http://faculty.smu.edu/arthuriana; rpt. in Arthuriana, 16.4 (2006), 83-85.

Le Roman de Gliglois , ed. M.-L. Chênerie, Romance Philology, 58 (2005 [2006]), 143-44. Forthcoming.

Huon de Bordeaux , ed. and trans. W. Kibler and F. Suard, Romance Philology, 59 (2005 [2007]), 156-58.

Le Conte du papegau, ed. H. Charpentier and P. Victorin, and Meraugis de Portlesguez, ed. M. Szkilnik, French Review, 80.5 (2007), 1116-18.

Bloodless Genealogies of the French Middle Ages: Translatio, Kinship, and Metaphor, by Z. Stahuljak, French Review, 81.1 (2007), 158-59.

An Anthology of Medieval Love Debate Poetry, trans. B. Altmann and B. Palmer, Encomia, 28 (2006 [2008]), 21-22.

Two Old French Satires on the Power of the Keys: L'Escommeniement au lecheor and Le Pardon de foutre  ed. D. Burrows. French Review,  82.1 (2008), 150-51.

Cligés, ed. and trans. L. Harf-Lancner, Cahiers de civilisation médiévale,  51 (2008), 274-75.

La Légende du roi Arthur, by M. Aurell, The Medieval Review (on-line reviews), 29 January 2009.

 

Perceforest (Première Partie), ed. G. Roussineau, French Review, 83.4 (2010), 858-59.

Guillaume d'Angleterre
, ed. and trans. C. Ferlampin-Acher, Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Literatur, 120.2 (2010), 193-94.

Richard de Fournival, Le Bestiaire d'amour, ed. and trans. G. Bianciotto, French Review, 84.6 (2012), 1291-92.

The Lays of Marie de France, trans. E. Gallagher, Arthuriana, 23.4 (2013), 120-22.

The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, vol. 2: Middle Ages, ed. A. Minnis and I. Johnson, SMART (Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching), 21.2 (2014), 143-46.

The Arthur of Medieval Latin Literature, ed. S. Echard. Speculum, 89.1 (2014), 191.

Dictionnaire de mythologie arthurienne, by P. Walter, Arthuriana, 25.3 (2015), 123-24.

The Swan Maiden, by R. Thompson. Arthuriana (Forthcming, 2019).


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VIII. PAPERS AND LECTURES

A. Conference Papers

Kentucky Language Conference, Lexington, April 1968.

New York-Pennsylvania MLA, Olean, NY, April 1969.

9th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Cardiff, Wales, August 1969.

NEMLA, Buffalo, NY, April 1970.

Kansas Conference on Medieval French Literature, Lawrence, KS, October 1970.

AATF, New Orleans, December 1970.

MLA, New York, December 1970.

NEMLA, Philadelphia, April 1971.

RMMLA, Las Vegas, October 1971.

Kentucky Language Conference, Lexington, April 1972.

7th Western Michigan Medieval Conference, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1972.

10th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Nantes, France, August 1972.

South Carolina French Literature Conference, Columbia, SC, March 1973.

SCMLA, Fort Worth, TX, November 1973.

NEMLA, University Park, PA, April 1974.

National Convention of the American Benedictine Academy, Atchison, KS, August 1974.

AATF, Denver, November 1974.

NEMLA, Montreal, April 1975.

11th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Exeter, England, August 1975.

MLA, San Francisco, December 1975.

MLA, New York, December 1976.

NEMLA, Pittsburgh, April 1977.

SCMLA, Hot Springs, AR, October 1977.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Norman, OK, March 1978.

Kansas Foreign Language Association, Lawrence, KS, April 1978.

RMMLA, Phoenix, October 1978.

12th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Regensburg, Germany, August 1979.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Kansas City, March 1979.

NEH Symposium on the Medieval World, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, April 1979.

5th Conference on Literature and Film, Tallahassee, FL, January 1980.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Emporia, KS, March 1980.

7th St. Louis Conference on Manuscript Studies, St. Louis, October 1980.

SAMLA, Atlanta, November 1980.

DMTS Conference on Twelfth Century Genres, Davis, CA, March 1981.

Kentucky Language Conference, Lexington, April 1981.

13th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Glasgow, Scotland, August 1981.

SCMLA, San Antonio, TX, October 1982.

SAMLA, Atlanta, November 1982.

MLA, Los Angeles, December 1982.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Kansas City, March 1983.

