C. V.

         CURRICULUM VITAE: ALBRECHT CLASSEN (1-14-2020)
 
                                
Home Address        Professional Address
2413 E. 4th St.                            Department of German Studies
Tucson, AZ 85719                    Learning Service Building 301
ph.: (520) 327-7609                    University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721                        www.aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albrecht_Classen    tel.: (520) 621-1395
                                     FAX: 520 621-7385
                                    e-mail: AClassen@amail.arizona.edu

EDUCATION:                
2015            NEH Summer Institute, “Negotiating Identities: Expression and Representation in the Christian-Jewish-Muslim Mediterranean,” Barcelona, Spain
2008            NEH Summer Institute, Oxford, Great Britain
2004            NEH Summer Institute, Oxford, Great Britain
1986             Ph.D. in German, University of Virginia
1982-1984        Graduate Study at the University of Oxford, Great Britain, St. Peter's College
1983             Università di Urbino, Italy, (Summer School) 
1982            Staatsexamen (State Exam = comparable to advanced B.A., equivalent with the M.A.), Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany, 
1981             Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, (Summer School) 
1979-1980         Exchange Program-Study Abroad, Millersville University, PA
1977-1982         Undergraduate Study of German, History, and Pedagogy, University of             Marburg, Germany; Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen, Germany

TEACHING and WORK EXPERIENCE:
2019            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 8 students; 4 countries)
2018            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 12 students; 8 countries)
2017-            Faculty Advisor, Growth International Volunteer Excursions Student Club
2017            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 11 students)
2016            Summer Study Abroad at St. Mary Immaculate, Limerick, Ireland/The University of New Mexico (Ireland in the Context of the Middle Ages, 17 students)
2016            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 9 students)
2016-            Honors Faculty, University of Arizona
2015            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 15 students)
2015-            Professional Development Consultant for the AATG, five workshop topics included: http://www.aatg.org/staff/details.asp?id=21408
2014             Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 11 students)
2014-            Co-Director and Advisor, Thematic Minor in Medieval Studies
2013-            Affiliate Faculty Member, Religious Studies, UA
2013            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 11 students)
2012            Faculty, ACMRS/ASU Summer Study Abroad at the University of Cambridge, UK, 5 weeks (11 students)
2011            Director, ACMRS/ASU Summer Study Abroad at the University of Cambridge, UK, 5 weeks         
2011            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 17 students)
2011             Faculty, ACMRS/ASU Summer Study Abroad at the University of Cambridge, UK, 5 weeks (5 students)
2010-            Honors Professor, Honors College, UA
2010            Faculty, ACMRS/ASU Summer Study Abroad at the University of Cambridge, UK, 5 weeks (9 students)
2010            Faculty, Summer Course, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, S-Korea (Masterpieces of Medieval Literature, 9 students)
2010            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 17 students)
2009            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 25 students)
2008            Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 29 students)
2007            Faculty Consultant, College Board AP, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ (Lincoln, NE)
2007            Director, Summer Travel Course (Southern Medieval Europe, 27 students)
2006 July         Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 20 students)
2005 July         Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval England, 10 students)
2004 July         Director, Summer Travel Course (Medieval Europe, 13 students)
2004            Lecturer, “Jewish History in the Context of the Early Modern Age: Social, Economic, and Cultural Issues,” Temple Emanuel, Tucson, Feb.-March (4 week seminar)
2001-2003, Summer    Faculty Consultant, College Board AP, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ (San Antonio, TX)
2000 Summer     Director, Arizona German Summer School, Heidelberg, Germany
1994             Promotion to Full Professor, University of Arizona
1992-1994         Associate Professor of German at the University of Arizona, tenured
1992 and 1993     Summer School, Intensive German Program, University of Arizona
1987 to 1992         Assistant Professor of German at the University of Arizona.
1988             Summer Institute, University of Arizona, Intensive German, Language and Literature
1986-1987         Full Time Lecturer in German, University of Virginia 
1984-1986         Teaching Assistant in German, University of Virginia
1985             Instructor, Foreign Language Summer Institute, German, University of Virginia
1983-1984         German Instructor, University of Oxford, Great Britain
1982 and 1983 Sept    Instructor, Intensive German Language Courses, Millersville University, Pennsylvania, at Marburg, Germany
1976-1977         English Language Teacher/Military Training Assistant, German Air Force

VISITING PROFESSOR:
2019        Visiting Professor at the Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, Juli
2019        Visiting Professor at Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, June
2018        Visiting Professor at the Franz-Karl-Universität Graz, Austria, July
2018        Visiting Professor, Univerzita Jana Evangelisty Purkyne v Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic, June
2018        Visiting Professor, Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego, Zielona Góra, Poland, June 
2018        Visiting Professor, Tel Aviv University, Israel, March
2017        Visiting Professor, Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego, Zielona Góra, Poland, June
2016        Visiting Professor, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan, July
2016        Study Abroad Program at St. Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland (through the University of New Mexico)
2016        Visiting Professor, University of Sydney and University of Western Australia (March)
2016        Visiting Professor, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Feb.-March)
2015        Visiting Professor, University of Bristol, UK, Benjamin Meaker Fellow (Oct.)
2015        Visiting Professor, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Aug./Sept)
2015        Visiting Professor, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan (March)
2014        Visiting Professor, Fremdsprachenphilologie/Modern Languages, L. N. Gumiljov Eurasian National University, Astana, Kasakhstan, May 2014
2013        Visiting Professor, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan (June-July)
2012        Visiting Professor, Universitet Uppsala, Sweden (March)
2010        Visiting Professor, Summer Course at Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul,         South Korea (3 weeks course: “Masterpieces of Medieval Literature”) 
2010-2013     Summer Course, St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge, UK, ASU/ACMRS Program (5 weeks course: “Medieval Travel Literature”)
2009        Visiting Professor, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (June-July)
2008        Visiting Professor, University of Helsinki, Finland (Oct.)
2008        Visiting Professor, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct.), Institute of History and Institute of Education
2008        Visiting Professor, Summer Course at Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, South Korea (3 weeks course: “The Power of a Woman’s Voice in the Middle Ages”)
2005 Nov.     Visiting Professor, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
2004 March    Visiting Professor, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
2003 March    Visiting Professor, Monash University, Melbourne, NZ
2001 Nov.     Visiting Guest Professor, Universidad de Valencia, Spain
1999 Summer Visiting Professor, Germanisztikai Intézet, Eötvös-Loránd-University, Budapest, 
        May-August 1999.
1997 Summer Adjunct Professor, Summer School, State University of New York New Paltz at 
        Stade/Germany
1996 Summer Guest Professor, Università di Trieste, Italy
1996 Summer Guest Professor, Albert-Ludwig-Universität Freiburg, Germany
            

HONORS:
2019    Outside Professor of the Department: Philosophy of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
2019    Invited to provide an endorsement of Medieval Travel and Travellers: A Reader, ed. John F. Romano (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2019)
2019    Nomination for the Henry & Phyllis Koffler Award for Teaching, Nov.
2019    Nominated for the “Global Excellence Service Award,” University of Arizona, Nov. (not successful)
2019    Interview by KGUN9 TV station on Volleyball in De Anza Park, Aug., https://www.kgun9.com/news/local-news/conversation-to-improve-de-anza-p…
2019    Interview by Bill Buckmaster on his radio show: The Holocaust and Its Memory, Aug. 22. 12:30-1:00 p.m.: https://www.buckmastershow.com/?powerpress_pinw=3153-podcast
2019    Bio Entry on Wikipedia.de: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albrecht_Classen
2019    Speaker at the 2019 TedEx Talks, University of Arizona (March 15), https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ER6raQHtNzuTyTAj9vJpJFdY81u9aaja/view
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-Bf-mRtSho81TrUUH9YlQZA_e12lM0gP
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-RMoC4LVYA
2019    Early Book Lecture Series, April: https://soundcloud.com/uazlibraries/sets/early-books-lecture-series-1
2019    Nomination for the College of Humanities Distinguished Undergraduate/Advising Mentoring Award (not successful)
2019    Speaker at the Spring 2019 TedEx UoA conference
2019    Honorable mention in Haiku contest, poem published in HAIKU EXPO
    ARIZONA MATSURI - A FESTIVAL OF JAPAN Selection of 2019 Haiku Arizona     inspired Japanese Poetry, “hostile desert screams”
2018    Personal gift from Chinese student, (David) Yichuan Xi (stone stamp) in recognition of my teaching
2018    Eic Travel Award, Humanities Open Access ($500), in recognition of my service as editor-in-chief for the journal 
2018    Research and travel grant, Charlemagne: A European Icon, University of Bristol, UK, $800, to attend the Rencesval International Conference, Toronto, Aug.
2018    Keynote speaker, New Book Roundtable, Society for Medieval Germanic Studies, 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2018    Nominee, Mikelle Smith Omari-Tunkara Outstanding Faculty Fellow in a Dorm Award, May
2018    Invitation by Angel Encinas to attend the Pre-Commencement Ceremony in COH as his favorite professor, May
2018    Certificate of Recognition for service in the Delegate Assembly, Modern Language Association
2017    Knighted as Grand Knight Commander of the Most Noble Order of the Three Lions (http://bourgognevonhohenstaufen.com/chivalry)
2017    Invitation to the Apple Polishers Dinner, Ladies of Chi Omeag, UoA, Nov.
2017    Award for Excellence in Leadership and Service, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (Oct.)
2017    Nomination for the University Distinguished Outreach Professor (not successful)
2017    Talk on Special Collections, University of Arizona Library: https://vimeo.com/208584407 (Aug.)    
2017    Article about paper, “Prominenter Besuch in Borsum,” Hildesheimer Land, July 11
2016-    Member of the PEN-Zentrum deutschsprachiger Autoren im Ausland 
2016-2019 Post-Secondary Representation on the AATG Executive Council for the Southwest         Region
2016    Michael Delhoyde Award for Distinguished Contributions in Editing, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (Oct.)
2016    Honorable mention, festschrift for A. Classen, Lo Que Pasa 8-17-2016 https://uaatwork.arizona.edu/lqp/awards-and-accolades-62?utm_source=lqp…
2016    Festschrift in honor of my 60th Birthday, Mediaevistik vol. 28, articles ed. Werner Heinz, reviews ed. Albrecht Classen
2016    Honorable mention by Dr. Diane Richardson, Ph.D. thesis, “Toward a Pedagogy of Ambiguity: Embracing Ambiguity in a Multiliteracies-Based Foreign Language Classroom” (UA)
2016    Nominated and invited to the College of Humanities Pre-Commencement Ceremony as her most favored professor of COH by Luna Smith
2016    Interviewed for the video “Special Collection, University of Arizona Libraries,” https://vimeo.com/161967981 (May 7, 2016)
2016    NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising, Certificate of Merit (Faculty Advising Category)
2016    “Magic Has Shaped Our Understanding of the World,” Interview in Lo Que Pasa (April 27, 2016), https://uanews.arizona.edu/blog/magic-has-shaped-our-understanding-world
2016    Honorable mention/interview in Lo Que Pasa, March 14, 2016: https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/open-access-causes-disruption-of-statu…
2016    ACMRS/CHE Collaborative Research Visit to Australia, Sydney and Perth, March
2016    Gold Medal Book Reviewer, 2000-2015, The Sixteenth Century Journal    
2016    Invitation to join the Athens Institute for Education and Research (http://www.atiner.gr/all-members) (accepted)
2016    Interview by Rita Abundancia for El Pais Jan. 26, 2016: http://smoda.elpais.com/placeres/la-verdadera-historia-del-cinturon-de-…
2016    Interviewed by Lauren Oyler for Vice’s Broadly Channel (online) on the medieval chastity belt: https://broadly.vice.com/en_us/article/chastity-belts-arent-real-tell-i…;
2015    Nomination for the CARA Award for Excellence in Teaching (not successful)
2015    Featured on Lo Que Pasa, Oct. 8, 2015: http://uanews.org/story/ua-humanities-professor-is-a-living-definition-…;
2015    Interview with Atlas Obscura, Sarah Laskow, for her article on “Everything you have heard about chastity belts is a lie,” http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/everything-youve-heard-about-chast… (lasta accessed on Aug. 17, 2015)
2015    Excellence in Academic Advising Faculty Advisory Award (May)
2015    Interview by Bill Buckmaster on his radio show, http://www.buckmastershow.com/2015/04/28/buckmaster-show-4282015-pima-c… (April)
2015    Nomination for the College of Humanities Distinguished Teaching Award
2015    Nomination for the Academic Advising award through the UA Program for Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising (Feb.)
2015    Dedication of Sophie A Digital Library of Works by German-Speaking Women (http://sophie.byu.edu/literature_early_pre1750) to Albrecht Classen
2014    Article about myself, “Meet a few of the readers of the Arizona Daily Star (page A11), 12-28-14
2014    Interview with Spiegel - Geschichte, on Love, Marriage, and Sexuality in the Middle Ages (Dec. 2014)
2014    Honorable mention in Arizona Daily Wildcat, 11-7-14
2014    Interview on “Marriage, Family, and Sexuality in the Middle Ages,” with Marginalia: Los Angeles Review of Books, Sept. 30, 2014: http://marginalia.lareviewofbooks.org/an-interview-with-albrecht-classe…
2014    Interviewed by Max Lancaster for his article “High expectations, no grade inflation,” Arizona Daily Wildcat, 9-18-14.
2014    Article about my visit to Borsum, Germany, in the Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung 7-19-2014: “Auf den Spuren der Jesuiten”
2014    Interview by Bill Buckmaster, Buckmaster Radio Talk Show: http://www.buckmastershow.com/2014/04/09/buckmaster-show-492014-tucson-… (ca. at min. 30)
2014    Report about our new Thematic Minor in Medieval Studies, The Daily Wildcat 2-10-14 (http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2014/02/new-minor-is-positively-…)
2014    Invited to join and new member of Faculty Row: America’s Top Faculty (http://facultyrow.com/)
2013-2015 Member of the Arizona Council for the Humanities Road Scholars’ Roster (Speaker)
2013    Blurb on the back cover of G. Ronald Murphy, S.J., Tree of Salvation: Yggdrasil and the Cross in the North (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
2013    Interview by the Boston Globe (on the medieval Chastity Belt), 11-11-13 (at: http://www.boston.com/blogs/news/opinion/bostoncomment/2013/11/do_we_re…)
2013    Interview by the Arizona Daily Wildcat (on Chivalry), Oct., “Basic morals of chivalry still relevant,” 10-30-13, p. 4
2013    Sterling Membership of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (http://rmmla.innoved.org/rmmla/SterlingMembers.asp)
2013    Nomination for the Alexander-von-Humboldt Stiftungspreis by Prof. Reinhold Glei, Universität Bochum (not successful)    
2013    Interview by KAMP Student Radio Station, UA, Sept. 9 by DJ Red Viking of the Archers (http://vandalgoth78.podomatic.com/entry/2013-09-14T11_18_26-07_00)
2013    Interviewed by Arizona Daily Wildcat, 9-10-2013, on “Google Glass not for classroom”     (http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2013/09/google-glass-could-alter…)
2013    Pre-Selection for the NEH Summer Stipend, 2014, by the University of Arizona        
2013    Nomination for the Dan Shilling Public Humanities Scholar Award, April
2013    Interview by Brigham Young Radio, Provo, on the Relevance of the Middle Ages for         UsToday, April 4: “Positively Medieval” (Thinking Aloud:     http://media.byub.org/mp3/fmarchive/thinkingaloud/2013/4/ta130404.mp3)
2013    Honorable mention in List of top professors at Affordable Large Universities:             http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/awards-and-recognition/top-prof…;      public-colleges/
2013    Honorable mention in Green Valley News & Sun, “UA architecture gives history lesson,”     March 4 (http://www.gvnews.com/news/local/ua-architecture-gives-history-lesson/a…
2013    Honorable article about two recent books, Early History of the Southwest Through the         Eyes of German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries and The Letters of the Swiss Jesuit         Missionary Philipp Segesser, in Kino Heritage Society Newsletter,     http://padrekino.com/index.php/news/ (2013)
2013    Commentary on Robert Göbel’s volume of poetry, Der kleine Tod und das Leben (Berlin:     Rhombos, 2012) on back cover.
2012    Nominated and invited as their most favored professor of COH by Nicholas McNutt and         Mason Storm Byrd to the COH Pre-Commencement 
2012    Interviewed by Bill Buckmaster on the Buckmaster Radio Talk Show:         http://tucsoncitizen.com/buckmaster-show/2012/12/05/buckmaster-show-125…;      universities-pitch-for-more-funds/; reaired on 1-1-13.
2012    Twitter Correspondent for Pro7 SAT1, TV, Germany, tv station, Dec. 3 (Ken Follet, Tore     der Welt)
2012    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Arizona Professor of the Year         (for the state of Arizona)
2012    Honorary Member of Golden Key International Honour Society, Arizona Chapter
2012    AATG Friend of German Award in recognition of exemplary leadership in the advocacy         of German and German language education at the local, regional, or national level
2012    Featured in US Today College, Nov. 2012:             http://www.usatodayeducate.com/staging/index.php/state-winners-2012-u-s…;      of-the-year; and mentioned in US Today, Nov. 27, 2012
2012    Featured in the Arizona Daily Star 11-14-2012:         http://www.wildcat.arizona.edu/article/2012/11/classen-awards-teacher-a…
2012    Featured in Global Research 11.2 (2012) (Global Initiative Newsletter, UA)
2012    Honorable invitation to lunch, “Take Your Faculty Member to Lunch,” Oct.
2012    Honorable mention and acknowledgment by Miguel Angel Batista Morale in his Master Thesis “Cecati 118 Nogales Sonora: Curso de Asistente de Enfermeria: Tesis para optar     el titulo de Asistente de Enfermeria,” Feb.
2012    Interview by Tony Paniagua, KUAT, Arizona Public Media: https://www.azpm.org/s/10273-united-states-constitution-celebrates-225t… (Sept. 18)
2012    Interview by Bill Buckmaster on Buckmastershow.com (9-5-12) about my new book The Letters of the Swiss Jesuit Misssionary Philipp Segesser (1689-1762). Interview starts around minute 29:00 (Sept. 5, 2012). For an aticle in TucsonCitizen.com about this Segesser, see online blog at: publication,http://tucsoncitizen.com/community/2012/09/05/jesuit-missionary-segesse….
2012    Appointment as Research Ambassador for the DAAD, USA
2012    Article about my visit in Borsum and Hildesheim in the newspaper Hildesheimer Land,         6-19-2012
2012    Cited as authority in the national TV Show “Jeopardy” (May 18 and Sept. 14, category         AC)
2012    Quoted on the back of the dust jacket of Len Scales’s The Shaping of German Identity:         Authority and Crisis, 1245-1414 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012).
2012    Appointment as external reviewer for Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della         Ricerca (MIUR), Italy
2012    Nominated and invited as their most favored professor of COH by Abigail Cochrane,         Afsaneh Sarabi, Afsaneh Sabai, Halil Fried, and Kevin Spencer Jung for the Pre-            Commencement Ceremony, May
2012    Nomination for election into the executive committee of the Division on German             Literature to 1700, MLA
2012    Nomination for the Outstanding Faculty Award, Accolades, March
2012    Nomination for the Public Humanities Scholar Award, Arizona Humanities Council 
2012    Award of the “Outstanding Academic Title” for Handbook of Medieval Studies (2010) by     Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (selection from 7,263 titles reviewed         and 25,000 submitted)
2011    Nomination for the Carnegie Professor of the Year Award, Dec.
2011    Guest appearance on the Buckproduction TV station, Toronto, for a sequence on the         medieval chastity belt (with Steve Santini), Dec.; aired on Feb 14, 2012 at 9:30pm EST.
2011    Honorable invitation to the Pi Beta Phi Sorority annual fall scholarship dinner, Nov.
2011    Honorable invitation to the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority annual fall scholarship dinner, Oct.
2011    Dust jacket comment on Richard F. Cassady, The Emperor and the Saint (DeKalb:         Northern Illinois University Press, 2011).
2011    Honorable mention in UA News: http://www.uanews.org/node/35917 (Jan.) for the         Handbook of Medieval Studies
2010/211 Featured speaker in the AZ PBS show “The Secrets of the Divine,” Nov. 18 and 21         (http://originals.azpm.org/secrets/). Also aired on national PBS, Easter Sunday, April 24,     2011, 7 p.m. EST (Nominated in 3 categories for Rocky Mountain Emmies, Oct. 2011;     received the award)
2010    Nominee, U.S. Professors of the Year Award
2010    Nomination for the Public Humanities Scholar Award, Arizona Humanities Council 
2010    Nomination for the Outstanding Faculty Award, Accolades, April
2010    Honors Professor, Honors College, UA
2010    Honorable mention of book publication, Tierliebe im Mittelalter, Dolomiten, Feb. 13/14,     2010, p. 10
2010    Extensive article on talk at Texas Tech in The Daily Toreador Feb. 5, 2010, p. 3
2009    Honorable mention by Peter Dinzelbacher for help with his Introduction to Henry C. Lea,     Studies in Church History (1883; Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Bachmann,         2009), 3*
2009    Interview by SWR2 Kultur (Südwestrundfunk), Freiburg, Germany, about the “German     Volkslied,” Nov. 29, 6:00-6:30 p.m.
2009    Honorable Dinner invitation to ΧΏ Sorority, University of Arizona, Oct.
2009    Article on research dedicated to the Swiss Jesuit Philipp Segesser, Neue Luzerner         Zeitung, Oct. 28, No. 249.
2009    Invitation to serve as Field Editor for the Edwin Mellen Press (I rejected)
2009    Nomination for the Carnegie Professor of the Year Award
2009    Nomination for the Public Humanities Scholar Award, Arizona Humanities Council 
2009    Interviewed for article “Clickers too complicated?,” Arizona Daily Wildcat, Sept. 16,         2009
2009    Article on new class, Trad 104, Arizona Daily Wildcat, Sept. 9, 2009
2009    Article on public lecture, Borsum (near Hildesheim), “Als der Borsumer Pater die Indianer bekehrte,” Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung, July 21, 2009; and pre-announcement with a full-length article in Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung. July 7, 2009
2009    Radio interview on the topic of a public lecture: “Lachen im Mittelalter,” Martin-Luther-    Universität Halle-Wittenberg, by Friederike Hübner, on Radio Unimono, at     http://www.unimono.de/ (July 20, 2009).
2009    Article on public lecture at the Lutherhaus, Wittenberg, “Derber Spott über das         Alltägliche,” Mitteldeutsche Zeitung (Wittenberg), June 26, 2009, p. 16.
2009    Dust jacket blurb for Molly Robinson Kelly’s monograph The Hero’s Place: Medieval         Literary Traditions of Space and Belonging (Washington, DC: The Catholic University         of America Press, 2009)
2009    Nomination for the Outstanding Faculty Award, Accolades, April
2009    Five Star Faculty Award (UA’s Highest Teaching Honor), selected by a committee of Honors College students and based on in-class observations, and interview, teaching philosophy, and course materials as well as testimonials from students), $1000.
2009    Honorable invitation to dinner by the Ladies of Chi Omega, April
2009    “Museum Documenting Jesuit Contact with American Indians,” extensive report on     UANews, Feb. 24, 2009 (http://uanews.org/node/24066)
2008    “German Studies Professor Edits Book on Medieval Sexuality,” extensive report on     UANews, Dec. 19, 2008 (http://uanews.org/node/23054)
2008    Mention of my book The Medieval Chastity Belt, by Konrad Marshall, “Chastity     Reinvented,” indy.com Nov. 27, 2008, p. 16.    
2008    Selection for NEH Institute, Oxford, UK, “Holy Land and Holy City in Classical     Judaism, Christianity, and Islam,” July-Aug. (5 weeks)
2008    Award for Distinguished Faculty Service to the College ($3000)
2008    Henry & Phyllis Koffler Prize for outstanding accomplishments in     Research/Scholarship/Creative Activity ($10,000)
2008    Nomination as an Outstanding Faculty Advisor
2008    Nomination for the Five Star Faculty Award, Finalist
2007    Interviewed by Sarah Hannah Gómez, “What do you know about Erotica?,” Red Blue:     University of Arizona’s Monthly Magazine (Nov. 2007), 10-11.
2007    Excellence in International Education and Service Award (UA)
2007    Outstanding Scholarly Achievement Award, Southeastern Medieval Association
2007    Honorable Mention by Marcel Duclaud, “Hat Luther seine Katharina geliebt?,”     Mitteldeutsche Zeitung, July 12, 2007
2007    Honorarable Recognition by the German town of Harsum (near Hildesheim) (“Eintrag     ins goldene Buch der Stadt, 16. Juli 2007:     http://www.gened.arizona.edu/aclassen/new_page_28.htm
2007    Interview with Bill Buckmaster, Arizona Illustrated, KUAT, Tucson, May (Book on Chastity Belt and Conference on History of Sexuality): http://tv.azpm.org/kuat/video-segment/2007/5/3/kuat-myths-and-sex-in-th…
2007    Course “Tales of Love” nominated for inclusion in the College Board AP World     Languages Best Practices Study in German Language
2007    Publication of Poem (“Holocaust Mahnmal”) for the Photo exhibit “Remnants & Remembrance (Berlin, 2005), Black & White Photography by Ben Golden, Tucson Jewish Community Center (and nationwide), April 2007
2007    Honorable Mention, Arizona Theatre Company Rep Fest 2006-2007 (in recognition of     contribution to “I am My Own Wife”), 44. 
2007    Dust-Jacket blurb for Kathleen Andersen-Wyman, Andreas Capellanus on Love? (New     York: Palgrave, 2007).
2006    Nomination, SEMA (South Eastern Medieval Association) Award for Scholarly     Achievement
2006    Certificate of Honor, Student Union Advisory Council
2006     AATG Outstanding German Educator Award and Checkpoint Charlie Foundation Scholarship (College-University Level) for outstanding achievement in furthering the teaching of German in schools of the United States
2006    Nomination to participate in the fourth year of a Learner-Centered Education Grant, UA
2006    Dust-Jacket blurb for G. Ronald Murphy, S.J., Gemstone of Paradise: TheHoly Grail in     Wolfram’s Parzival (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2006)
2006    Honorable mention, “Amerikanischer Professor wirbt für die Nordheide,” Kreiszeitung-    Wochenblatt Uddeloh, June 24, 2006.
2006    Honorable Mention, “¿Hemos cambiado tanto?” Diario de Sevilla, Spain, 2-24-06
2005    Honorable Mention/Interview “Achtung, partygoers . . . It’s time to celebrate     Oktoberfest,” Arizona Daily Star, 9-21-05, Accent E1.
2005    Preselection for the NEH Summer Stipend (UA), Sept.
2005    Nomination for the AATG “Outstanding German Educator Award,”
2005    Honorable Mention, “Love in the Middle Ages? Enlightening,” Arizona Daily Star 7-12-        2005 (Accent E2)            
2005    Distinguished Undergraduate Advising/Mentor Award, COH
2005    Ordinary Member of the American Academy for Medieval and Chivalric Research
2004    Bundesverdienstkreuz am Band, Federal Republic of Germany     (http://wildcat.arizona.edu/papers/98/64/text/01_6.html)
2004    University Distinguished Professor
2004    Nomination for COH Distinguished Undergraduate Advising/Mentoring Award (by     students in German Studies)
2004    Honorable Mention, “Grimms’ stories shown as mirror of German life,” The Huntsville     Times (Alabama), 3-13-2004 
2003    Selection as Senior Candidate (UA) for NEH Summer Stipend
2003    Selection as NEH Summer Seminar Participant, “Representations of the ‘Other’: Jews in     Medieval Christendom,” Oxford, England (5 weeks)
2002    Humanities Seminar Faculty Teaching Award, COH, University of Arizona
2002    Guest Coach, University of Arizona Football Team, Sept.
2002    Interview by Radio Station KSZA on Humanities Seminar “The Future of the Past,” aired     in September 
2002    Certificate of Appreciation, personal recognition by student Jason Baran
2002    Interview by and article in Arizona Daily Wildcat, April 25, 2002, “Music, poetry reading     focuses on Medieval, Renaissance eras.”
2002    College of Humanities Distinguished Achievement in Humanities Educational Outreach     Award ($1000)
2002     Honorable mention and photo in Arizona Daily Star, March 25, 2002
2001    Honorable Mention, Concert Program by Prof. Wanda Brister and Arizona Wind Quintet,     Oct. 22, for assistance in translation and diction
2001    Honorable Mention by Martin Lhotzky, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 9-20-2001, p.     52: “Gralssuche im Weltraum” (Report on Conference in Wetzlar, Germany)
2001    Honorable Mention by Cary J. Nederman, Worlds of Difference (University Park, 2000)
2001    Preselection for the Fulbright Distinguished Chair at the Karl-Franzens University Graz,     Austria, 2002.
2000     Nomination for the Sarlo Family Foundation Faculty Award
2000     Honorable Mention for Scholar Assistance by Claire Richter Sherman, Memory and     Knowledge in Early Europe (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2000), 218.
2000     Honorable Mention with Summary of Public Presentation, “Enorme Idealisten und     hochbegabte Leute,” Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung, Hildesheim, Germany, July 20
2000     Preselection (UA) for the NEH Summer Stipend Competition
2000     Preselection for the Fulbright Distinguished Chair at the Karl-Franzens University Graz,     Austria, 2001
2000     Honorable Mention of poem “Wanderer” by W. Biechele, “Interkulturelle Grenzgänge,”     Im Dienste der Auslandsgermanistik. Festschrift A. Madl (Budapest: 1999), 39.
2000     Nomination, Distinguished Humanities Educational Outreach Award, Spring.
2000     Robert L. Kahn Lyrik-Preis 1999 for poems in Trans-Lit.
2000     Honorable Mention of a Public Lecture, Mainzer Rhein Zeitung Febr. 4, 2000, 24
1999     Nomination, AATG Outstanding Teacher Award
1999     Interview with Budapester Zeitung (90 minutes), July
1999     Interview with The Budapest Sun, (80 minutes) July; article appeared July 29- August 4,     1999, S 2, p. 6. 
1999     COH Nomination for Graduate Council
1999     Provost’s General Education Teaching Award ($2500.)
1998     Nomination, Provost General Education Teaching Award, Spring
1998     Inivitation to Scholarship Dinner, Pi Beta Phi Sorority (Arizona Alpha Chapter), Nov.
1998     Winner of the AATG Membership Incentive Program 1997-1998 for the Arizona Chapter
1998     Member of “Faculty Resources” by invitation, Mellen University and The Edwin Mellen Press.
1998     Honorable Mention, Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung, Hildesheim, Germany, May 30, 1998
1998     Honorable Mention, Hersfelder Zeitung, Bad Hersfeld, Germany, May 23, 1998
1998     Nomination, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching U.S. Professors of     the Year, UA
1998     Nomination, Faculty Mentor Award (Graduate and Professional Student Council), April
1998     Nomination, Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award, Febr.
1998     Nomination, Provost’s General Education Award
1997     Faculty Dinner, Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, October
1997     Honorable Mention, Peter Lang Publication Advertisement for M. and M. Löschmann,     Einander verstehen
1997     Honorable Mention, “Bad Hersfelder Zeitung,” Nr. 136, 16 June 1997, p. 20, and Nr.     136, 18 July, 1997
1997     Nomination, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching U.S. Professors of     the Year, UA
1997     National Selection as Summer School Instructor, State University of New York New     Paltz, Stade/Germany
1997     Nomination, Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award
1997-99 Elected Member, MLA Delegate Assembly, Divisional Representative: Comparative         Studies in Medieval Literature
1996     Honorable Mention by Ralf Meutgens: “Kulturkontakt zum Kreis Neuss,” Kölner     Universitätsjournal 25, 2 (1996), p. 54f.
1996     Nomination, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching U.S. Professors of     the Year, UA
1996     Nomination, MLA Delegate Assembly
1995     Honorable Mention by Prof. E. DuBruck, “Introduction,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 22     (1996), ixf.
1995     Guest at “Parents’ Association Advisory Board Family Luncheon” Invitation, Oct., UoA
1995     Senior Nominee for the NEH Summer Stipend chosen by the UoA
1995     Nomination for the President of Chapter President's Assembly, AATG
1995     El Paso Natural Gas Foundation Faculty Achievement Award ($3000)
1995     Honorable Dinner Invitation of Teachers, Kappa Kappa Gamma, UA
1994     Selection as Member of the Wakonse Teacher Conference, UA
1993     Nomination for an Excellence in Teaching Award (Summer), UA 
1992     Appointment as Secretary for “Foreign Language: German Literature before 1900,”     Rocky Mountain MLA
1992     Nomination for Membership on the Rocky Mountain MLA Executive Board
1992     Senior Nominee of UA for NEH Summer Stipend, 1993
1992     Nomination for Ballot for the Position of Post-Secondary Representation on the AATG         Executive Council for the Southwest Region.
1990    Honorable Mention in Dirk Schümer, “Mehr als Hetäre und Gebärerin. Ein Wolfenbütteler Kolloquium über 'Die Frau in der Renaissance.” Frankfurter Allgemeine     Zeitung, Oct. 31, 1990, p. N 3
1990     Nomination for the Five-Star Faculty Award, UA
1989     Nomination for an Excellence in Teaching Award (Summer), UA
1986     Edgar-Shannon-Award, Z Society, U of VA
1985     Qualification Exam for the Ph.D. passed “With Distinction”, U of VA

GRANTS
2019    German Academic Research Summer Grant for 2020 (applied)
2019    Student-Faculty Interaction Grants for 2019/20 ($. 930)
2019    Frankfurt International Translators, Oct. (applied)
2019    Extension of the Outreach Grant, with an additional $800.
2019    Grant from AATG/StAfDaF for an immersion weekend, Fall ($1000)
2018    Student-Faculty Interaction Grants for 2018/19 ($1470).
2018    Grant from AATG/StAfDaF for an immersion weekend, Fall ($1000)
2018    College of Humanities Faculty Research Grant ($5000)
2018    Travel to Conference Grant, Charlemagne: A European Icon (Bristol and Edinborough, UK), for the 2018 International Congress of the Société Rencesvals, Toronto, Aug. ($850)
2018    Charles Koch Humanities Research Grant ($7500)
2017    College of Humanities Teaching and Outreach Grant ($ 4276.43)
2017    Käthe-Hamburger-Fellowship, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, (rejected) 
2017-2018 Student-Faculty Interaction Grants, UA (ca. $1100).
2017-2018 Humanities Research Grant, Charles Koch Foundation for the Humanities ($7500.)
2017    Short-term Fellowship at the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel in the framework of Dr. Matthias Roick’s Freigeist Project ‘The Ways of Virtue. The Ethica-Section in Wolfebüttel and the History of Ethics in Early Modern Europe’” at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany (ca. $700.)
2017    Marbach, Weimar, Wolfenbüttel Senior Fellowship (rejected)    
2017    Chapter Grant (from StADaF) for the AZ AATG chapter ($1000)
2016-2017 Student-Faculty Interaction Grants (ca. $1000)
2016    Chapter Grant (from StADaF) for the AZ AATG chapter ($1000)
2016    ACMRS/CHE Collaborative Research Visit to Australia ($AU 4000.)
2015    College of Humanities Initiatives Grant ($5000), rejected
2015    Benjamin Meaker Visiting Fellow, University of Bristol, UK
2015    Chapter Grant (from StADaF) for the AZ AATG chapter ($1000)
2015    100% Student Engagement Strategic Investment, UA, Vice Provost, Digital Learning and Student Engagement ($15,000), rejected by the Dean of COH
2015    Sabbatical leave, Fall
2015    American Academy in Berlin Fellowship (not successful)
2014-2015 Faculty Student Interaction Grant ($1000)
2014    NEH Summer Research Grant ($6000)
2014    Chapter Grant (from StADaF) for the AZ AATG chapter ($1000)
2014    Support for UAMARRC grant, COH, UA ($1000.)
2014    Support Grant from the DAAD for 11th International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies ($500), and university-wide grants from individual departments, ca. $2700 
2013    Director’s Fund for Excellence Award, Confluence Center, UA ($300). 
2013-2014 Student Faculty Interaction Grants (ca. $1600)
2013    Support funds for the 11th International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern         Studies from UA depts., ACMRS, De Gruyter, etc. (ca. $3000)    
2013    Faculty Summer Research Grant, DAAD (ca. $5000)
2013    Support for UAMARRC grant, COH, UA ($900)
2012    Online Education Project (OEP) grant, UA ($9,035)
2012    Support Grant from the Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany, L.A. for             conference on “East Meets West,” UA, May ($600)
2012    Student Faculty Interaction Grants (ca. $1500)
2012    AATG Chapter Grant for the AZ AATG ($800)
2011    Student Faculty Interaction Grants (ca. $1500)
2011    AATG Chapter Grant for the AZ AATG ($800)
2010    Student Faculty Interaction Grants (ca. $1400)
2010    Faculty Summer Research Grant, DAAD (ca. $3000)
2009    Research Grant from the Swiss National Fonds for the Sciences for the Segesser Project         (CHF 5,190.00)
2008/09 Student Faculty Interaction Grants (ca. $1200)
2008/09 AATG Chapter Grant for the AZ AATG ($858).
2008    Research and travel summer grant from UAMARRC ($500).
2008    VP Research Grant (matching funds for AvH Transcoop Grant) in support of Int.     Symposium 2009 ($10,000) (committed, not paid out)
2008    Sabbatical Leave, Fall
2007    UA Foundation Grant (matching funds for AvH Transcoop Grant) in support of Int.     Symposium 2009 ($7000; not paid out)
2007    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Dec. ($150)
2007    Grant from Delta Phi Alpha for Induction Ceremony ($250)
2007-2008 Student Faculty Interaction Grants, UA ($1000)
2007    Foreign Travel Grant, UAMARRC, July ($500)
2007    Grant from the Dean of Humanities for German Campus Day, April ($400)
2007    Grant from the University of Arizona Foundation for the preparation of a Handbook of         Medieval Studies ($4,425)
2007    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, April ($150): Pre-Departure BBQ
2007    Foreign Travel Grant, UA, March ($750)
2007    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Spring ($250): Ger 278 Luncheons
2007    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, April ($360): Dept. BBQ
2006    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Dec. ($200)
2006    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Oct. ($200)
2006     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Sept. ($75)
2006/07 Funding Grant from Dean of Humanities for international symposium on “History of         Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, April 2007 ($2,500), and a grant from the Vice President of Research ($3000).
2006    German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD, Summer Research Grant ($7,772.)
2006    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, May ($100)
2006    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, April ($175)
2006    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, March ($150)
2006    International Travel Grant, UA, Feb. ($550)
2006    Dean of COH support for German Campus Day ($300.)
2005    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Dec. ($100)
2005     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Oct. ($100.)
2005/06 University of Arizona Foundation Grant for editing the Handbook of Medieval Studies         ($1,500)
2005/06 Funding Grant from Vice President for Research, UA, for international symposium,         on: “Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, April 2006 ($3000.)
2005     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Aug. ($75)
2005    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Aug. ($400)
2005    International Travel Grant, UA, July ($600)
2005    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, May ($75)
2005    Dean of COH Support for Summer Research ($1000)
2005    AZ AATG Chapter Grant from StADaF, for October ($550)
2005    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, April ($350)
2005    Dean’s Support for German Campus Day, Feb. ($275)
2004    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Dec. ($150)
2004    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Dec. ($200)
2004    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Oct. ($300)
2004    Turning Information into Knowledge Grant (Einstein’s Protégés), UA ($3000)
2004     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, Sept. ($75)
2004    Support Money from Provost, UA, for RMMLA conference, Oct. 2006 ($6000)
2004    Funding Grant from Vice President for Research, UA, for international symposium, on:         “Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” May 2005     ($2000)
2004    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA, June ($100) 
2004    Foreign Travel Grant, UA, Sept. ($600)
2004     StADaF Grant for AZ Chapter of AATG, May ($700)
2004    Support Grant from the Dean of COH for German Campus Day, April ($400)
2004    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, UA ($250)
2004    International Travel Grant, UA ($945)
2004    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, March ($300)
2003    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Dec. ($220)
2003    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Dec. ($275)
2003    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, September ($225).
2003    Funding Grant from Vice President for Research, UA, for international symposium, on:         Children and Family Relations in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age, May 2004     ($2000)
2003    StADaF Grant for AZ Chapter of AATG, Oct. ($800)
2003    NEH Summer Institute “Representation of the ‘Other’: Jews in Medieval Christendom”         ($3200), Oxford, England
2003    College of Humanities Career Development Fund Grant ($3000)
2003    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, April ($180)
2003    Support Grant from the Dean of COH for German Campus Day, April ($400)
2003    Foreign Travel Grant, March ($1000)
2003    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Feb. ($250)
2003    Provost’s Author Support Fund ($1000)
2002    Funding Grant from Vice President for Research, UA, for international symposium, May, on: Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature ($2000)
2002    Foreign Travel Grant, December ($500)
2002    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, December ($250)
2002    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, October ($250)
2002     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, September ($250)
2002    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, May ($176)
2002    Foreign Travel Grant, UoA, March ($600)
2002     Support Grant from the Dean of COH for High School Campus Day ($300)
2002    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, March ($300)
2002    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Feb. ($336)
2001     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, December ($270)
2001    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, September ($275)    
2001     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, June ($166)
2001    Small Grant, UoA ($5000)
2001    Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Study Visit Grant ($6000)
2001    AATG/StADaF Chapter Project Grant ($500), and Small Chapter Project Fund ($100)
2001     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, April ($200) 
2001     Foreign Travel Grant, Spring ($600)
2001    Sabbatical Leave, Fall 2001        
2001    Student Faculty Interaction Grant, March ($250)
2000     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Fall ($300)
2000     AATG/StADaF Chapter Project Grant ($450), plus AATG Small Chapter Project Grant         ($100)
2000     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Fall ($350)
2000     Foreign Travel Grant, Summer ($550)
2000     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Spring ($138)
2000     Humanities Research Initiative Small Grant, UA ($500)
2000     New Learning Environments and Instructional Technologies Grant, UA ($12,700)
2000     COH Dean’s Office Grant for High School Campus Day ($300).
2000     International Visitor Travel Grant for Prof. Peter Dinzelbacher, Salzburg/Princeton         ($375)
2000     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Spring ($250) 
2000     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Spring ($200).
1999     International Visitor Travel Grant for Prof. Manfred Markus, Innsbruck, Nov. ($300) 
1999     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Fall ($180)
1999     Student Faculty Interaction Grant, Fall ($200)
1999     Faculty-Student Curriculum Development Grant, Fall ($4000)
1999     International Visitor Travel Grant for Alois Hotschnig, Innsbruck, April ($150)
1999     Teaching Fellowship for Budapest, Hungary, Summer, Rotary International, Tucson         District ($10,000)
1999     Faculty-Student Curriculum Development Grant, Spring ($4000)
1999     Student Faculty Interaction Program, April ($223)
1999     Support Grant from the Dean of COH for Campus High School Day, March ($300)
1999     Student Faculty Interaction Program, March ($300)
1998     Student Faculty Interaction Program, December, UoA ($200)
1998     Student Faculty Interaction Program, September, UoA ($300)
1998     StADaF and AATG Chapter Project Grant ($250)
1998     International Visitor Grant, (Manfred Markus, Innsbruck/Austria), UA ($200)
1998     Foreign Travel Grant, UA ($350)
1998     Student Faculty Interaction Program, April, UoA ($225)
1998     Student Faculty Interaction Program, March, UoA ($300).
1998     Individual Research Grant, Humanities Research Initiative, UA ($3000)
1997     International Visitor Grant (Gabrielle Alioth, Switzerland/Ireland), UA ($200)
1997     Student Faculty Interaction Program, UoA ($120)
1997     Student Faculty Interaction Program, UoA ($150)
1997     StADaF and AATG Chapter Project Grant ($500)
1997     Small Grant, UA ($3000)
1997     Foreign Travel Grant, UA ($500)
1997     International Visitor Grant (Dr. Alfred Kolleritsch, Graz, Austria), UA ($200)
1997     StADaF and AATG Chapter Project Grant ($700)
1997     Dean’s Discretionary Community Outreach Grant ($200)
1997     Provost’s Author Support Fund, UA ($861)
1997     Student Faculty Interaction Program, UA ($468)
1996     International Visitor Grant (Dr. Otto Marchi, Lucerne, Switzerland), UA ($300)
1996     Dean’s Discretionary Fund Award, Honorarium, Prof. W. Pfeiler (Greifswald) ($100)
1996     Student-Faculty Interaction Program, Fall ($175)
1996     Computer Equipment Grant, Consulate of the FRG ($1250)
1996     Student-Faculty Interaction Grant, Consulate of the FRG ($500)
1996     Foreign Travel Grant, UA ($300)
1996     Individual Research Grant, College of Humanities, UA ($3000)
1996     February, Faculty-Student Interaction Fund, UA ($300)
1996     Dean’s Discretionary Funding Award, Travel Grant ($380)
1996     Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Study Visit Grant ($7,500).
1996     Dean’s Discretionary Funding Award (“Deutsche Ecke), ($200)
1996     Faculty-Student Weekly Lunch (“Deutsche Ecke”) Grant, Consulate of the FRG ($150)
1995     Dean’s Discretionary Funding Award (Speaker’s Honorarium), UA ($150)
1995     International Visitor Grant (Prof. M. Markus, Innsbruck), UA ($200)
1995     December, Faculty-Student Interaction Fund, UA ($200)
1995     Together with Mary Wildner-Bassett, AATG Chapter Project Grant ($502)
1995     Foreign Visitor Grant, Consulate of the FRG ($150)
1995     Publication Grant for Student Paper “Das Fenster, Consulate of the FRG ($400)
1995     International Travel Grant, International Programs, UA ($250)
1995     International Travel Grant, American Council of Learned Societies ($500)
1995     Research Grant, University of Arizona Foundation ($2705)
1995     Foreign Scholar Visitors' Grant, UA ($450)
1995     February, Faculty-Student Interaction Fund, UA ($150)
1995     AATG AZ Chapter Conference Subsidy, Goethe-Institut, Los Angeles ($2000).
1994     Sabbatical Leave (1 year, taken 1 semester), UA
1994     International Travel Grant, UA ($600)
1993     Provost's Author Support Fund, UA ($295)
1993     Independent Research Grant, Fac. of Humanities, UA ($3000)
1993     December, Faculty-Student Interaction Fund, UA ($300)
1993     September, Faculty-Student Interaction Fund, UA ($1,180)
1993     Consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany, Los Angeles, Publication Grant for “Das         Fenster” ($800)
1993     Provost’s Teaching Improvement Award, UA ($380)
1993     Foreign Travel Grant, Dept. of German and University of Arizona Foundation ($850)
1993     May, Faculty-Student Interaction Fund, UA ($500)
1993     January, Foreign Travel Grant, International Programs, UA ($500)
1992     December, Faculty-Student Interaction Fund, UA ($228)
1992     Research and Travel Grant, General Education Committee, UA ($250)
1992     Provost's Teaching Improvement Award, UA ($1,200)
1992     Research Grant from the American Philosophical Society ($2,500)
1992     February, Foreign Travel Grant, International Programs, UA ($700); Complimentary         Award from the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, UA ($169).
1991     May, Provost's Author's Support Fund Award, UA ($1,000)
1991     Faculty of Humanities Research Mini-Grant, UA ($850)
1991     March, Travel Grant from the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and the Vice President         for Research, UA ($600)
1991     January, Travel Grant from the Vice President for Research and the Dean of the Faculty         of Humanities, UA ($650)
1990     Travel, Room and Board Grant, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Invitation to an         “Arbeitsgespräch”) (ca. $1,400)
1990     American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant ($500)
1990     National Endowments for the Humanities Foreign Travel Grant ($750)
1990     January, Foreign Travel Grant, International Programs, UA ($200)
1990     Small Grant, University of Arizona for a One-Year Study and Research Project ($2,650)
1989     Foreign Travel Grant, International Programs, UA ($850)
1988     Summer Fellowship, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, U of CA, Los     Angeles ($500), including housing (ca. $2000)
1988     Foreign Travel Grant, International Programs, UA ($900)
1988     Austrian Government Travel and Lecture Scholarship ($1200)
1987     Ryder Travel-Fund, U of VA ($200)
1985-1986 Three Ryder Travel Fund Grants, U of VA ($350)
1985     Raven Fellowship, U of VA ($1,500) 
1984-1986 Du Pont Fellowship, U of VA ($4000)
1984     Travel Grant St. Peter's College, University of Oxford, Great Britain, ($200)
1983     Gerrans Fund Travel Grant, University of Oxford, Great Britain ($200)
1982-1984 Michael Foster Scholarship, University of Oxford, Great Britain ($4000)
1982     Study Abroard Scholarship, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany (ca. $3000,     declined)
1979-1980 Exchange Scholarship, Millersville University, PA (ca. $4000)

GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:
- Approaches to German Studies (UA)
- Communication and Miscommunication in Medieval German Literature (UA)
- Materials and Methods of Literary Research/Literary Theory (UA) 
- History of the German Language (“Deutsche Philologie”) from ca. 400 A.D. to ca. 2012 (UA)
- Middle High German Literature (UA)
- Erziehung und Bildung im Mittelalter (UA)
- Gender Issues in Medieval German Literature (UA)
- Der Fremde und Fremdbegegnung im Mittelalter (Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg), July 2009
- El tema de Tristán e Isolda en la edad media: La tradición alemana y europea (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Sept. 2015
- Mittelhochdeutsch, ein Lesekurs (voluntary, Spring 2018)

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DEVELOPED AND TAUGHT: 
- Toleration and Tolerance in the Middle Ages and early modern age, online, for UA Online (Spring 2018) (not pursued further for administrative reasons)
- Ger 412 Tales of Love (from the Middle Ages to the 20th c.), Fall 2017
- Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzival, Honors Colloquium, Fall 2016
- Happiness, Love, and Hope in the Middle Ages, Humanities Seminar, Fall 2016
-- Amor, vida, sexualidad, y muerte en el relato corto alemán y europea en el Edad Media tardía, for the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Feb. 25-Feb. 27, 2016 (together with a completely new textbook online), 9 hours block seminar, all in Spanish
- History and Culture of Ireland: course developed for the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, taught in Summer 2016 in Ireland
- Ger 379 Religion in German Culture (developed and taught in Winter 2015)
- Ger 320 History of Tolerance from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century and Beyond (developed Fall 2015)
- Ger 160C1: The German Speaking World (Spring 2015) 
- Ger 392a: The Middle Ages: German and European Perspectives in Theory and Practice (submitted Sept. 2014)
- Ger 312: War, Death, and the Hero: Medieval Epics: Beowulf, Nibelungenlied, and Rolandslied (submitted Sept. 2014; accepted Nov. 2014, and approved by the Gen.Ed. Comm. Feb. 2015; first taught in Summer 2015)
- History of German Literature: From the Hildebrandslied to Bertolt Brecht, May 2014,     Fremdsprachenphilologie, Eurasian National Gumiljov-University, Astana, Kasakhstan, May 2014
- The Medieval Quest as a Model for Us Today,” Fall 2013 (Humanities Seminar)
- Medieval Women’s Literature, online course, Summer II 2013
- Medieval Answers to Modern Questions, online course, Winter 2012/2013
- Periods in German Culture: The Middle Ages, Fall 2011
- Honor in the Midd le Ages, UoA, Honors College, Spring 2011
-The Rise and Fall of the Hero: War, Blood, and Human Destiny in Ancient and Medieval     Heroic Epics, Humanities Seminar, UoA, Fall 2010
- Senior Seminar, Capstone: From the Middle Ages to the Present
- Crossing Borders: Medieval and Renaissance Travelers and Travel Narratives,” ACMRS (ASU) Cambridge Summer Program, July/August 2010
- Masterpieces of Medieval Literature, Sookmyung International Summer School 2010, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2010 (three weeks)
- Holiness in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, developed for the NEH, based on an NEH Institute, Summer 2008
- History of Mentality: Approaches, Methodology, and Materials,” Institute of History, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited, developed and taught
- Women in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, Institute of Education, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited, developed and taught
- The Power of a Women’s Voice: Medieval Women’s Literature (developed and taught in Summer 2008, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul)
- Crossing Borders/Crossing Cultures: German Jesuits in 18th-Century Sonora
- History of German Culture and Literature, 1200 years (en lieu of Ger 496, new teaching approach)
- Medieval England Travel Course (Summer 2005)
- Castles, Cathedrals, and Courtly Love: Medieval Travel Course: Europe (Summer 2004, 2006)
- The Future of the Past (Humanities Seminar Program, COH, Fall 2002)
- Advanced German Usage (Spring 2002, first time taught)
- The History of German Literature: Heroes and Monsters (Humanities Seminar Program, COH, Spring 2001)
- The Female Voice in Medieval and Early Modern Literature. Forerunners of Modern Feminism? (Pre-session, UoA, 2000, taught 2002)
- Medieval and Early Modern European Women’s Literature (developed for ACMRS Cambridge Summer Program 2000)
- The Legacy of Medieval Literature: Medieval and Modern Voices in the History of German Literature (developed 1999)
- Utopia in Western Literature: From Plato to Shangri-La (Humanities Seminar Program, COH, Spring 1999)
- Deutsche Frauenliteratur: Die ersten 800 Jahre (1999)
- Love and War, Death and God. Medieval German Poets Speak Up (1999)
- Tales of Love: The Topic of Love in Past and Present German Literature, UA (1998)
- Voices Past and Present: Medieval and Modern German Literatur (“Gateway Course), UA (1998)
- German Literature and Culture, Oral Expression and Written Composition, Summer Program, Stade, Germany (University of New York at New Paltz) (1997)
- Die deutsche Heldenlieddichtung des Mittelalters (developed and taught, Università di Trieste) (1996)
- Begegnung mit der Fremde und den Fremden im Mittelalter (University of Freiburg, newly developed and offered) (1996)
- History of German Literature, German 400a, Correspondence Course (1994/95)
- Europe: From the French Revolution to the End of the Cold War (newly developed, Hilo Community College, HI) (1994)
- Medieval Answers to Modern Problems (newly developed, UA) (1992)
- Women and Love in Western Literature from Sappho to Christa Wolf (newly developed, UA) (1990)
- Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages (newly developed, UA) (1989)
- German Literature for High School Teachers (UA) (1988)
- History of German Literature from 1800 to the Present (UA) (1987)
- History of German Literature from 800 to the 18th Century (UA) (1990)
- German Lyric Poetry from 1200 to the Present (U of VA) (1987)
- Medieval Literary Criticism and Literary Theory (newly developed course, U of VA) (1987)
- Weimar and Nazi-Reich: Culture and Literature (newly developed course, U of VA) (1987)

INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES TAUGHT:
- Hartmann von Aue (Reid Sisson), Fall 2014
- Helene Kottannerin, A Fifteenth-Century German-Hungarian Writer (Agnes Cser), Spring 2013
- Novels by Renate Ahrens (Kirsten Bruhn), Spring 2011
- Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan (Anneke Mack), Fall 2011
- Translation of the biography of Heinrich Schenker by student Tashiri , short two week replacement of Prof. Chisholm, Fall 2010
- Teaching German in Elementary School (1994-2010)
- Translation of Philip Segesser’s 18th-century letters into English (2008)
- Translation of the Nibelungenlied and Old-High German Texts (2006)
- Deutsche Kultur des Mittelalters (2006)
- Berlin and its Modern Architecture - a web-based project (2005)
- History of the German Language (2004)
- Scientific (Pharmaceutical) German (2002)
- The Protestant Reformation
- The Nibelungenlied and its Modern Interpreters
- German Voices Past and Present
- Medieval Philosophy and Ethics within the Literary Context
- German Philology Past and Present
- Women and Arts during the Middle Ages
- Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzival
- Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages
- Gottfried von Straßburg's Tristan
- Translation German to English: André Kaminski
- Middle High German: Freidank's Bescheidenheit, Wolfram's Parzival
- Elisabeth Borchers' Lyric Poetry 
- Women and Love in Western Literature from the Antiquity to the Present
- Heroic Poetry in German Medieval Literature 
- The Role of Women in Middle High German Lyric Poetry 
- Middle High German Pre-Courtly and Epigonal Courtly Romances (12th and 13th Centuries) 
- Middle High German Courtly Romances and Heroic Epics of the 13th Century
 - Martin Luther and Women, 3-term project 
- German Literature of the 15th and 16th Centuries 
- Literary and Historical Texts of the 16th Century in Germany 
- Medieval Mongolian History and Literature (Kota Fleming, Spring 2018)
- Reading Middle High German (Carolin Radtke, Nick Petry, et al. Spring and Fall 2018)
- How to write a C.V. in German (Mengdi Han, Fall 2018)

    
DEPARTMENTAL AND UNIVERSITY-WIDE SERVICE:

- Member of numerous Master Exam Committees, 1987 to present (Dept. of German Studies):

- Graduate College Representatives for 21 Ph.D. Oral Defenses, Campus-wide, 1989 to 1999 (Finances, Political Sciences, Linguistics, Psychology, History, Astronomy, Geophysical Sciences, Hydrology, Spanish; Comparative Culture and Literary Studies; East-Asian Studies; Rehabilitation, Special Education and Physical Education)

- 16 Ph.D. Prelim. Exams 1989 to ca. 1998 (four in Anthropology, one in Nutritional Sciences, one in Education, one in Sociology, two in Astonomy, two in History, one in Chemistry, two in Spanish, one in Plant Science, one in Language, Reading & Culture), 

- Advisor to German Student Club (“Deutscher Studenten Club”), Fall 1991 to 2014
- Advisor and Assistant Editor of Student Journal: Das Fenster, UA, Spring 1992 to 1997

CLASS AND COMMUNITY PROJECTS AND OUTREACH:

Organizer and Director of a Late Medieval German Christmas Play (“Hessisches Weihnachtsspiel”) with Undergraduate Students, UA, December 1990
- Organizer and Director of a Late Medieval German Christmas Play (“Hessisches Weihnachtsspiel”) with Undergraduate Students, UA, December 1991
- Organizer and Director of Theater Play (“Erlauer Spiel”), with Undergraduate Students, UA, December 1992
- Creation and Organization of a Community-Outreach Program, “Adopt a School Program,” UA, Tucson, AZ, Fall 1992 to Fall 1993, Sam Hughes Elementary School
- Organizer, “German Christmas Fest,” UA, December 1992
- German Language Class, Univ. Students teach Middle School Students, Mansfeld Middle School, Tucson, Spring and Fall 1993 
- Organizer, “Springfest,” UA, April 1993
- Organizer, “Oktoberfest,” UA, October 1993
- Organizer, “Christmasfest,” UA, December 1993
- German Language Class, Univ. Students teach Elementary School Students, Sam Hughes Elementary School, Tucson, Spring 1994 through Spring 1995.
- Organizer and Director of a Late Medieval Drama (Dietrich Schernberg's “Frau Jutta”) with Undergraduate Students, UA, April 1994
- Organizer, “Springfest,” UA, April 1994
- Organizer and Director of Drama Performance (“Frau Jutta”), UA, April 1995
- Organizer, “Springfest,” UA, April 1995
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus-Fest,” UA, December 1995
- Organizer, “Deutsche Ecke,” Weekly Luncheons for Students and Faculty, UA, Spring and Fall 1996
- Organizer, with Mary Wildner-Bassett, Student-Award Ceremony, UA, Spring 1996
- Organizer, “German High School Campus Day,” Project of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Spring 1997 (160 students attended)
- Organizer, “Springfest,” UA, April 1997
- Organizer, Series of “Volleyball Fests,” Student/Faculty Interaction Program, Fall 1997, UA
- Organizer, “Deutsche Ecke,” Weekly Lunches for Faculty and Students, Fall 1997, UA
- Transliterator and Translator of 17th through 19th-century handwritten church records in Sutterlin, 1994 to present.
- Organizer and Chair, “German High School Campus Day,” Project of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Spring 1998 (100 students attended)
- German Studies Departmental Party, Faculty-Student Interaction, April 1998 (40 participants)
- Organizer, “Maifest,” UoA, May 1998 (90 participants)
- Member, “Early Academic Outreach Speakers Bureau,” 1998-present
- Organizer, “Adopt a School” Program,” German at Sam Hughes Elementary School, Tucson, AZ, Fall 1998-present
- Organizer, “Germanfest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, September 1998, UA (70 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus Party,” Student/Faculty Interaction, December 1998, UA (60 participants)
- Organizer and Director of Hrotsvitha of Gandersheim’s Play “Dulcitius,” performed by students of Ger. 496a, Feb. 1999
- Organizer, “German High School Campus Day,” Project of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Spring 1999 (110 students attended)
- Organizer, German “Frühlingsfest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, April 1999 (110 participants)
- Organizer, Student/Faculty Interaction: German/Hungarian Restaurant (May 1999 (16 participants)
- Volunteer at the Oktoberfest, German Heritage Klub, Sept. 1999
- Organizer, “Fall Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Nov. 1999 (92 participants)
- Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Tucson, Nov. 1999
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Dec. 1999 (50 participants)
- Organizer, “Dinner with Class,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Feb. 2000 (15 participants)
- Organizer, “German High School Campus Day,” Spring 2000 (120 students attended)
- Political Advocacy for German AP Courses at University High School, Tucson, March 2000
- Organizer, “Spring Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, April 2000 (53 participants)
- Organizer, “German under the Stars” Fall Fest, Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Sept. 2000 (73 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus-Party,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UoA, Dec. 2000 (63 participants)
- Organizer, “Springfest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UoA, March 2001 (60 participants)
- Organizer, “German High School Campus Day,” UoA, March 2001 (150 participants)
- Organizer, “Spring Semester Award Ceremony,” UoA, April 2001 (60 participants)
- Organizer, “Summer Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UoA, June 2001 (17 participants)
- Organizer, “Fall Fest/German-American Week Celebration,” UoA, Oct. 2001 (61 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UoA, Dec. 2001 (44 participants)
- Organizer, “Student/Faculty Interaction, Trad. 104,” UoA, Feb. 2002 (31 participants)
- Organizer, “German High School Campus Day,” UoA, April 2002 (178 participants)
- Organizer, “Spring Fest,” UoA, April 2002 (68 participants)
- Organizer and MC, “Medieval and Renaissance Spring Poetry Reading by Members of UAMARRC, accompanied by Collegium Musicum,” April 2002 (ca. 110 participants)
- Organizer, “Student/Faculty Interaction Program, BBQ in the Park,” May 2002 (22 participants)
- Organizer, Welcome to the Fall Semester, Aug. 2002 (72 participants)
- Organizer/Supervisor, German-After-School Program, Sam Hughes Elem. School, Fall 2002-present
- Organizer, “Student/Faculty Interaction Program, Novemberfest, Nov. 2002 (51 participants)
- Organizer and MC, “Medieval and Early-Modern Winter Poetry Reading by Members of     UAMARRC, accompanied by Sonora Musica,” Nov. 2002 (ca. 130 participants)    
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UoA, Dec. 2002 (61 participants)
- German Voice Over for “Walbro Engine” Video, Film Creations, Tucson, Nov. 2002
- Organizer, ““Student/Faculty Interaction Program,” Springfest, Feb. 2003 (30 participants)
- Translator for Dr. Martin Čičo, Curator of Medieval Art at the City Art Museum, Bratislava, Slovakia, at the Art Exhibit “Gloria et Miseria. Views of 16th and 17th Century Society,” Museum of Art, UA, Feb. 2003
- Participant, “Meet a Professional at Pizza,” Introduction of Study Abroad Programs to Freshmen, UA, Feb. 2003.
- Organizer and Director, 3 performances of own dramatized version of the Brothers Grimm “Hans im Glück” by German 475, March 1, 2003 at the Foreign Language Fair.
- Organizer, “German High School Campus Day,” UoA, April (70 participants), April 2003
- Organizer, “Book Award Ceremony,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UoA, April 2003 (46 participants)
- Organizer, “Fall Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Sept. 2003 (49 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Dec. 2003 (69 participants)
- Organizer, Film Evening for Trad. 104 Class: The Name of the Rose, Dec. 2003 (115 participants)
- Organizer, “German-after-school” program, Miles Exploratory Elementary School, Spring 2004-present
- Organizer, “Spring Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Feb. 2004 (56 participants)
- Organizer, “Book Award Ceremony,” UA, April 2004 (42 participants)
- Organizer, “German High School Campus Day,” UoA, April 2004 (100 participants/5 high schools)
- Organizer, “Summer BBQ for Medieval Travel Course,” UoA, June 2004 (11 participants)
- Organizer, Debriefing Social-Get-Together for Medieval Travel Course,” UA, Sept. 2004 (10 participants)
- Organizer, “Fall Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Oct. 2004 (59 participants)
- Organizer and MC, “Medieval and Early-Modern Winter Poetry Reading by Members of UAMARRC, Nov. 2004 (ca. 200 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus Fest,” Student/Faculty Interaction, UA, Dec. 2004 (67 participants)
- Co-Organizer, German Student Club Film Evening, UA, Dec. 2004 (20 participants)
- Organizer, Attendance of an all-German Church Service, Phoenix, Dec. 2004 (11 participants)
- Participant, “Meet a Professional at Pizza,” Introduction of Study Abroad Program “Medieval Britain” to Freshmen, UA, Feb. 2005
- Organizer and Coordinator, German High School Campus Day, UA, Feb. 2005 (90 participants)
- Organizer, “Spring Fest, BBQ, Department of German Studies,” April 2005 (75 participants)
- Organizer, “Pre-Departure Summer Travel BBQ,” May 2005 (11 participants)
- Organizer, “Post-Summer Medieval Britain Tour Get-Together,” Aug. 2005 (14 participants)
- Organizer, “BBQ for Trad 104,” Sept. 2005 (32 participants)
- Organizer, “Altweiberfest,” Department of German Studies, UA, Oct. 2005 (58 participants)
- Organizer and MC, “Medieval and Early-Modern Winter Poetry Reading by Members of UAMARRC (Nov. 2005 (133 participants)
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus-Fest, Dept. of German Studies, UA, Dec. 2005 (40 participants)
- Organizer, German Campus Day, Feb. 2006 (110 participants)
- Participant, “Pizza with a Professional - Sizzling Summer Opportunities,” UA, Feb. 2006
- Organizer, Excursion to San Xavier del Bac with students of Ger 430, March 2006
- Organizer, Springfest, Dept. of German Studies, UA, April 2006 (77 participants)
- Organizer, Pre-Departure Summer Travel BBQ, May 2006 (22 participants)
- Volunteer Instructor for a course on “Women in the Middle Ages,” The Oasis Institute, Tucson, AZ, 8 two-hour classes, Sept.-Oct. 2006
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Oct. 2006 (63 participants)
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus Fest, Dec. 2006 (63 participants)
- Presenter, “German Christmas Storytelling and Show and Tell,” Tucson Children Museum, Dec. 2006
- Organizer, Excursion to St. Benedict convent, Tucson, with Ger 278 class, Febr. 2007
- Organizer, Breakfast with students (Ger 278), Feb. 2007
- Organizer, Lunch with students (Ger 278), March 2007
- Organizer, German Campus Day for high school students, April (100 participants)
- Organizer, Pre-Departure Summer Travel BBQ, April 2007 (33 participants)
- Organizer, Lunch with students (Ger 278), April 2007
- Organizer, Spring Fest, Dept. of German Studies, May 2007 (72 participants)
- Organizer, De-Briefing Party for Medieval Travel Course Summer 2007, Slide Shows, Sept. 2007 (22 participants)
- Organizer, Excursion to Aqua Caliente, Tucson, with RAs of Sonora Residence Hall, Sept. 2007 (9 participants)
- Organizer, Departmental Fall Fest, Oct. 2007 (55 participants)
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus-Fest, German Studies Dept., Dec. 2007 (58 participants)
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, final weeks, Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Dec. 2007 (ca. 80 participants)
- Organizer, Attendance of German Christmas Service, Hillside Baptist Church, Phoenix, Dec. 2007 (11 participants)
- Organizer, Excursion to Phoenix Art Museum for Exhibit of Illuminated Manuscripts, Jan. 2008 (UAMARRC)
- Organizer, “Build your own sandwich event, meet your faculty fellow,” Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Feb. 2008 (ca. 60 participants)
- Organizer, Excursion to San Xavier del Bac, together with a lunch, March 2008 (20 participants)
- Organizer, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, April 2008 (14 inductees, ca. 30 participants)
- Organizer, Pre-Departure BBQ, Medieval Travel Course, April 2008 (33 participants)
- Organizer, Spring Fest, Department of German Studies, May 2008 (66 participants)
- Organizer, De-Briefing Pizza Party, Medieval Travel Course, Sept. 2008 (14 participants)
- Organizer, Pizza Party with the RA Staff of Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Sept. 2008 (17 participants)
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Department of German Studies, Nov. 2008 (36 participants)
- Organizer, “Build your own sandwich event, meet your faculty fellow,” Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Nov. 2008 (ca. 50 participants)
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus-Fest, Department of German Studies, Dec. 2008 (46 participants)
- Organizer, attendance of a German Christmas church service in Phoenix, Dec. 2008 (8 participants)
- Organizer, “Build your own sandwich event,” Arizona/Sonora residence hall, Jan. 2009 (20 participants)
- Organizer, Pizza Party with the RA Staff of Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall (18 participants), Feb. 2009
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, paper clinic, Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, March 2009 (20 participants)
- Organizer and Leader, Excursion to the Dale Chihuly Glass Art Exhibit, Phoenix Desert Botanical Garden, with Honors students, March 2009 (12 participants)
- Organizer, Spring Fest, Department of German Studies, April 2009 (95 participants)
- Organizer, Paper Clinic,” Arizona/Sonora residence hall, May 2009 (25 participants)
- Organizer, Pre-Departure BBQ, Medieval Travel Course, May 2009 (23 participants)
- Organizer, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, May 2009 (6 inductees, 15 participants)
- Organizer, De-Briefing Party for Medieval Travel Course Summer Slide Shows, Sept. 2009 (19 participants)
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, paper clinic, Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Sept. 2009 (22 participants)
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Department of German Studies, Oct. 2009 (54 participants)
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, paper clinic, Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Nov. 2009 (20 participants)
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Dec. 2009 (40 participants)
- Organizer and Leader, Excursion to a Karl May Exhibit at the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park (14 participants), Jan. 2010
- Organizer, attendance of a dress rehearsal at the School of Dance, UA, Feb. 2010 (10 participants)
- Co-Organizer, German Student Club BBQ, Feb. 2010 (ca. 50 participants)
- Organizer, Lunch with students (Ger 312) at Paradise Bakery, Tucson, April 2010 (14 participants)
-Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, April 2010 (25 participants)
- Organizer, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, April 2010 (7 inductees)
- Organizer, Spring Fest, Dept. of German Studies, April 2010 (61 participants)
- Organizer, Honors Table, Accolades Awards Ceremony, April 2010 (4 students)
- Organizer, Pre-Departure BBQ for Medieval Europe Travel Course, May 2010 (16 participants)
- Welcome with Eeegees sandwiches to the move-in students of Pima Hall, Aug. 2010
- Organizer, De-Briefing Party for Medieval Travel Course Summer 2010, Sept. 2010 (13 participants)
- Organizer, Excursion to Sea Life, Tempe, with Honors Students, Sept. 2010 (15 participants)
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Oct. 2010 (52 participants)
-Organizer, Breakfast in Pima Hall: Meet your Faculty Fellow, Nov. 2010 (ca 15 participants)
- Study Abroad Program: Medieval Study Tour, International Education Week, Nov. 2010
- Organizer, Excursion to San Xavier del Bac, with Ger 430 students (18 participants)
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages,” DSC (Pablo Neruda and own poetry), Nov. 2010
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Dec. 2010 (40 participants)
- Organizer, Chicken Dinner for Students, Pima Residence Hall, Dec. 2010 (20 participants)
- Organizer, Attendance of German Christmas Service at Mountain View Lutheran Church, Phoenix, Dec. 2010 (8 participants)
- Organizer, Spring Semester Welcome Dinner with the R.A.s of La Cienega Residence Hall, UoA, Jan. 2011 (7 participants)
- Organizer, “Build your own sandwich” event, La Cienega Residence Hall, Jan. 2011 (26 participants)
- Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Jan. 2011
- Organizer, Attendance of Carmina Burana dance performance, School of Dance and Theatre, UA, with students from La Cienega, Feb. 2011 (16 attendants)
- Participant reader, “Walther von der Vogelweide,” “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages,” DSC, UA, Feb. 2011 
- Organizer, Create a Salad Bar, Group Project, La Cienega Residence Hall, Feb. 2011 (29 participants)
- “Study Abroad: Medieval Europe and Cambridge,” La Cienega Residence Hall, Feb. 2011
- Participant Reader, “Oswald von Wolkenstein,” “Fisch out fo Water: An Evening of Accented Languages,” DSC, UA, Feb. 2011
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages,” DSC, April 2011 (Johannes von Tepl and Charles d’Orléans)
- Organizer, Create a Salad Bar, Group Project, La Cienega Residence Hall, April 2011 (25 participants)
- Organizer, Cooking of a Taco Dinner, for La Cienega Residence Hall, April 17, 2011 (25 participants)
- Organizer, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, April 2011 (10 inductees)     
- Organizer, Springfest, April 2011 (83 participants)
- Excursion to Picacho Peak with students, along with lunch, April 2011 (11 participants)
- Organizer, Predeparture BBQ with students (and some parents) of my summer study tour, May 2011 (28 participants).
- Organizer, Fruitbasket, “Apache and Santa Cruz Residence Hall, UA, Aug. 2011 (32 participants)
- Translator, two poems by Thomas Kunst for a public reading at the UA, Oct. 2011
- Organizer, Pizza and photo event with students from my medieval travel course May/June 2011 (14 participants)
- Organizer, Spaghetti dinner, Apache and Santa Cruz Residence Hall, UA, Sept. 2011 (28 participants)
- Organizer, Kaffeeklatsch, Yavapai Residence Hall, UA, Sept. 2011 (25 participants)
- Organizer, “Study Abroad Opportunities Now and Tomorrow,” Yavapai Residence Hall, UA, Oct. 2011 (27 participants)
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages: My own recent poems,” UA, Oct. 2011
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Oct. 2011 (47 participants)
- Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Tucson, Nov. 2011 (20 participants)
-Organizer, Cooking of a Taco Dinner, for Yavapai Residence Hall, UA, Nov. 2011 (30 participants)
- Organizer, Visit of a dress rehearsal, School of Dance, UA, Nov. 2011 (16 participants)
- Organizer, Thanksgiving dinner for students of Hopi Residence Hall, UA, Nov. 2011 (8 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus-Fest,” UA, December 2011 (60 participants)
- Organizer, late night breakfast, Apache-Santa Cruz residence hall, Dec. 2011 (66 participants)
- Organizer, Thank you dinner for graders and T.A. in Ger 160D, Dec. 2011
- Organizer and cook, pancakes on Sunday, Yavapai residence hall, Jan. 2012 (30 participants)
- Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Jan. 2012 (4 hours)
- Organizer, Sandwich bar, Yavapai residence hall, Feb. 2012 (26 participants)
- Organizer, Salad bar, Yavapai residence Hall, Feb. 2012 (15 participants)
- Participant, staffing the booth of the College of Humanities at the book fair (2 hours), March 2012
- Organizer and cook, pancakes on Sunday, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, March 2012 (35 participants)
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages,” DSC, April 2012: my own poetry
- Organizer and MC of Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, April 2012 (20 new inductees; 40 participants)
- Organizer, MC, and cook, Spring fest, Dept. of German Studies, April 2012 (76 participants)
-Organizer, Pizza party, Yavapai Residence Hall, April 2012 (25 participants)
- Organizer, Fruit basket, Yuma Residence Hall, Aug. 2012 (40 participants)
- Organizer, After-School German program at Miles Exploratory and Sam Hughes Elementary School with four students, Fall 2012
- Organizer, Taco Bar, San Pedro Residence Hall, Sept. 2012 (46 participants)
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages,” DSC (Walther von der Vogelweide), Sept. 2012
- Organizer, Pizza and Discussion of Study Habits for Students, Yuma Residence Hall, Oct. 2012 (29 participants)
- Organizer and Teacher, Review session for Ger 160D1 in preparation of exam, Oct. 2012
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages,” DSC (Petrach’s sonnets), Oct. 2012
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Oct. 2012 (43 participants)
- Organizer, driver, and guide, excursion with students to Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Nov. 2012 (8 participants)
- Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Nov. 2012 (4 hours)
- Participant, Judge, Third Annual North Area Chili Cook-off!, Nov. 2012
- Excursion with students to San Xavier del Bac, Nov. 2012 (11 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus-Fest,” UA, December 2012 (56 participants)
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages” (my own poetry), Dec. 2012
- Organizer, Late-Night Breakfast, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, Dec. 2012 (40 participants)
- Organizer, Thank you dinner for graders and T.A. in Ger 160D, Dec. 2012 (6 participants)
- Organizer, Cook a soup together, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, Jan. 2013 (20 participants)
- Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Jan. 2013 (4 hours)
- Organizer, Taco Bar, San Pedro Residence Hall (32 participants), Jan. 2013 (3 hours)
- Organizer, Pizza Dinner, San Pedro Residence Hall, Feb. 2013 (13 participants)
- Host for students of Empire High School, Vail, introduction to German Studies, tour of library, Feb. 2013
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, San Pedro Residence Hall, April 2013 (30 participants)
- Organizer, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, April 2013 (6 inductees, ca. 33 participants)
- Organizer, Spring fest, Himmel Park, together with Book Award Ceremony, UA, April 2013 (81 participants)
- Co-Organizer, Late-Night Breakfast at the dorm, San Pedro Residence Hall, May 2013 (37 participants)
- Organizer, Debriefing Social-Get-Together for Medieval Travel Course,” UA, Sept. 2013 (17 participants)
- Organizer, reading group, Middle High German, Nibelungenlied, UA, Sept.-Dec. 2013 (once a week meetings throughout the semester)
- Organizer, Get-to-Know-Each-Other event, San Pedro Residence Hall, Oct. 2013 (22 participants)
- Organizer, Cooking of a Taco Dinner, for San Pedro Residence Hall, Oct. 2013 (44 participants)
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Himmel Park, Nov. 2013 (25 participants)
- Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Nov. 2013 (4 hours)
- Organizer, Preparation of a Pancake Dinner, San Pedro Residence Hall, Nov. 2013 (24 participants)
- Participant, Judge, Fourth Annual North Area Chili Cook-off!, Nov. 2013
-Thanksgiving Dinner with students in Graham/Greely, Nov. 2013 (10 participants)
- Organizer of St. Nikolaus Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Dec. 2013 (56 participants)
- Participant reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages: Group reading of Der Ritter und die Nüsse,” Dec. 2013 (together with Ethan Roger, Charly Mostert, Carolin Radke, and Ranae Bowen)
- Late Night Breakfast, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, Dec. 2013 (50 participants)
- Organizer, cook your own soup, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, Feb. 2014 (20 participants)
- Organizer, together with Fabian Alfie, a reception in honor of the new Thematic Minor in Medieval Studies, March 2014
- Organizer, leader, and driver, excursion to Tuzigoot/Cottonwood and Montezuma’s Castle, AZ, one day excursion (7 a.m. to 6 p.m.) for Honors College and German Studies, March 2014 (10 participants)
- Organizer, fish dinner, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, March 2014 (16 participants)
- Participant, Study Abroad Fair, March 2014 (4 hours)
- Co-Host for students of Empire High School, Vail, introduction to German Studies, tour of library, April 2014
- Judge, Ace of Cake Competition, Student Hall Residences Competition, April 2014
- Organizer, Cooking of a Taco Dinner, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, April 2014 (25 participants)
- Organizer, Spring fest, Himmel Park, together with Book Award Ceremony, UA, April 2014 (52 participants)
- Organizer and MC, Delta Phi Alpha Honor Society Induction Ceremony, UA, April 2014 (34 participants)
- Organizer, Pizza Welcome Dinner, Brawls/Eller Lodge, UA, Sept. 2014 (30 participants)
- Organizer, De-Briefing Meeting for Medieval Travel Course Summer 2014, Sept. 2014 (13 participants)    
- Organizer, Sunday Brunch for Brawles/Eller Lodge, Sept. 2014 (24 participants)    
- Participant, Study Abroad Fair, 4 hours staffing a booth, talked to ca. 90 students, Sept. 2014
- Organizer, Sunday Lunch for Brawles/Eller Lodge, Oct. 2014 (12 participants)
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Himmel Park, Oct. 2014 (35 participants)    
- Co-Host for students of Amphi High and Cholla High School, Tucson, introduction to German Studies, tour of library and campus, Nov. 2014 
- Organizer, Pancake brunch for Brawles/Eller Lodge, Nov. 2014 (13 participants)
- Organizer of St. Nikolaus Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Dec. 2014 (100 participants)    
- Organizer, leader, and driver, excursion to the German Christkindel-Market, Phoenix, Dec. 2014 (9 participants)
- Organizer, Cooking of a Taco Dinner, Raws/Eller Residence Hall, Feb. 2015 (20 participants)
- Organizer, Cooked a Spaghetti dinner for Raws/Eller Residence Hall, March 2015 (18 participants)
- Organizer and Presider, Spring Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Tucson, March 2015 (17 participants, 4 speakers) 
- Organizer, Spring Fest, Dept. of German Studies, April 2015 (65 participants)
- Organizer and MC, Delta Phi Alpha Honor Society Induction Ceremony, UA, April 2015 (7 inductees, 17 participants altogether)
- Judge, LMIT Award 2015 (two translation projects), April
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, Rawls/Eller Residence Hall, May 2015 (8 participants)
- Organizer and Lead Editor, Translation of Thomas Schuster’s novel Astrogatia Concordia: The Perfect System (by T. H. Moedriach, 2011) into English (8 students)
- Banana and Nutella Evening, Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Aug. 2015 (30 participants)
- De-Briefing party for the Medieval Summer Travel Course, Aug. 2015 (10 participants)
- Fall Fest, Himmel Park, Tucson, Nov. 2015 (69 participants)
- Organizer, together with Don McCarthy, Thanksgiving Dinner, AZ/SO and Coronado Residence Hall, Nov. 2015 (27 participants)
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus-Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Dec. 2015 (120 participants)
- Organizer, Pizza with a Study Abroad Advisor, AZ/SO Residence Hall, Jan. 2016 (22 participants) 
- Organizer, Taco dinner, AZ/SO Residence Hall, Feb. 2016 (37 participants)
- Reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages: 2 poems by Rilke in French and one of my own poems, Feb. 2016
- Organizer, Pizza and Ping Pong Night, AZ/SO Residence Hall, March 2016 (16 participants)
- Reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages: 2 poems by Miguel Unamuno (in Spanish), April 2016
- Organizer, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, April 2016 (17 new inductees)
Organizer, Eegee’s sandwich and Ping Pong night, AZ/SO Residence Hall, April 2016 (21 participants)
- Organizer, Spring Fest, Dept. of German Studies, April 2016 (65 participants)
- Organizer, De-briefing party for students from Summer Study Abroad, Aug. 2016 (11 participants
- Backgammon evening with Chinese food, La Aldea, Sept. 2016 (25 participants)
- Study Abroad Fair, booth for Medieval Europe, 4 hours, Oct. 2016
- Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting (immersion weekend) of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, at ASU, Tempe (5 presenters; 24 participants), Oct. 2016
- Picnic in Agua Caliente State Park with R.A.s from La Aldea, Oct. 2016 (four hours)
- Fruit Basket event, La Aldea, Oct. 2016 (10 participants)
- Fall Fest, Department of German Studies, Nov. 2016 (40 participants)
- Organizer and Leader, Excursion to Tombstone, Bisbee, Naco, and Sierra Vista for Honors Students (Nov. 2016; 12 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus-Fest,” UA, Dec. 2016 (82 participants)
- Organizer, “Pizza Dinner,” La Aldea, Jan. 2017 (ca. 20 participants)
- Organizer, “Happy Hour Sandwich Bar,” La Aldea, Jan. 2017 (ca. 15 participants)
- Organizer, “Saturday Night Movie Event with Food and Entertainment,” La Aldea, March 2017 (ca. 25 participants)
- Reader, “Fisch out of Water: An Evening of Accented Languages, “Hildebrandslied,” March 2017
- Organizer, Taco Dinner, La Aldea, April 2017 (ca. 25 participants)
- Organizer, “Spring fest,” April 2017 (ca. 68 participants)
- Organizer and MC, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, April 2017 (11 new inductees)
- Organizer, Easter Egg Coloring, La Aldea, April 2017 (ca. 20 participants)
- Touring of the UoA Library for students from Canyon del Oro, May 2017
- Organizer, Sandwich and Pasta Dinner, La Aldea, May 2017 (ca. 25 participants)
- Organizer, “De-Briefing Party for Medieval Europe Summer Study Abroad, 2017, Sept. 2017 (6 participants)
- Study Abroad Fair, booth for Medieval Europe, 4 hours, Sept. 2017
- Organizer, Fruit Basket, La Aldea Residence Hall, 20 participants, Sept. 2017
- Organizer, Attendance of Modern Jazz Dance Performance, School of Dance, Sept. 2017
- Organizer, Friday night snacks for gaming group, La Aldea Residence Hall, 25 participants, Oct. 2017
- Organizer, Fall Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Oct. 2017 (39 participants)
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event. La Aldea, Nov. 2017 (ca. 25 participants)
- Organizer, “St. Nikolaus-Fest,” UA, Dec. 2017 (99 participants)
- Volunteer, “Late Night Breakfast for Students,” Student Union, Dec. 2017
- Organizer, Pizza Night, La Aldea, Nov. 2017 (ca. 30 participants)
- Organizer, “Build your own sandwich event, La Aldea, Jan. 2018 (ca. 30 participants)
- Co-Organizer, Party for Super Bowl, La Aldea, Feb. 2018 (ca. 25 participants)
- Study Abroad Fair, booth for Medieval Europe, Feb. 2018 (2 hours)
- “Pie Evening,” La Aldea, March 2018 (ca. 35 participants)
 - Organizer and MC, Induction Ceremony, Delta Phi Alpha, UA, March 2018 (5 new members)
- Organizer, Spring fest, Department of German Studies, April 2018 (60 participants)
- Volunteer with Move-In for freshmen, Aug. 2018 (3 hours)
- Organizer, Debriefing Social-Get-Together for Medieval Travel Course,” UA, Aug. 2018 (12 participants)
- Study Abroad Fair, booth for Medieval Europe, 4 hours, Sept. 2018
- Game Night with Pizza, La Aldea Residence Hall, Sept. 2018 (20 participants)
- Sunday Brunch for residents, La Aldea Residence Hall, Oct. 2018 (35 participants)
- Fall Fest, Dept. of German Studies, Oct. 2018 (37 participants)
- Participant, COH Study Abroad Fair, staffing the both, Nov. 2018 (4 hours)
- Organizer, Night with Pizza, La Aldea Residence Hall, Nov. 2018 (20 participants)
- Organizer, Sandwich evening, La Aldea Residence Hall, Nov. 2018 (20 participants)
- Organizer, St. Nikolaus fest, Dept. of German Studies, Dec. 2018 (73 participants)
- De-briefing pizza event for Ger 312 (online winter course), Jan. 2019 (6 participants)
- Cheese and cracker evening, La Aldea Residence Hall, Jan. 2019 (15 participants)
- Contributor, Gaming and Dance Night, La Aldea Residence Hall, Jan. 2019 (30 participants)
- Participant (booth), Study Abroad Fair, COH, Feb. 2019 (4 hours)
- Organizer, Attendance of a Dress Rehearsal, “Dances from the Heart,” UA School of Dance, with residents of La Aldea, Feb. 2019 (10 participants)
- Organizer, Salad Evening, La Aldea, March 2019 (10 participants)
- Organizer, Surprise event with spring rolls for Spring, La Aldea, March 2019 (ca. 15 participants)
- Participant, Foreign Language Fair, UoA, March 2018
- Organizer, Spring fest, March 2018 (49 participants)
- Organizer, Surprise dinner, La Aldea Residence Hall, April 2019
- Organizer, pizza event, La Aldea, Residence Hall, April 2019
- Participant, representing the Dept. of German Studies, at the Student-Faculty Interaction Grant     Showcase, Student Union (2 hours), April 2019
- Organizer, Fruit basket, La Aldea Residence Hall, April 2019
- Organizer, Asian food, La Aldea Residence Hall, April 2019
- Organizer, Induction Ceremony for Delta Phi Alpha, May 2019 (3 students)
- Organizer, Sandwich event, La Aldea Residence Hall, May 2019 (15 students)
- Organizer, “De-Briefing Party for Medieval Europe Summer Study Abroad 2019, Aug. 2019 (10 participants)
- Study Abroad Fair, booth for Medieval Europe, 4 hours, Sept. 2019
- Organizer, Sandwich event, La Aldea Residence Hall, Sept. 2019 (15 students)
- Organizer, Build your own sandwich event, La Aldea Residence Hall, Oct. 2019 (20 students)
- Organizer, Fall fest, Dept. of German Studies, Oct. 2019 (ca. 30 participants)
- Organizer, Movie Night with Snacks, La Aldea Residence Hall, Oct. 2019 (ca. 25 participants)
- Organizer, Pizza evening, La Aldea Residence Hall, Oct. 2019 (ca. 20 participants)
- Organizer, St. Niklaus Fest, Dec. 2019 (60 participants)

                            
HONORS, SENIOR, AND M.A. THESES:

