NEW PUBLICATION: 2020, H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 31: Sarah Foot, Why were there no Martyrs in the Early English Church.

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Latest Publications:

  • 2020
    H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 31:
    Sarah Foot, Why were there no Martyrs in the Early English Church, 62pp. ISBN 978-1-909106-27-7
  • 2020
    Kathleen Hughes Lecture vol.18:
    Jacopo Bisagni, From Atoms to the Cosmos: The Irish Tradition of the Divisions of Time in the Early Middle Ages, 129pp. ISBN
  • 2019
    H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 30:
    Judith Jesch, The Poetry of Orkneyinga Saga, 25pp. ISBN 978-1-909106253
  • 2019
    E .C. Quiggin Lecture vol. 21:
    William Ian Miller,Of Cursing, prophesying, advising, and anxieties of causation: Laxdæla saga ch. 75 and beyond, 25pp. ISBN 978-1909106-26-0
  • 2019
    Kathleen Hughes Lecture vol. 17:
    David N. Parsons, Warning: May Contain Saints. Place-names as Evidence for the Church in Early Wales, 39pp. ISBN 978-1-909106-23-9
  • 2018
    E.C. Quiggin Lecture vol. 20:
    Pierre-Yves Lambert, Manuscripts with Old Breton Glosses, 43pp. ISBN 978-1-909106-19-2
  • 2018
    H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 29:
    Gregory Toner, Manifestations of Sovereignty in Medieval Ireland, 48pp. ISBN 978‐1‐909106‐21‐5
  • 2018
    Kathleen Hughes Lecture vol. 16:
    Elva Johnston, When Worlds Collide? Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Ireland, 42pp. ISBN 978‐1‐909106‐20‐8
  • 2017
    H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 28:
    Anthony Harvey and Philip Durkin, Spoken Through: How Scholarly Dictionaries Mediate the Past, 34pp. ISBN 978-1-909106-18-5
  • 2017
    Kathleen Hughes Lecture vol. 15:
    Julia M. H. Smith, Relics and the Insular World, 52pp. ISBN 978-1-909106-15-4
  • 2017
    E.C. Quiggin Lecture vol. 19:
    Dafydd Johnston, Language Contact and Linguistic Innovation in the Poetry of Dafydd ap Gwilym, 21pp. ISBN 978-1-909106-16-1
  • 2016
    H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 27:
    Susan Irvine, Uncertain Beginnings: The Prefatory Tradition in Old English, 25 pp. ISBN 978‐1‐909106‐14‐7
  • 2016
    E.C. Quiggin Lecture vol. 18:
    Lars Boje Mortensen, Meritocratic Values in High Medieval Literature, 17 pp. ISBN 978-1-909106-12-3
  • 2016
    ASNC Guides, Texts and Studies 3:
    Paul Russell & Myriah Williams, A Bibliography of Medieval Welsh Literature for Students, 4th edition, 94 pp.
    ISSN 1475-8520
    ISBN 978-1-909106-11-6
  • 2016
    Kathleen Hughes Lecture vol. 14:
    James. E. Fraser, 'Iona and the Burial Places of the Kings of Alba'
    ISBN 978-1-909106-10-9
  • 2015
    H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 26:
    Catherine McKenna, ‘Py Ganwyf?’ Some Terminology for Poetry in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Wales
    ISBN 978-1-909106 09 3
  • 2014
    H.M. Chadwick Lecture vol. 25:
    Margaret Clunies Ross , The Cult of Othin and the Pre-Christian Religions of the North
    ISBN 978-1-909106-03-1
  • 2015
    E.C. Quiggin Lecture vol.17:
    Matthew Townend, Antiquity of Diction in Old English adn Old Norse Poetry
    ISBN 978-1-909106-08-6
  • 2015
    Kathleen Hughes Memorial Lecture vol. 13:
    Nancy Edwards, The Early Medieval Sculpture of Wales: Text, Pattern and Image
    ISBN 978-1-909106-05-5