University of Southern California Symposium on Medieval Laughter, Los Angeles, March 1983.

18th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1983.

19th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1984.

14th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Rennes, France, August 1984.

SAMLA, Atlanta, October 1984.

MLA, Washington, D.C., December 1984.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Kansas City, March 1985.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Emporia, KS, March 1986.

21st International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1986.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Kansas City, February 1987.

22nd International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1987.

15th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Leuven, Belgium, July 1987.

23rd International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1988.

Plenary address for the 3rd Annual Conference on Medievalism, Chicago, October 1988.

Kentucky Language Conference, Lexington, April 1989.

24th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1989.

SCMLA, New Orleans, October 1989.

MLA, Washington, D.C., December 1989.

25th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1990.

AATF Conference, New Orleans, July 1990.

16th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Durham, England, August 1990.

Plenary lecture for the 21st Annual CAES Conference, Muncie, IN, October 1990.

SCMLA Conference, San Antonio, October 1990.

MMLA, Kansas City, MO, November 1990. [Respondent paper]

16th Annual Conference on Literature and Film, Tallahassee, FL, January 1991.

Islamic Literature Conference, St. Louis, May 1991. [Respondent paper]

26th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1991. [2 papers]

Conference on "The Concept of the Self in the Renaissance," St. Louis, October 1991. [Respondent paper]

NEH Conference on Lancelot-Grail Cycle, University of Texas, Austin, March 1992.

27th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1992.

Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, Williamsburg, VA, September 1992.

MMLA, St. Louis, November 1992. [Respondent paper]

Mid-America Medieval Association, Kansas City, February 1993.

28th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1993.

AATF Conference, San Diego, July 1993.

17th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Bonn, Germany, July 1993.

Southeast Medieval Association, New Orleans, September 1993.

Mid-America Medieval Association, Norman, OK, February 1994.

Keynote presentation, Mid-America Medieval Association, Kansas City, February 1995.

Conference on Oral Literature, St. Louis, MO, April 1995. [Respondent paper]

Conference on French Women Writers, St. Louis, MO, April 1995.

30th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1995.

Texas Medieval Association, San Antonio, September 1995.

Symposium on "The Medieval Opus," University of Wisconsin, Madison, October 1995.

MMLA, St. Louis, November 1995. [Three respondent papers]

International Arthurian Colloquium, Université Catholique de l'Ouest (Vannes, France), November 1995.

31st International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1996.

18th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Garda, Italy, July 1996.

SCMLA, San Antonio, TX, November 1996.

American Literary Translators Association, Bloomington, IN, November 1996.

MLA, Washington, DC, December 1996. [Respondent to four papers]

Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, TX, April 1997.

32nd International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1997.

SAMLA, Atlanta, November 1997.

AATF, Nashville, November 1997.

Popular Culture Association, Orlando, FL, April 1998.

33rd International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1998. [Two papers]

Manuscripta Conference, St. Louis, October 1998.

SCMLA, New Orleans, November 1998.

Popular Culture Association, San Diego, April 1999.

34th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1999.

19th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Toulouse, France, July 1999.

Plenary lecture for SAMLA, Atlanta, November 1999.

ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February 2000.

35th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2000. [Two papers]

Plenary lecture for CARA Conference (on Teaching the Middle Ages), Penn State University, September 2000.

Plenary lecture for "Camelot 2000" International Conference at University of Rochester, October 2000.

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, April 2001.

36th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.

Southeastern Medieval Association, New Orleans, October 2001.

Popular Culture Association, Toronto, March 2002.

Conference on "The Fortunes of Arthur," University Park, PA, March 2002. [Conference paper and participation in "Arthurian Film" panel]

20th Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Bangor, Wales, July 2002.

Plenary paper for Medieval Association of the Midwest, St. Norbert College (WI), September 2002.

Delaware Valley Medieval Association, Philadelphia, December 2002.

Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, April 2003.

38th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2003.

American Literary Translators Association, Cambridge, MA, November 2003.

ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February 2004.

Conference on Arthurian Identities, Bucknell University, February 2004.

Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, April 2004.

39th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2004.

Plenary paper for Southeast Medieval Association, Charleston, SC, October 2004.

Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, January 2005.

ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February 2005.

Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 2005.

40th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2005.

21st Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Utrecht, July 2005.

ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February 2006.

Keynote presentation for Mid-America Medieval Association conference, Emporia, KS, February 2006.