- Honor’s Thesis Director for Tanya Amber Settle, Univ. of Arizona, 1990-1991: “Women in Martin Luther's Life and Theology”
- M.A. Thesis Advisor for Sandra McGregor, Univ. of Arizona, 1994-1995: “Translation of André Kaminski's Herzflattern (1984),” not completed
- M.A. Thesis Advisor for Angelika Ryan, Univ. of Arizona, 1996: “The Nibelungenlied and Parallel Russian Heroic Epics,” not completed
- M.A. Thesis Advisor for Brett Wilson, Univ. of Arizona, 1997: “Father-Son Relations in Medieval Literature and 20th-Century Star-War Movies,” not completed
- M.A. Thesis Advisor for Petra Schlüter, Univ. of Arizona, 1998: “Communication as a Social Phenomenon in Medieval German Literature”
- M.A. Thesis Advisor for Jennifer Rideout, Univ. of Arizona, 1998: “Mothers and Daughters in Medieval German Literature” (Superior)
- M.A. Thesis Advisor for Jonathan Paton, Univ. of Arizona, 1998/99: “Communication and Violence in the German Middle Ages” (Superior)
- M.A. Thesis Advisor for Frank Congin, Univ. of Arizona, 2000/01: “Cultural Tradition of Women Writers at the Habsburg Court” (Superior)
- Certificate of Commendation Award for Jonathan M. Wiens, UA, May 2002
- Certificate of Commendation Award for Liza M. Raiser, UA, Dec. 2002
- Certificate of Commendation Award for Paige Haber, UA, May 2004        
- Placement of Alicia Sampson and Gary Tang in the 2005 Transatlantic Internship Program with the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest
- Placement of Scott Cooper in the 2006 Transatlantic Internship Program with the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest
- Support and successful placement of Aaron Wright in winning the Contest for one week in Munich offered by Lewis and Clark College (for June 2007)
- Nomination of Scott Cooper for the Undergraduate Senior Graduating Award (March 2007, successful)
– M.A. thesis by Melanie Bathan, “Dietrich von der Gletze and Mulan: Cross-Dressing and Gender Roles in the Middle Ages and Today” (2007)
- nomination of Todd Patrick Savoy and Emily Moore for the 2008 Transatlantic Internship Program with the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest
- M.A. thesis by James Howell, “Historical Awareness in Medieval German Literature,” 2008
- Independent Study Project with Ph.D. student Antonella Cassia, German Travelogues, 17th-19th centuries.
- Placement of Stephan Classen in internship position, Karlsruhe, Summer 2007
- Nomination of Adam Breen for the “XXX German-American Young Leaders Conference,” Atlantik-Brücke, Aug. 2008.
- Placement of Kyle Kryger, Todd Savoy, and Robin Sendlein in internship positions in Germany (Summer 2008)
- Nomination of Courtney Johnson and Daniel Sullivan for the Honors College Outstanding Senior Award (successful, May 2008)
- Nomination of Stephanie Duisberg, Amphi High, Tucson, for the Outstanding Teacher Award (AATG, successful) 
- evaluation of Ph.D. entrance papers by Silke Lipinski and Andrea Beierl, Jan. 2009
- Honors Thesis by Sabine Köhler-Curry, “Late-Medieval Women’s Communities in Conflict with the Secular Authorities: The Case of the Convent of Wienhausen,” Spring 2009
- Nomination of Sabine Köhler-Curry for the Outstanding Senior Award, COH, April 2009, received commendation
- Successful nomination of Ivan Grubisic for the Pillars of Excellence Award, April 2009
- Successful nomination of Ivan Grubisic for the Outstanding Senior Award, COH, May 2009
- Placement of Chris Floess in internship position in Germany (Fall 2009)
- Nomination of Kyle Kryger for the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award, COH, May 2010 (received commendation)
- Nomination of Elizabeth Merkhofer for the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award, COH, Dec. 2010 (winner of the award)
- Nomination of Jason Ernst for the Pillar of Excellence Award, Dec. 2010 (successful)
- Nomination of Piotr M. Banaszczyk, Bambi Nehring, and Jason Ernst, for the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award, COH, May 2011 (except for Jason, all received Honorable Mention)
- Nomination of Tina Badstübner for the Outstanding GIDP GTA award for Fall 2010-Spring 2011 (successful)            
- Placement of Yi-Chieh Chen in internship position in Germany, Karlsruhe (Summer 2011).
- Successful nomination of John Doyle Wagner for the Pillars of Excellence Award, Dec. 2011/March 2012
- Director for Diane Richardson’s Term Paper “Sprachkritik im Kontext der österreichischen Nachkriegsliteratur: Konrad Bayers „Kasperl am elektrischen Stuhl“ (April-May 2013)
- Nomination of Glenn Allen Elms for the Pillar of Excellence Award, Honors College, Dec. 2014
- Director for Senior Thesis, Reid Sisson, “Hartmann von Aue: the Relativity of Perception,” also submitted to the University of Berkeley German Undergraduate Essay Contest, Feb. 2015
- Nomination of Laisa Neuner for the Provost Senior Award (Jan. 2016)
- Co-member of the Dissertation Committee for Agnes Czer, “Friedrich Schiller’s Sense of Poetic Calling and the Role of the Poetic Idea in His Emerging Professional Identity” (Spring 2017-Spring 2018)
- Nominating Jasmine Acfalle and Lili Steffen for the graduating senior award (Spring 2017)
- Nomination of Alex Zormeier for the graduating senior award (Fall 2017)
- Nomination of Ciara Daniels for the graduating senior award (Spring 2018); she received Certificate of Honorable Mention
- Nomination of Carolin Radtke for the “Make a Difference—TEACH GERMAN!” award from AATG/Klett (Sept. 2018)
- Nomination of Makenna Longwood, Rigel S. Carlson, and Alexandra K. W. Johnson for the Pillars of Excellence award (Honors students), March 2019 

DIRECTION AND ADVISING OF DOCTORAL THESIS:

- “La représentation de l’allemagne et des Allemands par des chroniqueurs français et bourguignons dans la deuxième moitié du quinzième siècle...” Dissertation by Guido Gerloff, UA, Spring 1991 to 1993 (discontinued)
- Advising of Milton B. Knutson, Dept. of French and Italian, UA, dissertation on François Roncet, UA, Fall 1993 
- “The Libro de Apolonio: Language and Versification,” by Christopher J. Donahue, Co-Directed, UA, Spring and Summer 1994
- “The Image of the Turks in Early Modern German Literature,” by Robert Shea, University of Toronto, Fall 1995 to Spring 1997 (discontinued).
- “The Negotiation of Gender and Power in Medieval German Writings,” by Daniela Hempen, University of British Columbia, Spring 1998 (Ph.D. thesis rejected)
- Member of Doctoral Committee for Juan Félix Bellido, “Mujeres escritoras medievales. La autobiografía de Leonor López de Córdoba,” Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Filología Alemana, Sevilla, Spring 2004
- Ph.D. Qualifying Exam, Veronica Ostertag, UA, 2004 (Minor)
- Ph.D. Thesis Co-Advisor for Marsha Frakes Waggoner, UA, 2004-2005: “Middle English Anchoritic Literature” (passed in April 2005)
- Ph.D. Minor Advisor for Tina Badstübner (2007/2008)
 - Master Thesis by James Ford Howell, “The Use and Representation of History in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival (Spring 2008)
- Outside Evaluator (“Opponent”) of Dr. Susanna Niiranen’s doctoral disseration, « Miroir de mérite ». Valeurs sociales, rôles et image de la femme dans les textes trobairitz du XIIe et XIIIe siècle,” University of Jyväskylä, Finland, Jan. 2009 (in French, detailed report of 4 pp.); examiner in Jyväskylä, March 2009.
- Member of Ph.D. Committee for Casey Hasey (April/May 2009)
- Ph.D. Minor Advisor for Agnes Cser (2014-2015)
- Supervisor for Senior Thesis by Reid Sisson, “Hartmann von Aue: the Relativity of Perception: Medieval Epistemology for the 21st Century,” also submitted to the Berkeley German Undergraduate Essay Competition, March 2015
- Supervisor for Martin Opitz and Carolin Radtke, term paper in partial fulfillment for the Ph.D. requirement (April 2015)
- Chair, M.A. Exam of Mark E. Rogers (April 2015)
- Member, M.A. Exam of Nicholas McNutt (April 2015)
- Faculty Mentor for Amalie Sielaff (2016-2017)
- Mentoring Agnes Czer (Jan. 2017)
- Mentoring Thomas Fuhr and Yannleon Chen (2017-2018)
- Director, Ph.D. diss. by Carolin Radtke (2017-2018; broken off)
- Member of the diss. committee for Agnes Czer (2017-2018): “Ich bin und bleibe bloß Poet und als Poet werde ich auch sterben’: Friedrich Schiller’s Sense of Poetic Calling and the Role of the Poetic Idea in His Emerging Professional Identity as a Dramaturge”
- Chair, M.A. exam with Nick Petry, April 2019
- Faculty Mentor for Wojtek Gornicki (2019-2020)

ACADEMIC SERVICE (DEPARTMENTAL):
2019-2020    Member, Search Committee, Assistant Professor Search Committee
2019            Third-year review committee for Dr. Joela Jacobs (Fall)
2018            Member, Master Exam, Laura Tellechea
2017-2018    Member, Master Exam, Amalie Sielaff 
2017-2018    Co-Chair, Colloquium Series, organized 8 lectures, invited from across campus, chaired.    
2017            Chair, Master Exam, Matthew Mulconney
2016-18        Chair, Ph.D. Committee for Carolin Radtke (broken off by herself)
2016-            Member, Study Abroad Committee
2014-15        Member, screening and interviewing candidate for new Asst. Prof. position at the MLA annual convention, Vancouver, BC
2014            Interview of 10 graduate students for 3 grader positions (Ger 160D1), Aug.
2013            Member, Selection Committee for the Federation of German-American Clubs Award
2013            Taught Graduate Class on Konrad Bayer, “kasperl am elektrischen Stuhl,” April
2013            Evaluation of Ph.D. candidates for our program (7 files)
2012-2017    Member, Executive Committee
2012-             Chair, Undergraduate Committee
2012-             Member, Study Abroad Committee        
2011-2012     Member, Executive Committee
2009-2011     Chair, Undergraduate Committee
2009-2010     Member, Executive Committee
2009-2011     Member, Study Abroad Committee
2009-present Delta Phi Alpha Faculty Advisor
2009             Member, Undergraduate Committee
2008-             Honors Advisor
2007-2008     Member, Search Committee
2007-2008     Co-Organizer (with David Chisholm) of Faculty Lecture Series
2007-             Delta Phi Alpha Faculty Advisor
2007             Clean up of the Departmental Library
2006-2007     Cross-listing of Ger 278 with History
2006-2007     Member of the APR Committee
2006             Member, Ad-hoc Committee for Trad 103 course
2006-2008     Member, Graduate Grievance Committee
2005             Member, Ad-hoc Library Committee
2005-2006     Member, Weinel Scholarship Committee
2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 Creation, Coordination, and Updating of Application Package for                 Provost’s Award for Meritorious Departmental Achievements in Undergraduate Instruction
2004             Local Coordinator for the International Educational Cooperative Program (Work                 Program, Dr. Günther Seefeldt)
2004             Member, Weinel Scholarship Committee
2003-             Chair, Undergraduate Committee
2004-2005     Member, Ad-hoc Ph.D. Planning Committee
2003-2008     Member, Study Abroad Committee
2002-2004     Member, Executive Committee
2002-2008     Chair, Undergraduate Committee
2002             Omnibus Committee
2001-2002     Member, Search Committee, Assistant Professor Search Committee
2001             Chair, two M.A. Examinations, Spring
2001             Member, Executive Committee
2000             Member, Ad-hoc Course Planning Discussion Group (German Culture Course)
1999             Member, Oskar Grunow Fellowship Selection Committee
1999             Organizer and Director of a Preceptorship Program
1998-1999     Member, Executive Committee
1998-2000, 2000-2001 Chair, Teaching & Curriculum Committee
1998             Chair, three M.A. Examinations, Spring
1998             Volunteered in Graduate Student Study Group, Spring
1997-1998     Member, Assistant-Professor Job Search Committee
1997-1998     Member, Teaching & Curriculum Committee
1997-2000     Member, Study Abroad Committee
1997             Chair, two M.A. Examinations, Spring
1997             Member, Ad-Hoc, Taos Fellowship Evaluation Committee
1997             Member, Ad-Hoc Merit Evaluation Committee
1997             Member, Oskar-Grunow Fellowship Selection Committee
1997             Member, Delta-Phi-Alpha Honor Society’s Selection and Induction Committee
1996-1997     Member, Assistant-Professor Job Search Committee 
1995-2000     Local Coordinator for the International Educational Cooperative Program (Work Program, Dr. Günther Seefeldt)
1995             Member, Prof. Jane Rice Fourth-Year Review Committee
1995-1997     Member, Executive Committee 
1995-1996     Chair, Teaching & Curriculum Committee
1995 to present Undergraduate Advisor
1992 to 1994     Chair, Study Abroad Committee
1992 to 1994     Undergraduate Advisor    
1993 (Fall)     Coordinator of German Language Courses (German 202)
1992-2000     Member of Promotion & Tenure Committee
1992 to 1994     Member of Teaching & Curriculum Committee
1992-1998     Member of Library Committee
1991 (Fall)     Co-Coordinator of German Language Courses (German 201)
1991             Member of the Task Force for Departmental Mission Statement and Renaming
1991 (Spring) Coordinator of German Language Courses (German 202)
1991 to 1992     Departmental Recorder (Minutes of Faculty Meetings)
1988 to 1991, 1992 to 1994 Member of the Teaching and Curriculum Committee, Dept. of                 German
1989 to 1991     Member of the Graduate Committee, Dept. of German
1988 to present Public Relation Officer for the Dept. of German
1987 (Fall) to 1988 (Spring) and 1989 (Fall) Coordinator of German Undergraduate Courses             (German 201)
1987 to 1992     Chair, Library Committee, Dept. of German
1987 to 1991     Member of the Executive Committee, Dept. of German 
1987             Member of the Grunow-Fellowship Selection Committee, Dept. of German
    
ACADEMIC SERVICE and WORKSHOPS (CAMPUS, State)
2019    Member, tenure track search committee, evaluation of 63 files, Nov.
2019    Member, selection committee for the Centennial Awards, 10 M.A. students and 24 Ph.D. students, Oct.
2019    Tour of campus for Prof. Alfred Gouaffo, University of Dschang, Cameroon, Oct.
2019    Voice coach for Christine Renee Graham, opera singer, Flagstaff, Middle High German, Oct.
2019    Campus workshop, General Education program, UoA, Oct.
2019    Sept., Co-Organizer and Co-Staffer, Major Fair (ca. 3 hours)
2019    Member, DAAD campus selection committee (3 candidates) (Sept.)
2019    Introduction to graduate students, Dept. of German Studies, Aug.
2019    Workshop, Introduction to the SALT Center, Aug.
2019    Workshop, SHARP Smart Office, Faculty User Training, Aug.
2019-2020    Member,  College of Humanities Promotion and Tenure Committee 
2019    Workshop, Disability and the SALT Center, Advising, April
2019    Organizer, Early Book Lecture Series, UoA, April, 3 lectures
2019    Judge, Grad Slam Competition, March
2019    Workshop, “Peer Review of Teaching Protocol,” UoA, March
2019    “Promoting Equity Through Inclusive Teaching Practices,” UoA, March
2019    Volunteer, Festival of Books, CoH, UoA, March
2019    Workshop, “Bias in the Classroom,” UoA, Feb.
2019    “Perspectives on Diversity & Inclusion Speaker Series: Mentoring Across the Racial Divide: Advising to Expose the Hidden Curriculum,” by Dr. Stephanie Troutman, Feb.
2019    Organizer and chair, Spring meeting of the AZ AATG chapter, ASU, Tempe, Feb.
2019    Workshop, Works-in-Progress with Dr. Chandra Talpade Mohanty, UA, Feb.
2019    Member, Selection Committee for University Distinguished Professors
2018    Workshop, “Models of Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences,” Dec.
2018-2019    Member, Search Committee, Provost Position
2018    Workshop, Strategic Advising Dashboard, Dec.
2018    Moderator and chair, Colloquium talk by Beth Plummer, History, Nov.
2018    Moderator and chair, Colloquium talk by Prof. Christian Veillet, Astronomy, Oct.
2018    Member, selection committee for the Centennial Awards, 7 M.A. students and 13 Ph.D. students, Oct.
2018    Member, DAAD campus selection committee (3 candidates)
2018-    Member, External Honors Committee
2018    Sept., Organizer and Co-Staffer, Major Fair (ca. 3 hours)
2018-2019 Member, College of Humanities External Honors and Awards Committee 
2018    Workshop, Meet Advisors and Student Support Groups Across Campus, Sept.
2018    Tour of campus for a potential M.A. candidate, Lauren Cassidy, Aug.
2018    Interim Chair, Dean’s Advisory Council, May
2018    Grad Slam Judge, Competition, March
2018    COH Awards Committee (5 Teaching Award appl., 6 Senior Awards, 6 Teaching Assistant Awards)
2018    Volunteer for College of Humanities at Book Fair, March (3 hours)
2018    Judge, Student Showcase, graduate and undergraduate projects, 3 hours, Feb.
2018    Organizer and Chair, Spring Meeting of the AZ AATG Chapter, ASU, Tempe, Feb. (two     workshops, 1 literary reading, 24 participants; drove 4 participants)
2018    UA Gallup Alumni Survey, Scores and Results, Feb.
2018    Strategic Planning for the University, Workshop, Jan.
2018    General Education in the United States: Trends and Practices,” offered by Susan Albertine, Jan.
2017    Health and Safety Overview, UA Travel with Students, Dec.
2017    GER 508 Symposium: Fremdenfreundlichkeit (graduate student conference), 3 hours, attendance, Dec.
2017    Faculty Fellow Resource Series: Introduction to Handshake, Nov.
2017    Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, NAU, Flagstaff (20 participants; drove 8 people up and down, booked the hotel, put together the program)
2017    Member, Selection Committee, DAAD, Oct. (2 candidates)
2017    Chair and Moderator for Claudia Sandberg’s showing of her movie “Hidden Films: A Journey from Exile to Memory,” Oct. (organized the refreshments as well)
2017    Workshop, AZ Humanities, AZ Speaks, Phoenix (webinar), Oct. 19
2017    Participant, Advisors and Undecided Undergraduate Students, Mixer, Oct.
2017    Organizer and staff person, German table at Major Fair (3 hours), Oct.
2017    Workshop, “Exploratory Practice,” Goethe-Institute Chicago, Sept.-Oct. (weekend)
2017    Staffing of Booth, Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts, “New Faculty Members Meeting,” Sept.
2017    Workshop, Adobe Creative Cloud, May
2017    UA Inclusive Excellence Symposium, March
2017    Oceans and Deserts 2017: Charting Transdisciplinary Currents in Environment and Culture, German Studies, March
2017    Volunteer, Festival of Books, UoA, March
2017    Ethnicity, Gender & Transborder Studies Summit, Pima Community College, March
2017    Workshop (8 hours), Preparing for International Trips, Programs & Research, March
2017    Moderator, Discussion Panel for movie “Lili Marleen,” March
2017    Judge, Student Showcase, 3 hours, Feb.
2017    “Learning Better,” The Center for University of Education Symposium, Feb.
2017    Moderator, Discussion Panel for movie “Hannah Arendt,” Dept. Film Series, Feb.
2017    Member, Committee for the selection of Distinguished Professors and Distinguished Outreach Faculty Awardees
2017    Workshop for Graduate Students, Letter of Application, C.V., Job Interviews, Feb.
2016    Open Textbook Workshop, Library, Dec.
2016-2018 Member, COH Awards Committee (ca. 50 files each time)
2016    DAAD/GAES research grants selection committee, Oct.
2016-2019 Faculty Fellow, La Aldea Graduate Housing
2016    Judge, translation projects for the LMIT Award
2016    Organizer and Co-Chair of the Early Book Lecture Series XII (3 lectures, April)
2016    Attendance of Oceans and Deserts: Charting Transdisciplinary Currents in Environment and Culture within the Arts and Sciences, UA, April
2016    Judge, Graduate Slam, March
2016-    Member, Dean’s Advisory Committee
2016    Creating LGBTQA+Inclusive Academic Environments (Jan.)
2015    Library Webpage Consultation, UA Library (Nov.)
2015    Attendance, 9th Annual SAEM/AISS Symposium: #MeetGenZ” (Nov.)
2015    Faculty Fellow Resource Series: Textbook Ordering (Sept.)
2015    Participant, Study Abroad Fair, 4 hours (Sept.)
2015    Member, Gen. Ed. Writing PLC (Fall)
2015-2016 Faculty Fellow, Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall
2015    High Occupancy Vehicle Training Class (4 hours), Aug.
2015    Workshop on Collaborative Learning Spaces, Aug.
2015    Workshops on how to use Top Hat software for teaching, Aug.-Dec.
2015    Three workshops on how to use Notebowl (Feb. through May)
2015    Welcoming Address to Empire High School German Students, and tour of the library, April
2015    Judge, Donna Swain Study Abroad Scholarship (69 applications), April
2015    Member, Working Group, Non-Tenure-Track Faculty at the UA, April
2015    Organizer and Co-Chair of the Early Book Lecture Series XII (3 lectures, April)
2015    Participant, Workshop, Development of New Library Space Roundtable, March
2015    Judge, Grad Slam Competition, March
2015    Workshop on BowlNotes, Learner Centered Software, March
2015    Chair for Keynote Speaker Joellen Russel, Oceans and Deserts: Charting Transdisciplinary Currents in Environment and Culture within the Arts and Sciences, March
2015    Faculty Fellowship office hour en lieu of Richard Ruiz, César Chavez, March
2015    Workshop on Digital Learning, D2L, and Future Planning for UA, March
2015    Workshop on RefWorks: Introduction to Basic Features, Feb.
2015    Workshop to Improve Instructional Feedback on Student Writing, Jan.
2015    Translation of Chapter 125: The Epigrams,” Julius Caesar Scaliger, Poetices in septum libri (1561), for Peter Medine, Jan.
2014    Participant, Workshop, UA Vitae System, Dec.
2014    Member, Ad-hoc Committee, Interviewing of Candidates for the Position Director of Special Collections, Dec.
2014    Judge, Political Debate, in RSSS 195A: “The Other Kazakhstan,” Nov.
2014    Participant, Symposium, Global Higher Education: Innovative Opportunities, Outcomes and Pathways, Nov.
2014    Judge, Graduate and Undergraduate Student Showcase, Nov. (3 hours)
2014    Collaborative Learning Spaces Workshop, Oct.
2014    Attendance of the 8th Annual Student Affairs and Enrollment Management/Academic Initiatives and Student Success Symposium, Oct
2014-2015    Mentor for graduate student Nicholas McNutt
2014    Workshop, “Teaching Talk: Effectively Using D2L Tools,” Oct.
2014    Workshop, “Health and Safety Considerations: UA Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program Planning,” Oct.
2014    Member, Review Committee on Graduate Student Applications for a DAAD research grant, 2015
2014    FERPA: A View From Far and Near, Oct.
2014    Organizer and staff person, German table at Major Fair (4 hours), Oct.
2014    Workshop, Strategic Faculty Hiring Plans, Sept.
2014    Consultant/Advisor for German Transfer and Freshmen Students, Sept. 
2014    Member, Interviewing and Consulting committee for Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship applicants, Sept.
2014    Voice Coach for Prof. Diane Winslow, Theatre, and her students, Sept.
2014    COH Peer Review/Dean’s-level Audit Committee, Chair
2014    Member, Promotion Committee for Jiang Wu, East Asian Studies, UA
2014    How to market a Study Abroad Program, UA, Sept.
2014    Organizing and staffing a table for German Studies, 2014 Bear Down Experience, Aug.
2014-2015 Faculty Fellow, Colonia de La Paz Residence Hall, then replaced by Rawls/Eller         Lodge
2014    Participant, Workshop, De-Briefing e-Content Textbooks, May
2014    Participant, Workshop, Classroom Technology Upgrade - Innovative Learning Project, May
2014    Participant, Workshop, “Bringing Every Subject to Life, The New York Times for the classroom, nytimes.com/edu (April)
2014    Organizer and Co-Chair of the Early Book Lecture Series (3 lectures, April)
2014    Consultations with Michael Spieth, Goethe-Institute New York, justaddGerman.org (March)
2014    College of Humanities and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Retreat, Feb.
2014    Participant, Workshop on how to improve the library catalogue website, Feb.
2014    Workshop for Graduate Students, “Bibliographieren fürs wissenschaftliche Arbeiten,” Feb.
2014    Workshop, “Study Abroad for Engineering Students,” Jan. 
2014    Participant, Arizona Humanities Speakers Bureau Speaker Orientation, Phoenix, Jan.
2014    Participant, University of Arizona Forum on Strenghtening International Research Collaborations, Jan.
2013    Establishment of a Thematic Minor in Medieval Studies, UA
2013    Participant, Innovative Technology in the Language Classroom: A Professional Development Workshop for Language Instructors, UA, Dec. 14
2013    Organizer and chair, 16th “Work-in-progress” Symposium, UAMARRC, Dec. 6 (6         presenters) 
2013    Judge, Graduate Student Showcase, Nov. (4 hours)
2013    Organizer, 11th Early Book Lecture Series, Special Collections (for 2014)
2013    Staff person at booth for the Faculty Fellows tent at Family Weekend, Oct.
2013    Organizer and staff person, German table at Major Fair, Oct.
2013    Participant, 2013-2014 kick-off, Advisors introductory meeting, Sept.
2013    Faculty mentor for graduate students Chris Ludwig and Chelsea Steinert
2013    Moderator and Participant, Freshmen Welcome Event, Faculty Panel Q&A Session, Aug.
2013    Participation in the IT Summit 2013: Exploring Collaboration and Best Practices on Campus (July)
2013    Hosting of the Honorary Consul of Germany, Helge Jordan, and William M. Drozdiak, President of the American Council on Germany, May
2013    Workshop on Textbooks Online, Cengage Learning, UA Bookstore, April
2013    Workshop on Panopto for online class development
2013    Organizer and Co-Chair, “Early Book Lecture Series, X,” April (3 public lectures),     Special Collection, University of Arizona Library
2013-2015 COH Peer Review/Dean’s-level Audit Committee 
2013    Workshop on Ellumination and related Softwares, Feb.
2013    Evaluator/Reviewer of 10 grant applications for the Community Connection Grants, Feb.
2013    Evaluator, Pilot Study of New Website for Special Collections, Library, Jan.
2013    Member, Student Club, Olympia Academy - discussion forum, Jan.
2013    Workshop with the Office of Instruction and Assessment, Jan.
2013    Co-Evaluator of Ph.D. qualifying exercise paper (Agnes Cser)
2012    Member, Review Committee on Graduate Student Applications for a DAAD research         grant, 2013
2012    Organizer and chair, 15th “Work-in-progress” Symposium, UAMARRC, Nov. 9 (6         presenters)
2012    Organizer and staff person, German table at Major Fair, Oct.
2012-13 Mentor in the Arizona Assurance Program (Mentor for Amaris Henry)
2012-2013 Member, Learning Spaces Council
2012    Workshop, Introduction to Panopto online software for teaching
2012-2013 Member, Academic Awards Committee, COH
2012    Workshop, Research Ambassador, DAAD, New York, NY, Aug. (2 days)
2012    Faculty Fellow, Yuma Residence Hall
2012-2014 Faculty Fellow, Posada San Pedro
2012    Workshop, How to work with Studiocode software, May
2012    Workshop, How to operate with clickers in the classroom, May
2012    College of Humanities, Student Awards Committee, May
2012    College of Humanities, Senior Awards and GAT Awards Committee, April 
2012    College of Humanities, Advising and Teaching Awards Committee, April
2012    Shuttle driver for the conference attendees, Multilingual, 2.0?, April
2012    Conference, Multilingual, 2.0?, 3 days, attendee, April
2012    Two-day lecture series, “From the Latino Archivo to Your PC or Laptop or Hand-Held         Device: EBSCO,” April
2012    Organizer and Co-Chair, “Early Book Lecture Series, IX,” April
2012    Workshop, “Copyright and Fair Use,” ILC/UA Library, March
2012    Workshop for students in Ger 278: Review session for exam, Feb.
2012    “Neither) Here Nor There: Stories from Life on the Borderlands,” Story Telling             Workshop on the Border, Museum of Art, Feb.
2012    Workshop on email list service using sympa software, Feb.
2012    Workshop for the ACMRS Cambridge Summer Program (set up of room, advertisement,         chairing of workshop), Feb.
2012    Member, Workshop on Classroom Space Technology and Pedagogy, Jan.
2012    Attendance, Symposium on “Political Discourse, Civility, @ Harm,” Law School, UA,         Jan. (5 hours)
2012    Faculty Fellow, Posada San Pedro Residence Hall (Spring)
2011    Hosting the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Los Angeles, Marc         Eichhorn, Nov. (4 hours)
2011    Introduction to Prezi Presentation, Workshop, Nov.
2011    Grant Development Workshop, Nov.
2011    Member, Faculty Advisory Team - Campus Technology Update Project, Nov.
2011    Participant, Cyber Citizen Forum, workshop, Oct.
2011    Participant, preparatory workshop for conference on Multilingualism, Oct.
2011    Organizer and staff person, German table at Major Fair, Sept.
2011    FERPA Web Course (Sept.)
2011    Faculty Fellow, Santa Cruz/Apache Residence Hall
2011-2012    Faculty Fellow, Yavapai Residence Hall
2011-2012 Mentor for Graduate Student Christina Butler
2011-2013 Member, Dean’s Advisory Council
2011-    Member, Committee of Regents and University Distinguished Professsors
2011    Sabbatical Review Committee
2011    CPR workshop for study abroad faculty, UoA, May
2011-2013 Member, Undergraduate Council
2011-2013 Member, Committee on Conciliation
2011    College of Humanities, Senior Awards and GAT Awards Committee, April 
2011    College of Humanities, Advising and Teaching Awards Committee, April
2011    Judge, Southern Arizona Language Fair, April
2011    Member, 1885 Society Arts & Humanities Graduate Fellowship Committee (8             applications reviewed)
2011    Workshop, High Occupancy Vehicle Training, March (4 hours)
2011    Workshop, Attendee, How to Order Textbooks, UA Bookstore, Feb.
2011    Organizer and Co-Chair, “Early Book Lecture Series, VIII,” Feb. (3 lectures), welcome         and good-by speech
2010    Organizer and Chair, 14th “Work-in-Progress-Symposium,” UAMARRC, Nov. 19: 5         speakers (ca. 350 attendants)
2010    Workshop on “Making your case: How to reach out to donors,” by Tom Ahern. Nov.
2010    Participant, Workshop on Graduate Studies for Undergraduate Students, Oct.
2010    Organizer and staff person, German table at Major fair, Sept.
2010-2011 Member, College of Humanities Sabbatical Review Committee
2010    Workshop, Social Networks, Sept.
2010    Introduction to Drupal workshop, Sept. 2010
2010-2011 Mentor for graduate student Jessica Nicolle (German Studies)
2010-12    COH Peer Review/Dean’s-level Audit Committee
2010-11 Mentor in the Arizona Assurance Program (mentor of Nathaniel Ponvert and Amberly         Roudybush ) 
2010-2011    Faculty Fellow at Pima Residence Hall
2010    3 Workshop on how to use the TurningTechnologies clickers, Aug. (5 hours)
2010    Judge, Southern Arizona Language Fair, April
2010    College of Humanities, Senior Awards and GAT Awards Committee, April 
2010    Workshop to Design an Institute of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, March (8         hours)
2010    Fribourg Study Abroad Selection Committee
2010    Workshop, Supplementary Instruction for Large Classes, Feb.
2010    Organizer/driver, ride to the ACMRS conference, Tempe, Feb. (with 2 grad. students)
2010     Initiator and Co-coordinator of “Early Book Lecture Series VII,” UAMARRC and         Special Collections, UA Library (organized 4 lectures by UAMARRC members), Feb.         and March
2010    Member, “Responder Committee” (campus-wide use of iclickers)
2010    Workshop on iclickers, advanced level, Jan.
2009-    Advisor to the “Paintball Club,” UA
2009     Participant, Departmental Retreat, Dec.
2009    Workshop: “Degree Audit Training,” UA, Dec.
2009    Workshop: “Copyright and the University in the Era of Google Books,” UA, Nov.
2009    Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Nov.
2009    Workshop on iclickers for large classes, Nov.
2009    Organizer and Chair, 13th “Work-in-Progress-Symposium,” UAMARRC, Oct. (6 papers)
2009     Mentor in the Arizona Assurance Program (mentor of Adrian Lira and Morgan Maxwell)
2009     Book Discussion for Honors Freshmen, Aug. (John Kotre, White Gloves, 1996).
2009-2011 Member, Committee on Conciliation
2009-    Chair, UAMARRC
2009-2012 Member, COH Peer Review Committee for Annual Performance Review and Post-        Tenure Review
2009    Organizer and Chair, 12th “Work-in-Progress-Symposium,” UAMARRC, April (5 papers)
2009    College of Humanities, Senior Awards and GAT Awards Committee, April 
2009    Participant, Symposium “How to read our documents,” GEMS, Feb. 
2009    Member, Senior Awards Screening Committee (ca. 50 nominations)
2009    Participant, Study Abroad Fair, 
2009    Pronunciation Coach for Actress, Arizona Theatre Company, Feb.
2009    Organizer and Chair, 11th “Work-in-Progress-Symposium,” UAMARRC, Jan (5 papers)
2009    Ad hoc member of the Dean’s Advisory Council
2008-2009 Initiator and Co-coordinator of “Early Book Lecture Series VI,” UAMARRC and         Special Collections, UA Library (organized four lectures by UAMARRC members),         Feb.
2008    Roundtable Discussion on Online Courses, UoA, Dec.
2008    “Meet Ten Perfect Strangers,” Faculty-UoA Bookstore relationship, Nov.
2008    Introduction to Cornell Spider Sweep, workshop, UoA, Nov.
2008    “Effective use of a Power Point Presentation,” Teaching Center, UoA, Nov.
2008    Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Nov.
2008    Member, Award Committee, COH Graduating Undergraduate Senior Award
2008    “How to teach a large-size class,” Teaching Center, UoA, Oct.
2008    Member, UoA Working Group on the Project Bamboo
2008    Organizer, German Table, Major Fair, October
2008    Judge, “Battle of the Towers,” Arizona/Sonora vs. Coronado Residence Hall, Camups,         March
2008    2008 Advisor & Officer Club Summit, UA, Feb.
2008    Ad-hoc Member, University Wide General Education Committee
2007-2008 Initiator and Co-coordinator of “Early Book Lecture Series V,” UAMARRC and         Special Collections, UA Library (organized four lectures by UAMARRC members),         Febr.
2007    UA Advisor In-Service, Dec.
2007    Participant at the Peter and Pat Likins Day (Freshmen and their parents), Nov.
2007    Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Nov.
2007    Nomination of Courtney C. Johnson for the Undergraduate Senior Award (successful)
2007     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, October
2007    Attendance, “World Class Student Affairs: Passport to Success,” Sept.
2007-2008 COH Peer Review/Dean’s-level Audit Committee
2007-2010 Faculty Fellow (Sonora/Arizona Residence Hall)
2007-2010 Member of the Group for Early Modern Studies Steering Committee (GEMS)
2007-2008 Replacement Chair for UAMARRC
2007     Advising Kick-Off Event, Workshop for Academic Advisors, Aug.
2007     Chair, April Meeting of PAL
2007     Member of the Panel, “Conference Paper Writing and Delivery:? Choices and Protocols:         A Faculty/Student Round Table Discussion,” UAMARRC, April
2007     Participant, “Speed Leadership Workshop,” Omicron Delta Kappa, April
2007     Member, Undergraduate Senior Award Committee, COH 
2007     Co-Coordinator, Committee for Foreign Language Booths at the Foreign Language Fair,         March 
2007     Assistance with German Pronunciation for a theater production, Dept. of Theatre, Feb.
2007     Participant, Study Abroad Fair, Campus, Feb.
2007     Initiator and Co-coordinator of “Early Book Lecture Series IV,” UAMARRC and Special     Collections, UA Library (organized four lectures by UAMARRC members), Febr.
2007     Nomination of Susana Ruiz for the University Staff Award for Excellence 
2006-2007 Member, College of Humanities Sabbatical Review Committee
2006     Member, Award Committee, COH Graduating Undergraduate Senior Award
2006     Judge, Student Showcase
2006     Teaching Teams Program Faculty Development Workshop, “Ensuring Equitable Access         to the Learning in Your Class,” Oct.
2006-2008 Member, Poetry Center Advisory Board
2006     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, October
2006     Teaching Teams Program Faculty Development Workshop, “Learning about learning and     what it means for your teaching,” UA, Sept.
2006    COH Peer Review/Dean’s-level Audit Committee, Chairperson
2006     Nomination of Michael Hart-Slattery to Thunderbird graduate school (successful)
2006     Nomination of Robert Gibboni III, Honors’ Award (successful)
2006     Workshop, “Managing Large Classes,” Turning Information Into Knowledge, April
2006     Workshop, “Getting Your Students to Do & Understand the Reading,” Turning             Information Into Knowledge, April
2006     Nomination of Naomi Bishop and Aaron Graf for “Graduate School Experience Seminar,     University of Philadelphia (Max Kade and DAAD fellowships)- not successful
2006     Co-Coordinator, Committee for Foreign Language Booths at the Foreign Language Fair,         March 
2006     Judge, Arizona Foreign Language Fair, UA, March
2006     Workshop, “How to Keep Writing Assignments From Killing You,”Turning Information         Into Knowledge, March
2006     Workshop, “Why Can’t I Just Use the Internet?,”Turning Information Into Knowledge,         March
2006     Nomination of Nathan Harwell and Christina Butler for the Graduating Senior Award         (Butler receiving an Honorable Mention, Harwell a Certificate of Distinction)
2006     Workshop, “Best Practices in Honor Teaching,” Feb.
2006     Initiator and Co-coordinator of “Early Book Lecture Series III: The Brilliance of the         Middle Ages,” UAMARRC and Special Collections, UA Library (organized four lectures     by members of UAMARRC)
2006     Nomination of Rafaela Farney and Susana Ruiz for the University Staff Award for         Excellence (successful (for Ms. Farney)
2006     “Creating an Effective Persona for Your Classroom,” Feb.
2005     Workshop, “Teaching Teams Toolkit: Preceptors,” Nov.
2005     Member, Award Committee, COH Graduating Undergraduate Senior Award
2005     Judge, Graduate Student Showcase, Nov.
2005     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, October
2005     With Marie Rozenblit, Coordinator, Workshop, McKinsey&Company Presentation
2005-2008 Elected Member, Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure
2005     Chair, University Hearing Board, Aug.
2005     Workshop, Editors of Scholarly Journals Roundtable, UA Library, April
2005     Co-Coordinator, Committee for Foreign Language Booths at the Foreign Language Fair,         March 
2005     Workshop, “Managing Large Classes,” Turning Information into Knowledge, March
2005     Workshop, “Learner-Centered Education I: Philosophy and Practice,” Turning             Information into Knowledge, Feb.
2005     Workshop, “Critical Thinking and Learning Outcome,” Turning Information into             Knowledge, Feb.
2005     Workshop, “Exploring the Disconnect between Instructor Expectations and Student         Skills,” Turning Information into Knowledge, Jan.
2005     Initiator and Co-coordinator of “Early Book Lecture Series II,” UAMARRC and Special         Collections, UA Library (organized four lectures by UAMARRC members)
2005-2007 The Henry and Phyllis Koffler Prize Award Committee
2004     Co-Coordinator, Committee for Foreign Language Booths at the Foreign Language Fair,         March 
2004     Member, Award Committee, COH Graduating Undergraduate Senior Award
2004     Member, Small Grant Faculty Committee (Fall) 
2004     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, October
2004     Moderator, Steering Committee Meeting, Partnership Across Campus, Sept.
2004     Two Day Faculty Retreat, Rio Rico, AZ, Sept.
2004     Workshop, “Who are your students?,” Turning Information into Knowledge, Aug.
2004     Summer Freshmen Orientation Exhibition, German Table, May/June and August
2004     Member, P&T Committee for Del Philipps, Russian and Slavic (for Full Prof.)
2004     Member of Panel, “Shaping the Future of Scholarly Communication,” UA Libraries         Special Collections, April
2004     Chair, P&T Committee for Peter Ecke (for Associate Prof. w/tenure)
2004     Member, COH Students Awards Committee
2004     Judge, Arizona Foreign Language Fair, UA, March
2004     Member, Small Grant Faculty Committee, Spring (UA)
2004     Participant, Study Abroad Fair, “Medieval Travel Course,” Feb.
2004     Turning Information into Knowledge Workshop #3: “Critical Competencies”, Feb.
2004     Initiator and Co-coordinator of “Early Book Lecture Series I,” UAMARRC and Special         Collections, UA Library (organized six lectures by UAMARRC members), Jan.-March,         Moderator of four sessions
2004     Teaching Teams Faculty Workshop, Jan.
2003     Co-Coordinator, Committee for Foreign Language Booths at the Foreign Language Fair,         March 2003
2003     Advisor Training Workshop, Nov. (UA)
2003     Member, Honor Consortium, Fall (UA) (honor students advising fair)
2003     Member, Small Grant Faculty Committee, Fall (UA)
2003     Member, Fulbright Faculty Committee, Fall (UA)
2003     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, October
2003     University Hearing Board 2-day Training Workshop (Rules, Cases, Principles), Sept.
2003     Summer Freshmen Orientation Exhibition, German Table, May
2003     Boyer Partnership Assessment Project (Student/Faculty Interaction Program Assessment)
2003     Judge, Arizona Foreign Language Fair, UoA, March
2003     “Transformational Publishing,” UA Library and the School of Information Resources         and Library Science, Feb.
2003     Participant, Study Abroad Fair, “Medieval Travel Course,” Feb.
2003     Member, General Education Course Preview Subcommittee
2003     Participant, Preventing Plagiarism,” UA, Jan.
2003     Moderator, Steering Committee Meeting, Partnership Across Languages, Jan.
2002-2003 Member, General Education Subcommittee, Community Outreach
2002     Local Coordinator for the International Educational Cooperative Program (Work             Program, Dr. Günther Seefeldt)  
2002     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, October
2002     Member, Graduate Council Graduate Program Review Committee A
2002     Member, Grant Selection Committee, UAMARRC Graduate Research Grant, Fall
2002     Participant: Introduction to Citrix and GTC (Corporate Web-Based Security             Applications), June
2002 (Fall)-2005 (Spring) Member, University General Education Committee
2002     Participant: Workshop, Introduction to XanEdu Course Pack Development Services,         March
2002     Workshop, “Learning about Learning Styles” by Dr. Nidhi Mahendra, UoA, March
2002     Judge, Arizona Foreign Language Fair, UoA, March
2002     Participant, Workshop, “Managing Copyright in a Digital Environment,” UoA, March 
2002     Participant: Workshop, “Improving Multimedia and Online Courses with Instructional     Design,” Starlink, UoA, Feb.
2002     Faculty Advisor, International Relations Society
2002     Workshop, “Safety on International Travels,” UoA, Feb.
2001     Offered: Pronunciation and Translation of Middle High German for Prof. Wanda Brister,         School of Music (Concert Preparation), Sept. and October
2001-2002, 2002-2005 Elected Member, University Hearing Board
2001-     Executive Committee, UAMARRC 
2001     Moderator, Steering Committee Meeting, PAL, UoA, April
2001     Member, Review Committee for the Dean’s Dissertation Fellowship Program (Graduate         College)
2001     Workshop, “How to compress images for a website,” FICII, UoA, April
2001     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, March
2001     Judge, Arizona Foreign Language Fair, UoA, March
2001     Workshop (4 hours): Shaping the Future of Scholarly Publishing: A Faculty Seminar,         Febr.
2001     Workshop: Advanced Power Point, with Audio and Video, Jan.
2000     UCITA Satellite Teleconference, UoA, Dec. 
2000     Chair, College of Humanities Grade Appeal Committee
2000-2001 Member, Academic Advising Task Force
2000-2002 Member, Dean’s Academic Advisory Council
2000     Participant, General Education Fair, UoA, Nov.
2000     Support of Prof. Richard Kinkade, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, for the Nomination         to a Distinguished Professorship
2000     Heinle & Heinle Videoconference, “How to Mentor TAS,” UoA, Oct.
2000     Adobe Image 5.5 Workshop, UoA, Oct
2000     Certification for Driving a 15-Person Van, Defensive Driving Training, Oct.
2000     Organizer and Participant, German Table, Major Fair, Sept.
2000     Participant, German Table, Study Abroad Fair, Sept.
2000     Participant, Teaching Team Preceptor One-day Workshop, Sept.
2000-2002 Member, Committee on Conciliation
2000     Member, Rules and Policies Committee, Graduate Council 
2000     Cataloging of Premodern Books (15th-17th centuries) for Arizona State Museum,         translation of titles and creation of brief synopses.
2000     Chair, Selection Committee for the Provost’s General Education Teaching Award
2000     Member, Ad Hoc Promotion and Tenure Committee, Prof. Julian Kunnie (Assoc. to Full)
2000     Judge, Mr. and Ms. U. of A Pageant
2000     Grades on the Web Workshop, Jan.
2000     Member, Selection Committee, Provost’s General Education Teaching Award
2000     Week-long Technology Workshop, Faculty Center for Computing and Teaching, Jan.
1999     Judge, Student Showcase (Humanities, Graduate), Nov.
1999     Organizer and Participant, German Section, Major Fair, Sept.
1999     Organizer and Participant, German Section, Study Abroad Fair, Sept
1999-2003 Member, Graduate Council
1999-2002 Member, University Hearing Board
1999-2001 Member, Pizza with a Professional (Freshman Orientation and Advising)
1999     Participant, AP German Testing Conference, April, UoA
1999-     Early Academic Outreach & Development APEX & MESA Programs, Speakers Bureau
1999-2002 At-large Committee Member of the Dean’s Academic Advisory Council
1998     Member, Sabbatical Review Committee
1998     Judge, Sixth Annual Student ‘98 Showcase, UA, Nov.
1998     Organizer, General Education Fair, UA, October
1998     Organizer and Participant, Major Fair, German Table, UA, September
1998-     Faculty Advisor, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity
1998     Workshop Series General Education Round Table Discussion Series, Febr.-May
1998     Participant: Study Abroad Fair, March
1998     Organizer and Participant, Multicultural Week
1998     Member, Committee on Graduate Study
1998-2000 Member, Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure
1997     Organizer and Participant, Major Fair, German Table, UA, October
1997     Review Committee, Provost’s Author Support Fund
1997     Workshop “Career-Related Advising to Undergraduate Students,” UA, Sept.
1997-    Member, Partnership Across Languages Executive Committee (PAL)
1996-1997 College of Humanities, Teaching Award Committee
1996-1997 Member at large, Dean’s Academic Advisory Council, UA
1996-1998, Chair, College of Humanities Promotion & Tenure Committee, UA
1996     Organizer, German Section, Majors Fair, UA, October
1995     Technology Workshop for Faculty, November
1995     Library Discussion Group, December
1995-1997 Chair, Buddy Faculty Group, UA
1995-1996 Member, College of Humanities Promotion & Tenure Committee, UA
1995     Teaching Across Languages: Que tal, UA, May
1995     Spring Discussion Series: The Role of the Research University
1995     Instructional Technology Pilot, UA, April-May
1995     Member, Committee on Ranked Faculty Involvement in Basic Teaching, Faculty of         Humanities = Hurwitz Goals Team # 4
1995     Faculty Development Retreat, Nogales, AZ, February
1995     Invitation of Jürgen Zander, presenter of: “Die deutsche Kultur in Namibia,” UA, Jan.
1995     “Improving Student Writing” Symposium, UA, Jan.
1994     Member, Panel Discussion, “International Teaching Assistants Orientation
1994-1997 Member, Partnership Across Languages Committee
1994     Orientation for International Teaching Assistants Program
1994     Member, Selection Committee, Tübingen Exchange Program
1993-1997 Member, Faculty Buddy Program
1993     Chair, Sunset Review of Poetry Center, UA
1993-2000 Member of the Humanities Research Advisory Committee, UA
1993-1994 Member of the Head Search Committee (Dept. of German Studies), UA
1993-1995 Intercollegiate Conversations, UA
1993-1995 On Course Advisory Committee, UA
Spring 1993 Dean’s Advisory Committee on 21st Century Curriculum Development, UA
Fall 1992 Reader/Judge for the Columbus Quincentenary Essay Competition, UA
Fall 1992-1999 Member of the CCLS Steering and Advisory Committee
Spring 1992-Spring 1993 Appointed Member of the General Education Committee, UA
1992-     Member, Advising Center for Exploratory Students Mentor Program, UA
1991-    Member of Student Mentor Program, Honor's Program, UA
1989-     Member of the UA Faculty-Student Honors' Dialogues. 
1989-1999 Member of the Grades Appeal Committee, UA
1988-2002 Member of the Campus Library Council, UA
1989-2000 Member Graduate Committee, UA
1987-     Member of the University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation     Committee (UAMARRC)
1987-1992 Member of the Faculty of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory (Graduate) 1986-1987 Counselor, International Center, U of VA
1985-1986 Registrar, Institute of German-American Relations, U of VA
1984-1986 Translator for German Department and School of Arts and Sciences, U of VA

WORKSHOPS:
2019    Driving School for HOV, renewal, UoA, Aug.
2019    Workshop, Developing Banners for an AATG-sponsored exhibition “First Encounters,” Cherry Hill, NJ, Feb. (Thu-Su.)
2019    Attendee, “Bolstering Student Achievement: Student Success Conference 2019, UoA, Feb.
2019    Workshop, “Increasing Intercultural Competence,” UoA, Jan.
2018    Participant, Symposium, “Mit Deutsch in die Zukunft: Best Practices für die Anwerbung von neuen Deutschlehrenden” (1 whole day), Annual Convention of the ACTFL/AATG, New Orleans and World Languages Expo, New Orleans, Nov.
2018    Workshop, “Male: Men’s Role in Confronting Everyday Gender Based Violence,” UoA, Oct.
2018    Workshop, “Mitigating Unconscious Bias,” UoA, Oct.
2018    ACMRS Seminar Toward Entering the Profession, ASU, Tempe, April 20
2018    Spring meeting, AATG Executive Council, Feb. (webinar)
2018    Consulting D2L on their new prototype, online workshop, Jan.
2018    Arizona Humanities Frank Talks Scholar Orientation, Jan.
2017    Darla Deardorff, “Developing and Assessing Intercultural Competence in Education Abroad,” Webinar, Dec.
2017    Interview with HEUTE UND MORGEN, Cologne, Germany, Internet Platform for Teaching German, Dec.
2017    AATG Executive Board Meeting, 2 days, Nov., Nashville, TN 
2017    Workshop on “Ferpa and Student Advising,” Nov.
2017    Meeting of the Executive Board, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA (minutes taker)
2016    Fortbildungsseminar, “Projektbasiertes Lernen im Deutschunterricht,” Goethe-Institute Chicago, Oct.
2016    Open Access Week - ‘Sci-Hub: Road to Open Access or Road to Ruin?’, Oct., UoA
2016    Meeting of the Executive Board, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Salt Lake City, April
2016    Trainerseminar “Curriculumsplanung,” Goethe-Institute Boston, April
2015    Meeting of the Executive Board, Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 2015
2015    State-wide meeting of all members of Arizona Humanities Road Scholars, Phoenix, Oct
2015    Trainernetzwerk USA “Interkulturelle Kommunikation,” Goethe-Institute, Chicago, Jan.
2014    Trainernetzwerk USA “Redaktionsworkship,” Goethe-Institute, New York, Oct.-Nov.
2014    Webinar, Educational Travel with WorldStrides International Discovery Programs (Sept.)
2014    Boost Your German Program, Webinar, Goethe-Institute, USA, April
2014    Workshop on scholarships and grants by the DAAD, Feb.
2014    Multiplikatoren-Workshop, “Technologie für die drei Kommunkationsmodi,” Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 2014, Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, CA
2014    Mentor Network USA, Introductory Workshop, Goethe Institute, at Goethe-Zentrum, Atlanta, GA, Jan.
2013    Multiplikatoren-Workshop, “Der deutsche Wald,” Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, April
2013    Multiplikatoren-Workshop, Kreatives Schreiben, Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, March 
2012    Breakfast with Chaucer: Reading Chaucer’s Middle English, 38th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Gulfport, MS, Oct. 2012 
2012    Multiplikatoren-Workshop, Eine Kiste Deutsches. Landeskunde zum Entdecken und Ausprobieren, Goethe-Institute Washington, DC, May
2012    Multiplikatoren-Workshop, Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, “Globales Lernen,” Jan.
2011    Workshop, “NAM_GI San Francisco_11_Moodle FB mit Workshopmethodik _Spielwiese,” Goethe-Institut, San Francisco, March (2 days!)
2011    Workshop, Deutsch und Science, Goethe-Institut, Chicago, Feb. (2 days!)
2010     Participant, Workshop Trainernetzwerk, “Echoseminar,” Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, Jan.
2009     Participant, Workshop Trainernetzwerk, “Dramapädagogik im Deutsch-als-Fremdsprache-Unterricht,” Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, Dec.
2009     Participant, Workshop Trainernetzwerk, “Literaturdidaxe im Deutsch-als-Fremdsprache-Unterricht,” Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, April
2008     Participant, Workshop Trainernetzwerk, “Stimmbildung mit Ute Kaiser,” Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, Dec.
2007     Participant, Workshop Trainernetzwerk, “Neue deutsche Popmusik im Unterricht,” Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, Nov.
2006     Trainerseminar USA “Werbung im Deutschunterricht,” Goethe-Institute, Chicago, Dec.
1999     Invited Participant, Reading by and Workshop with Peter Rosei, Goethe-Institute, Houston, TX, Oct.
1998     Workshop, “Thomas Brussig,” Goethe-Institute, Houston, TX, April.
1997     Workshop “Video im Deutschunterricht,” Goethe-Institute, Houston, TX, Oct.
1997     Workshop Participant, “Erzählen und kein Ende: Uwe Timm,” Goethe-Institute, Houston, TX, April.
1996     Workshop Participant,”Kreativität im Deutschunterricht - Heinz Blumensath,” Goethe-Institute, Houston, TX, Nov.
1995     AATG Southwest Chapter Presidents Workshop, Goethe-Institute, Houston, TX, February
1994     Workshop, “Jugendliteratur im Deutschunterricht,” Goethe-Institute, Los Angeles, April

Editor of Journals and Book Series
2019-    Editor for International Journal of English and Literature (IJEL), https://academicjournals.org/journal/IJEL        
2015-    Editor for academia.edu (online)
2014    Series Editor, Renaissance and Baroque, German Literature (Peter Lang)
2011-    Editor in Chief, Humanities – Open Access Journal     (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities;     http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities/editors/)
2009-     Editor, Mediaevistik
1992-2013     Editor, Tristania. Edwin-Mellen Press, Lewiston, NY, Lampeter, Wales, and     Peterborough, ON, Canada 

MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARDS
2019-    Member of the Editorial Board, Global Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, https://www.eajournals.org/journals/global-journal-of-arts-humanities-a…
2019-    Member of the Editorial Board, Biuletyn Historii Wychowania/Bulletin of the History of Education, http://historiawychowania.amu.edu.pl/biuletyn.html
2019-    Member of the Editorial Board, International Journal of Literature and Arts, http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/journal/editorialboard?journalid=…
2019    Member of the Scholarly Committee, International Conference, “Wenn jemand eine Reise tut…”: El viaje en la literatura alemana, Universitat de València, Spain, May 29-31, 2019
2019-    Member of the Editorial Board, The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies,     www.jhsss.org
2019-    Member of the Editorial Board, Annals of Global History; https://www.sryahwapublications.com/annals-of-global-history/
2018-    Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences http://www.opastonline.com/journal-of-humanities-and-social-sciences/
2018-    Member of the Editorial Board, Annals of Language and Literature (http://www.sryahwapublications.com/annals-of-language-and-literature/ed…)
2018-    Member of the Editorial Board, Open Journal of Women’s Studies; http://www.sryahwapublications.com/open-journal-of-womens-studies/
2016-    Member of the Editorial Board, Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 
2016-    Member of the Editorial Board, Thalloris, Uniwersytet Zielonogórski, Instytut Filologii Germanskiej, Zielona Góra, Poland
2016-    Member of the Editorial Board, Global Journal
2016-    Member of the Editorial Board of Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal
2015-    Member of The History of Emotions: A book series published by ACMRS
2014-    Member of the Editorial Board of Progress in Arts and Humanities (PAH)
2014-    Member of the Editorial Board of the Open Access Library (OALib) Journal
2014-    Member of the Editorial Board of Open Journal of Social Sciences 
2013-    Member of the Editorial Board of Exégèse: Journal of Contemporary Studies in Applied Literary Theory
2013-    Member of the Editorial Board, History Research     (http://www.davidpublishing.com/journals_info.asp?jId=642)
2012-    Member of the Editorial Board of the journal Advances in Literary Study (ALS):         (http://www.scirp.org/Journal/EditorialBoard.aspx?JournalID=2317
2012-    Member of the Editorial Board, medievalist journal Arcanum         (http://www.eaglehill.us/programs/journals/arcanum/arcanum.shtml
2011    Member, Editorial Board, Humanities — Open Access Journal     (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities)
2006-    Member of the Editorial Board, 
2005-     Member of the Editorial Board, Futhark (Sevilla, Spain)
2004-     Member of the Editorial Board, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History (Tempe,         AZ, published by ACMRS)
2004-2014    Member of the Advisory Board, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance         Studies (Tempe, AZ, ASU)
1995-2002     Member, Editorial Board, The Medieval Review (internet review journal)
1990     Member of the Editorial Board, Conference Proceedings, South Eastern Medieval         Association Medieval Perspectives
1988-1994 Member of the Editorial Board of Synopsis. Yearly Journal of Book Reviews ed. by         Guy R. Mermier, (Queenston-Lewisburg: The Edwin-Mellen Press)
                            

ACADEMIC SERVICE, CONFERENCE ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES
2019    Member, Evaluation of Submissions to the Competition for a Prize related to “First Encounters,” exhibition with banners, AATG (12 entries), Dec.
2019    Organizer and chair, 3 sessions, Germanic Studies, Seventy-Third Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2019
2019    Organizer and chair, 1 session, RMMLA Poets Read their Works in German, Seventy-Third Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2019
2019    Organizer and chair, 2 sessions, “Universally Shared Themes, Topics, and Motifs in Eastern and Western Medieval Literature,” International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2020        
2019    Member on NEH mock panel for writing workshop, UoA, NEH Workshop, Tucson, Sept.
2019    Inclusion of talk, “The History of the (Berlin) Wall: German Experiences for Arizona,” in the Catalog of Arizona Speaks
2019    Organizer, one session, “Continuity and Reception of the Middle Ages in the 16th Century,” Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft, International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2020 (did not materialize)
2020    Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “Universal Themes and Topics in Literature, East and West,” International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2020
2019    Organizer and Chair, three sessions, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, El Paso, TX, Oct. 
2019    Member, Grant Committee, Scholarship for Study Abroad, Southern Arizona Japanese Culture Committee, April
2019    Organizer, 1 session, AATG session at the MLA, Seattle, WA, Jan. 2020
2019    Organizer and Chair, 3 sessions, German Literature, Seventy-Third Rocky Mountain Modern Languages Convention, El Paso, TX, Oct.
2019    Organizer and Chair, 1 session, German Poetry Reading, Seventy-Third Rocky Mountain Modern Languages Convention, El Paso, TX, Oct.
2019    Organizer, 1 session, AATG-sponsored session, Modern Language Association, Seattle, WA, Jan. 2020
2019    Professional Development Committee, AATG (Austria and Mit Deutsch in die Zukunft, 21 and 34 applicants respectively): reading all files (ca. 6-8 pp. each), evaluating them
2019-2020 Chair, Committee on Research and Scholarship, AATG Executive Council
2018    Chair, one session, “Flipped and Interactive K-16 German Classrooms,” Annual Convention and World Languages Expo/AATG, New Orleans, LO, Nov. 2018
2018    Organizer and Chair, one session, “German Literature Before 1900,” Seventy-Second Annual Convention of the n Language Association, Cheyenne, WY, Oct. 2018
2018    Organizer and Chair, one session, RMMLA Poets Read their Works in German, Seventy-Secod Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Cheyenne, WY, Oct. 2018
2018    Organizer and Chair, one session, “Pets in Medieval Literature,” International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May 2019
2019    Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “Forgotten Texts from the Sixteenth Century,” International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May 2019
2018    Organizer and Chair, Fall Meeting of the AZ chapter of the AATG, Tucson, Sept., immersion weekend (9-14/15), 27 participants
2018    Member, Business Meeting of the AATG Executive Board, online, Aug. 23 (three hours)
2018    Member, AATG Chapter Projects and Presidents Committee, evaluation of 29 chapter projects (July)
2018    Organizer and Chair, one session, “The Continuity of the Middle Ages: Hans Sachs and His Contemporaries,” 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2018
2017/18 Organizer of one session, “Innovative Outreach Strategies for German Language         Programs,”ACTFL, Nov. 18 (rejected)
2017/18 Organizer, one session, “Poetry in the German Classroom,” ACTFL (Nov. 2018;         rejected)
2018    Professional Development Committee, AATG (Austria and MINT, 25 and 21 applicants respectively)
2018    Outside Review Committee member, Dept. of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies, Utah State University, Logan, Feb.
2018    Chair, one session, “Re-Reading Medieval Italian Landscape,” Twenty-Fourth Annual ACMRS Conference, Reading the Natural World: Perceptions of the Environment and Ecology During the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb. 2018
2018-2019 Member, Committee on Research and Scholarship, AATG (national)
2018    Organizer and Moderator, guest lecture by Prof. Maciej Mackiewicz, Universität Poznań, Poland, Jan.
2017    AATG representative at the Community College Committee: ACTFL/AATG, Annual Convention, Nashville, TN, Nov.
2017    Organizer and Chair, one session, “Late Medieval Anticlericalism as the Staging Ground of the Protestant Reformation” (4 speakers), 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2017
2017    Chair, one session, “Medieval Medicine” (4 speakers), 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2017
2017    Organizer and Chair, one session, German Literature prior to 1900, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA, Oct.
2017    Organizer and Chair, one session, German Poets Read from Their Works, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA, Oct.
2017    Member, Committee to select participants for two AATG seminars in Austria (Music) and Leipzig (MINT)
2017    Organizer and Chair, Spring meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, at IST, Tucson, Feb. (22 participants), with workshops by Anja Schmitt, Goethe-Institute, Chicago, and Vera Dindoyal, ZfA, San Francisco
2017    Chair, one session, “The Unpleasant Other: Re-Examining Ethnicity in Spain, Ukraine, and Early Modern England,” Twenty-Third Annual ACMRS Conference: Paradigm Shifts During the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb. 2017
2017    Chair, one session, “Redefining Concepts of Good and Evil from the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Centuries,” Twenty-Third Annual ACMRS Conference: Paradigm Shifts During the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb. 2017
2017    Chair, Charles Davis Award Selection Committee, RMMLA (5 papers submitted)
2016    Master of Ceremony, “Sterling Keynote Address, Mimi R. Gladstein,” Seventieth Annual Convention, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 2016
2016    Master of Ceremony, “Luncheon and Keynote Address by Marsha S. Collings and Ruben Espinosa, Seventieth Annual Convention,” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 2016
2016    Organizer and chair, one session, “Modern Approaches to Teaching the Middle Ages: Challenges of the Present as a Catalyst for the Rediscovery of the Past,” 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2016
2016    Chair, one session, “Gender Studies,” 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies, May, Kalamazoo, MI 2016
2016    Co-Organizer (with Leslie Morgan), one panel, “The Court and Savage Spaces,” International Courtly Literature Society, at the MLA, Jan. 2017
2016    Organizer and Chair, Fall meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, at IST, Tucson, Feb. (22 participants), 3 workshops
2016    Member, RMMLA Huntington Library Research Grant Selection Committe
2016    Member, RMMLA Faculty Travel Research Grant Selection Committee
2016    Chair, one session, “History of Emotions 1: Cinema, Drama and Philosophical Nuances,” Twenty-Second Annual ACMRS Conference: Marginal Figures in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, Feb.
2016-    Member, Athens Institute for Education and Research (http://www.atiner.gr/all-members)
2016    Member of the Nominating Committee for the AATG Executive Council
2016    Chair, one session, “A Public Privacy: Lovers in Romance,” The 131st Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Austin, TX, Jan.
2015    Organizer and Chair, one session, “RMMLA Poets Read Their Works in German,” Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 2015
2015    Organizer and Chair, one session, “German Literature Before 1900,” Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 2015            
2015     Chair, Sterling Keynote Address, Charles G. Davis, “The Practicality of an Impractical Education,” Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 2015
2015    Organizer and Chair, Fall meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, at NAU, Flagstaff, Sept. 11-12 (17 participants; drove 4 of them from UA to NAU)
2015-2017, Member of Arizona Humanities Council AZ Speaks (three lectures)
2015    Chair, one session, “Pedagogical Approaches to Mediterranean Studies,” NEH Institute “Negotiating Identities: The Mediterranean: Expression and Representation in the Christian-Jewish-Muslim Mediterranean,” Barcelona, Spain, July
2015    Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “Medicine and Magic,” 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2015
2015    Meeting of the Executive Board, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, April
2015    Member, Graduate Student Travel Grant Committee, RMMLA
2015-2018 Elected Member, Executive Committee of the Division on German Literature to     1700, MLA
2015    Organizer and chair, one session, “German Literature Pre-1900,” Rocky Mountain MLA, Santa Fe, Oct.
2015    Organizer and chair, one session, “German American Poets Read from their Works,” Rocky Mountain MLA, Santa Fe, Oct.
2015    Chair, one session, “Crafts as a Determinant in Family, Urban dn Literary Identity,” Twenty-First Annual ACMRS Conference: Trade, Talents, Guilds, and Specialists: Getting Things Done in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, Feb. 2015
2015    Chair, one session, “Skills Real and Imagined: Education, Humor, and Shape-shifting in Literature,” Twenty-First Annual ACMRS Conference: Trade, Talents, Guilds, and Specialists: Getting Things Done in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, Feb. 2015
2015    Member, Charles Davis Award Selection Committee, RMMLA (6 papers submitted)
2014    Organizer and Chair, one session, “RMMLA Poets Read their Works in German,” Sixty-Eighth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boise, ID, Oct.
2014    Chair and co-organizer, Fabian Alfie, “La Compiuta Donzella: The First Woman in Italian Literature (that we know of!),” Fearless Females Lecture Series, ACMRS, Tucson, Sept.
2014    Organizer, two sessions, “Medicine and Magic,” International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2015 (6 papers)
2014    Chair, “New Books Germanic Studies Roundtable,” in memory of Ulrich Müller, 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2014
2014    Chair, “The Relevance of the Middle Ages Today,” 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2014
2014    Organizer and chair of the eleventh international symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies, “Death and the Culture of Death,” UoA, Tucson, May (24 participants)
2014    Co-Organizer (with Leslie Morgan), one panel, “The Memory of Objects in Courtly Literature,” International Courtly Literature Society, at the MLA, Jan. 2015
2014    Organizer and Chair, Fall meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, at NAU, Flagstaff, Sept. 5-6 (20 participants; drove 9 of them from UA to NAU)
2014    Organizer and Chair, Spring meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, ASU, Tempe, April (18 participants; drove 8 of them from UA to ASU)
2014    Meeting of the Advisory Board, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies     (Tempe, AZ, ASU), Feb.
2014    Chair, one session, “Fire, Flood, and Destruction in the Old and New World,” Twentieth Annual ACMRS Conference: Catastrophes and The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Phoenix-Scottsdale, Feb.
2014    Chair, one session, “Plage, Pestilence, and Catastrophe in European Literature,” Twentieth Annual ACMRS Conference: Catastrophes and The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Phoenix-Scottsdale, Feb.
2014    Organizer and chair, one session, “Storm at/of the Court,” ICLS, 129th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, Jan.
2014    Chair, one session, “Integrating Ecocriticism into College-Level German Curricula,” 129th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, Jan.
2013    Invitation of Prof. Timothy Graham, Director of Medieval Studies, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, for a guest lecture at UA (organizing the event, getting a room for the lecture, getting a lecture room, sending out invitations across campus, organizing dinner and lunch with colleagues, pick-up from airport, touring of campus, breakfast meeting, lunch meeting, moderating the lecture)    
2013    Organizer and chair, Fall meeting of the AZ chapter of the AATG, Tucson, Nov. (4 workshops)
2013    RMMLA Executive Board Meeting, Vancouver, WA, Oct.
2013    Organizer and chair, one session, “German-American Poets Read from Their Works,” 67th Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, WA, Oct.
2013    Organizer and chair, one session, “German Literature Before 1900,” 67th Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, WA, Oct.
2013    Organizer, one session, “The Relevance of the Middle Ages Today,” 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2014
2013    Organizer and chair, three sessions, “Multilingualism in the Middle Ages,” 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2013
2013    Organizer (with Deborah Fraioli) and chair, one session, “Women and Epistolary Literature: From the Margins to the Center in Medieval Literature,” 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2013
2013    RMMLA Executive Board Meeting, Vancouver, WA, April
2013    Organizer and chair, Spring Meeting of the AZ chapter of the AATG, ASU, Tempe (4     workshops; 21 participants
2013    Chair, one session, “Pearls Before Swine: Animals and Religion in Medieval Literature,”         19th Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Phoenix,     Feb. 2013
2013    Chair, one session, “A Signifier with Nine Lives: Cats in Medieval and Early Modern         Culture,” 19th Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Phoenix, Feb. 2013
2013    Member, Davis Award Selection Committee, RMMLA (18 papers to be evaluated)
2013    Member, MLA Delegate Assembly, Boston, MD, Jan.
2013    Chair, one session, “Courtly World and Ecocriticism,” 128th Annual Convention of the         Modern Language Association, Boston, MD, Jan.
2012-2015 Elected Member, MLA Delegate Assembly, German Literature to 1700
2012    Chair, one session, “Fortune and Misfortune in Medieval France & Spain,” 38th Annual         Conference of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Gulfport, MS, Oct. 2012 
2012    MC of the RMMLA luncheon and the keynote speaker, Sixty-Sixth Annual Convention of     the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Oct. 2012
2012    Organizer and chair, one session, German-American Poets Reading from their Works, Sixty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Oct. 2012
2012    Organizer and chair, one session, “Border Studies: Past and Present,” Sixty-Sixth Annual     Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Oct. 2012
2012    RMMLA Executive Board Meeting, Sixty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky             Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Oct. 2012
2012    Organizer, three sessions, “Multilingualism in the Middle Ages,” 48th International         Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2012
2012-    Member of the Editorial & Advisory Board of the journal The Israeli Journal of Humor         Research: An International Journal
2012    Organizer and chair, Fall Immersion Weekend meeting of the Arizona Chapter of the         AATG, Flagstaff (drove 9 people to Flagstaff and back), Sept.; 3 workshops
2012-2015    Elected Member, Executive Committee of the Division on German Literature to         1700, MLA
2012    Member, Committee on Graduate Student Convention Travel Grant, RMMLA
2012    Chair, one session, “Comparative Literature,” 47th International Congress on Medieval     Studies,Kalamazoo, MI, May 2012
2012    Chair, one session, “The Outrageous Middle Ages: Transgression, Perpetration, and the     Scandalous,” 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May     2012
2012    Organizer and chair, Spring meeting of the Arizona Chapter of the AATG, Tempe, AZ,     ASU, April (invited Pres. of the AATG, Kathey Fegely, and workshop by Astrid Klocke, NAU)
2012    Meeting of the Executive Board, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, March
2012    Organizer, one session, “Courtly World and Ecocriticism,” 2013 Modern Language Association, Boston
2012    Organizer and chair, one session, “Border Studies,” Sixty-Fifth Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. (Boulder, CO)
2012    Organizer and chair, one session, “German-American Poets Reading from their Work,” Sixty-Fifth Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. (Boulder, CO)
2012    Chair, one session, “Perfidious and Phallic Fabliaux,” Erotica and the Erotic in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: 18th Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 
2011    Organizer and chair, one session, “German Creative Writers Read their Work,” Sixty-Fifth Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct.
2011    Organizer and chair, one session, “Border Issues and Literature,” Sixty-Fifth Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct.
2011    Chair, one session, “Music and Interdisciplinarity: New Theoretical Perspectives,” Thirty-Fifth Annual Convention of the German Studies Association, Sept.
2011    Organizer, local liaison, advertisement person for the Madsen rock group, performed at Empire High School, Vail (Nov. 4); took 2 students and one colleague to the concert; emails w/ flyer attachment sent: caliente@azstarnet.com (Az Daily Star); listings@tucsonweeklyl.com; musiced@tucsonweekly.com (Tucson Weekly); arts@wildcat.arizona.edu (Arizona Daily Wildcat); KUAT Channel 6 (Arizona Public Media); Buckmastershow.com (KVOI radio 1030 AM); Zocalo (magazine); arts@tucsonsentinel.com (Tucson Sentinel, online); tucsonscene@gmail.com (Tucson Scene, online); listme@tucsononthecheap.com (Tucson on the Cheap, online); AATG listserv; UA German Dept.; blog w/ flyer: tucsoncitizen.com/community (to be published 10/28/11); online calendar listings already in place for November 4, 2011: www.tucsonlifestyle.com; (http://www.tucsonlifestyle.com/index.php?src=events&srctype=detail&cate…); www.azstarnet.com, and www.tucson.com; (http://staging.tucson.com/calendar/index.php?lang=en&view=17110&date=20…); www.thenewsouthwest.com (http://thenewsouthwest.com/event/free-concert-by-german-rockpop-band-ma…); http://uanews.org/node/42254; www.dotucson.com; posters: UA German Dept.; Bookman’s on Speedway; Bookman’s at Grant; Zia Record Exchange; Toxic Ranch Records; Post on Facebook (2 weeks before event); 
2011-2014 Member of Arizona Humanities Council Speakers Bureau
2011    Organizer, two sessions, “The Outrageous in the Middle Ages,” 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2012
2011    Chair, one session, “Medieval Letters of Love and Friendship: Personal or Public, Spontaneous or Literary?,” 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2011
2011    Meeting with students and faculty of the ACMRS/ASU Cambridge Summer program, Scottsdale, May, 2011
2011    Member, Organizing Committee, Medieval Academy of America, conference in Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 2010-April 2011
2011    Organizer and chair, Spring meeting, Arizona Chapter of the AATG, Flagstaff, NAU, April (4 speakers)
2011    Meeting of the Executive Board, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, WA, March 
2011    Organizer, one session, 4 papers, “Courtly Values in Medieval Courtly Literature,” The 126th Annual Convention Modern Language Association (Meeting Jan. 2012)
2011    Chair, one session, “The Iconography of Dancing and Political Satire,” Seventeenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Humanity and the Natural World in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2010
2011    Member, Selection Committee, Medieval Academy of America Graduate Student Paper Prize, Feb. (8 papers)
2011    Member, Selection Committee for the “Robert L. Kahn Prize,” on behalf of 
2011    Chair, one session, “Narrating Early Modern Violence,” 126th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Los Angeles, CA, Jan. 2011
2011    Chair, one session, “Courtly Religion,” 126th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Los Angeles, CA, Jan. 2011
2010    Organizer, two sessions, chair of one, “Women in/and Literature I and II,” Sixty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Albuquerque, NM, Oct.
2010    Organizer and chair, one session, “Ecocriticism,” Sixty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Albuquerque, NM, Oct.
2010    Organizer and chair, one session, “German Creative Writers Read their Works,” Sixty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Albuquerque, NM, Oct.
2010    Organizer and chair, one session, “English Renaissance Literature,” Sixty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Albuquerque, NM, Oct.    
2010    Organizer, two sessions, “Pornography in the Middle Ages,” 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies,Kalamazoo, MI, May 2011
2010    Chair, one session, “Challenges of Authenticity: The Letters of Abelard and Heloise,” 45th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2010    Organizer, two sessions, chair of one, “The State of the Arts in Medieval Studies: Where Have We Come From, Where Are We Today, Where Are We Going from Here?,” 45th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2010    Organizer, Spring meeting, Arizona chapter of the AATG, Tucson, May 2010 
2010     Organizer, one session, “Pan-European Medieval Narratives,” MLA 2011 (Jan.), rejected
2010    Chair, one session, “Natural Law and Church Authority,” Sixteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Humanity and the Natural World in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, Feb.
2010     Chair, Charles Davis Award Selection Committee, RMMLA (15 papers, each ca. 15 pp.)
2009     Organizer and chair, 1 session, “Transgression at Court,” The 125th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Dec.
2009     Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Tempe, October (Speakers: Swiss Consul Roland Rietmann, L.A., Judith Schalansky, Villa Aurora, L.A.)
2009     Organizer (3 sessions) and chair (1 session), “Friendship in the Middle Ages,” 44th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 7-10, 2009
2009     Chair, one session, “Countries, Islands, Communities,” “Natural and Constructed Spaces in the Middle Ages and Renaissance,” Annual Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association Conference,” Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, April 2009.
2009     Organizer and Chair, one session, “German Creative Writers Read their Works,” Sixty-Third Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Snowbird, Utah, Oct.
2009     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Practical Approaches to Teaching Culture,” Sixty-Third Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Snowbird, Utah, Oct.
2009     Organizer and Chair, one session, “German Literature pre-1900,” Sixty-Third Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Snowbird, Utah, Oct.
2009     Organizer and Chair, Spring Meeting, AZ chapter of the AATG, Tucson, Feb. (25 participants, 2 presenters)
2009     Meeting, Executive Board, RMMLA, Portland, OR, Feb.
2009     Chair, one session, “Scatology and Self-Knowledge,” Fifteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: The Five Senses in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2009
2009     Chair, one session, “Early Modern and Modern Visual and Cultural Theory,” Fifteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: The Five Senses in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2009
2009     Member, “Davis Award Selection Committee,” Rocky Mountain MLA
2008     Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG (2 speakers), ASU, Tempe, Nov.
2008     Chair, one session, “German ‘Sturm und Drang’ and Romanticism,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     MC, Luncheon Banquet, Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     Chair, one session, “German Literature before 1900,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     MC, Luncheon Banquet, Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     Moderator, Discussion about the film “Enlightenment Guaranteed,”
 2008     Chair, one session, “German ‘Sturm und Drang’ and Romanticism,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     MC, Luncheon Banquet, Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     Chair, “Creative Writing in German—Readings by Authors,” 
2008     Chair, one session, “German ‘Sturm und Drang’ and Romanticism,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     MC, Luncheon Banquet, Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     Chair, “Practical Approaches to Teaching Culture,” 
2008     Chair, one session, “German ‘Sturm und Drang’ and Romanticism,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     MC, Luncheon Banquet, Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008
2008     Successful nomination of Stephanie Duisberg, Tucson, for the ISE Language Matters Award (Grade 9-12 Outstanding German Educator)
2008     Organizer and chair of four NEH/Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies Research Forums, July/Aug.
2008     Organizer and chair of two Sookmyung International Summer School Research Forums, Seoul, S-Korea, June
2008     Organizer of two, and chair of one session, “Peace in the Middle Ages,” 43rd International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2008     Organizer and Chair, Spring Meeting, AZ AATG, Tucson, April
2008     Organizer, Host, Chair, Guest Presentation by Prof. Nadia Margolis, Univ. of MA, Amherst, April            
2008     Organizer, three sessions, German-pre 1900, RMMLA
2008     Organizer, one session, German-American Poetry Reading, RMMLA
2008     Meeting, Executive Board, RMMLA, Spokane, WA, March
2008     Chair, one session, “Sovereignty and Tyranny in German Law and Romance,” Fourteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Law and Sovereignty in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 
2008     Chair, one session, “Speaking for the Slave, the Jew, and the Muslim in Saxon and Anglo-Saxon Law and Story,” Fourteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Law and Sovereignty in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 
2007     Organizer and Chair, Ninth “Work-in-Progress Symposium: Current and Future Research,” University of Arizona Medieval and Renaissance Committee, Oct.
2007     Moderator, one session, “‘A Pall of Orthodoxy’: Academic Freedom in the Classroom,” Sixty-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 2007
2007     Moderator, one session, “Panel Discussion on Academic Freedom,” Sixty-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 2007
2007     Chair, “Creative Writing in German - Readings by Authors,” Sixty-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 2007
2007     Discussion Moderator, Film: The Live of Others, Sixty-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 2007
2007     Excursion Leader, Banff (42 participants), Sixty-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 2007
2007     Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG (4 speakers), Flagstaff, Sept.
2007     Organizer of two sessions, “War and Peace in the Middle Ages,” 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI
2007     Chair, one session, “Marie de France,” XIIe Congrès de la Société Internationale de littérature courtoise: Mythes à la cour, mythes pour la cour, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 2007.
2007     Organizer of two sessions, “Anti-War Sentiments in the Middle Ages,” 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2007     Chair, one session, “Anti-War Sentiments in the Middle Ages,” 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2007     Invitation and hosting of Prof. David Tinsley, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, for a guest lecture, April
2007     Chair, one session, “Transculturality and the Nineteenth Century,” Building Bridges: International Conference on Transcultural German Studies, Tucson, March
2007     Organizer and Chair of AZ AATG Spring Meeting, at ASU, Tempe, Feb. (three presenters and business meeting)
2007     Member, “Davis Award Selection Committee,” Rocky Mountain MLA
2006     Attendance, 40th Annual Convention of the ACTFL/AATG, Nashville, TN, Nov.
2006     Member, Workshop, “CV/Cover Letter Help Session,” Sixtieth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2006, Tucson
2006     Organizer and Chair, Arizona Chapter of AATG, Fall Meeting, Oct. (Tucson)
2006     Organizer and Chair, Ninth “Work-in-Progress Symposium: Current and Future Research,” University of Arizona Medieval and Renaissance Committee, Sept.
2006/07 Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “Anti-War Sentiments in the Middle Ages,” 42nd     International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2007.
2006     Chair, one session, “Representation of/in the Court,” 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2006     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Medieval German Literature,” Sixty’s Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain MLA, Oct.
2006     Organizer and Chair, one session, “German Literature to 1900,” Sixty’s Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain MLA, Oct.
2006     Chair, one session, “Church, Wealth and Its Critics,” Twelfth Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, Feb.
2005-2006 Local Arrangement Chair for the 2006 Annual Meeting of the RMMLA, Tucson
2005     Chair, one session, “Dissolution of Borders and Construction of Authenticity,” 24th Annual Conference of the Western Humanities Alliance, Tucson, Oct.
2005     Organizer and Chair, Arizona Chapter of AATG, Fall Meeting, Oct. (Tempe)
2005     Organizer, one session, “Issues of Performance in Premodern German Literature,” Twenty-Ninth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Milwaukee, WI, Sept./Oct.
2005     Organizer and Chair, 8th “Work-in-Progress” Symposium, UAMARRC, UA (7 papers, ca. 35 participants), Sept.    
2005     Organizer, two sessions, Chair, one session, “Troublemakers, Rebels, and Whisteblowers in Medieval Literature,” 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2006.
2005     Organizer, one session, “Animals and Heroes in Courtly Literature,” 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 2006
2005     Organizer, one session, “Hans Sachs and the Sixteenth-Century,” 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May     
2005     Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “Old Age in Medieval Literature,” 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May     
2005     Organizer and Chair, Arizona Chapter of AATG, Spring Meeting, April (Tucson, AZ)
2005     Chair, one session, “Literary and Social Functions of the Feast,” Eleventh Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, Feb.
2005     Member, Testing Committee, National German Testing Program for High Schools, AATG, AZ Chapter
2004     Chair, one session, “The Early Modern Period as Interdisciplinary Enterprise,” The 120th MLA Annual Convention, Philadelphia, Dec.
2004     Organizer and Chair, Fall Meeting, Arizona AATG Chapter, Tempe, Oct.
2004     Workshop organized and run, “Reading Out Loud Workshop: Middle High German,” Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Charleston, SC., Oct. 2004
2004     Chair, “Mostly Middle English Manuscripts,” Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Charleston, SC., Oct. 2004
2004     Organizer and Chair, “7th Work-In-Progress Symposium,” UAMARRC, Tucson, Oct
2004     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Language, Power, and Literature,” Fifty-Eight Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Sept./Oct. 2004
2004     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Poetry Reading by German-American Poets,” Fifty-Eight Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Sept./Oct. 2004
2004     Organizer, two sessions, “Old Age in Medieval Literature,” 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies (2005)
2004     Organizer, one session, “Hans Sachs,” 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies (2005)
2004     Chair, German Language Networking, 2004 Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, UA, Sept.
2004     Chair, three sessions, “Teaching Tools and Approaches,” 2004 Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, UA, Sept.
2004     Chair, one session, “Revisiting Hans Sachs I,” 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May
2004     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Children in the Middle Ages: New Perspectives,” 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May
2004     Organizer (with Shana Bell) and Chair, Spring Meeting, Arizona AATG, Tempe, March
2004     Chair, one session, “Contexts for Anglo-Irish Ecclesiastical Writing and History,” Tenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Translatio, or the Transmission of Culture, Tempe, Feb. 2004
2004     Creation of an extensive package for the seventh-year review of SGRABL by the MLA
2003     Ex Officio Member (RMMLA), Delegate Assembly, The 119th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, San Diego, Dec.
2003     Organizer of two, and chair of one session, “Family and Family Relations in German Renaissance and Baroque Literature,” The 118th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Dec.
2003     Invitation and Hosting of Dr. Hans Jürgen Wendler, Consul General of Germany, Los Angeles, Guest Lecture, Nov.
2003     Invitation of Prof. C. Stephen Jaeger, Director, Medieval Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, Guest Lecture, Nov.
2003     Chair, one session, “The Margins of the Globe,” 29th Annual Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Fayetteville, AR, Oct.
2003     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Women’s Voices in Poetry,” Fifty-Seventh Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Missoula, MT, Oct.
2003     Organizer, Moderator of Film Showing, Discussion Leader, The Vertical Ray of the Sun, Fifty-Seventh Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Missoula, MT, Oct.
2003     Organizer and President, Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Flagstaff, “Minoritätenliteratur in Deutschland” (Marilya Veteto), Oct.
2003     Organizer, two sessions, “Revisiting Hans Sachs,” 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2004
2003     Organizer, one session, “Children in the Middle Ages - New Perspectives,” 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2004
2003     Organizer and Chair, “6th Work-In-Progress Symposium,” UAMARRC, Tucson, Sept. (9 Speakers)
2003     Member, Executive Board Meeting, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA, May
2002-present Member, Advisory Board, International Courtly Literature Society
2002/03 Organizer of two sessions and Chair of one session “Discourse on Love, Marriage, and     Transgression,” 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2003.
2002/03 Organizer of two sessions, “Late Medieval German Language and Literature: New     Research Directions,” 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2003.
2003 Organizer and Presider, Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, ASU, Tempe, Feb. (Speaker: Doris Demmel, Goethe-Institute, SF, Michael Wolff, German Consulate, LA)
2003 Organizer and Chair, “5th Work-In-Progress Symposium,” UAMARRC, 9 Speakers, Jan.
2002 Chair, one session, “Foreign Encounters: Medieval” (Division on German Literature to 1700), The 118th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, New York, Dec. 2002    
2002 Ex Officio Member (RMMLA), Delegate Assembly, The 118th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, New York, Dec. 2002
2002     Master of Ceremony, Business Luncheon, Fifty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 2002
2002     Organizer, Chair, one session, “Late Medieval Women Writers 1500-1700,” Fifty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ, Oct.
2002     Introduction, Presentation, and Discussion Leader: Run Lola Run (movie), Fifty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 
2002     Organizer, Chair, one session, “Poetry Reading by German-American Poets,” Fifty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 
2002     Organizer, one session, “Human Relations in Medieval German Literature,” Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, San Diego, Oct.
2002     Chair, one session, “Bound to Petrarch: Questions of Source, Influences and Comparison,” 28th Annual Meeting of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Tallahassee, FL, Sept.
2002     Introduction of Peter Ecke, Participant, 19th Annual Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, UA, Tucson, Sept.
2002     Organizer and Chair, AZ AATG Chapter Meeting, Tucson, UoA, Sept.
2002     Organizer and Chair, 4th UAMARRC “Work-in-Progress” Symposium, Sept.     
2002     Organizer, one session, “Marginal Figures in Courtly Literature,”118th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, New York, NY. 
2002     Commentator and Moderator for Kelly Cherry, “Thomas Mann’s Doctor Faustus,” German Literature Between Faiths: Jew and Christian at Odds and in Harmony, University of Alabama, Huntsville, June 2002.
2002     Organizer and Chair, three sessions, “Violence in the Middle Ages I: Violent Aspects of Courtly Romances; II: The Otherness of Violence; III: The Disturbing Functions of Violence,” 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2002     Chair, one session, “Representation of Power in Medieval Europe and in Africa I,” 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
2002 Member, Executive Board Meeting, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA, April    
2002     Organizer and Chair, Third UAMARRC Symposium: “Little Known But Significant Documents and Issues”, UA, Feb. (31 participants) 
2002     Organizer and Co-Chair with Ingeborg Schmidt, Spring Meeting, AZ AATG, Tucson, AZ (34 participants)
2001     Chair, one session, “Literature of the Holy Roman Empire, Twenty-Seventh Annual Convention of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Oct.
2001     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Modern Medievalism,” Fifty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 
2001     Organizer and Chair, Special Event, “Open Discussion on the Role of Literature in Tomorrow’s Society,” Fifty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, B.C., Oct.
2001    Organizer and Chair, one session, “Poetry Reading by German-American Poets,” Fifty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 
2001     Organizer, Coordinator, and Chair, Second “Work-in-Progress” Symposium, University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Committee, Sept. (9 speakers)
2001/02 Organizer and Chair, three sessions, “Violence in the Middle Ages,” 37th International     Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2002.
2001     Meeting of the AZ AATG, Chandler, AZ, Sept.
2001     Chair, one session, “Origins of Medieval Chronicles and Romances,” 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.
2001     Chair, one session, “(Re)Inventing Tristan across Literature and the Arts,” 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.
2001     Chair, one session, “Tristan and Isolde: The Supporting Cast,” 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.
2001     Organizer of two sessions, and Chair of one session, “The Medieval Convent as Gesamtkunstwerk,” 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.
2001     Co-Chair, Tristan-Society, Business Meeting, 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.
2001     Chair, one session, “Toward a More Unified View of Goethe,” Moses “versus” Christ: Judeo-Christianity in German Literature, University of Alabama at Huntsville, March
2001     Organizer and Chair (12 speakers), Conference of the University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Committee: “Work in Progress” Symposium, Tucson, Feb.
2001     Meeting of the Arizona Chapter of AATG, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb.
2000     Chair, one session, “Textuality of the Medieval Hunt,” The 116th MLA Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2000
2000     Organizer of one session, “The Family in Medieval Courtly Romances,” The 116th MLA Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2000, Co-Chaired with Judith Rice Rothschild
2000-2001 Member, Executive Committee, South Eastern Medieval Association at SAMLA
2000     Participant, Fall Meeting, Arizona Chapter of the AATG, Chandler, Oct.
2000     Organizer and Moderator, “Money as a Universal Theme in the History of German Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present,” Twenty-Fourth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Houston, TX, Oct.  
2000     Co-Organizer and Participant, “Berlin 2000: Capital of the New Germany,” University of Arizona, Sept.
2000     Organizer, two sessions, “The Medieval Convent as ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’,” Thirty-Sixth International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.
2000     Attendance, CALICO 2000, Tucson, June 2000
2000     Chair, one session, “Fantasy and Fable in Medieval Literature I,” 35th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2000
2000     Organizer and Chair, one session, “The Foreign/er Among Us: Medieval Mentalitätsgeschichte,” 35th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2000
2000     Chair, one session, “Cinema Tristaniana: L’Eternel Retour,” 35th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2000
2000     Participant, Spring Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Tempe, March
2000     Chair, one session, “Fear in the Legends of Saints,” Sixth Annual ACMRS Conference: Fear and Its Representation in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Febr.
2000     Moderator, “What Works & What Doesn’t: Roundtable Discussion, Teaching Teams Training, U oA, Feb. (2 hour workshop with 40 participants)
1999     Chair, one session, “Topics in Germanic Philology,” The 115th Modern Language Annual Convention, Chicago, Dec. 1999.
1999,     Presider, Business Meeting, “Division of Germanic Philology,” The 115th Modern Language Annual Convention, Chicago, Dec. 1999.
1999     Participant, 16th Annual Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, Univ. of Arizona, Oct.
1999     Participant, German Forum, Tucson
1999     Co-organizer, together with Jean Godsall-Myers, 2 sessions, “The German Middle Ages in Modern Times,” Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Atlanta, Oct.
1999     Co-organizer, together with Dr. András Balogh, and Chair of a 2-day seminar, “Experience of the Foreign in the Middle Ages: Medieval German Literary Witnesses,” Eötvös-Loránd-University, Budapest, Hungary, June 1999.
1999     Workshop, “German Studies in the United States and Germanistik in Hungary,” Germanisztikai Intézet, Kossuth-Lajos-University, Debrecen, May (2 hour presentation and workshop).
1999     Conference Participant, “Pleasure & Power in a Gendered Perspective,” Central European University, Budapest, May (4 day conference).
1999     Workshop, “Medieval and Modern German Literature, Language Instruction, and the American Experience Regarding the Study of German,” Német Nyelvü Irodalmak Tanszéke, Janus Pannonius University, Pécs, Hungary, May (2 hour presentation and workshop).
1999     Workshop, “Modern Approaches to Teaching German Language and Medieval Literature at the College Level,” Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem, Piliscsaba, Hungary, July.
1999     Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “Encounter with the Foreign/er in the Middle Ages: Anthropological, Sociological, Imagological, and Mental-Historical Studies,” 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1999.
1999     Chair, one session, “Spoken Word and Written Speech in the Middle Ages I,” 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1999.
1999     Organizer and Chair, Spring meeting of the AZ AATG, Tucson
1999     Twenty-Third Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 
1998     Secretary and President-Elect, Discussion Group on Germanic Philology, MLA.
1998     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Foreigners in Courtly Romances,” 114th Convention of the Modern Language Association, San Francisco, Dec. 1998.
1998     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Electronic Publishing and Tenure,” 114th Convention of the Modern Language Association, San Francisco, Dec. 1998.
1998     Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “The Middle Ages in Modern German Literature I and II),” 32nd Annual Meeting of the ACTFL/AATG, Chicago, Nov. 
1998     Participant, Fall Workshop of the Arizona Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German, Phoenix, Oct
1998     Chair, one session, “German Medieval Literature,” Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting, South Eastern Medieval Association, Decatur, GA, Oct.
1998     PAL Facilitator for “Networking Across Language Communities,”14th Annual Language Teachers’ Symposium, University of Arizona, Sept.
1998     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Meeting with the Foreign/er in the Middle Ages: Tolerance or Xenophobia?,” Chair, one session, “Sang versé, sang géurisseur, sang aliment, sang du Christ dans la littérature médiévale allemande,”Chair, Business Meeting, Tristan Society, 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1998     Participant, “1998 Technology Enabled Learning Conference,” UA, April
1998     Organizer, with Richard Helt, and Presider, Spring Meeting of the AZ AATG Chapter, Flagstaff, Invitation of Prof. Richard Rundell, Las Cruces, NM, as Speaker.
1998     Chair, one session, “Political and Religious Images of Union,” Fourth Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Tempe, Febr. 
1997     Organizer and Chair, “Technology in the Classroom,” 113th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Dec. 1997.
1997     Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “German Medieval Studies as a Paradigm for German Studies, 31st Annual Meeting of the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages, Nashville, TN, November
1997     Arizona Humanities Council National Issues Forums Facilitators Training, Tucson, Oct.
1997-1998 Secretary and President-Elect, German Sections, Rocky Mountain Modern Language     Association.
1997     Organizer and Presider, Fall Meeting of the AZ AATG Chapter, Tucson, October; Invitation of Prof. Dieter Jedan, Southeastern Missouri University, as speaker
1997     PAL Facilitator for “Networking Across Language Communities,”13th Annual 1997 Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, University of Arizona
1997     Organizer and Presider, German Section, 13th Annual 1997 Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, University of Arizona
1997     Organizer, one session, “Meeting with the Foreign/er in the Middle Ages: Tolerance or Xenophobia,” 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI 
1997     Chair, one session, “The Impact of the Printing Press on Courtly Literature,” Chair, one session, “Orthodoxie et Héterodoxie au Moyen Age,” Chair, one session, “Tristan-Studies, II,” Presider, Business-Meeting, “Tristan-Society,” 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1997     Chair, one session, “‘Is that the law?’”: Precedent and Profession,” Crossing Boundaries. Third Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, February.
1996     Organizer, one session, “The Word, the Book, and the Magic of Reading,” Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Waco, TX, Oct.
1996     Organizer, one session, “The Impact of the Printing Press on Courtly Culture,” Organizer, one session, “Tristan Studies,” 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI
1996     Chair, two sessions, “Tristan Studies,” 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1996     Chair, “Sex, Love and Marriage in Medieval Literature and Reality, I,” 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1996     Organizer, one session, “The Book and the Magic of Reading,” 112th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C. December
1995     Organizer and Chair, one session, “The Book and the Magic of Reading,” 111th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, December
1995     Chair, one session, Comparative Literature, 49th Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA, October
1995/1996 Organizer and Chair of Spring 1996 Meeting of the AZ AATG Chapter, Tucson;     invitation of Prof. Judith Ricker, University of Arkansas, as speaker.
1995     Organizer (with Richard Helt) and Chair of Fall Meeting of the AZ AATG Chapter, Flagstaff
1995     Organizer, two sessions, “Tristania,” 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI.
1995     Organizer, Chair, one session, “The Book and the Magic of Reading,” 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1996
1995     Chair, two sessions, “Tristania,” 30th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1995     Chair, one session, “King Arthur and the Holy Grail II,” 30th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1995     Chair, one session, “Late-Medieval German Literature,” 30th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1995     Introduction to Worldwide Web Network, Library, University of Arizona, February 
1995     Organizer, “Comparative Literature,” Rocky Mountain Modern Language Conference, Spokane, WA
1995     Together with Judy Fullerton, Organizer of February meeting of the AATG AZ Chapter, Tempe; presider, invitation of Johanna Whiteman and Kay Dubois (Washington) as instructors
1994     Organizer and Presider, November meeting of the AATG AZ chapter, Tucson, invitation of Carolyn Kemplin (Dallas, TX) and Sinasi Dikmen (Germany) as speakers
1994     Secretary, “Comparative Literature” session, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, October
1994     Organizer, seven sessions, “Fifteenth-Century Symposium,” 30th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 1995
1994     Organizer, two sessions, “Tristan-Studies,” 30th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 1995
1994     Chair, one session, “Comparative and Postmodern Approaches to Tristan Versions,” 29th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May
1994     Chair, one session, “Animal Epics in Medieval Literature,” 29th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May
1994     Chair, one session, “Late-Medieval German Literature,” 29th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May
1994     Chair, one session, XVth International Humanitas Congress, Tempe, AZ
1993     Organizer, Chair, one session, “Canon and Canon Transgressions in Medieval Courtly German Literature,” 109th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Ontario, December
1993     Organizer of the February 1994 Meeting and Chair, AATG-Arizona Chapter, Tempe, AZ; with 4 speakers for a panel discussion: Dr. R. Sosa, Dept. of Eduation, John D'Andrea, Dept. of International Economics (Tucson), Prof. Gerald Kleinfeld (ASU), Prof. Don Penrose from Thunderbird (Int. Business School), Phoenix; and workshop with Uwe Kind
1993     Chair, one session, “Problems in Translation from Foreign Languages,” 47th Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Denver, October
1993     Secretary, Session “German Literature Before 1900,” 47th Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Denver, October
1993     Organization (with Richard Helt) and Chairing of the September Meeting of the Arizona AATG Chapter in Flagstaff
1993     Organizer, eight sessions, “Fifteenth-Century Symposium,” 29th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1994
1993     Organizer, three sessions, “Tristan,” 29th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1994
1993     Chair, two sessions, “Tristan,” 28th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1993     Chair, one session, “Late Medieval German Language and Literature,” 28th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1993     Chair, one session, “Humanist Debates,” Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, Flagstaff, AZ, April.
1993     Organizer, one session, “Translation,” 47th Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Denver, October
1993     Assistant Member of Local Arrangement Committee, joint Meeting of The Medieval Academy of America and the Medieval Association of the Pacific, April, Tucson, AZ
1992     January, Organizer and Chair, AATG, Arizona Chapter Meeting, Tucson, AZ
1992     Organizer, four sessions, Chair, two sessions, “Tristania,” 28th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1993
1992     Organizer, one session “Late Medieval German Languages and Literature, 28th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1993
1991     Organizer, five sessions, “Tristania in the Middle Ages, the European Reception, Modern Tristania,” chaired two sessions: 27th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1992
1991     Organizer and chair, one session, “15th and 16th Centuries German Languages and Literature,” 27th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 1992
1991     Conference, chaired three sessions, “Late Medieval Tristan-Reception and Adaptation,” “Gottfried von Straßburg's Tristan: New Directions,” and “German Language and Literature in the Late Middle Ages,” 26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May
1990     Organizer, one session, “Women in the Nordic and Germanic Heroic Epics,” Seventeenth Annual Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, Birmingham, AL, 1991
1990     Chair, one session, “Teaching the Middle Ages,” Sixteenth Annual Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Raleigh, NC, September
1990     Chair, one session, “Laying the Foundations, V,” Anticlericalism in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, NEH-funded Seminar, organized by Heiko A. Obermann and Peter Dykema, UA, September 1990.
1990     Organizer, three sessions, “Tristan-Studies, 26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 1991
1990     Organizer, one session, “Late Medieval German Languages and Literatures,” 26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 1991
1990     Chair, one session, “Dreams, Nightmares, and Dreaming in the Middle Ages,” 106th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, December
1990     Chair, one session, “Late Medieval German Literature and Language,” 25th International Congress of Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May
1990     Organizer, one session, “Dreams, Nightmares, and Dreaming in the Midle Ages,” International Courtly Literature Society at the 106th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, 1990
1989     Chair, one session, “Modern Psychological Theories and the Medieval Courtly Romances,” 105th Convention of the Modern Language Association Conference, Washington, D.C., December
1989     Chair, one session, “Comparative Literature,” Fifteenth Annual South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX, October
1989     Chair, one session, “Middle High German II,” Fifteenth Annual South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, Houston, TX, October
1989     Organizer, five sessions, 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, 1990
1989     Organizer, one session, “Late Medieval German Language and Literature” 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
1988     Organizer, one session, “Modern Psychological Theories and the Medieval Courtly Romances,” International Courtly Literature Society, 105th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C. December 1989
1988     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Teaching the Middle Ages,” 14th Annual South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, Richmond, VA, September
1988     Organizer, one session “French and German Literature,” Annual Conference of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Los Angeles, 1989
1988     Organizer and Chair, one session, “Comparative Approaches in Literature,” Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, April 1989
1988     Organizer, five sessions, “Middle High German Literature” 24th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazo, MI, 1989
1987     Organizer, four sessions, “Middle High German Literature” 23rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI 1988
1984     Panelist, Workshop on “International Affairs,” International Center, U of VA, October
                        

