Blog Contents

  1. Readers and Fools
  2. The ‘post-truth’ Nibelungenlied
  3. Aachen Cathedral (and associated thoughts)
  4. Teaching the Codex II (colloquium announcement)
  5. Fortunatus: A German view of Italians in London
  6. The ‘Libelle of Englyshe Polycye’: An English view of Europe in the Fifteenth Century
  7. Teachable Features 1: Binding Error, MS Bodl. 565 (post on the Teaching the Codex website)
  8. The Nibelungenlied, or Making a Medievalist (guest post for the Oxford German Network)
  9. Shakespeare in German Translation (guest post on the Taylorian blog)
  10. Women’s Responses to the Reformation (workshop announcement)
  11. William Wey’s Itinerary to the Holy Land: Bodleian Library, MS Bodley 565 (c. 1470) (new article in Bodleian Library Record)
  12. A Visit to Ickleton
  13. Bernhard von Breydenbach and the Finished Book?
  14. In der Weihnachtsbäckerei… mit OGN! (guest post for the Oxford German Network)
  15. Source Criticism in the Digital Age (translation of the Call to Action from the Verband der Historiker und Historikerinnen Deutschlands for Teaching the Codex)
  16. Teaching the Codex (colloquium details)
  17. A Visit to St Edmund Hall’s Library
  18. St Oswald’s Temperamental Raven
  19. Visiting Scottish Church Ruins
  20. Converting Corpses: The Religious Other in the Munich Oswald and St Erkenwald (new article in Oxford German Studies)
  21. A Wintry Pylgrymage
  22. Bodleian Library, MS e Mus. 160: Beyond the Text

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