Popular Culture Association, Atlanta, April 2006.

41st International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2006.

Plenary paper for the Triennial International Conference of the Société Rencesvals, Storrs, CT, July 2006.

International WUN Conference on Medieval Multilingualism, Madison, WI, September 2006.

Rocky Mountain MLA, Tucson, October 2006.

ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February 2007.

Grail Conference of the Penn State Center for Medieval Studies, March 2007. [Two papers; panel]

Arthurian Conference, Norman, OK, April 2007.

42nd International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2007. [Panel]

Plenary paper for the Sydney [Australia] Arthurian Symposium, July 2007.

Plenary paper for the Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Rennes, France, July 2008.

South Central MLA, San Antonio, TX, November 2008.

44th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2009.

Popular Culture Association, St. Louis, MO, March/April 2010.

45th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2010.

Keynote presentation, International Conference on Norse Sagas, Madison, WI, October 2010.

Keynote presentation, New England Medieval Conference, Storrs, CT, November 2010.

46th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2011.

Triennial Congress of the International Arthurian Society, Bristol, UK, July 2011. (Master class in codicology and editing, intended for young scholars.)

International Colloquium on “Re-Writing Chrétien de Troyes,” Cagliari, Sardinia, October 2011.

ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February 2012.

International Conference on “Tales that Travel,” Abu Dhabi (UAE), February 2014.

49th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2014.

13th Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, January 2015.

50th International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2015. [Panel]

51st International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2016. [Paper and panel]

International Conference of International Courtly Literature Society, Lexington, KY, July 2016. [Panel]

54th International Converence on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2019, [Panel on Academic Publishing (Sponsored by Boydell & Brewer)]

 

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B. Academic and Public Lectures

College of Wooster, November 1969.

Three lectures at Benedictine College, Atchison, KS: November 1969, March 1970, October 1973.

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, January 1972.

University of Missouri, St. Louis, and Washington University in St. Louis, February 1972.

Kansas City Regional Council on Higher Education, December 1972. [Broadcast to 5 colleges and universities.]

Vanderbilt University, March 1974.

Dalhousie University and St. Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 1974.

University of Massachusetts, March 1975. [Two lectures]

UCLA, March 1975.

UC Santa Barbara, November 1975.

St. Olaf College, April 1976.

Carleton College, April 1976.

California State University, Fullerton, April 1976.

French Colloquium Series, University of Kansas, November 1976.

UC Santa Barbara, January 1977.

Nine lectures for the Causerie Française de Kansas City, annually 1977-84, April 1988.

University of New Orleans, February 1978.

Tulane University, February 1978.

Seven lectures for Alliance Française groups in Kansas City (March 1978, March 1979, January 1985), Wichita (October 1979, February 1982, November 1983) and Topeka (November 1986).

Tulane University, April 1979. [Two lectures]

University of Southern California, March 1980.

University of Texas, February 1981.

Louisiana State University, February 1981.

French Colloquium Series, University of Kansas, October 1981.

Tulane University, March 1982.

University of Arizona, April 1983.

Tulane University, October 1983.

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, January 1985.

Purdue University, March 1985.

Inaugural lecture for a Humanities Lecture Series, Montana State University, October 1985.

University of Utrecht, November 1985.

University of Hawaii, January 1986.

University of New Orleans, March 1986.

Vanderbilt University, March 1986.

Two lectures for English-Speaking Union (Kansas City, MO; Manhattan, KS), March 1986.

North Dakota State University, May 1986.

University of Kansas Medieval Society, November 1986.

Friends of C.G. Jung, Kansas City, MO, April 1987. [Three lectures, three hours of seminars]

Trinity University, San Antonio, December 1987.

University of Tennessee, February 1988. [Two lectures]

University of New Orleans, February 1988.

Washington University, St. Louis, March 1988.

Kappa Gamma Epsilon Honors Lecture, University of Oklahoma, February 1989.

UC Santa Barbara, April 1990.

Northern State University, Arthurian institute for teachers, sponsored by South Dakota Commission for the Humanities, June 1990. [Two lectures]

University of Pittsburgh, September 1990.

NEH Arthurian seminar for teachers, St. Louis, September-November 1990. [Four lectures]

California State University, Los Angeles, March 1991.

University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 1991. [Two lectures]

University of Kentucky, October 1991.

Ohio State University, October 1991.

Kansas State University, April 1992.

Romance Colloquium,