ACADEMIC SERVICE (INTERNATIONAL):
2019    Organizer and Chair of the Sixteenth international symposium, “Imagination, Fantasy, and Monstrosity in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” Tucson, AZ, May (29 participants from the USA, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Sweden, Egypt).
2018    Organizer and Chair of the Fifteenth international symposium, on “Pleasure and Leisure:  Toys, Games, and Entertainment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age,” Tucson, May (24 participants from the USA, England, Germany, Egypt, New Zealand, and the Czech Republic)
2018    Organizer and Chair, Telgte 2 in Tucson. Dichtertreffen der Society for American Writers in German, 10 participants, Tucson, April
2017    Organizer and Chair of the Fourteenth international symposium on “On the Road again: Time, Space, and Identity in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time,” May, 25 papers (contributors from Israel, the Czech Republic, Austria, Belgium, Italy, and the USA)
2016    Organizer and Chair, Telgte in Tucson. Dichtertreffen der Society for American Writers in German, 11 participants, Tucson, Sept.
2016    Organizer and Chair of the Thirteenth international symposium on “Magic and Magicians in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age,” 13th international symposium, UA: May, 24 papers (contributors from Finland, Israel, UK, Italy, Czech Republic, and the USA)
2015    Organizer and Chair of the Twelfth international symposium on “Hygiene, Medicine, and Well-Being in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age”: 18 papers (Czech Republic, UK, Italy, and the USA).
2014    Organizer and Chair, Eleventh International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies, “Death and the Culture of Dying,” May
2014    Hosting of Alexander Wildgans, Bundesbeauftragter für Deutsche Immersionsschulen in den USA, San Francisco, April
2013    Invitation of the German writer Volker Altwasser to speak at the Fall meeting of the AZ AATG, Tucson, Nov. (last minute cancellation on his part)
2013    Chair, one session (4 papers), “Sei wi du willt namenloses Jenseits”: Neue interdisziplinäre Ansätze zur Analyse des Unerklärlichen, University of Vienna, Oct.-Nov. 2013
2013    Co-Organizer with Manshu Ide, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan, International Symposium: “Fremdes Mittelalter - Die Fremde im Mittelalter: Xenologische Hermeneutik”
2013    Chair, one session, with Koji Ota, International Symposium: “Fremdes Mittelalter - Die Fremde im Mittelalter: Xenologische Hermeneutik,” Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan
2013    Organizer and Chair (25 talks) of the Tenth International Symposium of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, “Mental Health, Spirituality, and Religion,” May (recruited 24 speakers from 8 countries, organized housing, conference site, food, transportation of participants twice a day, advertisement, setting up packages, leading discussions, organizing 3 evening receptions, soliciting funds).
2012    Member, Editorial Board, Translation as Intercultural Operation, Universidad de     Cordoba, Spain, June through October, Conference Organization and Preparation for         Publication of the Proceedings
2012-    Member, Editorial Board for Translation Series: Middle High German to Spanish, for         Portaleditions (together with Eva Parra Membrives, Universidad de Sevilla)
2012    Organizer and Chair (23 talks) of the Ninth International Symposium of Medieval and         Early Modern Studies, “East Meets West,” May (recruited 23 other speakers, organized housing, conference site, food, transportation, advertisement, setting up packages, leading discussions, organizing evening receptions, soliciting funds
2012-    Member of the Research Group “Crime/Detective Narratives International,” with Prof.         Eva Parra Membrives, Universidad de Sevilla
2012-    Member of the Research Group “Minne-Lexicón: diccionario de términos y motivos de la     lírica religiosa y profana de la Edad Media europea (s. XI-XV),” Universidades de Córdoba and Sevilla, Spain
2012    Member of the Organizational Committee for the “I Congreso Internacional de Literatura     Trivial y de Entretenimiento, Sevilla, 26-29 de junio de 2012
2011    Organizer and Chair (4 talks), Research Forum, ASU Summer School, University of         Cambridge, at St. Catharine’s, July
2011    Organizer and Chair (8 talks), International Symposium, Rural Space in the Middle Ages         and Early Modern Times, University of Cambridge, at St. Catharine’s, July
2011    Organizer and Chair (22 talks), Eighth International Symposium, Rural Space in the Middle         Ages and Early Modern Times, University of Arizona, Tucson, May
2011    Organizer and Chair (12 talks) of the 4th International Symposium, Wahres Leben und         Tod vom 16. Jahrhundert bis zur Neuzeit: 4. Symposium der Theophrastus-Stiftung     Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany, March 2011 (15 speakers from the USA, Germany, Hungary,     the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, and the UK). 
2011    Member of the Scholarly Committee, VIII CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL:             Traducción, Texto e Interferencias, Cracow, Poland, and Sevilla, Spain, June 30-July 1
2010    Participant and Speaker, Neue Konzepte zur Rolle der Literatur in Deutsch als Fremdsprache und Internationaler Germanistik, Herder-Institut der Universität Leipzig, Germany, Sept. 2010 (invited) (3 days)
2010    Organizer and chair, Research Forum I, II, and III, Sookmyung International Summer     School 2010, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2010 (ten speakers over three weeks)
2010    Organizer of the Seventh International Symposium on “Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” May, Chair of 25 sessions
2009-2010 Organizer and Chair of the 3rd International Symposium on Theophrastus Paracelsus, Constance, March 2010: “Religion und Gesundheit im 16. Jahrhundert” (16 speakers from Germany, Switzerland, France, Austria, and the USA), chair of seven sessions.
2009     Co-organizer (including funding organizer) of international conference on Kultur- und         Kommunikationshistorischer Wandel des Populären im 16. Jahrhundert, Freiburg i. Br.,         Nov. 2009 (15 participants)
2009     Invitation of Judith Schalansky (Berlin), to a reading at UA, Oct.
2009     Organizer of the Sixth International Symposium on “Laughter in the Middle Ages and         Early Modern Age, University of Arizona, May, chair of 15 sessions
2008     Organizer of the Fifth International Symposium on “Urban Space in the Middle Ages and     the Early Modern Age, University of Arizona, Tucson, May; chair of 23 sessions
2008     Invitation of Swiss writer Catalin Florescu to a reading, sponsored by Pro-Helvetia         (cancelled last minute), April
2007-2009 Member, Selection Committee, Exchange Program Fribourg, CH,-UA
2007     Host to Profs. Eva Parra and Juan Fernando, Universidad de Sevilla, at the UA
2007     Organizer and Chair of 20 sessions, Fourth International Symposium, “History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Tucson, AZ, May (25 participants from AU, UK, AZ, USA)
2007-    Coordinator of internship positions for our students through the Steuben-Schurz Society, Frankfurt, Germany
2006     Chair, four sessions, Alterskulturen des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit. 16. Internationaler Kongress, Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems a. d. D., Oct. 2006
2006     Chair, three sessions, “Zwischen Herschaft und Kunst: Fürstliche und adlige Frauen im         Zeitalter Elisabeths von Lothringen, Gräfin von Nassau-Saarbrücken (14.-16. Jahrhundert), Kolloquium an der Universität des Saarlandes,” Saarbrücken, Sept. 2006 
2006     Organizer and Chair of 24 papers, Third International Symposium, “Old Age in the     Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” Tucson, AZ, April (participants from AU, UK, NL,     CAN, F, and USA).
2005     Host to Prof. Eva Parra Membrives, Universidad de Sevilla, as guest to the UA, Oct.
2005     Organizer and Chair, Second International Symposium, “Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” Tucson, AZ, April/May (moderated 25     papers/sessions, organized all social events [3 receptions, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, 4     refreshments; two excursions]; participants from NZ, AU, Portugal, Poland, England,     Canada, and the US)
2005     Member, Selection Committee, Exchange Program Fribourg, CH,-UA
2004-     Member of the Advisory Board, Centre for Medieval and Early Modern European Studies University of Auckland, New Zealand
2004     Co-Facilitator of the Visit by Dr. Bernd Fischer, German Embassy, Washington, D.C.,     Oct.
2004     Organization, Welcome, and Introduction of Prof. Robert Rehder, Dept. of English, University of Fribourg, CH (Poetry Reading and Lecture), August
2004     Invitation and Hosting of Prof. Eva Parra-Membrives, Universidad de Sevilla, April/May
2004     Organizer and Chair, First International Symposium the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, on “Childhood and Family Relations in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” UA, Tucson, April-May (moderated 23 papers, organized all social events/refreshments, excursions, and social get-togethers; participants from Spain, Germany, France, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, The Netherlands, USA).
2004     Invitation and Hosting of Dr. Bernd Fischer, German Embassy, Washington, D.C., April
2004     Invitation and Hosting of Prof. Constant J. Mews, Monash University, Melbourne, April
2003    Organizer, one session, “Violence at the Medieval Court,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 14-17.
2003     Organizer and chair, Conference on “Discourse on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in     Medieval and Early-Modern Literature,” UA, Tucson, May (moderated 19     papers/sessions, organized all social events/refreshments, excursions, and social get-        togethers; participants from France, Austria, Poland, England, and the USA)
2002     Chair, three sessions, at “Soi-même et l’autre dans la littérature mediévale. Colloque     international,” Centre d’Etudes Médiévales de l’Université de Picardie-Jules Verne,     Amiens, March
    2002     Academic Evaluation (“Gutachten”) for the Research Project “Der Gesamtbriefwechsel Christine Lavant,” submitted to Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung, Vienna, Austria, Jan.
    2001     Successful Nomination and Support of Dr. Nadejda Guerassimenko, Andrey Rublev Central Museum of Ancient Russian Culture and Art, for a Congress Travel Award, 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI.
2000     Chair, one session, “Material Culture and Art: Everyday Life in 15th-Century Europe 2,”     4th International Congress The Fifteenth Century, Antwerp July.
    2000     Chair, one session, “Late Medieval Women 3,” 4th International Congress The Fifteenth     Century, Antwerp July.
2000     Chair, one session, “The Concept of ‘Memoria’ in Courtly Medieval Literature, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July
2000     Evaluation (“Gutachten”) of Dr. Bernhard Krause, Univ. of Mannheim 
2000     Invitation of Gabrielle Alioth, Swiss Writer, April
2000     Invitation of Prof. Peter Dinzelbacher, University of Salzburg, Febr./March
2000     Nomination of Günter Grass to receive an honorary degree from the University of Arizona
1999     Invitation of Prof. Manfred Markus, Dept. of English, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Nov.
1999     Chair, two sessions, Interdisziplinäres Symposion der Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft: Bilanz der Spätmittelalterforschung, Kaprun, Austria, Sept.
1999     Organizer and Chair, two sessions, “Meeting the Foreign/er: Hermeneutic Perspectives I and II,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July
1999     Invitation of Mr. Alois Hotschnig, Writer, Innsbruck, Austria, reading from his work, April.
1998     Invitation of Mr. Rüdiger Löwe, Head of the Political News and Public Discussions Dept., Bavarian Television, Munich, October
1998     Chair, one session, “New Voices and their Implications in 13th Century Romance,” Ninth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, University of British Columbua, Vancouver, August
1998     Chair, one session, “Literary and Socio-Historical Contexts, III,” Ninth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, August
1998     Invitation of Dr. Wolfgang Schopf, University of Frankfurt, April
1998     Invitation of Prof. Manfred Markus, University of Innsbruck, Febr.
1997     Invitation of Gabrielle Alioth, Swiss writer, Nov.
1997     Chair, one session, “Aspects of Medieval Archeology and Architecture in Slovenia, Livonia and Latvia (Twelfth-Fifteenth Century), Fourth International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, England, July.
1997     Invitation of Alfred Kolleritsch, Poet, Graz, Austria, April
1996     Invitation of Dr. Otto Marchi, Writer and Historian, Lucerne, Switzerland, Nov.
1996     Invitation of Prof. Wolfgang Pfeiler, Dept. of Political Science, Univ. of Greifswald/FRG
1996     Chair, two sessions, “Ich - Ulrich von Liechtenstein,” Akademie Friesach, Austria, Sept.
1996    Chair, one session, “Madwoman, Mystic, or Misunderstanding? The Challenge of Margery’ Kempe und Alice Kyteler,” 3rd International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Geat Britain.
1996    Chair, two sessions, “Text im Kontext: Deutsche Sprache und Literatur 1450-1620,” International Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, May.
1995     Invitation of Prof. Manfred Markus, Chair, Dept. of English, Univ. of Innsbruck/Austria
1995     Invitation of Herbert Kuhner (poet, Vienna), Prof. W. Heindl (Vienna), and Prof. Jürgen Koppensteiner (Uof Northern Iowa) to the AZ AATG Chapter Fall Meeting, Flagstaff.
1995     Chair, two sessions, international conference “The Fifteenth Century,” Kaprun, Austria, July.
1995     Invitation of Catrin Gersdorf, Univ. of Leipzig, Germany, Presentation of a Paper, March
1994     Invitation of Sinasi Dikmen (Germany) to the UA, Reading from his Work at the AATG AZ Chapter meeting
1994     Chair, two sessions, “15th-Century Studies,” International Medieval Congress, Leeds, United Kingdom, July 1994
1994     Invitation of Folke Tegetthoff (Austria) to the UA for a Presentation of his Work
1993     Invitation of Elisabeth Borchers (Germany) to the UA, Reading from her Work at the UA and at ASU.
1993     Evaluator for Promotion to the Associate Professor of Dr. Margret Jackson, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C., Canada
1993     Organizer, three sessions, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England, July 1994
1993 to present member of the Advisory Board, Mediaevistik
1993     Evaluator of Research Grant Proposal, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Ottawa. February
1993     Evaluator of Manuscript by Sarah Westphal, Textual Poetics of German Manuscripts, 1300-1500, McGill University, Ottawa, Canada
1993     Chair, eight sessions, International Conference on “Erec, ou l'ouverture du monde arthurien,” Centre d'Etudes Médiévales, Université de Picardie, Amiens, France, January
1992     Chair, eight sessions, International Conference on “Mondes nouveaux, nouveaux mondes au Moyen Age,” Centre d’Etudes Médiévales, Université de Picardie, Amiens, France, April.
1991     Chair, two sessions, conference on “La chanson des Nibelungen hier et aujourd’hui,” Centre d’Etudes Médiévales, Université de Picardie, Amiens, France, January. 
1990     Chair, two sessions, “Court and Culture, I and II,” International Congress Perpignan, Fifteenth-Century Studies, Perpignan, France, July
1990 to 2008 Member of the “Redaktion” of Mediaevistik, ed. P. Dinzelbacher (Frankfurt a.M.:     Lang).

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY:
2019    Recommendation for Dr. Craig A. Meyer’s tenure and promotion atTexas A&M University-Kingsville (based on his articles published in Humanities Open Access), Dec. 
2019    Letter of Recommendation for Mandy Han, for the M.A. program in German Studies, UoA, Nov.
2019    Letter of Recommendation for Veronica Ostertag, for a Lectureship position at German Studies, UoA, Nov.
2019    Letter of Recommendation for Nicholas Hansen, Penn State Law School, 
2019    Recommendation of Talitha Swerdlove Cuthbertson for one of the SILLC Global Awards, Sept.
2019    Recommendation of Tyler James ‘TJ’ Fox for the Masters Program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ (Sept.)
2019    Nomination of Bailey Lockwood for the Centennial Undergraduate Achievement Award, Sept., successful. 
2019    Recommendation of Courtney Baxter for Medical School (August)
2019    Recommendation of Jasmine Acfaller for Medical School (May)
2019    Recommendation of Davis Millar for the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program at the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, and London Business School (April)
2019    Endorsement of Łukasz Chwałko’s recent film, The Life and Work of Jacob Böhme, April
2019    Recommendation of Belinda Kleinhans for the promotion to Associate Professor with tenure at Texas Tech University, April
2019    Recommendation for Kat Lewis, study abroad program in Copenhagen, March
2019    Recommendation for Christian Vasquez, for the medieval Europe program, March
2019    Recommendation for (Angela) Chaoqun Guo, for the Leipzig program, Feb.
2019    Recommendation for Ciara Daniels’s application to our M.A. program, Feb. and March (two times)
2019    Recommendation for Eric Nash, German teacher, Chandler Preparatory Academy, in support of his program, Feb.
2019    Recommendation of Courey Ryan Arnold for the Provost Senior Award, Jan.
2019    Recommendation of James Staples for the Msc in Osteoarchaeology at Aberdeen University, Jan.
2019    Recommendation of Prof. Jalal abd Alghani for a joint appointment in the Faculty of Humanities, Tel Aviv University, Jan.
2019    Recommendation of Manuel A. Colores for Study Abroad in Orvieto, UoA, Jan.
2018    Recommendation of Corey Arnold for a Teaching Assistantship with Fulbright Austria, Dec.
2018    Recommendation of Dr. Michael Conrad for a position as Post-Doc at the University of Chicago, Art History, Nov.
2018    Recommendation of Mendi Han for a DAAD Study Grant, Nov.
2018    Recommendation of Nicholas Petry for the Ph. D. in Transcultural German Studies, University of Arizona, Nov.
2018    Recommendation of Matthew Mulconrey for the Ph.D. program at Harvard University, UCLA, Chicago, UC Irvine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Nov.
2018    Recommendation of Dr. Na’ama Shulman, Jerusalem, for a post-doc from the Martin Buber Fellowship, Oct.
2018    Recommendation of Mengdi Han for the Global Studies Award, undergraduate student category, Oct.
2018    Recommendation of Carolin Radtke for a grant from the University of Arizona - Graduate and Professional Student Council, Sept.
2018    Recommendation of Jasmine Acfaller for the Master Program in Public Health, UoA, Sept.
2018    Recommendation of Xi Yichuan for the 2018 Centennial Achievement Awards, Undergraduate Nomination, Aug.
2018    Recommendation of Carolin Radtke for the 2018 Centennial Achievement Awards, Graduate Nomination, Aug.
2018    Recommendation of Empire High School for the nomination as an AATG Center of Excellence, Aug.
2018    Recommendation of Jasmine Acfalle for Medical School, May
2018    Letter of recommendation of Melanie Mello for the Goethe-Institute/AATG Certificate of Merit, May
2018    Letter of support for Eric Huelsman in a petition case, May
2018    Recommendation of Alexander Zormeier for a teaching job in Germany, March
2018    Recommendation of Ciara Daniels for membership in Phi Beta Kappa, Feb.
2018    Recommendation of Michael Lyons for a job application, Feb.
2018    Recommendation of Ciara Daniels for the Graduating Senior Award, Spring 2018
2018     Letter of Recommendation of Talia Voutsas for Social Studies, graduate program, ASU, Feb.
2018    Nomination of Ciara Daniels for the Pillars of Excellence Award, Jan.
2018    Recommendation of Kaitlyn Molloy for the Engineering Ambassador program, UoA, Jan.
2018    Recommendation for Molly Gebler, for the Social Work (PHD) program at Arizona State University, Jan.
2018    Recommendation of Casey Norman for the Dept. of Teaching, Learning, & Sociocultural Studies, UoA, Jan.
2017    Letter of recommendation of Lucy Moore (several schools)
2017    Letter of recommendation of Alexander Zormeier for the COH Graduating Senior Award, Nov. and submission of the entire nomination package
2017    Recommendation of James Howell for Amphi High School District, Nov.
2017    Recommendation of Connie Scarborough for the Barnie Rushfield Award , Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Oct.
2017    Recommendation of Rowen Lentz for Urban Teachers, Oct.
2017    Recommendation of Allison Leibrandt for Study Abroad, New Zealand, 2018, and also for Scholarship Universe (Oct.)
2017    Recommendation of Fabian Alfie for the Arizona Humanities  Public Scholar Award
2017    Recommendation of Nicholas Hansen for the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) (Sept.)
2017    Recommendation of Agnes Cser for Kennesaw State University (Sept.)
2017    Recommendation of Jessica McCraw for Fulbright U.S. Student Program (Aug.)
2017    Recommendation of Jasmine Acfaller for Medical School, Aug. (twice)
2017    Recommendation of Kathleen Shull for the AATG Outstanding Teacher Award, May
2017    Recommendation of Amber Hawkins for Medical School, May
2017    Recommendation of Connie Scarborough for the Texas Tech University Horn Professorship, May
2017    Recommendation of Annalise Livingston for the M.A. in History, UA (March)
2017    Recommendation of Connie Scarborough for the A&S Excellence in Research Award, Lubbock, TX (Feb.)
2017    Recommendation of Jasmine Acfaller for the Graduating Senior Award (Feb.)
2017    Recommendation of Lili Steffen for the Graduating Senior Award (Feb.)
2017    Recommendation of Mendi Han for the DSC/Leipzig Award (Jan.)
2017    Recommendation of Shanna Nelson for the SILLC Global Award (Jan.)
2017    Recommendation of Delaney Thomas for an R.A. position, UoA (Jan.)
2016    Recommendation of Thomas Hylton, for an FEA Scholarship Application, Study Abroad, 2017
2016    Recommendation of Hayen Godfrey, for The Graduate School University of Wisconsin-Madison, Nov.
2016    Recommendation of James Howell, Ph.D., Interfolio, Nov.
2016    Recommendation of Agnes J. Cser for Stanford University, Texas University, St. Marco, Univ. of CA at Santa Barbara, University of Alabama, Oct. and Nov.
2016    Recommendation of Emma Harken, Graduate School, ASU, Oct.
2016    Recommendation of Alison Statham, for Teaching for America, Oct.
2016    Recommendation of Connie Scarborough for the the Barnie E. Rushing, Jr. Faculty Distinguished Research Award, Texas Tech University
2016    Recommendation of Annalise Livingston, Exchange program with Fribourg, CH
2016    Nomination of Rosalie F. Crawford for the 2016 Centennial Achievement Award
2016    Recommendation of Alexander Miller (Goethe-Institute, DC)
2016    Recommendation of Kathleen Shull (Master in German Studies, at UNM)
2016    Recommendation of Timothy Binckley (Medical School)
2016    Nomination/recommendation of Alexander Miller, Outstanding Senior Award Spring (not successful)
2016    Recommendation of Adam James Hennekes for Global Ambassador at the Global Initiatives at the UofA
2016    Recommendation of Caroline Starr Bartlett for Bobcats Senior Honorary, UA, Feb.
2016    Recommendation of Alex Moore, Common Application, Feb.
2016    Recommendation of Rosie Crawford, scholarships, Feb.
2016    Recommendation of Laisa Neuner for the Provost Senior Undergraduate Award, Feb.
2016    Recommendation of Sarah Johnson, MA in Education, UA and NAU, Feb.
2016    Recommendation of Alain Touwaida, Charles and Linda Wilson Professorship in the History of Medicine, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Jan.
2016    Recommendation of John Water, MA program in Linguistics, UA, Jan.
2015    Recommendation of Jaynie Adams (Teach for America) (Nov.)
2015    Recommendation of program extension for Kuang ZhengYang (UA) (Nov.)
2015    Recommendation of Ren Nakayabashi, Keio University, for a DAAD Fellowship, Sept.
2015    Recommendation of Fabian Alfie for his sabbatical Spring 2017 (UA) (Sept.)
2015    Recommendation of Jaynie Elizabeth Adams (Sept.)
2015    Recommendation of Prof. Allison P. Coudert for Professor to Professor, 1st Above Scale, University of California at Davis (Aug.)
2015    Recommendation of Brett Thomas, for NAU (June)
2015    Recommendation of Tyler Hoelscher for Medical School (May)
2015    Recommendation of Alexander Moore (math tutor, UA) (April)
2015    Recommendation of Julia Carmen for Graduate School, City Year (April)
2015    Recommendation of Robert Anderson for Graduate Law School (April)
2015    Recommendation of Dr. Joan Grenier-Winther for the Marianna Merritt and Donald S. Matteson Distinguished Professorship, Washington, University, Pullman, WA, April 
2015    Recommendation of Dr. Scott Taylor, Pima Community College, Tucson (April)
2015    Recommendation of Dr. Alain Touwaide, Smithsonian Institute, DC (April)
2015    Recommendation of Timothy Binkley (Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, Austria) (Feb., successful)
2015    Recommendation of Timothy Binkley, Medical School (March)
2015    Recommendation of Sara A. Lee, ASU, to the AATG (Feb.)
2015    Recommendation of Erin Miller (study abroad) (Feb.)
2015    Recommendation of Michael Lyon, Diplomatic Academy, Vienna (Feb.)
2015    Recommendations (2) of Andrea Anaya, French Program in Paris (Feb.)
2015    Recommendation of Agnes Cser for a GPSC Travel Grant, UA (Feb.)
2015    Recommendation of Brittany Rudolph for an Internship with the MoMA, NY (Feb.)
2015    Recommendation of Laisa Neuner for the Weinel Scholarship (Jan.)
2014    Recommendation of Victor Lennartz, for a position as tutor in SALT, UA (Dec.)
2014    Recommendation of Chelsea Robins, Teach for America (Oct.)
2014    Recommendation of Lee Gagum, Centennial Graduate Student Award (Sept.)
2014    Recommendation of Timothy Binkley, Medical School (May)
2014    Recommendation of Molly Gebler, Aid to Adoption of Special Kids, Phoenix (May)
2014    Recommendation of Laisa Neuner, COH Ambassador (April)
2014    Recommendation of Albert Reibert, COH Ambassadors (March)
2014    Recommendation of Ashley Nicole Sherry (teaching in Tucson) (March)
2014    Recommendation of Matthew Kirk, Study Abroad, Munich, Automotive Engineering (March)
2014     Recommendation of Laura Unkelsbay (Fulbright Teaching Assistantship, Austria) (Feb., successful)
    countless other recommendations prior to 2014, such as
2004    Recommendation of Prof. Siegfried Christoph as Chair of the German Department, University of Bristol, England

EVALUATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, READER FOR SCHOLARLY JOURNALS AND 
PUBLISHERS, CONSULTING
2020    Evaluation of “Essence as a Fundamental Concept of Explaining and Understanding Reality,” for Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (Jan.; reject)
2019    Evaluation of Companion to Death, Burial, and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe c.1300-c.1700, ed. Philip Booth and Elizabeth Tingle, for Brill (ca. 450 pp.; partly rejected)
2019    Evaluation of “Public spheres, counterpublics’ fears and syncopolitics,” for Humanities Open Access (mixed)
2019    Evaluation of “The Social Guidance of Myth, Folktale and Faith,” for Humanities Open Access (reject) 
2019    Evaluation of “Exploring The Role and Challenges of Ethical Values to impart Good Governance: The Case of Dessie Town, South Wollo, Ethiopia,” for Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (reject)
2019    Evaluation of “The Exile of Ovid, the Pleiades, Maia and the Secret Name of Rome,” for Athens Journal of Philology (accepted)
2019    Evaluation of Jordan Burr, “Entropy’s Enemies: Postmodern Fission and Posthuman Fusion in the Post-War Era,” for Humanities Open Access (accepted)
2019    Evaluation of “Fictionalizing Biography: A Genre Study of the Gujarati Biographical Novel – Aatha-mo Rang by Himanshi Shelat ,” for Global Journal of Arts and Social Sciences (rejected)
2019    Evaluation of “ Ramon Llull, Martin Luther, and the Dignities of God,” for PMLA (Oct.)
2019    Evaluation of “Ibn Fadlan and a By-Passed Remark on an Imaginary Geographical Topos: Observations on the Decreasing Factual Credibility Regarding the Caucasus Area of the Silk Road,” for Esboços: Histories in Global Contexts 
2019    Evaluation of “‘In the Midst of Sublime Abstractions’: On Gertrude Bell’s Translation of Hafiz,” by Reza Taherkermani
2019    Evaluation of “Glimpse into the Medieval: Epochal Contextualization of Dante's Commedia,”for Heliyon (rejected)
2019    Evaluation of Christoph Galle, “Witches, Female Weather Makers, and Poisoners in the Carolingian Empire,” for Mediaevistik
2019    Evaluation of “Isabella’sTacitTragedy in Measure for Measure,” for International Journal of English and Literature
2019    Evaluation of book proposal by Elspeth Whitney, “Medieval Ecologies: Nature, Landscapes and the Humors in Medieval Culture,” for Routledge (Sept.)
2019    Evaluation of Dr. Keagan Brewer’s application for a Macquarie University Research Fellowship, Australia, on “Atheism, Repression, and Emotions in Medieval Europe,” Sept.
2019    Evaluation of “The Joy of Killing. Perpetrator Narratives in Joshua Oppenheimer’s Indonesian Genocide Documentaries” for Humanities Open Access
2019    Evaluation of 40 first-time conference attendees applications, ACTFL/AATG, Aug.
2019    Evaluation of 24 AATG chapter grant applications (national), Aug.
2019    Evaluation of book ms., ‘Otherness‘ in the Middle Ages, ed. by Hans-Werner Goetz and Ian Wood, for IMR/Brepols
2019    Evaluation of “Women as victims of war in Homer’s oral poetics,” for Humanities
2019    Evaluation of “Language as a Dialectical Engagement with Becoming and The Last Lesson of Don Miguel de Unamuno,” for Advances in Literary Studies 
2019    Evaluation of anonymous, “On Beowulf and the Nibelungenlied: Counselors, Queens, and Characterization,” for Philological Quarterly (reject) 
2019    Evaluation of Reza Taher-Kermani’s book manuscript ‘The Persian Presence in Victorian Poetry,” Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, July
2019    Evaluation (“Gutachten) of “Magie und Mantik in früh- und hochmittelalterlichen Rechtstexten: zwischen Norm und Praxis” (eBer-19-22430) for Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschat (June, support, with qualifications)
2019    “Czech Medieval Travelogues. Summary, Comparison, and New Interpretation,” for the Czech Science Foundation
2019    “Women as Victims of War in Homer’s Oral Poetics,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access (rejected)
2019    Doaa Omran, “Female Protagonist Mega-Archetypes: A Study in Medieval European Romances,” (diss., Ph.D., University of New Mexico) for “Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture” (Walter de Gruyter) (rejected)
2019    Zrinka Stahuljak, University of Zagreb, “Global Humanisms: New Perspectives on the Middle Ages (300-1600),” Croatian Science Foundation (rejected)
2019    Evaluation of Dr. Astrid Klocke for her promotion to Full Professor, NAU, May
2019    Evaluation of Nicolino Applauso’s book manuscript, Dante's Comedy and the Ethics of Invective in Medieval Italy: Humor and Evil, for Lexington Books
2019    Evaluation of Dante Satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and Other Works, ed. Fabian Alfie and Nicolino Applauso, for Lexington Books
2019    Evaluation of “Persuasion Without Words: Confucian Persuasion and the Supernatural,” for Humanities Open Access 
2019    Evaluation of “The distinctive and universal in the common world of perioperative nursing care; a hermeneutic study,” for Humanities Open Access 
2019    Evaluation of Krystyna Wierzbicka-Trwoga, “Comparative Analysis of Sixteenth-Century Translations of Narrative Fiction from German into Polish,” for The National Science Centre, Warsaw, Poland (Narodowe Centrum Nauki - NCN; http://www.ncn.gov.pl (April)
2019    Evaluation of “Helen of Troy, and the Birth of Fuzzy Logic,” for Humanities Open Access, March (reject)
2019    Evaluation of the introduction to Reading the Book of Nature, ed. Thomas Willard
2019    Evaluation of Godelinde Gertrude, “Women Making Memories: Liturgy and the Remembering Female Body in Vernacular Devotion,” Post-Doc Fellowship, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Germany, Feb.
2019    Evaluation of “Palestinians’ Suicide Bombing: A Communication of Desperation,” for Humanities Open Access, Feb. (twice)
2019    Evaluation of “Language Vitality of Spanish in Equatorial Guinea: Language Use and Attitudes,” for Humanities Open Access, Feb.
2019    Evaluation of editorial for guest-edited vol. by Joela Jacobs, “Animal Narratology,” for Humanities Open Access, Feb.
2019    Evaluation of Scholarly Travel Grant Applicants, MDIP (Humanities Open Access), 2 candidates, Jan.
2019    Evaluation of “Local Election Amid the Oligarchs: Case Study of the Election in Jayapura Regency, Indonesia, in 2017,” for Humanities and Social Science Research 
2019    Evaluation of “The Geography of ‘Otherness’: Spaces of Conflict in Smaro Kamboureli’s in the second person,” for Humanities Open Access
2019    Evaluation of Harold Toliver, “Out of Sight But Not Out of Mind,” for Advances in Literary Study 
2018    Evaluation of Magnus Borg, “Window of Opportunity: Lay Agency and Opportunism in Late Medieval Europe,” for Mediaevistik
2018    Evaluation of “Migratory Realities: The Interplay of Landscapes in the Guyanese Emigrant’s Reality in Jan Lowe Shinebourne’s The Godmother and Other Stories,” for Humanities Open Access
2018    Evaluation of Fulbright Scholar Program Visiting Scholar Application by Kateřina Horníčková, Project “Urban Religious Houses in late medieval Bohemia: Patronage, Communication, Conversion, and Demise (1450-1550)” 
2018    Evaluation of Dan C. Baciu,” How Culture is Shaped by Dissemination and Reception,” for Humanities Open Access
2018    Evaluation of “Reading Landscape: Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo’s Chronicles of Nicaragua,” for Reading the Natural World, ed. Tom Willard
2018    Evaluation of “Nostalgic Nuances in Media in the Red Book Magazine Version of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘The Rich Boy’,” for Humanities Open Access, Nov. (approved)
2018    Evaluation of “The life is “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish”, but not short: The Deserted Old in the Extreme Reality,” for Humanities and Social Science Research (HSSR), Nov.
2018    Evaluation of Bernhard Bachrach, “Charlemagne’s Health in ‘Old Age’: Did It Affect Carolingian Military Strategy?,” for Mediaevistik, Oct. and Nov. (3 times)
2018    Evaluation of “Prevalence of Domestic Violence Against Women and Children in the Philippines,” for Humanities and Social Science Research, Nov.
2018    Evaluation of “Nativity and Assumption of the Virgin Mary in HM 129” by Ann Scott, NAU, for the Huntington Library research grant, Oct.
2018    Evaluation of “Diana and Juno Destroyed: Statues and Pagan Deities in Two Meisterlieder by Hans Sachs,” for German Quarterly, Oct.
2018    Evaluation of research project “Old Myths, New Fact: Czech Lands in the Centre of 15th-century Music Developments,” for the Czech Science Foundation, Prague, Czech Republic, Oct.
2018    Evaluation of “Poetic Emotions for the Villages Divided by the State Boundary,” for Humanities Open Access, Oct.
2018    Evaluation of “Phlegmatic Landscapes: Medieval Perceptions of Wetlands, Acedia, and Complexion Theory,” for Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, Oct.
2018    Language evaluation of Bjorn Wastvedt for Fulbright and DAAD application, Sept.
2018    Evaluation of Luigi A. Berto, “Rewriting History and Filling the Gaps: Early Medieval Italian History of Muslims and Christians in the High Middle Ages and in the Late Middle Ages,” for Mediaevistik
2018    Evaluation of “Minor-Sentences as Stand-ins of Small Things in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things, for Humanities Open Access (reject), Sept.
2018    Evaluation of “Nostalgia as one of the Determinants of Human Existence,” for Humanities Open Access (reject), Sept.
2018    Evaluation of “Corruption and Redemption: An Ecotheological Reading of Ála Flekks saga,” for Reading the Natural World: Perceptions of the Environment and Ecology in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. Thomas Willard, Aug.
2018    Evaluation of “(Im)perfect Memories in Jacqueline Woodson’s Another Brooklyn,” for Humanities Open Access (reject), Aug.
2018    Evaluation of 43 applications for First-Time Attendee Grant Applications for the AATG/ACTFL Convention, Aug.
2018    Fatima Ali, “Minor-Sentences as Stand-ins of Small Things in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access
2018    Christopher M. Flavin, “Prospectus for Inventing Women: Constructions of Women’s Identities in the Catholic Tradition,” evaluated for Lexington Books
2018    Evaluation of “Demigods – Attempt at an Explanation,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access
2018    Evaluation of Prof. Asaf Pinkus for the promotion to Full Professor, University of Tel Aviv
2018    Mark Malisa, “Pan-Africanism: A Quest for Liberation and the Pursuit of a ‘United Africa’,” evaluated for Preprints (Humanities)
2018    Thomas G. Benedek, Medicine and Humor from the Writing of Hans Sachs and Hans Folz, Meistersinger, 385 pp., for Nova Science Publishers
2018    Rachel Kunert-Graf, “Dehumanized Victims: Analogies and Animal Avatars for Palestinian Suffering in Waltz with Bashir and War Rabbit,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access, Aug.
2018    Nicola Seminaroti and Giacinto Bagetta, “Existential Drama and Man-God’s Passion in Mystery Plays,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access, July
2018    “Symbolism versus pragmatism: The intestine burial of German emperors, ca. 950–1250,” evaluated for Mediaevistik
2018    Abdullah Sherif, “A Postmodernist perspective on Angela Carter’s Wise Children,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access, May 
2018    anonymous, “Moral Necessity and the Implementation of Modernity,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access, May
2018    Evaluation of three NEH proposals for Summer Research Grants submitted internally to the University of Arizona, May
2018    Evaluation of Andrew Fleck, “Anthropocene Meteorology and Reading the Natural World in Shakespeare’s Sonnets,” for vol. on Nature in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Tom Willard
2018    Evaluation of 23 files for the 2018 NACADA Global Awards, Outstanding Advising - Faculty Role Awards (each ca. 20 pp.)
2018    Evaluation of “Exploring The Pitfalls of Literary Translation: A study of some Arabic Translations of Franz Kafka,” for Humanities Open Access
2018    Evaluation of research project by Iris Idelson-Shein, “Jewish Translation and Cultural Transfer in Early Modern Europe,” for the European Research Council 
2018    Evaluation of article by Marco Canani, “Within and without the Text:  On Transmedia Sources in Algernon Charles Swinburne’s Tristram of Lyonesse, for Robert Schöller, ed., Tristan in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
2018    Evaluation of article by Laquidara, “Dissonant desire: Tristan und Isolde in L’Âge d’Or by Luis Buñuel,” for Robert Schöller, ed., Tristan in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
2018    Evaluation of article by Scott Bruce, “Sunt altera nobis sidera, sunt orbes alii: Imagining Subterranean Peoples and Places in Medieval Europe,” for Mediaevistik (two times)
2018    Evaluation of article, “Mapping Memory and Historical Literacy onto the German Curriculum,” for Unterrichtspraxis
2018    “anonymous, “Persuasion Without Words: Confucius’ Art of Rhetoric and the Supernatural,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access
2018    “An Ethical Ideal? Louise Rosenblatt and Democracy – A Personalist: Reconsideration,” evaluated for Humanities Open Access 
2018    Claudia Händl, “Karl der Große als Wahrer des Rechts?: Zum Gerichtsverfahren in Morant und Galie,” for Mediaevistik (approval)
2018    anonymous, “Towards an emerging cross-cultural communication,” for Humanities Open Access (conditional approval)
2018    Ali Baram Mohammed and Salam Hussein Yahya, “Te inner conflicts in The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne,” for Humanities Open Access (partial approval)
2018    Maroua Rogti, “The Arduous and Agonizing Struggle between Reality and Illusion in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire,” for Preprint, MDIP, Jan. (rejected)
2018    “The Irony of ‘African Solidarity’ in Sembene Ousmane’s Mandabi,” for Humanities Open Access (accepted)
2017    “Alienation and Feminism in Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Lessing’s The Grass Is Singing: A Comparative Study,” for Humanities Open Access
2017    “Re-presenting Childhood: An intertextual Rereading of the Enlightenment Subject through Ibn Tufayl’s <i>Hayy Ibn Yaqzan</i>,” for Childhood
2017    Evaluation of Werner Heinz, “Der Sonnengesang des Franziskus von Assisi,” for Symbolon
2017    Evaluation of Sebastian Kungel, “Die Kirchheimer Klosterchronik,” for Mediaevistik
2017    Evaluation of Latifa Bessadet, “O’Neill’s Psychological Approach of the Greek Sense of Fate: Mourning Becomes Electra,” for Advances in Literary Study (rejected)
2017    Evaluation of anonymous, “Saintly “Psychiatry”: Hildegard of Bingen’s Medical Knowledge and Healing Authority over the Mind,” for Viator
2017    Evaluation of anonymous, “Persuasion Without Words: Confucius’s Art of Rhetoric and the Supernatural,” for Humanities Open Access
2017    Evaluation of Gail Finney, “Greek Tragedy as a Paradigm for Family Trauma Cinema” for Humanities Open Access
2017    Evaluation of Chiara Benati, “Swa breðel seo, swa þystel – fiat tamquam pulviß ante faciem venti: Threat of Retribution for Thieves in the Germanic Tradition,” for Mediaevistik
2017    Evaluation of Robert Horres, “Kulturen des Performativen: Minnesang und Heike,” for Fremdes Mittelalter - Die Fremde im Mittelalter: Xenologische Hermeneutik, ed. Albrecht Classen and Manshu Ide
2017    Evaluation of “Genetics, Molar Pregnancies, and Medieval Ideas of Monstrous Births: The Lump of Flesh in The King of Tars,” for Medical Humanities, Oct.
2017    Evaluation of Nominations for the Centennial Achievement Award (9 M.A. and 17 Ph.D. candidates)
2017    Evaluation of Nicolino Applauso book manuscript, “Dante’s Comedy and the Ethics of Invective in Medieval Italy: Humor and Evil,”for Lexington Books
2017    Evaluation of The Nibelungenlied with The Klage. Ed. and Trans., with an Intro. by William Whobrey (Indianapolis, IN, and Cambridge: Hackett Publishing).
2017    Evaluation of Patrick D. Rogers S.J., “Germanic Mythology and Christian Story in the Grimms’ Fairy Tales,” book manuscript for Oxford University Press, 325 pp. (rejection)
2017    Evaluation of Eugeniusz Klin’s book manuscript, “Ahasver in Schlesien. Deutsch-jüdische Botschaften in der Literatur,” for Thalloris 1 (2017) (approved)
2017    Recommendation of Prof. Nizar F. Hermes for his promotion to Associate Professor with tenure
2017    anonymous, “An Ecocritical Study of The Folded Earth by Anuradha Roy,” for Journal of South Asian Studies (rejected)
2017    “Mental Illness and Mental Health in the Late Medieval English Monastery,” for Open Library of Humanities
2017    Evaluation of Ted Christopher, “Science’s Big Problem, Reincarnation’s Big Potential, and Buddhists' Profound Embarrassment,” for Preprints, Humanities Open Access (approval)
2017    Evaluation of “The ‘Parable’ of Don Quixote: Its Interpretations & Significance for Modern Christian Theology,” for Advances in Literary Study (online)
2017    Evaluation of doctoral dissertation by Sally Hany Abed, “Mapping the World in Medieval and Early Modern Western and Arabic Travel Accounts” (University of Utah) for possible inclusion in book series “Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture” (Walter de Gruyter); many revisions, final outcome: rejected
2017    Evaluation of Burt Kimmelman, “Code and Substrate: Reconceiving the Actual in Digital Art and Poetry,” for Humanities Open Access, June
2017    Evaluation of book manuscript, “Animal Languages in the Middle Ages: Representations of Interspecies Communication,” for Palgrave Macmillan (ca. 300 pp.)
2017    anonymous, “Crisis, Change, and the Humanities,” for Humanities Open Access
2017    Cornering the Snarket: Sarcasm and Snark in Medieval Literature and Cultures, An Anthology of Essays, ed. Alan S. Baragona and Elizabeth Rambo, for Walter de Gruyter
2017    Kurt Cline, “The Shaman’s Song in Myth and Literature,” for Advances in Literary Study
2017    Evaluation of a research project submitted to theResearch Foundation Flanders (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek - Vlaanderen, FWO), Kim Overlaet, “Fighting the years. The agency of the elderly in the late medieval and early modern Low Countries (1400-1600)”
2017    Romedio Schmitz-Esser, “Odorich von Pordenone, Asienreiseberichte des Mittelalters und ihre ‘causa scribendi’,” for Mediaevistik2017    Jitske Jaspers, “Women, Courtly Display and Gifts in the Rolandslied and the Chanson de Roland,” for Mediaevistik
2017    anonymous, “Iliad – The First Anti-war Work,” for Humanities Open Access
2017    anonymous, “Mehrsprachigkeit als höfisches Ideal in mittelalterlichen Texten – vom Kulturausweis zur diplomatischen Praxis,” for Critical Multilingualism Studies
2017    anonymous, “Objects, words, and religion: popular belief and Protestantism in early modern England,” for Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 
2016    Adam Oberlin, “Phraseology, Metaphor, and Sensory Disability in MHG,” for Mediaevistik
2016    “Reclaiming the Place of Religious Studies in the Academy and in National Development,” for Humanities Open Access 
2016    William Sayers, Bricriu nemthenga ('poison-tongue'): Onomastics and Social Function in Early Irish Literature,” for Mediaevistik
2016    “Historical Museums in Israel: Semiotics of Culture,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    World Literature I: Beginnings to 1650, ed. Kyounghye Kwon and Laura Getty (2015), for Open Textbook Library
2016    “Language is the Place from Where the World Is Seen”—On the Gender of Trees, Fruit Trees and Edible Fruits in Portuguese and in Other Latin-Derived Languages,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    Dr. Gianluca Briguglia, “Political Multilingualism. Latin, Italian, French and the Medieval Political Thought,” University of Strasbourg, Institute of Advanced Studies
2016    anonymous, “Key Khosrow et Perceval: destins croisés et parallèles,” evaluated for Canadian Review of Comparative Literature
2016    Evaluation of Nominations for the Centennial Achievement Award (14 files, M.A. and Ph.D. candidates)
2016    “An Exploration of the Canon of Hausa Prose Fiction in Hausa Language and Translation: the Literary Contest of 1933 as a Historical Reference,” evaluated for Advances in Literary Study
2016    Luigi Andrea Berto, “From the mythical American frontier to the imaginary frontier areas of early medieval Italy,”for Mediaevistik
2016    Anonymous, “Of Education and Ethics: the vision of Sir Robert Menzies and how it has come unstuck,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    12 manuscripts submitted for a volume on Proceedings from a Japanese-German literature conference (2013, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, “Fremdes Mittelalter - Die Fremde im Mittelalter: Xenologische Hermeneutik”)
2016    Anonymous, “Geoethics and Environmental Humanities in the Anthopocene: Educating People about the Mountain and Risk Management,” for Humanities Open Access 
2016    Anonymous, “Walking Off the Edge of the World: Sacrifice, Chance, and Dazzling Dissolution in the Book of Job and Le Guin’s ‘The Ones Who Walk Away’,” for Humanities Open Access 
2016    Book manuscript The Public in the Middle Ages by Charles Connell, for “Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Studies,” ed. A. Classen (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter), ca. 350 pp.
2016    Anonymous, “ The Paranormal: From Fagunwa to Rowling – The Reality of the Unrealistic,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    Monica O. Aneni, “Language for the Dead in Ancient Rome and Nigeria: Interrogating Epithets on Inscriptions and Obituary/In Memoriam Notices,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    “The Crisis in the Humanities—What would Shakespeare do?,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    Dr. Robert McFarland, Brigham Young University, Promotion to Full Professor, April
2016    Alcibiades Malapi-Nelso, “The Role of a Machine in the Failure of Artificial Intelligence (Part 1): Unsolvable Tensions in the Computational Theory of the Mind,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    Anonymous, “Transcultural Space and the Writer,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    “‘Ut pictor sermonis,’ or how ]novelle’ may have shaped visual imaginations,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    Paul Yachnin, “The Crisis in the Humanities—What would Shakespeare do?,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    Ollivier Dyens, “The Man/Machine Humanities: A Proposal,” for Humanities Open Access 
2016    Sertaç Timur Demir, “Cine-Anthology of Hotels as a Place of Time and Death,” for Humanities Open Access
2016     Christine Doran, “Popular Orientalism: Somerset Maugham in Mainland Southeast Asia,” for Humanities Open Access
2016    Nomination of Anna Schuh for the Pillar of Excellence Honor Award (Jan.)
2016    Book proposal: Writing War in Western Europe 1400-1854: A History of Emotions, ed. Stephanie Downes, Andrew Lynch and Katrina O’Loughlin (for Routledge)
2016    Jasmine Dum-Tragut and Andrea Spannring, “Meeting in the Body of the Horse: Cultural Transfer and Knowledge Transmission Between Christian West and Muslim East in a Late Medieval Armenian Horse Book,” ERC Advanced Grants 2015
2015    Gert Hübner and Martin Kirnbauer, “Das Basler Amerbach-Liederbuch CH-Bu F X 1-4: Edition und Kommentar,” for Schweizerischer Nationalfond zur Förderung der Wissenschaftlichen Forschung (Dec.)
2015    Sayed Salahuddin Ahmed, “A reading of The Zoo Story,” for Humanities Open Access
2015    Daihyun Chung, “The Ubiquity of Humanity and Textuality in Human Experience,” for Humanities Open Access
2015    Peter Jeanmaire , “From Rationality to Consciousness,” for Humanities Open Access
2015    Wei Ding and Lixia Jia, “The Unity of Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse Achieved by Sonata Form,” for Advances in Literary Study (ALS) 
2015    Anonymous, “‘Ut pictor sermonis,’ or how novelle may have shaped visual imaginations,” for Humanities Open Access (twice)
2015    Stef Craps , Bryan Cheyette , Alan Gibbs , Sonya Andermahr, Larissa Allwork, “Decolonizing Trauma Studies Round-Table Discussion,” for Humanities Open Access
2015    Anonymous, “Cultural Translatability and Untranslatability: A Case Study of Translation of “Rostam and Sohrab,” for Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science (Oct.)
2015    Anonymous, “Fluency Differences by Text Genre,” for Advances in Literary Study 
2015    Linda Marie Rouillard, “Proposing Incest: Marriage and Penance in Philippe de Rémi's La Manekine,” book proposal, 235 pp., for “Fundamentals in Medieval and Early Modern Culture (Walter de Gruyter)
2015    Reinhold Münster, “Raum – Reise – Sinn: Spanien in der Reiseliteratur,” Habilitation thesis, University of Bamberg, Germany, 1092 pp., Aug.
2015    Lynne Siemens, “‘More Hands’ Means ‘More Ideas’: Collaboration in the Humanities,” for Humanities Open Access
2015    Will Sayers, “Bricriu:A Medieval Irish Praxonym and Archaic Societal Function,” for Mediaevistik 
2015    The Faces of Charisma. Text, Image, Object in Byzantium and the Medieval West, ed. Brigitte M. Bedos-Rezak and Martha D. Rust (Brill Publisher); reread the intro a second time
2015    Yoshiki Koda, “Synderesis und Scham: Zur Genese des Gewissens in mittelalterlichen theologischen, philosophischen und literarischen Diskursen.”
2015    Zane Gillespie, “‘Mesmeric Revelation’: Art as Hypnosis,” for Humanities Open Access
2015    Eva Robustillo Bayón, “Female detectives in French contemporary crime fiction: Morvan, Parker-Simmons and Khan,” for Bestsellers - Past and Present, ed. A.C. and Eva Parra Membrives
2015    Fahredin Shehu, “Grimoires: A Rational Reading of an Irrational Text,” for Advances in Literary Study
2015    Juan de Dios Torralbo-Caballero, “Well, so I did: but yet I did not think / To show to all the world my pen and ink”: John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim Progress as an early bestseller,” for Bestsellers - Past and Present, ed. A.C. and Eva Parra Membrives
2015    Evaluation of Piety, Brotherhood and Power: The Role and Significance of Emotions in Albert of Aachen’s Historia Ierosolimitana,” for Literature Compass
2015    Robert G. Bednarik, “The Relevance of Archaeological Propositions to Semiotics,” for Humanities Open Access
2015    Evaluation of Dina Salama, “Transkulturalität im “Tristan“ (etwa um 1210) Gottfrieds von Straßburg: Verflechtung und Entflechtung als Konzept der Identität,” Cairo, Egypt, Feb.
2015    Member of evaluation team, National Endowment for the Humanities’ Scholarly Editions and Translations program, 21 applications (each ca. 40 pp. in length), Feb.-March 
2015    Dr. M. J. M. Damen, “Imagining a territory: Constructions and representations of late medieval Brabant,” for the Council for the Humanities of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO, the Dutch research council) 
2015    Guohui Niu and Guoxiang, “The Sense of Loneliness in The Solitary Reaper,” Advances in Literary Study 
2015    Evaluation of Ángeles García Calderón, “A Bestseller in the European Middle Ags: Richard ‘Cœur de lion’, King of England and ‘Troubadour,” for Bestsellers - Past and Present, ed. A.C. and Eva Parra Membrives
2015    Evaluation of Amira Žmirić, “Robert Michels Trivialroman Die allerhöchste Frau,” for Bestsellers - Past and Present, ed. A.C. and Eva Parra Membrives (three times)
2015    Evaluation of K. A. Tuley, “Multlingualism and Power in Outremer” for Multilingualism in the Middle Ages, ed. A. C.
2015    Evaluation of “Jerusalem in Spirit – The Production of Space and Movement in Felix Fabris Die Sionpilger,” for Focus on German Studies
2015    Evaluation/Recommendation for Robert Anderson (for Law School)
2015    Letter of Recommendation for Jacqueline Stuhmiller, Univ. of California, Berkeley
2015    Bee Yun, “Political Laughter in the Middle Ages: Cases in the Works by Liudprand of Cremona, Otto of Blasien, and Der Stricker,” for Mediaevistik
2014    Josh Pittman, “Chaucer’s sonde: Poetic Mediation Questioned,” for Mediaevistik
2014    Inti Athanasios Yanes-Fernandez, “Poetics of Dreams and Symbolical Reconstructions:
        The Narrative Meaning of the Dream-Chronotope in Calderon de la Barca’s La Vida es Sueño and Geoffrey Chaucer’s The House of Fame,” for Mediaevistik
2014    anon., “Effects of the Nigeria Police Force Personnel Wellfare Condition on Performance,” for Journal of Progress of Arts and Humanities (PAH) 
2014    anonymous, “Ethnopoetics and the Environment: Towards the Advancement of Contextual Performance Studies in African Oral Literature (Part One),” for Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science 
2014    Onora O’Neill, “Integrity and Quality in Universities: Accountability, Excellence and Success,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Alcibiades Malapi-Nelson, “Humanities’ Metaphysical Underpinnings of Late Frontier 
    Scientific Research,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Evaluation of “Charlemagne's Expeditionary Levy: Some Observations Regarding the Poorer Elements,” for Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History
2014    Evaluation of “Wonder as Medieval Entertainment,” for Parergon: Australian & New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
2014    Evaluation of book project, Centuries of Childhood: Perceptions of Children in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds, ed. Cornelia Horn and Reidar Aasgaard (for Ashgate)
2014    Robert G. Bednarik, “Effects of recent Global Paleoanthropological Research on South Asian Pleistocene Archaeology,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Eriona Kita-Vyshka and Gentian Vyshka, “Near-Death Experiences: Narratives in an Extraordinary Setting,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Evaluation of Dr. Joylon Hughes, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, for tenure
2014    Support letter for Prof. Connie Scarborough for the position of a Paul Whitfield Horn Professorship, Texas Tech University
2014    John Charles Ryan, “Ethnobotanicals and an Ethics of Reciprocity: A Case Study of Medicinal Plants as Cancer Therapies,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Evaluation of paper by Agnes Cser, University of Arizona, “Musik als geistige Haltung in Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan”
2014    Evaluation of a proposal to translate the Nibelungenlied into English anew, for Hackett Publishing, Cambridge, MA
2014    Pooya Karambakhsh, “Anxiety, Power, Language and Conservatism,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Recommendation for Tom Willard, Dept. of English, UA, for his promotion to Full Prof.
2014    Cristina Azuela, “‘Trickstan’”: héros et trickster dans Tristan als Mönch,” for Mediaevistik
2014    Michael Tracey, “The Language Desert: The Condition of Literacy and Reading in Contemporary America,” for Humanities Open Access (twice)2014    Barbara Ann Rieffer-Flanagan, “The Challenge of Protecting Freedom of Religion and Belief: Exploring the Land of the Pharaohs,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Yu An-bang, “The Encounter of Nursing and the Clinical Humanities: Nursing Education and the Spirit of Healing,” for Humanities Open Access, July
2014    Rosemarie McGerr, “Walther von der Vogelweide and the Voice of the Nightingale: Performance, Intertextuality, and Gender,” for Mediaevistik, July
2014    anon., “‘Grief for what is human, grief for what is not’: An Ecofeminist Insight into the Poetry of Lucille Clifton,” for International Journal of English and Literature, July
2014    Anna Romagnuolo, “(Re)interpreting Human Rights: the case of the “Torture memos” and their translation into Italian,” for Humanities Open Access, July
2014    Edo Oostebrink, “Venantius Fortunatus’ Flüsse Bordaa und Laugona,” for Mediaevistik, July and Dec.
2014    Eric Hodges and Max Stephenson Jr, “The Humanities as an Incubator of Adaptive Leadership,” for Humanities Open Access, June
2014    Josep Martí, “Music and Alterity Processes,” for Humanities Open Access, June and Oct.
2014    Anna Rudolph, “‘Ego Clamor Validus Gandeshemensis’: Hrotsvitha of Gandersheim: Her Sources, Motives, and Historical Context,” for Viator, June
2014    Mike Hulme, “Climate Change and Virtue: An Apologetic,” for Humanities Open Access
2014     Barnali Sarkar, “Murderous Ritual versus Devotional Custom: The Rhetoric and Ritual of Sati and Women Subjectivity in Amitav Ghosh’s Sea of Poppies,” for Humanities Open Access, June                    
2014    Vicky Gunn, “Present Teaching Stories as Re-membering the Humanities,” for Humanities Open Access, May
2014    Francesco Fiorentino, Domenico Fiormonte , Laura Fortini, Ugo Fracassa, Michele Lucantoni , Massimo Marraffa, Teresa Numerico, “The New Humanities Project. Towards a New Asset of Knowledge for the 21st Century,” for Humanities Open Access, May
2014    Pedro Talavera, “Economicism and Nihilism in the Eclipse of the Humanism,” for Humanities Open Access, May and Aug.
2014    Evy Varsamopoulou, “Timely Meditations: Reflections on the Role of the Humanities in J.M. Coetzee’s Elizabeth Costello and Diary of a Bad Year, for Humanities Open 
    Access, May and July
2014    Masataka Murasawa, Satoshi P. Watanabe ,, and Takashi Hata, “Self-image and Missions of Universities: An Empirical Analysis of Japanese University Executives,” for Humanities Open Access, May
2014    Mehmet Atif Ergun, “Modernity as Myth: Taking Refuge from Considerations of Power,” for Humanities Open Access, May
2014    Alcibiades Malapi-Nelson, “Humanities’ Metaphysical Underpinning of Later Scientific and Technological Outlooks,” Humanities Open Access, May
2014    Member of Review Board for the U.S. Professor of the Year Award, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (13 files)
2014    Chris Lorenz, “On Fixing the Facts: The Rise of Neo-liberalism, the 7 Metrification of ‘Quality’ and the Fall of the Professions,” for Humanities Open Access, May
2014    anon., “‘Einzelsprachliche Mehrsprachigkeit’. Luxemburger Standarddeutsch als Beispiel sprachlicher Hybridisierung und ihr Niederschlag in der deutschsprachigen Literatur Luxemburgs,” for Critical Multilingualism Journal
2014    Ralf Friedrich, “Psychopathologie in der mittelalterlichen Literatur? – Ein Versuch an Heinrich Wittenwilers Ring,” for Mediaevistik
2014    Rosi Braidotti, “Introduction: From the Art of Making Peace to the Knowledge to Sustain Freedom,” for Humanities Open Access, April
2014    David Clarke, “Binary thinking in the art of Vincent van Gogh,” for Humanities Open Access, April and May (two evaluations)
2014    Adetoro Olaniyi Banwo, “Inherent Nature & Dynamics of Political Stability in China,” for Humanities Open Access, April
2014    Recommendation for Dr. Shuai Sun, application to the University of Bejing, China, April
2014    Dina Aboul Fotouh Hussein Salama (Cairo), “Die literarische Imagologie der dunkelhäutigen Frau in Strickers “Königin vom Mohrenland“ (zw. 1210-1230),” draft ms.
2014    Nigel J. T. Thomas, “The Multidimensional Spectrum of Imagination: Images, Dreams, Hallucinations, and Active, Imaginative Perception,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Marc-Antoine Pérouse de Montclos, “The (de)Militarization of Humanitarian Aid: A Historical 7 Perspective,” for Humanities Open Access (Feb. and May)
2014    Katherine E. Southwood, “Will Naomi’s nation be Ruth’s nation?: Ethnic Translation as a metaphor for Ruth’s assimilation within Judah,” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Recommendation of Dr. Ben Snook, London, for the Scouloudi Historical Awards for his study on “The Anglo-Saxon Chancery: The History, Language and Production of Anglo-Saxon Charters from Alfred to Edgar”
2014    Reader for Journal of Medieval Latin (one paper)
2014    Evaluation of Sergi Mainer’s article “Converging Ideologies in William Fowler’s Hybrid Translation of Machiavelli’s Principe” for Humanities Open Access
2014    Consultant for David Keys, Archaeology Correspondent for The Independentin London, deciphering a text on the 1492 Martin Beheim globe.
2013    Evaluation of article manuscript Advances in Literary Study(ALS), Scientific Research Publishing (http://www.scirp.org/journal/als/)
2013    Evaluation of Grant Project “Violence Imagery in Late Medieval Germany: Rhetoric and Response Forms in Visual Representations of Martyrdom and the Passion” for the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research and Development (199,850.00 Euros; Dr. Pinkus Assaf, Tel Aviv, and Prof. Dr. Martin Büchsel, Frankfurt a. M.).
2013    Evaluation of textbook manuscript, Kevin Moll, Tapestry of Ages, for Pearson (Bedford St. Martin Press)
2013    Evaluation of article for Journal of Child Language Acquisition and Development - JCLAD
2013    Recommendation for Katherine Tulay, Ohio State University, Columbus (for a Ph.D. program)
2013    Evaluation of Prof. Paul Oppenheimer for his appointment as Distinguished Professor, The City College of New York
2013    Evaluation of article manuscript for Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies
2013    Recommendation for Prof. Jean Jost, Bradley University, Peoria, IL, for an NEH Summer Stipend
2013    Recommendation for Dr. Penny Simons, Sheffield University, UK, for her promotion to Personal Chair (Teaching)
2013    Regular evaluation of articles submitted to Humanities – Open Access (ca. 8 per year)
2013    Recommendation for Agnes J. Cser for the ACMRS Graduate Student Travel Award
2013    Evaluation of two articles for Advances in Literary Study
2013    Evaluation of an article manuscript submitted to German Quarterly
2013    Evaluation of a manuscript submitted to Journal of Scientific Research and Reports
2013    Evaluation of eight short-term research grants for faculty and nine short-term research grants for graduate students, DAAD, June
2013    Evaluation of Dr. Stefan Seeber’s application for a 10-month fellowship with the             Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS), Germany, April
2013    Online evaluation of the 7th ed. of Deutsch: na klar and its DNK program for McGraw-        Hill, April
2013    Evaluator of Dr. David Fishelov’s 3-year project submitted for funding to the Israel     Science Foundation, “Bialik’s Canonical Status: A Dynamic and Multidimensional     Model”
2013    Evaluator of English translation of Maria Wickert, Studien zu John Gower (Cologne     1952) for ACMRS
2013    Reviewer for Advances in Literary Study(ALS) (1 paper)
2013    Recommendation of Dr. Susanna Niiranen, Jyväskylä, Finland, for an Alexander von     Humboldt Fellowship
2013    Consultant for the Museum of Art, UA, for the Remodelling of the Retablo Room, Jan.
2012    Consultant on Twitter for SAT1 movie “Tore der Welt” (based on Ken Follett’s novels),     Dec. (watching the movie, evaluating it, responding to viewers’ questions)
2012    Evaluation of Robin Waugh’s research proposal “Job’s Daughters: Women as Inheritors of     Patience in the Middle Ages” for Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (8 page proposal)
2012    Evaluation of Essential German Grammar by Martin Durrell, Katrin Kohl, and Gudrun     Loftus (London: Hodder Education, 2002), for a second edition
2012    Recommendation of Dr. Dan Embree’s application for an NEH grant for his project     “Repertorium chronicarum” (Sept.)
2012    Evaluation of Dr. Cristian Bratu, Baylor Univ., Waco, TX, for his promotion to assoc. prof.     with tenure
2012    Evaluation and detailed editing of “Authorities in the Middle Ages: Influence, Legitimacy     and Power in Medieval Society,” ed. Sini Kangas, Mia Korpiola, and Tuija Ainonen (271 pp.), published by Walter de Gruyter, Berlin and New York 2013
2012    Evaluation of six submissions to Humanities-Open Access Online
2012    Evaluation of Dr. Cynthia J. Cyrus’s book manuscript “Received Medievalisms: A Cognitive     Geography of Viennese Women’s Convents” for consideration by Palgrave McMillan (New York), 240 pp.
2012    Evaluation of Dr. Connie Scarborough’s book manuscript, “Inscribing the Environment:     Ecocritical Approaches to Medieval Spanish Literature,” for consideration by Walter de Gruyter (Berlin and New York), 223 pp. Edited the vol. three times and prepared it for publication
2012    Recommendation for Dr. András F. Balogh for the Anneliese-Meier-Forschungspreis,     Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, April
2012    “The Voyage de Lihou: exploring territory, space, identity on a tidal island (sixteenth-    century)” by Darryl Ogier, for Coastal Archaeology, Maritime Communities and the Interactions Between People and the Marine Environment in the English Channel, North Sea and Atlantic Areas of Europe, ed. Chris Scarre, proceedings of Vannes, Britanny, Nov. 2011, conference 
2012    Reader for Journal of Medieval History, 1 article, April
2012    Reader for Publications of the Modern Language Association (PMLA), 1 article, March
2012    Member of the Scholarly Committee for the “I Congreso Internacional de Literatura Trivial     y de Entretenimiento, Sevilla, 26-29 de junio de 2012
2011    Consultant for BUCKPRODUCTIONS, Toronto, for TV docu-series, on a medieval chastity     belt
2011    Evaluation for a grant submitted to the Schweizerische Nationalfond (Gert Hübner)
2011    Evaluator of article submission to German Studies Review
2011    Evaluation of book manuscript by Len Scales, The Shaping of German Identity: Authority     and Crisis, 1245-1414 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 591 pp.
2011    Recommendation for Dr. Joan Grenier-Winther’s application for an ACLS Digital     Innovation Grant 
2011    Reader for Ageing & Society (critical evaluation of one article)
2011    Evaluator for tenure of Dr. Claudia Bornholdt (Catholic University of America)
2011    Reader for Folklore, ed. by Folklore Society (one article)
2011    Recommendation for Dr. Sarah Gordon, Utah State University, Logan, for an NEH     fellowship
2011    Recommendation for Dr. Klaus Amann, University of Innsbruck, Austria, for a Post-Doc     position
2011    Evaluator of the seventh edition of Kontakte: A Communicative Approach, McGraw-Hill     Higher Education, March
2011    Reader for Visuality and Materiality in the Story of Tristan and Isolde, ed. Kathryn Starkey,     Jutta Eming, and Ann Marie Rasmussen (Notre Dame University Press), article by James A. Schultz.
2010    Reader for Ageing & Society (critical evaluation of one article)
2010    Reader for Orbis Litterarum (critical evaluation of one article)
2010    Recommendation for Dr. Susanna Niiranen’s application for a Villa I Tatti Fellowship,     Florence, Italy, April 
2010    Evaluation of article for Focus on German Studies
2010     Outside Review of Prof. Caroline Huey’s tenure file for consideration for tenure, University     of Louisiana at Lafayette 
2010     Recommendation for Prof. Jean E. Jost, Bradley University, Peoria, IL, for an NEH Summer     Institute
2010     Evaluation of book manuscript, Richard F. Cassady, “Reign of Fire: The Story of Frederick     II of Hohenstaufen, His Legends and His Places” (618 pp.), for Northern Illinois University     Press
2009     Recommendation for Research Application by Stacey Hahn, Camargo Foundation of Cassis,     France, 2009
2009     Reviewer for ACLS New Faculty Fellows Program
2009     Evaluation of one grant application to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council     of Canada (Valerie Creelman)
2009     Reviewer for the Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship and Frederick Burkhardt     Residential Fellowships, ACLS
2009     Evaluation of book manuscript, Raymond Cormier, “High Medieval Adaptations of Virgil’s     Aeneid (433 pp.), for Palgrave McMillan
2009     Reader for Unterrichtspraxis
2009     Evaluation of book manuscript, Phyllis Gaffney, “Construction of Youth in Old French     Narrative,” for Ashgate Publishing (252 pp.)
2009-2010 Reader for Arthuriana
2009     Evaluation of book manuscript, Edward Ford, “The Durande Castle” by Joseph Eichendorff,     for The Edwin Mellen Press (186 pp.)
2009     Evaluation of book manuscript, Caroline Huey, “Hans Folz and the Creation of Popular     Discourse,” for Ashgate Publishing Company (ca. 200 pp.)
2009     Evaluation of book publication by Misty Rae Urban, Monstrous Women in Middle English     Romance (for Edwin Mellen Press).
2009     Evaluation of Dr. Sebastian Coxon’s research for his promotion to Reader at the University     of London.
2009     Evaluation of book proposal by Geraldine Heng, The University of Texas at Austin, Race     and the Middle Ages, for University of Toronto Press
2009     Evaluation of Modern German Grammar: A Practical Guide, by Bill Dodd, Christine     Eckhard-Black, et al. (London and New York: Routledge, 1996, 2004, 2006, 2007)
2009     Recommender for Prof. Jean Jost, Bradley University, Peoria, IL, for the Rothberg Award
2009     Recommender for Prof. András Balogh’s (Babeş-Bolyai-Universität Cluj/Klausenburg,     Rumania) application for an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship
2008     Reader for Mirator (online journal on Medieval Studies: http://www.glossa.fi/mirator/)
2008     Evaluation of Prof. G. Ronald Murphy’s application for a Guggenheim Memorial Foundation     Fellowship
2008     Reviewer for the Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship and Frederick Burkhardt     Residential Fellowships, ACLS
2008     Evaluation of a new journal proposal to Palgrave: postmedieval: a journal of medieval     cultural studies
2008     Evaluation of book proposal: Phyllis Gaffney, Writing the Medieval Child: Constructions     of Youth in Old French Narrative, for Ashgate Publishing Company
2008     Outside Evaluation for the Habilitation of Dr. Christa Agnes Tuczay, University of Vienna,     Austria (Gutachten zum Habilitationsansuchen)
2008     Book evaluation, Edward Ford, Fall Magic by Joseph Eichendorff, for Edwin Mellen Press
2007     Recommendation for Dr. Juanita Feros Ruys, University of Sydney, for UC Berkeley, Nov.
2007     Reviewer/evaluator of eight papers submitted to Transcultural German Studies: Building     Bridges
2007     Book evaluation, Caroline Huey, “Hans Folz and the Creation of Popular Discourse,” for     Ashgate Publishing Company (ca. 200 pp.)
2007     Recommendation for Dr. Valerie Garver’s (Northern Illinois University) ACLS Ryskamp     Fellowship application
2007     Synchronous Translator for Swiss artist Iris Hütigger, Dinnerware, Sept.
2007     Reader for Feminities and Masculinities in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period,     ed. Fred Kiefer et al. (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies).
2007     Evaluation of Dr. Regula Meyer Evitt, Colorado College, for her tenure review
2007     Evaluation of Dr. Thomas Kerth, Stony Brook State University of New York, for the     promotion to Full Professor
2007     Evaluation of Dr. John Jeep, Miami University, OH, for the promotion to Full Professor
2007     Evaluation of Dr. Tracy Sands, University of Colorado at Boulder, for the promotion to     Associate Professor with tenure
2007     Letter of Recommendation for an NEH grant applied for by Miriam Rheingold Fuller,     Central Missouri State University
2007     Recommendation for Prof. Joan Grenier-Winther, Washington State University, Pullman,     for the promotion to Full Professor
2006     Evaluation of Prof. Markus Stock’s research grant application to the Social Sciences and     Humanities Research Council of Canada: Burkhart von Hohenfels, Gottfried von Neifen, and the Culture of German Minnesang
2006     Member, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Outstanding Graduate     Student Paper Award (Writing Contest), 3 papers
2006     Evaluation (Gutachten) for the Habilitation Process of Dr. Christa Tuczay, University of     Vienna, Austria
2006     Recommendation for Prof. Prisca Augustyn, Florida Atlantic University, for the promotion     to Associate Professor with tenure
2006     Recommendation for Prof. Christopher Clason, Oakland University, for the promotion to     Full Professor
2006     Recommendation for Dr. Gabriele Strauch’s application for an NEH fellowship
2006     Nomination of Alex Holznienkemper for the Richard A. Harvill Award (Outstanding Senior     Undergraduate), UA
2006     Reader of G. Ronald Murphy’s Gemstone of Paradise: The Holy Grail in Wolfram’s Parzival     (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), blurb for the back cover
2006     Reader for Renaissance Quarterly
2005     External Reviewer of Dr. Scott Pincikowski’s promotion to Associate Professor with tenure, Hood College, Frederick, MD
2005     External Reviewer of Dr. Burt Kimmelman’s promotion to Full Professor, New Jersey     Institute of Technology, Oct.
2005     Contributor to the International Marie-de France Bibliography, ed. Glyn Burgess, Liverpool (English abstracts of four German articles)
2005     Evaluation of Prof. Laura Hollengreen for Promotion to Assoc. Prof. with tenure, UA, Oct.
2005     Reader of “Gratuitous Examples and the Grateful Dead: Appropriation, Adaptation, and     Negotiation of Traditional Narratives in Medieval Exemplary Ghost Stories,” vol. ed. by Laura Hollingworth (Tempe: ACMRS)
2005     Reader for Seminar (“The Nibelungenlied as an Anti-Esther)
2005-2007 Member, Arizona Humanities Council Speakers Bureau (4 presentations)
2005     External Reviewer of Dr. Juanita Ruys’s application for a post-doc fellowship at Macquarie     University, Sydney
2005     External Review of Prof. Melitta Adamson for her consideration for promotion to the rank     of Professor at the University of Western Ontario
2005     Reader for Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature (“Apple Blossoms in Contaminated     Paradise: Trauma and Creation in Gabrielle Alioth’s The Invention of Love and Death) 
2005     Evaluation of NEH Project by Christopher J. Steppich, Texas A& M University
2005     Evaluation of Dr. Alexander Sager’s (Uof GA) research record for his promotion to     Associate Professor with tenure
2005     Nomination, with successful outcome, of Sherrylyn Branchaw for the ACMRS         Undergraduate Book Award in Honor of Professor Jean Brink
2005     Evaluation of Peter Yang’s 20th-Century German Plays book manuscript, ca. 180 pp. (Yale     University Press)
2005     Reader for International Fiction Review (“A Narrative of Migration: Gabrielle Alioth’s Die     Erfindung von Liebe und Tod”)
2005     Evaluation of Kathleen Andersen-Wyman’s book ms. Andreas Capellanus on Love? Desire,     Seduction and Subversion in a Twelfth-Century Latin Text (363 pp.)
2005     Evaluation of Prof. Suzanne Kocher, University of Lousiana, Lafayette, for tenure and     promotion to Associate Professor
2004     Outside Evaluator for Prof. Jesus Montaño, Hope College, for tenure and promotion to     Associate Professor
2004     Evaluation of Michelle Bolduc’s monograph manuscript Toward a Medieval Poetics of     Contrast (UA)
2004     Evaluation of Kathryn M. Rudy’s monograph Nuns’ Virtual Pilgrimage in the Late Middle     Ages (Leuven: Peeters), 332 pp.
2003     Evaluation of Prof. Heide Witthöft’s file for promotion to Associate Professor, Virginia Tech
2003     Reader of Lieselotte Pouh’s book manuscript Parzivâl, Freud and the Quest for the Holy     Grail, for Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies
2002     Recommendation for June L. Mecham (for Assistant Professorships), U Kansas
2002     Critical Examination of book manuscript: Peter Dinzelbacher: Das hohe Mittelalter, 1050-1250. Eine Kultur- und Mentalitätsgeschichte (ca. 300 pp.)
2002     Chair, Nominating Committee, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2002     Reader for Mystic Quarterly (Australia)
2002     Chair, Huntington Award Committee, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2001     External Reviewer for Dr. Rosemarie Deist, University of San Francisco, for Promotion to     Full Professor
2001     Evaluation of Hajo Drees’ book manuscript A Comprehensive Interpretation of the Life and     Work of Christa Wolf (Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press)
2001     External Reviewer for Dr. Joseph Sullivan’s third-year review, University of Oklahoma
2001     External Reviewer of Dr. Peter Jianhua Yang, Case Western Reserve University, for     Promotion to Associate Professor with tenure 
2001     Judge, Robert L. Kahn Prize for Poetry, Trans-Lit.
2001     Translator of 19th-century German handwritten letters for Prof. Thomas Porter, Dept. of     History, Randolph-Macon College, VA
2000     Evaluation of Ulrike Wiethaus’ English translation of Life and Revelations of the Viennese     Beguine Agnes Blannbekin (d. 1315) for Boydell & Brewer (ca. 250 pp.)
2000     Reference for Prof. Debora Schwartz, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis     Obispo, Dept. of English
2000     Evaluation of Peter Jianhua Yang’s Book Proposal Twentieth Century German Plays, Yale     University Press
2000     Nomination of Prof. Ruth Firestone for a President’s Distinguished Scholar Award, Fort     Hays State University, Hays, KS (successful)
2000     Evaluation of Dr. Kristine K. Sneeringer’s revised doctoral thesis (Washington University,     St. Louis, MO) for Boydell & Brewer (316 pp.)
2000     Editorial Assistance for Professor Peter Dinzelbacher, Salzburg/Princeton (two times)
2000     Consultant for the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (four times)
1999     Evaluator for “Association of Research Libraries/Texas A&M Project: Assessment of     Service Quality in Research Libraries”
1999 to present Reader for Publications of the Modern Language Association
1999     Consultant for the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (one time)
2000-2001 Member of Arizona Humanities Council Resource Center Program (4 Presentations)
1999     External Reviewer for Prof. Siegfried Christoph’s promotion to Full Professor, Univ. of     Wisconsin-Parkside
1998     Reference for Prof. Jutta Landa, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
1998     Reference for Prof. Joe G. Delap, Kansas Wesleyan University, East Claflin, KS
1998 to present Reader for German Quarterly
1998     Member, Awards Committee, Arizona Chapter, AATG-PAD Study Trip Award for Seniors
1998 to present Reader for Trans-Lit
1997     Evaluator for Prof. Nico Unlandt’s promotion to Associate Professor with tenure, Brigham     Young University, Utah
1997     Evaluator for Prof. Jean Jost’s promotion to Full Prof., Bradley University, IL.
1997 to present Reader for Women in German Yearbook
1996     Reader for Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Vol. 2: The Future of     the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
1996     Evaluator for Prof. Anne Winston-Allen’s promotion to Associate Prof., Univ. of Southern     Illinois, Carbondale
1995     Evaluator for Prof. Janina Traxler's promotion to the Full Prof., Manchester College, Indiana
1995-1997 Member, Arizona Humanities Council Speakers Bureau
1994     Exit Interviewer for the B.A., Mellen University
1994 to present Reader for Die Unterrichtspraxis
1994-2004 Reader, Southeastern Medieval Association, Medieval Perspective
1994     Evaluator for Prof. Charles Nelson's promotion to the Full Professor, Tufts University
1993     Recommendation for Woodrow Wilson Center Fellowship (Prof. G. Strauch, U of Maryland,     College Park)
1993     Manuscript Review, Larry D. Wells, Mitlesen-Mitteilen, 2nd ed. (New York-et al.: Holt,     Rinehart, Winston, forthcoming)
1993,     Evaluation for Dana Professorship Nominee Ute Stargardt, Alma College, MI, April
1992     Reader/Manuscript Evaluator for “Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, Binghampton,     New York
1992 to present Reader for German Studies Review
1991     One time consultant for Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Fall 1990 to Spring 1992 Member of Arizona Humanities Council Speakers Bureau, Phoenix,     AZ (four topics included in the Program)
1989 to present Contributor to Encomia. Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly     Literature Society.
1988 to present Reader for Seminar (Canadian/Australian Journal on German Studies)

ADMINISTRATION and EDITORIAL WORK:
2019-        President, The Society for Contemporary American Literature in German (SCALG);         https://public.wsu.edu/~jolyon.hughes/Herzlich_Willkommen.html
2016-        Member of the Advisory Board, Preprints, a multidisciplinary platform hosting non-peer reviewed scholarly works, MDIP
2015-        Co-editor with Eva Parra-Membrives and Wolfgang Brylle, Popular Fiction Studies
2015-2017    Vice President/President/Past President, Rocky Mountain Modern Language         Association
2015-2019    Vice President,The Society for Contemporary American Literature in German (SCALG)
2011-2013        Vice President/President/Past President, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2010-2019        President, AZ chapter of the AATG
2010            Vice President, AZ AATG
2008-2009     President Elect of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2008-present     Book Review Editor for 
2006-present     Book Review Editor for the Journal Medievalia et Humanistica
2006-2007     Vice President/President Elect of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2006-2009     President, Arizona Chapter of the AATG
2006-             Editor, “Fundamentals of Medieval Culture and Literature” Book Series, for Walter             de Gruyter, Berlin and New York
2006-2009     Editor, “Interdisciplinary Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance” Book Series             for Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, ASU.
2005-2006     Member of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (ACMRS)                 Advisory Board (Tempe, AZ)
2003-2004     President, Society for German Renaissance and Baroque Literature (Allied                 Organization of the Modern Language Association)
2002-2003     President, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2002-2005     President, Arizona Chapter of the AATG
2002-2008     Member of the Advisory Board, Fifteenth-Century Studies
2001-2002     Vice President, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association
2000             Editorial Assistance with Heinrich Ruhen webpage http://home.foni.net/~caller/
2000-2001     Vice-President/President Elect of the Arizona Chapter AATG
1999             Associate Book Review Editor, Arthuriana
1999             Editorial Assistant, Jahrbuch der ungarischen Germanistik, Eötvös-Loránd-                University, Budapest, May-July, volumes 1998 and 1999.
1999             Editorial Assistance for Publication of Xavier Girzick, Stephan der Erste, König der             Hungarn. Pest 1792, ed. by Dr. András Balogh and Lásló Tarnói, Die täuschende                 Copie von dem Gewirre des Lebens: Deutsche Dramen aus Pest und Ofen um 1800.             (Budapest: Argumentum Kiadó, 1999)
1999             Editorial Assistance for the Publication of Das Meßbuch von Mémetegház, ed. Dr.             Pèter Varga.
1999             Support and Editorial Assistance for Prof. Imre Tagai, Kodolányi János Föiskola,             University of Székesfehérvár, July and August
1998-2002     Co-Editor of Fifteenth-Century Studies
1997-1998     President, Arizona Chapter of the AATG
1997             Member, Lehrerfortbildung Committee, AATG Executive Council
1996-2000     Member of the Executive Committee of the Discussion Group for Germanic                 Philology, Modern Language Association
1996-1997     Member, Executive Committee, Germanic Philology, Modern Language Association
1996-1997     Chair, Chapter Projects Committee, AATG Executive Council
1996- 1997    Member, Program Review Committee, AATG Executive Council
1996-1997     Member, Publication Committee, AATG Executive Council
1996-1997     Member, Research & Scholarship Committee, AATG Executive Council
1996-1997     President of the AATG Chapter Presidents’ Assembly    
1995-1998     Book Review Editor, Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance                 Association
1994-1995     Editor of Synopsis
1993-1996     President, Arizona Chapter of AATG
1993-1996     Member of the Executive Council, South Eastern Medieval Association
1993-2013        Member of the Advisory Board, Fifteenth-Century Studies 
1992-1993     Vice-President/President Elect of the Arizona AATG Chapter
1992-1994     Editor of Review Notes in Synopsis, ed. by R. G. Mermier 
1991-1992     Review Editor for Non-Romance Material, Tristania, ed. Pedro Campa et al. Edwin-            Mellen Press.
1990             Member, Nominating Committee, Executive Council, South Eastern Medieval                 Association
1990-1995     Editor, Monograph Series, “Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture;             German Medieval Series,” Camden House, Columbia, SC
1987-1990     Member of the Executive Council, South Eastern Medieval Association

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
Medieval Academy of America
German-American Studies Association
Delta Phi Alpha/Epsilon Epsilon Chapter (for life)
Medieval Association of the Pacific
Modern Languages Association
Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft
South Eastern Medieval Association
American Association of Teachers of German (for life)
Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 
Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (for life)

WORK EXPERIENCES:
    1984 to present    Freelance Translator of technical, literary, medical, and scientific texts from German, French, Spanish, and Italian texts into English
1984-1986         Abstractor, Institute of Textile Technology, Charlottesville, VA
1983-1984         Abstractor, Artbibliographies Modern, Clio Press, Oxford, Great Britain
1980-1982         Academic Research Assistant, Institute of Philology, Literature and Languages, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
1980                 Textile Worker, Farbwerke Hoechst, Bad Hersfeld, Germany
1979-1980         Language Laboratory Assistant, Millersville University, PA 
1978-1979         Academic Research Assistant, Institute of Historical Sciences, Philipps-Universität, Marburg, Germany
1976-1977         Military Service, Air Force, Germany

P U B L I C A T I O N S
 
Books
 
 1. Zur Rezeption norditalienischer Kultur des Trecento im Werk Oswalds von Wolkenstein (1376/77-1445), Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 471 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1987), iv + 364 pp. 

