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Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984) (2019)
Journal Article
Bradnock, L. (2019). Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984). Oxford Art Journal, doi:10.1093/oxartj/kcy031

In 1970, Ilene Segalove was a student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, during a period of violent protests against the American Vietnam War. In 1984, as Ronald Reagan was elected to his second term as US President, Segalove made a vide... Read More

Myrmeicus or Myrmecius? (2019)
Journal Article
WOUDHUYSEN, G. (2019). Myrmeicus or Myrmecius?. Mnemosyne, doi:10.1163/1568525X-12342607

In this article, I examine the name of a friend and correspondent of the fourth-century poet Avienius, commonly identified hitherto as Flavianus Myrmeicus. After summarising the current state of research and translating the verse epistle which he rec... Read More

Photography, Migration and Identity: A German-Jewish-American Story (2019)
Book
Umbach, M., & Sulzener, S. (in press). Photography, Migration and Identity: A German-Jewish-American Story. Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-00784-3

Between the 1933 Nazi seizure of power and their 1941 prohibition on all Jewish emigration, around 90,000 German Jews moved to the United States. Using the texts and images from a personal archive, this book explores how these refugees made sense of... Read More

The political is personal: an analysis of crowd-sourced political ideas and images from a Massive Open Online Course (2018)
Journal Article
Humphrey, M., Umbach, M., & Clulow, Z. (in press). The political is personal: an analysis of crowd-sourced political ideas and images from a Massive Open Online Course. Journal of Political Ideologies,

The analysis of ideology at the vernacular level requires access to peer-to-peer political discussions amongst non-specialists. It is in these discursive exchanges that political views are articulated, refined, and revised. Such exchanges are, howeve... Read More

Italy and early medieval Europe: papers for Chris Wickham (2018)
Book
R. Balzaretti, J. Barrow, & P. Skinner (Eds.), (2018). Italy and early medieval Europe: papers for Chris Wickham

This volume represents a comprehensive survey of recent work in medieval Italian history and archaeology by an international cast of contributors, arranged within a broader context of studies of other regions and major historical transitions in Europ... Read More

Uncovering Constans’ image (2018)
Book
WOUDHUYSEN, G. (2018). Uncovering Constans’ image. In D. P. Burgersdijk, & A. J. Ross (Eds.), Imagining emperors in the later Roman empire, 158-182. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers. doi:10.1163/9789004370920_009

Gibbon among the Barbarians (2018)
Book
Woudhuysen, G. (2018). Gibbon among the Barbarians. In The Cambridge companion to Edward Gibbon, 93-109. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (CUP). doi:10.1017/9781139547291.007

Pilgrimage and travel writing in early sixteenth-century England: the pilgrimage accounts of Thomas Larke and Robert Langton (2017)
Journal Article
Lutton, R. (2017). Pilgrimage and travel writing in early sixteenth-century England: the pilgrimage accounts of Thomas Larke and Robert Langton. Viator, 48(3), 333-357. doi:10.1484/J.VIATOR.5.116358

By 1500 more than 500 written accounts of the Jerusalem pilgrimage alone had been produced in the West, and yet such works continued to be written and, increasingly, printed. How did these works retain their popularity, who was writing them and why?... Read More

Giovanni de Matociis and the Codex Oratorianus of the De uiris illustribus urbis Romae (2017)
Journal Article
Stover, J., & Woudhuysen, G. (2017). Giovanni de Matociis and the Codex Oratorianus of the De uiris illustribus urbis Romae. Exemplaria Classica, 21, (125-148). ISSN 2173-6839

One of the most curious manuscripts of the De uiris illustribus is Biblioteca dei Girolamini, XL pil. VI, no. XIII. This manuscript has been thought either to go back to the early Veronese humanist Giovanni de Matociis, or to contain authentic ancien... Read More

Remigius and the 'Important News' of Clovis rewritten (2017)
Journal Article
Barrett, G., & Woudhuysen, G. (2017). Remigius and the 'Important News' of Clovis rewritten. Antiquité tardive, 24, (471-500). doi:10.1484/j.at.5.112639. ISSN 1250-7334

Cet article est un nouvel examen de la Lettre austrasienne n° 2, adressée par Rémi, évêque de Reims, à Clovis, roi des Francs. Nous proposons une nouvelle transcription du texte, accompagnée d’une traduction et suivie d’une étude des interprétations... Read More

Domestic buildings: understanding houses and society (2016)
Book Chapter
King, C. (2016). Domestic buildings: understanding houses and society. The Routledge handbook of material culture in Early Modern Europe, 111-125. Routledge

This chapter argues that understanding consumption must involve contextualising objects; the built environment has often been treated as a passive backdrop or container for new goods in the early modern world, rather than a socially, economically and... Read More

Assembling the Austrasian Letters at Trier and Lorsch (2016)
Journal Article
Barrett, G., & Woudhuysen, G. (2016). Assembling the Austrasian Letters at Trier and Lorsch. Early Medieval Europe, 24(1), (3-57). doi:10.1111/emed.12132. ISSN 0963-9462

This article is a reconsideration of the Epistulae Austrasicae. We critique the widespread notion that the constituent letters were compiled by a courtier in the late sixth century at Metz as a book of models for use in the Austrasian chancellery. We... Read More