Reviewed in: Etudes Germaniques 2 (1988). Germanistik 30 (1989), 1. Modern Language Review 84 (1989), 4. Fifteenth-Century Studies 16 (1990). Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum und deutsche Literatur 118 (1989), 4. Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 111, 1 (1992)

 2. Utopie und Logos. Vier Studien zu Wolframs von Eschenbach “Titurel-Fragmenten. Beiträge zur älteren Literaturgeschichte (Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitätsverlag, 1990), 157 pp.

Reviewed in: Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 20 (1991); The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies 53 (1991); Seminar 28 (1992); Speculum 68 (1993); Colloquia Germanica 25, 2 (1992); Germanistik 34, 2/3 (1993); Modern Language Review 89, 1 (1994)

 3. Autobiographische Lyrik des europäischen Spätmittelalters. Studien zu Hugo von Montfort, Oswald von Wolkenstein, Antonio Pucci, Charles d’Orléans, Thomas Hoccleve, Michel Beheim, Hans Rosenplüt und Alfonso Alvarez de Villasandino. Amsterdamer Publikationen zur Sprache und Literatur, 91 (Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Editions Rodopi, 1991), 674 pp.

Reviewed in: Mitteilungsblatt des Mediävistenverbandes 9 (1992); Germanistik 33 (1992); Colloquia Germanica 25 (1992); Kruspuint (1992); Arbitrium (1992); Fachdienst Germanistik (1993); Etudes Germaniques (1992); German Quarterly 66, 4 (1993); Speculum 68, 4 (1993); Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik XXV, 1 (1993); Leuvense Bijdragen 82 (1993); Mediaevistik 6 (1993);Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 78 (1996); 

 4. Medieval German Literature. Proceedings from the 23rd International Conference, Western Michigan University, The Institute for Medieval Studies, ed. by A. C. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 507 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1989). VI + 210 pp.

Cited in: Etudes Germaniques 45, 4 (1990)

 5. Von Otfried von Weißenburg bis zum Spätmittelalter. Proceedings from the 24th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, The Institute for Medieval Studies, May 4-8, 1989, ed. A. C. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 539 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1990). 171 pp.

 6. Women as Protagonists and Poets in the German Middle Ages. Feminist Approaches to the Study of Middle High German Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik 528 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991). XXI + 242 pp.

Reviewed in: Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 113 (1994); cited in: Etudes Germaniques 47, 3 (1992); The Modern Language Review 90, 1 (1995)

 7. Morîz von Craûn. Mittelhochdeutsch/Neuhochdeutsch. Mittelhochdeutscher Text nach der Ausgabe von Ulrich Pretzel. Übersetzung, Kommentar und Nachwort von Albrecht Classen. Universal-Bibliothek, 8796 (Stuttgart: Reclam, 1992). 176 pp.
7a. reissued with some corrections and an English introduction (Prospect Heights: Waveland Press, 2000).
7b. published online at http://www.gened.arizona.edu/aclassen/morizcomplete.pdf (2004)

Reviewed in: Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 229/144, 2 (1992); Germanistik 34, 2/3 (1993)
                
 8. Tristania, a Journal dedicated to the Study of Tristan-Materials, ed. by A. Classen and W. C. McDonald, Vol. XIV (Lewiston-et al.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1993). 169 pp. 90% responsibility.

 9. Canon and Canon Transgression in Medieval German Literature, ed. by A. Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 573 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1993), 207 pp.

10. Tristania. Ed. by A. Classen and W. C. McDonald. Vol. XV (Lewiston-et al.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1993). vi, 184 pp. 90% responsibility.            

11. Das deutsche Mittelalter in seinen Dichtungen. Eine Anthologie vom frühen bis zum späten Mittelalter. Ausgewählt und übersetzt (Columbus, OH: Greyden Press, 1994), 319pp.; 2nd rev. and expanded edition (1997), 507 pp.; 3rd rev. and expanded edition (2000), 542 pp.; 4th rev. and expanded edition (Tucson: Fast Copy, 2009), 367 pp. (letter size).

12. Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages. Ed. by A.C. (New York: American Heritage Custom Publishing, 1994). 251 pp. 2nd expanded ed. 1995, 375 pp.; 3rd revised and expanded ed. 1995; reprinted 1998, 500 pp; 4th revised and expanded ed. 1999, 551 pp.; 5th revised and expanded ed. 2004, xii, 568 pp.; 6th rev. and expanded ed. 2008, 582 pp. (large page size); 7th rev. and corrected ed. 2013, 563 pp.; 8th ed. 2014, 563 pp.; 9th ed. 2016, 445 pp. (ring-binder).

(2nd. ed.) Reviewed in: Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 16/17 (1995-1996); Mediaevistik 11 (1998).

13. Tristant als Mönch. Einleitung, Übersetzung, Kommentar und Bibliographie (Greifwald: Reineke Verlag, 1994), xvi, 90 pp.

Reviewed in: Mediaevistik 11 (1998).

14. The German Volksbuch. A Critical History of a Late-Medieval Genre. Studies in German Language and Literature, 15 (Lewiston, NY, Queenston, and Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, 1995, reissued 1999). 302 pp.

Reviewed in: Germanistik 38 (1997), no. 619.

15. Tristania, Vol. XVI. Ed. by A. Classen and W.C. McDonald (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1995). 204 pp. 100% responsibility.

16. Tristania, Vol. XVII. Ed. by A. Classen (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1996), 181 pp. 100% responsibility.

17. Diu Klage, mittelhochdeutsch - neuhochdeutsch. Einleitung, Übersetzung, Kommentar und Anmerkungen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 647 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1997), 248 pp. 100% responsibility.

Mentioned in: Germanistik 40, 2 (1999); reviewed in Mediaevistik 14 (2003).
                                
18. Tristania, Vol. XVIII. Ed. by A. Classen (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1998), 136 pp. 100% responsibility.

19. Deutsche Frauenlieder des fünfzehnten und sechzehnten Jahrhunderts. Authentische Stimmen in der deutschen Frauenliteratur der Frühneuzeit oder Vertreter einer poetischen Gattung (das Frauenlied?). Einleitung, Edition und Kommentar von A. Classen (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Editions Rodopi, 1999), xxxi, 228 pp. 100% responsibility.

reviewed in: Daphnis 28 (1999); Colloquia Germanica 33 (2000); Lied und populäre Kultur 45 (2000); Deutsche Bücher 30, 2-3 (2000); Fifteenth-Century Studies 28 (2002); German Quarterly 76, 2 (2003)

20. The Book and the Magic of Reading in the Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, 2118 (New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1999), xlii, 308 pp. 100% responsibility.
20a. reissued as a paperback in 2014

reviewed in: Le Moyen Âge 106 (2000): 630f.

21. Tristania, Vol. XIX. Ed. by A. Classen (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999). 147 pp. 100% responsibility.

22. Deutsche Liederbücher des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts. Volksliedstudien, 1 (Münster: Waxmann, 2001). 354 pp.
    
reviewed in: Singt und Spielt. Schweizer Blätter für klingende Volksunde 70, 1 (2003): 14-18; The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 63 (2003): 665; Studi medievali XLVI, II (2005): 936-38; Scriptorium (2005): 173.

23. Frauen in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte. Die ersten 800 Jahre. Ein Lesebuch. Ausgewählt, übersetzt und kommentiert von A. Classen. Women in German Literature, 4 (New York: Peter Lang, 2000), xix, 337 pp. - now available online at: http://sophie.byu.edu/?q=texts/frauen-der-deutschen-literaturgeschichte…

reviewed in: Trans-Lit X, 1-2 (2001); Unterrichtspraxis 34 (2001); Seminar (2002); Helikon 47 (2001); Colloquia Germanica 34 (2001).

24. Medieval German Voices in the 21st Century. The Paradigmatic Function of Medieval German Studies for German Studies. A Collection of Essays, ed. A. Classen. Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, 46 (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Editions Rodopi, 2000), 252 pp. 100% responsibility.

reviewed in: German Studies Review XXV, 2 (2002); Colloquia Germanica 34 (2001); Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 45 (2000); Mediaevistik 14 (2003); Colloquia Germanica (2001); Studi Medievali 46 (2005)

25. Sonora - A Web-Based German Language and Culture Textbook: Focus on 18th-Century German Jesuit Travelogues (2000): http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/content/sonora&nbsp;

26. Tristania. Vol. XX (2000). Ed. by Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, NY-Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, 2000), 145 pp. 100% responsibility.

27. ‘Mein Seel fang an zu singen’. Religiöse Frauenlieder des 15.-16. Jahrhunderts. Kritische Studien und Textedition. Studies in Spirituality Supplements, 6 (Leuven-Paris-Sterling, VA: Peeters, 2002), 395 pp. 100% responsibility.
reviewed in Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 48 (2003): 287-89

28. Meeting the Foreign in the Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen (New York-London: Routledge, 2002), lxxiii, 274 pp. 100% responsibility.
    reviewed in Speculum 79, 3 (2004)

29. Verzweiflung und Hoffnung. Die Suche nach der kommunikativen Gemeinschaft in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. Beihefte zur Mediaevistik, 1 (Frankfurt a. M., Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2002), XXVIII, 502 pp.

Reviewed in: The Medieval Review 03.05.09 (internet); The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 64 (2002) 2003.

30. Tristania. Vol. XXI . Ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2002), 150 pp.        

31. Violence in Medieval Courtly Literature: A Casebook, ed. Albrecht Classen. Routledge Medieval Casebooks (New York and London: Routledge, 2004), 352 pp.
    reviewed in: The Medieval Review 05.10.07 (internet)
32a. reissued as a paperback in 2014

32. Tristania Vol. XXII, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004), 119 pp.

33. Late-Medieval German Women’s Poetry: Secular and Religious Songs. Trans. from the German with Introduction, Notes and Interpretive Essay. Library of Medieval Women (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2004), 157 pp.
    reviewed in: German Quarterly 79, 2 (2006); The Medieval Review 06.10.11 (online)
reprinted in paperback and transferred to digital printing 2011

34. Discourses on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 278 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2004), 347 pp.
    reviewed in: The Medieval Review 06.02.05; Medium Aevum 75 (2006); 

35. Tristania. Vol. XXIII, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2005), 121 pp.

36. Der Liebes- und Ehediskurs vom hohen Mittelalter bis zum frühen 17. Jahrhundert. Volksliedstudien, 5 (Münster, New York, Munich, and Berlin: Waxmann, 2005), vi, 378 pp.

mentioned in: Germanistik 47 (2006); reviewed in Mennonitische Geschichtsblätter 64 (2007)

37. Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2005), vii, 445 pp., 4 ill.

reviewed in: Futhark 1 (2006); Mediaevistik 20 (2007); Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 42 (2007)H-Net Reviews. October, 2008: http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=22822; Mediaevistik 21 (2008)

38. Mai und Beaflor. Herausgegeben, übersetzt, kommentiert und mit einer Einleitung von Albrecht Classen. Beihefte zur Mediaevistik, 6 (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2006), xxxix, 500 pp.

reviewed in: Medium Aevum 75 (2006); Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 63 (2007)

39. Tristania. Vol. XXIV, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006), 162 pp.

40. The Medieval Chastity Belt: A Myth-Making Process. The New Middle Ages (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), x, 222 pp., 7 ill.
    
reviewed in SMGS News and Reviews 26 (2008), at: http://smgs.truman.edu/; The German Quarterly 81, 3 (2008), Wissenschaftlicher Literaturanzeiger (http://www.wla-online.de/artikel-detail.php?artikelid=577), 2008; Medieval Clothing and Textiles 4, ed. Robin Netherton and Gale R. Own-Crocker, 2008, 212

41. The Power of a Woman’s Voice in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: New Approaches to German and European Women Writers and to Violence Against Women in Premodern Times. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 1 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2007), vi, 453 pp. 

42. Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Neglected Topic, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 2 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2007), vii, 575 pp., 30 ill.
reviewed in Journal of English and Germanic Philology Jan. 2010; Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 246.161.2 (2009)

43. Erotic Tales of Medieval Germany. Selected and Trans. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 328 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2007), x, 176 pp. Rev. and expanded sec. ed. (2009), x, 187 pp.
reviewed in The Medieval Review 08.05.19

44. Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 347 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008), 480 pp.
    reviewed in Journal of English and Germanic Philology 109.1 (2010)
        
45. Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008), 903 pp., 85 ill.
reviewed in Sehpunkte 10.2 (2010): http://www.sehepunkte.de/2010/02/16172.html

46. The Poems of Oswald von Wolkenstein: An English Translation of the Complete Works (1376/77-1445). The New Middle Ages (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), xi, 253 pp., 4 ill.
                
47. Deutsche Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts: Studien zu Martin Montanus, Hans Wilhelm Kirchhof und Michael Lindener. Koblenz-Landauer Studien zu Geistes-, Kultur- und Bildungswissenschaften, 4 (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2009), x, 200 pp.

48. Urban Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), vii, 757 pp., 70 ill.

49. (together with Lukas Richter), Lied und Liederbuch in der Frühen Neuzeit. Volksliedstudien, 10 (Münster, New York, et al.: Waxmann, 2010), 330 pp.

50. Tristania. Vol. XXV, ed. Albrecht Classen (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2009), 193 pp.

51. Tiere als Freunde im Mittelalter: Eine Anthologie. Eingeleitet, ausgewählt, übersetzt und kommentiert von Gabriela Kompatscher zusammen mit Albrecht Classen und Peter Dinzelbacher (Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010), 299 pp. (ca. 40%) 

52. Paracelsus im Kontext der Wissenschaften seiner Zeit: Kultur- und Mentalitätsgeschichtliche Annäherungen, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 2 (Berlin and New York: Walther de Gruyter, 2010), VI, 247 pp.

53. Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Epistemology of a Fundamental Human Behavior, Its Meaning, and Consequences, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 5 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), ix, 853 pp., 37 ill.

54-56. Handbook of Medieval Studies: Terms – Methods – Trends, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 2821 pp. (review at: http://www.sehepunkte.de/2012/01/20812.html)

57. Erasmus Widmann (1571-1634): Edition seiner weltlichen, unterhaltsamen und didaktischen Lieder und Gesänge (Berlin: Weidler, 2011), 147 pp.

58. Friendship in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Explorations of a Fundamental Ethical Discourse, ed. Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandidge. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 6 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), ix, 802 pp., 18 b/w ill.
    
59. Sexual Violence and Rape in the Middle Ages: A Critical Discourse in Premodern German and European Literature. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 7 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), vi, 272 pp.

60. Religion und Gesundheit in der Frühen Neuzeit: Der heilkundliche Diskurs im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 3 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), VI, 410 pp.

61. Sex im Mittelalter: Die andere Seite einer idealisierten Vergangenheit. Literatur und Sexualität (Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Bachmann, 2011), 369 pp., 18 ill.

62. War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature 800-1800 ed. Albrecht Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), viii, 647 pp., 33 ill.

63. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für Interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, ed. Peter Dinzelbacher and Albrecht Classen. Vol. 23 (Frankfurt a. M., Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2010), 659 pp.

64. Medieval Answers to Modern Problems, ed. Albrecht Classen (San Diego: Cognella, University Readers, 2012), 250 pp.; rev. ed. 2013, 302 pp.; 2nd rev. ed. 2013, 328 pp.; 2nd ed. 2017, 382 pp.

65. Kultur- und kommunikationshistorischer Wandel des Liedes im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen, Michael Fischer, and Nils Grosch. Populäre Kultur und Musik, 3 (Münster, New York, et al.: Waxmann, 2012), 256 pp.

66. Aspects of Literary Translation: Building Linguistic and Cultural Bridge in Past and Present, ed. Eva Parra-Membrives, Miguel Ángel García Peinado, Albrecht Classen. Translation, Text and Interferences, 1 (Tübingen: Narr, 2012), 413 pp.

67. Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 4 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 470 pp.

68. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für Interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, ed. Albrecht Classen. Vol. 24 (Frankfurt a. M., Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2012), 727 pp.

69. The Letters of the Swiss Jesuit Missionary Philipp Segesser (1689-1762): An Eyewitness to the Settlement of Eighteenth-Century Sonora (Pimería Alta, ed. and trans. Albrecht Classen. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Occasional Series, 5 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012), x, 245 pp., 4 ill.

70. Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen, with the collaboration of Christopher R. Clason. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), x, 921 pp.

71. Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Mental-Historical Investigations of Basic Human Problems and Social Responses, ed. Albrecht Classen and Connie Scarborough. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 11 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), viii, 602 pp.

72. Early History of the Southwest through the Eyes of German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries: A Transcultural Experience in the Eighteenth Century (Lanham, MD, Boulder, et al.: Lexington Books, 2013), xi, 216 pp., 10 ill.

73. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für Interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, vol. 25, ed. A. Classen (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2013), 591 pp.
                                
74. East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Transcultural Experiences in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 14 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013), ix, 818 pp.

75. Literatur am Rand: Perspektiven der Trivialliteratur vom Mittelalter bis zum 21. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra-Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 1 (Tübingen: Narr Verlag, 2013), 301 pp. (ca. 70% responsibility)

76. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung 26 (2013), 487 pp. 
                                    
77. Mental Health, Spirituality, and Religion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 15 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2014), VI, 738 pp., 32 ill.

78. Love, Life, and Lust in Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 467. MRTS Texts for Teaching, 9 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2014), xxvii, 155 pp.

79. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung vol. 27 (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2014; appeared in 2015), 485 pp.

80. The Forest in Medieval German Literature: Ecocritical Readings from a Historical Perspective. Ecocritical Theory and Practice (Lanham, Boulder, et al.: Lexington Books, 2015).

81-83. Handbook of Medieval Culture: Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), X, 2247 pp. 

84. Bestseller – gestern und heute: Ein Blick vom Rand zum Zentrum der Literaturwissenschaft / Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen (80%) and Eva Parra Membrives (20%). Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016), 231 pp.

85. Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), vi, 545 pp., 73 ill.

86. Reading Medieval European Women Writers: Strong Literary Witnesses from the Past (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2016), 430 pp.

87. Mediaevistik, vol. 28, ed. (reviews) together with Werner Heinz (articles) (Frankfurt a.m M.: Peter Lang, 2015), 635 pp.
                        
88. Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), VI, 402 pp.

89. An English Translation of Rudolf von Ems’s Der guote Gêrhart (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2016), xxxiii, 199 pp.

90. Mediaevistik Internationale Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung vol. 29 (Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 2016), 593 pp.

91. Bodily and Spiritual Hygiene in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Exploration of Textual Presentations of Filth and Water, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 19 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), VII, 615 pp., 4 ill.

92. Translation: T. H. Moedriach, Prydori: Perfection is Us. Translated from the German by Albrecht Classen in cooperation with Anneliese Chittock, Glenn Allen Elms, Nicholas Flannery, Ivana Lea Goldtooth, Benjamin Joseph Michael Horn, Adelina Isabella Lilani Lane, Nicholas Edward McNutt, and Patrick Ploschnitzki. Translation revised and edited by Albrecht Classen and Carolyn Classen (Lubljana, Slovenia: Založištvo Jerneja Jezernik, 2017), 179 pp.

93. Water in Medieval Literature: An Ecocritical Reading. Ecocritical Theory and Practice (Lanham, MD, Boulder, CO, et al.: Lexington Books, 2018), xlvi, 311 pp., also as paperback

94. Magic and Magicians in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Time: The Occult in Pre-Modern Sciences, Medicine, Literature, Religion, and Astrology, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 20 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), x, 757 pp., 36 ill.

95. Toleration and Tolerance in Medieval and Early Modern European Literature. Routledge Studies in Medieval Literature and Culture, 8 (New York and London: Routledge, 2018), viii, 329 pp.

96. Eros und Logos: Literarische Formen des sinnlichen Begehrens in der (deutschsprachigen) Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, ed. Albrecht Classen, Wolfgang Brylla, and Andrey Kotin. Popular Fiction Studies, 4 (Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto, 2018), 342 pp.

97. Travel, Time, and Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time: Explorations of Worldly Perceptions and Processes of Identity Formation, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 22 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018), XIX, 704 pp.
                    
98. Japanisch-deutsche Gespräche über Fremdheit im Mittelalter: Interkulturelle und interdisziplinäre Forschungen in Ost und West, ed. Manshu Ide and Albrecht Classen. Stauffenburg Mediävistik, 2 (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2018), 231 pp., 40 b/w ill.

99. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, vol. 30 (Berlin, Bern, et al.: Peter Lang, 2017; appeared in 2018), 552 pp.

100. Reiner Cornelius, Gunhild Classen, and Albrecht Classen, Zur Rhön hinauf (Niederaula: Auwel-Verlag, 2018), 296 pp. (ca. 25%)

101. Paradigm Shifts during the Global Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Albrecht Classen. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 44 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2019), xlvi, 396 pp.

102. Prostitution in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: The Dark Side of Sex and Love in the Premodern Era. Studies in Medieval Literature (Lanham, MA, Boulder, CO, et al.: Lexington Books, 2019), v, 237 pp.

103. Pleasure and Leisure in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Cultural-Historical Perspectives on Toys, Games, and Entertainment. Edited by Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 23 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2019), XIII, 751 pp., 41 b/w and color ill.

104. Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für Interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung, vol. 31 (2018; appeared in 2019), 490 pp.

105. Religious Toleration in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: An Anthology of Literary, Theological, and Philosophical Texts (Berlin: Peter Lang, 2020), 396 pp.

 

Together with Carolin Radtke, translation of Romedio Schmitz-Esser, Der Leichnam im Mittelalter: Einbalsamierung, Verbrennund und die kulturelle Konstruktion des toten Körpers, as History of the Corpse in the Middle Ages: Embalming, Cremation, and the Cultural Construction of the Dead Body (orig. 2014) (Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming).

Books published in series edited by Albrecht Classen

1. Chess in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: A Fundamental Thought Paradigm of the Premodern World, ed. Daniel E. O’Sullivan. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 10 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), vi, 257.

2. Connie Scarborough, Inscribing the Environment: Ecocritical Approaches to Medieval Spanish Literature. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 13 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013), vii, 189 pp.

3. Charles W. Connell, Popular Opinion in the Middle Ages: Channeling Public Ideas and Attitudes. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 18 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), xviii, 347 pp. (served as co-editor together with Marilyn Sandidge)

4. John M. Hill, Chaucer’s Neoplatonism: Varieties of Love, Friendship, and Community. Studies in Medieval Literature (Lanham, MD, Boulder, CO, New York, and London: Lexington Books, 2018), viii, 201 pp.

5. Words that Tear the Flesh: Essays on Sarcasm in Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Cultures, ed. Alan Baragona and Elizabeth L. Rambo. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 21 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018), VIII, 378 pp.

Niccolino Applauso, Dante’s Comedy and the Ethics of Invective in Medieval Italy. Studies in Medieval Literature (Lanham, Boulder, et al.: Lexington Books, 2020), xi, 357 pp.

Poetry Books

1. Sprachmühlen - Spurensuchen. Poems (Lewiston, NY,-Queenston-Lampeter: Mellen Poetry Press, 2002), 61 pp.

Reviewed in: Trans-Lit XI, 1 & 2 (2002).

2. Gedichte: Mitlesebuch Nr. 78 (Berlin: Aphaia Verlag, 2004), 26 pp.

3. Reflexionen über gestern und morgen – Gedichte. Gnothikon 2011 (http://gnothikon.com/?s=Classen); or: http://gnothikon.com/wp-content/uploads/arizona-poesie/albrecht_classen…; now: http://schuster-verlag.si/GER/autoren.html (Aug. 2012)

4. Politische Reflexionen - Fragmentarische Gedichte. Gnothikon 2011 (http://gnothikon.com/eigenverlag/arizonapoesie/)
(http://gnothikon.com/wp-content/uploads/arizona-poesie/albrecht_classen…); http://schuster-verlag.si/GER/autoren.html (Aug. 2012)

5. Sonora Wüste: Leben im Südwesten der US. Gnothikon 2012: (http://gnothikon.com/eigenverlag/arizonapoesie/) http://gnothikon.com/wp-content/uploads/arizona-poesie/albrecht_classen…); http://schuster-verlag.si/GER/autoren.html (Aug. 2012)

6. (together with Th. Moedriach), sprachbrücken: Gedichte von Tucson bis nach Gottschee (II) (Gottschee: Thomas Schuster, 2012), 85 pp.

7. (together with Th. Moedriach), grenzgänger: Gedichte von Tucson bis nach Gottschee (II) (Gottschee: Thomas Schuster, 2012), 91 pp.

8. hawaiische impressionen. dichterling, 1 (Novo maesto, Slowenia: arte publisher, 2013),157 pp., ill. (http://publisher.arte4.si/en/classen-hawaiian-impressions/)

9. sonora: harte klänge / harsh words (Novo maesto, Slowenia: arte publisher, 2015), 229 pp.

    Prose Literature
                    
1. Amerikanische Satiren (Leipzig: Engelsdorfer Verlag, 2018), 184 pp.

2. Die Welt und ich, ein etwas unausgewogenes Verhältnis: Neue Satiren aus deutscher und amerikanischer Sicht, 2020 (https://www.bookrix.de/_ebook-albrecht-classen-die-welt-und-ich-ein-etw…).

Audio-Visual Material

1. A Garland of Medieval German Verse. Read by Albrecht Classen (Provo: The Chaucer Studio, 2002). Compact Disc.
                        
2. Late Medieval German Women Songs. Read by Albrecht Classen (Provo: The Chaucer Studio, 2011). CD, or online at: http://creativeworks.byu.edu/chaucer/ViewItem.aspx?id=OR078
or: http://creativeworks.byu.edu/chaucer/ViewItem.aspx?id=OR078&language=mi…

Youtube and other Online Videos

1. “Trad 104 An Introduction to Special Collections,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCaSv-Z_RmI&context=C3701aa5ADOEgsToPDsk… (Spring 2011)
2. “Courtly Love: Carmina Burana: Great Courses, Great Faculty”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_fz35YGYlA (Spring 2011)
3. “Women Poets from Early Twelfth-Century Southern France,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbP-s-QDx1s&feature=youtu.be
4. Video on “Aucassin and Nicolette,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kk8WiKtuVhk (Nov. 2011)
5. “Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan, facsimile of the Munich manuscript cgm 51 (Staatsbibliothek): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTozDuiRCqA (Feb. 2012)
6. “Retablo Room, Museum of Art, University of Arizona,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWmpmWOYZsQ&feature=youtu.be (Sept. 2012)    
6. Advertisement for my Humanities Course : http://humanities.arizona.edu/humanities-seminar-program/courses/mediev… (July 2013)
7. Medieval Studies at the University of Arizona, with a Thematic Minor: http://youtu.be/OMdY2tWhZQk (April 2014)
8. “Fearless Women Fighters and Writers for Their Faith in 16th and 17th Century Germany,” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLRCab7fptU&feature=youtu.be (Oct. 10, 2014)
9. “Medieval Travel Study Course: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVND3X1KdCg&feature=youtu.be (Oct. 21, 2014)
10. “Introduction to Special Collections, UA,” https://vimeo.com/161967981
11. “Happiness, Love, and Hope in the Middle Ages,” http://hsp.arizona.edu/course/happiness-love-and-hope-medieval-literatu… (July 2016)
12. “Women (Writers) in the Protestant Reformation - and in the Early Baroque (Jan. 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJOLrt-XisM http://www.medievalists.net/2017/11/women-and-the-reformation/
13. “Special Collection, University of Arizona” https://vimeo.com/208584407 (March 2017)

Electronic Media

1. Establishment and maintenance of an extensive homepage for Medieval, Renaissance, Reformation, and Baroque Studies, with a large page on Germany-relevant links: http://www.gened.arizona.edu/aclassen (Jan. 2000-201)
http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/home (Feb. 2011)

2. Webpage for the Society of German Renaissance and Baroque Literature: http://www.gened.arizona.edu/sgrabl/
New: http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/scrabl
 
3. Wegpage for the Tristan Society:
http://www.gened.arizona.edu/tristania/. New: http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/tristan_society

4. Webmaster of the AZ AATG Webpage since 2002: 
http://fpnew.ccit.arizona.edu/azaatg/index.html. New: http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/az_aatg

5. Webmaster of Webpage for Mediaevistik since Oct. 2003. http://www.gened.arizona.edu/mediaevistik/; replaced by http://aclassen.faculty.arizona.edu/homehttp://aclassen.faculty.arizona…

6. Webmaster of Webpage for UAMARRC since Dec. 2004:
http://fp.arizona.edu/uamarrc/

7. Women’s pre-1750 literature: http://sophie.byu.edu/?q=literature_early_pre1750 (online since 2014)

Creative Writing, Poems and Narratives:

 1. “Dunkle, heimliche Welt,” in: Literatur-Express 2 (1988), p. 10
 2. “Ikarus,” in: Literatur-Express 2 (1988), p. 10
 3. “Reminder,” in: Expressions, Fall 1989, p. 13
 4. “One Lonely Evening,” in: Expressions Fall 1989, p. 14
 5. “Meditations on Life,” in: Expressions (Mesa, AZ.), Fall 1989, p. 15
 6. “I notice,” in: Expression Winter 1990, p. 38
 7. “Dawning,” in: Way Station 1 (1989), Fall, p. 19
 8. “Heat,” in: Way Station 1 (1989), Fall, p. 19
 9. “Komm zurück,” (Translated under the Title: “Come Back”) in: Way Station 2 (1991), p. 14
10. “At Night,” in: Ship of Fools 24 (1992), p. 20f.
11. “Kreislauf,” in: Das Fenster. Mitteilungsblatt des Deutschen Studenten Clubs, UA, 1, 3 (1992), p. 4
12. “in the sunlight,” in: Ship of Fools 25 (1992), p. 21
13. “Fragen an die Sprache,” Das Fenster, UA, 2, 5 (1993), 2.
14. “Mißgeburt,” Das Fenster UA, 3, 2 (1993), 3.
15. “Frohe Weihnachten,” Das Fenster 3, 3 (1993), 4.
16. “nach dem Regen,” Trans-Lit III, 1 (1994), 38.
17. “Gewalt,” Trans-Lit III, 1 (1994), 38.
18. “Konzertabend,” Trans-Lit III, 2 (1994), 25.
19. “Bahn,” Trans-Lit III, 2 (1994), 25.
20. “auf dem Weg,” Warteräume im Klee. Eine Anthologie. Hg. von Holger Oertel, Volker Sielaff und Norbert Weiß (Dresden: Buchlabor, 1995), 30.
21. “Saguaro West,” Warteräume im Klee, 31.
22. “Wüstengefängnis,” Warteräume im Klee, 32.
23. “Kilauea,” Trans-Lit IV, 1 (1995), 33.
24. “Kastanie,” Trans-Lit IV, 2 (1995), 43.
25. “Sonora,” Trans-Lit V, 2 (1996), 55.
26. “Maulbeere,” Trans-Lit VI, 1 (1997), 8.
27. “Lake Roosevelt,” Schatzkammer XXII, 1 & 2 (1997), 136.
28. “Tucson im Herbst,” Schatzkammer XXII, 1 & 2 (1997), 136.
29. “Wanderer,” Schatzkammer XXII, 1 & 2 (1997), 137.
30. “Fragen,” Trans-Lit VII, 1 (1998), 52.
31. “an der Kasse,” Trans-Lit VII, 1 (1998), 53.
32. “Strandbilder” - short story, Trans-Lit VII, 2 (1998), 52-57.
33-39. “Danksagung” (14), “Ein Stuhl” (15), “Von Mund zu Mund” (15), “Geliebte (16), “Leben” (16), “Liebe” (16), “André de Mandach” (17), Trans-Lit VIII, 2 (1999).
40-43. “Zeit,” “Zwiegespräch,” “für Darius,” “überrumpelt,” Trans-Lit IX, 1 & 2 (2000), 62.
44-49. “du und ich” (82), “herbstliches Vancouver” (82), “neue Perspektive” (83), “Mann - Frau” (83), “Oktober in Südarizona” (83), “Vision” (83), Trans-Lit X, 1-2 (2001).
50-61. Spanische Romanzen: “La Vall d’Uixio” (73), “Festung Sagunt” (73), “Inkunabel” (73-74), “Spanien” (74), “Valencia im Regen” (74), “Novemberlied” (74-75), “die Stunde” (75), “Monasterio de los Reyes” (75), “La Mezquita” (75-76), “Liebeslieder” (76), “Jardines del Real” (76), Trans-Lit XI, 1&2 (2002).
62-65. “Gottfried” (310), “Ackermann” (310-12), “Wolfram” (312), “Arizona” (312), Dimension2 6, 2-3 (2003) - with English translations by Ingo Stoehr
66.-74. “Musikstunde” (68), “Hör mich an” (68-69), “Nachdenken” (69-70), “Spätsommermorgen” (70), “Liebkosungen” (70-71), “Hoffnung” (71), “Wie Cäsar” (72), “Mensch und Gott” (72-73), “Einst” (73),  XII (2006).
75.-77. “Irak” (85), “Reisen in poesis” (85-89), “Collage” (89),  XII/2 (2006)
78.-81. “Sprache” (41), “Rettung, in letzter Minute” (41-42), “Blue Line” (42), “Bleistiftstummel” (42-43),  XIII/1 (2007).
82. “Ente,” Mythos des Unsichtbaren: Die Verbindung von Literatur mit Musik und Bildender Kunst von Zeitgenossen, ed. Svea Haske, Sonja Wendeler. Bd. I (Berlin: Aphaia, 2007), 23.
83.-87. “Fremdheit” (13), “Amerikanischer Schwanengesang” (14-15), “Wahrnehmung” (15), “Schraffuren” (15-16), “Hoffnung” (16),  XIV, 1 (2008).
88.-90. “Refugium Yarnton” (90), “Oxford Canal” (90-91), “Stille Orte” (91-92),  XIV, 2 (2008).
91.-93. “Babel” (23), “Wechsel” (23-24), “Jahresende” (24),  XV, 1 (2009).
94.-96. “Trio plus zwei” (107), “August, Tucson” (108), “Ringelnatz zu Ehren” (108-09),  XV.2 (2009).
97.-100. “Abendstunde Tucson” (17), “Hibiscus-Blüte, Hwaii” (17-18), “Deklinationen des Lachens” (18-19), “Vitale Daten” (19),  XVI.1 (2010).
101. “Knöpfe” (short prose narrative),  XVI.2 (2010): 27-28.
102-104. “Erdöl” (66-67), “Wand” (67), “Hitzeglocke” (67-68),  XVI.2 (2010).
105-108. “Pronomina” (21), “Amerika - Jahrzehnte später” (21-22), “Wanderung auf Big Island, Hawaii” (22), “Wir alle” (23),  XVII.1 (2011).
109. “Tod” (Prose text),  XVII.1 (2011): 24.
110.-112. “Büttenpapier und schwere Tinte” (104-05), “Fremdgeworden” (106), “Globale Freundschaft” (107), Mother Tongue, Lengua Materana, Muttersprache: From National Breaks to International Bridges, ed. Frederick A. Lubich. . Special Edition, Spring 2011
113.-116. “Picacho Peak” (28), “Zusammen” (28-29), “Girona” (29), “Sprachspiele” (30),  XVII.2 (2011).
117.-20. “Afghanistan” (79-80); “Abendstunde” (81-82); “Traumgeschäft” (83-85), Wortmosaik: Zeitschrift für Literatur und Kunst 2 (2011).
121.-124. “St. Botholph, Cambridge” (86), “Linden, Queen’s Road” (86), “Hoffnungen” (86-87), “Einsichten” (87-88),  XVIII.2 (2012).
125.-129. “Vier Elemente” (29), “Zeit und Generation” (29-30), “Brandung” (30-31), “Kohala Mountains” (31), “Schöpfung in Lava” (31-32),  XIX.1 (2013).
130-134. “Lyrische Miniaturen aus Japan und Hawaii” (54), “Hiroshima” (54-55), “Kultur und Natur, hawai’isch” (55-56), “Cornucopia, subtropisch” (56), “Lisa Kahn” (73),  XIX.2 (2013).
135-37. “Brot” (30), “Wortgestrüpp” (31), “Tanzen soll das Gedicht, nur . . .” (31-32),  XX.1 (2014).
138-41. “Sonnenuntergang - Menschheit” (47), “Nostalgische Reflexionen im Posener Land August 2014” (48), “Sehnsucht” (49),  XX.2 (2014).
142. “Don’t we know each other?,” http://blogforarizona.net/dear-white-people-we-asians-dont-all-look-ali… (last accessed Nov. 19, 2014)
143-145. “Demokratie” (35-36), “Sprechen und verstehen” (36-38), “Wahlen in Amerika” (38-39),  XXI, 1 (2015).
146-51. “Eiche” (62), “Bucherlebnis” (62-63), “Objekt du” (63-64), “Kuli” (64), “Zeitung” (65), “Valencia” (65),  XXI.2 (2015).
152-55. “Regen, Mexiko Stadt,” “Tristan, auf Mexikanisch,” “Flüchtlinge,” “Mein Buch und ich”, in: http://poetassigloveintiuno.blogspot.mx/2015/11/albrecht-classen-17470-… (2016)
156. “Von Limerick nach Tokyo, und von dort nach Hause, Tucson,”  XXII.2 (2016): 32-34.
157. “Japan” (71), “Hunger” (71-72), “Hiroshima, bildlich festgehalten” (72),  XXII.2 (2016).
158. “Gewalt” (71), “Konzertabend” (72), “Atemhauch” (72-73), “Spinne” (73-74), “Körpererfahrung” (74-75), PEN-Zentrum deutschsprachiger Autoren im Ausland: PENinfo 2016, ed. Gabrielle Alioth and Hubert Dammer (Norderstedt: Books on Demand, 2017). 
159. “Amerika, du,” Glossen 42 (2016): http://blogs.dickinson.edu/glossen/glossen-42-dec-2016/amerika-du/
160.-163. “Die Suche” (33), “Oxidation, südamerikanisch” (34), “Geruchsräume (für Joachim Harms)” (34-35), “Der Gärtner (für Irmgard Hunt)” (35-36),  XXIII.1 (2017).
164. “Beim Besuch im Kunstmuseum,”  XXIII.1 (2017): 50-52. 
165. “Des Amerikaners liebstes Kind,”  XXIII.2 (2017): 61-63
166-70. “Liebesgedicht, auf Ferne” (93), “Abreise” (93-94), “fachwerkgitter” (94), “Was denn die Liebe sei” (95),  XXIII.2 (2017)
171. “Träume,” Glossen 43 (2017); http://blogs.dickinson.edu/glossen/glossen-43-2017-current-issue/traume/
172-73. “Liebe” (40), “Backsteinmauer” (41),  XXIV.1 (2018).
174. “Buddhistische Erleuchtung,”  XXIV.1 (2018): 64-65.
175-179. “Lübeck” (83), “Bahnsteig” (83-84), “Suche” (84), “Viator” (85), “Zeiterfahrung” (85),  XXIV.2 (2018)
180. “Bibliotheksglück” (prose text),  XXIV.2 (2018): 27-30
181. “Heil dir Amerika — du älteste Demokratie der Welt!,” Glossen: German Literature and Culture after 1945 44 (2019): http://blogs.dickinson.edu/glossen/glossen-44-2019-current-issue/heil-d…
182. “Böse Sprache,” Glossen: German Literature and Culture after 1945 44 (2019): http://blogs.dickinson.edu/glossen/glossen-44-2019-current-issue/bose-s…
183. “Trumpiade,” PEN Zentrum deutschsprachiger Autoren
im Ausland: Newsletter 2019 (https://exilpen.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/PEN_Newsletter_2019_Endf…), 26-27.
184. “hostile desert screams,” honorable mention in Haiku contest, published in HAIKU EXPO
ARIZONA MATSURI - A FESTIVAL OF JAPAN Selection of 2019 Haiku Arizona inspired Japanese Poetry https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/f10fde_9da07f01470f4020a954fbe69e6a46e5…, p. 56. 
185-87. “Mein stummes Gedicht” (35-36), “Zufall” (36), “Wanderung” (37),  XXV.1 (2019)
188. “Nadel und Faden” (Prose),  XXV.1 (2019): 69-70.
189-97. “Dawn” (25), “The Crane” (26), “Mysticism” (27), “Kalamazoo” (28-29), “I, the Foreigner” (30-31), “Medieval Individual” (32), “Our Dream” (33), “At Night” (34-35), “Unamed” (36), Hail, Radiant Star! Seven Medievalist Poets, ed. by Jane Beal (Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line Press, 2019).
198-199. “Auszeit, unfreiwillig” (38-39); “Canyon de Chelly” (39), 25.2 (2019).
200. “Nächtliche Stille” (77), “Hin und her” (78), “Trillionen” (79), 25.2 (2019).
201. “Trees, harbinger of tomorrow, standing in the past,” Elephant Journal, https://www.elephantjournal.com/2019/12/trees-harbinger-of-tomorrow-sta… (Dec. 2019)
202. “Impeachment – Ethics and National Identity,” https://www.elephantjournal.com/2019/12/impeachment-ethics-and-national… (last accessed on Dec. 27, 2019)
203. “Ah, Those Good Religious Folks in the US Senate,” https://www.elephantjournal.com/2019/12/ah-those-good-religious-folks-i… (Dec. 29, 2019)
204. “Man hat uns die Nacht geraubt,” Nachts nicht von wo, ed. Stefan Flach, Peter Rosenthal, and Michael Weißmann (Cologne: Weissmann Verlag, 2019); interview of the editor on the radio https://www1.wdr.de/mediathek/audio/wdr3/wdr3-kultur-am-mittag/audio-ko… (at 1:49 min.)

                    

Miscellaneous:

 1. “Counter Review of New Literary Journal: Expression,” in: Arizona Daily Wildcat 83 (1989), 45, p. 4.
 2. “25th International Congress on Medieval Studies. May 10-13, 1990. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan,” in: Fachdienst Germanistik 8 (1990), 7, p. 3.
 3. “Schuljahre,” in: Literatur-Express 2 (1989), 1/2, pp. 44-45.
 4. “Unerwartete Fremd/Freundsprache,” Das Fenster. Mitteilungsblatt des Deutschen Studenten Clubs, UA, 1/1 (February 1992), 1, 4; and 1/2 (1992), 1, 6.
 5. “Literarische Ecke. Literaturquiz,” Das Fenster. Mitteilungsblatt des Deutschen Studenten Clubs (UA) 1/2 (1992), 5. Trivia Contest,” 1. “Trivia Contest”, in: Das Fenster 1/3 (1992), 6.
 6. “Begegnung im Berufsverkehr,” Das Fenster 1, 1 (1992), 1, 4; 2, 2 (1992), 4, 6.
 7.”Trivia Contest,” Das Fenster 2, 2 (1992), 1, 3.
 8. “Melancholische Partygedanken - aus der Bienenperspektive,” Trans-Lit II, 1 (1993), 10-11.
 9. Miscellaneous contributions to Das Fenster 4 (1997).
10. “Report about the Results of the Rotary Grant for University Teachers,” Silvester Lode (Nov. 1999).
11. “Altgermanistik in den USA. Interview with vis à vis Düsseldorfer Altgermanistik 1 (2000)
12. Translation of six abstracts for: Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 46 (2001).
13. Translation of eight abstracts for: Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 48 (2004): 263-65.
14. Translation of four abstracts for: Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs (2005)
15. Translation of five abstracts for: Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs (2006)
16. Translation of six abstracts for: Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs (2007): 174-77
17. Oral translation of Christian Sauter, Wertewandel: Skandale an der Universität Zürich um die Jahrtausendwende; eine Dokumentation (Zürich: Sauter, 2004), 75 pp., for Prof. Marlys Whitte, Feb. 2011, UA
18. “VoiceThread “Medieval Europe,” Webpage slide show, http://voicethread.com/#q.b1963996.i10354752 (3 hour production, April 2011)
19. “Voicethread Medieval Europe 2011”: https://voicethread.com/?#u1782581.b2052614 (May-October, 2011, ca. 4 hours production)
20. Written translation of Christian Sauter, Wertewandel: Skandale an der Universität Zürich um die Jahrtausendwende; eine Dokumentation (Zürich: Sauter, 2004), 75 pp., for Prof. Marlys Whitte, Nov. 2011, UA
21. Translation of a German ‘poetry album’ from 1945-1951 (handwritten, partly in Sutterlin), Nov. 2013
22. Summer reading, Wolfram von Eschenbach, Parzival (ca. 1205), Lo Que Pasa Aug. 10, 2016 https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/some-cool-reading-hot-summer

Scholarly Articles (* refereed journals) and Chapters in Books:

 1. “Margareta von Schwangau: Epistolary Literature in the Late Middle Ages,” Medieval Perspectives, ed. by Pedro S. Campa et al., Collected Papers of the XIIIth SEMA, Chattanooga, TN, October 1985, 41-53*

 2. “Hessische und Braunschweigische Soldaten in Virginia,“: Zeitschrift des Vereins für Hessische Geschichte und Landeskunde 91 (1986): 81-93*

 3. “Die `Italian Connection' - Zu einem Brief an einen Wolkensteiner und zu provenzalischen Quellen für Oswalds von Wolkenstein polyglosse Lieder,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 4 (1986/87), 155-162*
 
 4. “Robert Musil: Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften. Der antizipatorische Charakter des ersten Buches,” Carleton Germanic Papers 15 (1987): 1-16*
 
 5. “Lessing als Philologe: Seine Kenntnis und Wertung mittelalterlicher Dichtungen und Texte,” The Lessing Yearbook 19 (1987): 127-163* 
    
 6. “The German-Americans: A Survey of Their Number, Culture, and History,” Germany and the United States, Changing Perceptions - Danger and Hope. The University of Virginia and Roanoke College Symposia 1985, ed. by Lore Amlinger, American-German Studies 3 (Stuttgart: Hans Dieter Heinz Akademischer Verlag Stuttgart, 1987), 145-155
                             
 7. “Image of America/Germany in the Mass Media,” Germany and the United States, ed. by Lore Amlinger (Stuttgart: Hans Dieter Heinz Akademischer Verlag, 1987), 157-162

 8. “Hans von Westernach: “Der Pfalzgraf hieß da ziehen baß'. Politische und militärische Dichtung des deutschen Spätmittelalters,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 26 (1987): 133-151*

 9. “Zu neuen Dokumenten über Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Zeitschrift für Deutsches Altertum und Deutsche Literatur 116, 4 (1987): 296-302*
 
10. “Giannozzo Sacchetti’ Mentr’ io d’ amor pensava as a Source for Oswald von Wolkenstein's Song-Poetry,” Monatshefte 80, 4 (1988): 459-468*

11. “Autobiography as a Late Medieval Phenomenon,” Medieval Perspectives. The Southeastern Medieval Association, ed. by Edith Whitehurst Williams, Ordelle G. Hill and Jacqueline Bouchard Spurlock. Vol. III, Nr. 1. Spring 1988. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference. Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina 1987, 89-104*
 
12. “Prolegomena zu einer Veit von Wolkenstein Biographie,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988): 23-38*
 
13. “Der Bauer in der Lyrik Oswalds von Wolkenstein,” Euphorion 82, 2 (1988): 150-167*
 
14. “Die Familie Wolkenstein im 15. und frühen 16. Jahrhundert,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung MIÖG 96.1-2 (1988): 79- 94*
 
15. “Peasant Satire in Oswald von Wolkenstein's Lyric Poetry: Reception and Adaptation of a Poem by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras,” Seminar 24, 4 (1988): 287- 309*
 
16. “Robert Musils Novelle Tonka im Licht des Neuen Testaments,” Colloquia Germanica 21.2/3 (1988): 169-184*
 
17. “Keie in Wolframs von Eschenbach Parzival: Agent Provocateur oder Angeber,” Journal of English and Germanic Philologie 87.3 (1988): 382-405*

18. “Female Epistolary Literature from Antiquity to the Present,” Studia Neophilologica 60 (1988): 3-13*

19. “German Military Verse in the l5th Century,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 225, 140th yearly vol., (1988), 1st biennial vol., 12-27*

20. “Women in Medieval Poetry: Their Role and Appearance,” Michigan Germanic Studies 14.1 (1988): 1-15*

21. “Jungkommunisten, Afrikaerlebnisse und ödipaler Vaterkomplex: Die Erzählungen des Schweizer Erzählers André Kaminski,” Carleton Germanic Papers 16 (1988): 13-30*
 
22. “Die Stadt-Land-Relation als romantechnisches Element Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften,” German Life and Letters, New Series XLIII, 1 (1989): 63-78*
 
23. “Onomatopoesie in der Lyrik von Jehan Vaillant, Oswald von Wolkenstein und Niccolò Soldanieri,” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 108, 3 (1989): 357-377* 
 
24. “Emergence from the Dark: Female Epistolary Literature in the Middle Ages,” Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 10 (1989): 1-15*
 
25. “A Representation of Reality in Oswald von Wolkenstein’s Lyric Poetry and in Contemporary North Italian and South Tyrolean Frescoes and Book Illustrations,” arcadia. Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft 24.2 (1989): 113-130*

26. “French and Italian Sources for Oswald von Wolkenstein’s Onomatopoetic Lyric Poetry,” in: Fifteenth-Century Studies 15 (1989): 93-105*

27. “Royal Women in Middle High German Romances,” Proceedings of the Patristic,Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies 1987, Augustinian Historical Institute, Villanova University,Pa. 12/13, 1987/88, ed. by Philipp Pulsiano (Villanova, PA: Augustinian Historical Institute of Villanova, 1989), 81-100*
 
28. “Ulrichs von Etzenbach Wilhelm von Wenden - ein Frauenroman?,” Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch im Auftrag der Görres-Gesellschaft, Neue Folge, 33 (1989): 27-43*
 
29. “Matriarchy versus Patriarchy: The Role of Queen Isolde in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan,” Neophilologus LXXIII, 1 (1989): 77-89;* an abstract appeared Chronica 42 (1988): 17

30. “Liebesehe und Ehelieder in der Dichtung Oswalds von Wolkenstein,” Jahrbuch der Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft 5 (1988/89): 445-464*; a shortened version L'imaginaire courtois et son double, éd. par G. Angeli et L. Formisano (Napoli-Roma-Milano: 1991), 97-108.

31. “Emperor Sigismund's Visit to England in 1416: Its Observation and Reflection in Late Medieval English Chronicles,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 226, 141st yearly volume, 2nd biennial vol. (1989): 276-290*
 
32. “Footnote to the Canon: Maria von Wolkenstein and Argula von Grumbach,” The Politics of Gender in Early Modern Europe, eds. Jean R. Brink, Allsion Coudert and Maryanne C. Horowitz, Vol. XII Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies (Kirksville, MS: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1989), 131-147*
 
33. “Sangeskunst und moderne Selbstverwirklichung im Werk Oswalds von Wolkenstein (1376/77-1445), in hôhem prîse. A Festschrift in Honor of Ernst Dick, ed. by Winder McConnell. GAG 480 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1989), 11-29
 
34. “From Nonnenbuch to Epistolarity: Elsbeth Stagel as a Late Medieval Women Writer,” Medieval German Studies. Proceedings from the 23rd International Conference, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, ed. by Albrecht Classen. GAG 507 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1989), 147-170

35. “Rezeption und Ecriture: Eine neue Betrachtung von Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel, accepted for publication German Quarterly (1989),* withdrawn by author for inclusion in a book manuscript

36. “Hoccleve’s Independence from Chaucer: A Study of Poetic Emancipation,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 16 (1990): 59-81*

37. “Love and Marriage in Late Medieval Verse: Oswald von Wolkenstein, Thomas Hoccleve, and Michel Beheim,” Studia Neophilologica 62 (1990): 163-188*
 
38. 11 Critical Articles in an Encyclopedia: “German Writers (Reformation through Baroque Period)” (Vol. II, 143-145), “Patrons of the Arts (Middle Ages and Renaissance),” (II, 259-261), Women's Studies Encylcopedia. Vol. II: Literature, Arts, and Learning. Ed. by Helen Tierney (New York-Westport, CT,-London: Greenwood Press, 1989-1991); “Germanic Kingdoms of Early Medieval Europe” (III, 172-176) “Germany: 1848-1919” (III, 176-178), “Germany: Weimar Republic (1919 to 1933)” (III, 179-181), “Germany: Postwar and Federal Republic (FGR)” (III, 181-184), “Medieval: Noble (Lay) Women” (III, 299-302), “Medieval: Peasant Women” (III, 302-304), “Medieval: Treatment of Rape in Literature and Law” (III, 308-310), “Mysticism, Christian (Twelfth to Twentieth Century)” (III, 326-329), “Reformation” (III, 373-376), Women’ Studies Encyclopedia, Vol. III: History, Philosophy, and Religion. Ed. by Helen Tierney (New York-Westport, CT,-London: Greenwood Press, 1991).

39. “The Autobiographical Voice of Michel Beheim,” The Medieval Text. Methods and Hermeneutics. A Volume of Essays in Honor of Edelgard DuBruck. Collected and Edited by William C. McDonald and Guy R. Mermier. Fifteenth-Century Studies 17 (1990): 33-56
 
40. “Elfriede Czurda,” Kritisches Lexikon der deutschen Gegenwartsliteratur. 36. Nachlieferung. October 1990, 1-4 + A-B

41. “Medieval Travel into an Exotic Orient: The Spielmannsepos Herzog Ernst as a Travel into the Medieval Subconsciousness,”Lesarten. New Methodologies and Old Texts, ed. Alexander Schwarz, Tausch, 2 (Frankfurt a. M.-New York-Paris: Peter Lang, 1990), 103-24.

42. “The Poetic Voice of a Self-Reflective 15th-Century Urban Writer: Hans Rosenplüt,” Fide et Amore. A Festschrift for Hugo Bekker on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. by William C. McDonald and Winder McConnell. GAG 526 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1990), 9-39

43. “Transformation des arturischen Romans zum frühneuzeitlichen Unterhaltungs-und Belehrungswerk: Der Fall Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 33 (1991): 167-192*

44. “Das Spiel mit der Liebe - Leben als Spiel: Versuch einer Neuinterpretation des Morîz von Craûn,” Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift 40.4 (1990): 369-398*

45. “Frauenbriefe an Bonifatius: Frühmittelalterliche Literaturdenkmäler aus moderner mentalitätsgeschichtlicher Sicht,” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 72.2 (1990): 251-273*

46. “Eine neue Quelle für Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel: Andreas' Capellanus De Amore,” Von Otfried von Weißenburg zu Till Eulenspiegel, ed. A. Classen. GAG 538 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1990), 65-77

47. “Die labyrintische Struktur des Nibelungenlieds. Literaturtheoretische Überlegungen zu einem alten Text,” La Chanson des Nibelungen hier et aujourd'hui. Actes du Colloque Amiens, 12 et 13 janvier 1991, Wodan 7, ed. by Danielle Buschinger and Wolfgang Spiewok (Amiens: Univ. de Picardie, 1991), 43-61

48. “Woman Poet and Reformer: The 16th-Century Feminist Argula von Grumbach,” Daphnis. Zeitschrift für Mittlere Deutsche Literatur 20.1 (1991): 167-197*

49. “Erotik als Spiel, Spiel als Leben, Leben als Erotik: Komparatistische Überlegungen zur Literatur des europäischen Mittelalters,” Mediaevistik 2 (1989): 7-42*

50. Together with Amber Settle: “Martin Luther and his Relationship to Women,” German Studies Review XIV.2 (1991): 231-260*

51. “Love and Marriage and the Battle of Genders in the Stricker’s maeren,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (Helsinki, Finland) XCII.1 (1991): 105-122*

52. “Der Ackermann aus Böhmen - ein literarisches Zeugnis aus einer Schwellenzeit: Mittelalterliches Streitgespräch oder Dokument des neuzeitlichen Bewußtseins?,” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 110.3 (1991): 348-373*

53. “Peasant Life and Peasant Reality in the Lyric Poetry of Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Folk Life in the Middle Ages. SEMA Medieval Perspectives Vol. III, Number 2 (1991). Special Issue. Guest Editor Edward Peters. 83-111*

54. “Ein Frauenschicksal im frühen 16. Jahrhundert: Der Frauen(?)roman Frau Tugendreich,” Germanic Notes 22.3/4 (1991): 61-67.

55. “Der Unterricht von mittelhochdeutscher Literatur auf der Universität: Methoden, Lehrmaterialien, Perspektiven,” Unterrichtspraxis 24, 2 (1991): 146-155*

56. “Matriarchalische Strukturen und Apokalypse des Matriarchats im Nibelungenlied,” Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der deutschen Literatur 16.1 (1991): 1-31.

57. “Herzog Ernst im Licht der hochhöfischen Dichtung des 13. Jahrhunderts,” Euphorion 85, 3/4 (1991): 292-314*

58. “The Role and Function of Women in the Stricker's Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Die deutsche Frau als Dichterin und Protagonistin im Mittelalter, ed. A. Classen. GAG 528. Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991, 87-103; rpt. Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, ed. Jelena Krstović. CMCL 75 (Detroit, et al.: Thomson, 2005), 364-72.

59. “The Implications of Feminist Theory on the Study of Medieval German Literature. Also an Introduction,” Women as Protagonists and Poets in the German Middle Ages, ed. by A. Classen (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991), i-xxi

60. “Hugo von Montfort - a Reader of the Roman de la Rose?,” Monatshefte 83.4 (1991): 414-432*
             
61. “The Defeat of a Matriarch: The Character Brünhild in the Nibelungenlied. Some Thoughts on Matriarchy as Evinced in Literary Texts,” “Waz sider da geschach”. American-German Studies on the Nibelungenlied. Ed. by Werner Wunderlich and Ulrich Müller, with the Assistance of Detlef Scholz. GAG 564 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1992), 89-110

62. “Oswald von Wolkenstein - a Fifteenth-Century Reader of Medieval Courtly Criticism,” Mediaevistik 3 (1990): 27-53*

63. “König Marke in Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan: Versuch einer Apologie,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 35 (1992): 37-63*

64. “'Koklüsch und die Macht': Erzählungen des Schweizer Dichters André Kaminski. Zeitgenössische Literatur im akademischen Unterricht von Deutsch als Fremdsprache,” Carleton Germanic Papers 20 (1992): 19-44*

65. “Mittelalter-Rezeption im Werk Robert Musils,” Forum. Materialien und Beiträge zur Mittelalter-Rezeption, Band III, ed. Rüdiger Krohn (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1992), 137-168

66. “Late Middle High German, Renaissance, and Reformation,” chapter in a book: A Concise History of German Literature to 1900. Ed. by Kim Vivian (Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1992), 58-90, 316-317 (Solicited)

67. “The Voice from the Kitchen: The Poems by the König vom Odenwald,” Michigan Germanic Studies XVII, 1 (1991): 1-16*

68. “The Autobiographical Voice of Thomas Hoccleve,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 228/143 (1991), 2. Halbjahresband, 299-310*

69. “Women in 15th-Century Literature: Protagonists (Melusine), Poets (Elisabeth von Nassau-Saarbrücken), and Patrons (Mechthild von Österreich),” “Der Buchstab tödt - der Geist macht lebendig”. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Hans-Gert Roloff, ed. by James Hardin and Jörg Jungmayr. Vol. I (Bern-Berlin-Frankfurt a. M.-et al.: Lang, 1992), 431-458

70. “The Heathen World in the Volksbuch Wilhelm von Österreich. An Anthropological Revision of the Crusade Epics,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (Helsinki, Finland) XCIII, 2 (1992), 145-161*

71. 45 bio-bibliographical Articles on: Aloysia Elisabeth Andreae (36), Gertrud Bäumer (93f.), Agnes Blannbekin (138f.), Imma von Bodmershof (145), Elisabeth Borchers (151f.), Christina Busta (193f.), Ada Christen (167f.), Claire Demar (301), Anne Duden (343f.), Marieluise Fleisser (412f.), Irene Forbes-Mosse (418), Magdalena von Freiburg (425), Anna Rupertina Fuchs (428f.), Gertrud Fussenegger (431-433), Katharina von Gebersweiler (453), Argula von Grumbach (497f.), Agnes Günther (508f.), Gyp (594), Mechthild von Hackeborn (518f.), Ursula Haider (524f.), Genoveva Hartlaub (535f.), Franziska von Hohenheim (565f.), Maria Janitschek (592f.), Elfriede Jelinek (596f.), Elisabeth von Kirchberg (636f.), Karin Kiwus (639), Christina Klipstein (640), Editha Klipstein (640), Annette Kolb (647f.), Ann Tizia Leitich (715f.), Mechthild von Lichnowsky (728f.), Thekla Lingen (733), Clara Müller (886), Marie von Najmájer (895f.), Tami Oelfken (934f.), Betty Paoli (466f.), Elisabeth Plessen (992f.), Franziska von Reventlow (1041f.), Hilde Spiel (1176f.), Lulu von Strauss und Torney (1194f.), Maria Waser (1325f.), Gertrud Wilker (1338f.), Karoline von Wolzogen (1353f.), Christiana Mariana Ziegler (1380f.), and Martha Elisabeth Zitterin (1384), An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers, ed. Katharina M. Wilson (New York-London: Garland, 1991)

72. “Der komische Held Till Eulenspiegel: Didaxe, Unterhaltung, Kritik,” Wirkendes Wort 42.1 (1992): 13-33*

73. “Emergence of Tolerance: An Unsuspected Medieval Phenomenon. Studies on Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Willehalm, Ulrich von Etzenbach’s Wilhelm von Wenden, and Johann von Würzburg's Wilhelm von Österreich,” Neophilologus 76 (1992): 586-599*

74. “Das Hessische Weihnachtsspiel: Ein Dokument der spätmittelalterlichen/frühneuzeitlichen Mentalitätsgeschichte,” Daphnis 21.4 (1992): 567-600*

75 “Anti-Clericalism in Late Medieval German Verse,” Anticlericalism in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Ed. by Peter A. Dykema and Heiko A. Obermann. Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought, LI (Leiden-New York-Cologne: E. J. Brill, 1993), 91-114.

76. “‘Detail-Realismus’ im deutschen Spätmittelalter. Der Fall von des Strickers Daniel von dem blühen Tal und Konrads von Würzburg Turnier von Nantes,” Studia Neophilologica 64 (1992): 195-220*        

77. “Die leidende und unterdrückte Frau im Roman des 15. Jahrhunderts. Zur Verfasserschaft des frühneuhoch-deutschen Romans Pontus und Sidonia,” Seminar 29.1 (1993): 1-27*; a shorter version Germanic Notes and Reviews 25.1 (1994): 9-24*

78-79. Articles on: Caccia and Meistersinger, The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, ed. by Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan, et al. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1993), 158, 745f.

80. “Warum und zu welchem Zwecke studieren wir das Mittelalter,” Wirkendes Wort 43.1 (1993): 7-25*

81. “Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel-Fragmente und Johanns von Würzburg Wilhelm von Österreich: Höhepunkte der höfischen Minnereden,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 37 (1993): 75-102*

82. “Kommunikation im Mittelalter,” Europäische Mentalitätsgeschichte, ed. Peter
Dinzelbacher (Stuttgart: Kröner, 1993), 370-390. 2nd ed. (2008), 424-47.

83. “Das Fremde und das Eigene in der Neuzeit,” Europäische Mentalitätsgeschichte, ed. Peter Dinzelbacher (Stuttgart: Kröner, 1993), 429-450. 2nd ed. (2008), 492-518.

84. “Der unfreiwillig komische Held Wigamur. Strukturelle und thematische Untersuchungen zu einem spätmittelalterlichen Artus-Roman,” Euphorion 87, 2/3 (1993): 200-224*

85. “Schweigen und Reden in Hartmanns von Aue Erec,” Erec, ou l'ouverture du monde arthurien. Actes du Colloque du Centre d'Etudes Médiévales de l'Université de Picardie - Jules Verne. Amiens 16-17 janvier 1993, ed. Danielle Buschinger and Wolfgang Spiewok (Amiens: Reineke-Verlag, 1993), 25-42

86. “The Encounter with the Other World: André Kaminski's Search for the Jewish Past,” The Germanic Mosaic. Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Society. Ed. by Carol Aisha Blackshire-Belay (Westport, CT,-London: Greenwood Press, 1994), 253-265

87. “Whatever Happened to Courtly Love? The Role of Love in Late-Medieval German
Literature, with Emphasis on the Volksbuch,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 20 (1993): 35-64*

88. “Kommunikation im Mittelalter. Prolegomena zu einer neuen Bewertung der mittelhochdeutschen Literatur,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 27 (1993): 17-51*

89. “Die Entdeckung Amerikas in der deutschen Literatur des 16. Jahrhunderts: der Fall
Wagnerbuch,” German Life and Letters XLVII.I (1994): 1-13*

90. “Sprache und Gesellschaft - Kommunikative Strategien in Gottfrieds von Straßburg
'Tristan',” Europäische Literaturen im Mittelalter. Mélanges en l'honneur de Wolfgang Spiewok à l'occasion de son 65ème anniversaire. Ed. Danielle Buschinger (Greifswald: Reineke, 1994), 79-98

91. “Fremdheit und Heimweh. Das literarische Werk einer Grenzgängerin: Christine Wolter,” Schatzkammer XIX.2 (1993): 1-13*

92. “Love and Marriage in Late Medieval German Lyric Poetry and Prose Literature,” in: Orbis Litterarum 49 (1994), 63-83*

93. “The End of the Middle Ages? Criticism of Sorcery and Witchract through Johann Wyer in his De praestigiis daemonum of 1583,” Zauberer und Hexen in der Kultur des Mittelalters. III. Jahrestagung der Reineke-Gesellschaft e.V. San Malo, 5.-9. Juni 1992. Wodan. Greifwalder Beiträge zum Mittelalter, 33 (Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1994), 27-43

94. “Kanon und Kanon-Transgression. Betrachtungen zur mittelhochdeutschen Dichtung. Zugleich eine Einleitung,” Canon and Canon Transgression in Medieval German Literature, ed. by A. Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 573 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1993), 1-36

95. “‘The Other’ in Medieval Narratives and Epics. The Encounter with Monsters, Devils, Giants, and other Creatures,” Canon and Canon Transgression in Medieval German Literature, ed. A. Classen. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 573 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1993), 83-121

96. “Die Welt eines spätmittelalterlichen Kaufmannsreisenden. Ein mentalitätsgeschichtliches Dokument der Frühneuzeit: Fortunatus,” Monatshefte 86.1 (1994): 22-44*

97. “Die narrative Funktion des Traumes in mittelhochdeutscher Literatur,” Mediaevistik 5 (1992): 11-37*

98-100. “Freidank,”6-10; “Friedrich von Hausen,” 11-15; “Reinmar von Zweter,” 102-106, German Writers and Works of the High Middle Ages: 1170-1280. Ed. James Hardin and Will Hasty. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 138 (Detroit-Washington, D.C.-London: Gale Research, 1994)

101. “...und sie schrieben doch: Frauen als Schriftstellerinnen im deutschen Spätmittelalter,” Wirkendes Wort 44, 1 (1994): 7-24*

102. “Oswalds von Wolkenstein Beziehungen zu Italien - eine These im Kreuzfeuer der Kritik,” Die kulturellen Beziehungen zwischen Italien und den anderen Ländern Europas im Mittelalter, ed. Danielle Buschinger and Wolfgang Spiewok. Wodan, 28 (Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 1993), 67-81

103. “Ulrich Schmidel in the Brazilian Jungle: A Sixteenth-Century Travel Account,” Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 230.2 (1993): 241-260*

104. “Gynokratie und die Vorstellung von Ehe im 15. Jahrhunderts: Der Fall Melusine von Thüring von Ringoltingen,” German Studies Review XVII.2 (1994): 233-268*

105. “Frauen in der deutschen Reformation: Neufunde von Texten und Autorinnen sowie deren Neubewertung,” Die Frau in der Renaissance, ed. by Paul Gerhard Schmidt. Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung, 14 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1994), 179-201

106. “Transpositions of Dreams to Reality in Middle High German Narratives,” Shifts and Transpositions in Medieval Narratives. A Festschrift for Dr. Elspeth Kennedy. Ed. by Karen Pratt (Woodbridge, Suffolk: D. S. Brewer, 1994), 109-120

107. “Oswald von Wolkenstein und Leonardo Giustiniani: Zwei Zeitgenossen des frühen 15. Jahrhunderts,” Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch 35 (1994): 33-62*

108. “Abrogans,” German Writers and Works of the Early Middle Ages: 800-1270. Ed. by Will Hasty and James Hardin. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 148 (New York-et al.: Gale Research, 1995), 150-154.

109. “Die Weltwirkung des Fortunatus: eine komparatistische Studie,” Fabula 35.3/4 (1994): 209-225*

110 “Die Rezeption des deutschen Volksbuchs Fortunatus in England: Thomas Dekkers und seine Dramatisierung des ‘Volksbuchs’,” Neohelicon XXI.1 (1995): 289-311*

111. “Farb-Schemata als Kulturkodifizierung: Methodische Vorschläge für den Sprachunterricht als Kulturunterricht,” Schatzkammer XX.2 (1994): 75-84*

112. “Die vergessenen (?) Frauen - im Gedächtnis des Mannes. Georg Christian Lehms Lexikon galanter Dichterinnen,” Germanic Notes and Reviews 26.1 (1995): 15-28*

113. “Dialogics and Loss of Identity: Linguistic Community and Self-Destructive Individuation in Wernher the Gardener's Helmbrecht,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 41 (1995): 143-160*

114. “Andreas Capellanus aus kommunikationstheoretischer Sicht. Eine postmoderne Auslegung von ‘De amore’,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 29.1 (1994): 45-60*

115. “Tragische Frauenfiguren in der mittelhochdeutschen Literatur,” Studia Neophilologica 67 (1995): 41-60*

116. “Kulturhistorische Wortstudien zu vier zentralen Begriffen des Mittelhochdeutschen,” Leuvense Bijdragen 84.1 (1995): 1-37*

117. “History of German Literature, German Studies 4400a: Correspondence Course, Instruction Book,” July 1995, 1-36

118. “The Perception of America in Early Modern German Literature: From Sebastian Brant to Lohenstein,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCV.3 (1994): 337-352*

119. “Elisabeth Charlotte von der Pfalz, Herzogin von Orléans. Epistolare Selbstbekenntnisse und literarisches Riesenunternehmen,” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 77.1 (1995): 33-54*

120. “Intertextualität und Quellenbezug: Gottfrieds von Straßburg ‘Tristan’ und der ‘Morîz von Craûn’?,” Tristania XVI (1995): 1-44*

121. “Why Do Their Words Fail? Communicative Strategies in the Hildebrandslied,” Modern Philology 93 (1995): 1-22*

122. “Das fünfzehnte Jahrhundert - die deutsche Literatur des Spätmittelalters im Licht der jüngsten Forschung von ca. 1985 bis 1994,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 22 (1996): 119-140*

123. “Der Text der nie enden will. Poetologische Überlegungen zu fragmentarischen Strukturen in mittelalterlichen und modernen Texten,” Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik, Heft 99: Anfang und Ende. Ed. Wolfgang Haubrichs (1995), 83-113* (solicited)

124. “Das Fragment als literarische Strategie. Überlegungen zu Robert Musil, Thomas Mann, Hermann Hesse und Michael Ende,” Germanic Notes and Reviews 26.2 (1995), 114-126*

125. “Die Mystikerin als peregrina. Margery Kempe: Reisende in corpore - Reisende in spiritu,” Studies in Spirituality 5 (1995) 127-145*

126. “Wort und Gemeinschaft: Sprachliche Apokalypse in Heinrich Wittenwilers 'Ring',” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 8 (1994/1995): 141-157

127. “El Poema de Mío Cid and Oswald von Wolkenstein. A Playful Form of Masquerading and Literary Reception. The Spanish-German Connection,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 8 (1994/1995): 341-361

128-131. “âventiure” (22-27), “dienest” (41-46), “genâde” (80-82), “gruoz” (83-86), together with Otfrid Ehrismann, O. Ehrismann, Ehre und Mut, Aventiure und Minne. Höfische Wortschichten aus dem Mittelalter (München: Beck, 1995).

132. “Diu Klage - A Modern Text from the Middle Ages?,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCVI, 3 (1995): 315-329*

133. “Sexuality in the Middle Ages: An Exploration of Mental History on the Basis of Literary Evidence,” Neohelicon XXII.2 (1995): 9-51*

134. “Marco Polos Il Milione/Le Divisement du Monde: der Mythos vom Osten,” Mittelalter Mythen. Herrscher, Helden, Heilige. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich, eds. (St. Gall: UVK, 1996), 423-436.

135. “Family Life in the High and Late Middle Ages. The Testimony of German Literary Sources,” Medieval Family Roles. A Book of Essays. Ed. Cathy Jorgensen Itnyre (New York-London: Garland, 1996), 39-65.

136. “Multiculturalism in the German Middle Ages? The Rediscovery of a Modern Concept in the Past: The Case of Herzog Ernst,” Multiculturalism and Representation. Selected Essays. Ed. John Rieder, Larry E. Smith (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1996), 198-219. 

137. “Hermann Hesse als Mediävist? Ein Essay,” Michigan Germanic Studies 19, 2 1993/appeared in 1996), 113-126*

138. “Der Tristan-Stoff im 20. Jahrhundert. Moderne Novellistik und mittelalterliche Rezeptionsformen. Wilhelm Schäfers 'Anckemanns Tristan',” Carleton Germanic Papers 24 (1996): 109-126*
 
139-140. Jacob Böhme” (64-73), “Johann Wilhelm von Stubenberg” (339-343), German Writers of the Baroque, 1580-1720. Ed. James Hardin. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 164 (Detroit-Washington, DC-London: Gale Research, 1996).

141. “Das deutsche “Volksbuch” als Irritationsobjekt der Germanistik,” Wirkendes Wort 46.1 (1996): 1-20*

142. “Minnesang als Spiel. Sinnkonstitution auf dem Schachbrett der Liebe,” Studi Medievali Serie Terza, XXXVI.1 (1995): 211-239*
 
143. “Seinskonstitution im Leseakt: Adolf Muschgs Der Rote Ritter als Antwort auf eine mittelalterliche These,” Etudes Germaniques 51.2 (1996): 307-327*

144. “Spiritual and Existential Meanings of the Word: Strategies and Function of Reading in
the Middle Ages. With Special Emphasis on Hartmann von Aue’s Gregorius,” Seminar 32.3 (1996): 221-239*

145. “Women's Voices in Literary Love Discourse. From Sappho to Christa Wolf. Interpretation and Pedagogical Application,” Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft (1994): 7-34.

146. “The Jüngeres Hildebrandslied in Its Early Modern Printed Versions: A Contribution to Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Reception History,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 95.3 (1996): 359-381*

147-148. “Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg” (114-120); “Friedrich von Hagedorn” (162-167), German Baroque Writers, 1661-1730. Ed. James Hardin. Dictionary of Literary Biography, 168 (Detroit-Washington, DC,-London: Gale Research, 1996)

149. “Tristant als Mönch aus neuer Sicht,” Tristan - Tristrant. Mélanges en l’honneur de Danielle Buschinger ed. André Crépin et Wolfgang Spiewok (Greifswald: Reineke, 1996), 85-97

150. Together with Peter Dinzelbacher, “Weltliche Literatur von Frauen des Mittelalters. Bemerkungen zur jüngeren Forschung,” Mediaevistik 8 (1995): 55-74*
            
151. “Vergangenheitsbewußtsein und literarisches Experiment. Ein Phänomen des 13. Jahrhunderts: Tristan als Mönch,” Tristan - Tristrant. Mélanges en l’honneur de Danielle Buschinger. Ed. A. Crépin et W. Spiewok (Greifswald: Reineke, 1996), 85-97

152. “Volkslieder und German Studies. Eine noch zu entdeckende Textgattung. Zugleich ein Archivbericht: Das Deutsche Volksliedarchiv in Freiburg i.Br.,” German Studies Association Newsletter XXI.2 (1996): 39-48*

153. “German Women Writing Letters: Exploration of Literacy and Female Challenge to the Literary Canon in the Later Middle Ages,” Disputatio 1 (1996): 89-121*

154. “Das Churer Weltgerichtsspiel als Zeugnis spätmittelalterlicher Mentalitätsgeschichte,” Daphnis 25.4 (1996): 627-644*

155. “Zaubersprüche, Beschwörungen und andere Formen des ‘Aberglaubens.’ Kulturhistorische Betrachtungen für den Literatur- und Sprachunterricht,” Unterrichtspraxis 29.2 (1996): 231-239*

156. “Große fremde Welt: Afrika literarisch verarbeitet. Dem Lachen zu trotz, wir verstehen uns nicht. André Kaminskis Die Gärten des Mulay Abdallah,” Ernest W. B. Hess-Lüttich, Christoph Siegrist, Stefan Bodo Würffel, eds., Fremdverstehen in Sprache, Literatur und Medien (Frankfurt a. M.-Berlin-et al.: Lang, 1996), 123-139

157. “Die Überwindung der Schwerkraft: Begegnungen mit der Fremde im literarischen Diskurs: André Kaminskis Kulturthesen,” Romey Sabalius, ed., Neue Perspektiven zur deutschsprachigen Literatur der Schweiz. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik 40 (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodopi, 1997), 167-185

158-161. “Elisabeth von Nassau-Saarbrücken” (42-47), “Oswald von Wolkenstein” (198-205), “Heinrich Steinhöwel” (276-280), “Heinrich Wittenwiler” (326-331), German Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation 1280-1580, Dictionary of Literary Biographies, 179, ed. James Hardin and Max Reinhart (Detroit-Washington, DC-London: Gale Research, 1997).

162. “‘Pöss riballden das taten’ (196, 3). Politisches Chaos und öffentliche Gewalt des Spätmittelalters literarisch reflektiert. Zum Lannzilet des Ulrich Fuetrer,” Speculum Medii Aevi. Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Literatur des Mittelalters 1.1 (1995): 53-62

163. “The Dangers and Promises of Reading, Two Medieval Viewpoints: Wolfram von Eschenbach and Geoffrey Chaucer,” Medieval Perspectives, SEMA XII (1997), 46-63

164. “Multilingualism in Late-Medieval Poetry,” Komparatistik. Mitteilungen 1996. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft (Dresden: Dresden University Press, 1996), 44-69

165. “The Isolated Hero and the Communicative Community in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Studia Neophilologica 69 (1997): 59-68*

166. “Binary Oppositions of Self and God in Mechthild von Magdeburg’s Mystical Visions,” Studies in Spirituality 7 (1997), 79-98* (positively reviewed by John C. Hirsh, The Medieval Review, Internet, 98. 07. 07, Thu, 23 Jul 1998 16:10:02 -0400).

167. “Medieval Manuscript Evidence Versus Modern (Mis)Interpretation: The Klage,” International Fiction Review 24.1& 2 (1997): 1-11*

168. “Hermann Hesse’s Approaches to Medieval Literature in his Fictional and Critical Works,” Medievalism in Europe II. Studies in Medievalism VIII. Ed. by Leslie J. Workman, Kathleen Verduin (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1996), 27-45

169. “Volkskultur versus ‘gehobene’ Kultur in Liederbüchern des Spätmittelalters und der Frühneuzeit. Der Fall von Jörg Dürnhofers Liederbuch von ca. 1515,” Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 42 (1997): 13-37.

170. “Padre Eusebio Kino - ein österreichisch-italienischer Missionar aus Tirol in Sonora/Mexiko und Arizona,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 105.3-4 (1997): 441-466.
        
171. “Baroque Jesuit Literature: The German-America Connection. With Special Emphasis on German Jesuits as Observers and Commentators of Southwest Indian Culture in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Attempts of Intercultural Communication,” Studien zur Literatur des 17. Jahrhunderts. Gedenkschrift für Gerhard Spellerberg. Ed. Hans Feger (Amsterdam-Atlanta: Rodopi, 1997), 345-376.

172-174. “Burckhardt, Jacob Christoph” (125-127); “Curtius, Ernst Robert” (200-202); “Musil, Robert” (586-588), Encyclopedia of the Essay. Ed. Tracy Chevalier (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998).

175. “'Mit worten, und mit werken ouch' (L. 24, 6). Sprachliche Sinnbestimmung bei Walther von der Vogelweide,” Studi Medievali, Serie Terza, XXXVII (1996 - appeared in 1997), 671-702.

176. “Die guten Monster im Orient und in Europa. Konfrontation mit dem ‘Fremden’ als anthropologische Erfahrung im Mittelalter,” Mediaevistik 9 (1996 - appeared in 1997): 11-37.
 
177. “Late-Medieval and Early-Modern Literary Documents of the Long-Lasting Dissemination of the Tristan Motif. With a particular focus on Tristan in the Volkslieder,” Tristania XVIII (1998): 43-52.

178. “Frauen in den Volksbüchern des 15. Jahrhunderts. Beispiele für einen sozialhistorischen Paradigmawechsel,” Text im Kontext: Anleitung zur Lektüre deutscher Texte der frühen Neuzeit. Ed. Alexander Schwarz, Laure Abplanalp (Bern-Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: Lang, 1997), 49-68.

179. “Ignatius Pfefferkorn, ein jesuitischer Missionar in der Neuen Welt: Ein Beitrag zur deutschamerikanischen Reiseliteratur der Frühneuzeit,” Yearbook of German-American Studies 32 (1997): 21-45.

180. “Spätmittelalterliche Frauen als Schreiberinnen und Sammlerinnen von volkssprachlichen Liedern,” Daphnis 27.1 (1998): 31-58.

181. “Das heroische Element im Nibelungenlied - Ideal oder Fluch?,” Ir sult sprechen willekomen. Grenzenlose Mediävistik. Festschrift für Helmut Birkhan zum 60. Geburtstag. Ed. Ch. Tuczay, U. Hirhager and K. Lichtblau (Bern-Frankfurt a.M.: Lang: 1998), 673-692.

182. “Modernität des Mittelalters? Zu Walther von der Vogelweide, Gottfried von Straßburg und Freidank,” Part I, Germanic Notes and Reviews 29, 1 (1998), 1-17; Part II: 29, 2 (1998), 1-11.

183. “Medieval Answers to the Strange World Outside: Foreigners and the Foreign as Cultural Challenges and Catalysts,” Demons: Mediators between This World and the Other. Essays on Demonic Beings from the Middle Ages to the Present, ed. Ruth Petzoldt/Paul Neubauer. Beiträge zur Europäischen Ethnologie und Folklore. Reihe B, 8 (Frankfurt a.M.-Berlin-et al.: Lang, 1998), 133-151.

184. “Krieg im Mittelalter und seine Kritik in literarischen Werken des deutschsprachigen Raumes,” Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 28.109 (1998): 7-37 (invited).

185. “History: Medieval,” Reader’s Guide to Women’s Studies. Ed. Eleanor B. Amico (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998), 284-285.

186. “Happiness in the Middle Ages? Hartmann von Aue and Marie de France,” Neohelicon XXV.2 (1998): 247-274.

187. “‘Ach Gott, wem soll ichs klagen’: Women’s Erotic Poetry in Sixteenth-Century German Song Books,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 98 (1997): 293-313.

188. “Jüdisch-deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit als Dokumente des Kulturaustauschs. Mit besonderer Beachtung jüdisch-deutscher Volkslieder des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 50 (1998): 185-207.

189. “The Literary Treatment of the Ineffable: Mechthild von Magdeburg, Margaret Ebner, Agnes Blannbekin,” Studies in Spirituality 8 (1998): 162-187.

190. “Confrontation with the Foreign World of the East: Saracen Princesses in Medieval German Narratives,” Orbis Litterarum 53 (1998): 277-295.

191. “Der vertrackte, widerspenstige Held Till Eulenspiegel. Sexualität, der Körper, Transgression,” Euphorion 92.2 (1998): 249-270.

192. “Ernst Robert Curtius and the Topos of the Book. The Impact of an Idea on Modern Philological Research,” Leuvense Bijdragen 87.1-2 (1998): 59-78.

193. “Elfriede Czurda,” Update and Continuation, Kritisches Lexikon zur deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur, 60. Nachlieferung (Oct. 1998): 4-7, A, C-D.

194-195. “Gargoyles - Wasserspeier” (127-133); “Medusa, Pegasos und Perseus” (403-412), Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich, Hgg.: Dämonen, Monster, Fabelwesen. Mittelalter Mythen, 2 (St. Gall: UVK, 1999).

196. “Ottilia Fenchlerin’s Songbook: A Contribution to the History of Sixteenth-Century German Women’s Literature,” Women in German Yearbook 14 (1999): 19-40.

197. “Kontinuität und Aufbruch: Innovative narrative Tendenzen in der spätmittelalterlichen deutschsprachigen Literatur. Der Fall Mai und Beaflor,” Wirkendes Wort 48.3 (1998): 324-344.

198. “Revitalisierung des Rittertums: Nostalgie als literarische Strategie in den Volksbüchern,” Prospero. Rivista di culture anglo-germaniche V (1998): 63-88.

199. “Reading, Writing, and Learning in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” A Companion to Wolfram von Eschenbach. Ed. Will Hasty. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture (Columbia, SC: Camden House, 1999), 189-202.

200. “Introduction,” The Book and the Magic of Reading in the Middle Ages. Ed. by Albrecht Classen (New York-London: Garland, 1998), ix-xlii.

201. “The Book and the Power of Reading in Medieval High German Literature: Mystery, Enlightenment, Spirituality, and Love,” The Book and the Magic of Reading in the Middle Ages. Ed. by Albrecht Classen (New York-London: Garland, 1998), 61-97.

202. “Das deutsche Tagelied in seinen spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Varianten,” Etudes Germaniques 54.2 (1999): 173-96.

203. “The Cry-Baby Kings in Courtly Romances: What is Wrong with Medieval Kingship?,” Studi Medievali 3a Serie, XXXIX.2 (1998): 833-63.
 
204. “German Jesuits in Sonora as Contributors to the History of German Literature,” Yearbook of German-American Studies 33 (1998): 41-54.

205. “The Emergence of Modern Drama Out of Late-Medieval Shrovetide Plays. The Case of ‘Das Leben der heyligen Frawen Susanna’,” Medieval Perspectives XIV (1999): 35-49.

206. “Desperate Lovers, Suicidal and Murderous: Early Modern Dawn Songs and Ballads,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100.2 (1999): 207-26.

207. “Autobiographische Diskurse als Identitätsexperimente in der Literatur des Spätmittelalters,” Ich - Ulrich von Liechtenstein. Literatur und Politik im Mittelalter. Akten der Akademie Friesach “Stadt und Kultur im Mittelalter” Friesach (Kärnten), 2.-6. September 1996, ed. Franz Viktor Spechtler/Barbara Maier (Klagenfurt: Wieser, 1999), 177-204.

208. “Trauer müssen sie tragen: Postklassische Ästhetik des 13. Jahrhunderts in der Klage,” Ostbairische Grenzmarken. Passauer Jahrbuch für Geschichte, Kunst und Volkskunde XLI (1999): 51-68.

209. “Außenseiter der Gesellschaft im späthöfischen Roman, Volksbuch und Volkslied. Eine literar-soziologische und ethnologische Untersuchung,” Europäische Ethnologie und Folklore im internationalen Kontext. Festschrift für Leander Petzold zum 65. Geburtstag. Ed. Ingo Schneider (Frankfurt a.M.-Berlin-et al.: Peter Lang, 1999), 351-66.

210. “Spain in Medieval German Courtly Romances and Travel Accounts: Imagological and Mental-Historical Investigations,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 11 (1999): 153-71.

211. “Spain and Germany in the Middle Ages: An Unexplored Literary-Historical Area of Exchange, Reception, and Exploration,” The Lion and the Eagle. Interdisciplinary Essays on German-Spanish Relations over the Centuries. Ed. by Conrad Kent, Thomas K. Wolber, and Cameron M. K. Hewitt (New York-Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2000), 47-76.

reviewed German Studies Review XXV.2 (2002): 413-15

212. “Writing a History of German Women’s Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present: Problems and New Approaches,” German Studies Review XXIII.1 (2000): 13-31.

213. “The Experience of and Attitude Towards Time in Medieval German Literature from the Early Middle Ages to the Fifteenth Centuries,” Neohelicon XXVI (1999): 135-54.

214. “Deutsch-französische Literaturbeziehungen im 15. Jahrhundert. ‘Volksbücher’ als Übersetzungen oder authentische Werke,” New Texts, Methodologies, and Interpretations in Medieval German Literature (Kalamazoo Papers 1992-1995), ed. Sibylle Jefferis (Göppingen 1999), 173-207.

215. “Frauen als Buchdruckerinnen im deutschen Sprachraum des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts,” Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 75 (2000): 181-95.

216. “Electronic Publishing and the Tenure Clock: Book Reviews.,The Electronic Book Review as a New Scholarly Medium of the New Millenium,” Library Automated Systems Information Exchange (LASIE) 31, 2 (2000): 51-8.

217-222. “Christine Ebner (235-36),” “Gustav Freytag (312-13),” “Hildegard von Bingen (463-65),” “Journals (540-43),“Liselotte von der Pfalz (654-55),” “Mysticism (738-39),” Encyclopedia of German Literature, ed. Matthias Konzett (Chicago-London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2000).

223-228. “Crusades” (201-07), “Foreign Races” (368-72), “Nibelungenlied” (708-11), “Saracen Princess” (862-65), “Tannhäuser” (968-70), “Wolfram von Eschenbach” (1062-63), Medieval Folklore. An Encyclopedia of Myths, Legends, Tales, Beliefs, and Customs, ed. John Lindow, John McNamara, and Carl Lindahl (Santa Barbara-et al.: ABC-CLIO, 2000).

229. “The Literary Puzzle of Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône. Seen from a Postmodern Perspective,” Michigan Germanic Studies XXIV.2 (1998, published in 2000): 111-28.

230. “Die Suche nach der Utopie in der Gralswelt. Albrechts (von Scharfenberg) Der jüngere Titurel,” Parzival. Reescritura y Transformación, ed. Berta Raposo Fernández (Valencia: Universitat de València, 2000), 133-56.

231. “Inventing the Middle Ages as Recreation:The Testimony of the Chapbook,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 25 (2000): 345-64.
 
232. “Witz, Humor, Satire. Georg Wickrams Rollwagenbüchlein als Quelle für sozialhistorische und mentalitätsgeschichtliche Studien zum 16. Jahrhundert. Oder: Vom kommunikativen und gewalttätigen Umgang der Menschen in der Frühneuzeit,” Jahrbuch für ungarische Germanistik (1999; appeared in 2000): 13-30.

233. “Neuentdeckungen zur Frauenliteratur des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts: Beiträge von Frauen zu Liederbüchern und Liederhandschriften: ein lange verschollenes Erbe,” Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 44 (1999, appeared in 2000): 34-67.

234. “Jewish-German Women Writers in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Germany. A Literary Mirage or the Discovery of a Lost Tradition?,” Germanic Notes and Reviews 31.2 (2000): 147-57.

235. “Der Schweizer Minnesänger Ulrich von Singenberg,” Schweizerisch/Alemannische Perspektiven der neunziger Jahre. Hg. von Peter Pabisch. Special Issue of Schatzkammer (Vermillion, SD: Verlag Schatzkammer, 2000), 107-24.

236. “The Bloody Battle Poem as Negative Examples: The Argument against Blood Feud and Images of Peaceful Political Negotiations in German Heroic Poetry,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 53 (2000): 123-143.

237. “The Role of Wealth and Money in Medieval and Late-Medieval German Literature,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI.3 (2000): 415-428.

238. “The Amazing East and the Curious Reader: Twelfth-Century World Exploration through a Writer’s Mind: Lamprecht’s Alexander,” Orbis Litterarum 55.5 (2000): 317-39.

239. “Literary Autobiography and Mystical Vision. Heinrich Seuse’s Contribution to the History of German Literature,” Studies in Spirituality 10 (2000): 182-204.

240. “August von Platen’s Tristan. A Post-Romantic Version of the Medieval Tristan Legend,” Tristania XX (2000): 93-114.

241. “What do they mean for us today? Medieval Literature and Philosophy at the End of the Twentieth Century. Boethius, John of Salisbury, Abelard, and Christine de Pizan,” Mediaevistik 12 (1999; appeared in 2001): 185-208.

242. “Alexanderlied” (13f.), “Boner, Ulrich” (68), “Chronicles, World, German” (124-26), “Eilhart von Oberg” (197f.), “Hadlaub, Johannes” (315f.), “Herrad von Hohenburg” (355f.), “Hugo von Langenstein” (375), “Hugo von Montfort” (375f.), “Johann von Würzburg” (414f.), “Kaufringer, Heinrich” (420f.), “Oswald von Wolkenstein” (582-84), “Püterich von Reichertshausen, Jacob” (632, “Thomasîn von Zerklaere” (757), “Ulenspegel” (767f.), “Ulrich von Etzenbach” (770f.), “Ulrich von Türheim” (772f.), Warbeck, Veit” (798), Medieval Germany. An Encyclopedia. Ed. by John M. Jeep (New York-London: Garland, 2001).    “Oswald von Wolkenstein” also appeared in Key Figures in Medieval Europe: An Encyclopedia, ed. Richard K. Emmerson (New York: Routledge, 2005), 491-93.

243-244. “Helena von Troja - verführte Verführering, Freudenbringering und Untergangsfigur. Ein antiker Mythos im Nachleben des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit” (375-93), “Nostradamus und seine Prophezeiungen. Ein Mythos aus Wissenschaft und Glauben” (717-24), Ulrich Müller, Werner Wunderlich, eds., Verführer, Schurken, Magier. Mittelalter Mythen, 3 (St. Gall: UVK, 2001).

245. “Die ‘Querelle des femmes’ im 16. Jahrhundert im Kontext des theologischen Gelehrtenstreits. Die literarischen Beiträge von Argula von Grumbach und Anna Ovena Hoyers,” Wirkendes Wort 50.2 (2000): 189-213.

246. “Hermann Hesses Glasperlenspiel (1943) und James Hiltons Lost Horizon (1933). Die Intertextualität zweier utopischer Entwürfe,” Studia Neophilologica 72 (2000): 190-202.

247. “Kulturelle und religiöse Kontakte zwischen dem christlichen Europa und dem buddhistischen Indien während des Mittelalters: Rudolfs von Ems Barlaam und Josaphat im europäischen Kontext,” Fabula 41.3/4 (2000): 203-28.

248. “Die Darstellung von Frauen in Leichenpredigten der Frühen Neuzeit. Lebensverhältnisse, Bildungsstand, Religiosität, Arbeitsbereiche,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, MIÖG 108 (2000): 291-318.

249. “‘von erfarung aller land’” — Sebastian Brant’s Narrenschiff: A Document of Social, Intellectual, and Mental History,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 26 (2001): 52-65.

250. “Abaelards Historia Calamitatum, der Briefwechsel mit Heloise und Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan: Historisch-biographische und fiktionale Schicksale. Eine Untersuchung zur Intertextualität im zwölften und dreizehnten Jahrhundert,” arcadia 35.2 (2000): 225-53.

251. “Ehelob und Preis der Ehefrau im Reinfried von Braunschweig,” Seminar 37.2 (2001): 95-112.

252. “Erhart Gross - ein weitgehend unbekannt gebliebener Autor des 15. Jahrhunderts. Über Liebe, Ehe, Kinder, Witwenschaft und Gottesfurcht aus der Sicht eines Kartäusers,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 100 (2001): 377-405.

253. “Mord, Totschlag, Vergewaltigung, Unterdrückung und Sexualität. Liebe und Gewalt in der Welt von Heinrich Kaufringer,” Daphnis 29.1-2 (2000): 3-36.

254. “Frauen im Buchdruckergewerbe des 17. Jahrhunderts. Fortsetzung einer spätmittelalterlichen Tradition und Widerlegung eines alten Mythos. Methodische Vorüberlegungen zur Erhellung der Rolle von Buchdruckerinnen,” Gutenberg-Jahrbuch (2001): 220-236.

255. “Lieddichtung und Liederbücher im deutschen Spätmittelalter,” Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein Gesellschaft 12 (2000): 217-228.

256. “Bereavement in the Middle Ages: With an Emphasis on Middle High German Literature,” “Pur Remembrance”. Mélanges en Mémoire de Wolfgang A. Spiewok, éd. par Anne Berthelot. Wodan, 79 (Greifswald: Reineke-Verlag, 2001), 89-118.

257. “Der König vom Odenwald,” http://www.odenwald-bisz.de/menschen/kingodenwald.html

258. “Das Licht am Ende des Tunnels: Motivationsstrukturen für den Deutschunterricht, Reflexionen über ein altes und stets neues Problem,” Unterrichtspraxis 34.1 (2001): 42-50.

259-264. “Aurelius, Marcus” (62-64), “Germany, Austria, Switzerland: Medieval and Renaissance Life Writing” (363-65) “Hebbel, Christian Friedrich” (417-19), “Rilke, Rainer Maria” (749-51), “Seuse, Heinrich” (802-03), “Zuckmayer, Carl” (981-82), Encyclopedia of Life Writing. Autobiographical and Biographical Forms, 2 vols., ed. Margareta Jolly (London-Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001).

265. “What Could the Burgundians Have Done to Avoid the Catastrophe? The Breakdown of the Communicative Community in the Nibelungenlied,” Neophilologus LXXXV.4 (2001): 565-587.

266. “Worldly Love - Spiritual Love. The Dialectics of Courtly Love in the Middle Ages,” Studies in Spirituality 11 (2001): 166-186.

267. “Moriz und kein Ende... Zugleich kritisch-provokative Gedanken über den wissenschaftlichen Betrieb in der mediävistischen Germanistik,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 55 (2001): 75-93.

268. “The Never-Ending Story of the (German) Middle Ages: Philology, Hermeneutics, Medievalism, and Mysticism,” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 55.2 (2001): 67-79.

269. “Die historische Entwicklung eines literarischen Sammlungstypus. Das Liederbuch vom 14. bis zum 17. Jahrhundert — von der Weingartner Liederhandschrift bis zum Venus-Gärtlein,” “daß gepfleget werde der feste Buchstab. Festschrift Heinz Rölleke zum 65. Geburtstag am 6. November 2001, ed. Achim Hölter and Lothar Bluhm (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2001), 26-40.

270. “Die Bedeutung von Geld in der Welt des hohen und späten Mittelalters. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Zeugen der mittelhochdeutschen Literaturgeschichte: Walther von der Vogelweide bis Sebastian Brant und Fortunatus,” Studi Medievali XLII.II (2001): 565-604.

271. “Travel, Orality, and the Literary Discourse: Travels in the Past and Literary Travels at the Crossroad of the Oral and the Literary,” Oral History of the Middle Ages. The Spoken Word in Context. Ed. Gerhard Jaritz and Michael Richter (Krems-Budapest: Medium Aevum Quotidianum, and: Department of Medieval Studies, CEU: 2001), 217-53.

272. “Boethius’ ‘De consolatione philosophiae’. Eine ‘explication du texte’,” Jahrbuch für internationale Germanistik XXXII.2 (2000): 44-61.

273. “Alzei” (51), “Gran” (73f.), “Norway” (104), “Ordal” (165), The Nibelungen Tradition. An Encyclopedia. Ed. by Francis G. Gentry, Winder McConell, et al. (New York-London: Routledge, 2002).

274. Elisabeth Charlotte von der Pfalz, Herzogin von Orléans. Eine literarische Stimme der Barockzeit im Privaten,” Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des 18. Jahrhunderts 16 (2001): 23-29: Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert und Österreich (8 point printed).

275. “Joseph Och - ein Jesuit des 18. Jahrhunderts im Südwesten von Nordamerika: literarhistorische, imagologische und mentalitätsgeschichtliche Studien,” Yearbook of German-American Studies 35 (2000): 153-66.

276. “Teaching Older German Literature in American Classrooms (“Don’t Trust Anybody Prior to 1800”),” Schatzkammer XXVII (2001): 89-106.

277. “The Self, the Other, and Everything in Between: Xenological Phenomenology of the Middle Ages,” Meeting the Foreign in the Middle Ages, ed. A. Classen (New York-London: Routledge, 2002), xi-lxxiii.

278. “Foreigners in Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur,” Meeting the Foreign in the Middle Ages, ed. A. Classen (New York-London: Routledge, 2002), 226-48.

279. “To Fear or not to Fear, that is the Question: Oswald von Wolkenstein Facing Death and Enjoying Life. Fifteenth-Century Mentalitätsgeschichte Reflected in Lyric Poetry,” Fear and Its Representations in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Ed. Anne Scott & Cynthia Kosso. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 6 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2002), 274-91 (invited).
                    
280. “Genre, Lesepublikum, Buchmarkt - die Entwicklung des frühneuhochdeutschen “Volksbuchs” als polyvalentes Diskursforum. Zur Phänomenologie der spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Literatur,” Textsorten deutscher Prosa vom 12./13. Jahrhundert bis 18. Jahrhundert und ihre Merkmale. Akten zum Internationalen Kongress in Berlin 20. bis 22. September 1999. Ed. von Franz Simmler. Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik. Reihe A. Kongressberichte, 67 (Bern-Berlin-et al.: Peter Lang, 2002), 65-88.

281. “Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Women Scribes, Women Printers, Women Editors, and Women Poets,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 56 (2002): 199-222.

282. “Die Mutter spricht zu ihrer Tochter. Literarsoziologische Betrachtungen zu einem feministischen Thema,” German Quarterly 75.1 (2002): 71-87, with missing endnotes in 75, 2 (2002): 159.

283. “Witwen in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters: Neue Perspektiven auf ein vernachlässigtes Thema,” Etudes Germaniques 57.2 (2002): 197-232.

284. “Erotik im Mittelalter - Sexualität in der Moderne. Die Welt von König Artus im Spannungsfeld von Gestern und Heute. Adolf Muschgs Der Rote Ritter als Rezeptionszeuge und erotische Sozialutopie,” Wirkendes Wort 52.1 (2002): 4-23.

285. “Minnesang,” A Companion to Middle High German Literature to the 14th Century. Ed. Frank Gentry (Leiden-Boston-Cologne: Brill, 2002),117-50.

286. “Didactic/Gnomic Literature of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries,” A Companion to Middle High German Literature. Ed. Frank Gentry (Leiden-Boston-Cologne: Brill, 2002), 475-89.

287. “The German Kirchengesangbuch: A Literary Phenomenon of the Sixteenth Century,” Daphnis 30.3-4 (2001): 665-89.

288. “Humor in German Medieval Literature: With Special Emphasis on the Grotesque in Tristan als Mönch and Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône,” Tristania XXI (2002): 59-91.

289. “Die flämische Mystikerin Hadewijch als erotische Liebesdichterin,” Studies in Spirituality 12 (2002): 23-42.

290. “Epistemology at the Courts: The Discussion of Love by Andreas Capellanus and Juan Ruiz,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CIII.3 (2002): 341-62.

291. “Von Chaucers ‘Canterbury Travels’ bis zu Wickrams ‘Rollwagenbüchlein’: Literarische Spiegel des Alltags im Spätmittelalter. Reisen als Gleichmacher der sozialen Stände,” Textallianzen am Schnittpunkt der germanistischen Disziplinen. Hgg. Alexander Schwarz, Laure Abplanalp Luscher. Tausch, 14 (Bern-Berlin-et al.: Peter Lang, 2001), 483-99.

292. “Geld als Thema deutscher Volkslieder des Spätmittelalters und der Frühneuzeit. Mentalitätsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen,” Lied und populäre Kultur / Song and Popular Culture: Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 46 (2001): 11-37.

293. “The Medieval Monastery as a ‘Gesamtkunstwerk.’ The Case of the ‘Heideklöster’ Wienhausen and Ebstorf,” Studi medievali XLIII, Fasc. II (2002): 503-34.
 
294. “Nibelungenlied,” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/LitEncycFrame.htm; April 2003) (ca. 2400 words)

295. “Medieval Europe and its Encounter with the Foreign World: Late-Medieval German Witnesses, Medieval Cultures in Contact. Ed. By Richard F. Gyug. Fordham Series in Medieval Studies (New York: Fordham University Press, 2003), 85-103.

296. “Abelard and Heloise’s Love Story from the Perspective of their Son Astrolabe: Luise Rinser’s Novel Abelard’s Love,” Journal of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association 57.1 (2003): 9-31.

297. “The Downfall of a Hero: Siegfried’s Self-Destruction and the End of Heroism in the Nibelungenlied,” German Studies Review XXVI.2 (2003): 295-14.

298. “Gender Conflicts, Miscommunication, and Communicative Communities in the Late Middle Ages: The Evidence of Fifteenth-Century German Verse Narratives,” Speaking in the Medieval World. Ed. Jean Godsall-Myers. Cultures, Beliefs and Traditions, 16 (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2003), 65-92.

299. “The Tristan Romance in the Middle Ages (and its Reception History)” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/LitEncycFrame.htm, May 2003) (ca. 3250 words)

300. “German Courtly Romances,” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/LitEncycFrame.htm), May 2003 (ca. 2900 words)

301. “Self-Enactment of Late Medieval Chivalry: Wooing and The Tournament as Performance and Self-Representation in Ulrich von Liechtenstein’s Frauenbuch,” Seminar XXXIX.2 (2003): 93-113.

302. “Meister Eckhart’s Philosophy in the Twenty-First Century,” Mystical Quarterly XXIX.1-2 (2003): 6-23.

303. “Buchdruckerinnen des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts: Informationen aus spanischen Bibliotheken. Mit spezieller Berücksichtigung der Bibliotheca General e Histórica de la Universitat de València, Spanien,” in Gutenberg-Jahrbuch (2003): 192-207.    

304. “Widows: Their Social and Religious Functions According to Medieval German Literature, with Special Emphasis on Erhart Gross’s Witwenbuch (1446),” Fifteenth-Century Studies 28 (2003): 65-79.

305. “Herz und Seele in Hartmanns von Aue “Der arme Heinrich.” Der mittelalterliche Dichter als Psychologe?,” Mediaevistik 14 (2003): 7-30.

306. “Der Kampf um das Mittelalter im Werk Thomas Manns: Der Zauberberg: Die menschliche Misere im Kreuzfeuer geistesgeschichtlicher Strömungen,” Studia Neophilologica 75 (2003): 32-46.

307. “Marie de France,” The Literary Encyclopedia, ed. Robert Clark (http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5494), Sept. 2003 (2300 words)

308. “Death Rituals and Manhood in the Middle High German Poems The Lament, Johannes von Tepl’s The Plowman, and Heinrich Wittenwiler’s Ring,” Grief and Gender: 700-1700. Ed. by Jennifer C. Vaught (New York: Palgrave, 2003), 33-47.

309. “Die Iberische Halbinsel aus der Sicht eines humanistischen Nürnberger Gelehrten Hieronymus Münzer: Itinerarium Hispanicum (1494-1495),” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 111.3-4 (2003): 317-40.

310. “Storms, Sea Crossings, the Challenges of Nature and the Transformation of the Protagonist in Courtly Romances,” Neohelicon XXX.2 (2003): 163-82.

311. “Die deutsche Predigtliteratur des Mittelalters im Kontext der europäischen Erzähltradition: Johannes Paulis Schimpf und Ernst (1521) als Rezeptionsmedium,” Fabula 44.3/4 (2003): 209-36.
                        
312. “Jewish-Christian Relations in the German Middle Ages — the Exploration of Alternative Voices? The Deconstruction of a Myth or Factual History? Literary-Historical Investigations,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 58 (2003): 123-49.

313. “Middle Ages, 500-1500,” Literary Encyclopedia (2003) (http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1354)http://www.li… (ca. 8800 words)
                
314. “Benedictines and Cistercians,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1331 and http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1328 ) (ca. 4000 words)
 
315. “The World of the Turks Described by an Eye-Witness: Georgius de Hungaria’s Dialectical Discourse about the Foreign World of the Ottoman Empire,” Journal of Early Modern History 7.3-4 (2003): 257-79.

316. “Self and Other in the Arthurian World: Heinrich von dem Türlin’s ‘Wunderketten,’” Monatshefte 96.1 (2004): 20-39.
                        
317. “John of Salisbury,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (1962 words): http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5533

318. “Die Freude am Exotischen als literarisches Phänomen des Spätmittelalters. Heinrichs von Neustadt Apollonius von Tyrland,” Wirkendes Wort 54.1 (2004): 23-46.

319. “Die Suche nach dem Ich in der Gottheit. Mystische Literatur als epistemologisches 
Phänomen im Spätmittelalter: Zu Hildegard von Bingen, Mechthild von Magdeburg und Agnes Blannbekin,” Etudes Médiévales, ed. Danielle Buschinger, 4 (2002): 21-34.
    
320. “Espanya, València i Oswald von Wolkenstein: Geografia de la Baixa Edat Mitjana i història de la mentalitat geogràfica” (trans. Ferran Robles i Sabater), Paisajes Espirituales. El Diálogo cultural entre Alemania y Valencia, ed. Berta Raposo y José A. Calañas (Valencia: Generalitat Valenciana, 2003), 13-37.        

321. “Roger Bacon,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (2469 words) http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=210

322. “Alexander of Hales,” Literary Encyclopedia (2004) (1127 words) http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=70

323. “Der verkannte Meister? Eine Schlüsselfigur des 16. Jahrhunderts im Kreuzfeuer der Kritik. Die Darstellung von Frauen im Werk von Hans Sachs,” Etudes Germaniques 59 (2004): 5-39.

324. “Courtly Love,” Literary Encyclopedia (online) (5562 words), 2004: http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1378
        
325. “Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Literary Encyclopedia (online) (2448 words), 2004: http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5559 &nbsp;      

326. “Violence in the Shadow of the Courts,” Violence in Medieval Courtly Literature: A Casebook, ed. Albrecht Classen. Routledge Medieval Casebooks (New York and London: Routledge, 2004), 1-36.

327. “Violence at King Arthur’s Court: Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Perspectives,” Violence in Medieval Courtly Literature: A Casebook, ed. Albrecht Classen. Routledge Medieval Casebooks (New York and London: Routledge, 2004), 127-149.

328. “Women, Wives, and Marriage in the World of Hans Sachs,” in Daphnis 32.3-4 (2003): 491-521.

329. “Missionarische Bemühungen als Welterforschung. Jesuitische Sichtweisen auf die Neue Welt: nördliches Mexico — heutiges Arizona,” Scientiae et artes. Die Vermittlung alten und neuen Wissens in Literatur, Kunst und Musik. Vol. II. Ed. Barbara Mahlmann-Bauer. Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, 38 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2004), 1029-51.
        
330. “Jewish-Christian Relations in Medieval Literature,” Peter Meister, ed., German Literature Between Faiths: Jew and Christian at Odds and in Harmony. Studies in German Jewish History, 6 (Oxford, Bern, Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2004), 53-65.

331. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” in Literary Encyclopedia, Dec. 2004, online at: http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5545 (1600 words)

332. “Die deutschen Liederbücher des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts. Kritische Sichtung eines spätmittelalterlichen Sammlungstypus,” Franz Simmler, ed., Textsortentypologien und Textallianzen von der Mitte des 15. bis zur Mitte es 16. Jahrhunderts: Akten zum Internationalen Kongress in Berlin 21. bis 25. Mai 2003 (Berlin: Weidler, 2004), 43-78.

333. 10 Articles on: Frau Ava (49-52), Margareta von Schwangau, (586-87), St. Catherine of Siena (144-47), Gertrud the Great (360-64), Ebner, Christine (282-84), Ebner, Margareta (284-86), Anna of Munzingen (34-35), Mechthild of Hackeborn (632-35), Mechthild of Magdeburg (635-37), Epistolary Authors (324-29), Women in the Middle Ages: An Encyclopedia. 2 Vols. Ed. Katharina M. Wilson and Nadia Margolis (Westport, CT, and London: Greenwood Press, 2004).

334. Georg Forsters Liederbücher im 16. Jahrhunderts: Letzte Blüte und Ausklang einer Epoche. Rezeptionsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zur Gattung des spätmittelalterlichen Liedes,” Lied und populäre Kultur. Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 48 (2003): 11-47.

335. “Charlemagne,” in Literary Encyclopedia (2005): http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=828 (2100 words)

336. “Thomas a Kempis,” in Literary Encyclopedia (2005): http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=2 (1500 words)

337. “Other, The, European Views of,” New Dictionary of History of Ideas, ed. Jennifer Wisinski. Vol. 4 (New York: Charles Scribener’s Sons, 2004), 1691-98.

338.“Moriz von Craun,” in Literary Encyclopedia (2005): http://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=16639 (2045 words)

339. “Moriz, Tristan, and Ulrich as Master Disguise Artists: Deconstruction and Reenactment of Courtliness in Moriz von Craûn, Tristan als Mönch, and Ulrich von Liechtenstein’s Frauendienst,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 103.4 (2004): 475-504.    

340. “Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Discourse, Communication, and Social Interaction,” Discourses on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 278 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2004[appeared in 2005]), 1-42.            

341. “Love, Marriage, and Sexual Transgressions in Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives (ca. 1400),” Discourses on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 278 (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2004 [appeared in 2005]), 289-312.
    
342. “Roswitha of Gandersheim,” together with Eva Parra Membrives and Alfonso Corbacho Sánchez, Literary Encyclopedia, March 2005; 2400 words (http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5891).

343. “The Struggle against Fear as a Struggle for the Self in Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur,” Partonopeus in Europe: An Old French Romance and its Adaptations. Mediaevalia 25.2, Special Issue (2004): 225-52.

344. “Christoph Weiditz Paints Spain (1529): A German Artists Discovers the Spanish Peninsula,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CV.4 (2004): 395-406.

345. “Johannes Kepler,” Literary Encylopedia (http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5922, May 2005), 930 words
    
346. “Noch einmal zu Wolframs ‘spekulativer’ Kyôt-Quelle im Licht jüdischer Kultur und Philosophie des zwölften Jahrhunderts,” Studi Medievali XLVI (2005): 281-308.

347. “Mittelalterliche Chronistik und Literatur im Werk von Hans Sachs: Rezeptionshistorische Perspektiven im 16. Jahrhundert,” Colloquia Germanica 37.1 (2004): 1-25.

348. “Oswald von Wolkenstein im Kontext der deutschen Spanienreisen des 15. Jahrhunderts,” Der Schlern 78.10 (2004): 68-73.

349. “Toleranz im späten 13. Jahrhundert, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von Jans von Wien und Ramon Llull,” Mediaevistik 17 (2004): 25-55.
    
350. “Female Agency and Power in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan: The Irish Queen Isolde: New Perspectives,” in Tristania XXIII (2005): 39-60.

351. “Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan: the Eternal Bread, and Love,” Tristania XXIII (2005): 91-105.

352. “Love and Fear of the Foreign: Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine (1456). A Xenological Analysis,” Foreign Encounters: Case Studies in German Literature, ed. Mara Wade & Glenn Ehrstine. Daphnis 33.1-2 (2004): 97-122.

353. “Die vermeintlich vergessenen Kinder in der mhd. Literatur. Emotionsgeschichtliche Erkundigungen,” Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 35 (2005): 9-34.

354. “Philippe Ariès and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today?,” Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2005), 1-65.

355. “Andreas Capellanus: Der große Experte auf dem Gebiet der Liebe - ein Satiriker, klerikaler Kritiker oder Philosoph?,” Künstler, Dichter, Gelehrte, ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich. Mittelalter-Mythen, 4 (St. Gall: UVK, 2005), 687-703.

356. “Alkuin und Hrabanus Maurus: Zwei Gelehrte der Karolingischen Renaissance,” Künstler, Dichter, Gelehrte, ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich. Mittelalter-Mythen, 4 (St. Gall: UVK, 2005), 805-24.

357. “Thomas von Aquin: Der größte Universalist aller Zeiten,” Künstler, Dichter, Gelehrte, ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich. Mittelalter-Mythen, 4 (St. Gall: UVK, 2005), 981-92.
 
358. “The Fourteenth-Century Verse Novella Dis ist von dem Heselin: Eroticism, Social Discourse, and Ethical Criticism,” Orbis Litterarum 60.4 (2005): 260-77.

359. “Crisis and Triumph in the World of Medieval Knighthood and Chivalry: Gawan in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Gawain: Casebook, ed. Raymond H. Thompson and Keith Busby (New York and London: Routledge, 2005), 217-29.
 
360. 63 entries on medieval poets and texts Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature, ed. Jay Ruud (New York: Facts on File, 2005). Alanus de Insulis (9-10), Alexanderlied (12-13), Andreas Capellanus (27-29), Aucassin et Nicolette (44-46), Barlaam and Josaphat (59-60), Benoît de Sainte-Marie (66-68), Béroul (73-74), Burkhart von Hohenfels (99-100), Carmina Burana (114-15), Cent Ballades (Christine de Pizan, 120-21), Charles d’Orléans (127-28), Christine de Pizan’s Le Livre de Cité des dames (93-95), Der von Kürenberg (180), Der Wilde Alexander (180-81, Dietmar von Aist (183-84), Meister Eckhart (202-03), Eilhart von Oberg (206), Einhard (206-07), Eleanore of Aquitaine (208-10), Floire et Blancheflor (233-34), Friedrich von Hausen (243), Geoffrey of Vinsauf (255), Goliardic Verse (269-70), Gottfried von Straßburg (270-72), Guillaume de Lorris (285-86), Hartmann von Aue (297-99), Heinrich von Melk (304-05), Heinrich von Morungen (305), Heinrich von Veldeke (305-06), Hildegard von Bingen (313-14), Holy Grail (318-19), Hrotsvit of Gandersheim (322-24), Jean de Meun (345-47), Jean de Joinville (353-54), Kaiserchronik (361-62), Lanval (Marie de France, 388-90), Ramon Llull, (408-09), Guillaume de Machaut (417-19), John Mandeville (425-27), Marie de Champagne (438), Mechthild von Magdeburg (441-42), Minnesang (447-48), Neidhart (463-64), Nibelungenlied (466-68), Parzival (492-93), Paul the Deacon (496-97), Reinmar der Alte (531-32), Robert de Boron (542), Roman de la rose (548-49), Roman de Renart (549-50), Song of Roland (594-96), Thomas of Britain (631-32), Tristan (640-41), Tristan and Isolde (641-42), Troubadours (647-49), Trouvères (649-50), Ulrich von Lichtenstein (653-54), Ulrich von Zatzikhoven (654), Geoffroi of Villehardouin (662-63), Fançois Villon (663-65), Waldere (678), Walther von der Vogelweide (678-79), Wolfram von Eschenbach (691-92).

361. “The Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation,” Literary Encyclopedia (2006), 2490 words (http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=1646&PHPSESSID=5d6…)

362. “Das “Hildebrandslied” im heutigen Literaturunterricht? Eine Herausforderung und große, ungenutzte Chance,” in Unterrichtspraxis 38.1 (2005; appeared in 2006): 19-30.

363. “Christine de Pizan,” in Literary Encylcopedia (online), 2827 words
http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=871 (Jan. 2006)

364. “Mittelalterliche Erotik und moderne Sexualität in der Welt von König Artus: Adolf Muschgs ‘Der Rote Ritter’ als Rezeptionszeuge und Medium der erotischen Selbstbespiegelung,” Artus-Mythen und Moderne, ed. Sieglinde Hartmann, Thomas Le Blanc, et al. (Wetzlar: Phantastische Bibliothek Wetzlar, 2005), 281-97.

365. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” Will Hasty, ed., German Literature of the High Middle Ages (Columbus, S.C: Camden House, 2006), 22-35.

366. “History of Scholarship on Medieval German Arthurian Literature,” A History of Arthurian Scholarship, ed. Norris J. Lacy. Arthurian Studies (Woodbridge, Suffolk: D. S. Brewer, 2006), 122-39.

367. “Mauritius von Craûn and Otto von Freising’s The Two Cities: 12th- and 13th-Century Scepticism about Historical Progress and the Metaphor of the Ship,” German Quarterly 79.1 (2006): 28-49.

368. “‘Die Heidin’ — A Late-Medieval Experiment in Cultural Rapprochement Between Christians and Saracens,” Medieval Encounters 11.1-2 (2005): 50-71.

369. “Imaginary Experience of the Divine: Felix Fabri’s Sionpilger— Late-Medieval Pilgrimage Literature as a Window into Religious Mentality,” Studies in Spirituality 15 (2005): 109-28.

370. “Das Motiv des aufopfernden Freundes von der Antike über das Mittelalter bis zur Neuzeit,” Fabula 47.1-2 (2006): 17-32.

371. “A Woman Fights for Her Honor: Ruprecht of Würzburg’s Von zwein kouf mannen: Female Self-Determination versus Male Mercantilism,” Seminar XLII.2 (2006): 95-113.

372. “Tolerance in the Middle Ages? The Good Heathens as Fellow Beings in the World of Reinfried von Braunschweig, Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur, and Die Heideninne,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 61 (2006): 183-223.

373. “The Tristan-and-Isolde-Motif in Sixteenth-Century Italian Literature: Straparola’s Reception of a Medieval Narrative: A New Source of the Tristan Reception History,” Tristania XXIV (2006): 79-94.

374. “Werner Rolevinck’s Fasciculus Temporum. The History of a Late-Medieval Bestseller, or: the First Hypertext,” in Gutenberg-Jahrbuch (2006): 225-30.

375. “Friendship in the Middle Ages: A Ciceronian Concept in Konrad von Würzburg’s Engelhard (ca. 1280),” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 41.2 (2006): 227-46.
    
376. “Hans Sachs’s Reception of the Medieval Heroic Tradition: Social Criticism in the Cloak of Nibelungelied Source Material,” in Parergon 23.1 (2006): 93-117.

377. “Das Nibelungenlied in Amerika: Verhaltener Triumph und tragischer Verlust
Ein deutsches Heldenlied als Teil des amerikanischen Literaturkanons im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert?,” “Von Mythen und Mären” – Mittelalterliche Kulturgeschichte im Spiegel einer Wissenschaftler-Biographie. Festschrift Otfrid Ehrismann zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Gudrun Marci-Boehncke and Jörg Riecke (Hildesheim, Zürich, and New York: Olms, 2006), 307-21.
                                        
378. “Literary or Not? The Fictionality Debate in Autobiographical Writings by a Fifteenth-Century German Woman Writer: Helene Kottanner’s Memoirs,” in Medieval Perspectives 19 (2004; appeared in 2006): 64-90.
                        
379. “Marriage in Late-Medieval German Easter and Shrovetide Plays,” Comparative Drama 40.1 (2006): 99-124.
            
380. “Roman Sentimental in the Middle Ages? Mai und Beaflor as a Literary Reflection of 
the Medieval History of Emotions,” Oxford German Studies 35.2 (2006): 83-100.

381. “Die sich selbst verschlingende Gewalt: Grundsätzliche Gedanken zu einem global-menschlichen Phänomen mit mediävistischen Perspektiven auf Wernhers des Gaertenære Helmbrecht und Heinrich Wittenwilers Ring,” Futhark: Revista de investigación y cultura 1 (2006): 11-39
            
382. “Anger and Anger Management in the Middle Ages: Mental-Historical Perspectives,” Mediavistik 19 (2006): 21-50.

383. “Rituale des Trauerns als Sinnstiftung und ethische Transformation des eigenen Daseins im agonalen Raum der höfischen Welt. Zwei Fallstudien: Diu Klage und Mai und Beaflor,” Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 36 (2006): 30-54.

384. “Polyglots in Medieval German Literature: Outsiders, Critics, or Revolutionaries?
Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan, Wernher the Gardener’s Helmbrecht, and 
Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Neophilologus 91.1 (2007): 101-15. http://www.springerlink.com/content/nr77476775221421/fulltext.pdf

385. “Deutsche Lieddichtung im barocken Schatten: Das Venus-Gärtlein als Bindeglied zwischen spätmittelalterlicher und frühneuzeitlicher Lyrik,” Textsorten und Textallianzen, ed. Ilpo Tapani Piirainen and Jörg Meier. Germanistische Arbeiten zur Sprachgeschichte, 5 (Berlin: Weidler, 2007), 137-58.

386. “Dogs as Messengers, Carriers of Text, Protectors, and Drugs in Courtly Life and Literature,” Medieval Fauna and Flora, ed. Sieglinde Hartmann. Beihefte zur Mediaevistik, 8 (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2007), 67-86.

387. “Literarische Diskurs-Bricolage als literarische Strategie (Textallianz) in spätmittelalterlicher Chronistik: der Fall von Jans Enikels Weltchronik,” Strukturen und Funktionen in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Festschrift Franz Simmler zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Claudia Wich-Reif (Berlin: Weidler, 2007), 425-44.

388. “Heinrich der Teichner: The Didactic Poet as a Troublemaker, Whistle-Blower, and Social Rebel,” Medievalia et Humanistica New Series 32 (2007): 63-81.
                    
389. “Multilingual Awareness through Travel,” Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 61.1 (2007): 84-96.        

390. “The Disrupted Dinner in the Nibelungenlied: The Development of Tragedy in the Heroic Context Reflected in the Hunt, the Kitchen, Dinner Preparations, Quenched Fires, and Spoiled Banquets,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CVIII.2 (2007): 381-97.

391. “The Symbolic Function of Food as Iconic Representation of Culture and Spirituality in 
Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival (ca. 1205),” Orbis Litterarum 62.4 (2007): 315-35.

392. “Caught on an Island: Geographic and Spiritual Isolation in Medieval German Courtly Literature: Herzog Ernst, Gregorius, Tristan, and Partonopier und Meliur,” Studia Neophilologica 79 (2007): 69-80.

393. “Gewaltverbrechen als Thema des spätarturischen Romans. Sozialkritisches in Wirnts von Grafenberg Wigalois,” Etudes Germaniques 62.2 (2007): 429-55.

394. “Poetische Proteste gegen den Krieg: Der Meistersänger Hans Sachs als früher Kriegsgegner im 16. Jahrhundert,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 63 (2007): 235-56.

395. “Andreas Gryphius.,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 27 Se 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 27 September 2007; http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=5448

396. “Boethius as a Source for Late-Medieval German Didactic Poetry? The Example of 
the Gnomic Poet Heinrich der Teichner,” Carmina Philosophiae 15 (2006): 63-88.

397. Christian Hoffmann von Hoffmannswaldau." The Literary Encyclopedia. 6 Oct. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 7 October 2007. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11832>&nbsp;
398. “Daniel Casper von Lohenstein,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 24 Oct. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 24 October 2007. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11838>&nbsp;

399. “Heinrich Wittenwiler,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 28 Nov. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 18 November 2007 <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11849>&nbsp;

400. “New Knowledge, Disturbing and Attractive: The Faustbuch and the Wagnerbuch as Witnesses of the Early-Modern Paradigm Shift,” in Daphnis 35 (2006): 515-35.

401. “Albrecht Dürer,” The Literary Encyclopedia. 29 Nov. 2007. The Literary Dictionary Company. 28 November 2007. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=1360&gt;.
    
402 and 403. “Hartmann von Aue” (58-69), and “Wolfram von Eschenbach” (70-80), Arthurian Writers: A Biographical Encyclopedia, ed. Laura Cooner Lambdin and Robert Thomas Lambdin (Westport, CT, and London: Greenwood Press, 2008). 

403. “Transgression and Laughter, the Scatological and the Epistemological: New Insights into the Pranks of Till Eulenspiegel,” Medievalia et Humanistica 33 (2007): 41-61.

404. “Diskursthema ‘Gewalt’ gegen Frauen’ in der deutschen Literatur des hohen und späten Mittelalters. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung Hartmanns von Aue Erec, Wolframs von Eschenbach Parzival und Wirnts von Grafenberg Wigalois,” Studien zu Literatur, Sprache und Geschichte in Europa: Wolfgang Haubrichs zum 65. Geburtstag gewidmet, ed. Albrecht Greule, Hans-Walter Hermann, Klaus Ridder and Andreas Schorr (St. Ingbert: Röhrig Universitätsverlag, 2008), 49-62.
            
405. “Liederrepertoire and Themenvielfalt: Vom didaktisch-religiösen Liedgut zum Liebes- und Trinklied. Die Begegnung zwischen dem hohen Mittelalter und dem sechzehnten Jahrhundert: die Carmina Burana und Georg Forsters Liederbücher,” Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs: Lied und populäre Kultur 52 (2007): 53-82.

406. “The Book of Hours in the Middle Ages,” Futhark: Revista de Investigación y Cultura 2 (2007): 111-29.
            
407. “Charles Martel” (782 words), The Literary Encyclopedia. 29 Feb. 2008. The Literary Dictionary Company. 3 March 2008. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=11904>&nbsp;

408. “Carolingian Empire” (2369 words), The Literary Encyclopedia. 4 Mar. 2008. The Literary Dictionary Company. 4 March 2008. <http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=5493&gt;

409. “Die neue und die alte Welt: Mediävistik in den USA heute,” Begegnung mit Literaturen: Festschrift Carola L. Gottzmann zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Petra Hoerner and Roswitha Wisniewski (Berlin: Weidler, 2008), 287-318.    

410. “Reading and Deciphering in Apollonius of Tyre and the Historia von den sieben weisen Meistern: Medieval Epistemology within a Literary Context,” Studi Medievali 49 (2008): 161-88.

411. “Heinrich der Teichner: Commentator and Critic of the Worlds of the Court,” Orbis Litterarum 63.3 (2008): 237-61.
                        
412. “The Quest for Knowledge Within Medieval Literary Discourse: The Metaphysical and Philosophical Meaning of Love,” Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 347 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008), 1-51.

413. “Love of Discourse and Discourse of Love in Middle High German Minnesang: The Case of the Post-Walther Generation from the Thirteenth- Through the Fifteenth Century,” Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Albrecht Classen. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 347 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2008), 359-78.

414. “Südwesteuropäische Grenzüberschreitungen aus deutscher Perspektive: Fremdbegegnung zwischen deutschsprachigen Reisenden und der iberischen Welt im Spätmittelalter,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 116.1-2 (2008): 34-47.

415. “Indien: Imagination und Erfahrungswelt in Antike und Mittelalter,” Mittelalter-Mythen, V. Ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich (St. Gall: UVK, 2008), 359-72.

416. “Der Mythos vom Rhein: Geschichte, Kultur, Literatur und Ideologie. Die Rolle eines europäischen Flusses vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart,” Mittelalter-Mythen, vol. V. Ed. Ulrich Müller and Werner Wunderlich (St. Gall: UVK, 2008), 711-25.

417. “Buchdrucker und das Druckerwesen als literarisches Motiv im Spätmittelalter und der Frühneuzeit. Miszelle zu einem weltbewegenden Thema,” in Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 83 (2008): 128-40.

418. “Laughter as the Ultimate Epistemological Vehicle in the Hands of Till Eulenspiegel,” Neophilologus 92 (2008): 417-89.

419. “The Cultural Significance of Sexuality in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and Beyond: A Secret Continuous Undercurrent or a Dominant Phenomenon of the Premodern World? Or: The Irrepressibility of Sex Yesterday and Today,” Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008), 1-141.

420. “Naked Men in Medieval German Literature and Art: Anthropological, Cultural-Historical, and Mental-Historical Investigations,” Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008), 143-69.

421. “Sexual Desire and Pornography: Literary Imagination in a Satirical Context: Gender Conflict, Sexual Identity, and Misogyny in ‘Das Nonnenturnier’,” Sexuality in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: New Approaches to a Fundamental Cultural-Historical and Literary-Anthropological Theme, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 3 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008), 649-90.

422. “Transcultural Encounters: German Jesuit Missionaries in the Pimería Alta,” Transcultural German Studies / Deutsch als Fremdsprache: Building Bridge / Brücken bauen, ed. Steven D. Martinson and Renate A. Schulz. Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik. Reihe A. Kongressberichte, 94 (Bern, Berlin, et al.: Peter Lang, 2008), 269-95.

423. “The People Rise Up against the Tyrants in the Courtly World: John of Salisbury’s Policraticus, the Fables by Marie de France and the Anonymous Mai und Beaflor,” Neohelicon 35.1 (2008): 17-29.

424. “Ayrer, Jakob” (orig. Jens Haustein), Killy Literarturlexikon, ed. Kühlmann, Achim Aurnhammer, et al. 2nd completely revised (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008), 276-77.

425. “Masculine Women and Female Men: The Gender Debate in Medieval Courtly Literature
With an Emphasis on the Middle High German Verse Narrative Frauenturnier,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 43.2 (2008): 205-22.    
        
426. “Kinder - Eltern - Beziehung im Spätmittelalter: das Zeugnis der ‘Volkslieder’,” Current Topics in Medieval German Literature: Texts and Analyses (Kalamazoo Papers 2000-2006), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 748 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2008), 1-22.

427. “The Crusader as Lover and Tourist: Utopian Elements in Late Medieval German Literature: From Herzog Ernst to Reinfried von Braunschweig and Fortunatus,” Current Topics in Medieval German Literature: Texts and Analyses (Kalamazoo Papers 2000-2006), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 748 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2008), 83-102.

428. “Der alte Mensch in den spätmittelalterlichen Mæren: Die Komplexität der Alterserfahrung im Spätmittelalter aus mentalitätsgeschichtlicher Sicht,” Alterskulturen des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit. Akten des 16. Internationalen Kongresses Krems 16. bis 18. Oktober 2006, ed. Elisabeth Vavra. Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit, 21 (Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2008), 219-41.

429. “Editing Medieval German Texts in the Twenty-First Century. Reflections on Recent Practices and Pragmatic Solutions in Light of Mai und Beaflor,” Leuvense Bijdragen 95 (2006): 1-14. (late reporting)

430. “Martin Montanus as Entertainer and Social Critic,” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 62.2 (2008): 11-33.

431. “Literarhistorische Reflexionen in der Barockliteratur: Interesse an und Widerstand gegen das Mittelalter als Medium der poetischen Selbstidentifikation im Werk von Lohenstein und Hoffmannswaldau,” Etudes Germaniques 63 (2008): 551-70.

432. “Thomasin von Zerclaere’s Der Wælsche Gast and Hugo von Trimberg’s Renner. Two Middle High German Didacticians Focus on the Gender Relationship,” What Nature Does Not Teach: Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early-Modern Periods, ed. Juanita Ferros Ruys. Disputatio, 15 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), 205-29.    
                    
433. “Erotic Symbolism, Laughter, and Hermeneutics at Work in Late-Medieval mæren.The Case of Das Häslein,” Medievalia et Humanistica, NS. 34 (2008): 87-104.

434. “Women in the World of the Grimms’ Fairy Tales,” Futhark: Revista de investigación y cultura 3 (2008): 99-120.

435. “Die Burg als Motiv in der Literatur des deutschen Spätmittelalters,” Die imaginäre Burg, ed. Olaf Wagener, Heiko Laß, Thomas Kühtreiber, and Peter Dinzelbacher. Beihefte zur Mediävistik, 2 (Frankfurt a. M. et al.: Peter Lang, 2009), 199-216. 

436. “Objects of Memory as Hermeneutic Media in Medieval German Literature: Hartmann von Aue’s Gregorius, Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival, Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine, and Fortunatus,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 65 (2009): 159-82.

437. “España a través del prisma alemán: perspectivas del Medievo y la primera Modernidad e investigaciones imagológicas,” Viajes y viajeros entre ficción y realitad: Alemania - España, ed. Berta Raposo Fernández and Ingrid García Wistädt (Valencia: Universitat de València, 2009), 41-59.

438. “Volksbücher,” Lexikon des Gesamten Buchwesens, 2nd completely revised and expanded ed. Severin Corsten, vol. 3 (Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann, 2009), 142-43.

439. “El Oswald de Múnich: Literatura de entretenimiento de carácter laico-religioso en la época precortesana,” Oswald de Múnich, traducción y notas de Eva Parra Membrives y Miguel Ayerbe Linares (Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid, 2009), 13-23.

440. “Disguises, Gender-Bending, and Clothing Symbolism in Dietrich von der Gletze’s Der Borte,” Seminar XLV.2 (2009): 95-110.

441. “Schwellenphänomen, Paradigmenwechsel, Popularitätserfolg: Hybridisierung und Konkretisierung des spätmittelalterlichen Liebeslieds als Erfolgsrezept beim Mönch von Salzburg,” Studia Neophilologica 81 (2009): 69-86.

442. “Dietrichs Flucht als erratischer Block: Neue Beobachtungen zu einem vernachlässigten Heldenlied des 13. Jahrhunderts aus mentalitäts- und emotionalgeschichtlicher sowie sozialpolitischer Sicht,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CX.3 (2009): 345-68.

443. “Future-Spectives of German Sixteenth-Century Studies,” Sixteenth-Century Studies XL.1 (2009): 238-41.

444. “Urban Space in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age: Historical, Mental, Cultural, and Social-Economic Investigations,” Urban Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), 1-145.

445. Hans Sachs and his Encomia Songs on German Cities: Zooming Into and Out of Urban Space from a Poetic Perspective: With a Consideration of Hartmann Schedel’s Liber Chronicarum (1493),” Urban Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009), 567-94.

446. “Farting and the Power of Human Language, with a Focus on Hans Wilhelm Kirchhof’s Sixteenth-Century Schwänke,” Medievalia et Humanistica 35 (2009): 57-76.

447. “Liederhandschriften und gedruckte Liederbücher als Textallianzen um 1500. Ein Textcorpus an der Schwelle des großen Epochenwechsels,” Literarische und religiöse Textsorten und Textallianzen um 1500, ed. Alexander Schwarz, Franz Simmler, and Claudia Wich-Reif. Textsorten und Textallianzen um 1500. Handbuch, 1. Berliner Sprachwissenschaftliche Studien, 20 (Berlin: Weidler, 2009), 75-88.

448. “Die Entdeckung des städtischen Raumes als Lebenshereich und Identifikationsmedium in spätmittelalterlichen Bildern und Texten: der Luttrell Psalter, Ambrogio Lorenzettis Fresken, Hartmann Schedels Liber Chronicarum und Hans Sachs’ Enkomium auf Nürnberg,” Städtische Räume im Mittelalter, ed. Susanne Ehrich and Jörg Oberste. Forum Mittelalter, Studien 5 (Regensburg: Verlag Schnell & Steiner, 2009), 73-89.

449. “The Carmina Burana: a Mirror of Latin and Vernacular Literary Traditions from a Cultural-Historical Perspective: Transgression is the Name of the Game,” Neophilologus 94 (2010): 477-97; online: 12-24-09: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs11061-009-9188-2.pdf

450. “Spatiality in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan: Social and Lived Space within the Courtly Tristania XXV (2009): 25-48.    

451. “Close Reading - from a Philological and Philosophical Perspective,” German Quarterly http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/forum/responses.php (Jan. 2010)

452. “Der Gürtel als Objekt und Symbol in der Literatur des Mittelalters. Marie de France, Nibelungenlied, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight und Dietrich von der Glezze,” Mediaevistik 21 (2008, appeared 2010): 11-37.

453. “Futilitates Germanicae Medii Aevi redivivae: Erotisches und Obszönes in der Literatur des deutschen Spätmittelalters. Edition, Übersetzung und Kommentar,” (65%), together with Peter Dinzelbacher, Mediaevistik 21 (2008, appeared 2010): 139-57.

454. “Women Win the Day: The Female Heroine in Late-Medieval German Maeren,” Femininities and Masculinities, ed. Fred Kiefer. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 23 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2009), 45-69.

455. “Taste, Sound, and Smell in the Mystical Realm: Visionary Phenomenology on the Basis of Sensual Experiences: Agnes Blannbekin (d. 1315),” Studies in Spirituality    19 (2009): 71-91.

456. “Tiere als Symbole der höfischen Welt,” Tiere als Freunde im Mittelalter: Eine Anthologie, introduced, selected, trans., and commented by Gabriele Kompatscher with Albrecht Classen and Peter Dinzelbacher (Badenweiler: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010), 20-31.

457. “Mai und Beaflor: Familientragödie, die Macht der Gefühle und rationales Kalkül in einem ‘sentimentalen’ Roman des späten 13. Jahrhunderts,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 4 (2009): 85-107.

458. “Early Middle Ages,” The Literary Encyclopedia (4-23-10: http://www.litencyc.com/php/stopics.php?rec=true&UID=7222) (3705 words)

459. “Travel Space as Constructed Space: Arnold von Harff Observes the Arabic Space,” German Studies Review 33.2 (2010): 375-88.

460. Entries in The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Robert E. Bjork (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010): Albrecht von Johansdorf (30); Alexander, Der Wilde (1729); Annals and Chronicles (64-69); Apollonius von Tyrland (80); Master Altswert (47); Behaim, Albert (244); Beheim, Michael (244); Berthold of Holle (253); Berthold of Regensburg (253), Berthold of Zwiefalten (253); Bligger von Steinach (268); Boppe (279); Burchard of Ursperg (303); Burggraf von Regensburg (303); Burkhart von Hohenfels (312); Capitulare de villis (334), Konrad of Lichtenau (434-35); Conrad of Marburg (435); David of Augsburg (487); Dietmar von Aist (502); Eberhard of Rohrdorf (531); Eberhard of Salzburg (531); Elisabeth of Nassau-Saarbrücken (557); Eulenspiegel (595); Famine (612), Folz, Hans (641); Friedrich von Hausen (671); Fuetrer, Ulrich (675); Godfrey of Viterbo (732), Gottfried von Neifen (737); Hadlaub, Johannes (760); Hartlieb, Johannes (770); Heidelberg (773); Heinrich der Teichner (775); Herrand von Wildonie (795); Hiltbolt von Schwangau (801); Jansen Enikel (884); Johannes von Viktring (903); Johannes von Winterthur (903); Jordan of Saxony (911); Kaiser Heinrich VI (917); Karlmeinet (920); Joseph Kimhi (927-28), Konrad von Fussesbrunnen (938); Konrad von Heimesfurt (938); Levold von Northof (990); Literatures: Germanic (excluding Scandinavian) (1013-15) Manesse, Manuscript of (1074); Marner (1092); Matthias von Neunburg (1106); Meinloh von Sevelingen (1120); Meistergesang, Minnesinger (1121); Neidhart von Reuental (1200); Oswald von Wolkenstein (1238-39); Otto von Botenlouben (1240); Pleier (1320); Reichstag (1392), Reinmar von Hagenau (1393); Roman Empire (1422-29); Rudolf von Fenis (1437); Spervorgel and Herger (1561); Spruchdichtung (1565); Steinmar (1572); Peter Suchenwirt (1580); Süsskind von Trimberg (1586); Tannhäuser (1594); Taube, Heinrich (775) ; Ulrich von Winterstetten (1664); Heinrich Wittenwiler (776).

461. “Late-Medieval German Pilgrimage Narratives,” Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage, ed. Larissa J. Taylor, Leigh Ann Craig, John B. Friedman, et al. (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010), 324-27.

462. “Laughter as an Expression of Human Nature in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period: Literary, Historical, Theological, Philosophical, and Psychological Reflections,” Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Epistemology of a Fundamental Human Behavior, Its Meaning, and Consequences, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 5 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 1-140.

463. “Laughing in Late-Medieval Verse (mæren) and Prose (Schwänke) Narratives: Epistemological Strategies and Hermeneutic Explorations,” Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Epistemology of a Fundamental Human Behavior, Its Meaning, and Consequences, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 5 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 547-85.

464. “Literaturrezeption und dichterische Selbstreflexion im Werk Hugos von Montfort: Ein Zeuge aus einer kulturhistorischen Spät- oder Frühzeit,” Aller weishait anevang Ist ze brúfen an dem aussgang: Akten des Symposiums zum 650. Geburtstag Hugos von Montfort, ed. Klaus Amann and Elisabeth De Felip-Jaud (Innsbruck: Innsbruck university press, 2010), 167-89.

465. “After the Discovery of the New World - The Rediscovery of History: Hartmann Schedel’s Liber chronicarum. A Masterpiece of the Incunabula Time,”Futhark: Revista de investigación 5 (2010): 95-109.

466. “Consequences of Bad Weather in Medieval Literature: From Apollonius of Tyre to Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron,” arcadia 45.1 (2010): 3-20.

467-68. “Argula von Grumbach” (orig. Robert Stupperich), vol. 4, 477-78; “Ludwig Hätzer” (orig. J. F. Gerhard Goeters), Killy Literarturlexikon, ed. Kühlmann, Achim Aurnhammer, et al. 2nd completely revised (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2008), vol. 4, 584-85.

469-74. “Communication in the Middle Ages” (1:330-43); “Dictionaries/Glossaries (2:1742-49); Wolfgang Liepe” (3:2474-77), “Alfons Hilka” (together with Wendy Pfeffer; 3:2350-53), “Heinrich Mitteis” (3:2531-36), and “Philipp Strauch” (3:2671-75), Handbook of Medieval Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010).

475. “Introduction,” Handbook of Medieval Studies: Terms – Methods – Trends, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), XV-XXIII.

476. “Survey of Fundamental Reference Works in Medieval Studies,” Handbook of Medieval Studies: Terms – Methods – Trends, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), XXV-LXVI.

477. “The Ultimate Transgression of the Courtly World: Peasants on the Courtly Stage and Their Grotesque Quests for Sexual Pleasures. The Poetry by the Thirteenth-Century Austrian-Bavarian Neidhart,” Medievalia et Humanistica 36 (2010): 1-24.

478. “Money, Power, Poverty, and Social Criticism in the Work of Heinrich der Teichner,” Studi medievali LI, serie terza, fasc. II (2010): 671-99.

479. “Response to Forum on the Canon in German Studies,” German Quarterly 84.1 (Dec. 2011): 1-3; http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/forum/CanonClassenResponse.php

480. “The Dialectics of Mystical Love in the Middle Ages: Violence/Pain and Divine Love in the Mystical Visions of Mechthild of Magdeburg and Marguerite Porète,” Studies in Spirituality 20 (2010): 143-60.
                    
481. “Heinrich Arnoldi” (I, 111-12), “Peter Bitschin” (together with Wojciech Mirozowicz, I, 182-84), “Braunschweiger Reimchronik” (I, 209-10), “Christian von Geren” (I, 273), “Chronicon Slavicum” (I, 430), “Gerold Edlibach” (I, 566), “Nikolaus Grill” (I, 736), “Rainer Groningen” (I, 737), “Nickel Güntzel” (I, 746), “Johannes Librarius” (II, S. 925), “Jakob Lubbe” (together with Piotr. Oliński, II, 1047-48), “Sigismund Meisterlin” (II, 1098-99), “Johannes Nederhoff” (II, 1138-39), “Rötteler Chronik” (II, 1300), “Soester Chronikalien” (II, 1377), “Johann Statwech” (II, 1387-88), “Ursprung und Anfang der Stadt Augsburg” (II, 1463-64), “Wendisches Chronicon” (II, 1499-1500), and “Christian Wierstraet” (II, 1505), Encyclopedia of Medieval Chronicles, ed. Graeme Dunphy. 2 vols. (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010).

482. “Tabubruch, Obszönität und Pornographie in der Frühneuzeit? Die Schwänkesammlungen Rastbuechlein und Katzipori (1583) von Michael Lindener aus kulturhistorischer und epistemologischer Sicht,” to appear in Wirkendes Wort (later translated into a chapter in a book, Deutsche Schwankliteratur, so editor asked me to drop the article).

483. “Unjust Rulers and Conflicts with Law and Sovereignty: The Case of Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan,” Law and Sovereignty in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Robert S. Sturgess. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 28 ([Turnhout]: Brepols, 2011), 3-22. 

484. “Männlichkeit und Geschlechts-Identität in der Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts,” »Ich bin ein Mann! Wer ist es mehr?« Männlichkeitskonzepte in der deutschen Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, ed. Barbara Hindinger and Martin-M. Langner (Munich: iudicium, 2011), 66-91.

485. “Sex on the Stage in an Early Medieval Convent: Hrotsvita of Gandersheim. A Tenth-Century Convent Playwright’s Successful Struggle Against the Roman Terence,” Orbis Litterarum 65.3 (2010): 167-200.

486. “Friendship—The Quest for a Human Ideal and Value. From Antiquity to the Early Modern Time,” Friendship in the Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandige. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 6 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 1-183.

487. “Friendship in the Heroic Epics: Rüedegêr in the Nibelungenlied,” Friendship in the Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen and Marilyn Sandige. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 6 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2010), 429-43.

488. “The Nibelungenlied: Myth and History: A Middle High German Epic Poem at the Crossroads of Past and Present, Despair and Hope,” Epic and History, ed. David Konstans and Kurt Raaflaub. The Ancient World: Comparative Histories (Malden, MA, Oxford, and Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), 262-79.    
    
489. “Friends and Friendship in Heroic Epics: With a Focus on Beowulf, Chanson de Roland, the Nibelungenlied, and Njal’s Saga,” Neohelicon 38.1 (2011): 121-39.

490. “Boethius (ca. 475/77–524 or 525 C. E.),” The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 13 August 2011[http://staging.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=466],

491. “Jesuitas alemanes en España de camino al nuevo mundo: Contacto y conflicto entre culturas,” Estereotipos interculturales german-españoles, ed. Berta Raposo and Isabel Gutiérrez (Valencia: Universidad de Valencia, 2011), 45-56.

492. “Late Medieval German Literature,” Oxford Bibliographies Online (May 17, 2015 http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com/view/document/obo-97801953993… (11310 words); updated and revised, April 26, 2018: http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195399301/obo…

492. “Einleitung,” Religion und Gesundheit in der Frühen Neuzeit: Der heilkundliche Diskurs im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 3 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), 1-52.

493. “Die Figur des Arztes in der deutschen und europäischen Literatur des Spätmittelalters und der Frühneuzeit, speziell im Hinblick auf Paracelsus’ Lehren über die rechte Ausbildung zum Arzt,” Religion und Gesundheit in der Frühen Neuzeit: Der heilkundliche Diskurs im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 3 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), 244-73.

494. “Suffering in Konrad Fleck’s Flore und Blanscheflur as a Catalyst in the Meeting with the Foreign: Emotional Bonds with the Orient in a Late-Medieval Sentimental Romance,” Neophilologus 95.4 (2011): 605-625.

495. “Humanities — To Be Or Not To Be, That Is The Question,” Editorial for the journal Humanities—Open Access Journal (Sept. 16, 2011), http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/1/1/54

496. “Performance, Orality, and Communication in Medieval Women’s Convents in Light of the Plays of Hrotsvit of Gandersheim,” Understanding Monastic Practices of Oral Communication (Western Europe, Tenth-Thirteenth Centuries), ed. Steven Vanderputten. Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2011), 231-43.        

497. “Courtliness and Transgression at Arthur’s Court: With Emphasis on the Middle High German Poet Neidhart and the Anonymous Verse Novella Mauritius von Craûn,” Arthuriana 20.4 (2010): 3-19.

498. “Erotik in den Liedern Oswalds von Wolkenstein,” Ich Wolkenstein 1445-2011, ed. Hans-Dieter Mück (Bozen: Athesia, 2011), 233-34.

499. “The Symbolic Meaning of Water in Medieval Literature: A Comparative Approach,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 46.2 (2011): 245-67.

500. “Introduction,” War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature, 800-1800, ed. A. Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), 1-80.
                                
501. “The Power of Sermons in War and Peace: The Example of Berthold of Regensburg,” War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature, 800-1800, ed. A. Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), 313-32.

502. “Sixteenth-Century Protests Against War and Its Tragic Consequences: The Testimony of Hans Sachs and His Contemporaries,” War and Peace: Critical Issues in European Societies and Literature, 800-1800, ed. A. Classen and Nadia Margolis. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 8 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2011), 517-40.     

503. “Traveler, Linguist, Pilgrim, Observer, and Scientist: Arnold von Harff Explores the Near East and Finds Himself Among Fascinating Foreigners,” Ain güt geboren edel man: A Festschrift for Winder McConnell on the Occasion of His Sxity-Fifth Birthday, ed. Gary C. Shockey with Gail E. Finney and Clifford A. Bernd. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 757 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2011), 195-248.

504. “The Scientific and Religious Exploration of the World in the Name of God: Jesuit Missionaries as Anthropologists and Natural Scientists in the New World. With a Focus on the Swiss Jesuit Philipp Segesser,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 6 (2011): 45-62.

505. “Die Rezeption mittelalterlicher Lieddichtung in Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Mediävistische Spurensuche in einem romantischen Meisterwerk,” Lied und populäre Kultur: Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs 49 (2004): 81-101 (late reported)

506. “Crying in Public and in Private: Tears and Crying in Medieval German Literature,” Crying in the Middle Ages: Tears of History, ed. Elina Gertsman. Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture (New York and London: Routledge, 2012), 230-48.

507. “Religious Utopia in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan: Was Gottfried Influenced by Mystics such as Hildegard von Bingen?,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 68 (2011): 143-67.

508. “Gender Crossing, Spiritual Transgression, and the Epistemological Experience of the Divine in Mystical Discourse: Hildegard of Bingen,” Medieval Perspectives 18 (2003/2011): 50-78.

509. “The Torturous and Random Process of the Canonization in Literary History from the Middle Ages to the Present. The Case of Erasmus Widmann as an Example – The Victimization of a Poet Oddly Situated between Epochs, Cultures, and Religions,” Studia Neophilologica 83.1 (2011): 94-103.

510. “Georg Forster - ein Liedersammler als Zeuge des globalen Medienwandels: “‘Volkslieder’ als späte Zeugen der kollektiv-populären Kultur des Spätmittelalters,” Kultur- und kommunikationshistorischer Wandel des Liedes im 16. Jahrhundert, ed. id., Michael Fischer, and Nils Grosch. Populäre Kultur und Musik, 3 (Münster, New York, et al.: Waxmann, 2012), 35-56.

511. “Translation as the Catalyst of Cultural Transfer,”in Humanities—Open Access Journal Humanities 2012, 1, 72-79. (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/humanities) (http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/1/1/72/; last accessed on March 30, 2012).

512. “In Memorian, Fritz Wagner (14 July 1934 - 27 March 2011),” Journal of Medieval Latin 21 (2011): ix-xii.

513. “Tradition and Innovation in the World of Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Centuries Popular Song Poetry: From Oswald von Wolkenstein to the Songbooks by Georg Forster,” Fifteenth-Century Studies 37 (2012): 1-16.

514. “Translating and Translators in the Middle Ages: Linguistic Challenges Perceived Through Literary Eyes,” Aspects of Literary Translation: Building Linguistic and Cultural Bridge in Past and Present, ed. Eva Parra-Membrives, Miguel Ángel García Peinado, Albrecht Classen. Translation, Text and Interferences, 1 (Tübingen: Narr, 2012), 17-41.

515. With Eva Parra-Membrives and Miguel Ángel García Peinado, “Introduction,” Aspects of Literary Translation: Building Linguistic and Cultural Bridge in Past and Present, ed. Eva Parra-Membrives, Miguel Ángel García Peinado, Albrecht Classen. Translation, Text and Interferences, 1 (Tübingen: Narr, 2012), 9-15.

516. “The Experience of Exile in Medieval German Heroic Poetry,” Medieval German Textrelations: Translations, Editions, and Studies (Kalamazoo Paper 2010-2011), ed. by Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 765 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2012), 83-110.

517. “Life Writing as a Slave in Turkish Hands: Georgius of Hungary’s Reflections About His Existence in the Turkish World,” Neohelicon 39.1 (2012): 55-72; online: http://www.springer.com/home?SGWID=0-0-1003-0-0&aqId=2260685&download=1… (19 )

518. “Wer hat Angst vor dem bösen Wolf? Gedichte schreiben und Gedichte lesen: Reflexionen über ein altes und immer neues Problem,”  XVIII.1 (2012): 38-44.

519. “Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg,” Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 1-109.

520. “Die Glorie Gottes im mystischen Gedicht: Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (1633-1694),” Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein Philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg, ed. Albrecht Classen. Theophrastus Paracelsus Studien, 4 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 339-60.

521. “Self and Other in Contemporary German Literature: Confrontation with the Foreign World in the Novels by Renate Ahrens,” Journal of Literature and Art Studies 2.3 (2012): 365-76 (http://www.davidpublishing.com/davidpublishing/Upfile/6/3/2012/20120603…).
    
522. “The Epistemological Function of Monsters in the Middle Ages: From The Voyage of Saint Brendan to Herzog Ernst, Marie de France, Marco Polo and John Mandeville. What Would We Be Without Monsters in Past and Present!” Lo Sguardo: Rivista di filologia 9.2 (2012): 13-34 (https://www.academia.edu/6744378/The_Epistemological_Function_of_Monste…
Polo_and_John_Mandeville._What_Would_We_Be_Without_Monsters_in_Past_and_Present_).

523. “Europäische Liebeslyrik im frühen 15. Jahrhundert. Oswald von Wolkenstein aus interdisziplinärer Sicht: Seine Zeitgenossen Christine de Pizan, John Lydgate und
Giannozzo Sacchetti,” Etudes germaniques 67.2 (2012): 235-57.

524. “The Mountain in Medieval German Literature Terra Incognita, Terrifying Geographical Location, or Overlooked but Important Entities in Medieval Mentality,” Heights of Reflection: Mountains in the German Imagination from the Middle Ages to the Twenty-First Century, ed. Sean Ireton and Caroline Schaumann (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2012), 35-56.
            
525. “Chess in Medieval German Literature: A Mirror of Social-Historical and Cultural, Religious, Ethical, and Moral Conditions,” Chess in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: A Fundamental Thought Paradigm of the Premodern World, ed. Daniel E. O’Sullivan. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 10 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 17-44.

526. “Winter as a Phenomenon in Medieval Literature: A Transgression of the Traditional Chronotopos?,” Mediaevistik 24 (2011): 125-50.

527. “Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: A Significant Domain Ignored For Too Long by Modern Research?,” Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen, with the collaboration of Christopher R. Clason. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 1-191.

528. “Utopian Space in the Countryside: Love and Marriage Between a Knight and a Peasant Girl in Medieval German Literature. Hartmann von Aue’s Der arme Heinrich, Anonymous, ‘Dis ist von dem Heselin,’ Walther von der Vogelweide, Oswald von Wolkenstein, and Late-Medieval Popular Poetry,” Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen, with the collaboration of Christopher R. Clason. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 251-79.

529. “Rural Space in Late Medieval Books of Hours: Book Illustrations as Looking-Glass into Medieval Mentality and Mirrors of Ecocriticism,” Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: The Spatial Turn in Premodern Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen, with the collaboration of Christopher R. Clason. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 9 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 529-59.

530. “Die Erfahrung mit dem Nichts und dem Unsinn: Poetologische, fast schon postmoderne Experimente im Mittelalter: Der Troubadour Guillaume le Neuf, mittelhochdeutsche Sangspruchdichtung des 13. Jahrhunderts und Vertreter der ‘Volkslieddichtung’ des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CXIII.2 (2012): 145-63.

531. “Gottfried von Strassburg - a Medieval Humanist,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 7 (2012): 115-30.

532. “Early Outreaches from Medieval Christendom to the Muslim East: Wolfram von Eschenbach, Ramon Llull and Nicholas of Cusa Explore Options to Communicate with Representatives of Arabic Islam: Tolerance Already in the Middle Ages?,” Studia Neophilologica 84.2 (2012): 1-15; http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00393274.2012.728414

533. Together with Connie Scarborough, “Introduction: Crime, Transgression, and Deviancy: Behaviors that Define Us All,” Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Mental-Historical Investigations of Basic Human Problems and Social Responses, ed. Albrecht Classen and Connie Scarborough. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 11 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 1-28.

534. Crime and Violence in the Middle Ages: The Case of Heinrich der Glichezare/s Reinhart fuchs and Wernher der Gartenære’s Helmbrecht,” Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Mental-Historical Investigations of Basic Human Problems and Social Responses, ed. Albrecht Classen and Connie Scarborough. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 11 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2012), 131-58.

535. “Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time,” Neophilologus 97.1 (2013): 131-45.

536. “The Role of the Humanities Past and Present: Future Perspectives Based on Ancient Ideas: Reflections by a Medievalist,” Alfinge: Revista de Filología 24 (2012): 9-30.

537. “Die Figur des Arztes in den spätmittelalterlichen Fastnachtspielen,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 47.3 (2012): 429-42.        
    
538. “The Devil in the Early Modern World and in Sixteenth-Century German Devil Literature,” The Faustian Century: German Literature in the Age of Luther and Faustus, ed. J. M. van der Laan and Andrew Weeks (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2013), 257-83.

539. “A New Voice in the Canon of Seventeenth-Century German Poetry: Erasmus Widmann’s Entertaining and Religious Songs,” Lied und populäre Kultur: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 57 (2012): 377-91.

540. “The Symbolic and Metaphorical Role of Ships in Medieval German Literature: A Maritime Vehicle that Transforms the Protagonist,” Mediaevistik 25 (2012; appeared in 2013): 15-33.

541. “Introduction: The Authority of the Written Word, the Sacred Object, and the Spoken Word: A Highly Contested Discourse in the Middle Ages, With a Focus on the Poet Wolfram von Eschenbach and the Mystic Hildegard von Bingen,” Authorities in the Middle Ages: Influence, Legitimacy, and Power in Medieval Society, ed. Sini Kangas, Mia Korpiola, and Tuija Aionen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 12 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013), 1-24.

542. “Marco Polo and John Mandeville: The Traveler as Authority Figure, the Real and the Imaginary,” Authorities in the Middle Ages: Influence, Legitimacy, and Power in Medieval Society, ed. Sini Kangas, Mia Korpiola, and Tuija Aionen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 12 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013), 239-48.
    
543. “Was There a German ‘Geoffrey Chaucer’ in the Late Middle Ages? The Rediscovery of Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives as Literary Masterpieces,” Studia Neophilologica 85.1 (2013): 57-72.

544. “Encounters Between East and West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Many Untold Stories About Connections and Contacts, Understanding and Misunderstanding,” East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Transcultural Experiences in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 14 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013), 1-222.

545. “The Encounter with the Foreign in Medieval and Early Modern German Literature: Fictionality as a Springboard for Non-Xenophobic Approaches in the Middle Ages: Herzog Ernst, Wolfram von Eschenbach, Konrad von Würzburg, Die Heidin, and Fortunatus,” East Meets West in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: Transcultural Experiences in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 14 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2013), 457-87.

546. “Complex Relations Between Jews and Christians in Late Medieval German and Other Literature,” Jews in Medieval Christendom: “Slay them Not”, ed. Kristine T. Utterback and Merrall Llewelyn Price (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2013), 313-38.
                                        
547. “Spätmittelalterliche Frauenklöster im deutschsprachigen Raum als Zentren der Literaturproduktion, Kulturvermittlung und Lehre,” Zwischen Herrschaft und Kunst: Fürstliche und adlige Frauen im Zeitalter Elisabeths von Nassau-Saarbrücken (14.-16.-Jh.), ed. Wolfgang Haubrichs and Patricia Oster. Veröffentlichungen der Kommisssion für Saarländische Landesgeschichte und Volksforschung, 44 (Saarbrücken: SDV Saarländische Druckerei und Verlag, 2013), 331-48.

548. “The Discovery of the Mountain as an Epistemological Challenge: A Paradigm Shift in the Approach to Highly Elevated Nature. Petrarch’s Ascent to Mont Ventoux and Emperor Maximilian’s Theuerdank,” The Book of Nature and Humanity in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. David Hawkes and Richard G. Newhauser, with the assistance of Nathaniel Bump. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 29 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), 3-18.
    
549. “The Monster Outside and Within: Medieval Literary Reflections on Ethical Epistemology. From Beowulf to Marie de France, the Nibelungenlied, and Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine,” Neohelicon 40.2 (2013): 521-42. http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs11059-013-0198-5.pdf).

550. “The Challenges of the Humanities, Past, Present, and Future: Why the Middle Ages Mean So Much For Us Today and Tomorrow,” Humanities Open Access 3.1 (2014) (http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/3/1/1); also posted on SMH Historians, online at: http://www.medievalists.net/2014/03/17/middle-ages-mean-much-us-today-t…

551. “Lachen mit den und über die Alten: Kulturhistorische Reflexionen über den frühneuzeitlichen Diskurs zum Alter mit Schwerpunkt auf der deutschen Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Methoden der Alter(n)sforschung: Disziplinäre Positionen und transdisziplinäre Perspektiven, ed. Andrea von Hülsen-Esch, Miriam Seidler, and Christian Tagsold (Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 2013), 167-88.

552. “Der Stadt-Igel - ein kulturhistorisches Modell für DaF,” Futhark: Revista de investigación 8 (2013): 89-106.

553. “Einleitung,” Literatur am Rand: Perspektiven der Trivialliteratur vom Mittelalter bis zum 21. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra-Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 1 (Tübingen: Narr Verlag, 2013), 7-32.

554. “Trivial Literature in Past and Present: Did the Middle Ages Know the Concept of Triviality? With a Focus on The Pleier’s Meleranz,” Literatur am Rand: Perspektiven der Trivialliteratur vom Mittelalter bis zum 21. Jahrhundert, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra-Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 1 (Tübingen: Narr Verlag, 2013), 93-116.

555. “Anna Ovena Hoyers,” 500 Jahre Reformation: Von Frauen gestaltet“ (www.frauen-und-reformation.de; specifically: http://frauen-und-reformation.de/?s=bio&id=74 (1,418 words) (Jan. 28, 2014).                

556. “Medieval Mysticism: Superabundance of Divine Grace,” The Living Pulpit (http://www.pulpit.org/2013/11/medieval-mysticism-superabundance-of-divi…) (Winter issue 2013).

557. “The World of Peasants in Early Modern German Literature: Peasants in the Works of Wickram and Kirchhof,” Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 48.3 (2013): 415-38.

558. “Mountains as a Novel Staging Ground in Late-Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Felix Fabri’s Evagatorium (1493), Aeneas Silvio Piccolomini’s Historia Austrialis (after 1452), and Emperor Maximilian’s Theuerdank from 1517,” Medievalia et Humanistica NS 39 (2014): 1-23.

559. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” The Virgil Encyclopedia, ed. Richard Thomas and Jan Ziolkowski, online, Dec. 31, 2013, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118351352.wbve0979/pdf

560. “[Virgil] in the German Middle Ages,” The Virgil Encyclopedia, ed. Richard Thomas and Jan Ziolkowski, online, Dec. 31, 2013, pp. 1-2; http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118351352.wbve0901/pdf

561. “The Role of the Forest in German Literature: From the Medieval Forest to the Grünes Band. Motif Studies and Motivational Strategies for the Teaching of the Middle Ages,” Journal of Literature and Art Studies 4.3 (2014): 149-64. http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&…

562. “Ludämilia Elisabeth Gräfin und Fräulein zu Schwarzburg und Rudolstadt,” online at: 500 Jahre Reformation: Von Frauen gestaltet, http://www.frauen-und-reformation.de/?s=bio&id=84

563. “Dialectics and Courtly Love: Abelard and Heloise, Andreas Capellanus, and the Carmina Burana,” Journal of Medieval Latin 23 (2013): 161-83.

564. “Fremdbegegnung, Dialog, Austausch, und Staunen: Xenologische Phänomene in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. Vom Hildebrandslied bis zum Fortunatus,” Mediaevistik 26 (2013): 183-206.    

565. “A Global Epistolary Network: Eighteenth-Century Jesuit Missionaries Write Home. 
With an Emphasis on Philipp Segesser’s Correspondence from Sonora/Mexico,” Studia Neophilologica 86.1 (2014): 79-94.

566. “The Mirror Image in Neidhart’s Poetry: Destabilization of the Social Structure by Means of Sexual Competition,” Studi medievali 55.1 (2014): 165-88.

567. “Irony in Medieval and Early Modern German Literature (Nibelungenlied, Mauritius von Craûn, Johannes von Tepl’s Ackermann): The Encounter of the Menschlich-Allzumenschlich in a Medieval Context,” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 113.2 (2014): 184-205.

568. “The Scientific, Anthropological, Geological, and Geographic Exploration of Northern Mexico by Eighteenth-Century German Jesuit Missionaries: A Religious and Scientific 
Network of Multilingual Writers. With a Focus on Johann Nentuig and Marcus Antonius Kappus,” Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 122.1 (2014): 40-61.

569. “Wie übersetzt man minne ins Neuhochdeutsche und was heist das? Theorie des Uebersetzens, Sinnfrage und Identitätssuche auf philologischer Ebene: Walther von der Vogelweide (Lyrik) und Wolfram von Eschenbach (Titurel),” Германские языки и проблемы переводоведения в современном полилингвальном/Germanic Languages and Translation Issues in the Multilingual World, 23.-24 May 2014 (Astana: EHY, 2014), 14-23.

570. “Vom Mære zum Prosa-Schwank des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts: Tradition und Transformation einer literarischen Gattung vom frühen Mittelalter bis zur Frühneuzeit,” Kontinuitäten und Neuerungen in Textsorten- und Textallianztraditionen vom 13. bis zum 18. Jahrhundert, ed. Jörg Meier and Peter Ernst. Germanistische Arbeiten zur Sprachgeschichte, 10 (Berlin: Weidler, 2014), 295-321. 

571. “Anticlericalism and Criticism of Clerics in Medieval and Early-Modern German Literature,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 72 (2014): 283-306.

572. “Storms, Shipwrecks, and Life-Changing Experiences in Late Medieval German Literature.
From Oswald von Wolkenstein to Emperor Maximilian,” Oxford German Studies 43.3 (2014): 212-28.            

573. “Vergangen aber nicht vergessen: Mittelalterliche Literatur im heutigen Deutschunterricht: Fremde, zugleich aufregende Perspektiven für Studenten des 21. Jahrhunderts,” Literatur in Deutsch als Fremdsprache und internationaler Germanistik: Konzepte, Themen, Forschungsperspektiven, ed. Claus Altmayer, Michael Dobstadt, Renate Riedner, and Carmen Schier (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2014), 107-18.

574. “Mental and Physical Health, Spirituality and Religion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Medieval Answers for Our Future? With Special Emphasis on Spiritual Healing Through Narratives of Mourning: Johannes of Tepl and Christine de Pizan,” Mental Health, Spirituality, and Religion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 15 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2014), 1-154.

575. “Sexuality or Pornography (?) in Oswald von Wolkenstein’s Poetry,” Earthly and Spiritual Pleasures in Medieval Life, Literature, Art, and Music: In Memory of Ulrich Müller, vol. I, ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 779 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2014), 137-57.
        
576. “Wolfram von Eschenbach,” Oxford Bibliographies, online (an extensive commented bibliography on this poet): http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195396584/obo… (last accessed Sept. 30, 2014)

577. “India Perceived Through the Eyes of Sixteenth-Century Readers: Ludovico de Varthema’s Bestseller on the Early Modern Book Markets—A Narrative Landmark of the Emerging Positive Evaluation of curiositas,” Medievalia et Humanistica 40 (2015): 1-24.
        
578. “Musik und Musizierpraxis in den jesuitischen Missionsstätten Sonoras: Kulturhistorische Perspektiven im anthropologisch-religiösen Kontext,” Die Musik- und Theaterpraxis der Jesuiten im kolonialen Amerika: Grundlagen, Desiderate, Forschungsperspektiven, ed. Christian Storch (Sinzig, Germany: Studio Verlag, 2014), 133-47.

579. “Gottfried von Straßburg,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, ed. Dale C. Allison, Jr., Christine Helmer, Thomas Chr. Römer, Choon-Leong Seow, Volker Leppin, Hermann Spieckermann, Barry Dov Walfish, and Eric J. Ziolkowski (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), online at: 10.1515/ebr.gottfriedofstrassburg 

580. “Hartmann von Aue,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, ed. Dale C. Allison, Jr., Christine Helmer, Thomas Chr. Römer, Choon-Leong Seow, Volker Leppin, Hermann Spieckermann, Barry Dov Walfish, and Eric J. Ziolkowski (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), online at: 10.1515/ebr.hartmannofaue.        

581. “Die Herausforderung des Begriffes minne im Translationsprozess: Theorie des Übersetzens, Sinnfrage und Identitätssuche auf philologischer Ebene: Walther von der Vogelweide (Lyrik) und Wolfram von Eschenbach (Titurel),” Mediaevistik 27 (2014; appeared in 2015): 45-58.
                        
582. “The Amazons,” The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, ed. Patricia Whelehan and Anne Bolin (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), 67-69 (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118896877.wbiehs022/full)

583. “The Chastity Belt,” The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, ed. Patricia Whelehan and Anne Bolin (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), 210-11 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118896877.wbiehs083/full

584. “Globalerwärmung im Mittelalter als Grundlage für die Entstehung der höfischen Liebe?,” Wandlungsprozesse der Mentalitätsgeschichte, ed. Peter Dinzelbacher and Friedrich Harrer (Baden-Baden: Deutscher Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2015), 121-46.

585. “Ulrich Müller – In Memoriam,” Studies and New Texts of the Nibelungenlied, Walther, Neidhart, Oswald, and Other Works in Medieval German Literature: In Memory of Ulrich Müller II (Kalamazoo Papers 2014), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 780 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2015), 13-18.

586. “Everyday Life and Social Conflicts in the Poetry of Neidhart: A Look behind the Fictional Screen by a Satirical Poet,”Studies and New Texts of the Nibelungenlied, Walther, Neidhart, Oswald, and Other Works in Medieval German Literature: In Memory of Ulrich Müller II (Kalamazoo Papers 2014), ed. Sibylle Jefferis. Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, 780 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 2015), 103-30.

587. “George of Hungary,” Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibiographical History. Vol. VII: Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and South America (1500-1600), ed. David Thomas and John Chesworth (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015), 36-40.

588. “Family and Kinship in Early Modern German Prose Novels: Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine and the Anonymous Fortunatus,” Orbis Litterarum 70.5 (2015): 353-79.

589. “German Literary Historians as Guardians of Culture and Intellectual Memory: Challenges and Promises from the Past and the Present. Memory as Cultural Identity,” Studia Neophilologica 87.1 (2015): 186-201.

590. “Medieval Studies within German Studies: The Nibelungenlied and Hartmann von Aue’s Der arme Heinrich),” Taking Stock of German Studies in the United States: The New Millennium, ed. Rachel Halverston and Carol Anne Costabile Heming. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2015), 52-67.

591. “Wounding the Body and Freeing the Spirit. Dorothea von Montau’s Bloody Quest for Christ, a Late-Medieval Phenomenon of the Extraordinary Kind,” Wounds and Wound Repair in Medieval Culture, ed. Larissa Tracy and Kelly DeVries. Explorations in Medieval Culture, 1 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2015), 417-47.

592. “The Medieval Chastity Belt - Myth or Reality?” http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/160509; and http://time.com/4061117/medieval-chastity-belt-myth/ (last accessed on Oct. 2, 2015)

593. “Transcultural Experiences in the Late Middle Ages: The German Literary Discourse on the Mediterranean World – Mirrors, Reflections, and Responses,”Humanities Open Access 2015, 4(4), 676-701; doi:10.3390/h4040676 (registering DOI); http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/4/4/676

594. “Medieval Culture—An Introduction to a New Handbook,” Medieval Culture: A Handbook. Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), vol. 1, 1-17

595. “Love, Sex, and Marriage in the Middle Ages,” Medieval Culture: A Handbook. Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), vol. 2, 901-36.

596. “Roads, Streets Bridges, and Travelers,”Medieval Culture: A Handbook. Fundamental Aspects and Conditions of the European Middle Ages, ed. Albrecht Classen. 3 vols. (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015), vol. 3, 1511-34.

597. “Disrupted Festivities in Medieval Courtly Literature: Poetic Reflections on the Social and Ethical Decline in Mauritius von Craûn, The Stricker’s Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal, and Heinrich Wittenwiler’s Der Ring,” Neophilologus 100.1 (2016): 87-104 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11061-015-9461-5

598. “Toleration and Tolerance in the Middle Ages: Medieval Perspectives for Our Future,” The Living Pulpit 24 (2015): 9-14.

599. “Schrecken und Grauen, Mord und Totschlag: Das Entsetzen literarisch eingefangen.
Spiegelung des Schmerzes und brutaler Misshandlungen in Elisabeths von Nassau-Saarbrücken Loher und Maller (1437),” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CXVI.1 (2015): 133-47.

600. “Friendship, Death, and Boethian Philosophy in the High Middle Ages: The Meaning of the Past for Our Present and Future. With a Special Focus on Lawrence of Durham’s Consolatio (1141) and Aelred of Rievaulx’s De Spirituali Amicitia (1164-1167),” Medieval Perspectives 28 (2013): 9-31. (reported late)

601. “Mystical Visions and Spiritual Health: Medieval Mysticism As A Platform for the Exploration of Human Spirituality and Happiness: The Transcendence of the Body in the Quest for the Godhead - A Message for Us Today?,” Studies in Spirituality 25 (2015): 117-38.

602. “Stolberg-Wernigerode, Anna zu,” Frauen in Sachsen-Anhalt: Ein biographisch-bibliographisches Lexikon vom Mittelalter bis zum 18. Jahrhundert, ed. Eva Labouvie (Cologne, Weimar, and Vienna: Böhlau, 2016), 350-51.

603. “Haselnüsse, Erotik und Epistemologie in der Literatur des Mittelalters,” Fabula 56.1-2 (2015): 79-94.

604. “Ein großes Gelage mit ernsthaften Folgen, erzählerisch reflektiert: Weinkonsum und Wirtshausszene in ‘Der Wiener Meerfahrt’,” ‘Tschuldigung...: Kuriose Miszellen. Andreas Meyer zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. Dorett Elodie Werhahn-Piorkowski, Hendrik Baumbach, and Alexander Maul (Marburg: private printing, 2015), 7-10.

605. “Royal Figures as Nation Builders – King Kamehameha and Charlemagne: Myth Formation in the European Early Middle Ages and in Eighteenth-and Nineteenth-Century Polynesian Hawai’i,” Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal 3.2 (2016): 112-15 (http://scholarpublishing.org/index.php/ASSRJ/article/view/1837/pdf); and in Journal of East-West Thought 4.6 (2016): 85-91.

606. “Introduction,” Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016), 7-29.

607. “Bestsellers in the European Middle Ages? An Examination of Some of the Most Popular Books in the Premodern Era. With Reflections on Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Bestseller – Yesterday and Today: A Look from the Margin to the Center of Literary Studies, ed. Albrecht Classen and Eva Parra Membrives. Popular Fiction Studies, 2 (Tübingen: Narr, 2016), 83-103.        

608. “Anna Ovena Hoyers,”“...von gar nicht abschätzbarer Bedeutung”: Frauen schreiben Reformationsgeschichte, ed. Kerstin Klein (Kiel: Lutherische Verlagsgesellschaft, 2016), 24-25 (http://www.frauenwerk.nordkirche.de/de/frauen_reformation.htm).

609. “The Meaning of Literature and Literature as Meaning—A Productive Challenge of Modern Times from the Middle Ages,” Humanities Open Access  5.2 (April 2016): http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/5/2/24/htm

610. “Das innovative Erfolgsrezept der Eleonore von Österreich (ca. 1450-1460): Wie erreichte Pontus und Sidonia den Status eines Bestsellers?,” Etudes Germaniques 71.1 (2016): 103-28.

611. “Death and the Culture of Death: Universal Cultural-Historical Observations, with an Emphasis on the Middle Ages,” Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 1-57.

612. “Death, Sinfulness, the Devil, and the Clerical Author: The Late Medieval German Didactic Debate Poem Des Teufels Netz and the World of Craftsmanship,” Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times: The Material and Spiritual Conditions of the Culture of Death, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 16 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 277-96.

613. “From Erotic Scandal to the Violent Scandalous: The Translation of the Fablel into the Courtly Verse Novella Mauritius von Craûn: Intercultural Transformations as Results of Translation Strategies,” Leuvense Bijdragen 101 (2017): 1-20.

614. “What Environmentalists (and the Rest of Us) Can Learn from the Middle Ages About the Importance of Forests,” History News Network (http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/160548; 9-20-15).

615. “Craftsmanship and the Guilds in the Late Middle Ages: The Testimony of Des Teufels Netz and of the Mendel and Landauer Housebooks,” History Research, Jan.-Mar., 2016, Vol. 6, No. 1, 23-39 doi 10.17265/2159-550X/2016.01.003

616. “The Erotic and the Quest for Happiness in the Middle Ages. What Everybody Aspires to and Hardly Anyone Truly Achieves,” Eroticism in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Magic, Marriage, and Midwifery, ed. Ian Moulton. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 39 (Tempe, AZ, and Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2016), 1-33.

617. “The Myth of Charlemagne: From the Early Middle Ages to the Late Sixteenth Century,” peer-reviewed online article at http://www.charlemagne-icon.ac.uk/further-reading/articles/; or: http://www.charlemagne-icon.ac.uk/wp-content/blogs.dir/332/files/2016/0…

618. “‘Der Wald war sein Schicksal . . . .’ An Ecocritical Reading of the Nibelungenlied,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 76 (2016): 270-89.

619. “The Innovative Perception of Space (Europe) in Late Medieval German Literature The Spatial Turn in Light of Eleonore of Austria’s Pontus und Sidonia (ca. 1450-1460),” Neohelicon 43.2 (2016): 543-57; http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11059-016-0347-8?wt_mc=Intern…

620. “Jesuit Missionaries Building a Global Network: Eighteenth-Century Exploration of the World in the Name of God. A Story of Disjointed Memory,” Annales Missiologici Posnanienses 19 (2014; appeared in 2016): 91-105.    

621. “Marital and Ethical Problems at Court: Pontus and Sidonia by Eleonore of Austria: 
A Late Medieval Contribution to Austrian Literature,” The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 70.1 (2016): 23-33.

622. “Angst vor dem Tod: Jämmerliche Männerfiguren in der deutschen Literatur des Spätmittelalters (von Mauritius von Craûn zu Heinrich Kaufringer und Till Eulenspiegel),” Jenseits: Eine mittelalterliche und mediävistische Imagination: Interdisziplinäre Ansätze zur Analyse des Unerklärlichen, ed. Christa Agnes Tuczay. Beihefte zur Mediävistik, 21 (Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2016), 213-31.

623. “Guildeluëc in Marie de France’s “Eliduc” as the Avatar of Heloise? The Destiny of Two Twelfth-Century Women,” Quaestiones Medii Aevii Novae (Poland) 20 (2015): 395-412.

624. “Multilingualism in the Middle Ages: Theoretical and Historical Reflections: An Introduction,” Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 1-46.

625. “Multilingualism in Medieval Europe: Pilgrimage, Travel, Diplomacy, and Linguistic Challenges. The Case of Felix Fabri and His Contemporaries,” Multilingualism in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Communication and Miscommunication in the Premodern World, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 17 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016), 279-311.

626. “Old High German Missionary Activities by Means of Zaubersprüche - Charms.
Anthropological-Religious Universals in the Early Middle Ages,” Kościoły w dobie chrystianizacji (Churches in the Era of Christianization, ed. Mariana Rędkowskiego. Wolińskie Spotkania Mediewistyczne III (Szczecin/Stettin: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Department of Archaeology, 2016), 77-88.

627. “Madness in the Middle Ages - An Epistemological Catalyst? Literary, Religious, and Theological Perspectives in Caesarius of Heisterbach’s Dialogus Miraculorum,” Hermeneutics of Textual Madness: Re-Readings/Herméneutique de la folie textuelle: Re-lectures, ed. M. J. Muratore. Biblioteca della Ricerca, 38 (Fasano, Italy: Schena Editore, 2016), vol. I, 339-68.

628. “A Slow Paradigm Shift: Late Fifteenth-Century Travel Literature and the Perception of the World: The Case of Hans von Waltheym (ca. 1422-1479),” Medievalia et Humanistica 42 (2017): 1-21.        

629. “The Transnational and the Transcultural in Medieval German Literature:
Spatial Identity and Pre-Modern Concepts of Nationhood in the Works of Wolfram von Eschenbach, Gottfried von Straßburg, Rudolf von Ems, and Konrad von Würzburg,” Mediaevistik 29 (2016): 175-94.

630. “The Late Medieval “Volksbuch” or ‘Prose Novel’,” Heroes and Heroines: “Volksbücher”: Prose Novels in Late Medieval Society, ed. Marion Hanke and Ina Nettekoven. Catalogue, 13 (Basel: Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books, 2017), 7-9.

631. “Der Wunderer. Hybridität, Erzähllogik und narrative Fragmentierung in der Literatur des deutschen Spätmittelalters,” Wirkendes Wort 66.3 (2016): 371-84.

632. “Introduction: Bathing, Health Care, Medicine, and Water in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age,” Bodily and Spiritual Hygiene in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Exploration of Textual Presentations of Filth and Water, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 19 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), 1-87.
            
633. “The ‘Dirty Middle Ages’: Bathing and Cleanliness in the Middle Ages. With Emphasis on Medieval German Courtly Romances, Early Modern Novels, and Art History: Another Myth Buster,” Bodily and Spiritual Hygiene in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Exploration of Textual Presentations of Filth and Water, ed. A. Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 19 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), 458-500.

634. “The Bitter, Biting Humor of Sarcasm in Medieval and Early Modern Literature,” Neophilologus 101.3 (2017): 417-31; online at: doi:10.1007/s11061-017-9526-8; also at: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs11061-017-9526-8.pdf

635. “The Gesta Romanorum - A Sammelbecken of Ancient Wisdom and Didactic Literature and a Foundation for Late Medieval Narrative Art. A Medieval ‘Bestseller’ Revisited,” Literature & Aesthetics (Open Access) 27.1 (2017): 73-98. https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/LA/article/view/11…

636. “Kartographie und Nationsbewusstsein in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters,” De Christine de Pizan à Hans Robert Jauss: Etudes offertes à Earl Jeffrey Richards par ses collègues et amis à l’occasion de son soixante-cinquième anniversaire, ed. Danielle Buschinger and Roy Rosenstein (Amiens: Presses du “Centre d’Études Mediévales de Picardie”, 2017), 182-93.

637. “Eine einsame Stimme für den Frieden im Mittelalter Der erstaunliche Fall von Kudrun,” Thalloris 1 (2016): 69-90.    

638. “Execution, Murder, and the Ordinary Appearance of Death in Late Medieval maeren
Pursuit of Honor, Satire, Disrespect, and Callousness,” Medievalia et Humanistica 43 (2017/2018): 45-64.

639-640. “Andreas Capellanus” and “John of Salisbury,” The Encyclopedia of British Medieval Literature, ed. Sian Echard, Robert Rouse, Jacqueline A. Fay, Helen Fulton, and Geoff Recto (Wiley Online Library), Aug. 2017

641. “The Melusine Figure in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century German Literature and Art:  Cultural-Historical Information Within the Pictorial Program. With a Discussion of the Melusine-Lüsterweibchen Connection,” Melusine’s Footprint: Tracing the Legacy of a Medieval Myth, ed. Misty Urban, Deva F. Kemmis, and Melissa Ridley Elmes. Explorations in Medieval Culture, 4 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2017), 74-94.

642. “The Marginalized Figure of the Dwarf and the Leper: Disability in the World of 
Tristan and Isolde and Beyond,” Studi medievali 58.2 (2017): 675-96.

643. “Rabbi Nissim and His Influence on Medieval German Literature: Rudolf von Ems’s Der guote Gêrhart and Heinrich Kaufringer’s “Der Einsiedler und der Engel”: Jewish Wisdom Teachings in the Middle High and Early Modern German Context,” Ashkenas 108.4 (2017): 349-69. doi:10.1515/asch-2017-0015

644. “Magic in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age – Literature, Science, Religion, Philosophy, Music, and Art: An Introduction,” Magic and Magicians in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Time: The Occult in Pre-Modern Sciences, Medicine, Literature, Religion, and Astrology, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 20 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), 1-108.

645. “Magic in Late Medieval German Literature: The Case of the Good Magician Malagis,” Magic and Magicians in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Time: The Occult in Pre-Modern Sciences, Medicine, Literature, Religion, and Astrology, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 20 (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2017), 523-45.

646. “Elusive Peace — A Glimmer of Hope from a Medieval Perspective: With an Emphasis on Saint Francis of Assisi and Christine de Pizan,” The Living Pulpit 26 (2017): 14-17.

647. “Long Forgotten Literary Gems?: Karl Heinrich Waggerl’s Images of the Simple Life: Ignorant Naivité or Ecocritical Perspecuity?,” Orbis Litterarum 73.3 (2017): 263-75; online at: 00: 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1111/oli.12176

648. “Boethius and No End in Sight: The Impact of De consolatione philosophiae on Early Modern German Literature From the Fifteenth Through the Seventeenth Century: Andreas Gryphius and Johann Scheffler (Angelus Silesius),” Daphnis 46 (2018): 448-66 (online at: doi 10.1163/18796583-04601010).

649. “Authors, Translators, Printers: Production and Reception of Novels Between Manuscripts and Print in Fifteenth-Century Germany,” Trust and Proof: Translators in Renaissance Print Culture, ed. Andrea Rizzi. Library of the Written Word, 63 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2018), 146-163.

650. “Der Dichter Neidhart in der anglofonen Forschung - ein Fremdling in der englischsprachigen Philologie?,” Neidhart und die Neidhart-Lieder: Ein Handbuch, ed. Margarete Springeth and Franz Viktor Spechtler (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018), 313-27.

651. “Sarcasm in Medieval German Literature: From the Hildebrandslied to Fortunatus. The Dark Side of Human Behavior,” Words that Tear the Flesh: Essays on Sarcasm in Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Cultures, ed. Alan Baragona and Elizabeth L. Rambo. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 21 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018), 249-69.
                
652. “The Gesta Romanorum in Light of Hartmann von Aue’s Gregorius and Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives: Transcultural and Translinguistic Exchanges from the Early Middle Ages and to the Early Modern Ages,” The Comparatist 41 (2017): 177-96.

653. “Liebe, Erotik und Sexualität in der deutschen und europäischen Literaturgeschichte: Eine Diskussion universeller Lebensbedingungen im fiktionalen Kontext,” Eros und Logos: Literarische Formen des sinnlichen Begehrens in der (deutschsprachigen) Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, ed. Albrecht Classen, Wolfgang Brylla, and Andrey Kotin. Popular Fiction Studies, 4 (Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto, 2018), 7-29.

654. “Erotik und Sexualität im Märe des Spätmittelalters: Sprachwitz, Intelligenz, Spiel und sexuelle Erfüllung,” Eros und Logos: Literarische Formen des sinnlichen Begehrens in der (deutschsprachigen) Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, ed. Albrecht Classen, Wolfgang Brylla, and Andrey Kotin. Popular Fiction Studies, 4 (Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto, 2018), 47-69.

655. “The Human Quest for Happiness and Meaning: Old and New Perspectives: Religious, Philosophical, and Literary Reflections from the Past as a Platform for Our Future
St. Augustine, Boethius, and Gautier de Coincy,” Athens Journal of Humanities & Arts 5.2 (2018): 179-206 (http://www.athensjournals.gr/humanities/2018-5-2-3-Classen.pdf)
                    
656. “Outsiders, Challengers, and Rebels in Medieval Courtly Literature: The Problem with the Courts in Courtly Romances,” Arthuriana 26.3 (2016): 67-90.

657. “Late Medieval German Literature,” Oxford Bibliographies Online (May 17, 2015; see above); http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com/view/document/obo-97801953993… (11310 words); updated and revised, April 26, 2018: http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780195399301/obo… (DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780195399301-0154).

658. “The Heuristic Value of German Literature: The Eternal Plea for the Relevance of Medieval and Early Modern Literature from a Practical/Pedagogical Perspective,” Literature & Aesthetics (Open Access) 28.1 (2018); online at: https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/LA/article/view/12….

659. “Alte Texte - zeitlose Botschaften: Das Mittelalter in DaF und Literaturunterricht: Das Fremde in der eigenen Kultur – die eigene Kultur im fremden Text,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 76 (2017): 508-29.

660. “Poetische Reflexionen der Geschlechterverhältnisse in Liederbüchern des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts: Der Fall des Heidelberger Liederbuchs und die Lieder von Erasmus Widmann,” ‘Teutsche Liedlein’ des 16. Jahrhunderts, ed. Achim Aurnhammer and Susanne Rode-Breymann. Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung, 35 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2018), 319-37.

661. “Toleration, Tolerance, or Intolerance in the Works of the Young Martin Luther: The Issue with Jews in Early Sixteenth-Century Christian World View,” Humanities and Social Science Research 1.1 (2018), online at: https://j.ideasspread.org/index.php/hssr/article/view/61/15

662. “STEM and Teaching German Language and Literature with an Interdisciplinary Approach: Eighteenth-Century Reports by German Jesuit Missionaries in the German Classroom,” Die Unterrichtspraxis 51.1 (2018): 53-62.

663. “Medieval Transculturality in the Mediterranean from a Literary-Historical Perspective
The Case of Rudolf von Ems’s Der guote Gêrhart (ca. 1220-ca. 1250),” Journal of Transcultural Medieval Studies 5.1 (2018): 133-60 (online at: https://www.degruyter.com/downloadpdf/j/jtms.2018.5.issue-1/jtms-2018-0…).        
    
664. “The Discourse About the Gender-Relationships on the Urban Stage: in Late-Medieval German Shrovetide Plays and Verse Narratives,” Performance and Theatricality in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Markus Cruse. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, 41 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2018), 111-33.

665. “Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Art: From the Corbels and Misericords to Late Medieval Manuscript Illustrations,” International Journal of History and Cultural Studies 4.4 (2018): 1-19; https://www.arcjournals.org/international-journal-of-history-and-cultur…

666. “Time, Space, and Travel in the Pre-Modern World: Theoretical and Historical Reflections. An Introduction,” Travel, Time, and Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time: Explorations of Worldly Perceptions and Processes of Identity Formation, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 22 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018), 1-75.

667. “Traveling to/in the North During the Middle Ages: The World of Northern Europe in Medieval and Early Modern Travel Narratives,” Travel, Time, and Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time: Explorations of Worldly Perceptions and Processes of Identity Formation, ed. Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 22 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2018), 285-310.

668. “Einleitung,” Japanisch-deutsche Gespräche über Fremdheit im Mittelalter: Interkulturelle und interdisziplinäre Forschungen in Ost und West, ed. Manshu Ide and Albrecht Classen. Stauffenburg Mediävistik, 2 (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2018), 7-14.

669. “Die Fremden und das Fremde in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters: Xenologische Reflexionen: Vom Hildebrandslied bis zum Fortunatus,” Japanisch-deutsche Gespräche über Fremdheit im Mittelalter: Interkulturelle und interdisziplinäre Forschungen in Ost und West, ed. Manshu Ide and Albrecht Classen. Stauffenburg Mediävistik, 2 (Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2018), 141-56.

670. “Mystical Literature for the Modern Reader - Responses to a Dilemma and Pragmatic Suggestions: With a Focus on Mechthild of Magdeburg,” Studies in Spirituality 28 (2018): 145-67.

671. “Everyday Life and Culture in the Late Middle Ages: The Evidence of the Tacuinum Sanitatis: Historical-Medical and Social-Cultural Aspects,” Mediaevistik 30 (2018): 225-40.

672. “Travel by Ship in the Late Middle Ages - Felix Fabri’s Pilgrimage Account as a Meticulous Eye-Witness Report,” International Journal of History and Cultural Studies 4.4 (2018): 42-50; https://www.arcjournals.org/pdfs/ijhcs/v4-i4/3.pdf

673. “Venedig als unterschwelliger und doch präsenter Faszinationspunkt in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit,” Venezia nel contesto globale/Venedig im globalen Kontext, ed. Romedio Schmitz-Esser. Centro tedesco di studi veneziani: Venetiana, 20 (Venice: Viella, 2018), 68-88.

674. “Spiel als Kultur und Spiel als Medium der Lebensbewältigung im Mittelalter: Vom Schachspiel und Liebeswerben hin bis zur literarischen Spielführung,” Etudes Germaniques 73.3 (2018): 333-55.

675. “The Agency of Wives in High Medieval German Courtly Romances and Late Medieval Verse Narratives: From Hartmann von Aue to Heinrich Kaufringer,” Quidditas 39 (2018): 25-53 (online at: https://humanities.byu.edu/rmmra/pdfs/39.pdf). 
                            
676. “The Challenges of the Humanities, Past, Present, and Future: Why the Middle Ages Mean So Much For Us Today and Tomorrow,” Thalloris 2 (2017): 191-217.

677. “Johann Scheffler (Angelus Silesius): The Silesian Mystic as a Boethian Thinker. Universal Insights, Ancient Wisdom, and Baroque Perspectives,” Humanities Open Access 7.127 (2018): 1-12, Dec. 4, 2018; file:///C:/Users/aclassen/Downloads/humanities-07-00127%20(2).pdf

678. “Waterways as Landmarks, Challenges, and Barriers for Medieval Protagonists: Crossing Rivers as Epistemological Hurdles in Medieval Literature,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 78 (2018): 441-67.

679. “German Baroque Poets and their Responses to the Thirty Years’ War: An Unchartered Literary Terrain,” Lied und populäre Kultur: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 63 (2018): 15-34.

680. “Dreams in the Middle Ages – Meaningful Experiences from the Past for Our Future?,” Living Pulpit, Dec. 1, 2018, online at http://www.pulpit.org/2018/12/dreams-meaningful-experiences-from-the-pa…

681. “Contracting Love Versus Courtly Love: Jans Enikel’s ‘Friedrich von Auchenfurt,’ the Anonymous Mauritius von Craûn, and Dietrich von der Gletze’s ‘Der Borte’,” Neohelicon 46.1 (2019): 159-81, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11059-019-00476-3; or: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11059-019-00476-3?wt_mc=aler…

682. “Messages from the Past for Our Current Crisis,”The Living Pulpit Feb. 22, 2019; http://www.pulpit.org/2019/02/messages-from-the-past-for-our-current-cr…

683. “Die iberische Halbinsel im frühen Mittelalter: Ausgangspunkt für interkulturelle Kontakte zwischen den Ottonen und den andalusischen Muslimen. Kulturhistorische Betrachtungen aus literarischer (Hrotsvit von Gandersheim) und chronikalischer Sicht (Johannes von Gorze,” arcadia 53.2 (2018): 397-418.    

684. “Hunde als Freunde und Begleiter in der deutschen Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart: Reaktion auf den ‘Animal Turn’ aus motivgeschichtlicher Sicht,” Etudes Germaniques 73.4 (2018): 441-66.

685. “The Joys (Juice) and Delights in Late Medieval Verse Narratives. Eroticism and Enlightenment in the Literary Discourse of the Old French Fabliaux,” The Rocky Mountain Review 72.2 (2018): 347‒63 (also at https://muse.jhu.edu/article/715650/pdf).

686. “Valentin Weigel and Boethius: Mystical-Philosophical Concepts in Late Sixteenth-Century Protestant Thinking,” Carmina Philosophiae 25 (2016/2019): 47-68.

687. “Treason and Deception in Late Medieval German Romances and Novels: Königin Sibille, Melusine, and Malagis,” Treason: Medieval and Early Modern Adultery, Betrayal, and Shame, ed. Larissa Tracey. Explorations in Medieval Culture, 10 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2019), 269-87.

688. “The Dream City in Medieval Literature: The Case of Herzog Ernst (ca. 1170/ca. 1220), Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur (ca. 1280), and Marco Polo’s Le Devisement du monde (ca. 1310),” Studia Neophilologica 91.3 (2019): 336-54; online at: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00393274.2019.1627242

689. “Feasts and Meals - Cultural-Historical Perspectives,” Living Pulpit 28.1 (Aug. 2019), https://www.pulpit.org/2019/07/feasts-and-meals-cultural-historical-per…

690. “Pleasure and Leisure from the Middle Ages to the early Nineteenth Century: The Rediscovery of a Neglected Dimension in Cultural History. Also an Introduction,” Pleasure and Leisure in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Cultural-Historical Perspectives on Toys, Games, and Entertainment. Edited by Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 23 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2019), 1-159.

691. “Drinking, Partying, and Drunkenness in Late Medieval German Verse Narratives and
Jest Narratives: Social Behavior at Court and in the City: Clash of the Literary Projection and the Situation on the Ground in the Late Middle Ages,” Pleasure and Leisure in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: Cultural-Historical Perspectives on Toys, Games, and Entertainment. Edited by Albrecht Classen. Fundamentals of Medieval and Early Modern Culture, 23 (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2019), 395-431.

692. “First Encounters: Menschen begegnen sich...,” Exhibition organized by the AATG. My own Banner: “Deutsche Jesuiten-Missionare: Segen oder Fluch,” (Febr.-Aug. 2019): https://www.aatg.org/page/FirstEncounters

693. “The Crisis of Spirituality in the Late Middle Ages: From the Twelfth Century to the Protestant Reformation; with an Emphasis on the Reformatio Sigismundi (1439),” Global Journal of Human-Social Science 19.2 (2019): 7-16, online at: https://globaljournals.org/GJHSS_Volume19/2-The-Crisis-of-Spirituality…

694. “The World of Miracles, Science, and Healing in Caesarius of Heisterbach’s Dialogus miraculorum (ca.1240) in Competition with Magic,” Quidditas 40 (2019): 90-121 (https://rmmra.byu.edu/files/2019/10/Quidditas-40-2019.pdf).

695. “Murder in Medieval German Literature - Disruptions and Challenges of Society. Crime and Self-Determination in the Pre-Modern World,” Neophilologus (Nov. 19, 2019): 1-21 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11061-019-09629-2.

696. “The Principles of Honor, Virtue, Leadership, and Ethics: Medieval Epics Speak Out against the Political Malaise in the Twenty-First Century. The Nibelungenlied and El Poema de Mío Cid,” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 79 (2019): 388–409.

697. “Poetic Reflections in Medieval German Literature on Tragic Conflicts, Massive Death, and Armageddon,” The End-Times in Medieval German Literature: Sin, Evil, and the Apocalypse, ed. Ernst Ralf Hintz and Scott E. Pincikowski (Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2019), 72-97.

698. “‘And they laughed after all’: Comedy on the Late Medieval German Stage: With a Focus on the Hessisches Weihnachtsspiel and the Innsbrucker Osterspiel. The Blending of the Sacred with the Mundane,” Medievalia et Humanistica New Series, 44 (2019): 35-59.

699. “The Ambiguity of Charlemagne in Late Medieval German Literature: The De- and Reconstruction of a Mythical Figure,” Medievalia et Humanistica, New Series, 45 (2019): 1-26.

700. “Smart Marie de France Knew the Ways of this World – Medieval Advice Literature (Fables) and Social Criticism in Its Relevance for Us Today,” International Journal of History and Cultural Studies 5.4 (2019), online at: https://www.arcjournals.org/pdfs/ijhcs/v5-i4/4.pdf

701. “The Amazon Rainforest of Pre-Modern Literature: Ethics, Values, and Ideals from the Past for our Future. With a Focus on Aristotle and Heinrich Kaufringer,” Humanities Open Access 9(1). 4 (2020), published on Dec. 24, 2019, online at: https://doi.org/10.3390/h9010004, or https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0787/9/1/4.

702. “The Glory and End of the Heroic World in the Nibelungenlied,” A Companion to World Literature, ed. Ken Seigneurie et al. (Hoboken, NJ, and Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Wiley, 2019), vol. 2: 601 ce to 1450 ce, ch. 49; online at: 10.1002/9781118635193.ctwl0102

703. “Jens Walthers Abstieg vom Zauberberg – a Literary Reflection on the World of Publishing in the Postmodern World,” Publishing Research Quarterly 36.1 (2020), 32-42; online at: 
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12109-020-09711-7

704. “Global Travel in the Late Middle Ages: The Eyewitness Account of Johann Schiltberger,” Medieval History Journal 23.1 (2020): 1-28; online at: https://doi.org/10.1177/0971945819895896

705. “Valentin Weigel und der Protestantismus: Die Suche nach Toleranz im 16. Jahrhundert als Suche nach Gott in der Seele,” Die Reformation 1517: Zwischen Gewinn und Verlust, ed. Cezary Lipiński and Wolfgang Brylla. Refo500 Academic Studies, 66 (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2020), 259-70.

706. “The Past as the Key for the Future: Reflections on an Ancient Question. What Does (Medieval) Literature Mean Today in the Twenty-First Century?,” Athens Journal of Philology 6.3 (2019): 147-70; online at: https://www.athensjournals.gr/philology/2019-6-3-1-Classen.pdf

707. “Populismus, Nationalismus, Xenophobie und Rassismus: Das Massenproblem aus historischer Sicht. Von Walther von der Vogelweide und Heinrich Wittenwiler zu Thomas Mann und Gustave le Bon,” Thalloris 3 (2018/appeared in 2019): 19-36.
 

    
Scholarly Notes and other Publications

 1. “Beitrag der Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft zur Kalamazoo-Konferenz 1987,” in: Jahrbuch der Oswald-von-Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft 4 (1986/87): 325-328
 2. “Die Textil- und Textilmaschinenindustrie der Bundesrepublik Deutschland,” Melliand Textilberichte 1 (1987): 66-68.
 3. “Die Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft auf der Kalamazoo-Konferenz 1987,” in: uni-aktuell. Die Zeitschrift der Universität Salzburg 2/3 (1987/88), p. 15
 4. “Die Germanistik in den USA aus deutscher Sicht,” in: Wirkendes Wort 3 (1988), pp. 371-376*
 5. “Von Otfried von Weißenburg bis Till Eulenspiegel. Bericht vom 24th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, May 4-7, 1989,” in: Jahrbuch der Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft 5 (1988/89), pp. 481- 483
 6. “Antwort auf eine Entgegnung: Zu Elisabeth Feldbuschs Verteidigung ihrer Habilitationsschrift: Geschriebene Sprache. Untersuchungen zu ihrer Herausbildung und Grundlegung ihrer Theorie. Berlin-New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1985,” in: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 28 (1989), pp. 180-182
 7. “Germanistische Mediävistik in den USA: 24th and 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 4-7, 1989 and May 10-13, 1990,” in: Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 110, 1 (1991), pp. 126-132.
 8. “26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 9-12, 1991,” in: Fachdienst Germanistik 9, 7 (1991), p. 3f.
 9. “Konferenzbericht: 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, 10-13. Mai 1990,” in: Mediaevistik 2 (1989/1990), pp. 412-414
10. “The Implication of Feminist Theory for the Study of Medieval German Literature” (Abstract for a Conference Paper), Chronica. The Journal of the MAP 46 (1991), p. 32
11. “Konferenzbericht: 26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 9.-12. Mai 1991,” Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 111 (1992), 1, pp. 119-121
12. “Das Mittelalter und die deutsche Dichtung: Amerikanische Erlebnisse. Der 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Western Michigan University, 10.-13. Mai 1990,” in: Eulenspiegel-Jahrbuch 31 (1991), pp. 131-133
13. “The World of a Late Medieval Merchant Traveler: The Case of Fortunatus,” in: Chronica 47, Spring 1992, p. 23
14. “Special University of Arizona Library Exhibits for Members of the Medieval Academy and the Medieval Association of the Pacific,” Program Flyer, April 1993
15. “Erwiderung auf die Besprechung von Autobiographische Lyrik des europäischen Spätmittelalters (1991) durch Klaus Hanson (German Quarterly 66, 4 [1993],” German Quarterly 67, 4 (1994), pp. 611-613
16. Translation of songs by Steinmar and Oswald von Wolkenstein, in: McGraw-Hill Anthology of German Literature. Vol. I. Ed. K. Vivian et al. (New York-et al.: McGraw-Hill, 1994), 255f., 303-308.
17.”Tristan(t) als Mönch - an Introduction,” in: Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 101-103.
18. “110th Convention of the Modern Language Association of America, 27.-30. Dezember 1994, San Diego, California,” in: Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 114, 3 (1995), pp. 420-422.
20. “Letter from the President of the Chapter Presidents’ Assembly,” AATG Newsletter 32, 3 (1997), p. 20.
21. Translation of Karl J. Benziger’s Geschichte der Familie Benziger von Einsiedeln Schweiz (New York-Cincinnati-Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1923), manuscript, 1997.
22. “Arizona,” in: “Focus on Chapters,” in: AATG Newsletter 33, 3 (1998), p. 19.
23. “Richtigstellung,” Addition to Review of Gertrud Angermann’s Anna von Quernheim (1996), in: Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 44 (1999): 259f.
24. “Index for Volumes 1-20 [Tristania], 1975-2000,” Tristania XX (2000): 125-45.
25. Letter to the Editor, “Current Taxes not enough for roads?,” Tucson Citizen, 4-4-2002, 5B.
26. “German Studies Dept. Hosts High Schoolers, Teachers,” Tucson Citizen, 4-4-2002, 2C.
27. Program for “Medieval and Renaissance Spring Poems,” April 2002 (28 pp.)
28. Letter to the Editor, “Waite speech more important than Wildcat portrayed,” Arizona Daily 
Wildcat April 26, 2002, p. 4.
27. Letter to the Editor, “Sheriff's concern is ill-founded,” Tucson Citizen, 9-18-2002
28. Letter to the Editor, “Citizen sides with Palestinians,” Tucson Citizen, 1-7-2003
29. Translation, Sixteenth-Century Jewish Woman’s “Love Song,” The JPS Guide to Jewish Women, 600 B.C.E.-1900 C.E., ed. Emily Taitz, Sondra Henry, Cheryl Tallan (Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 2003), 157.
30. Letter to the Editor, “Don’t ax THS German program,” Tucson Citizen, 2-12-2003; “Retain Tucson High German program,” Arizona Daily Star, 2-13-2003 
31.Translation of Poems by Uwe Kolbe, in: Dimension2 6, 2-3 (2003): 389-93.
32. Letter to the Editor, “UA's top staff's raises unwarranted,” Tucson Citizen, 9-17-2003
33. Undergraduate Program flyer for German Studies, UA, March 2004
34. Letter to the Editor, “U.S. should respect Spain’s stance,” Tucson Citizen, 4-3-04
35. Letter to the Editor, “Bring our troops home now,” Tucson Citizen, 4-13-04
36. News Talk (“Causes of Arab countries’ increasing hostility toward the United States”), Arizona Daily Star 4-22-04 (personal comment)
37. Letter to the Editor, “Put fear aside for rational approach,” Tucson Citizen, 5-20-04
38. Letter to the Editor, “Bush endangered U.S. well-being,” Tucson Citizen, 9-11-04 
39. Letter to the Editor, “Iraq a festering wound,” Tucson Citizen, 12-2-04
40. Letter to the Editor, “One day, Tucson,” Arizona Daily Star, 8-21-05
41. Letter to the Editor, “What are Bush’s intentions?,” Tucson Citizen, 8-30-05
42. Letter to the Editor, “U.S. facing two fronts, if not more,” Tucson Citizen, 10-4-05
43. Translation of New Poems by Uwe Kolb,” Dimension2 7, 2-3 (2005): 190-95.
44. Letter to the Editor, “E. Germany Proved Folly of Border Fence,” Tucson Citizen 10-20-05
45. Letter to the Editor, “Give synchronization green light,” Tucson Citizen 1-7-06, and Arizona Daily Star, 1-7-06.
46. Translation of Theoretical Platform for Research Groups of German Language and Linguistics” and “Text and Transgression” at the Universidad de Sevilla (Spanish to English) for their Webpage, 2006
47. Letter to the Editor, “Look to Europe for downtown ideas,” Tucson Citizen 2-17-06, and as “Focus should be human space,” Arizona Daily Star 2-22-06.
48. (with Carolyn Classen) Letter to the Editor, “Coverage of Gay Adoption Gets Praise,” Tucson Citizen 3-16-06
49. Letter to the Editor, “Our energy source is the sun,” Arizona Daily Star 4-6-06.
50. Letter to the Editor, “Everything in plan contradictory,” Tucson Citizen 5-8-06.
51. Letter to the Editor, “Iraq can only go downhill,” Arizona Daily Star 8-15-06; almost identical: “Situation for U.S. in Iraq can only get worse,” Tucson Citizen 8-14-06.    
52. Letter to the Editor, “Look at the root problems,” Arizona Daily Star 9-26-06        
53. Translation of 5 abstracts for Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs
54. Letter to the Editor, “Prop. 107 would take us back to Middle Ages,” Tucson Citizen 10-28-06
55. Guest Opinion: Albrecht Classen —“No on Prop. 107,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-30-06, online at: http://www.azstarnet.com/opinion/153210
56. “Is Literature Still Central to German Studies,” - a Forum contribution (German Quarterly website: http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/ForumClassen.html), Jan. 2007, and in German Quarterly 80, 2 (2007): 140.
57. Letter to the Editor, “What does winning mean,” Arizona Daily Star, 2-28-07.
58. Letter to the Editor, “Bush, GOP too busy failing to listen to public,” Tucson Citizen, 5-12-07
59. “Doping und Ethik - kurze Reflexionen aus der Außenperspektive,” interpool.TV.Magazin July 16, 2007 (http://www.interpool.tv/artikel/725/0).
60. Letter to the Editor, “Absurdity in U.S.,” Arizona Daily Star, 8-14-07
61. Letter to the Editor, “Iraq tensions too deep for troops to uproot,” Tucson Citizen, 09-06-07
62. Translation of five abstracts for Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs
63. Letter to the Editor, “Blackwater, profit why (sic) U.S. immersed in Iraq,” Tucson Citizen, 10-11-07
64. Letter to the Editor, “U.S. global control is over,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-19-07
65. “Credibility: The Next Challenge - a Forum response, German Quarterly, 
http://germanquarterly.aatg.org/forum/ForumClassen.php (Oct. 2007).
66. Letter to the Editor, “Waterboarding is inhumane torture,” Tucson Citizen, 11-19-07
67. Letter to the Editor, “Exporting fear and terror,” Arizona Daily Star, 12-13-07
68. Letter to the Editor, “The religion of ‘Imiloa’,” Hawaii Tribune Herald, 12-30-07
69. Letter to the Editor, “Heated border debate eclipses larger issues,” Tucson Citizen, 1-21-08
70. “Instructional Blogging Growth Continues at UA,” UA Learning Technologies 2.2 (2008): 2.
71. “Message from the President, RMMLA, at: http://rmmla.wsu.edu/rmmla/message.asp (last accessed on Jan. 30, 2008)
72. Letter to the Editor, “Voting for the Future,” Arizona Daily Star, 2-1-08
73. Letter to the Editor, “Keep legislators out of our private issues,” Tucson Citizen, 2-14-08
74. Letter to the Editor, “Rose-colored glasses can't shade our reality,” Tucson Citizen, 3-27-08
75. Letter to the Editor, “Redefine U.S. interests,” Arizona Daily Star, 4-23-08
76. Letter to the Editor, “NCLB quota, threats won't spell relief,” Tucson Citizen, 4-24-08
77. World Culture and Women - Textbook for course at Sookmyung International Summer School, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2008, ca. 200 pp.
78. Letter to the Editor, “Serious subject needs experts “ (reg. Sept. 15 guest opinions “oil drilling”), Arizona Daily Star, 9-19-08
79. Letter to the Editor, “We can't afford to let criminal acts ruin us,” Tucson Citizen, 9-30-08
80. Letter to the Editor, “Vote America, world is watching,” Arizona Daily Star, 11-4-08
81. Letter to the Editor, “Fear, ignorance, hatred behind gay-union ban,” Tucson Citizen 11-12-08
82. Letter to the Editor, “Bailout would slow the change we need,” Arizona Daily Star, 12-09-08
83. Letter to the Editor, “Ridiculous Stunt,” Hawaii Tribune-Herald, 12-26-08 (also reg. the car industry bailout)
84. Response to “The Role of Translation in German Studies,” Forum in German Quarterly (2008), online, and in print, German Quarterly 82, 1 (2009): 1-2.
85. Translation of grant proposal by the research group “Texto y Transgresión” (Universidad de Sevilla), for: Convocatoria de ayudas de Proyectos de Investigación Fundamental no orientada - translation from Spanish to English (Jan. 2009)
86. Letter to the Editor, “Bully Hamas cries over getting comeuppance,” Tucson Citizen, 1-16-09
87. Letter to the Editor, “China’s influence a growing problem,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-30-09
88. Letter to the Editor, “Budget cuts to library bound to harm UA,” Tucson Citizen 4-29-09
89. Letter to the Editor, “Force Feeding Western Values,” Arizona Daily Star, 5-3-09
90. Letter to the Editor, “Afghanistan ‘win’ never described,” Arizona Daily Star, 9-12-09
91. Letter to the Editor, “Reduce US footprint in Afghanistan,” Arizona Daily Star, 11-3-09
92. Letter to the Editor, “Clean Election Law is Necessary,” Arizona Daily Star, 12-22-09
93. Letter to the Editor, “Cut back wishes or raise taxes,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-2-10    
94. Letter to the Editor, “State cuts lead to rising tuition costs,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-5-10
95. Textbook: “Masterpieces of Medieval Literature: The Human Quest,” Sookmyung International Summer School 2010, Seoul, S-Korea.
96. Letter to the Editor, “Story keeps alive misinformation,” Arizona Daily Star 8-23-10
97. Letter to the Editor, “47 spineless Democrats,” Arizona Daily Star 10-6-10
98. Letter to the Editor,” Don’t toss good money after bad,” Arizona Daily Star 10-30-10
99. Letter to the Editor, “Spineless politicians left and right,” Arizona Daily Star 12-15-10
100. Letter to the Editor, “Legislature taking state to hellish future,” Arizona Daily Star 3-21-11
101. Letter to the Editor, “Our meaningless wars must be stopped,” Arizona Daily Star 8-21-11
102. Letter to the Editor, “Immigration issue and the price of food,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-27-11
103. Letter to the Editor, “Our military machine operates for its own sake,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-12-12
104. Letter to the Editor, “If students are armed, faculty should be, too,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-8-12.
105. Letter to the Editor, “What’s the justification for war in Afghanistan?,” Arizona Daily Star, 5-6-12
106. Letter to the Editor, “Social issues cloak actual political agendas,” Arizona Daily Star, 8-26-12.
107. Letter to the Editor, “Move US resources to help Syrian people,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-12-12
108. Letter to the Editor, “Compromise is lacking in ‘fiscal cliff’,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-3-13
109. Letter to the Editor, “Waste of two wars merited front-page,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-10-13
110. Letter to the Editor, “Abandoning cursive would be disastrous,” Arizona Daily Star, 4-18-13
111. Letter to the editor, “Iraq seems a lost cause because of the GOP,” Arizona Daily Star 7-31-13
112. Translation of article by Prof. Yoshiki Koda (Keijo University, Tokyo, Japan), “Dream, Magic, Lunacy: The Charismatic Element of Women in the Japanese Literature of the Middle Age” from German into English
113. Letter to the editor, “Red ink will drown country if unchecked,” Arizona Daily Star 9-27-13
114. Letter to the editor, “NSA’s broad spying must be halted,” Arizona Daily Star 10-29-13
115. Letter to the editor, “With Obama, that was then, this is now,” Arizona Daily Star 12-14-13
116. Letter to the editor, “Facebook posts are not serious journalism,” Arizona Daily Star 3-4-14
117. Letter to the editor, “Poorly conceived bills waste tax dollars,” Arizona Daily Star 4-23-14
118. “In Memory of Prof. Jens Wollesen (d. April 22, 2013),” Mediaevistik 26 (2013): 9-11.
119. Letter to the editor, “Blunt tools seldom work in matters of statecraft,” Arizona Daily Star 8-30-14
120. “Grußworte an das Zentrum für Populäre Kultur und Musik,” Oct. 5, 2014, http://www.zpkm.uni-freiburg.de/2014/Jubilaeum_Grussworte
121. Letter to the editor, “Incredibly, Republicans fight school meal rules,” Arizona Daily Star 12-11-14
122. “Proud to Be an American,” Letter to American Way. American Airlines Jan. 2015
123. “Nahaufnahme - ‘Die Frau wurde idealisiert’: Eines Tages fingen die Menschen an, über die Liebe zu dichten, zu schreiben und zu sprechen. Warum? Fragen an den Mediävisten Albrecht Classen,” Spiegel Geschichte 1 (2015): 24-25.
124. Letter to the editor, “Columnist had it right: Jihadists want US invasion,” Arizona Daily Star 3-3-15
125. Letter to the editor, “Ducey should look up the word ‘hypocrisy’,” Arizona Daily Star 4-13-15
126. Letter to the editor, “Look to Minnesota for better role model,” Arizona Daily Star 5-18-15
127. Letter to the editor, “Play More (B) Ball,” American Way Magazine June 2015; http://www.ink-live.com/emagazines/american-way/1925/june-2015/#16
128. “Iran deal is good for US,” Arizona Daily Star 8-7-15
129. “Goal and Purposes of the Journal Humanities Open Access—An
Introduction by the Editor-in-Chief,” doi:10.3390/h4030319
130. Letter to the editor, “No way to win if US fights in Syria,” Arizona Daily Star 11-14-15
131. Letter to the editor, “Disregard Trump,” Hawaii Herald Tribune, 12-12-2016
132. Letter to the editor, “Price for Afghan war continues to add up,” Arizona Daily Star 2-7-16
133. Letter to the editor, “Trump, Clintons make a great team,” Arizona Daily Star 3-7-16
134. “Paralympics show up IOC in doping scandal,” Arizona Daily Star 8-11-16
135. “Let’s just cancel the November election,” Arizona Daily Star 9-22-16
136. “Insurance Companies, Obamacare,” Arizona Daily Star 10-27-16
137. Letter to the editor, “Insist on paper trail for every vote,” Arizona Daily Star 12-3-16
138. Letter to the editor, “Re.:”Ducey signs law allowing those with no formal training to teach,” Arizona Daily Star (5-3-17) http://tucson.com/news/opinion/letters/schools/letter-teachers-with-no-…
139. “Ugly memories of our history,” Arizona Daily Star 8-22-17; http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-ugly-memorie…
140. “Teacher tuition waiver is not the answer,” Arizona Daily Star 10-1-17
141. “Sen. Flake has flaked out,” Arizona Daily Star 10-25-17 (online), 11-1-17 (print)
142. “Ducey is wrong on anonymous campaign donations,” Arizona Daily Star 12-1-17 (online) “http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-ducey-is-wro…, in print 12-4-17
143. “Make America Great Again?,” Arizona Daily Star 12-27-17 (online): http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-make-america…
144. “Doing our part to make life better,” Arizona Daily Star 1-1-18
145. “Professors are purveyors of objective thinking, not fake news,” Arizona Daily Star 1-11-18 (http://tucson.com/opinion/local/albrecht-classen-fake-news-fake-profess…)
146. Letter to the editor, “More logic and rationality in dealing with our history, please!,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-23-18 http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-more-logic-a…
147. Letter to the editor, “No more democracy, but battle for absolute leadership,” Arizona Daily Star 2-12-18; online already on 2-5-18, at: http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/local-issues/letter-no-more-democracy…
148. Letter to the editor, “Stop wasting resources in Afghanistan,” Arizona Daily Star 3-17-18; online 3-13-18; http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-stop-wasting…
149. Letter to the editor,“EPA to ease emissions standards,” Arizona Daily Star 4-5-18 http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-epa-to-ease-…
150. Letter to the editor, “Another quagmire in Syria,” Arizona Daily Star 4-19-18; online at: http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-another-quag…
151. Letter to the editor, “President Trump acts as an abusive parent,” Arizona Daily Star 8-20-18; online at: http://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-president-tr…
152. “Trade bullying hurts us now, long-term,” guest opinion in the Arizona Daily Star 9-16-2018; also online at: https://tucson.com/opinion/local/albrecht-classen-trade-bullying-hurts-…
153. Letter to the editor, “News black-out,” Arizona Daily Star 10-5-2018, online at: https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-news-black-…
154. Letter to the editor, “Widening of Grant fails to satisfy,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-27-18, online under the title “Hurray to Grant Road widening,” 10-22-18, at https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/local-issues/letter-hurray-to-grant-…
155. Letter to the editor, “Why is Saudi Arabia not held to account [sic]?”, Arizona Daily Star 11-27-18; online as “Macchiavellianism or simply financial indebtedness?,” https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-macchiavell…
156. Letter to the editor, “UA football’s ‘deplorably low’ salaries,” Arizona Daily Star 12-7-18; online at: https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/sports/letter-ua-football-s-deplorab…
157. Letter to the editor, “Don’t build the wall,” Hawaii Tribune Herald, 12-30-18
158. Letter to the editor, “My hopes for 2019,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-1-19
159. Letter to the editor, “A bully wants his wall,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-9-19; https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-a-bully-wan…
160. Letter to the editor, “Failure of leadership,” Arizona Daily Star, 1-17-19; 
https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-failure-of-… (1-16-19)
161. Letter to the editor, “Lack of discrimination on letters page,” Arizona Daily Star, 2-7-19; 
https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/local-issues/letter-lack-of-discrimi…
162. Letter to the editor, “Trump runs counter to our values,” Arizona Daily Star (online, 2-18-19; https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-trump-runs-…; print: 2-20-19
163. Letter to the editor, “Border, Crisis, and Emergency Legislation,” Arizona Daily Star, 3-12-19 (online, 3-13-19: https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-border-cris…
164. Letter to the editor, “Medieval fable is pertinent today,” Arizona Daily Star, 4-10-19.
165. Letter to the editor, “Medical sciences and Trumpology,” Arizona Daily Star, 5-4-19; https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-medical-sci…
166. Letter to the editor, “Voodoo economics all over again,” Arizona Daily Star, 5-27-19; https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/local-issues/letter-voodoo-economics…
167. “Albrecht Classen hat einen Band zu Reisen und Raum und Zeit im Mittelalter und in der Frühen Neuzeit herausgegeben,” https://literaturkritik.de/public/rezension.php?rez_id=25924 (Aug. 9, 2019).
168. Letter to the editor, “No transparency, no ethics,” Arizona Daily Star, 9-5-19; https://tucson.com/opinion/letters/politics-national/letter-no-transpar…
169. Letter to the editor, “Can religion be used to justify hypocrisy?,” Arizona Daily Star 9-19-19
170. Guest opinion, “There is more to focus on besides impeaching Trump,” Arizona Daily Star, 10-1-19; https://tucson.com/opinion/local/local-opinion-there-is-more-to-focus-o…
171. Letter to the editor, “Justice, not hatred, drives impeachment,” Arizona Daily Star, 12-11-19
172. “Political Agreement: Our country is not really that much divided,” https://www.elephantjournal.com/2019/12/political-agreement-our-country… (Dec. 12, 2019)
173. 202. “What is this quid pro quo?,” https://www.elephantjournal.com/2019/12/what-is-this-quid-pro-quo/ (Dec. 14, 2019)
174. Letter to the editor, “Fairy Tales” (reg. the protests against the TMT on Mauna Kea), Hawaii Herald Tribune (12-19-19), https://www.hawaiitribune-herald.com/2019/12/19/opinion/your-views-for-…
175 Letter to the editor, “Trump and the big picture,” Hawaii Herald Tribune (1-1-20), https://www.hawaiitribune-herald.com/2020/01/01/opinion/your-views-for-…

                        

REPRINTS and TRANSLATIONS
 1. The Role and Function of Women in the Stricker’s Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Die deutsche Frau als Dichterin und Protagonistin im Mittelalter, ed. A. Classen. GAG 528. Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1991, pp. 87-103; rpt. in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, ed. Jelena Krstović, Vol. 75 (Detroit, et al.: Thomson, 2005), 364-72.

 2. Meister Eckhart's Philosophy in the Twenty-First Century,” Mystics Quarterly 29.1-2 (March-June 2003): p6-23. Rpt. in Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism. Ed. Jelena O. Krstovic. Vol. 80. Detroit: Gale, 2006. Word Count: 7017. From Literature Resource Center.

 3. “Hartmann von Aue’s Erec,” The Power of a Woman’s Voice in Medieval and Early Modern Literatures: New Approaches to German and European Women Writers and to Violence against Women in Premodern Times (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2007), 80-9, in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 131, ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau (Detroit, et al.: Gale, 2011), 199-204.

 4. “Matriarchy versus Patriarchy: The Role of the Irish Queen Isolde in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan,” Neophilologus 73, no 1 (Jan 1989): 77-89 Rpt. In Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism. Ed. Jelena Krstovic. Vol. 96. Detroit: Gale, Cengage Learning, 2008

 5. Objects of Memory as Hermeneutic Media in Medieval German Literature: Hartmann von Aue’s Gregorius, Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival, Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine, and Fortunatus.” Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 65 (2009): 159-82, rpt. in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 131, ed. Nick Oustreau (Detroit, et al.: Gale, 2011), 204-15.

 6. “Heinrich von Veldeke,” German Literature of the High Middle Ages. Ed. Will Hasty (Rochester: Camden, 2006), 23-35, in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 132, ed. Deva Kemmis Hicks (Detroit, et al.: Gale, 2011), 121-27.

 7. “The Literary Puzzle of Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône Seen from a Postmodern Perspective.” Michigan Germanic Studies 24.2 (1998): 111-28, in: Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Vol. 133, ed. Graeme Dunphy (Detroit, et al.: Gale, 2011), 187-95.

 8. Late-Medieval German Women’s Poetry: Secular and Religious Songs (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2011)

9. “Philippe Ariès and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today?,” Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality, ed. Albrecht Classen (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2005), 1-65, translated into Russian, in:‘Vsja istorija napolnena detstvom [All History is Full of Childhood]’: Nasledie Ph.Aries'a i novye podkhody k istorii detstva [Ph. Aries’s Heritage and New Approaches to the History of Childhood], ed. Vitaly Bezrogov, Galina Makarevich, and Mariya Tendryakova (Moscow: Russian State University for the Humanities Press, 2012), as “Philipp Aries i ego posledovateli. Istoriya detstva, semejnye otnosheniya i emotsionalnaya zhisn. Gde my nakhodimsya segonya?” 164-231.

ARTICLES in Journals, CHAPTERS IN BOOKS, and in Digital Sites, accepted for publication:
 
“Moderne Kunst in Tucson und im südlichen Arizona,” to appear in: Hungarian Art Journal. (this never happened)

“Die höfische Dame,” to appear in: Pax et Gaudium (publication ceased to exist)

“How to Inspire Students in English to Learn a Foreign Language. A Biased But Concerned Perspective from a Teacher of German,” to appear in Futhark.

“Zimmern, Werner Wilhelm und Froben Christoph.” Killy Literarturlexikon, ed. Kühlmann, Achim Aurnhammer, et al. 2nd completely revised (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, forthcoming; later dropped as a result of miscommunication).

“Denis de Rougemont: Erforscher des Tristan-Mythos und Begründer eines neuen Liebes- und Todes-Mythos,” tristan mythos maschine 20. jahrhundert ff, ed. Robert Schoeller and Nathanael Busch (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, forthcoming)

“Alcohol, Drunkenness, and Excess – Consumption and Transgression in Medieval Literature,” to appear in a vol. ed. by Roderick Phillips

“Frauenbriefe im Mittelalter als Fenster auf eine heftig umstrittene literarische Welt: Heloise und Katharina von Siena als exemplarische Fälle,” Handbuch der Briefliteratur, ed. Jochen Strobel (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, forthcoming). 

“Assassins, the Crusades, and the Old Man from the Mountains in Medieval Literature: With an Emphasis on The Stricker’s Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Meg Lota Brown, conference volume

“Wine, Drunkenness, Morality, and Satire in Der Wiener Meerfahrt,” to appear in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen

“Valentin Weigel und der Protestantismus: Die Suche nach Toleranz im 16. Jahrhundert als Suche nach Gott in der Seele,” to appear in Reformation – zwischen Gewinn und Verlust, ed. 
 Cezary Lipiński and Wolfgang Brylla

“Rivers as Crucial Stepping Stones in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival (ca. 1205) and Titurel (ca. 1220),” to appear in Reading the Natural World: Perceptions of the Environment and Ecology During the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, ed. by Thomas Willard (Turnhout: Brepols)

“The Old English Beowulf and the Middle High German Nibelungenlied: The Arrival of the Hero from the Outside and His Ultimate Death,” Larry Swain, ed.

“Learning Through the Erotic, and Erotic Inspiration for Religious, Philosophical, Social, and Cultural Purposes in the Carmina Burana. The Dark Side of a Poetic Masterpiece,” to appear in Revisiting the Codex Buranus: Contents, Contexts, Composition, ed. Henry Hope and Tristan E. Franklinos.    

“Violence in the Name of the [Bad] Game: The Downside of Human Nature as Reflected
in Medieval Literature,” to appear in The Cambridge World History of Violence, Volume II: The Medieval Era, ed. Richard Kaeuper, Deborah Tor, Harriet Zurndorfer, Philipp Dwyer (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
                        
“Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in the Pre-Modern Age: Medieval Welsh and Icelandic Literature in a Literature Survey Course. Interdisciplinary Approaches on a Pan-European Level,” to appear in Leuvense Bijdragen

“The Past as the Key for the Future: Reflections on an Ancient Question. What Does (Medieval) Literature Mean Today in the Twenty-First Century?,” to appear in Athens Journal of Philology

“The Book of Kells – The Wonders of Early Medieval Christian Manuscript Art Within a Pagan World,” to appear in Mediaevistik

“Populismus, Nationalismus, Xenophobie und Rassismus: Das Massenproblem aus historischer Sicht. Von Walther von der Vogelweide und Heinrich Wittenwiler zu Thomas Mann und Gustave le Bon,” to appear in Thalloris

“The Secret and Universal Relevance of Johann Scheffler’s (Angelus Silesius’s) Epigrams: Mystical-Philosophical Messages from the World of the Baroque for the Twenty-First Century,” to appear in The Comparatist

“Minnesang,” Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception (EBR), ed. Eric Ziolkowski, Nils Holger Petersen, and Nicole Rupschus (Berlin and Boston: Walter de Gruyter, forthcoming). 

“Das Paradox der widersprüchlichen Urteilsprechung und Weltwahrnehmung: göttliches vs. menschliches Recht in Heinrich Kaufringers ‘Die unschuldige Mörderin’ – mit paneuropäischen Ausblicken und einer neuen Quellenspur (‘La femme du roi de Portugal’),” to appear in Neuphilologische Mitteilungen

“Teaching Medieval Studies with a Modern Learning Management System: Top Hat in a Medieval Seminar,” to appear in Once and Future Classroom

Daniel Kehlmanns Tyll - ein neuer Simplizissimus? Der postmoderne Versuch, historisierend zu schreiben,” to appear in Wirkendes Wort

“The Nibelungenlied in W. P. Ker: Older Philology and the Future of Medieval Studies,” to appear in Epic and Romance: New Essays on Medieval Literature, ed. Leonard Neidorf

“Globalization Already in the Fifteenth Century: The Eye-Witness Account of Johann Schiltberger,” to appear in Medieval History Journal

“Courage –Medieval Lessons for Us Today,” to appear in The Living Pulpit

“Simplicity - A Nostalgic Dream and a Philosophical Reflection,” to appear in The Living Pulpit

“Treason: Legal, Ethical, and Political Issues in the Middle Ages: With an Emphasis on Medieval Heroic Poetry,” to appear in Journal of Philosophy and Ethics 

“Die Mediävistik in Nordamerika 2019 ‒ Kreative Antworten auf eine schwierige Situation,” to appear in Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik, ed. Nathanael Busch

“Jens Walthers Abstieg vom Zauberberg – a Literary Reflection on the World of Publishing in the Postmodern World,” to appear in Publishing Research Quarterly 

“The Power of Spirituality in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” to appear in Studies of Spirituality 

                        
ARTICLES considered for publication:

“The Horrors of War in the History of German Literature: From Heinrich Wittenwiler and Hans Jacob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen to Rainer Maria Remarque. Literary Outcries against Inhumanity from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Centuries,” considered for Terrible Beauties: Europe, Conflict and the Imagination in Literature and the Arts, ed. Miguel Ramalhete and Jorge Bastos da Silva. 

“Boccaccio’s Literary Sources Beyond the Expected: The Decameron in Light of Some German Verse Narratives: “Gänslein,” Ruprecht von Würzburg, and Jans Enikel,” considered by Studi sul Boccaccio

“Ein Bucherfolg für die Jesuiten in der globalen Auseinandersetzung mit den Protestanten und den katholischen Gegnern: Joseph Stoeckleins Welt-Bott. Briefe aus der ganzen Welt als Grundlage für enzyklopädische Ambitionen,” considered by Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 

“India, Persia, and Arabia in the Mind of a Late Fifteenth-Century German Author: Transcultural Experiences through the Literary Discourse. Antonius von Pforr and his Buch der Beispiele der Alten Weisen,” considered by Philological Quarterly.

“Medieval Traveling: The Roman Empire,” considered by Sebastian Sobecki, ed., Cambridge Encyclopedia of Travel Literature

“The Sparrow Hawk Castle - A Mostly Ignored Literary Motif Across the Cultures and the Centuries,” considered by Arcadia

“Digital Humanities and the History of German Language, Culture, and Literature: With an Emphasis on Medieval Online Sources as Tools for the Modern Classroom,” considered by German as a Foreign Language (ed. Guido Rings)

“Hygiene, Water, and Physical Beauty in Medieval European Literary Narratives
Aesthetics and Well-Being in the Pre-Modern World,” considered by A Cultural History of Beauty, gen. ed. Paul R. Deslandes. Vol. 2: The Middle Ages, ed. Sarah A. Miller.

“Global History in the Middle Ages: A Medieval and an Early Modern Perspective.
The Niederrheinische Orientbericht (ca. 1350) and Adam Olearius’s Vermehrte New Beschreibung der Muscowitischen vnd Persischen Reyse (1647; 1656),” considered by Neohelicon

SCHOLARLY PAPERS READ
 
1. Die Stellung des Althochdeutschen in der Westdeutschen Germanistik,” together with Dr. Berta Raposo, Conferencia de Germanistas en Valencia, Spain, June 1983
 
2. “Margareta von Schwangau: Epistolary Literature in the Late Middle Ages,” XIth     Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, October 1985, Chattanooga, TN
 
3. “Giannozzo Sacchetti's poem Mentr' io d'amor pensava as a source of Oswald von Wolkenstein's Greifensteinlied Kl 85,” 21st International Conference of Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, May 1986
 
4. “Keie in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival: Agent Provocateur or Braggart,” XIIth Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, October 1986, Athens, GA. Also at the German Department, University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ, December 1986
 
5. “German Martial Verse in the l5th Century,” German Department, Duke University, NC, January 1987
 
6. “'Wahrheit ist das wertvollste aller Güter und soll gehandhabt werden mit Sparsamkeit und Zurückhaltung' - eine Einführung in das literarische Werk André Kaminskis und literarische Analyse seiner Erzählungen,” German Department, U of VA, Charlottesville, VA, March 1987
 
7. “Onomatopoesis: Playful Lyrical Elements in Late l4th and l5th Century Poetry: Jehan Vaillant, Niccolò Soldanieri and Oswald von Wolkenstein,” 40th Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 1987
 
8. “Courtly Language Versus the Dialect. Oswald von Wolkenstein's Reception of a Poem by Raimbaut de Vaqueiras,” 22nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1987
 
9. Participant at the Round Table Symposium: “Medieval Epics in Modern Intonation,” 22nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1987
 
10. “Autobiography as a Late Medieval Literary Phenomenon,” 13th Annual Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Boone, NC, September 1987
 
11. “Royal Women in Middle High German Romances,” 12th International Conference on Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies (PMR), Villanova, PA, October 1987
 
12. “A Representation of Reality in the Lyric Poetry of Oswald von Wolkenstein and in North Italian Fresco Art of the l4th and l5th Centuries,” 57th Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, November 1987, Atlanta, GA
 
13. “Hugo von Montfort - a Reader of the Roman de la Rosel,” Graduate Program in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, UA, February 1988
 
14. “Matriarchy versus Patriarchy: The Role of Queen Isolde in Gottfried von Straßburg's Tristan,” Annual Meeting of the Medieval Association the Pacific, Tucson, AZ, March 1988
 
15. “Emperor Sigismund's Visit to England in 1416: Its Observation and Reflexions on it in Contemporary English Chronicles,” 6th Citadel Conference on Literature. The Poetry, Drama, and Prose of the Renaissance and the Middle Ages, Charleston, SC, March 1988
 
16. “Women in Medieval Poetry: Their Role and Appearance,” Teaching the Middle Ages Conference, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, March 1988
 
17. Respondent at “An Urban Context: Medieval and Modern Cities. A Symposium,” Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Phoenix, AZ, March 1988

18. “Ulrich von Etzenbach's Wilhelm von Wenden - a Frauenroman?,” 41st Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 1988

19. “From Nonnenbuch to Epistolarity: Elsbeth Stagel as a Late Medieval Woman Writer,” 23rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1988

20. “Die Mittelalter-Rezeption im Werk Robert Musils,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Graz, Austria, June 1988

21. “Oswald von Wolkenstein and Antonio Pucci: Rezeption und Weiterentwicklung des autobiographischen Bildes,” Institut für Germanistik, Universities of Graz and Salzburg, Austria, June 1988

22. “The Autobiographical Lyric Poetry of Thomas Hoccleve” Fourteenth Annual Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, Richmond, VA, October 1988

23. “The Emerging Ideal of Marriage in Late Medieval Verse: Oswald von Wolkenstein, Thomas Hoccleve, Michel Beheim,” Graduate Program in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory and the University of Arizona Medieval and Renaissaince Center, UA, October 1988

24. “A Late Medieval Lyric Autobiographer: Michel Beheim,” 103rd Convention of the Modern Languages Association of America, Washington, D.C., December 1988

25. “Female Epistolary Literature: A Status Report about Recent Research Results,” Graduate Program in Comparative Literature & Literary Theory, UAZ, Tucson, AZ, February 1989

26. The Poetic Voice of Hans Rosenplüt: Self-Reflection in Late Medieval German Verse,” Annual Convention of the Medieval Association of the Pacific Conference, Los Angeles, CA, March 1989

27. “Love and Marriage in Late Medieval Literature,” Dept. of German, U of CA at Riverside, April 1989

28. “Herzog Ernst in the Light of Contemporary Middle High German Courtly Poetry, Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountains Medieval and Renaissance Association, Grand Canyon, AZ, April 1989

29. “Andreas Capellanus' De Amore as a Source for Wolfram von Eschenbach's Titurel,” 24th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May, 1989

30. “Misogyny and the Battle of Genders in the Stricker's Maeren,” 15th Annual South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, (SEMA) Houston, TX, October 1989

31. “German Reformation Pamphlets by Women: New Discoveries,” University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Studies Committee (UAMARRC), Tucson, AZ, October 1989

32. “Woman Poet and Reformer: The 16th-Century Feminist Argula von Grumbach,” 104th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C., December 1989

33. “Medieval Travel into an Exotic Orient. The Spielmannsepos Herzog Ernst as a Travel into the Medieval Subconsciousness,” International Courtly Literature Society Meeting at the 104th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C., December 1989

34. “Liebesehe und Ehelieder in der Lyrik Oswalds von Wolkenstein,” scheduled for presentation at the Fifth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, Salerno, Italy, July 1989, cancelled by author, instead presented at the Dept of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Illinois, Urbana/ Champaign, January 1990

35. “Oswald von Wolkenstein as a Reader of 11th and 12th-Century Cleric Critics of Court Life,” Spring 1990 Conference of the Medieval Academy of America and the Annual Conference of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Vancouver, B.C., April 1990

36. “The Role of Women in the Stricker's Daniel von dem blühenden Tal,” 43rd Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 1990

37. “Matriarchal Structures and the Apocalypse of Matriarchy in the Nibelungenlied,” 25th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1990

38. “Oswald von Wolkenstein und der Lyriker Leonardo Giustiniani,” The Fifteenth Century. International Congress, Perpignan, France, July 1990

39. “Rezeption und Ecriture: Eine neue Betrachtung von Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel,” Institut für deutsche Philologie, Universität Frankfurt a. M., Germany, July 1990

40. “Utopie und Logos: Lesen, Verstehen und das Wort im Mittelalter,” Institut für deutsche Philologie, Universität Gießen, Germany, July 1990

41. “The Role of Women in the German Literature of the Late Middle Ages,” German Department, Gainesville, U of FL, September 1990

42. “Johannes von Saaz' Der Ackermann aus Böhmen - a Medieval or Renaissance Text?,” scheduled for presentation at the conference “European Renaissance: National Traditions”, Glasgow, Great Britain, August 1990, cancelled by author, instead read at the 16th Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Raleigh, NC, September 1990

43. “Frauen der frühen Reformationszeit: Neue Textfunde und deren Interpretation.” Workshop “Die Frau in der Renaissance”, Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Wolfenbüttel, Germany, October 15-17, 1990 (on the invitation of the Director of the Library) 

44. “The Defeat of the Matriarch: Brünhild in the Nibelungenlied: Some Thoughts on Matriarchy as Evinced in Literary Texts,” (revised and expanded version of previous paper), Dept. of Women Studies, University of Arizona, Tucson, November 1990

45. “The Suffering and Suppressed Woman in 15th-Century German Literature: The Case of Pontus und Sidonia,” Graduate Program of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, UA, Tucson, November 1990

46. Report on the “Internationaler Arbeitskreis für Renaissanceforschung,” Herzog-August-Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, and its 1990 meeting “Die Frau in der Renaissance,” Dept. of German, UA, Tucson, November 1990

47. “Dreams, Nightmares and Dreaming in Middle High German Literature,” 106h Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, Dec. 1990

48. “Die labyrinthische Struktur des Nibelungenlieds. Intertextuelle und thematische Überlegungen im Licht moderner Literaturtheorie,” Conference “La chanson des Nibelungen hier et aujourd'hui,” Centre d'Etudes médiévales. Université de Picardie, Amiens, France, January, 1991

49. “Implications of Feminist Theory on the Study of Medieval German Literature,” Annual Conference of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Davis, CA, March, 1991

50. “The Encounter with the Other World: André Kaminski's Search for the Jewish Past in Germany,” Symposium on Germanic Languages and Literatures: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity: Views of the Other -- Minorities within the Setting of Germanic Languages and Cultures, Columbus, OH, March 1991

51. “Women in the Life and Theology of Martin Luther,” University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Studies, Tucson, AZ, March 1991

52. “Realistic Descriptions in Konrad von Würzburg's Turnier von Nantes,” 26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1991

53. “Die neuen/alten Leiden des König Marke: Tragik oder Laster?,” 26th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1991

54. “Gynokratie und die Ehebeziehungen im 15. Jahrhundert: Der Fall Melusine von Thüring von Ringoltingen,” Univ. of Frankfurt, Germany, May, 1991, Univ. of Würzburg, Germany, and University of Vienna, Austria, June 1991

55. “Das Hessische Weihnachtsspiel: ein Dokument der spätmittelalterlichen/ frühneuzeitlichen Mentalitätsgeschichte,” Institut für deutsche Philologie, Universität Marburg a.d.L., Germany, May 1991

56. “Thomas Hoccleves Selbstrepräsentation als Dichter,” Univ. of Mainz, Germany, May, 1991

57. “Der unfreiwillig komische Held Wigamur. Strukturelle und thematische Untersuchungen zu einem spätmittelalterlichen Artus-Roman,” Universität Wien, Austria, June, 1991

58. “Probleme der Spielmannsepik,” Universität Salzburg, Austria, June, 1991

59. “Das autobiographische Element in der Lyrik Hugos von Montfort,” Universität Salzburg, Austria, June 1991

60. “Die deutsche Literatur des Spätmittelalters/der Renaissance. Neuentdeckung zweier vergessener Jahrhunderte,” Deutsche Sommerschule Taos, University of New Mexico, Taos, July 1991

61. “The Emergence of the Idea of Tolerance: Studies of Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Willehalm, Johann von Würzburg’s Willhelm von Österreich, and Ulrich von Etzenbach's Wilhelm von Wenden, presented at the XIV Annual Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Birmingham, AL, September 1991

62. “What Happened to Courtly Love? The Role of Love in Late Medieval German Literature, with Emphasis on the Volksbuch,” presented at The Fourth Annual Virginia Medieval Symposium, Charlottesville, VA, November 1991

63. “The Role of Women in the Middle Ages: Past Models for the Present,” presented at P.E.O. - Chapter AG (Secret Women Society), Yuma, AZ, December 1991

64. “The Heathen World in the Volksbuch Wilhelm von Österreich: An Anthropological Revision of the Crusade Epic,” to be presented at the 107th Convention of the Modern Language Association, San Francisco, CA, December, 1991

65. “The Voice from the Kitchen: The Poems by the König vom Odenwald,” presented at the “International Courtly Literature Society” (ICLS), at the 107th Convention of the Modern Language Association, San Francisco, CA, December, 1991

66. “Krisenstimmung am Hof: Das Spiel mit Erotik und Minne im Morîz von Craûn,” presented at the Department of German Languages and Literatures, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, January 1992

67. “The Middle Ages and its Relationship with Our Time,” Department of Foreign Languages, Arizona State University, Tempe, January 1992

68. “The World of a Late Medieval Merchant Traveller: Mental-Historical Observations to the 15th-Century Volksbuch Fortunatus,” Medieval Association of the Pacific Annual Meeting, University of California, Irvine, CA, February 1992

69. “Love and Marriage in Late Medieval German Lyric Poetry and Prose Literature,” Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Conference, Las Cruces, NM, April 1992

70. “Die Wahrnehmung Amerikas im “Volksbuch” Wagnerbuch. Literarische Entdeckungsreise und Kritik am Völkermord,” Conference Mondes Nouveaux, Nouveaux Mondes au Moyen Age, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Centre d’Etudes Médiévales, Amiens, France, April 1992

71. “The German Chap Book--a Literary Genre between the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” Dept. of German, UA, Tucson, April 1992

72. “War Gottfrieds von Straβburg Tristan eine Quelle für den `Morîz von Craûn'?,” 27th International Congress on Medieval Studies. May 7-10, 1992. The Medieval Institute, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

73. “Der komische Held Till Eulenspiegel: Didaxe, Unterhaltung, Kritik,” Fachbereich 09 - Germanistik, University of Gieβen, Germany, June 1992

74. “Kommunikation im Mittelalter. Eine Theorie zur mittelhochdeutschen Literatur,” Fachbereich Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften, University of Osnabrück, and Deutsches Seminar der Universität Tübingen, Germany, June 1992

75. “Autobiographischer Diskurs als Selbstreflexion in Prosatexten des Spätmittelalters. Marco Polo, Kaiser Karl IV. und Petrarca,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, Austria, June 1992

76. “Metapoetischer Diskurs als autobiographischer Reflex: Europäische Lyrik im Spätmittelalter,” Fachbereich 3, Literatur- und Sprachwissenschaften, University of Essen, Germany, June 1992

77. “Die Welt eines spätmittelalterlichen Kaufmannsreisenden. Ein mentalitätsgeschichtliches Dokument der deutschen Frühneuzeit: Fortunatus,” Fachbereich 10: Neuere Philologien, Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur II, Universität Frankfurt, Germany, June 1992

78. “Wolframs von Eschenbach Titurel-Fragmente und Johanns von Würzburg Wilhelm von Österreich: Höhepunkte der höfischen Minnerede,” Institut für Deutsche Philologie, Universität München, Germany, June 1992

79. “Realismus und realistische Vergleiche in Konrads von Würzburg Novelle “Das Turnier von Nantes,” Institut für Deutsche Philologie der Universität Würzburg, Germany, June 1992

80. “Marginalized but not so Marginal Women Contributors to German Literature from the Middle Ages through Baroque,” Department of Foreign Languages, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, Sept. 1992

81. “Ulrich Schmidel in the Brazilian and Paraguayan Jungle: A Sixteenth-Century Travel Account,” Sixteenth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Minneapolis, MN, Oct. 1992

82. Commentator of a session “Frauenalltag in der frühen Neuzeit,” Sixteenth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Minneapolis, MN, Oct. 1992

83. “The Perception of America in Early Modern German Literature: From Sebastian Brant to Lohenstein,” Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Ogden, Utah, Oct. 1992

84. “Elisabeth Charlotte von der Pfalz, Herzogin von Orléans. Epistolare Selbstbekenntnisse und literarisches Riesenunternehmen,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Knoxville, TS, November 1992

85. “Sexuality in the Middle Ages,” Department of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, December 1992

86. “The European Reception of Fortunatus--Germany's Contribution to Early Modern World Literature,” 108th Convention of the Modern Language Association, New York, December 1992

87. “Schweigen und Reden in Hartmanns von Aue Erec,” Congrès international: Erec, ou l'ouverture du monde arthurien, Centre d'Etudes Médiévales de l’Université de Picardie, Amiens, France, January 1993

88. “The Autobiographical Discourse in Medieval German Lyric Poetry,” Department of Foreign Languages, Boston University, January 1993

89. “Individual - Language - Institution: Communication as Problem in Medieval German Texts,” Fourth Friday, UA Faculty Discussion Group, Tucson, April 1993

90. “Family Life in Late Medieval German Literature,” Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, Flagstaff, AZ, April 1993

91. “Why do their Words Fail? Communicative Strategies in the Hildebrandslied,” 28th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1993

92. “Begegnung mit der Fremde: Mentalitätsgeschichtlicher Beitrag zur Kulturgeschichte der Neuzeit,” Theologische Fakultät, Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine und Schweizer Geschichte, Universität Luzern, June 1993

93. “Liebe und Ehe in der Literatur des deutschen Spätmittelalters: der Fall von Thürings von Ringoltingen Melusine,” Historisches Seminar, Universität Basel, June 1993

94. “Kommunikative Strategien in Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan,” Deutsches Seminar, Universität Bern, June 1993

95. “Das Studienfach Mediävistik in den USA,” Institut für Germanistik, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, June 1993

96. “Sexualität in der Literatur des europäischen Spätmittelalters. Ein Beitrag zur Elias-Duerr Kontroverse,” Institut für Germanistik an der Universität Wien, June 1993; repeated at Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, June 1993

97. “Mentalität und Alltagsgeschichte des Mittelalters. Das Zeugnis der deutschen Literaturgeschichte,” Two-Hour Interview with Österreichischer Rundfunk, Salzburg, Austria, June 1993

98. “Die Rezeption des deutschen Volksbuchs Fortunatus in England: Thomas Dekkers Old Fortunatus,” Institut für Anglistik, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, June 1993

99. “'nû dar swer tiuschen wîben ie gespraeche baz!' (L. 58, 35): Walther von der Vogelweide im kommunikativen Selbstbehauptungsprozess,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, June 1993

100. “'Suesser red mocht er engelten': Linguistic Manipulation of Human Existence in Heinrich Wittenwiler's Ring,” Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, New Orleans, LA, September 1993

101.”Women's Voices in Literary Love Discourse. From Sappho to Christa Wolf,” Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Denver, CO, October 1993

102. “Tragische Frauengestalten in mittelhochdeutschen Romanen,” 65th Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Atlanta, GA, November 1993

103. “Der vertrackte, widerspenstige Held Till Eulenspiegel: Sexualität, der Körper,
Transgression,” 109th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Ontario, December 1993

104. “The Encounter with the Other: Monsters, Dragons, Dwarfs, and Other Creatures in Late-Medieval Courtly Romances,” 109th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Ontario, December 1993

105. “They were not all bad: Georg Christian Lehms: Defense of Women,” Faculty of
 Humanities, University of Arizona, Tucson, February 1994

106. “Dialogics and Loss of Identity: Linguistic Community and Self-Destructive Individuation in Wernher the Gartenaere Meier Helmbrecht,” 28th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Seattle, WA, March 1994

107. “Spiritual and Existential Meanings of the Written Word: Strategies of Reading in
Hartmann von Aue's Gregorius as a Key to a Meaningful Human Existence,” XVth International Humanitas Congress, Tempe, AZ, March 1994

108. “Kreative Rezeption von Parzival und Tristan: Wilhelm Schäfers 'Anckemanns Tristan',” 29th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 1994

109. “Discovery of Love in the Middle Ages,” 1994 Wakonse Arizona Conference on Teaching, Camp Tontozona, Arizona, May 1994

110. “Minnesang als Spiel. Sinnkonstitution auf dem Schachbrett der Liebe,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Kiel, Kiel, June 1994

111. “Seinskonstitution im Leseakt: Adolf Muschgs Der rote Ritter als Antwort auf eine
 mittelalterliche These,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, June 1994

112. “'Dialogizität' und Verlust der Identität: Linguistische Gemeinschaft und selbstzerstörerische Individualisierung in Wernhers des Gartenaere Helmbrecht,” Departement de l'Allemagne, Université de Picardie, Amiens, June 1994
 
113. “El Poema de Mío Cid and Oswald von Wolkenstein,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 1994

114. “El Poema de Mío Cid - at the Crossroad of Reality and Fiction,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 1994

115. “Feminismus im Mittelalter, Frauen in der Kultur des 9.-16. Jahrhunderts,” Department of European Languages, University of Hawaii at Manoa, September 1994

116. “The Relevance of the Middle Ages - the Utopia of the Past? Feminist and Cultural Explorations of Early European History and Literature,” Dept. of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Maryland, College Park, Sept. 1994

117. “Andreas Capellanus aus kommunikationstheoretischer Sicht,” Institut für Mittellateinische Philologie, Freie Universität Berlin, Oct. 1994

118. “Oswalds von Wolkenstein Beziehung zu Italien - eine These im Kreuzfeuer der Kritik,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Greifswald, Oct. 1994

119. “Margery Kempe: Reisende in corpore - Reisende in spiritu. Die Mystikerin als peregrina,” Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Innsbruck, Oct. 1994

120. “Marco Polos Il Milione/Le Divisement du Monde: der Mythos des Ostens,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, Oct. 1994

121. “Morîz von Craûn - ein mittelalterlicher Zeuge für die postmoderne Diskussion zum     prozessualen Charakter von Literatur,” Fachbereich Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften, Universität Osnabrück, Oct. 1994

122. “Die neue und die alte Welt: Mediävistik in den USA heute,” Institut für Altertumskunde der Universität Köln. Mittellateinische Abteilung, Oct. 1994

123. “Tristant als Mönch aus neuer Sicht,” Dept. of German Languages and Literatures, University of Virginia, Oct. 1994

124. “Deutsche Lyrik im Mittelalter,” Department of European Languages, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Nov. 1994

125/126. “The History of the European Economic Community,” and: “Present and Future of the European Union,” Dept. of Social Sciences, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Nov. 1994

127. “The Jüngere Hildebrandslied in Its Early Modern Printed Versions: A Contribution to Late-Medieval Reception History,” 110th Convention of the Modern Language Association, San Diego, CA, Dec. 1994

128. “Women in the Middle Ages,” Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, Jan. 1995

129. “Reenactment of Chivalry: The Chapbook's Revivalism,” Reinventing the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Constructions of the Medieval and Early Modern Periods, First Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, Febr. 1995

130. “Die Fremde vertreten durch die Fremden: André Kaminskis     Afrikaberichte,” Dept. of German Studies, UAZ, Tucson, Febr. 1995

131. “Diu Klage - A Modern Text from the Middle Ages?,” Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Berkeley, CA, March 1995

131. “Why is Germany the Country it is Today? An In-depth Look at the Culture and Economy of Germany in the 1990s,” German-American Chamber of Commerce, Tucson, AZ, March 1995

132. “Everyday Life and the Divine: History of Mentality applied to the Churer
Weltgerichtsspiel of 1517,” International Symposium on Swiss Literature, Logan, Utah, April 1995; a German version presented at the Institut für Germanistik, University of Frankfurt, Germany, June 1995.

133. “Große fremde Welt: Afrika literarisch verarbeitet. Dem Lachen zum trotz, wir verstehen uns nicht. André Kaminskis Die Gärten des Mulay Abdallah, International Symposium on Swiss Literature, Logan, Utah, April 1995.

134. “Modern Scholarship versus the Medieval Scribe: Who is Right? The Case of Diu Klage,” Meeting of the University of Arizona Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Committee, April.

135. “von erfarung aller land”--Sebastian Brant’s Narrenschiff. A Document of Social, Intellectual, and Mental History,” 30th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1995.

136. “Revitalisierung des Rittertums. Nostalgie als literarische Strategie in den Volksbüchern,” Institut für Volkskunde, University of Innsbruck, Austria, June 1995.

137. “Modernität des Mittelalters? Zu Walther von der Vogelweide, Gottfried von Straßburg und Freidank,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Salzburg, Austria, June 1995.

138. “Multilingualism in Late-Medieval Poetry. A Case Study with Poetological Implications,” Fifteenth Century Studies. International Congress, Castle Kaprun/Salzburg, Austria, July 1995 (plenary talk, invited).

139. “Das Fragment als literarische Strategie: R. Musil, Th. Mann, H. Hesse, M. Ende,”
Deutsches Seminar, University of Basel, Switzerland, July 1995.

140. “Innovation und Tradition: Des Strickers Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal, Institut für Germanistik, University of Erlangen, Germany, July 1995.

141. “Irritationsobjekt 'Volksbuch'. Eine Textgattung im historischen Wandlungsprozeß einer akademischen Disziplin,” IXth World Congress of the International Association of Germanists (IVG), Vancouver, B.C., August 1995.

142. “Proverbs, Incantations, Prayers: Anthropological Approaches to Learning German,” Twelfth Annual Foreign/Second Language Teachers' Symposium, Univ. of Arizona, Sept. 1995.

143. “The Middle Ages: An Multidisciplinary and Multimedia Approach,” Mohave Community College, Kingman, AZ, September 1995.

144. “Why does Parzival not Speak? Wolfram's Concept of a Communicative Community,” Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Charleston, S.C., Oct. 1995.

145. “Anti-War Poetry in Classical Greek and Medieval German Heroic Literature,” Forty-Ninth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, W.A., Oct. 1995.

146. “Trauer müssen sie tragen: Postklassische Ästehtik des 13. Jahrhunderts in der Klage, Forty-Ninth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, W.A., Oct. 1995.

147. “History and Culture of Germany: The March into the Twenty-First Century,” Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Nov. 1995 (two hour multi-media presentation).

148. “Poetry Reading - Modern German Poetry by Albrecht Classen,” 29th Annual Meeting of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Anaheim, CA, Nov. 1995

149. “Inventing the Middle Ages as Recreation: The Testimony of the Chapbooks,” 111th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, IL, Dec. 1995

150. “Popular Culture Versus Elite Culture in the Late Middle Ages. The Survival of Medieval Literature in “Liederbücher,” The Future of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. 2nd Annual Conference of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, Febr. 1996.

151. “The Book and Reading in Medieval German Literature,” Thirtieth Anniversary Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Diego, CA, March 1996.

152. “Eighteenth-Century German Voices in America: German Jesuit Missionaries’ Accounts,” The Atlantic Bridge, Symposium, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, March 1996 (invited).

153. “The Atlantic Bridge: Reflections and Results of a Symposium,” The Atlantic Bridge, Symposium, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, March 1996 (invited).

154. “Spain and Germany in the Middle Ages: A Territory of Unexplored Literary, Cultural, Political, and Military Contacts, Exchanges, and Receptions,” The Lion & the Eagle. An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Spanisch-German Relations, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH, April 1996 (invited keynote address [only one]).

155. “Binary Oppositions of Self and God in Mechthild von Magdeburg’s Mystical Visions,” 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1996.

156. “The Good Monsters in the Orient. Confrontation with the Other as an Anthropological Exploration,” 31st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1996.

157. “Frühe Aufzeichnungen über den Südwesten der Vereinigten Staaten - lateinische und andere,” Mittellateinische Abteilung, Universität Köln, Germany, May 1996.

158. “Frauen in den Volksbüchern des 15. Jahrhunderts. Beispiele für einen sozialhistorischen Paradigmawechsel,” Text im Kontext: Deutsche Sprache und Literatur 1450-1620, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland, May/June 1996.

159. “Reiseberichte von Jesuiten aus Arizona im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert,” Institut für Germanistik, Karl-Franzens-Universität-Graz, Austria, June 1996.

160. “Ignaz Pfefferkorn Berichtet: Anthropologische, historische und literarische Aspekte der deutsch-jesuitischen Mission im Südwesten der heutigen USA,” Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien, Austria, June 1996.

161. “Begegnung in der Fremde und in uns: Mittelalterliche Perspektiven,” Institut für Anglistik, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, Austria, June 1996.

162. “Der Gral als kommunikative Herausforderung,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, Austria, June 1996.

163. “Multikulturalismus im Mittelalter: vom ‘Herzog Ernst’ zum ‘Narrenschiff’, Institut für Germanistik, Universität Bern, Switzerland, June 1996.

164. “Die Konfrontation mit dem ‘Fremden’ als anthropologische Erfahrung im Mittelalter,” Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M., Germany, July 1996.

165. “Medieval Manuscript Evidence Versus Modern (Mis)Interpretation: The Klage,” Third International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Great Britain, July 1996.

166. “Trauer müssen sie tragen: Postklassische Ästhetik des 13. Jahrhunderts in der Klage,” Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Ältere Literatur, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg i.Br., Germany, July 1996.

167. “Volkskultur versus “gehobene” Kultur in Liederbüchern des Spätmittelalters und 
der Frühneuzeit. Der Fall von Jörg Dürnhofers Liederbuch von ca. 1515,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Saarbrücken, Germany, July 1996.

168. “Revision der Heldendichtung durch den Klagedichter. Gefühlserforschung im Mittelalter,” Institut für Deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft der Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, July 1996.

169. “Autobiographische Diskurse als Identitätsexperimente in der Literatur des Spätmittelalters,” Akademie Friesach: Ich- Ulrich von Liechtenstein, Friesach, Austria, Sept. 1996.

170. “The Book and Magic of Reading: Wolfram von Eschenbach and Geoffrey Chaucer,” Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Waco, TX, Oct. 1996.

171. “Music as a Cultural Bridge to the Foreign: Pedagogical Ideas for a Class in Literature and a Class in Language, from a Medievalist’s Perspective,” 30th Annual Meeting of the ACTFL, Philadelphia, PA, Nov. 1996.

172. “Teaching of Foreign Languages, Literature, Research, and Administration: Challenges of the 21st Century,” Dept. of Foreign Languages, University of North Texas, Denton, Febr. 1997.

173. “‘Ach Gott, wem soll ichs klagen’: Women’s Erotic Poetry in Sixteenth-Century German Song Books,” Crossing Boundaries. Third Annual ACRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, Febr. 1997.

174. “A Jewish Woman song in a Sixteenth-Century Jewish Song-Book: A Contribution to German-Jewish Literature,” Third Annual Conference of the Western Jewish Studies Association: Women in Jewish Life and Culture, Tucson, AZ, April 1997.

175. “The Ultimate Challenge of Language in German Mystical Discourses: How do you say the Ineffable?,” 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May

176. “Spätmittelalterliche und moderne Tagelieder, neue Traditionsstränge,” Institut für Germanistik, Bergische University, Wuppertal, Germany, June 1997.

177. “Liederbücher des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts aus germanistischer, volkskundlicher und mentalitätsgeschichtlicher Sicht,” Deutsches Volksliedarchiv, University of Freiburg, Germany, June 1997.

178. “Das mhd. Tagelied in seiner frühneuzeitlichen Weiterentwicklung,” Deutsches Seminar, University of Freiburg, Germany, June 1997.

179. “Augustinus und Boethius, zwei große Philosophen des Mittelalters,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Salzburg, Austria, June 1997.

180. “Deutsch-Jüdische Beziehungen im hohen und späten Mittelalter,” Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur, University of Frankfurt, Germany, June 1997. 

181. “Die politische und kulturelle Situation in den USA heute,” Institut für Politische Wissenschaft, University of Greifswald, Germany, June 1997.

182. “Moderne Frauenforschung. Zur Literatur des Mittelalters aus amerikanischer Sicht,” Institut für Deutsche Philologie, University of Greifswald, Germany, June 1997.

183. Participant: Discussion Forum: “Über die Gestaltung wissenschaftlicher Texteditionen,” Mittelalterzentrum Greifswald, Germany, June 1997.

184. “What Could the Burgundians Have Done?: Breakdown of the Communicative Community in the Nibelungenlied,” Fourth International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, England, July 1997.

185. “The Pursuit of Happiness in the Middle Ages: Marie de France and Hartmann von Aue,” Twenty-Third Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Nashville, TN, September 1997.

186. “The Saracen Princess in Medieval German Literature: Wolfram von Eschenbach,” Fifty-First Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Denver, CO, Oct. 1997.

187. “The Contributions of Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century German Jesuit Missionaries to the History of German Literature,” Contribution of German Missionaries to the Development of Arizona-Sonora Borderlands, Arizona Historical Society, Tucson, Nov. 1997.

188. “German Medieval Studies as a Paradigm for German Studies,” 31st Annual Meeting of the American Council of Teachers of Foreign Languages, Nashville, TN, Nov. 1997.

189. “Ernst Robert Curtius and the Topos of the Book. The Impact of an Idea on Current Philological Research,” 113th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Dec. 1997.

190. “The Songbook by Ottilia Fenchlerin. The Tip of the Iceberg or a New Beginning of Women’s Poetic Literature in Sixteenth-Century Germany?,” 113th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Dec. 1997.

191. “Desperate Lovers, Suicidal and Murderous: Early Modern Dawn Songs and Ballads,” 113th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Toronto, Dec. 1997.

192. “The Bloody Battle Poems as Negative Examples: The Argument Against Blood Feud and Images of Peaceful Political Negotiations in German Heroic Poetry,” Fourth Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Tempe, Febr. 1998.

193. “Dichterlesung: eigene Werke,” invitation by Prof. Lisa Kahn, Houston, Texas, April 1998.

194. “Kultureller und religiöser Austausch zwischen dem christlichen Europa und dem buddhistischen Indien: Rudolfs von Ems Barlaam und Josaphat,” 51st Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 1998.

195. “Spain in Medieval German Travel Accounts,” 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1998.

196. “Frauen im Spannungsfeld Volkslied: Sammlerinnen, Dichterinnen, Protagonistinnen,” Seminar für Volkskunde, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, May 1998.

197. “Die Jesuiten in Amerika - ein Borsumer war dabei,” Heimatverein “Borsumer Kaspel”, Borsum, Germany, May 1998.

198. “Amish und Mennoniten: deutsche religiöse Minderheiten in den USA,” Hermann-Lietz-Schule, Hohenwehrda, Germany, May 1998.

199. “Gedichte-Lesung, Hermann-Lietz-Schule, Hohenwehrda, Germany, May 1998.

200. “Geistliche Frauenliteratur des späten Mittelalters und Liederbücher,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Bern, Switzerland, June 1998.

201. “Rom in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters: ‘Mai und Beaflor’,” Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M., Germany, June 1998.

201. “Die weibliche Stimme im frühneuzeitlichen Volkslied. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der deutschen Frauenliteratur,” Deutsches Volksliedarchiv, Freiburg i. Br., Germany, June 1998.

202. “Frauen im deutschen und europäischen Mittelalter,” Goethe-Institut, Freiburg i.Br., Germany, June 1998.

202. “Fremdbegegnung im 15. Jahrhundert. Poetische Reaktionen,” Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M., Germany, June 1998.

203. “Diu Klage - ein neu übersetzter und neuentdeckter Text des deutschen Mittelalters: Übersetzungsprobleme,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, Austria, June 1998.

204. “Sexuality in the Middle Ages - a Comparative Approach,” Institut für Anglistik, Franz-Leopold-Universität Innsbruck, Austria, June 1998.

205. “Krieg und Frieden als Thema der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Düsseldorf, Germany, July 1998.

205. “Frauen melden sich zu Wort: Das Phänomen Mystik aus feministischer Sicht,” Universität Bremen, Germany, July 1998.

206. “Der politische Prozeß in den USA,” Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Universität Koblenz-Landau, Germany, July 1998.

207. “What do they mean for us today? Medieval Literature at the End of the 20th Century. Boethius, John of Salisbury, John Mandeville, Christine de Pisan,” Ninth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, University of British Columbua, Vancouver, Aug. 1998.

208. “Writing a History of German Women’s Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present: Problems and New Approaches,” Twenty-Second Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 1998.

209. “Dismemberment, Rape, Murder, and Forceful Silencing: Violence in Late-Medieval Socialization of Sexuality,” Fifty-Second Annual Convention, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 1998.

210. “The Emergence of Modern Drama out of Late-Medieval Shrovetide Plays: The Case of “Das Leben der heyligen Frawen Susanna,” Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting, Southeastern Medieval Association, Decatur, GA, Oct. 1998.

211. “Deutsch-Amerikanische Dichterlesung - eigene Texte,” 32nd Annual Meeting of the ACTFL/AATG, Chicago, Nov. 1998

212. “Gabrielle Alioth: Mittelalterliche Stoffe und Themen im modernen literarischen Diskurs,” 32nd Annual Meeting of the ACTFL/AATG, Chicago, Nov. 1998.

213. “Book Reviews Online: New Scholarly Endeavors,” 114th Convention of the Modern Language Association, San Francisco, Dec. 1998.

214. “Die ‘Querelle des femmes” im 16. Jahrhundert im Kontext des theologischen Gelehrtenstreits. Die literarischen Beiträge von Argula von Grumbach und Anna Ovena Hoyers,” 114th Convention of the Modern Language Association, San Francisco, Dec. 1998.

215. “The Emerging Role of Money in Late-Medieval Literature with Special Emphasis on German Courtly Poetry and Popular Songs,” Fifth Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Feb. 1999.

216. “Die menschliche Sprache - Kommunikation, Funktion, Bedeutung,” Universitat de València, Departament de Filologia Anglesa I Alemanya, Feb. 1999.

217. “La busqueda de la utopia en el mundo del Graal. El ‘Jüngere Titurel’ de Albrecht von Scharfenberg,” Parzival. Reescritura y Transformación, Universitat de València, Spain, Febr. 1999.

218. “Love ‘in Extremis’: The Problem of Suicide in Middle High German Courtly Romances,” The Department of Germanic Studies, University of Texas at Austin, April 1999.

219. “The Amazing East and the Curious Reader: World Exploration Through a Writer’s Mind: Lamprecht’s Alexander,” 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1999.

220. “The Meeting of the Foreign and the Foreigners in Medieval German Literature,” Germanisztikai Intézet, Kossuth-Lajos-University, Debrecen, Hungary, May 1999.

221. “From the Medieval City to the Modern American Metropolis. Cultural-Historical and Economic-Political Investigations,” Janus Pannonius University, Pécs, Hungary, May 1999.

222. “Hartmann von Aue als Zeuge des Fremden,” Eötvös-Loránd-University, Budapest, Hungary, June 1999.

223. “Die Begegnung mit dem Tod in Johannes von Tepl Der Ackermann aus Böhmen,” Eötvös-Loránd-University, Budapest, Hungary, June 1999.

224. “Das Zeitalter der Reformation - “Volks”kultur und “Volks”literatur als unbekannte Größen in der Literaturgeschichte des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Europäisches Institut, Eötvös-Loránd-Universität, Budapest, June 1999.

225. “Das Nachleben des Mittelalters vom Barock bis zur Moderne,” Institut für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft, Universität Wien, Austria, June 1999.

226. “Aus der Privatsphäre der Literatur. Korrespondierende Frauen des 18. Jahrhunderts am Beispiel der Elisabeth von der Pfalz,” Tagung Geschlechterbild und Frauenrealität im 18. Jahrhundert. Perspektiven österreichischer Forschung, Vienna, Austria, June 1999.

227. “Das Buch als Medium der Erkenntnis im Mittelalter,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, June 1999.

228. “Der Zwerg in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters und in der Frühneuzeit. Anthropologische und ethnologische Studien zur vormodernen deutschen Literatur,” Institut für Europäische Ethnologie, Universität Innsbruck, June 1999.

229. “Suicide in Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Modern World. Philosophical, Literary, and Historical Perspectives,” Institut für Anglistik, Universität Innsbruck, June 1999.

230. “Motivationsstrukturen für Deutschlehrer: Organisation, Kommunikation, Motivation, Public Relations,” (Motivational Structures for Teachers of German: Organisatzion, Communication, Motivation, Public Relations) Tagung der ungarischen Fachberater für Deutschlehrer, Orságos Kózoktatási Intézet-Pedagógus Tovabbképzési Iroda (State Institute for Adult Education - Office for Teachers’ Education), Veszprém, Hungary, June 1999 (3 hour presentation and workshop).

231. “Rezeptionsgeschichte, Mentalitätsgeschichte, Gender Studies, Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft und Interdisziplinarität - Neue Wege der mediävistischen Germanistik,” A Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Történettudományi Intézete, Budapest, July 1999 (Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences).

232. “Schüler-Lehrer Beziehungen, Motivierungsstrategien, moderne Medien im Deutschunterricht,” Seminar für junge ungarische Deutschlehrer und Germanistik-Studenten (Seminar for Beginning Teachers of German and Students Majoring in German), Goethe-Institute Budapest, Nyiregyháza, July 1999 (3 hour presentation and workshop).

233. “Foreigners in Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 1999.

234. “Problematic Sanctity: The Conflict between the World and God in Courtly Society,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 1999.

235. “Exploration of Foreign Spaces and Foreign People: Marco Polo, Fortunatus, Hans Staden, and the Early Modern Apodemic Literature,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 1999.

236. “Lieddichtung und Liederbücher im deutschen Spätmittelalter,” Interdisziplinäres Symposion der Oswald von Wolkenstein-Gesellschaft: Bilanz der Spätmittelalterforschung, Kaprun, Austria, Sept. 1999.

237. “Genre, Lesepublikum, Buchmarkt - die Entwicklung des frühneuhochdeutschen ‘Volksbuchs als polyvalentes Diskursforum. Zur Phänomenologie der spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Literatur,” Textsorten deutscher Prosa vom 12./13. Jahrhundert bis 18. Jahrhundert und ihre Merkmale, Berlin, Germany, Sept. 1999.

238. “Postmodernity of the Middle Ages: the Medieval in the Postmodern World, with particular emphasis on Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône,” Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Atlanta, Oct. 1999.

239. “Laughter Which Resonates Throughout the Ages: Medieval Poets Poking Fun. With Special Emphasis on the Grotesque in Tristan als Mönch, Twenty-Third Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 1999.

240. “Utopias in Premodern German Literature,” Twenty-Third Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 1999.

241. “Late Medieval Bereavement Poems: The Lament and The Plowman,” The 115th Modern Language Annual Convention, Chicago, Dec. 1999.

242. “Women Scribes, Women Printers, Women Editors, and Women Poets in the Late Middle Ages,” The 115th Modern Language Annual Convention, Chicago, Dec. 1999.

243. “Assessment and Formative Feedback in a General Education Class,” Strategies for Success. Assessing and Teaching at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Jan. 2000

244. “Assessment and Formative Feedback on the Various Level of Higher Education. From the Freshman Class (Tier One) to the Graduate Course,” Strategies for Success. Assessing and Teaching at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Jan. 2000

245. “Frauen im Druckgewerbe der frühen Neuzeit,” Festveranstaltung der Gutenberg-Gesellschaft, Mainz: Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 2000, Mainz, Feb. 2000

246. “Rudolf von Ems und die Welt des Orients. Interkulturelle und intertextuelle Studien. Orient und Okzident im Mittelalter,” Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M., Germany, Febr. 2000

247. “To Fear or Not to Fear: Ambivalent Attitudes toward Life and the Afterlife with Special Emphasis on Oswald von Wolkenstein (1376/77-1445),” Sixth Annual ACMRS Conference: Fear and Its Representation in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Febr. 2000

248. “The Modernity of the Middle Ages - Past and Present Approaches to a Distant Field,” Graduate Seminar, Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies, UA, Feb. 2000 (2 ½ hour presentation).

249. “Missionarische Bemühungen als Welterforschung. Jesuitische Sichtweisen von der Neuen Welt im nördlichen Mexiko bzw. im heutigen Arizona,” Wolfenbütteler Arbeitskreis für Barockforschung. 10. Jahrestreffen: Artes et scientiae. Repräsentation alter und neuer Sichtweisen von ‘Natur’ in der frühen Neuzeit, Wolfenbüttel, Germany, April 2000

250. “Erhart Groß: ein unbekannt gebliebener aber interessanter deutscher Schriftsteller des 15. Jahrhunderts,” 53rd Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 2000

251. “Entgegen aller Erwartungen: das Lob auf die Ehefrau im Reinfried von Braunschweig,” 35th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2000

252. “Deutsche Jesuiten im Südwesten der USA - transatlantische Beziehungen bereits im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert,” Universität Hildesheim, June 2000

253. “Neue Forschungen zu den deutschsprachigen Missionaren in Sonora, 17. bis 19. Jahrhundert,” Borsum (near Hildesheim), June 2000

254. “Poetologische Experimente im deutschen Minnesang: der Schweizer Minnesänger Ulrich von Singenberg,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Düsseldorf, June 2000

255. “Hermann Hesse als Mediävist,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Wuppertal, June 2000

256. “Mord, Totschlag, Vergewaltigung, Unterdrückung und Sexualität. Liebe und Gewalt in der Welt von Heinrich Kaufringer,” Institut für Deutsche Philologie, Westfälische-Wilhelms Universität Münster, July 2000

257. “Widows and their Social and Religious Function in Late Medieval Life. Erhart Gross’s ‘Witwenbuch,’ 1446,” 4th International Congress. The Fifteenth Century, Antwerp, July 2000

258. “Memoria and Mourning within the Tristan Tradition, with particular emphasis on Tristan als Mönch, International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July 2000

259. “Love for God as the Premise for Love Here on Earth, and Vice Versa. Some Thoughts on Hartmann von Aue’s Der arme Heinrich, Abelard and Heloise, and Hadewijch,” International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July 2000

260. “Die Mutter spricht zu ihrer Tochter. Literatursoziologische Betrachtungen zu einem feministischen Thema,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Karlsruhe, July 2000

261. “The Light at the End of the Tunnel: Motivation in Foreign Language Teaching,” Arizona Language Association Annual Conference 2000, Tucson, Sept. 2000 (one hour presentation)

262. “Money Makes the World Go Round: The Testimony of Late Medieval and Early Modern Popular Song Poetry,” Twenty-Fourth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Houston, TX, Oct. 2000

263. Poetry Reading in English and German - New Creations,” At Lisa Kahn’s House, Houston, TX, Oct. 2000

264. “The Historical Stages of German from the Middle Ages to the Nineteenth Century: Changing Problems of Translation from a Philological and Pedagocal Perspective,” 54th Annual Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Convention, Boise, ID, Oct. 2000

265. “The Reading Hero in the Library of Courtly Romance: Marie de France, Konrad von Würzburg, and Heinrich von dem Türlin,” 70th Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Birmingham, AL, Nov. 2000

266. “Storms, Sea Crossings, and the Transformation of the Protagonist,” 70th Annual Convention of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Birmingham, AL, Nov. 2000

267. “The Future of the Past: The Multiple Use of the Web for Teaching the Middle Ages,” Technology Issues Exchange Day, UoA, Tucson, Dec. 2000

268. “The German Kirchengesangbuch: A Literary Phenomenon of the Sixteenth Century,” The 116th MLA Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2000

269. “Semiotics of Hunt in Medieval Literature,” The 116th MLA Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2000

270. “Gender Studies in Pre-modern Literature,” Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana, Jan. 2001

271. “The ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’: The Medieval Convent Seen from an Interdisciplinary     Perspective,” Work in Progress. UAMARRC, Univ. of Arizona, Febr. 2001    

272. “Sonora - a Web-Based German Textbook Using 18th-Century Jesuit Missionary Reports for German Classes in the Southwest,” Arizona Chapter Meeting of the AATG, Scottsdale, AZ, Febr. 2001    

273. “Travel, Orality, and the Literary Discourse: Historical Travels and Literary Travels at the Crossroad of the Oral and the Literary,” Oral History of the Middle Ages. The Spoken Word in Context. Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Febr. 2001

274. “Germanistik, Deutsche Philologie, and German Studies in the United States. With a Focus on Early Modern Popular Love Poetry,” Eötvös-Loránd-University, Budapest, Hungary, March 2001

275. “The Treasure House of Wienhausen: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Weaving, Literature, and Music in a Late-Medieval North-German Cistercian Nunnery,” 76th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy, Tempe, AZ 2001

276. “Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages - Were the Relations all that Bad?,” Moses “versus” Christ: Judeo-Christianity in German Literature, University of Alabama at Huntsville, March 2001.

277. “Gender Conflicts, Miscommunication, and Communicative Communities in the Late Middle Ages: The Evidence of Fifteenth-Century German Verse Narratives,” 54th Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 2001.

278. “The Complex Art World of Ebstorf: Art, Literature, Science, and God,” 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.

279. “The Crusader as Lover and Tourist: Utopian Elements in Late Medieval German Literature: From Herzog Ernst to Reinfried von Braunschweig and Fortunatus,” 35th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001.

280. “Von Chaucers ‘Canterbury Travels’ bis zu Wickrams ‘Rollwagenbüchlein’: Literarische Spiegel des Alltags im Spätmittelalter. Reisen als Gleichmacher der sozialen Stände,” Textallianzen am Schnittpunkt der germanistischen Disziplinen. Internationale Tagung der Schweizerischen Akademischen Gesellschaft für Germanistik, Lausanne, Switzerland, May 2001.

281. “Frauen in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte des Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit,” Deutsches Seminar, Universität Zürich, Switzerland, May 2001.

282. “Herz und Seele in Hartmanns von Aue ‘Der arme Heinrich.’ Der mittelalterliche Dichter als Psychologe?,” Institut für Germanistik, University of Karlsruhe, May 2001.

283. “Witwen in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters - Sozialhistorische und Mentalitätshistorische Betrachtungen,” Institut für Deutsche Sprache und Literatur II, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a. M., Germany, May 2001.

284. “Gabrielle Alioth:Mittelalterliche Stoffe und Thmen im modernen literarischen Diskurs,” Deutsches Seminar, University of Basel, Switzerland, May 2001.

285. “Die Entwicklung des Liebesthemas in der deutschen Literatur vom frühen bis zum späten Mittelalter,” Germanistik, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany, June 2001.
286. “Frauen in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte - als Thema in Deutsch als Fremdsprache,” Herder Institut, Universität Leipzig, Germany, June 2001.

287. “Die Nibelungenklage: Übersetzungsprobleme und Interpretationsfragen,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, Austria, June 2001.

288. “The Erotic Language of Discourse: the Correspondence between Abelard and Heloise, and the Mystical Revelations of Hadewijch and Margery Kempe,” Institut für Anglistik, Universität Innsbruck, Austria, June 2001.

289. “Kinder im deutschen Volkslied des fünfzehnten und 16. Jahrhunderts,” Archiv für Volksliedkunde, Universität Freiburg, Germany, July 2001.

290. “Dogs as Messengers, Carriers of Text, Protectors, and Drugs in Courtly Life and Literature,” International Medieval Congress, Leeds, England, July 2001.

291. “Die Heidin” — A Late-Medieval Experiment in Cultural Rapprochement Between Christians and Saracens,” Between Empires. ‘Orientalism’ before 1600, Trinity College, Cambridge, England, July 2001.

293. “German-Jesuit Travel Accounts and Scientific Reports about Sonora for the German Language-Class, a Web-Based German Textbook,” AZ AATG Meeting, Fall 2001, Chandler, AZ.
 
294. “Mittelalterliche Erotik und moderne Sexualität in der Welt von König Artus. Adolf Musch gegen Wolfram von Eschenbach oder Psychologie gegen Spiritualität,” Artus-Mythen und Moderne. Aspekte der Rezeption in Literatur, Kunst, Musik und in den Medien, Phantastische Bibliothek, Wetzlar, Sept. 2001.

295. “Use of the Web in the Classroom: German Culture in Arizona,” 18th Annual Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, University of Arizona, Sept. 2001

296. “Voices of the Other: The Influence of Women Writers on Medieval German Literature,” invited talk, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, Oct. 2001

296. Poetry Reading, “Recent Poems,” Fifty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 2001

297. “The Role of the Book and of Literature in the 21st Century,” Fifty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 2001

298. “Abelard and Heloise’s Love Story from the Perspective of their Son Astrolabe: Luise Rinser’s Novel Abaelards Liebe (1991),” Fifty-Fifth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 2001

299. “Epistemology at the Courts: The Discussion of Love by Andreas Capellanus and Juan Ruiz,” Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, New Orleans, LA, Oct. 2001

300. “Ein spätmittelalterlicher deutscher Dichter auf Spanienreise: Oswald von Wolkenstein,” Seminario internacional: Paisajes espirituales: El diálogo cultural entre Alemania y Valencia, Valencia, Spain, Nov. 2001

301. “Hartmann von Aue und Walther von der Vogelweide,” Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain, Nov. 2001

302. “Artusepik, Minnesang, und Sangspruchdichtung,” Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain, Nov. 2001

303. “El papel de la mujer en la historia de la literatura alemana,” Departamento di Filologia Alemana, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2001

304. “Die Geschichte der deutschen Sprache zur Zeit des Karolingerreichs,” Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain, Nov. 2001

305. “Self-Enactment of Late Medieval Chivalry: The Tournament as Performance and Self-Representation in Ulrich von Liechtenstein’s ‘Frauendienst’,” 117th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, New Orleans, Dec. 2001.

306. “Moriz von Craûn: Who is Afraid of Courtly Love?,” Third UAMARRC Symposium: “Little Known but Significant Documents and Issues”, Tucson, AZ, Feb. 2002    

307. “Die Suche nach dem Ich in der Gottheit. Mystische Literatur als epistemologisches Phänomen im Spätmittelalter,” Soi-même et l’autre dans la littérature mediévale. Colloque international, Centre d’Etudes Médiévales de l’Université de Picardie-Jules Verne, Amiens, March 2002.

308. “Auf dem Weg in die Zukunft über das Mittelalter in Thomas Manns Zauberberg,” 55th     Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, KY, April 2002.    

309. “The Downfall of a Hero: Siegfried’s Self-Destruction and the End of Heroism,” 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2002

310. “Answers That Lie in the Past: Meister Eckhart’s Mystical Teachings for the 21st Century,” 34th Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association, Las Vegas, NV, May 2002.

311. “Jewish-Christian Relations in the German Middle Ages. The Exploration of alternative voices? Or: The Deconstruction of Myth or Fact? Literary-Historical Investigations,” German Literature Between Faiths: Jew and Christian at Odds and in Harmony, University of Alabama, Huntsville, June 2002. (Key-Note Presentation)

312. Participant, Round-Table Discussion, “Past, Present, and Future of Judeo-Christian Relations,” German Literature Between Faiths: Jew and Christian at Odds and in Harmony, University of Alabama, Huntsville, June 2002.

313. “Sprachmühlen - Spurensuchen. Reading of Own Poetry,” German Literature Between Faiths: Jew and Christian at Odds and in Harmony, University of Alabama, Huntsville, June 2002.

314. “Mysticism - a Medieval and Timeless Phenomenon,” Department of German Studies, UoA, Ger 379, Religion in German Culture

315. “The Emergence of a New Genre: Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century German Marriage Tracts and Wedding Song,” 4th UAMARRC Work-in-Progress Symposium, UoA, Tucson, Sept. 2002.

316. “New Poems,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, Sept. 2002

317. “Courtly Love and Mysticism in the European Middle Ages,” Love in Religion, Trad. Course, UoA, Sept. 2002. 

318. “Violence to Women, Women’s Rights, and their Defenders in Medieval German Literature,” Fall Meeing of the Delaware Valley Medieval Association, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Sept. 2002. (Key-Note Presentation)

319. “Gender Crossing, Spiritual Transgression, and the Erotic Experience of the Divine in Mystical Discourse,” 28th Annual Meeting of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Tallahassee, FL, Sept. 2002.

320. “Women and the Power of Language,” Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, San Diego, Oct. 2002.

321. “Der verkannte Meister als Schlüsselfigur des 16. Jahrhunderts: Hans Sachs im Kreuzfeuer der Kritik,” Fifty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 2002.

322. “Neue Gedichte - Dichterlesung,” Fifty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 2002

323. “German Feminists in the Late Middle Ages: Argula von Grumbach and Anna Ovena Hoyers,” Department of Languages and Literatures,” Arizona State University, Tempe, Oct. 2002

324. “The World of the Turks Described by an Eye-Witness: Georgius de Hungaria’s Dialectical Discourse about the Foreign World,” 1453 to 1699: Cultural Encounters Betwen East and West. University of London, Institute of English Studies, London, Nov. 2002

325. “Love and Fear of the Foreign: Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine (1456),” The 118th     Modern Language Association Annual Convention, New York, Dec. 2002    

326. “Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century German Women Voices: New Discoveries in a Sea of Popular Song Poetry,” 5th Work-In-Progress Symposium, UAMARRC, UA, Jan. 2003

327. “Postmodern Approaches to the Middle Ages: Teaching the Past Using the Web,” Eleventh Anual Teaching and Technology Conference for Arizona Educators,” TUSD, Tucson, Feb. 2003

328. “Lustful Obsessions with the Foreign in the Courtly World: Experimentations with the Obscure, Bizarre, and Grotesque in Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône,” Ninth Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference: Multi-Cultural Europe and Cultural Exchange, Tempe, Feb. 2003

329. “German Poetry from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century: Political and Humanistic Aspects,” Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2003 (invited).

330. “Poetry in the Basic German Language Class,” Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2003 (invited).

331. “A Taste of Germany. Poetry Reading,” Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2003 (invited)

332. “Marie de France and Gottfried von Straßburg in Light of Mysticism,” Department of History, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, March 2003 (invited)

333. “Modernity of the Middle Ages in Cultural-Historical Terms,” Department of German Studies, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, March 2003 (invited)

334. “Das deutsche Mittelalter im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert,” Department of German Studies, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, March 2003 (invited)

335. “Violence in the Middle Ages,” Department of History, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, March 2003 (invited)

336. “Methodology and Approaches in Literary Studies for Historians,” Department of History, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, March 2003 (invited)

337. “Discourse on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval Literature,” Victorian Universities Medieval and Renaissance Seminar, Melbourne, Australia, March 2003 (invited)

338. “Domestic Violence in Medieval German Literature, and Other Modern Concepts for the Interpretation of Medieval Literature,” Dept. of German, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, April 2003 (invited)
                            
339. “New Poetry: War, Peace, and Love,” Max Kade House, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, April 2003 (invited)

340. “The Glory of the Medieval Past: Courtly Love, God, and Knighthood in Medieval Manuscripts and Early Prints,” My Heart Does Dance. Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval Times, Exhibition, Special Collections, University of Arizona Library, April 2003.

341. “Die Winsbekin: wahrhaftig eine Dichterin oder eine männliche Projektion” (in English), 56th Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, April 2003.

342. “Love, Marriage, and Sexual Transgressions in Heinrich Kaufringer’s Verse Narratives,” Discourse on Love, Marriage, and Transgression in Medieval and Early-Modern Literature, UA, Tucson, May 2003.

343. “Moriz, Tristan, and Ulrich as the Master Disguise Artists: Deconstruction and Reenactment of Courtliness in Moriz von Craûn, Tristan als Mönch, and Frauendienst, 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2003.

344. “Tristan in seinem europäischen Kontext,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Frankfurt, June 2003.

345. “Chaucer’s Contribution to the Querelle de Mariage in Its European Context,” Institut für Anglistik, Universitat Fribourg, Switzerland, June 2003.
            
346. “The Medieval Crusades and Their Impact on European Culture,” Institut für Anglistik, Universität Innsbruck, Austria, June 2003.

347. The Struggle against Fear as a Struggle for the Self in Konrad von Würzburg’s 
Partonopier und Meliur,” Partonopeus In Europe,” University of Sheffield, UK, July 2003.

348. “The Kyot-Problem: Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival and the Twelfth-Century Jewish Communities in the Provence,” 6th Work-in-Progress Symposium, UAMARRC, Tucson, Sept. 2003.
        
349. “Late-Medieval Deconstruction of the Cruel Husband: Poets against Male Aggression and Marital Abuse,” Twenty-Sevens Annual Conference, German Studies Association, New Orleans, Sept. 2003

350. “Recent Poems - A Reading,” Fifty-Seventh Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Missoula, MT, Oct. 2003

351. “Women, Wives, and Marriage in the World of Hans Sachs,” Fifty-Seventh Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Missoula, MT, Oct.

352. “Helene Kottanner: The First German Author of Memorial Literature,” 29th Annual Conference of the South Eastern Medieval Association, Fayetteville, AR, Oct. 2003        

353. “The Christian Warrior in Muslim Territory: A World of Wonders - Reinfried von Braunschweig as a Tolerant Christian?,” The 118th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, San Diego, Dec. 2003

354. “Gottfried von Strassburg and the Tristan Romance,” First Early Book Lecture Series, University of Arizona, Tucson, Jan. 2004

355. “From Scandal to the Scandalous: From the Fablel to Moriz von Craun,” Tenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Translatio, or the Transmission of Culture, Tempe, Feb. 2004

356. “The Role of Women in the Brother Grimms’ Fairy Tales,” Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2004 (invited: Distinguished Speaker Series)

357. Podium Discussion: “The Role of Religion in German Literature,” Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2004

358. Recent Poems, a Reading, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Alabama, Huntsville, March 2004

359. “Politische Aussagen in deutschen Gedichten des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts,” Departamento de Filología Aleman, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, March 2004

360. Workshop: “Probleme des Frühneuhochdeutschen,” Departamento de Filología Aleman, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, March 2004

361. “Women in Medieval Heroic and Courtly Literature,” Departamento de la Literature Ingles y de Norteamericano, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, March 2004
                                                
362. “Ciceronian Friendship in Medieval German Literature, with an Emphasis on Konrad von Würzburg’s Engelhard,” 57th Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, April 2004 
        
363. “Philippe Ariès and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Emotions: Where do we stand today?,” Childhood and Family Relations in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age, International Symposium, UA, Tucson, April-May 2004

364. “Mittelalterliche Chronistik und Literatur im Werk von Hans Sachs: Rezeptionshistorische Perspektiven im 16. Jahrhundert,” 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2004

365. “Female Agency and Power in Medieval Tristan Romances,” 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 2004

366. “Kindheit im Mittelalter. Der Paradigmawechsel kündigt sich an,” Institut für deutsche Sprache, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, June 2004

367. “Das Ende des Mittelalters? Testfall Liederbücher Georg Forsters,” Deutsches Volksliedarchiv, Universität Freiburg, June 2004

368. “The End of an Empire - the Decline of the USA under President George W. Bush,” Dept. of English, Universität Landau, June 2004

369. “Die Kontinuität des Mittelalters in der Predigtliterature - der Fall von Johannes Paulis Predigtmärlein,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Chemnitz, June 2004

370. “Moderne Interpretationen des ´Hildebrandslieds´für den Deutschunterricht,” Herder-Institut, Universität Leipzig, June 2004

371. “Volkslied und Volksbuch: Gattungsexplosion und Gattungsexperimente in der deutschen Literatur des Spätmittelalters,” Institut für Germanistik, Freie Universität Berlin, June 2004

372. “Frauen in der Geschichte der Reformation,” Deutsche Kulturwissenschaft, Universität Hildesheim, June 2004

373. “Nibelungenlied-Rezeption in den USA vom 19. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, June 2004

374. “Die jüdische Kultur in der Provence des 12. Jahrhunderts als Quellenbereich für Wolframs von Eschenbach Kyot-Figur,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität München, June 2004

375. “Moderner Sport und mittelalterliche Ethik im Licht der Gesundheitsproblematik der postmodernen Gesellschaft (mit Schwerpunkt auf den USA),” Pressekonferenz, Herzplus, Städtische Sportschule München, June 2004

376. “Königinnen in der mittelhochdeutschen Heldendichtung: Frauen und Macht in Politik und Literatur,” Deutsche Philologie des Mittelalters, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, July 2004
                                
377. and 378. “Poetry Readings (Kino Casablanca and BilderWelten), Berlin, Aug. 2004.

379. “Deutsche Lieddichtung im barocken Schatten: Das Venus-Gärtlein als Bindeglied zwischen spätmittelalterlicher und frühneuzeitlicher Lyrik,” Textsorten und Textallianzen, Universität Münster, Germany, Sept. 2004

380. “Die romantischen Volksliedersammlungen und ihre spätmittelalterlichen Quellen,” Fifty-Eight Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Sept./Oct. 2004

381. “Polyglots in Medieval German Literature: Outsiders, Critics, or Revolutionaries? Wernher the Gardener’s Meier Helmbrecht,” Fifty-Eight Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Sept./Oct. 2004

382. “Poetry Reading,” Fifty-Eight Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Sept./Oct. 2004

383. “The Suffering Queen: Mai und Beaflor — A Potential Medieval Bestseller,” 7th Work-in-Progress Symposium, UAMARRC, Tucson, Oct. 2004.

384. “The Fourteenth-Century Verse Novella ‘Das Häslein” - Medieval Eroticism, Social Discourse, and Ethical Criticism,” Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Charleston, SC., Oct. 2004

385. “Bavaria on the Web: Resources for German Teachers,” Arizona AATG Fall Meeting, Tempe, Oct. 2004

386. “Childhood in the Middle Ages: A German Studies Approach,” Department of German Studies, (Colloquia Series), UA, November 2004

387. “The Rediscovery of Hans Sachs as a Powerful Voice in Upper-Division German Literature Classes. With Particular Emphasis on ‘Der farendt schuler im paradeizß’,” The 120th MLA Annual Convention, Philadelphia, Dec. 2004

388. “To Love or not to Love, That is the Question: The Gender Debate and Marriage in the Middle Ages,” Distinguished Lecture Series, College of Humanities, Tucson, Jan. 2005

389. “How to Teach Medieval History, Culture, and Literature Using the Web,” The 13th Annual Teaching and Technology Conference, Tucson Magnet High School, Jan. 2005.

390. “The German Literary Canon and its Historical Construction: With an Emphasis on the Late-Medieval Songbook, the Prose Novel, and Their Reception History,” German Studies, Emory University, Atlanta, Jan. 2005

391. “Comic Elements in the German Middle Ages and the Reformation: The Example of Till Eulenspiegel,” German Studies, Emory University, Atlanta, Feb. 2005

392. “Werner Rolevinck’s Fasciclum Temporum. The History of a Late-Medieval Bestseller, or: the First Hypertext,” Second Early Book Lecture Series, Special Collections, University of Arizona Library, Feb. 2005            

393. “Food as Symbol of Personal Maturity in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival and Contemporary Romances,” Eleventh Annual ACMRS Conference: Feast, Famine, and Fasting: Fod and Material Consumption in Medieval and Renaissance Culture, Tempe, Feb. 2005 

394. “The Disrupted Dinner: Interlacing the Heroic with the Courtly, Metaphorized in Kitchens, Dinner Preparations, and Quenched Fires,” Eleventh Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, 2005 

395. “The Myth of the Middle Ages: The Rediscovery and Mythologization of the Middle Ages in the 19th and 20th Centuries,” Arizona State University, German Studies, Tempe, 2005     

396. “The Hildebrandslied in the German Classroom,” Arizona AATG, Spring Meeting, April 2005, Tucson        

397. “New Knowledge, Disturbing and Attractive: The Faustbuch and the Wagnerbuch as Witnesses of the Early-Modern Paradigm Shift,” Frühe Neuzeit Interdisziplinär: Orthodoxies and Diversities in Early Modern German-Speaking Europe, Duke University, Durham, NC, April 2005 

398. “The History of Marriage from the Early Middle Ages to the Present,” The University of Arizona Speaker Series 2005, April

399. The Disconnect Between the Academic and the Public: the Case of the Middle Ages,” 3rd Annual Meeting of the Cultural Studies Association, Tucson, April 2005

400. “Love of Discourse and Discourse of Love in Middle High German Minnesang: The Case of the Post-Walther Generation in the Thirteenth Century,” “Words of Love and Love of Words in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” Tucson, AZ, April/May 2005.

401. “The Heroic Tradition in Hans Sachs’s Oeuvre,” 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, May 2005.

402. “Freundschaft, der edelsten Werte einer”. Schiller und die literarhistorische Tradition eines Motivs,”Deutsche Kulturwissenschaft, Universität Hildesheim, June 2005 (invited)

403. “New Poems,” Kino Casablanca, Aphaia Verlag, Berlin, June 2005 (invited)

404. “Schwänke, Mæren, Novelle, Fabliaux und Fazetiae: die Entwicklung eines europäischen Erzähltypus im Spätmittelalter,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Chemnitz, June 2005 (invited)

405. “Liebe, Sexualität und Ehe in der höfischen Dichtung des Mittelalters: Performanz, Ritual, Kommunikation und Ethik,” Institut für deutsche Sprache, Literatur und Literaturkritik and Institut für Anglistik, Universität Innsbruck, June 2005 (invited)

406. “Sport- und Krafttraining im Licht der ritterlichen Ausbildung und kulturellen Selbstidentität,” 9. Bad Uracher Sportärzte Symposium, June 2005 (invited)

407. “Die Stadt als Kristallisationspunkt der Kultur- und Literaturentwicklung im Spätmittelalter,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Karlsruhe, June 2005 (invited)

408. “Das spätmittelalterliche geistige und weltliche Spiel als Ausdruck der Mentalitäts- und Alltagsgeschichte,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, June 2005 (invited)

409. “Das Ehelied als innovative Gattung in der Literatur des späten Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Freiburg, June 2005 (invited)

410. “Trauergestik und -ritual im mittelhochdeutschen Roman und in der Heldendichtung,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Saarbrücken, June 2005 (invited)

411. “Inzest, Mordanschlag, Fälschung und Matrizid im späten 13. Jahrhundert: der sentimentale Roman Mai und Beaflor,” Institut für deutsche Sprache, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, June 2005 (invited)

412. “Caught on an Island: Geographic and Spiritual Isolation in Medieval Courtly Literature,” International Medieval Congress, Leeds, UK, July 2005

413. “Objects of Memory as Visual Aids in Medieval Literature,” Mellen State-of-the Art Conference in Honor of Mary Carruthers, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Sept. 2005.

414. “German Studies in Light of Medieval and Early Modern Studies,” Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Sept. 2005.

415. “Anna Weckerin: a New Voice in the Canon of Late-Medieval/Early-Modern German Literature,” 8th Work-in-Progress Symposium, UAMARRC, University of Arizona, Sept. 2005

416. “Marriage in Late-Medieval German Passion and Nativity Plays,” Twenty-Ninth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Milwaukee, WI, Sept./Oct. 2005

417. Commentator, three papers on: “The Political Culture of Court Society III: Rulers and Representation,” Twenty-Ninth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Milwaukee, WI, Sept./Oct. 2005

418. “‘Women Win the Day’: The Female Heroine in Late-Medieval German Mæren,” “The Rules Are Different Here: Otherness and the Middle Ages,” Thirty-First Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Daytona Beach, FL, Oct. 2005

419. “Myth-Making Process: The Medieval Chastity Belt,” Department of German Studies Colloquium Series, Oct. 2005.

420. “Borders Past and Present: The Model of the Middle Ages in Face of the 21st Century,” 24th Annual Conference of the Western Humanities Alliance, Tucson, AZ, Oct. 2005    

421. “Religious Dialogues as Indictors of Religious Tolerance? From Lessing to Jans of Vienna,” Antisemitism in the Middle Ages, Round-Table Panel, UAMARRC, University of Arizona, Nov. 2005

422. “Por que estudiamos el edad media en el siglo XXI?,” Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2005

423. “Historia de mujeres en el edad media: un discorso,” Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2005

424. “El Nibelungenlied: Introducción y interpretaciones modernos,” Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2005

425. “Marie de France et Christine de Pizan: Deux femmes centrales dans la littérature française médiévale,” Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2005

426. “Wolfram von Eschenbach: Perspectivas biograficas, historicas, y inerpretativas,” Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2005

427. “Violencia en el mundo medieval: Reflexiones preliminares,” Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2005

428. “Historia de la recepción de la literatura medievale en los siglos XIX y XX,” Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, Nov. 2005

429. “Roman Sentimental” in the Middle Ages? Mai und Beaflor as a Literary Reflection of Emotional History,” 121st Convention of the Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2005.

430. “Editing Medieval German Texts in the Twenty-First Century: Reflections on Recent Practices and Pragmatic Solutions in Light of Mai und Beaflor,” 121st Convention of the Modern Language Association, Washington, D.C., Dec. 2005.

431. “Text and Image: Book and Web,” 14th Annual Teaching and Technology Conference, Pueblo High School, Tucson, Jan. 2006.

432. “Books of Hourse in the Middle Ages,” The Brilliance of the Middle Ages, Third Early Book Lecture Series, The University of Arizona Special Collections, Feb. 2006.

433. “Money, Power, Poverty, and Social Criticism in the Work of Heinrich der Teichner,” Twelfth Annual AMRS Conference: Poverty and Prosperity, the Rich and the Poor in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2006

434. “Gewaltverbrechen als Thema des spätarturischen Romans. Sozialkritisches in Wirnts von Grafenberg Wigalois,” La violencia en la Edad Media. Coloquio Internacional de Estudios Medievales, Universidad de Sevilla, Feb. 2006. (invited)

435. “Thèmes sociales, economiques, militaries, et sociales dans l’œuvre de Christine de Pizan,” El departamento frances, Universidad de Sevilla, Feb. 2006 (invited)

436. “Women in the History of the Early Middle Ages: Queens, Nuns, and Writers,” El departamento ingles, Universidad de Sevilla, Feb. 2006 (invited)

437. “Reading and Deciphering in Apollonius of Tyre and the Historia von den sieben weisen Meistern: Medieval Epistemology within a Literary Context,” 40th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 2006.

438. “Communication and Leadership: Medieval Examples for Modern Issues, Illustrated by the Hildebrandslied,” College of Arts and Social Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, March 2006.

439. “Old Age in the World of The Stricker and Other Middle High German Poets: A Neglected Topic,” Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. 4th International Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tucson, AZ, April 2006.

440. “He Did not Care What They Thought About His Poetry: Heinrich der Teichner,” 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2006

441. “Das deutsche Tagelied in seinen spätmittelalterlichen und frühneuzeitlichen Varianten,” Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, May 2006 (invited)

442. “Die geistlichen Spiele des späten Mittelalters,” Fachbereich Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, June 2006 (invited)

443. “Kindheit im Mittelalter,” Mediävistenvereinigung, Universität Marburg, June 2006 (invited)

444. “Das Problem des Denglish aus der Perspektive des Spätmittelalters: Sprachwandel, Sprachkritik, Sprachkreativität,” Institut für deutsche Sprachgeschichte, Universität Jena, June 2006 (invited)

445. “Alter im Mittelalter: Mentalitätsgeschichtliche Ansätze,” Institut für Geschichte, Universität Kiel, Juni 2006 (invited)
446. “Gewalt gegen Frauen: Literarische Zeugnisse aus dem Mittelalter und der Frühneuzeit,” Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften, Humboldt Universität Berlin, June 2006 (invited)

447. “Walther von der Vogelweide als Kommunikator,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Chemnitz, June 2006 (invited)

448. “Boccaccio in Deutschland: Rezeptionsgeschichte und das Ideal der Freundschaft,” Institut für Mittellateinische Philologie, Freie Universität Berlin, June 2006 (invited)

449. “Neue Forschungsrichtungen in der Mediävistik,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Leipzig, June 2006 (invited)

450. “Der Liebes- und Ehediskurs vom Spätmittelalter bis zur Frühneuzeit,” Deutsche Kulturwissenschaft, Universität Hildesheim, June 2006 (invited)

451. “Spätmittelalterliche Frauenklöster im deutschsprachigen Raum als Zentren der Literaturproduktion, Kulturvermittlung und Lehre,” Zwischen Herschaft und Kunst: Fürstliche und adlige Frauen im Zeitalter Elisabeths von Lothringen, Gräfin von Nassau-Saarbrücken (14.-16. Jahrhundert), Kolloquium an der Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Sept. 2006 (invited)        

452. “Marie de France, Boccaccio, Chaucer, and Sacchetti. But Where Are the The German Contributors? A Literary Treasure-Trove Untapped,” Ninth Work-in-Progress Symposium, UAMARRC, University of Arizona, Tucson, Sept. 2006.
                                    
453. “The Never-Ending Middle Ages: Georg Forster’s Sixteenth-Century Song-Books: Poetic Tradition and Innovation,” Thirtieth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Pittsburgh, PA, Sept. 2006.

454. “Multilingual Awareness through Travel: A Global Approach to Foreign Languages,” The Arizona Language Association Fall Conference, Oct. 2006, Tucson

455. “Neither Man nor Woman: Disguises, Gender-Bedning, and Clothing Symbolism in Dietrich von der Gletze’s Der Gürtel,” Sixtieth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2006, Tucson

456. Poetry Reading, “German-American Poets,” Sixtieth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2006, Tucson    

457. “Der alte Mensch in den spätmittelalterlichen Mæren. Die Komplexität der Alterserfahrung im Spätmittelalter aus literarhistorischer Sicht,” Alterskulturen des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit. 16. Internationaler Kongress, Institut für Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Krems a. d. D., Oct. 2006
                    
458. “Medieval Myths and What They Can Tell About Us,” Department of German Studies, Arizona State University, Nov. 2006

459. “Champagne, or rather ‘Sekt’: the History of a German Alcoholic Beverage,” University of Arizona, College of Humanities, Nov. 2006

460. “The Crux with the Nibelungenlied: Historical Epic or Literary Heroic Poem? History versus Myth,” Epic and History. A Faith and Frederick Sandstrom Conference in Ancient Studies, Brown University, Providence, R.I., Dec. 2006 (invited)

461. “Laughter as the Ultimate Epistemological Vehicle in the Hands of Till Eulenspiegel,” The 122nd Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, Dec. 2006

462. “Heinrich der Teichner: Commentator and Critic of the Worlds of the Court,” The 122nd Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, Dec. 2006    

463. “Werbung im Unterricht: didaktische, methodologische und konzeptionelle Vorschläge,” AZ AATG Spring Meeting, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2007

464. “The Evangeliary of Henry the Lion,” The Early Book Lectures IV, Special Collections, University of Arizona Library, Feb. 2007

465. “Early History of Arizona: The German Jesuits in Pimería Alta,” Casa Grande Public Library, Feb. 2007 (newly developed PPP)

466. “Masculine Women and Female Men: The Gender Debate in Medieval Courtly Literature: With an Emphasis on the Middle High German Verse Narrative “Frauenturnier,” Thirteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Masculinities and Feminities in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2007
    
467. “España a través del prisma alemán: perspectivas del Medievo y la primera Modernidad e investigaciones imagológicas,” Congrés alemanya-Espanya: Viatges i viatgers entre ficció i realitat, Valencia, Spain, March 2007

468. “Geschichte der deutschen Literatur verfasst von Frauen von 1800 bis ca. 2000,” Departamiento di Aleman, Universidad de Sevilla, March 2007

469. “Women’s Lives and Women’s Literature in the Early Middle Ages,” Departamiento di Angles, Universidad de Sevilla, March 2007

470. “Literarische Diskurs-Bricolage als literarische Strategie (Textallianz) in spätmittelalterlicher Chronistik: der Fall von Jans’von Enikel ‘Weltchronik’,” Strukturen und Funktionen in Gegenwart und Geschichte, Freie Universität Berlin, March 2007

471. “Transcultural Encounters: German Jesuit Missionaries in the Pimería Alta,” Building Bridges: International Conference on Transcultural German Studies, Tucson, March 2007

472. “Late-Medieval German Priapeic and Voeyristic maeren as a Literary Forum for the Public Discourse of Sexuality,” History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, International Symposium, Tucson, AZ, May 2007

473. “Mysticism in the Middle Ages,” Pima County Public Library, Nanini Branch, Tucson (newly developed PPP), May 2007

474. “Transgression and Laughter, the Scatological and the Epistemological: New Insights into the Pranks of Till Eulenspiegel,” 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2007.

475. “Mauritius von Craûn y Der Borte por Dietrich von der Gletze: Los problemas del amor, violencia, matrimonio, y homosexualidad en la literatura alemana basso medio,” Universidad de Valladolid, May 2007 (invited)

476. “Gender Diskurs im spätmittelalterlichen Märe,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Regensburg, June 2007 (invited)
                
477. “Alte Menschen im Rolandslied des Pfaffen Konrad und in Des Strickers Karl der Große,” Institut für Germanistik, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, June 2007 (invited)

478. “Der Mythos vom mittelalterlichen Keuschheitsgürtel,” Institut für Geschichte, Philipps-Universität Marburg, June 2007 (invited)

479. “Die Genres der Enzyklopädien, Glossarien und Wörterbücher im Mittelalter,” Institut für deutsche Sprachgeschichte, Universität Jena, July 2007 (invited)

480. “Der alte Mensch in der Literatur des Mittelalters—Zwischen Verehrung und Verachtung,” Lehrstuhl für Altgermanistik, Germanistisches Institut, Universität Halle, July 2007 (invited)

481. “German Studies und Mediävistik in den USA,” Germanistisches Institut, Universität Halle, July 2007 (invited)

482. “Frauenleben und Frauendichterinnen der Reformationszeit,” Lutherhaus, Wittenberg, July 2007 (invited)

483. Dietrichs Flucht als erratischer Block: Neue Beobachtungen zu einem vernachlässigten Heldenlied des 13. Jahrhunderts aus mentalitäts- und emotionalgeschichtlicher sowie sozialpolitischer Sicht,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Saarbrücken, July 2007 (invited)

484. “Die Stadt als Phänomen in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters – ein Thema auch für die Geschichtswissenschaft,” Institut für Geschichte, Universität, Kiel, July 2007 (invited)
483. “Gewaltverbrechen als Thema des spätarturischen Romans: Sozialkritisches in Wirnts von Grafenberg Wigalois,” Institut für Germanistik, Karlsruhe, July 2007 (invited)

484. “Kritische Aspekte in Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan: Tristan oder Isolde als Vorbildsfigur?,” Institut für Germanistik, Karlsruhe, July 2007 (invited)

485. “Venus-Gärtlein: Ein Liederbuch von 1656 als Sammelbecken für das Liedgut des 16. und frühen 17. Jahrhunderts,” Deutsches Volksliedarchiv Freiburg, July 2007 (invited)

486. “The People Rise Up Against the Tyrants in the Courtly World: John of Salisbury’s Policraticus, the Fables by Marie de France and the Anonymous Mai und Beaflor,” XIIe Congrès de la Société Internationale de littérature courtoise: Mythes à la cour, mythes pour la cour, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 2007.                

487. “Music Videos in German for the Classroom,” Fall Meeting of the AZ AATG, Flagstaff, Sept. 2007.

488. “Naked Men in Medieval German Literature and Art: A Literary Critique of Sociological and Anthropological Hypotheses. A Response to Norbert Elias and Hans Peter Duerr,” Sixty-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 2007    

489. Poetry Reading: New Poetry, Sixte-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Calgary, Alberta, Oct. 2007

490. “The Justification of Killing a Tyrant in the Middle Ages: Philosophical and Literary-Historical Reflections,” Tenth “Work-in-Progress” Symposium, UAMARRC, Tucson, Oct. 2007

491. “Love, Marriage, and Sexuality in the Middle Ages,” Nanini Brance Library, Tucson, AZ, Oct. 2007.

492. “Didactic Laughter through the Literary Discourse: Montanus and Kirchhof as Entertainers and Social Critics,” The 123rd Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Dec. 2007

493. “Hans Sachs Protests against War and Its Tragic Consequences: Sixteenth-Century Antiwar Poetry for the Twenty-First Century?,” The 123rd Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Dec. 2007

494. “A Literary Journey Through Germany: From Past to Present, From North to South,” Dept. of German Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, Feb. 2008

495. “Unjust Rulers and Problems with Law and Sovereignty: The Case of Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan,” Fourteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Law and Sovereignty in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2008.

496. “After the Discovery of the New World – the Discovery of History: Hartmann Schedel’s The Nuremberg Chronicle,” The Early Book Lectures Series V, Special Collections, University of Arizona Library, Tucson, Feb. 2008 

497. “History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages, with a Focus on the Priapeia,” Medieval Studies Center, University of Connecticut at Storrs, March 2008 (invited)

498. “Tragic Consequences of Bad Weather in Medieval Literature: From Apollonius of Tyre to Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron,” 83rd Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy, Vancouver, BC, and the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, April 2008

499. “Astrologie, Fortuna und Schicksalsglaube im 16. Jahrhundert - Paracelsi Beitrag zu diesem mentalitätsgeschichtlichen Diskurs,” Interdisziplinäre Annäherung an Paracelsus. 2. Symposium der Theophrastus-Stiftung, St. Gall, Switzerland, April 2008        

500. “Hans Sachs and his Encomia Songs on German Cities,” 6th International Symposium on Urban Space in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age, University of Arizona, Tucson, May 2008

501. “War and Peace in the Sermons by the Franciscan Preacher Berthold of Regensburg,” 43rd International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2008

502. “The Myth of the Medieval Chastity Belt,” Round-Table Book Discussion, 43rd International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2008 (invited)

503. “Sexualität im Mittelalter: Interdisziplinäre Forschung,” Philipps-Universität Marburg, Institut für Geschichte, May 2008 (invited)

504. “Performance, Orality, and Communication in Medieval Women’s Convents in Light of the Plays of Hrotsvit of Gandersheim and the Tristan Tapestry of the Wienhausen Convent,” Understanding Monastic Practices of Oral Communication (Western Europe, Eleventh-Thirteenth Centuries, Ghent University, May 2008 (invited)

505. “Literary Archeology for the Future: Women in the Middle Ages,” Sookmyung International Summer Research Forum, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2008    

506. “Sex on the Stage in a Medieval Convent. The Plays of the Tenth-Century Benedictine Nun Hrotsvita of Gandersheim,” 1st NEH/Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies Research Forum, Oxford, Great Britain, July 2008.

507. “The Hero and Heroism in Medieval Literature, with an Emphasis on the Nibelungenlied,” Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, Australia, Aug. 2008 (invited).

508. “The Transcultural Experience from a German Perspective: German Travelers in Sonora/Arizona and the Study of German in Arizona Today,” Dept. of German Studies, University of Sydney, Australia, Aug. 2008 (invited)

509/510. “The Myth of the Medieval Chastity Belt,” Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney, Australia, Aug. 2008 (invited). Also given at: University of Perth, Western Australia, Aug. 2008 (invited)

511. “Gender Conflicts, Miscommunication, and Communicative Communities in the Late Middle Ages from a Literary Perspective,” University of Perth, Western Australia, Aug. 2008 (invited)

512. “Widows in the Late Middle Ages,” Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Melbourne, Australia, Sept. 2008 (invited)

513. “Women in the Crusades: Recent Discoveries and Critical Re-Assessment,” Monash University, Monash/Melbourne, Australia, Sept. 2008 (invited)

514. “The Middle Ages in the Works of Thomas Mann, Robert Musil, and Hermann Hesse,” Goethe-Society, University of Auckland, New-Zealand, Sept. 2008 (invited)    

515. “Why Teach Foreign Language After All? Conceptual and Content-based Approaches to Teaching Foreign Languages: What is the Meaning of it all?,” Second Language Teachers’ Symposium, College of Humanities, University of Arizona, Sept. 2008

516. “Female Ruse and Male Violence in 16h-Century German Prose Narratives: The Gender Battle Continued,” Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Center Lecture Series, ASU, Tempe, Oct. 2008 (invited)

517. “Rape in Medieval Romance: Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oc. 2008

518. “Reading of my recent poems,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oct. 2008

519. “Good and Bad Fortune According to Boethius,” Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oct. 2008

520. “How to Publish Scholarly Work,” Publishing Forum, Sixty-Second Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Language Association, Reno, NV, Oct. 2008

521. “Mittelalter-Mythen,” University of Helsinki, Department of German Studies, Finland (Oct. 2008), invited

522. “Gender, Communication, and the Discourse on Marriage,” University of Helsinki, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Finland (Oct. 2008), invited

523. “Interdisciplinarity in Medieval Studies, University of Helsinki, Department of English, Finland (Oct. 2008), invited

524. “Deutsche Literatur und Sprache in den USA vom 18. bis zum 21. Jahrhundert, mit Lesung eigener Gedichte,” Institut für Germanistik, Universytet Jagiellońska, Cracow, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited

525. “Vergewaltigung in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit,” Akademia Pedagogiczna, Instytut Neofilologu, Cracow, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited

526. “Problems of Translation from Middle High and Early New High German into Modern German and English,” Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw (Oct. 2008), invited

527. “Begegnung mit dem Fremden in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit,” Institut für Germanistik, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited

528. “English Travelers and Meeting of the Foreign in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” Institute of English Literature, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited

529. “History of Mentality: Approaches, Methods, and Materials,” Institute of History, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited

530. “Women in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Ages,” Institute of Education, Uniwersytet Adam Mickiewicza, Poznan, Poland (Oct. 2008), invited

531. “Neue eigene Gedichte,” Workshop Trainernetzwerk,” Goethe-Institute, San Francisco, Dec. 2008.

532. “Sound and Smell in the Mystical Realm: Visionary Epistemology on the Basis of Sensual Experiences—Agnes Blannbekin (d. 1315),” 124th MLA Annual Convention, San Francisco, Dec. 2008

533. “From Propaganda to ‘Factual History’ to Visual Representation to Myth Turned into ‘Fact’: The Arduous Way of the Medieval Chastity Belt into Modern Imagination,” 123rd Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, New York, Jan. 2009.

534. “Medieval Mysticism: The Quest for Spiritual Otherness,” newly developed PPP, Nanini Library, Tucson, Feb. 2009

535. “Everyday Life in the Margins of the Medieval Book: The Luttrell Psalter,” Early Book Lectures VI, University of Arizona, Feb. 2009

536. “The Problem of Farting and Its Epistemological Meaning in Late-Medieval German Literature,” Fifteenth Annual ACMRS Conference: The Five Senses in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2009

537. “Incest and Rape in Mai und Beaflor: How Could Women in the Middle Ages Fight Back? The Power of Language vs. the Power of Sexuality,” 44th Annual Conference of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Albuquerque, NM, March 2009

538. “Mysticism: Medieval Utopias in the Religious Sphere,” Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Finland, March 2009

539. “Encounter of the Other in the Middle Ages,” Dept. of History and Ethnology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, March 2009

540. “Feminism, Gender Studies, Masculinity Studies in Medieval and Early Modern History,” Dept. of History and Ethnology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, March 2009

541. “Women in the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales,” Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, April 2009.

542. “Travel Space as Constructed Space: Arnold von Harff Observes the Arabic Space,” “Natural and Constructed Spaces in the Middle Ages and Renaissance,” Annual Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association Conference, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, April 2009.

543. “Familientragödie, weltpolitische Konflikte und die Macht der Gefühle in Mai und Beaflor,” II Congreso Hispalense de Medievalistas: Dolor, Tristeza y Decepción en la Edad Media, Sevilla, April 2009

544. “The Problem of Scatology in Sixteenth-Century German Literature,” Twelfth “Work-in-Progress” Symposium, UAMARRC, University of Arizona, April 2009.

545. “Laughing in Late-Medieval Verse (mæren) and Prose (Schwänke) Narratives,” 7th International Symposium on “Laughter in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, University of Arizona, May 2009

546. “Friendship in the Heroic Epics: Rüedegêr in the Nibelungenlied,” 44th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 7-10, 2009.

547. “The Suffering Female Victim in the Courtly World: Transgression and Recovery of Courtliness and Chivalry in Hartmann von Aue’s Erec. Or: Sex and Violence at the Medieval Court,” 44th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 7-10, 2009.

548. Comments on C. Stephen Jaeger’s book The Origins of Courtliness (1985), panel discussion with paper presentation, 44th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 7-10, 2009.

549. “Höfische Liebe auf dem Prüfstein der Gewalt: Reflexionen über Minnelieder und Märendichtungen,” Institut für Germanistik, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, June 2009

550. “Deutsche Jugendsprache,” Institut für deutsche Sprache und Kultur e.vV. an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2009

551. “Alltagswelt und Alltagskultur zur Zeit der Protestantischen Reformation: Die Welt der Schwankliteratur,” Lutherhaus, Wittenberg, June 2009

552. “Liebe im Mittelalter: Der Aufbruch in eine neue Welt,” Deutsche Sommerschule, Universität Leipzig, June 2009.

553. “Vergewaltigung in der deutschen Literatur des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts,” Germanistik, Universität des Saarlandes, June 2009

554. “Medium Lachen: Epistemologische und rhetorische Strategien im Mittelalter und in der Frühneuzeit,” Germanistisches Institut, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, July 2009

555. “Lesung eigener Gedichte,” Hallenser Dichterkreis, Halle, July 2009

556. “Briefe aus der Neuen Welt: Der Jesuitenpater Philipp Segesser schreibt an seine Familie in Luzern. Die Ruhen-Connection,” Der Heinrich-Ruhen-Freundeskreis, Adlum/Borsum (near Hildesheim), July 2009

557. “Übersetzen im Mittelalter und Übersetzen als Aufgabe für die Mediävistik,” Germanistisches Institut, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, July 2009
                                                
558. “Vergewaltigung in der deutschen Lieddichtung des Spätmittelalters und der Frühneuzeit,” Deutsches Volksliedarchiv, Freiburg i.Br., July 2009.

559. “The Phenomenon of Sixteenth-Century Jes Narratives: Medieval and Renaissance Hybridizations,” 13th “Work-in-Progress” Symposium. UAMARRC, University of Arizona, Oct. 2009.

560. “New Poetry,” Sixty-Third Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Snowbird, Utah, Oct. 2009

561. “The Symbolic Meaning of Water in Medieval German Literature,” Sixty-Third Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Snowbird, Utah, Oct. 2009

562. Respondent to 3 papers in: “Spatiality: Open Spaces, Closed Spaces, Hybrid ‘Third’ Spaces,” Sixty-Third Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Snowbird, Utah, Oct. 2009
                                                    
563. “Sex, Violence, and Comic on the Stage in a Tenth-Century Benedictine Convent: Theatrical Strategies by the Canonesse Hrotsvit of Gandersheim,” Sixty-Third Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Snowbird, Utah, Oct. 2009

564. “The Hildebrandslied”: A Literary-Historical Window into the Cultural World of the Carolingian Empire,” Dept. of History, Arizona State University, Nov. 2009

565. “The Paradigm Shift: From the Late Middle Ages to the Renaissance: The Case of Johannes of Tepl’s Ploughman and Death,” Dept. of History, Arizona State University, Nov. 2009

566. “Motivational Strategies for the Foreign Language Classroom,” Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX, Nov. 2009

567. “The Medieval Church, Monasteries, and Cluny,” Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX, Nov. 2009

568. “Handbook of Medieval Studies. Ein Projektbericht,” Fachbereich Germanistik, Universität Salzburg, Nov. 2009

569. “Georg Forster – ein Liedersammler als Zeuge des globalen Medienwandels. ‘Volkslieder’ als späte Zeugen der kollektiv-populären Kultur des Spätmittelalters,” Kultur- und Kommunikationshistorischer Wandel des Populären im 16. Jahrhundert, Freiburg i. Br., Nov. 2009

570. “Peter Handke: Publikumsbeschimpfung (Insulting of the Audience), 1966,” Unsettling Certainties: Conversations in the Humanities, College of Humanities, UA, Dec. 2009.

571. “The Scientific and Religious Exploration of the World in the Name of God: Jesuit Missionaries as Anthropologists and Natural Scientists in the New World,” The 125th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Dec. 2009

572. “Transgression at the Medieval Court, Courtliness, and Deconstruction: With Emphasis on the Middle High German Poet Neidhart and the Anonymous Verse Novella Mauritius von Craûn,” The 125th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, Dec. 2009

573. “The Myth of the Medieval Chastity Belt,” Texas Tech University, Lubbock (invited), Feb. 2010

573. “Gothic Cathedrals in Germany and France: Marburg, Strasbourg, and Tours,” Texas Tech University, Lubbock (invited), Feb. 2010

574. “Indo-European, the First Lautverschiebung, and the Second Lautverschiebung in German,” Texas Tech, Lubbock (invited), Feb. 2010

575. “History of Marriage and the Role of the Church in the Early and High Middle Ages,” Texas Tech University, Lubbock (invited), Feb. 2010 (two talks with slightly different emphasis

576. “Mountains in Medieval Literature: Epistemological Investigations with a Focus on Medieval German Texts,” Seventeenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Humanity and the Natural World in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2010

577. “German Schwankliteratur - the Lower Part of an Unsuspected Iceberg,” German Studies Colloquium Series, UA, Tucson, Feb. 2010

578. “War and Peace in the Middle Ages—With Some Sprinkling of Tolerance (Toleration): Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Willehalm,” Early Book Lecture Series VII, UA, Tucson, March 2010

579. “Violence and Love in the Mystical Visions by Mechthild von Magdeburg and Marguerite de Porete,” Medieval Association of the Pacific 45th Annual Conference, Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, March 2010.

580. “Religion, Ärzte und Apotheker im Spiegel der Literatur des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts,” Religion und Gesundheit im 16. Jahrhundert: 3. Symposium der Theophrastus-Stiftung, Constance, Germany, March 2010.

581. “Witch Hunt and Witch Craze in the Early Modern Age,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, March 2010.

582. “Jesuitas alemanes en España de camino al nuevo mundo: Contacto y conflicto entre culturas,” Estereotips interculturals germano-espanyols, MuvIM 2010. Valencia, Spain, April 2010.

582. “Dramatisierungsstrategien im DaF,” Spring Meeting, Arizona Chapter of the AATG, Tucson, May 2010.

583. “Criminal Minds, Lack of Justice, Perpetration, and Transgression: The Cases of Heinrich der Glichezaere’s Reinhard Fuchs and Wernher the Gardener’s Helbrecht,” 8th International Symposium on “Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” May 2010

584. “Spatiality in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan,” 45th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2010

585. “Freundschaft als Diskurs von der Antike bis zur Frühneuzeit,” Institut für ältere Germanistik,” Otto-Friedrichs-Universität Bamberg, May 2010 (invited)
            
586. “Motivationsstrategien für den Deutschunterricht,” Goethe-Institute Seoul, S-Korea, June 2010 (3 ½ hour workshop with ca. 20 participants) (invited)

587. “Zur Zukunft der Germanistik, DaF und Deutschlandstudien in den USA und Korea,” DAAD and Goethe-Institute, WGK 2010, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2010 (40 minute PPT presentation along with a panel podium) (invited)

588. “Literature as a Criminological and Psychological Lens: Rape in the Middle Ages,” Research Forum II. Sookmyung International Summer School 2010, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2010 (invited)

589. “Germanistik und German Studies gestern und heute: Grundlagen, neue theoretische Orientierungen und Berufsaussichten für den heutigen Germanistikstudenten,” Institut für Germanistik, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, S-Korea, June 2010 (invited)

591. “Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters - Ladenhüter oder ungeahnte Führungskraft für DaF?,” Neue Konzepte zur Rolle der Literatur in Deutsch als Fremdsprache und Internationaler Germanistik, Herder-Institut der Universität Leipzig, Germany, Sept. 2010 (invited)

590. “Literatur, Kultur und Sprache: Zusammenfassung des Arbeitsgesprächs des 2. Tages,” Neue Konzepte zur Rolle der Literatur in Deutsch als Fremdsprache und Internationaler Germanistik, Herder-Institut der Universität Leipzig, Germany, Sept. 2010 (invited)

591. “The Authority of the Written Word, the Sacred Object, and the Spoken Word: Wolfram von Eschenbach, Hildegard von Bingen, Marco Polo, and John Mandeville,” Seeing, Hearing, Reading and Believing: Authorities in the Middle Ages. Helsinki, Finland, Sept. 2010 (one of three keynote lectures, invited)

592. “Suffering in Konrad Fleck’s Flore und Blanscheflur as a Catalyst in the Meeting with the Foreign: Emotional Bonds with the Orient in a Late-Medieval Sentimental Romance,” Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Oakland, CA, Oct. 2010

593. “The Rise of the Mountain in Sixteenth-Century German Literature: The Opening of New Epistemological Horizons,” Sixty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Albuquerque, NM, Oct. 2010

594. “New Poems and Prose Narratives,” Sixty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Albuquerque, NM, Oct. 2010
595. “Witch Craze and Witch Hunt from the Early Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Oct. 2010 (invited)

596. “Friends and Friendship in Medieval Heroic Epics,” Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Nov. 2010 (invited)

597. “Vom Todesstreifen zum Grünen Band: The Transformation of the East German Border into National Parks,” Deutscher Studenten Club, UoA, Tucson, Nov. 2010 (invited)

598. “Pornography at Court? The Mirror Metaphors in Neidhart’s Poetry,” 14th “Work-in-Progress-Symposium,” UAMARRC, Nov., 2010

599. “Religious Utopia in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan. Was Gottfried Influenced by Mystics such as Hildegard von Bingen?,” 126th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Los Angeles, CA, Jan. 2011

600. “Life Writing as a Slave in Turkish Hands: Georgius of Hungary’s Reflections About His Existence in the Turkish World,” 126th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Los Angeles, CA, Jan. 2011

601. “The Manessische Liederhandschrift – The Glory of Thirteenth-Century Book Illustrations in Southern Germany,” Early Book Lecture Series VIII, UA, Feb. 2011

602. “The Gender Debate on the Stage: Late-Medieval German Shrovetide Plays as Didactic Fora?,” Seventeenth Annual ACMRS Conference: Performance and Theatricality in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2011

603. “The Pursuit of Friendship in the Middle Ages,” Nanini Library, Tucson, AZ, Feb. 2011.

604. “Die Glorie Gottes im mystischen Gedicht: Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (1633-1694),” Wahres Leben und Tod vom 16. Jahrhundert bis zur Neuzeit: 4. Symposium der Theophrastus-Stiftung Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany, March 2011

605. “The Turks in the Early Modern European Mentality,” David Gramlin’s class Ger 506 “Representing the Other,” March 2011 (one hour lecture)

606. “The Retablo Room: Art History at the End of a Paradigm Shift,” UAMA After Dark (Museum of Art, UA), April 2011

607. “Sex in the Middle Ages: The Curtain is Lifting,” German Colloquium Series, April 2011

608. “Astronomie und Naturwissenschaften im Deutschunterricht,” Spring Meeting of the Arizona Chapter of the AATG, Flagstaff, NAU, April 2011

609. “The Figure of the Exiled Hero in Medieval German Literature: The Return of the Margin to the Center,” 86th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy, April 14-16, 2011, Scottsdale, AZ

610. “The Outrageous Mystics: Fundamental Challenges to the Medieval Church in the Most Affirmative Manner,” 86th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy, April 14-16, 2011, Scottsdale, AZ
                
611. “Utopian Space in the Countryside: Love and Marriage Between a Knight and a Peasant Girl in Medieval German Literature. Hartmann von Aue’s ‘Der arme Heinrich’ and ‘Dis ist von dem heselin’ (anon.),” 9th International Symposium, Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times, University of Arizona, Tucson, May 2011

612. “Tradition and Innovation in the World of Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Popular Song Poetry: From Oswald von Wolkenstein to the Songbooks by Clara Hätzlerin and Georg Forster,” 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2011

613. “Die Zukunft der Mediaevistik im interdisziplinären Rahmen,” Kolloquium an der Ruh-Bohum Universität, June 2011 (invited).

614. “Der Stadtigel als interdisziplinäre Methode im kulturhistorischen Unterricht von DaF,” 38. Jahrestagung Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Leipzig, June 2011 (invited).

615. “Sex im Mittelalter aus interdisziplinärer Perspektive,” Philipps-Universität Marburg, June 2011 (invited)                            

616. “Frauen in der Literatur des Mittelalters,” Institut für Germanistik,Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2011 (invited).

616. “Freundschaft im Mittelalter, die Entwicklung eines Diskurses von Augustinus bis Fortunatus,” Institut für Mittellateinische Philologie,Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2011 (invited).

617. “ Tabubruch, Obszönität und Pornographie in der Frühneuzeit? Die Schwänkesammlungen Rastbuechlein und Katzipori (1583) von Michael Lindener aus kulturhistorischer und epistemologischer Sicht,” Institut für Germanistik, Otto-Friedrichs-Universität Bamberg, June 2011 (invited).

618. “Kindheit im Mittelalter. Neue Forschungsperspektiven,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Regensburg, June 2011 (invited).

619. “Sex und Liebe im Minnesang: Die Kehrseite der Medaille gibt sich zu erkennen,” Universität Regensburg, June 2011 (invited).

620. “Hildegard von Bingen als mögliche Qelle für Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan? Erkundung eines bisher ignorierten Feldes,” Institut für deutsche Philologie, Universität Augsburg, June 2011 (invited)

621. “Rural Space in Late Medieval Books of Hours: Book Illustrations as a Looking-Glass Into Medieval Mentality and Mirrors of Ecocriticism,” International Symposium on Rural Space in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, St. Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge, July 2011.

621. “Love, Sex, and Marriage in the Middle Ages,” Research Forum, St. Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge, July 2011.

622. “The Role of Ships in Medieval German Literature: The Vehicle That Transforms the Protagonist,” Thirty-Fifth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association, Louisville, KY, Sept. 2011

623. “Translating and Translators in the Middle Ages: Linguistic Challenges Perceived Through Literary Eyes,” German Studies Colloquium Series, University of Arizona, Sept. 2011

624. “Private vs. Public? Sexuality in Oswald von Wolkenstein’s (1376/77-1445) Poetry,” Sixty-Fifth Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Scottsdale, AZ, Oct. 2011    

625. “Reading of Recent Poetry,” Sixty-Fifth Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2011

626. “Border Studies: German Jesuit Missionaries in Eighteenth-Century Mexico/Sonora,” Sixty-Fifth Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2011

627. “The World of Margery Kempe: A Unique Late-Medieval English Woman Writer,” Westfield State University, MA, Oct. 2011 (invited)

628. “How To Publish Scholarly Books? Scholars and the Book Market,” Westfield State University, MA, Oct. 2011 (invited)

629. “Scholarly Research, Bibliographies, Online Searches,” Westfield State University, MA, Oct. 2011 (invited)

630. “The Foreign in Medieval Literature: The Other Side of Ourselves,” Westfield State University, MA, Oct. 2011 (invited)

631. “Textual Analysis, Theoretical Approaches in Medieval Studies,” Westfield State University, MA, Oct. 2011 (invited)

632. “The Saracen in Western Eyes: Muslims in Medieval European Literature,” Westfield State University, MA, Oct. 2011 (invited)

633. Guest appearance on the Buckproduction TV station, Toronto, for a sequence on the medieval chastity belt (with Steve Santini), Dec. (shooting of four hours); aired on Feb 14, 2012 at 9:30pm EST

634. “The Rise of the Literary Iceberg: Why is Erasmus Widmann so Important to Us?,” 127th Modern Language Association of America Annual Convention, Seattle, WA, Jan. 2012

635. “The Jesuit Discovery of Northern Mexico During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Johann Nentuig’s Rudo Ensayo,” 127th Modern Language Association of America Annual Convention, Seattle, WA, Jan. 2012

636. “The Erotic and the Quest for Happiness in the Middle Ages: What Everybody Does and Hardly Anyone Truly Achieves,” Plenary Lecture, Erotica and the Erotic in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: 18th Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2012.

637. “Sexual Themes in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century European and German Prose Narratives, with an Emphasis on Schwänke,” Erotica and the Erotic in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: 18th Annual ACMRS Conference, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2012.

638. “El descubrimiento de México del Norte por los Jesuitas durante los siglos XVII y XVIII,” Universidad de Sonora, Unidad Regional Norte Campus Nogales, Feb. 2012

639. “Criticism of Clerics in Late Medieval German Mæren and Schwänke Narratives,” “Anticlericalism” in the Late Middle Ages: Sources and Theoretical Approaches, Historiska institutionen, Stockholms Universitet, March 2012

640. “Friendship in the Middle Ages,” Litteraturvetenskapliga institutionen, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, March 2012

641. “Frauen in der deutschen Literaturwissenschaft,” Institutionen för moderna språk/Tyska, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, March 2012

642. “Erotic Topics in Medieval Art,” Konstvetenskapliga institutionen, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, March 2012

643. “The Most Beautifully Illuminated Bible from the Middle Ages: The Bible Moralisée by the Limbourg Brothers,” Early Book Lecture Series IX, UA, April 2012

644. “Global Learning in a Multicultural Context,” Spring Meeting of the Arizona AATG, Arizona State University, Tempe, April 2012

645. “Curiosity about and ‘Acceptance’ of the East in Herzog Ernst and Fortunatus: Did Anonymity Facilitate Toleration in the Middle Ages,” Tenth International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies, “East Meets West in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Time”, UA, Tucson, May 2012

646. “Dialectical Games at Court: Glorification and Criticism of Courtly Love in the Correspondence Between Abelard and Heloise and in Andreas Capellanus’s De amore,” 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2012

647. “Geschlechterbeziehungen vom hohen zum späten Mittelalter: Von Heloise zu Argula von Grumbach,” Deutsche Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Universität Hildesheim, June 2012 (invited)

648. “Rural Space: Die natürliche Welt im Mittelalter: Ecocriticism in der Medävistik,” Institut für Geschichtswissenschaft, Humboldt Universitat Berlin, June 2012 (invited)

649. Interview for television production by Tilman Remme, SAT1/Südwestfunk, on Joan of Arc, Margarete Porète, and the Black Death in England (German and English), four hour shooting, Berlin June 2012

650. “Das Schrifttum der deutschsprachigen jesuitischen Missionare in Sonora des 18. Jahrhunderts,” Friedrich-Meineke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin, June 2012 (invited)

651. “Sinnvermittlung im Sprach- und Literaturunterricht, German Studies, USA: Extremfall Mittelalter,” Herder-Institut, Universität Leipzig, June 2012 (invited)

652. “Vom Wein, Kräutern und der Drecksapotheke: Medizinische Traktate des deutschen Spätmittelalters,” Institut für ältere Germanistik, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, June 2012

652. “Fremdbegegnungen im Mittelalter: Der Fall Wolfram von Eschenbach,” Institut für ältere Germanistik, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, June 2012 (invited)

653. “Vergewaltigung in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters und der Frühneuzeit,” Institut für Germanistik, Otto-Friedrichs-Universität Bamberg, June 2012 (invited).

654. “The Experience of the Foreign in Contemporary German Literature: A Case Study of the Novels by Renate Ahrens,” I Congreso Internacional de Literatura Trivial y Entretenimiento, Sevilla, Spain, June 2012 (invited keynote speaker)

655. “Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival: A Medieval Bildungsroman? Introduction, Plot Analysis, and Interpretation,” Westfield State University, Westfield, MA, July, 16, 2012 (skype online lecture, one hour).

656. “The Failure of the Hero and His Rise to New Glory: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” Westfield State University, Westfield, MA, July, 25, 2012 (skype online lecture, one hour).

657. “Landeskunde im Deutschunterricht, K-16,” Arizona Chapter of the AATG, Flagstaff , NAU, AZ, Sept. 2012

658. “Why America Still Needs the Humanities in the 21st Century,” Westfield State University, Westfield, MA, Sept. 2012 (invited lecture)

659. “The Origin of Germanic Languages, with an Emphasis on Gothic,” Westfield State University, Westfield, MA, Sept. 2012 

660. “The Dragon in Medieval Heroic Poetry: Beowulf and Nibelungenlied,” Westfield State University, Westfield, MA, Sept. 2012 

661. “Chivalry and Knighthood in Medieval Romances,” Westfield State University, Westfield, MA, Sept. 2012 

662. “The World of Peasants in Early Modern German Literature,” Sixty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Oct. 2012

663. “Creative Writing: New Poems,” Sixty-Sixth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boulder, CO, Oct. 2012

664. “Friendship, Death, and Boethian Philosophy in the High Middle Ages: The Meaning of the Past for Our Present and Future,” 38th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Gulfport, MS, Oct. 2012 (invited plenary lecture)

665. “The Middle Ages—Wholesale. Super-Large Classes on Medieval Culture and Literature,” 38th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Medieval Association, Gulfport, MS, Oct. 2012 

666. “The German Speaking Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora, with a Focus on Philipp Segesser,” Academy Village, Vail, AZ, Oct. 2012

667. “Heinrich Kaufringer, a German Chaucer?,” 15th Symposium: “Work-in-Progress: New Research Projects, UA, Nov. 2012

668. “Begegnungen zwischen Orient und Okzident im Mittelalter und der Frühen Neuzeit: Das Fremde und das Eigene aus kulturhistorischer Sicht,” Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Nov. 2012 (invited)

669. “Lachen mit den und über die Alten: Kulturhistorische Reflexionen ber den frühneuzeitlichen Diskurs zum Alter mit Schwerpunkt auf der deutschen Schwankliteratur des 16. Jahrhunderts,” Methodische Perspektiven der Alter(n)forschung, Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth, Nov. 2012 (invited)

670. “Derechos humanos en el pasado y en el presente. Reflexiones historicas y literarias,” Convención académica. Desarrolo Sustentable y Desempeño Profesional. La Universidad de Sonora, Nogales, Nov. 2012 (invited)

671. “The Emperor, the Mountains, Autobiography, and Late-Medieval Woodcuts,” 128th Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association, Boston, MD, Jan. 2013

672. “Happiness and Love: Medieval Perspectives for Us Today: Boethius, Walther von der Vogelweide, Sebastian Brant, and Fortunatus,” Nanini Library, Tucson, Jan. 2013 (invited)

673. “The European Union: Past, Present, and Future,” Desert Hill Lutheran Church, Green Valley, Jan. 2013 (invited)

674. “The Beast Outside and Within: Medieval Literary Reflections on Ethical Epistemology: From Beowulf to Marie de France, the Nibelungenlied, and Wolfdietrich B,” 19th Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Phoenix, Feb. 2013

675. “The Jesuit Missionary Philipp Segesser and His Impact on Sonora,” Festival of Books, UA, March 2013 (invited)

676. “Goliards and Courtly Love as a University Youth Movement in the Middle Ages,” Columbus State University, GA, March 2013 (invited)

677. “Love, Marriage, and Religion in the Late Middle Ages: Christine de Pizan, Johann of Tepl, and Geoffrey Chaucer,” Columbus State University, GA, March 2013 (invited)

678. “Multilingualism in the Late Middle Ages: Pilgrimage and Foreign Languages,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Diego, March 2013 (plenary address, invited)

679. “The Relevance of the European Middle Ages for Us Today,” Brigham Young University, Provo, April 2013 (invited guest lecture)

680. “The History of Women’s Literature in the Middle Ages,” Department of German, Brigham Young University, Provo, April 2013 (invited)

681. “Pilgrimage and Travel Literature in the Late Middle Ages: German Studies avant la lettre?,” The Art of Journey: Conceptualizations of Travel in German-Spekaing Literature and Culture. First Annual Graadate Student Conference in German Studies, University of Arizona, April 2013 (keynote speaker)

682. “The Golden Bull: The Foundation of Germany’s Constitutional History from 1356,” “Early Book Lecture Series, X,” Special Collection, University of Arizona Library, April 2013

683. “The Curious East in a Dialectical Crossfire: Early Modern German Writers Respond to the Allure of the Orient,” German Colloquium Series, UA, April 2013    

684. “Kunst in Deutsch als Fremdsprache,” Spring Meeting of the AZ chapter of the AATG, ASU, Tempe, AZ, April 2013

685. “Coping with Pain: Literary Discourse as Coping Mechanism in the Case of Losing the Husband or Wife: Johannes von Tepl’s Ackermann and Christine de Pizan’s Mutacion de Fortune,” Mental Health, Spirituality, and Religion in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: 11th International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies, University of Arizona, Tucson, May 2013

686. “Multilingualism in the Middle Ages: Theoretical Reflections,” 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2013

687. “Triviality in the Middle Ages: The Case of the Pleier’s Meleranz,” 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2013

688. “Fremdbegegnung, Dialog, Austausch und Staunen: Xenologische Phänomene in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters: Vom Hildebrandslied zum Fortunatus,” Fremdes Mittelalter - Die Fremde im Mittelalter: Xenologische Hermeneutik,” Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan, June 2013 (keynote lecture, invited)

689. “Myths, Heroic Epics, Identity, and Culture in the Middle Ages,” Rikkyo University, Tokyo, June 2013.

690. “Glaube, Medizin und Heilung im Mittelalter: Der medizinhistorische Diskurs in der vormodernen, vor allem mittelhochdeutschen Literatur,” Tokyo University, June 2013 (invited).

691. “Late Medievali Literature and Historical Linguistics from a German Perspective,” Kyoto University, June 2013 (invited).

692. “Soziale Unruhe und Verlust der Mitte: Mittelhochdeutsche Dichter des 13. bis 16. Jahrhunderts als Spiegel ihrer Zeit,” Kyoto University, June 2013 (invited)

693. “Communication and Multilingualism in the Middle Ages: How Did People Communicate With Each Other?,” Kyoto University, June 2013 (invited)

694. “Die Rolle von Frauen in Gottfrieds von Straßburg Tristan: Eine Protagonistin überrundet den Protagonisten in ihrer Liebes- und Leidensfähigkeit,” Keio University, Tokyo, July 2013

695. “Family and Kinship in Early Modern German Prose Novels: Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine and the Anonymous Fortunatus,” Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference, German Studies Association, Denver, Oct. 2013

696. “Heartache: Teaching Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages at the University of Arizona,” Humanities Week, UA, Tucson, Oct. 2013

697. “A German Novelist Avant La Lettre: Elisabeth von Nassau-Saarbrücken. A Woman Writer Defies Our Historical Awareness about the Late Middle Ages,” 67th Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vancouver, WA, Oct. 2013

698. “Bibliographieren, wissenschaftliches Arbeiten in der Germanistik, und große Werke des 15. Jahrhunderts (Johannes von Tepl, Ackermann),” Institut für Germanistik, University of Vienna, Austria, Oct. 2013

699. “Geschlechtsrollen von Frauen in der Literatur des Spätmittelalters,” Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, University of Vienna, Austria, Oct. 2013

700. “Angst vor dem Tod: Jämmerliche Männerfiguren in der deutschen Literatur des Spätmittelalters (von Mauritius von Craûn zu Heinrich Kaufringer und Till Eulenspiegel),” “Sei wi du willt namenloses Jenseits”: Neue interdisziplinäre Ansätze zur Analyse des Unerklärlichen, University of Vienna, Oct.-Nov. 2013

701. “Thema Wald im Deutschunterricht, von K bis 16: Literatur, Kunst, Wirtschaft, Spiel, und Identität,” Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Tucson, Nov. 2013.

702. “Music and Musical Practice in the Jesuit Missions in Sonora: Cultural-Historical Perspectives in an Anthropological-Religious Context,” 16th “Work-in-progress” Symposium, UAMARRC, Dec. 6, 2013.

703. “The Role of the Forest in German Literature: From the Medieval Forest to the Grünes Band,” 129th Convention of the Modern Language Association, Chicago, Jan. 2014

704. “Storms, Shipwrecks, and Life-Changing Experiences in Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century German Literature,” Twentieth Annual ACMRS Conference: Catastrophes and The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Phoenix-Scottsdale, Feb. 2014.    

705. “Secrets from the Vault: Late Medieval and Renaissance Art and Literature. The Book of Hours, the Nuremberg Chronicle, and Contemporary Works,” Museum of Art, UA, Feb. 2014

706. “Mystical Visions and Spiritual Health: Medieval Mysticism as a Platform for the Exploration of Human Spirituality and Physical Health,” Humanities, Medicine & Wellness Conference, College of Humanities, UA, Feb. 2014

707. “From the Silk Road to the Baltic Sea to the Atlantic: The Replacement of Trade Routes and the Consequences for Cultural History,” Oceans and Deserts: Charting Transdisciplinary Currents in Environments and Culture Within the Arts and Sciences, UA, Feb.-March 2014

708. “Laughter in the Premodern World: The History of Epistemology in Medieval German Literature,” Department of German Studies, Arizona State University, March 2014

709. “Madness in the Middle Ages – Epiphany or Mental Illness?” Alternative Perspectives on
Insanity from a Medieval Point of View,” Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, March 2014

710. “Hawaiische Impressionen - Gedichte,” Department of German Studies, Arizona State University, March 2014, and Department of German Studies, The University of Arizona, March 2014

711. “Fearless Women Fighters and Writers for Their Faith in 16th and 17th Century Germany: Argula von Grumbach and Anna Ovena Hoyers,” Lecture Series ‘Fearless Females: Audacious and Feisty Women of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, organized by ACMRS, at ASU, in Tucson, March 2014 (Mostly Books bookstore)

712. “From ‘Hurrah-Patriotismus’ to Sarcastic Deconstruction: German Poets and Authors in Response to the First World War,” WWI Centennial Symposium & Reading: Beyond National Narratives: A Holistic and Intercultural Look at the Great War, University of Arizona, Tucson, March 2014

713. “The King Wenceslas Bible: The Triumph and Glory of Late Medieval Book Production. Art, Religion, and Literature in One Manuscript,” XIth Early Book Lecture Series, University of Arizona, April 2014

714. “Renate Ahrens, the New Bernhard Schlink?,” Colloquium Series, Department of German Studies, University of Arizona, April 2014

715. “Des Teufels Netz: A Late Medieval German Reflection on the All-Encompassing Power of the Devil,” Eleventh International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies, “Death and the Culture of Death,” UoA, Tucson, May 2014

716. “Outsiders, Challengers, Revolutionaries in Medieval German Courtly Literature,” 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2014

717. “The Mirror Image in Neidhart’s Poetry: Destabilization of the Social Structure by Means of Sexual Competition,” 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2014

718. “Mittelalter als Antwort auf Fragen von Heute? Die Aussagekraft der mittelalterlichen Literatur für die moderne Zeit,” International Symposium of German Scholars: “Germanic Languages and Translation Issues in the Multilingual World, Fremdsprachenphilologie, Eurasische Nationale Gumiljov-Universität, Astana, Kasakhstan, May 2014    

719. “Foreigners and Foreign Religion in the Vernacular Literature and in Apodemic Texts of the Middle Ages,” Entangled Arguments: Polemics Between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, June 2014 (key note lecture, invited)

720. “Studying German Literature at a North-American University: Advantages, Disadvantages, Pitfalls, and Opportunities,” Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf, July 2014

721. “Women in the Protestant Reformation, Challenges and Models for the Present,” Intercultural Theology, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, July 2014

722. “Aufsteigerphänomene und Dynastiebildung in der deutschen Literatur des Spämittelalters: Von Oswald von Wolkenstein zu Thüring von Ringoltingen und Fortunatus,” Universität Tübingen, Germany, July 2014
                                                    
723. “Städtischer Raum in der Prosaliteratur des Spätmittelalters (Melusine, Fortunatus, u.a.),” Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Universität Bonn, Germany, July 2014

724. “Deutsche Kultur im Südwesten der USA, Dichterlesung,” Deutscher Senioren-Computer-Club e.V., Berlin, Germany, July 2014

725. “Early Christian Missionizing on the Continent in Light of Old High German Charms: Syncretism and Diplomatic Strategy,” III Wolińskich Spotkań Mediewistycznych, Wolin, Poland, Aug. 2014

726. “Sprichwörter: Kulturelles Wissen, Globale Anwendung auf allen Stufen des Deutschunterrichts,” Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, at NAU, Flagstaff, Sept. 2014

727. “The Role of German Women Writers During the Protestant Reformation,” Fearless Women Lecture Series, ACMRS, Tempe, AZ, Oct. 2014        

728. “‘Der Wald war sein Schicksal . . .’: An Ecocritical Reading of the Nibelungenlied, Sixty-Eighth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boise, ID, Oct. 2014

729. “Neue Gedichte,” Sixty-Eighth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Boise, ID, Oct. 2014

730. “From the Past to the Future: Why is Germany Doing So Well Today?,” UA Homecoming, College of Humanities,” Nov. 2014        

731. “Economic, Social, Mental, and Gender Approaches to Late Medieval Drama,” Dept. of English, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, Nov. 2014 (invited)

732. “The Contribution of the Jesuits to the Building of the Spanish Empire,” Dept. of History, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, Nov. 2014 (invited)

733. “The Myth of Charlemagne,” University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, Nov. 2014 (invited)

734. “Writing Medieval German Literature: Literary Histories as Sites of Creation of Memory,” The 130th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Vancouver, BC, Jan. 2015 

735. “Acting the Marginal Figure: Disability in the World of Tristan and Isolde,” The 130th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Vancouver, BC, Jan. 2015 

736. “The History of Women in Premodern German Literature,” German Department, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, Jan. 2015 (invited)

737. “Hrotsvit of Gandersheim: The Strong Female Voice in the Early German Middle Ages,” Women Studies Program, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, Jan. 2015 (invited)

738. “The Meaning of the Middle Ages for Us Today: The Humanities in Medieval Perspectives,” College of Arts and Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, Jan. 2015 (invited)

739. “How to Edit a Journal Single-Handedly, Effectively?,” http://sciforum.net/conference/EIC2015/paper/2693 (online conference, Jan. 2015) (invited)

740. “Guilds, Craftsmen, and the Daily Life of Workmen in Late Medieval German Didactic and Chroncile Literature,” Twenty-First Annual ACMRS Conference: Trade, Talents, Guilds, and Specialists: Getting Things Done in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, Feb. 2015

741. “History of Science from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance: Leonardo da Vince and His Leicester Codex,” Museum of Art, Phoenix (2 presentations), Feb. 2015

742. “The Use of Chat Rooms in Online Courses,” Presentation and Workshop, Office of Instructional Services, UA, Feb. 2015

743. “Travel by Sea in Medieval and Early Modern German Literature: Epistemological Experiences,” Oceans & Deserts: An Interdisciplinary Conference, UA, March 15, 2015.

744. “Literaturgeschichte als Landkarte: Vom Mittelalter zum 21. Jahrhundert,” Rikkyo University, Tokyo, March 2015    

745. “Textauslegung von Meister Eckharts Predigt Q 38,” 5. Mittelalter-Kolloquium “Geschichtlichkeit und Fiktionalität in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters, Keio-Universität, Mita, Tokyo, March 2015

746. “Historische und mythische Gestalten in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters – Alexander der Große, Karl der Große und König Artus,” 5. Mittelalter-Kolloquium “Geschichtlichkeit und Fiktionalität in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters, Keio-Universität, Mita, Tokyo, March 2015

747. “Interkulturelles Lernen im Deutschunterricht,” Spring Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, Tucson, March 2015

748. “Protestant Propaganda Broadsheets,” XIIth Early Book Lecture Series, Special Collections, University of Arizona, April 2015 (https://soundcloud.com/univ-arizona-libraries/sets/early-books-lecture-…).

749. “The ‘Dirty Middle Ages’: Bathing and Cleanliness in Medieval German Courtly Romances: Another Myth-Buster,” 12th International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies: Hygiene, Medicine, and Well-Being in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age, University of Arizona, May 2015

750. “Disrupted Festivities at Court in Medieval German Literature,” 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2015

751. “Sex als Thema - im Mittelalter?” Potsdamer Wohnungsbaugenossenschaft e.g., Potsdam, Germany, June 2015 (invited)

752. “Logistik im Mittelalter: Strassen, Wege, Brücken. Infrastruktur als Grundlage für menschliches Handeln in der Vormoderne,” Institut für mittelalterliche Geschichte, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, June 2015 (invited)

753. “Zauber und Magie im Mittelalter: Ein kulturhistorisches Phänomen,” Institut für Germanistik, Otto-Friedrichs-Universität Bamberg, June 2015 (invited). 

754. “Krieg und Frieden in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit,” Institut für Germanistik, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf, June 2015 (invited)

755. “Die protestantische Reformation und die katholische Gegenreformation mittels des Jesuiten-Ordens,” Der Heinrich-Ruhen-Freundeskreis, Adlum/Borsum (near Hildesheim), June 2015 (invited)
                    
756. “Geld und Kommerz im Mittelalter: Literar- und kulturhistorische Reflexionen zum interdisziplinären Diskurs,” Historisches Institut, Universität Mannheim, June 2015 (invited)

757. “Communication in Heroic Epics: Beowulf: Communicative Learning Strategies in Early Medieval Society,” Institut für Englische Philologie, Universität Würzburg, June 2015 (invited)

758. “Medieval Women Writers in the Iberian Peninsula: The Case of Leonor López de Córdoba,” NEH Institute “Negotiating Identities: The Mediterranean: Expression and Representation in the Christian-Jewish-Muslim Meditterranean,” Barcelona, Spain, July

759. “The Bible and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Spiritual Reading,” Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Sept. 2015

760. “Lo cómico en la literatura medieval,” Conferencia magistral, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Sept. 2015                

761. “Marital Problems at Court: Pontus und Sidonia by Eleonore of Austria: Late Medieval Literature by an Austrian Princess,” Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 2015

752. “My own poems,” Sixty-Ninth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 2015

753. “Charlemagne: A European Icon?,” Round Table, Workshop, Charlemagne: A European Icon, University of Bristol, UK, Oct. 2015 (invited)

754. “The Role of Charlemagne in Medieval German Literature: Myth-Making in the Middle Ages and until Today,” Charlemagne: A European Icon, University of Bristol, UK, Oct. 2015

755. “Venedig als Drehscheibe in Reiseberichten des deutschen Spätmittelalters,” Centro tedesco di Studi Veneziani, Venice, Italy, Oct. 2015 (invited)

756. “Die Rezeption des Nibelungenlieds vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart: Vom Epos zum Mythos,” Dipartimento di Lingue Moderni, Università di Bologna, Italy, Oct. 2015 (invited)

757. “Ecocritical Approaches to the Forest in the Middle Ages,” Center for the Middle Ages, Centre of Medieval Studies, University of Birmingham, UK, Oct. 2015 (invited)

758. “Medieval Myths and Modern Myth Busting,” Centre of Medieval Studies, University of Birmingham, UK, Oct. 2015 (invited)

759. “Women Facing Death in the Late Middle Ages: Widowhood, Mourning, and Self-Assertion,” University of Winchester, UK, Oct. 2015 (invited)

760. “Death as Memory: The Creation of Meaning Through Mourning in the Late Middle Ages,” Department of History, University of Colorado, Boulder, Dec. 2015 (invited)

761. “Thüring von Ringoltingen’s Melusine in Text and Image Throughout the Early Modern Age,” The 131st Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Austin, TX, Jan. 2016

762. “Assassins, the Crusades, and the Mystery of Magical Figures from the East in Medieval German Literature: The Case of The Stricker’s Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal,” Twenty-Second Annual ACMRS Conference: Marginal Figures in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, Feb. 2016

763. “Eroticismo y Epistemologia en la litteratura narrative y poetica de la edad media tardia,” Conferencia magistral, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,” Feb. 2016

764. “The Medieval Carmina Burana,” Tucson Symphony Presents, in partnership with the UA College of Humanities, March 2016

765. “The Role of the Forest in Medieval Literature and the Importance of the Monster,” University of Sydney, Australia, March 2016

766. “Passion and Emotions in Late Medieval Literature: Lust, Life, and Death,” University of Sydney, Australia, March 2016

767. “Travel and Travel Literature in the Middle Ages: Historical, Cultural, Linguistic, and Anthropological Sources,” University of Sydney, Australia, March 2016

768. “Philippe Ariès and the Consequences: History of Childhood, Family Relations, and Personal Relations,” University of Western Australia, Perth, March 2016

769. “Daily Life in Early Sonora/Arizona: The German-Speaking Jesuits in 18th-Century Sonora and Their Personal Perspectives,” Saturday Salon and Saloon Lecture Series, Tucson, April 2016

770. “Albrecht Dürer: Masterpainter, Lithographer, Wood Cutter, etc.: A True Renaissance Genius,” 13th Early Book Lecture Series, Special Collection, University of Arizona Library, April 2016

771. “Ancient Wisdom, Modern Quest for Meaning: Boethius and the Idea of Happiness,” Wildcat Events Board Presets: Last Lecture Series, UA, April 2016

772. “Magic in Late Medieval German Literature: The Case of the Good Magician Malagis,” Magic and Magicians in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age,” 13th international symposium, UA, Magic and the Magician in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, April 2016

773. “The Bitter, Biting Humor of Sarcasm in the Medieval World: The Dark Side of the Courtly World,” 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2016
        
774. “Frauen als Autorinnen im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert,” Deutsche Philologie des Mittelalters, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, June 2016

775. “Be- und Erkenntnisse eines Vielschreibers,” Wer schreibt, bleibt?: Einführung in das Publikationswesen für den geisteswissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs, Historisches Institut, Universität Mannheim, June 2016

776. “Sentimentalisierung des Liebeskonzepts im 13. Jh.: Konrad Flecks Flore und Blanscheflur, Mai und Beaflur, und Der Busant,” Institut für Germanistik, Freie Universität Berlin, June 2016

777. “Sex im Mittelalter - Alt und Neu?,” Kulturcafé Sybille, Karl-Marx-Allee, Berlin, June 2016                                

778. “Dietrich von der Gletze ‘Der Borte’: ein Meisterwerk der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters?,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Köln, June 2016

779. “Wahnsinn im Mittelalter: Alternative Perspektiven auf die Philosophie, Religion und Literatur des Mittelalters,” Seminar für Klassische Philologie, Universität Bochum, June 2016

780. “Hans von Waltheym und der Paradigmenwechsel des 15. Jahrhunderts,” Institut für Germanistik, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2016

781. “German Studies/Germanistik in den USA und international im Vergleich mit Deutschland: Studienmöglichkeiten im Ausland für deutsche Studenten,” Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, June 2016

782. “Women in the Protestant Reformation: Audacious and Feisty Poets from the Late Middle Ages to the Seventeenth Century,” Intercultural Theology, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, June 2016

783. “Argula von Grumbach’s Letter to the University of Ingolstadt: Guest-Seminar,” Intercultural Theology, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, June 2016

784. “Der gerechte Krieg im Mittelalter und in der Frühneuzeit - Diskursreflexionen,” Keio University, Tokyo, July 2016

785. “Tradition und Paradigmenwechel: die deutsche Literatur des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts,” Rikkyo University, Toky, July 2016

786. “Faszination der mittelalterlichen deutschen Literatur über Zeit und Kontinente – Forschung und Lehre der mittelalterlichen Literatur in Europa und den USA,” Shinjuku University, Matsumoto, July 2016

787. “Das Mittelalter - Annäherung an eine fremde und doch bekannte Welt,” Nihon University, Tokyo, July 2016

788. “Rudolf von Ems’s Der guote Gêrhart: History of Emotions, Multilingualism, and Interliterary Connections,” History of Emotions Lecture Series, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Sept. 2016

789. “Alte Texte – zeitlose Botschaften: Das Mittelalter in DaF und Literaturunterricht,” 2. Internationale Workshop “DaF und Literatur, Universidade de São Paolo, Brazil, Sept. 2016

790. “Eigene Texte: Prosa und Lyrik,”  Telgte in Tucson. Dichtertreffen der Society for American Writers in German, Tucson, Sept. 2016

791. “Seeming Death and Foolishness: The Functionalization of Death for Epistemological and Satirical Purposes in late Medieval Mæren and Schwänke,” Fortieth Annual Conference, German Studies Association, San Diego, CA, Sept./Oct. 2016

792. “Eigene Text, Prosa und Lyrik” (new texts), Seventieth Annual Convention, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 2016

793. “Water Symbolism in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival,” Seventieth Annual Convention, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 2016

794. “Long Forgotten Literary Gems? Karl Heinrich Waggerl’s Images of the Simple Life: Ignorant Naivité or Ecocritical Perspicuity,” Seventieth Annual Convention, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 2016

795. “Wasser, Wasser und noch mal Wasser: Ökokritische Methoden für den Deutschunterricht (K-16) - besonders für Arizona!,” AZ Chapter of the AATG, at ASU, Tempe, Oct. 2016 

796. “Erotik und Sexualität im Mære des Spätmittelalters: Sprachwitz, Intelligenz, Spiel und sexuelle Erfüllung,” Eros und Logos Sexualitätsnarrative in der deutschsprachigen Literatur, Uniwersytet Zielonogórski, Instytut Filologii Germanskiej, Zielona Góra, Poland, Nov. 2016

797. “Wilhelm Pferdekamp y la historia de los primeros jesuitas alemanes en México,” Coloquio Historia, traducción e identitad cultura; interacción mexicano-alemana en los textos de Wilhelm Pferdekamp (1901-1966), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Centro de Enseñanza de Lenguas Extranjeras, Nov. 2016

798. “Water as Narrative Catalyst in Medieval German Heroic Epics,” The 132nd Modern Language Association Convention, Philadelphia, Jan. 2017

799. “Valentin Weigel and Boethius: A Sixteenth-Century Reception of Boethius in a Protestant Context,” The 132nd Modern Language Association Convention, Philadelphia, Jan. 2017

800. “The Baby and the Bath Water - Satirical Laughter by Thomas Murner and Herman Bote as Catalysts for a Paradigm Shift in the Age Prior to the Protestant Reformation: Literary comedy as a Medium to Undermine all Authorities and to Create a Power Vacuum,” Twenty-Third Annual ACMRS Conference: Paradigm Shifts During the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb. 2017

801. “The Myth of Melusine and Her Sisters: Archetypal Water and Literature,” Oceans and Deserts 2017: Charting Transdisciplinary Currents in Environment and Culture, UA, March 2017 (key note lecture)

802. “Everyday Life and Culture in the Late Middle Ages: The Evidence of the Tacuinum Sanitatis: Historical-Medical and Social-Cultural Aspects,” XIVth Annual Early Book Lecture Series, Special Collections, University of Arizona Library, April 2017

803. “‘And they laughed after all’: Comedy on the Late Medieval German Stage,” The Comic Supernatural, UCLA Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, April 2017

804. “The Individual Quest for Meaning in the Humanities: Past and Present,” The 2017 Larry Wells Memorial Lecture/Binghamton University German Studies Collquium: BUGSC VIII: Quests for Meaning: Religion, Spirituality and the Transcendental in German Culture, Binghamton, NY, April 2017

805. “The Meaning of Angelus Silesius,” Leader of a Workshop, The Binghamton University German Studies Colloquium 2017: BUGSC VIII: Quests for Meaning: Religion, Spirituality and the Transcendental in German Culture, Binghamton, NY, April 2017

806. “The Exploration of the Scandinavian World by Late Medieval Travelers: With a Focus on Michel Beheim,” Fifteenth international symposium on “On the Road again: Time, Space, and Identity in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time,” Tucson, AZ, May 2017

807. “Death to the King, Long Live the King: Charlemagne in Late Medieval German Literature,” 52nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2017

808. “Liebe, Erotik und Sexualität im Mittelalter und darüber hinaus,” Forschungsstelle für Vergleichende Ordensgeschichte, Technische Universität Dresden, June 2017

809. “Stimmen aus der Vergangenheit für unsere Zukunft: Das Mittelalter als Lehrfach in Nordamerika,” Leipziger Literaturwissenschaftliches Colloquium, Universität Leipzig, June 2017

810. “Die deutsche Literatur des Mittelalters - Faszinosum und Terra incognita,” Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego, Zielona Góra, Poland, June 2017

811. “Mittelhochdeutsche Liebesdichtung und didaktische Verse,” Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego, Zielona Góra, Poland, June 2017

812. “Ökokritische Perspektiven auf das Nibelungenlied: Das Wasser war ihr Schicksal,” Zentrum für Mittelalter-Studien, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, June 2017

813. “Toleranz im Mittelalter – die Quadratur des Kreises?,” Institut für Germanistik, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2017

814. “Narrenliteratur und Reformation. Der Paradigmenwechsel im 16. Jahrhundert,” Institut für Kirchengeschichte, Intercultural Theology, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, July 2017

815. “The Protestant Reformation and Tolerance. A Contradiction or New Developments,” Institute for Intercultural Theology, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, July 2017

816. “Ovid im Mittelalter: Rezeptionsgeschichte,” Institut für Klassische Philologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, July 2017

817. “Ehre als Konzept und Idee in der Literatur des Mittelalters,” CAST-Kolloquium, Dilthey Forschungsstelle, Ruhr Universität Bochum, July 2017

818. “Boccaccios ‘Decameron’ und Marguerites de Navarre ‘Heptaméron’ als Zeugen des Gender-Diskurses,” Romanistisches Institute, Ruhr Universität Bochum, July 2017

819. “Geschichte der Deutsch-Amerikaner gestern und heute,” Borsum bei Hildesheim, Freundeskreis Heinrich Ruhen, July 2017

820. “Der Zustand der amerikanischen Gesellschaft heute - eine Analyse,” Café Sibylle, Berlin, July 2017

821. “Spiel als Medium der Lebensbewältigung im Mittelalter: Vom Schachspiel zum Köpfen-Wettbewerb,” Spiele in der Vormoderne: Karten, Würfel, Schach. Internationaler und interdisziplinärer KOSMOS-Workshop im gameLab der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, July 2017.

822. “Natur und Umwelt in der Literatur des Mittelalters. Ökokritische Perspektiven,” Institut für Germanistik, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, July 2017
                            
823. “Kleinsttexte im Deutschunterricht: Die Relevanz der Vergangenheit für die Zukunft,” 2nd German Teacher Conference GETVICO, Goethe-Institute, New York, online, Sept. 2017

824. “Teaching German Language and Literature with an Interdisciplinary Approach: Jesuit Missionaries in the German Classroom,” Seventy-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA, Oct. 2017

825. Reading of own poetry and of two prose satires,” Seventy-First Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Spokane, WA, Oct. 2017

826. “Valentin Weigel und der Protestantismus: Die Suche nach Toleranz im 16. Jahrhundert als Suche nach Gott in der Seele,” Reformation – zwischen Gewinn und Verlust. International Conference, Zielona Góra, Poland, Oct. 2017 (via skype).

827. “Einsatz von Mikrotexten im Deutschunterricht: Der Fall von Karl Heinrich Waggerl,” Workshop, Fall Meeting of the AZ Chapter of the AATG, NAU, Flagstaff, Oct. 2017

828. “Exploring the Literary Terrains of the German Sixteenth Century,” Colloquium Series, Dept. of German Studies, UoA, Nov. 2017

829. “The Challenges of Literature in Past and Present: Through Meaning to Relevance: The Pre-Modern World is Speaking to our Modern German Student Population. From the “Hildebrandslied” to Theodor Fontane’s “Füße im Feuer,” 2017 Annual Convention of the ACTFL/AATG, Nashville, TN, Nov. 2017

830. “The History of Reception of Boethius in Germany from the Sixteenth through the Twentieth Centuris,” 2018 Convention of the Modern Language Association of America, New York, Jan. 2018

831. “German Baroque Poets in the Aftermath of the Thirty Years’ War,” 2018 Convention of the Modern Language Association of America, New York, Jan. 2018

832. “The Magic of the Middle Ages,” Academy Village, Vail, Arizona (Arizona Speaks), Jan. 2018

833. “Bertolt Brecht’s Die Lösung: ein sozialistischer Kritiker in der DDR,” Empire High School, Feb. 2018

834. “Rivers as Landmarks, Challenges, and Barriers for Medieval Protagonists,” Twenty-Fourth Annual ACMRS Conference, Reading the Natural World: Perceptions of the Environment and Ecology During the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb. 2018

835. “Exploratory Practice in the German Classroom: Theory,” and Workshop together with Melanie Mello, Spring Meeting of the AZ AATG Chapter, ASU, Tempe, Feb. 2018

836. “Challenges to Democracy from the Extremes,” Frank Talk, Foothills Library, Glendale, AZ, Feb. 2018

837. “The Holocaust and Its Memory,” Prescott Public Library, Prescott, March 2018

838. “Giants in the Middle Ages in Medieval and Early Modern Art,” Department of History of Arts, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 2018

839. “Sexuality in Medieval Art: From the Corbels and Misericords to Late Medieval Manuscript Illustrations,” Sexuality and Intimacy in Medieval and Early Modern Art, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 2018 (keynote address)

840. “The Heroic Armageddon in Poetic Terms: The Middle High German Nibelungenlied (The Hundeshagen Codex),” Early Books Lecture Series XV, Special Collections, The Library of the University of Arizona, April 2018: https://soundcloud.com/uazlibraries/early-book-lecture-the-heroic-armag…

841. “Gedichte und Satiren,” Telgte 2 in Tucson. Dichtertreffen der Society for American Writers in German, Tucson, April 2018

842. “Drinking, Partying, Drunkenness in Late Medieval Verse Narratives and Jest Narratives,” Sixteenth International Symposium on “Pleasure and Leisure: Toys, Games, and Entertainment in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age,” Tucson, May 2018

843. “Wind and Water: Ecocritical Perspectives on Medieval German Literature,” 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2018

844. “The Good Samaritan in Medieval Literature: Expression of Orientalism/Imperialism or Early Forms of Toleration,” 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2018

845. “Mittelhochdeutsch - Middle High German: From a Historical-Linguistic, Cultural, and Literary-Historical Perspective,” Dept. of German, University of California at Davis, May 2018
        
846. “Die deutsche Ballade vom ‘Hildebrandslied’ bis Marie Luise Kaschnitz,” Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego, Zielona Góra, Poland, June 2018
    
847. “The Meaning and Relevance of the Middle Ages for us Today,” Univerzita Jana Evangelisty Purkyne v Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic, June 2018

848. “Wege und Irrwege der deutschen Philologie: oder, um Fontane zu zitieren: Irrungen und Wirrungen,” Zentrum für Mittelalter-Studien, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, June 2018

849. “Toleranz oder Duldung auch schon in der Vormoderne,” Institut für Theologie, Universität Koblenz-Landau, June 2018.

850. “Automata im Mittelalter: Neue Forschungsperspektiven,” Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, June 2018

851. “Rätsel und Sprichwörter im deutschen Mittelalter,”  Institut für Germanistik, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2018

852. “Peace and War in Medieval and Early Modern Literature: The Catalyst for the Modern Discourse about Our Future,” Theologische Fakultät, Intercultural Theology, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, July 2018        

853. “Die Suche nach dem Glück bei Boethius und seine Rezeption im Mittelalter,” Seminar für Klassische Philologie, Universität Bochum, July 2018

854. “Inschriften in deutschen Texten des Mittelalters,” Internationale Summerschool an der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz “Materialität und Schriftlichkeit: Inschriften als Quellen der mittelalterlichen Kulturgeschichte,” Graz, Austria, July 2018

855. “Learning through the Erotic, and Erotic Inspiration for Religious, Philosophical, Social and Cultural Purposes in the Carmina Burana: Also: The Dark Side of a Poetic Masterpiece from the Early Thirteenth Century,” Music in the Making: Revisiting the Codex Buranus: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Brixen, Italy, July 2018

856. “The European Union at a Crossroad,” Academy Village, Vail, Arizona, Aug. 2018    

857. “Sex in Medieval Literature, Art, Medicine, Philosophy, and Politics,” German 508, 1 hour presentation, Sept. 2018

858. “Deutsche Kultur des 18. Jahrhunderts in Arizona: Pädagogische Vorschläge, oder: die Jesuiten sind wieder da!,” Fall Meeting of the AZ chapter of the AATG, Sept. 2018 (1 hour)

859. “Study Abroad: Medieval Europe Travel Class,” Lessons from Abroad – Southwest: Study Abroad Returnee Conference, UoA, Tucson, Sept. 2018

860. “The Joys (Juice) and Delights in late Medieval Verse Narratives: Eroticism and Enlightenment in the Literary Discourse of the Old French Fabliaux,” Sterling Keynote Address, Seventy-Secod Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Cheyenne, WY, Oct. 2018

861. “The Secrets and Meaning of Angelus Silesius’s Epigrams: Mystico-Philosophical Messages from the World of the Barock,” Seventy-Secod Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Cheyenne, WY, Oct. 2018

862. My own poems and satires, Seventy-Secod Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Cheyenne, WY, Oct. 2018

863. “Das deutsche Regierungs- und Wahlsystem,” German School of Phoenix, Nov. 2018

864. “The Medienwechsel (the Gutenberg Galaxy) and the German Protestant Reformation: The Response by German Writers,” Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages, Tulane University, New Orleans, LO, Nov. 2018

865. “Studying, Playing, and Speaking: The Interactive Classroom, K-16,” Annual Convention and World Languages Expo/AATG, New Orleans, LO, Nov. 2018

866. “Meaning of Memory: The Holocaust and We Today,” Florence Community Center and Library, Florence, AZ, Dec. 2018

867. “Angelus Silesius: The Silesian Mystic as a Boethian Thinker: Universal Insights, Ancient Wisdom, and Baroque Perspectives,” The 134th Modern Language Annual Convention, Chicago, Jan. 2019

868. “Multilingualism and Multicultralism in the Pre-Modern Age: Medieval Welsh and Icelandic Literature in a Literature Survey Course: Interdisciplinary Aproaches on a Pan-European Level,” The 134th Modern Language Annual Convention, Chicago, Jan. 2019

869. “The Past as a Gateway Toward the Future,” Bolstering Student Achievement: Student Success Conference 2019, UoA, Feb. 2019

870. “The World of Wonders, of Magic, Science, and Healing in Caesarius of Heisterbach’s Dialogus miraculorum (ca. 1240),” Magic, Religion, and Science in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance, 2019 ACMRS & MAP Joint Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, Feb. 2019    

871. “German Guilt, Responsibility, and The Way Forward: From the Holocaust to 2019,” Dept. of Modern Languages, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, March 2019

872. “Transforming Students into Global Citizens,” TedEx UoA, March 2019

873. “Standing of the US in the Global Context Today,” Rotary Club, Tucson, Sunset, March 2019

874. “Early Christianity in Ireland: The Book of Kells: Medieval Theology and Early Medieval Media Revolution,” 16th Annual Early Book Lecture Series, Special Collections, UoA, April 2019

875. “The World of Hybrid Women in Medieval and Early Modern Literature,” Imagination, Fantasy, and Monstrosity in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Time, Sixteenth International Symposium on Medieval and Early Modern Studies, University of Arizona, May 2019

876. “Dogs as Friends in Medieval and Modern German Literature,” 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2019

877. “The Dream City in Medieval Literature: The Case of Herzog Ernst (ca. 1170/ca. 1220), Konrad von Würzburg’s Partonopier und Meliur (ca. 1280), and Marco Polo’s Le Devisement du monde (ca. 1310),” 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2019

878. “Germanistik, German Studies, Mediävistik in den USA: Komparatistische Perspektiven,” Institut für Germanistik, Universität Regensburg, Germany, June 2019

879. “Paradoxie und Epistemologie in der spätmittelalterlichen Dichtung: Mauritius von Craûn und Heinrich Kaufringer,” Institut für ältere Germanistik,” Otto-Friedrichs-Universität Bamberg, June 2019 

880. “Essen als Fest und kulturelles Ereignis im Spiegel der Literatur des Mittelalters,” Universität Koblenz-Landau, Koblenz, Kulturwissenschaftliches Kolloquium, Veranstaltungsreihe “Esskulturen in Literatur und Film,” June 2019

881. “Karl der Große und Maximilian I. (Innsbruck?): Mythos in Bild und Text,” Institut für Geschichte, Universität Salzburg, June 2019

882. “Amerikanische Satiren,” Jacobi & Müller Book Store, Halle, Germany, June 2019 (my own texts)

883. “Mediävistik und Germanistik heute, in Deutschland und in den USA: Relevanzsuche und Identität,” Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2019

884. “Reisen im europäischen und arabischen Raum des Mittelalters,” Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, June 2019

885. “Amerikanische Satiren, Amerikanische Politik, Leben in den USA,” Generalkonsulat Venedig, Bernhard Kremser, Görlitz, Germany, June 2019

886. “Verrat in Antike und im Mittelalter: Literarhistorische Perspektiven,” Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germanistik, July 2019

887. “European Views of the East: Medieval and Early Modern Perspectives,” Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, July 2019

888. “Medieval European Travelers to the East,” Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, July 2019

889. “Gender and Sexuality in the Middle Ages,” Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, July 2019

890. “The History of Three World Religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, together with a 3 hours excursion of religious sites in Nur-Sultan,” Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, July 2019
        
891. “Toleration and Tolerance in the Middle Ages: Perspectives from the Past for Our Future,” Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, July 2019

892. “American Satires,” reading of my own texts, Kleines Torhäuschen, Bad Hersfeld, July 2019

893. “Toleration and Tolerance in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age: A New Textbook,” German Studies, University of California at Davis, August 2019

894. “The Holocaust and Its Memory,” Himmel Library, Tucson, Sept. 2019

895. “Hatred, Treason, and Their Consequences: A Medieval Case Study for Us Today: The Nibelungenlied,” Whetstone State Prison Educational Program, Tucson, Sept. 2019

896. “Werbung für Deutsch - innovativ, kreativ, traditionell und progressiv!,” GETVICO, online, https://www.goethe.de/ins/us/en/spr/unt/for/gia/vkd/p19.html, Sept. 2019

897. “LMS Top Hat: Advantages, Possibilities, and Very Few Challenges,” Seventy-Third Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2019

898. New Satires and Poems, Seventy-Third Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2019

899. “The Magic of the Middle Ages,” Flagstaff Public Library, Oct. 2019

900: “The Power of Spirituality in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Age,” Castelfranco Lecture Series, Invited, Dept. of Religious Studies, University of California at Davis, CA, Nov. 2019.

901. “German-Americans: Their History from the Seventeenth Century to the Present,” German Language School, Tempe, AZ, Nov. 2019

902. “Heinrich Schütz and the Early German Baroque: The Historical and Aesthetic Context,” “Ars Moriendi,” The Collegium Musicum. The University of Arizona’s Early Music Ensemble, Nov. 2019

903. “First Encounters - Exhibit organized by the AATG (myself involved),” 2019 ACTFL Convention, Washington, DC, Nov. 2019

904. “Outreach from College to the High School in the State of Arizona,” 2019 ACTFL Convention, Washington, DC, Nov. 2019

905. “Culture and Memory: Holocaust and German History, Past and Present,” The Church at Litchfield Park, Litchfield, AZ, Nov. 2019

906. “Codex Manesse, Middle High German Minnesang, and the Teaching of Medieval German Literature in the Digital Age,” The 135th Modern Language Annual Convention, Seattle, Jan. 2020

907. “The Principles of Honor, Virtue, Leadership, and Ethics: Medieval Epics Speak Out against the Political Malaise in the Twenty-First Century,” The 135th Modern Language Annual Convention, Seattle, Jan. 2020

908. “Active Outreach to Arizona High Schools with a German-Language Program from the University,” The 135th Modern Language Annual Convention, Seattle, Jan. 2020

OTHER PRESENTATIONS:
                                            
1. “Hessian Soldiers in Albemarle County and Hessen in West Germany,” The International Center, U of VA, April 1987 and at the Senior Center, Charlottesville, VA, June 1987
2. Televised Interview with KUAT, Tucson, Arizona, “Arizona Illustrated”: Commentary on the “Line and Image Exhibition, Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ, October 1988
3. “German Art History - Past and Present: The Roots of Post-Modern West German Art,” Museum of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, October 1988
4. “The Middle Ages - Modern Approaches to the Study of a Past Epoch,” Dept. of German, UA, Tucson, September 1989                                
5. “History of Germany, from 800 to 1989,” Tucson Boys Choir, Tucson, AZ, February 1990
6. “Das Faustbuch und die Tradition des Volksbuchs,” Dept. of German, UA, Tucson, January 1991
7. “The Middle Ages, their Culture, Mentality, and History,” Cholla High School, Tucson, AZ, February 1991
8. “German Christmas, its Cultural History and Modern Praxis,” Sam Hughes Elementary School, Tucson, AZ, December 1991.
9. “Culture, History, and Religion of Western and Central Europe,” Junior High Townsend School, Tucson, AZ, May 1992.
10. “The Interpretation of Medieval German Literature - Traditional and Modern Approaches,” Dept. of German, UA, Tucson, AZ, September 1992.
11. Attendance of AATG, Arizona Chapter Meeting and Goethe Institut Workshop, Function of Vice President of Arizona AATG Chapter, Tempe, AZ, September 1992.
12. “Germany, its Culture, Geography, and People,” Sam Hughes Elementary School, Tucson, AZ, October 1992.
13. “Germany in its Multiple Representations, a Slide Show,” Sam Hughes Elementary School, Tucson, AZ, December 1992.
14. “Adopt-a-School Program: Community Outreach of Academics,” AATG Arizona Chapter Meeting, Tucson, AZ, January 1993.
15. “Faculty Advising, Modern Languages, the German Department,” UA Transfer Student Recruitment Program, March 1993.
16. “Elisabeth Borchers, eine poetische Stimme des Stillen,” Dept. of German, UA; Dept. of Foreign Languages, ASU, Tempe, AZ, April 1993.
17. “The Middle Ages in its European and Germanic Context,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, Tucson, September 1993.
18. “The Nibelungenlied: Its History, Interpretation, Ideology, and Reception,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, Tucson, September 1993.
19. “Cultural Diversity in the Classroom: Color Schemes as Cultural Codification,” presented at the Tenth Annual Foreign/Second Language Teacher's Symposium, UA, Tucson, September 1993.
20. “Neue Videofilme für den vorangeschrittenen Sprachunterricht: Turbo,” presented at the AATG -Arizona Chapter Meeting, Flagstaff, AZ, September 1993.
21. “Folke Tegetthoff - ein Märchenerzähler. Einleitung zum Vortrag,” presented at the Dept. of German Studies, UA, March 1994.
22. “Germany after the Elections October 1994: Ein Stimmungsbild,” Deutscher Studenten Klub, UA, Nov. 1994.
23.”Germany - A Slide Presentation,” Tuller Elementary School, Feb. 1995.
24. “History and Politics of Germany: Past and Present,” Deutscher Club, Hilo, HI, June 1995
25. “History of Germany and of the German-Americans,” German-American Heritage Club, Tucson, Sept. 1995.
26. “The Study of German and the Department of German Studies, University of Arizona,” Kingman High School, Kingman, AZ, Sept. 1995.
27. “The Situation after the Wende - Eastern Germany in the 1990s,” German Club, Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ, Oct. 1995.
28. “Philology and Medieval Studies - Modern Approaches in Line with 'German Studies,” Dept. of German Studies, UAZ, Oct. 1995.
29. “The Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” Cedar City High School, Utah, Nov. 1995.
30. “Life in the Middle Ages,” Yuma Public Library, Yuma, AZ, Dec. 1995
31. “The Faustbuch and the 16th Century,” Amphi High School, Tucson, AZ, Dec. 1995
32. “Hessen - a Slide Presentation,” Deutscher Studenten Club, UAZ, Febr. 1996
33. “Germany - the Past as Documented in the Present: Daily Life, Architecture, Food, Nature. A Slide Presentation,” German-American Friendship Club, Saddlebrook Retirement Community, AZ, March 1996.
34. “Resources and Archival Work in German Studies, Canon and the Margin in the History of German Literature,” Dept. of German Studies, UAZ, Aug. 1996.
35. “Hildesheim, Leipzig, and Northrop - the Northern World of Germany in Pictures. A Slide Presentation,” Deutscher Studenten Club, UAZ, Sept. 1996
36. “Two Thousand Years of German History, Culture, and Politics - A Multi-Media Presentation,” Saddlebrook Retirement Community, AZ, October 1996.
37. “Why do we need to study German?,” Flowing Wells High School, Nov. 1996.
38. “Otto Marchi - an Introduction to his Work and his Life,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, Nov. 1996.
39/40: “Study of German with a Computer Game: Europa,” 2 Presentations, Flowing Wells High School, Tucson, Jan. 1997.
41. “How to Use a Computer Game to Learn European Geography,” Dodge Middle School, Tucson, Jan. 1997.
42. “Computer Games as Learning Tools for the Study of German,” University High School, Tucson, April 1997.
43. “Alfred Kolleritsch - ein Grazer Dichter und Literaturkoordinator,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, April 1997.
44. “The German Studies Program--the Major and Minor,” presented to six 200-level German language courses, Dept. of German Studies, UA, Oct. 1997.
45. “The Stade/Hamburg Summer Abroad Study Program,” The Deutsche Studenten Club, UA, Oct. 1997.
46. “Eroticism, Spirituality, and Religion,” One-Hour Presentation, Docens Program, UA Museum of Art, Oct. 1997.
47. “Gabrielle Alioth - Einführung und Vorstellung einer Schweizer Autorin,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, Nov. 1997.
48-49. “Austria today: Two Slide Presentations, Dodge Middle School, March 1998.
50. “Germany, the Study of Germany, the Department of German Studies, UoA,” Tucson High School, March 1998.
51. “The Middle Ages - an Introduction,” Dodge Middle School, April 1998
52. “Krieg und Frieden im Mittelalter - Geschichte und Literatur,” Dept.of German Studies, UA, Aug. 1998.
53. “Germany 1998 - a Slide Presentation,” Deutscher Studenten Club, UoA, Oct. 1998.
54. “New Visual Impressions from Germany. A Slide Presentation,” German Heritage Klub, Tucson, Nov. 1998
55. “The Department of German Studies, an Introduction, and ‘Hildesheim - a Slide Presentation’,” Tucson High School, Jan. 1999
56. “Teaching and Research at the Eötvös-Loránd University, Budapest through a University Teacher Grant,” Rotarian Club of Tucson No. 1284, Jan. 1999
57. “The History and Culture of Courtly Love,” Brandeis University National Women’s Committee, Tucson, Febr. 1999
58. “Moriz von Craûn - A Literary Example of Medieval Gender Relations,” Department of History, UA, March 1999
59. “Northern Germany and Hesse--a Slide Presentation,” German Student Club, UoA, March 1999
60. Methodology and Practice of Medieval Philology, with particular emphasis on the History of Mentality,” Graduate Program in Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies, UoA, April 1999 
61. “Germany and Hungary in Past and Present,” Oro Valley Rotarian Club, Tucson, April 1999
62. “Alois Hotschnig - an Introduction to a Literature Reading”, UoA, Dept. of German Studies, April 1999.
63. “Oswald von Wolkenstein - a Fifteenth-Century Poet,” The Department of Germanic Studies, University of Texas at Austin, April 1999
64. “The Roman de la Rose - a Psychological Reading,” The Department of Germanic Studies, University of Texas at Austin, April 1999
65. “Arizona: the State, its Geography, Flora, National Monuments, and Cities. A Slide Presentation,” American Student Club, Eötvös-Loránd-University, Budapest, Hungary, May 1999.
66. “The American University System, Study Abroad Programs, Student Exchange,” American Student Club, Eötvös-Loránd-University, Budapest, Hungary, May 1999.
67. “International Cultural Exchanges, US-Hungarian Rotarian Relations, Cross-Disciplinary Contacts,” Rotary International Club, Pécs, Hungary, May 1999.
68. “Arizona képekben - Politikai rendszer az Egyesült Allamokban” (Photos from Arizona - the Political System of the United States), presentation in German and English, A Budapest-Margitsziget Rotary Klub, Budapest, July 1999.
69. “Northern Germany - a Slide Presentation,” German Club, Saddlebrook Retirement Community, Tucson, Sept. 1999.
70. “Everyday Life in the Middle Ages. An Exotic and also Familiar World,” Green Valley Forum, Green Valley, AZ, Nov. 1999.
71. “German/Foreign Languages as a Key to a Career,” Amphi Middle School, Tucson, Nov. 1999
72. “Experiences as University Teacher Rotarian Grantee in Budapest, Hungary,” Oro Valley Rotarian Club, Tucson, Dec. 1999
73. “Hungary - a Slide Presentation,” Deutscher Studenten Club, UA, Dec. 1999
74. “Life and Work in Hungary as a Visiting Professor,” Rotary Club of Tucson, Dec. 1999
75. “The Middle Ages and their Significance for Us Today,” University High School, Tucson, Jan. 2000
76. “Experiences in Hungary as a Recipient of a University Teacher Grant from the Rotariens,” Rotary Club, Nogales, Jan. 2000
77. “The Middle Ages - Exploration of a Distant World (with Slides),” Agua Caliente Elementary School, Tucson, Feb. 2000
78. Member of Panel, “The Discovery of Love in the High Middle Ages,” Graduate Class “Gender Relations in Medieval History,” Dept. of History, UA, Febr. 2000
79. “The German Election System,” German Heritage Klub, Tucson, Sept. 2000
80. “Hesse and Bavaria - Two States in Germany. A Slide Presentation,” German-American Friendship Club, Saddlebrook Retirement Community, Sept. 2000
81. “East and West Germany through the Eyes of a Medievalist. A Slide Presentation,” University High School, Tucson, Oct. 2000.
82. “The Life of Women in the Middle Ages,” Green Valley Forum, Green Valley, AZ, Nov. 2000
83. “The Culture and History of German Advent and Christmas Season Celebrations,” German Heritage Klub, Tucson, Dec. 2000
84. “The Relevance of a Foreign Language for One’s Life and Career,” Amphi Middle School, Tucson, Jan. 2001
85. “German Resources on the Web,” German Student Club, UA, March 2001
86-88. Three Presentations on “Sonora - Web-Based German Textbook for the Southwest,” “Why Study German in the Southwest?,” “The Transition from High School to College in German,” Horizon High School, Scottsdale, AZ, March 2001.
89. “Gender Studies and Social-Economic Issues as Expressed in Medieval Literature,” Department of Sociology, UA, March 2001 (Tier 1 class).
90. “Sonora - Web-based German Textbook for High Schools and Colleges,” Partnership Across Languages, UoA, March 2001
91. “Studying German in the Southwest Using Jesuit Missionary Reports,” Dept. of German Studies, UoA, April 2001.
92. “Zungenbrecher, Dialekte, and Other Fun Things About Germany,” German Student Club, UoA, April 2001.
100. “Studying German on the Web - German Jesuits in Sonora,” Amphi High School, Tucson, April 2001.
101-107. “Magical Germany: Past and Present,” “The Middle Ages: Past and Present,” “Women in the Middle Ages,” “The Nibelungenlied,” “The German Language, with Practical Exercises,” “The History of the Christian Church,” “Love in the Middle Ages,” Cruise the Face of Europe, Alumni Holidays International, Cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest, August 2001.
108. “Presentation of German Webpage: www.gened.arizona.edu/aclassen,” German Student Club, UoA, Sept. 2001.
109. “Middle High German, Minnesang, and the Worlds of the Medieval Courts,” Music School, University of Arizona, Oct. 2001
110. “The Roots of Modernity in the Middle Ages. The Revolutions of the Twelfth Century,” HABBJACH - Dollars for Students, Oct. 2001. 
111. “Walther von der Vogelweide and the History of Medieval German Literature,” Dept. of German Studies, University of Arizona (Prof. Martinson’s 496 Class), Jan. 2002.
112. “Motivationsstrategien für den Deutschunterricht - Bericht über einen selbstverfaßten Aufsatz in der Unterrichtspraxis,” Dept. of German Studies, University of Arizona (Prof. Ecke’s 580 Class), Jan. 2002.
113. “The German Language, German-Speaking Countries, Cultural Explorations, and History,” La Cima Middle School, Tucson, Feb. 2002.
114. “Human Rights from Antiquity to the Present - an Evolutionary Process,” Presentation at a Panel Discussion, World in Transition Series (Baha’i Community of East Pima County), Tucson, Feb. 2002.
115. “Tucson Traffic Problems,” Panel Discussion, Arizona Daily Star, Feb. 2002    
116. “Between Heaven and Earth. The Medieval Church, Spirituality, and Mysticism,” HABBJACH - Dollars for Students, Tucson, March 2002.
117. “German Heritage in the Southwest - The Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora,” German Heritage Klub, Tucson, March 2002.
118. “The Role of the Faculty Advisor to a Fraternity,” Phi Kappa Psi, UofA, April 2002.
119. “Study Abroad Experiences for Undergraduate Students,” Meet the Professional at Pizza, UoA, April 2002.
120. “Staying Politically Informed as a Student: Newspapers and other Media,” Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, UoA, April 2002.
121. “Introduction to German Reference Material,” Dept. of German Studies, Ger 508, UoA, Sept. 2002.
122. “The German Major and Minor,” Dept. of German Studies, Ger 300 and Ger 301, UoA, Sept. 2002.
123. “The History of German-Americans, 1500 to the Present,” German Club, Saddlebrook Retirement Community, Arizona, Sept. 2002
124. “Reading of Old and New Poems,” Hosted by Elke Dieners, Tucson, Nov. 2002
125. “The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century,” German 497C Class, UA, Jan. 2003
126. “The Reformation: Origin, Development and Consequences,” German 497C Class, UA, Feb. 2003
127. “Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan: Interview with ABC Radio, Melbourne, Australia, March 2003, aired on August 10, 2003 (ca. 20 minutes): http://www.abc.net.au/rn/bigidea/stories/s903367.htm; re-aired Dec. 2015 at: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/rnafternoons/great-lovers/…
128. “The University, Academic Studies, Study Habits, and Learning Experiences,” P i Kappa Phi Fraternity, Sept. 2003
129. “German Jesuits in Sonora/Arizona in the 17th and 18th Centuries,” German Club, Saddlebrook, AZ, Nov. 2003
130. “The History of European and North-American Fraternities. From the Middle Ages to the Present,” Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, Dec. 2003
131. “The Relevance of the Middle Ages for Us Today,” HABBJACH - Dollars for Students, Dec. 2003
132-133. “The Importance of German Today,” 2 presentations at Tucson High School, Jan. 2004
134. “Why Study German, and What Does German Studies at the UA Have to Offer,” Cholla High School, Jan. 2004
135. “The History of Anti-Semitism,” HABBJACH - Dollars for Students, Tucson, Jan. 2004
136. “The Early Book Lecture Series: The Bibliophile Treasures of the Past,” Special Collections, UA Library, Jan. 2004
137. Two presentations, the Department of German Studies, Junior Day, UA, COH, Feb. 2004
138. Study Abroad in Germany and “Medieval Travel Course,” Pizza with a Professional, Student Union, Feb. 2004
139. “What does it mean to be a recipient of a University Teacher Grant,” Arizona Tri-District Foundation Celebration Seminar, Rotarian International, Phoenix, Nov. 2004
140. “Medieval German Literature, the Scholarly Approaches to the Middle Ages, and Individual perspectives,” Department of German Studies, Dec. 2004.
141. “The Middle Ages in a Whirlwind, and Walther von der Vogelweide,” Department of German Studies, Jan. 2005 (Prof. Kosta’s class)
142. “Walther von der Vogelweide: A Challenge for Us Today,” Department of German Studies, Jan. 2005 (Senta Goertler’s class)
143. “The Living Books from the Past,” Introductory Talk for The Early Book Lectures II, Special Collections, University of Arizona, Feb. 2005
144. “German Studies today, the Department of German Studies at the UA,” University High School, Tucson, April 2005
145. “Discourse of Love and Marriage in Past and Present,” Arizona Senior Academy, Tucson, Aug. 2005
146. “Fritz Lang’s Silent Movie Nibelungen (1924): An Introduction,” German Film Series, Oct. 2005, UA
147. “The Middle Ages, an Overview,” Ger 496C, Jan. 2006 (upon invitation, 1 1/2 hour presentation)
148. Panel Member, “Listening In,” Access TV Show, April 2006 (1 hour, three-person panel discussion, aired twice a day for 5 days).
149. “Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance,” Arizona Senior Academy, Tucson, Tucson, Sept. 2006
150. Introduction of the Keynote Speaker Dr. Richard Shelton, Sixtieth Annual Convention of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Oct. 2006, Tucson
151. “Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages: Introduction to the Course Trad 104,” Tier 1 Talks, University of Arizona, Nov. 2006
152. “The Relevance of German as a Critical Language,” Tucson High School, Site Council, Jan. 2007        
153. “Early History of Arizona: German Jesuits as Founders of Arizona,” Ajo Public Library, Feb. 2007
154. “Early History of Arizona: German Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora,” Dead Horse State Park, Cottonwood, April 2007
155. “Who is afraid of the Middle Ages? How To Approach Medieval German Literature for the German Classroom,” Advanced Placement Testing, Reading Workshop, Lincoln, NE, June 2007
156. “Medieval Travel Course 2008,” with Pizza, Sonora Residence Hall, UA, Oct. 2007.
157. “Advising in German Studies and the Structure of the Undergraduate Program,” COH Advisors, Oct. 2007
158. and 159. “Why Study German?” German AP Class and First Year German Class at University High School, Oct. 2007.
160. “The Forgotten History of Early Arizona: The German Jesuits in Sonora,” Agua Caliente State Park, Tucson, Nov. 2007    
161. “A Literary Journey Through Germany: Cities and Writers,” Saddlebrook Retirement Community, Jan. 2008    
162. “Polyglot Approaches to Teaching Foreign Language and Culture from a Historical Perspective, Medieval Travel Summer Course,” Partnership Across Languages, UA, Jan. 2008
163. “Mentoring Graduate Students,” Graduate Class Panel, Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, UA, March 2008
164. “Myths, Heroes, and the Epic Past in Germany: From the Middle Ages to the 21st Century,” Class presentation (Ger 300), UA, April 2008
165. “Mystical Women turned into Witches,” Nanini Branch Library, Tucson, April 2008
166. “The Medieval Chastity Belt,” Interview with Rachel Kohn, ABC Radio National, Sydney, broadcast on Aug. 31, 2008 (www.abc.net.au/rn/ark)
167. Interview with Georgetown Voice newspaper on G. Ronald Murphy’s book Gemstone of Paradise, 2006, Sept. 2008
168. “Advice from a Faculty Member about Student-Faculty Interaction Grants,” ipod, UoA, Aug. 2008 (http://studentaffairs.arizona.edu/tieronegrant/classen.php)
169. “My Personal Career, Advice for Freshmen, the Academia,” Paladin Honor Class, UoA, Sept. 2008        
170. “Why Study German?,” German 102, UoA, Sept. 2008
171. Interview (e-mail) by The Georgetown Voice, Sept. 18, 2008 (on G. Ronald Murphy’s book Gemstone of Paradise: The Holy Grail in Wolfram’s Parzival).
172. “European Languages, Language Politics, and History of Languages,” Dept. of Geography and Regional Development, University of Arizona, Nov. 2008 
173. Member of a Panel: “East and West Germany Before and After the Fall of the Wall,” German 300, UoA, Nov. 2008
174. “German Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora/Arizona,” Jose Valdez Main Library, Food-for-Thought Lecture Series, Tucson, Nov. 2008
175. “German Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora/Arizona,” Agua Caliente State Park, Tucson, Nov. 2008
176. “What are Interdisciplinary Approaches? How to Practice Interdisciplinarity? How to Publish Interdisciplinarily?,” GEMS graduate class, Prof. David Graizbord, UoA, Dec. 2008
177-178. “German Studies, History of Music, and the Use of a ‘Kulturigel’,” two lectures in German classes at University High School, Tucson, Jan. 2009
179. “Holy City and Holy Sites in the Middle Ages: Reflections upon an NEH Summer Institute, Oxford, UK, 2008,” 11th “Work-in-Progress” Symposium, UAMARRC, Jan. 2009
180. “German Jesuits in Sonora/Arizona,” The Arizona University Book Store, Campus, Tucson, AZ, March 2009.    
181. “Medieval Travel Course for the Humanities,” Humanities Week, UoA, April 2009
182. “German Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora/Arizona,” Arivaca Library, Arivaca, AZ, April 2009
183. Introduction of the Outstanding Senior Award Winner, Ivan Grubisic, Commencement, UoA, May 2009
184. “History of German Culture and Literature in North America,” German Meetup, International School of Tucson, May 2009
185. “History of Jews in the European Middle Ages,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Sept. 2009
186. “Die Rolle Deutschlands heute in der Welt: Afghanistan und Somalia: am Horn von Afrika,” International School of Tucson, Sept. 2009
187. “What does it mean to be a student, from a professor’s perspective,” Paladin Honor Class, UoA, Sept. 2009
188. “Entertaining youtube videos in German as rewards for good classroom performance,” Fall Meeting, AZ AATG, Tempe, ASU, Oct. 2009
189. “Mysticism in the Middle Ages,” Himmel Library, Tucson, Oct. 2009
190. “Mentalitätsgeschichte - Vorstellung einer theoretischen Schule,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, Oct. 2009
191. “Women in the Middle Ages,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Nov. 2009
192. “Study Abroad and Germany,” Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX, Nov.
193. “Begrüßungsworte zur Tagung,” Kultur- und Kommunikationshistorischer Wandel des Populären im 16. Jahrhundert, Freiburg i. Br., Nov. 2009
194. “Germany in the Past, the Present, and the Future,” Flowing Wells High School, Dec. 2009
195. “Study Abroad Experience for the Summer,” Arizona/Sonora Residence Hall, Jan. 2010
196. “Questiones Interpretativas En Reguardo al Poema de Mío Cid,” Texas Tech, Lubbock, Feb. 2010 (Spanish Graduate Class, all in Spanish)
197. “The Analysis of Female and Male Roles in Marie de France’s “Le Fresne” and the Middle English “Lay Le Freine,” Texas Tech, Lubbock, Feb. 2010.
198. “German Jesuits in Sonora/Arizona in the 17th and 18th Centuries,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Feb. 2010
199. “Jewish-Christian Relations in the Middle Ages,” The Jewish History Museum, Tucson, Feb., Feb. 2010
200. “Early History of Arizona: The Contribution of German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries,” Spanish Cultural Club, Catalina Vista Recreation Center, Oro Valley, Feb. 2010
201. “Women in the Middle Ages,” Nanini Library, Tucson, Feb. 2010
202. “Early History of Arizona: The Contribution of the German Speaking Jesuit Missionaries,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, La Posada Retirement Community, Green Valley, March 2010
203. “Teaching in a large classroom (Centennial),” Learning Technology Showcase, May 2010
204. “Women in the Middle Ages,” Cholla Terrace Community, Tucson, May 2010
205. “Was ist ein Text? Textkritisch-philologische Überlegungen,” presentation to Prof. Martinson’s class, Ger 508, Sept. 2010
206. “German Contributions to the World,” German Heritage Group, Desert Hills Lutheran Church, Green Valley, Jan. 2011.
207. “History of Jews from Antiquity to the 20th Century,” B’nai B’rith Covenant House, Tucson, Jan. 2011
208. “German Jesuits as Founders of Arizona,” Agua Caliente State Park, Tucson, Feb. 2011.
209. “Wahres Leben und Tod im 17. Jahrhundert,” introductory and welcoming talk, Wahres Leben und Tod vom 16. Jahrhundert bis zur Neuzeit: 4. Symposium der Theophrastus-Stiftung Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany, March 2011
210. Poetry reading, Berlin, poetry circle of Robert Goebel, March 2011
211. “Handbook of Medieval Studies: A Book Presentation,” Tuesday Talks, University of Arizona Library, April 2011
212. Panelist, PBS production of “Secrets of the Divine,” Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, April 2011
213. The Grünes Band in Germany: From a Deadly Border to a New Line of Life,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, April 2011
214. “The Hanseatic League - History, Culture, and Literature in Northern Germany,” German-American Friendship Club, Saddlebrook Retirement Community, AZ, April 2011
215. “The Literary Canon: Construction and Deconstruction?,” German 508 class (Prof. Chantelle Warner), Sept. 2011
216. “German Studies, Medieval Studies: Advice for Freshmen, the Academia,” Paladin Honor Class, UoA, Oct. 2011
217. “Why study German? Selling Points for German in 101,” German 101 class, Nov. 2011 (Christina Butler)
218. “The History of Architecture of the UoA Campus,” Agua Caliente Park, Nov. 2011
219. “The Importance and Relevance of German Studies,” German 101 class, Nov. 2011 (Charly Mostert)
220. “The Structure of the German Major and Minor in German Studies,” German T.A.s, Jan. 2012
221. “Critical Questions of Courtly Love,” English Dept., Prof. Thomas Willard’s class, Jan. 2012
222. “Germany Yesterday and Today: A Slide Presentation,” German Heritage Group, Desert Hills, Green Valley, Jan. 2012
223. “How to write a good paper for a college-level class,” Posada San Pedro Residence Hall, Feb. 2012
224. “Why study German and become a minor or major,” Ger 102, UA, Feb. 2012
225. “German Studies: Outline, Structure, Goals, and Perspectives,” Presentation to Empire High School Students, Vail, plus Library Visit, Feb. 2012
226. “Professional Organizations and Conferences,” UA, Feb. 2012
227. “The History of German Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora/Arizona,” Himmel Park Library, Feb. 2012
228. “From the Deadly Border to the Green Zone: The History of the Border Between East and West Germany,” (Neither) Here Nor There: Stories from Life in the Borderlands, Odyssey Storytelling, UAMA, UA, March 2012
229. “The History of San Xavier del Bac: Lecture and Tour of the Mission,” for the Consulate and Staff of the US Consulate Nogales, Mexico, March 2012
230. “Women in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age,” Himmel Park Library, March 2012
231. “Mysticism and Spirituality in the Middle Ages,” Himmel Park Library, April 2012
232. “The History of Architecture of the UoA Campus,” Himmel Park Library, April 2012
233. “Medieval Cambridge and Medieval East Anglia,” University of New Hampshire, Cambridge Summer Program, Cambridge, July 2012
234. “German-after-school programs at Elementary Schools, Tucson,” Arizona Chapter of the AATG, Flagstaff, AZ, Sept. 2012
235. “My Career as a Research and My Research Agenda,” Paladin Honor Class, UoA, Sept. 2012
236. Discussion of the Movie “Soul Kitchen,” DSC, UoA, Sept. 2012
237-238. “Introduction to the German Studies Major and Minor,” Ger. 201 (10 and 11 a.m.), UoA, Oct. 2012
239. “German Speaking Jesuit Missionaries as Founders of Sonora/Arizona,” La Frontera Coral of the Westerners, Intl., Green Valley, Oct. 2012
240. “Argula von Grumbach and the Role of Women in the Protestant Reformation,” class of Prof. Steven Martinson, “Religion in German Literature,” UA, Oct. 2012
241. “German Contributions to the World,” Dept. of German Studies, UA, Oct. 2012 (Ger 202 class, with advertisement for our major/minor)
242. “Religion and Literature, Women’s Contributions in the Middle Ages, and Paracelsus,” class of Prof. Steven Martinson, “Religion in German Literature,” UA, Oct. 2012
243. “The Beauty and Intrigue of the German Language: Promotion of German in Ger 102,” UA, Oct. 2012
244. “Conditions for German Majors and Minors,” UA, Ger 102, Oct. 2012
245. “Philipp Segesser and the German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries in the Southwest,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Oct. 2012
246. “German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries in the Southwest During the 18th Century,” Agua Caliente Park, Tucson, Jan. 2013
247. Reading of recent poems, from grenzgänger and sprachbrücken (2012), and Hawai’i Miszellen (forthcoming), Deutscher Studenten Club, UA, Feb. 2013
248. Medieval and Renaissance Art: The Case of the Retablo Room in the Museum of Art,” Olympia Academics, UA, Feb. 2013
249. “Reading of my poem ‘Yard Sale - November 2004,’” Radio KXCI, Feb. 2013    
250. “The History of Architecture of the University of Arizona Campus,” Joyner-Green Valley Library, Green Valley, AZ, Feb. 2013
251-52. “Why study German and become a minor or major,” Ger 102, UA, March 2013 
253. “Practical Experiences with Panopto and Pedagogical Insights,” Office of Technological Instruction Workshop, UA, April 2013
254. “The Europeans are Coming: German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries in Eighteenth-Century Sonora,” Phi Beta Kappa Association of Greater Tucson, April 2013
255. “The Green Band: Vom Todesstreifen zur Lebenslinie in Germany after 1989,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, April 2013
256. “Love, Marriage, and Sexuality in the Middle Ages: Past Perspectives for Our Society?,” Women in Tax and Finance, Tucson, May 2013
257. “Germany in the Past, Present, and Future: Why Study German,” University High School, Tucson, May 2013
258. “Memory, Culture, and the German Language,” University High School, Tucson, May 2013
259. “History of Jews in the European Middle Ages,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Sept. 2013
260. “Postmodern Theory and Medieval Studies in the Case of Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan, UA, German Studies, Sept. 2013
261. Six talks to students in 101 and 201 about the German Minor and Major, UA, Sept. 2013
262. “The Nibelungenlied,” German Class, Empire High School, Vail, AZ, Oct. 2013 (via skype)
263. “Medieval Travel 2014,” Yuma Residence Hall, Dec. 2013.
264. “German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries in Early Sonora/Arizona,” Nanini Library, Tucson, Jan. 2014
265. “Medieval Mysticism: Past and Present,” Himmel Park Branch Library, Tucson, Feb. 2014
266. “Thematic Minor in Medieval Studies,” Presentation to the CLAS advisors, UA, March 2014
267. “Why? A Thousand Years of European War and Peace!,” Tucson Balkan Peace Support Group, March 2014
268. “Medieval Travel Course, 2004-2015,” Germany in Europe 2014, UA, April 2014
269. “Reading of Oswald’s poem Kl 69 ‘Do fraig amors,’” Germany in Europe 2014, UA, April 2014
270. Presentation of Justaddgerman.de to the AZ AATG chapter Spring meeting, Workshop, ASU, April 2014
271. “Ulrich Müller - in Memoria,” 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2014
272. “German Studies, AATG, Resources for Teaching German,” German Department, UA (new graduate students), Aug. 2014
273. “The Experience of Transculturality Through Study Abroad,” German Studies 150, German Department, UA, Sept. 2014
274. “Convivencia in Medieval Iberia,” Temple Emanu-El and The Arizona Early Music Society, “The Broken Consort,” Oct. 2014
275. “From the Medieval Catholic Church to the Early Modern Protestant Reformation and Catholic Counter-Reformation,” Dept. of German Studies (Prof. Martinson’s class), Oct. 2014
276. “Differences between Germany and the USA in Cultural, Economic, Religious, Political, and Educational Terms,” Quarles & Brady LLP, law firm, Tucson, and six affiliated law firms across the country via videoconferencing, Oct. 2014
277. “Love and Marriage from the Perspective of the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Feb. 2015
278. “Sprechen Sie Deutsch? German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries as Founders of Sonora/Arizona,” Copper Queen Library, Bisbee, Feb. 2015
279. “Jesuit Missionaries in Sonora: A Look at German-Speaking Missionaries as Founders,” Salon and Saloon Lecture, Dusty Monk Pub in La Cocina, Tucson, Feb. 2015
280-81. “Till Eulenspiegel - A Sixteenth-Century Bestseller,” German 202 (two courses), March 2015
282. “Mysticism in the Middle Ages,” Monte Vista Resort, Mesa, March 2015
283. Two talks on the German Studies Major and Minor, German 201, UA, May 2015
284. “Study Abroad in Medieval Europe,” Posada La Cienega, UA, Sept. 2015 
285. “Introduction to Research on Medieval German Literature,” Graduate Course Ger 508, UA, Sept. 2015
286. “Presentation of Medieval Study Abroad in Medieval Europe,” Undergraduate Course, Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages, Sept. 2015
287. “Lachen im Mittelalter und in der Frühneuzeit: Till Eulenspiegel,” German 202 course, UA (Sept. 2015) 
288. “The Nibelungenlied: How to Approach it Critically Today,” Graduate Course Ger 508, UA, Nov. 2015
289. “The Knight with the Gash-Hawk,” Eroticism and Love in the Middle Ages, Ger 160C, UA, Nov. 2015
290. “History of the German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries in the Southwest,” Himmel Park Library, Tucson, Nov. 2015
291. “Study Abroad: Medieval Europe,” AZ/SO Residence Hall, UA, Jan. 2016
292. “Love, Marriage, and Sexuality from a Medieval Perspective,” Wheeler Taft Abbey Sr. Library, Marana, Feb. 2016
293. “Humanismus und Lachen im Mittelalter und in der Frühneuzeit: Der Stricker, Erasmus von Rotterdam, and Till Eulenspiegel,” two German 202 courses, UA (Feb. 2016) 
294. “Integrative Learning: Lessing and Tolerance,” Survival Skills and Ethics class , UA (April 2016
295. “Gottfried von Straßburg's Tristan: History of Reception, the Palimpsest, and Timeless Meaning,” Ger 508 class, UA (Sept. 2016)
296. “Introduction to German Studies: Why study German and what can you do with it?,”  Ger 101, UA (Sept. 2016)
297. “Lachen und Till Eulenspiegel: Humor, Komik und Aufklärung im Mittelalter und heute,” Ger 202, UA (Sept. 2016)
298-299. “Medieval Travel Course, Europe, Summer Study Abroad,” talk in David Gramling's class “Dreamers and Thinkers” and in Ben Jens’s class “The Balkans: Identity in Crisis,” Feb. 2017
300. “Medieval Mysticism,” Himmel Park Library, April 2017
301. “Introduction to AATG, AZAATG, and the Professionalization of Graduate Students,” German 101 and 102 instructors, Sept. 2017
302. “Medieval Studies within German Studies,” talk to Ger 508, Sept. 2017
303. Three talks in Russian classes on Medieval Europe Summer Study Program, Sept. 2017
304-05. Two talks to German classes at Empire High School, “Greetings from Germany: Why do we study/teach German,” Jan. 2018
306. “German Contributions to the World: Technology, Literature, the Arts, Music, and Philosophy,” Desert Hill Lutheran Church, Green Valley, Jan. 2018
307-309. Talks on the Relevance of German, German Economy, Literature, and Language, German School of Phoenix, Jan. 2018
310. “The Connection between German and English in Historical Linguistic Terms,” German School of Phoenix, Jan. 2018
311. “The German Jesuit Missionaries in the Early History of Sonora,” German School of Phoenix, Jan. 2018
312-314. “The Significance of German Today and in the Future: Deutsch heute und morgen,” Dept. of German Studies, Arizona State University, Jan. 2018
315-316. Two talks about the Relevance of German, about the German Studies Major at the UoA, and about the history of Germany in the modern world, Cienega High School, Vail, Feb. 2018
317. “Goethe’s ‘Zauberlehrling’ and “Why Study German,” Chandler High School, Tucson, Feb. 2018
318-20. Three talks to German classes at Mountain View High School, Tucson, Feb. 2018
321-22. Two talks to German classes at Greenway High School, Glendale, Feb. 2018
323-24. Two talks to German classes at Bueno High School, Sierra Vista, Tucson, March 2018
325. “Democracy in Crisis,” Frank Talk, Arizona Humanities, Patagonia Public Library, March 2018
326-28. Three talks to German classes at Canyon del Oro High School, Tucson, April 2018
329. “The Holocaust and Its Memory,” Joel D. Valdez Main Library, Tucson, April 2018
330. “Lachen im Mittelalter? Gibt es Humor in Deutschland? Kulturgeschichte und Anthropologie,” German School of Phoenix, Tempe, April 2018
331. “Analysis of Bertolt Brecht: “Legende von der Entstehung des Buches Taoteking auf dem Weg des Laotse in die Emigration,” German School of Phoenix, Tempe, April 2018
332. “Hessen, German Technology, Environment, and the Grünes Band,” Maricopa High School, April 2018
333. “The Relevance of German and French Today,” American Leadership Academy, Queen Creek, AZ, May 2018
334. “Democracy in Crisis,” North Valley Regional Library, Anthem, May 2018
335. “Studying German and its Opportunities,” Ger 102, UoA, Aug. 2018
336. “Das Mittelalter,” Empire High School, Vail, Aug. 2018
337. “Challenges to Democracy from the Extremes,” Frank Talk, Appaloosa Library, Scottsdale, Sept. 2018
338. “Why and How to Study German,” Freshman Class, Greenway High School, Glendale, Sept. 2018
339. “German Minor and Major,” Ger 201 and Ger 202, UoA, Oct. 2018
340-42. “The Importance and Fun of German for High School Students,” three classes, Sunnyslope High School, Glendale, Nov. 2018 
343-45. “The Meaning and Relevance of German,” University High School, Tucson, Nov. 2018 (three classes)
346-47. “Medieval Europe Study Program,” two presentations in classes offered by Hester Oberman, Religious Studies, Jan., 2019
348. “Why German for High School Students and College Students,” Chandler Preparatory Academy, Jan. 2018
349-51. Songs, poems, and images: The Study of German today,” Mountain View High School, Mesa, Feb. 2019 (3 classes)
352. “Bertolt Brecht: ‘Ich lebe in finsteren Zeiten,’” The German School\ of Phoenix, Feb. 2019
353. The Study of German, Sunnyslope High School, Glendale, March 2019 (2 classes)
354. German Studies at the University, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, March 2019 (2 classes)
355. “Medieval Manuscripts, Incunabula, Early Modern Prints in Special Collections,” The University of Arizona Library, Faculty Fellows Program, March 2019
356. Promotion of German, visit of Corona del Sol High School, Chandler, AZ, April 2019
357. Attendance of German National Honors Award Ceremony, K-12, University High School, Tucson, April 2019
358. Promotion of the Humanities, Chinle High School, Chinle, AZ, May 2019 (five classes)
359. The German Studies Major and Minor, Ger 201 and Ger 202, Sept. 2019
360. “The Relevance and Fun of German,” Greenway High School, Glendale, Oct. 2019 (2 classes)
361. “The German Baroque and Heinrich Schütz,” “Ars Moriendi” – Collegium Musicum
Ensemble, preparatory Q & A session, Nov. 2019
362. “Middle High German Minnesang,” German Studies Dept., University of California at Davis, CA, Nov. 2019
363. “Germany, the Study of German, German Culture, and the B.A. in German Studies,” Heritage Academy Laveen, Laveen, AZ, Nov. 2019 (2 hours)

                    

ABSTRACTS:
Approx. 500 abstracts from German, Spanish, Italian, French and English language books, articles, catalogues, journals and collections on modern art since 1800, published in: Artbibliograghies Modern. Clio Press (Oxford-Santa Barbara), 1983-1984 (Modern Art History Bibliography).

Approx. 5000 abstracts from German, Italian, French, English, Spanish, Dutch, Romanian language articles and books on textile technology, machinery, materials, fashion, chemistry, management, production, distribution, storage, exports, imports, wholesale and retail etc. in: The Textile Digest, The Institute of Textile Technology, Charlottesville, VA., 1984-1986 (Textile Research Bibliography).
 
Book Reviews:
Currently 1887 book reviews in German, Austrian, US-American, Canadian, Dutch, Belgian scholarly journals such as German Quarterly, Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, Fifteenth-Century Studies, Sixteenth-Century Studies, Mediaevistik, Synopsis, Germanic Notes, Modern Language Notes, Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, MIÖG, Leuvense Bijdragen, Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik, Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie, Schatzkammer, Seminar, Archiv für Kulturgeschichte, Monatshefte, Speculum, Arbitrium, Colloquia Germanica, Encomia, Wirkendes Wort, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch, Prospero, Tristania, Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, The Medieval Review, Studi medievali, Women in Judaism, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Medieval Perspectives, , Daphnis, etc.
 

A complete list of all reviews can be supplied upon request.

BOOK REVIEWS 

 1.Viola Bolduan: Minne zwischen Ideal und Wirklichkeit. Studien zum späten Schweizer Minnesang (Frankfurt am Main: 1982),: Leuvense Bijdragen 73 (1984,), pp. 385-386.
 
 2. Julio A. Hernández: Studien zum religiös-ethischen Wortschatz der deutschen Mystik (Berlin: 1984), in: Leuvense Bijdragen 73 (1984), pp. 551-553.
 
 3.Werner Schwarz: Beiträge zur mittelalterlichen Literatur, hg. von P. Ganz und T. McFarland (Amsterdam: 1984), Leuvense Bijdragen 74 (1985), pp. 82-84.
 
 4.Hermann-Josef Müller: Überlieferungs- und Wirkungsgeschichte der Pseudo-Strickerschen Erzählung `Der König im Bade'. (Berlin: 1983), Leuvense Bijdragen 74 (1985), pp. 85-87.
 
 5.Der Deventer Endechrist von 1524. Ein reformations-geschichtliches Zeugnis. Teil I: Faksimile Druck, hg. von H. Niebaum, R. Peters, E. Schütz und T. Sodmann (Köln-Wien: 1984), Leuvense Bijdragen 74 (1985), pp. 87-90.
 
 6.Hans Unterreitmeier: Tristan als Retter (Perugia: 1984), Leuvense Bijdragen 74 (1985), pp. 496-501.

 7.Ingeborg Neske: Die spätmittelalterliche Sibyllenweissagung, (Göppingen: 1985), Modern Language Notes 101, (1986), 3, pp. 735-736.
 
 8.Guillaume et Willehalm. Les Epopées Françaises et l'oeuvre de Wolfram von Eschenbach, ed. by D. Buschinger (Göppingen: 1985), Modern Language Notes 101 (1986), 3, p. 732.
 
 9.Klaus Fuss: Die faröischen Lieder der Nibelungensage, (Göppingen: 1985), Modern Language Notes 101, (1986), 3, p. 733.
 
10.Lektüren. Aufsätze zu Umberto Ecos “Der Name der Rose” (Göppingen: 1985), Modern Language Notes 101, (1986), 3, pp. 731-732.
 
11.Ortnit und Wolfdietrich, hg. von Edward Haymes (Göppingen: 1984), Modern Language Notes 101, (1986), 3, p 736.

12.Renate Decke-Cornill: Stellenkommentar zum III. Buch des “Willehalm” Wolframs von Eschenbach (Marburg: 1985), Modern Language Notes 101, (1986), 3, p. 733.
 
13.Hans-Dieter Mück, Hg.: Oswalds von Wolkenstein Streuüberlieferung, Litterae 36 (Göppingen: 1985), Fifteenth Century Studies 12 (1987), p. 251.
 
14.Dirk Joschko: Oswald von Wolkenstein, Eine Monographie, GAG 396 (Göppingen: 1985), Fifteenth Century Studies 12 (1987), p. 239.
 
15.Manfred Kaempfert: Wort und Wortverwendung (Göppingen: 1985), Modern Language Notes 101, (1986), 3, pp. 734-735.
 
16.Hans Unterreitmeier: Tristan als Retter (Perugia: 1984), Tristania 11 (1986/1987), pp. 61-63.
 
17.Caspar Scheidt: Grobianus, ed. R. D. Fay (Stuttgart: 1985), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 24 (1986), p. 248.

18.Sankt Brandan, ed. R. D. Fay (Stuttgart: 1985), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 24 (1986), p. 248-249.

19.Jörn Reichel: Der Spruchdichter Hans Rosenplüt (Stuttgart: 1985), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 24 (1986), p. 249-251.
 
20.C. Stephen Jaeger: The Origins of Courtliness (Philadelphia: 1985), Monatshefte 79 (1987), 2, pp. 248-249.
 
21.Tomas Tomasek: Die Utopie im “Tristan” Gottfrids von Straßburg (Tübingen: 1985), Colloquia Germanica 20 (1987), 2/3, pp. 224-226.
 
22.Ilpo T. Piirainen: Das Stadt- und Bergrecht von Banska Stiavnica/Schemnitz (Oulu: 1985), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 25 (1986), pp. 158-159.
 
23.Elisabeth Feldbusch: Geschriebene Sprache. Untersuchung zu ihrer Herausbildung und Grundlegung einer Theorie (Berlin: 1985), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 25 (1986), pp. 159-161.
 
24.Klaus Robering: Die deutschen Verben des Sehens (Göppingen: 1985), Schatzkammer XIII (1987), 1, pp. 70-71.
 
25.Gegenwart als kulturelles Erbe. Ein Beitrag zur Kulturwissenschaft deutsch-sprachiger Länder, ed. B. Thum (München: 1985), Schatzkammer 13 (1987), 1, pp. 71-72.
 
26.Das Fremde und das Eigene. Prolegomena zu einer interkulturellen Germanistik, ed. A. Wierlacher (München: 1985), Schatzkammer 13 (1987), 1, pp. 73-74.
 
27.Grammatische Studien. Beiträge zur germanistischen Linguistik in Polen, ed. Ryszard Lipczuk, GAG 447 (Göppingen: 1985), Schatzkammer 13 (1987), 1, p. 74.
 
28.Beate Rattay: Entstehung und Rezeption politischer Lyrik im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert, GAG 405 (Göppingen: 1986), Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), p. 232-234.
 
29.Stefan Baumgartner: Reise zum Heiligen Grab 1498 mit Herzog Heinrich dem Frommen von Sachsen, ed. by Th. Kraus, GAG 445 (Göppingen: 1986), Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), p. 227-228.
 
30.K. O. Seidel: Mittelniederdeutsche Handschriften aus Bielefelder Bibliotheken, GAG 453 (Göppingen: 1986), Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), p. 241-242.
 
31.Jahrbuch des Vereins für niederdeutsche Sprachforschung 109 (1986), German Quarterly 60 (1987), 3, pp. 466-468.
 
32.Stephan Speicher: “Vom Rechte”: Ein Kommentar im Rahmen der zeitgenössischen Literaturtradition, GAG 443 (Göppingen: 1986), New German Review 3 (1987), p. 67-68.
 
33.puella bella. Die Beschreibung der schönen Frau in der Minnlyrik des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts. ed. by Rüdiger Krüger, Helfant-Texte 6 (Stuttgart: 1986), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 25 (1986), pp. 161-16.
 
34.Hartmut Schmidt: Wörterbuchprobleme. Untersuchungen zu konzeptionellen Fragen der historischen Lexikographie, (Tübingen: 1986), German Quarterly 61 (1988), 1, pp. 122-123.
 
35.Bernd-Friedemann Schultze: Der Augsburger Meistersinger Onoferus Schwartzenbach, Texte und Untersuchungen, GAG 336 (Göppingen: 1982), Germanistik 28 (1987), 2,/3, p. 482f.
 
36.Sabine Christiane Brinkmann: Die deutschsprachige Pastourelle, 13.-16. Jahrhundert, GAG 307 (Göppingen: 1986), Germanistik 28 (1987), 2/3, p. 429f.
 
37.Edward R. Haymes and Stephanie Cain Van D'Elsten, eds.: The Dark Figure in Medieval German and Germanic Literature, GAG 448 (Göppingen: 1986), Germanistik 28 (1987), 2/3, p. 389f.
 
38.Stephen J. Kaplowitt: The Ennobling Power of Love in the Medieval German Lyric, University of North Carolina Studies in the Germanic Languages and Literatures 106 (Chapel Hill-London: 1986), Germanistik 28 (1987), 2/3, p. 493.
 
39.Gerd Rohrbach: Studien zur Erforschung des mittelhochdeutschen Tageliedes. Ein sozialgeschichtlicher Beitrag, GAG 462 (Göppingen: 1986), Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), p. 235-238.
 
40.Heiner Emonds: Metaphernkommunikation. Zur Theorie des Verstehens von metaphorisch verwendeten Ausdrücken der Sprache, GAG 454 (Göppingen: 1986), Die Schatzkammer 13 (1987), 2, pp. 171-172.
 
41.David Duckworth: Gregorius. A Medieval Man's Discovery of His True Self, GAG 422 (Göppingen: 1985), Leuvense Bijdragen 76 (1987), p. 504-506.
 
42.Rüdiger Krüger: Studien zur Rezeption des sogenannten `Jüngeren Titurels', Helfant Studien (Stuttgart: 1986), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 66-67.

43.puella bella, die Beschreibung der schönen Frau in der Minnelyrik des 12. und 13. Jahrhundert, ed. by Rüdiger Krüger, helfant texte 6 (Stuttgart: 1986), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 64-65.
 
44.Parodie und Polemik in mittelhochdeutscher Dichtung. 123 Texte von Kürenberg bis Frauenlob samt dem Wartburgkrieg nach der Großen Heidelberger Liederhandschrift C, ed. by Günther Schweikle, Helfant Texte 5 (Stuttgart: 1986), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 62-63.
 
45.Hans Schwarz: Präfixbildungen im Deutschen Abrogans. Analyse und Systematik, GAG 458 (Göppingen: 1986), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 25 (1986), pp. 163-164.
 
46.Lambertus Okken: Das goldene Haus und die goldene Laube. Wie die Poesie ihren Herren das Paradies einrichtete, Amsterdamer Publikation zur Sprache und Literatur 72 (Amsterdam: 1987), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 68-69.
 
47.Ryszard Lipczuk: Verbale Tautonyme lateinischer Herkunft in deutsch-polnischer Relation, GAG 457 (Göppingen: 1987), Schatzkammer 13 (1987), 2, p. 162f.
 
48.Claudia Händl: Rollen und pragmatische Einbindung. Analysen zur Wandlung des Minnesangs nach Walther von der Vogelweide, GAG 467 (Göppingen: 1987), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 467-469.
 
49.Wigamur, ed. par Danielle Buschinger, GAG 320 (Göppingen: 1986), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 470-471.
 
50.Ingrid Bennewitz-Behr: Original und Rezeption. Funktions- und überlieferungs- geschichtliche Studien zur Neidhart-Sammlung R, GAG 437 (Göppingen: 1987), German Studies. Literature, Music, Fine Art 22 (1989), 1, pp. 5-7.

51.Liebe in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters, St. Andrews-Colloquium 1985, hg. von J. Ashcroft, D. Huschenbett, W. H. Jackson, (Tübingen: 1987), Monatshefte 80 (1988), 1, 123-125.
 
52.Stephan Kohl: Das englische Spätmittelalter. Kulturelle Normen, Lebenspraxis, Texte, (Tübingen: 1986), Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), p. 222-223.
 
53. Johanna Reisel:Zeitgeschichtliche und theologisch-scholastische Aspekte im ‘Daniel von dem blühenden Tal’ des Stricker., GAG 464 (Göppingen: 1987), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 26 (1987), pp. 187-189.
 
54.Regina Hessky: Phraseologie. Linguistische Grundfragen und kontrastives Modell deutsch-ungarisch, RGL 77 (Tübingen: 1987), Schatzkammer 13 (1987), 2, p. 161-162.
 
55.Hans-Georg Kemper: Deutsche Lyrik der frühen Neuzeit, vol. 1, (Tübingen: 1987), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 26 (1987), pp. 190-191.
 
56.Theodore M. Andersson: A Preface to the Nibelungenlied (Stanford: 1987), German Quarterly 61 (1988), 4, pp. 568-571 (together with the Ehrismann review).
 
57.Otfried Ehrismann: Nibelungenlied. Epos-Werk-Wirkung (Munich: 1987), German Quarterly 61 (1988), 4, pp. 568-571.

58. Die Lieder Oswalds von Wolkenstein. Ed. by K.K. Klein, 3rd ed., (Tübingen: 1987) in: Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), p. 220-222.
 
59.Walther Ludwig: Römische Historie im deutschen Humanismus, (Hamburg: 1987), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 472-474.
 
60.Die faröischen Lieder der Nibelungensage, 3 vols., ed. by Klaus Fuss, (Göppingen: 1985-1987), Germanic Notes 18 (1987), 3/4, p. 59-60.
 
61.Ein schöne Historie von Engelhard aus Burgund. Der “Engelhard” Konrads von Würzburg in Abbildung des Frankfurter Druckes von 1573, hg. von Hans Hugo Steinhoff, Litterae 107 (Göppingen: 1987), Fifteenth-Century Studies XVIII (1991), pp. 407-408.

62.Elke Kleinau: Die freie Frau. Soziale Utopien des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts (Düsseldorf: 1987), German Studies. Literature, Music, Fine Arts 22 (1989), 1, pp. 28-29.
 
63.Jens Jessen: Bibliographie der Autobiograghien, Band 1: Selbstzeugnisse, Erinnerungen, Tagebücher und Briefe deutscher Schriftsteller und Künstler (München-London: 1987), German Studies. Literature, Music, Fine Arts 22 (1989), 1, p. 25.

64.Otfrid Ehrismann: Nibelungenlied. Epoche - Werk - Wirkung (Munich: 1987), German Studies, Section III, Literature, Music, Fine Arts XXI (1988), 2, pp. 165-166.
 
65.Erec by Hartmann von Aue, Translated, with an Introduction and Commentary, by Michael Resler, (Philadelphia: 1987), German Studies Review 11 (1988), 1, p. 141.
 
66.Josef Eßer: Die Schöpfungsgeschichte in der “Althochdeutschen Genesis” (Wiener Genesis V. 1-231), Kommentar und Interpretation, GAG 455 (Göppingen: 1987), Studia Neophilologica 60 (1988), pp. 279-280.
 
67.The Editing of Theological and Philosophical Texts from the Middle Ages, ed.by Monka Asztalos, (Stockholm: 1986), Studia Neophilologica 60 (1988), pp. 263-264.
 
68.Hrotsvit of Gandersheim. Rara avis in Saxonia?, ed. by Katharina M. Wilson, (Ann Arbor: 1987), Seminar 25 (1989), 1, pp. 167-168.
 
69-70.Edith Feistner: Ottes “Eraclius” vor dem Hintergrund der französischen Quelle, GAG 470, (Göppingen: 1987), together with the review of Karin Pratt’s study Karen Pratt: Meister Otte's Eraclius as an Adaptation of Eracle by Gautier d'Arras, GAG 392 (Göppingen: 1987), Studia Neoghilologica 60 (1988), pp. 280- 282. (492-93).

71.Ulrich Seelbach: Kommentar zum “Helmbrecht” von Wernher dem Gartenaere, GAG 469 (Göppingen: 1987), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 475-476. 

72.Perspektiven und Verfahren interkultureller Germanistik, hg. von Alois Wierlacher, Publikationen der Gesellschaft für interkulturelle Germanistik 3 (Munich: 1987), Schatzkammer XIV (1988), 1, pp. 160-161.
 
73.Thomas F. Shannon: Aspects of Complementation and Control in Modern German. The Syntax and Semantics of Permissive Verbs, GAG 424 (Göppingen 1987), Schatzkammer XIV (1988), 1, p. 159-160.
 
74.Wolfgang Hinners: Exil und Rückkehr. Friedrich Kapp in Amerika und Deutschland, 1824-1884, Deutsch-Amerikanische Studien 4 (Stuttgart: 1987), German Studies Review XI (1988), 2, pp. 312-313.
 
75.Christoph Dolmetsch: The German Press in the Shenandoah Valley (Columbia, S.C: 1984), Studia Neophilologica 63 (1991), pp. 248-250.
 
76.Albert E. Gurganus: The Art of Revolution.- Kurt Eisner's Agitprop (Columbia, S.C.: 1986), Studia Neophilologica 63 (1991), pp. 123-124.
 
77.Fritz G. Cohen: The Poetry of Christian Hofmann von Hofmannswaldau: A New Reading (Columbia, S.C.: 1985), Studia Neophilologica 61 (1989), pp. 244-245.
 
78.Ortnit and Wolfdietrich: Two Medieval Romances, translated and with an introduction by J.W. Thomas (Columbia, S.C.: 1985), Studia Neophilologica 60 (1988), p. 282.
 
79.Richard E. Schade: Studies in Early German Comedy 1500-1650 (Columbia, S.C.: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 63 (1991), pp. 121-122.
 
80.Hugo Bekker: Gottfried's Tristan: Journey through the Realm of Eros (Columbia, S.C.: 1987), Studia Neophilologica 61 (1989), pp. 127-128.
 
81.Ingeborg Glier, ed.: Die deutsche Literatur im späten Mittelalter 1250-1370, Geschichte der deutschen Literatur III/2 (Munich 1987), Seminar (1989), pp. 256- 258.
 
82.Hartmann von Aue: Erec, translated by Thomas L. Keller (New York-London 1987), German Studies Review 11 (1988), p. 141.
 
83.Grillparzer's “Der arme Spielmann” New Directions in Criticism, ed. by Clifford Albrecht Bernd (Columbia, S.C.: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 61 (1989), pp. 245- 246.
 
84.Hartmut Bookmann: Die Stadt im späten Mittelalter, 2nd rev. edition (Munich: 1987), Studia Neophilologica 62 (1990), pp. 127-128.
 
85.Aaron J. Gurjewitsch: Mittelalterliche Volkskultur (Munich: 1986), Studia Neophilologica 61 (1989), pp. 121-123.
 
86.Michel Mollat: Die Armen im Mittelalter, 2nd ed. (Munich: 1987), Studia Neophilologica 61 (1989), pp. 123-125.
 
87.Peter Spufford: Handbook of Medieval Exchange, (London: 1986), Synopsis 1 (1988), p. 9-11.
 
88.Norman Scarfe: Suffolk in the Middle Ages (Bury St. Edmonds: 1986), Synopsis 1 (1988), p. 7-8.

89.Thirteenth Century England, ed. by P.R. Coss and S.D. Lloyds (Bury St. Edmonds: 1985/1986), Synopsis 1 (1988), pp. 11-13.

90.Franz Reiner Erkens: Der Erzbischof von Köln und die deutsche Königswahl (Siegburg: 1987), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 96 (1988), 3-4, pp. 462-464.

91. Ulrich Schmidt: Königswahl und Thronfolge im 12. Jahrhundert (Cologne: 1987), in: Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 96 (1988), 3-4, pp. 535-536.

92.Umberto Eco: Art and Beauty in the Middle Ages (New Haven-London: 1986), Germanic Notes 19 (1988), 1/2, p. 26-27.

93.Goethe Yearbook 4, Goethe Society of North America (Columbia, S.C.: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 63 (1991), pp. 122-123.

94.Traude-Maria Nischik: Das volkssprachliche Naturbuch im späten Mittelalter (Tübingen: 1986), Germanic Notes 19 (1988), 1/2, pp. 27-28.

95/96.Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der Literatur, vols. 11 and 12, Germanic Notes 19 (1988), 1/2, pp. 28-29.

97.Hubert Heinen and Ingeborg Henderson, eds.: Genres in Medieval German Literature, GAG 439 (Göppingen: 1987), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 38-40.

98. Wolfgang Niehüser: Redecharakterisierende Adverbien, GAG 482 (Göppingen: 1988), Schatzkammer XIV (1988), 2, p. 215-216.

99.Peter Dinzelbacher/Hans-Dieter Mück, eds.: Volkskultur des europäischen Spätmittelalters (Stuttgart: 1987), Studia Neophilologica 61 (1989), pp. 125-126.

100.Wernfried Hofmeister: Die steirischen Minnesinger, Edition, Übersetzung, Kommentar, GAG 472 (Göppingen: 1988), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), pp. 477- 478.

101.Goswin Spreckelmeyer: Mittellateinische Kreuzzugslieder. Texte und Melodien, GAG 216 (Göppingen: 1988), Leuvense Bijdragen 77 (1988), p. 479.

102.Das ritterliche Basel. Zum 700. Todestag Konrads von Würzburgs (Basel: 1987), Studia Neophilologica 61 (1989), pp. 240-242.

103.Hellmut Rosenfeld: Ausgewählte Aufsätze. Festgabe zum 80. Geburtstag, GAG 473 (Göppingen: 1988), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 27 (1988), p. 161-162.

104.Berndt Volkmann: Owe war sint verswunden. Die “Elegie” Walthers von der Vogelweide, GAG 474 (Göppingen: 1988), Germanic Notes 19 (1988), 3, pp. 45-46.

105.Regesten Kaiser Friedrichs III. (1440-1493). Die Urkunden und Briefe aus dem Stadtarchiv Frankfurt am Main, bearbeitet von P.-J. Heinig (Vienna-Cologne-Graz: 1986), Mitteilungen des Instituts für österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 1-2, pp. 182-184.
106.Peter Spufford: Handbook of Medieval Exchange (London: 1986), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 1-2, p. 142- 144.

107.Peter Blastenbrei: Die Sforza und ihr Heer (Heidelberg: 1987), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 1-2, pp. 184-185.

108.Alan Frank Keele: Understanding Günther Grass (Columbia, S.C.: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 63 (1991), pp. 124-125.

109.Hartmut Kugler: Die Vorstellung von der Stadt in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters, MTU 88 (Munich: 1986),in: Speculum 64 (1989), 4, pp. 990-993.

110.James Brundage: Law, Sex, and Christian Society in Medieval Europe (Chicago-London: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 1, pp. 13-14.

111.Tristan et Iseut. Mythe européen et mondiale, publié par Danielle Buschinger, GAG 474 (Göppingen: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 113-116.

112.Jens Jessen: Bibliographie der Autobiographien, vol. 2 (London-New York-Paris: 1987), German Studies. Literature, Music, Fine Arts XXIII (1990), 1, pp. 20-21.

113.German Fiction Writers 1885-1913, ed. by James Hardin, Dictionary of Literary Biography 66, 2 vols. (Detroit, Michigan: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 63 (1991), 246-247.

114.Heldenbuch, vol. II: Kommentarband, bearbeitet von Joachim Heinzle, Litterae 75/II (Göppingen: 1987), Germanic Notes 19 (1988), 1/2, pp. 29-30.

115.Hermann von Sachsenheim: Des Spiegels Abenteuer, ed. by Thomas Kerth, GAG 451 (Göppingen: 1986), Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), pp. 218-219.

116.Die mittelalterlichen Neidhart-Spiele, in Abbildungen der Handschriften hg. von John Margetts, Litterae 73 (Göppingen: 1986), Fifteenth-Century Studies 14 (1988), p. 228-229.

117.Literatur und Kosmos. Innen- und Außenwelten in der deutschen Literatur des 15. bis 17. Jahrhunderts, hg. von Gerhild Scholz Williams und Lynne Tatlock. Daphnis 15 (1986), 2/3 (Amsterdam: 1986), Seminar 26 (1990), 1, pp. 71-74.

118.Werner Besch: Die Entstehung der deutschen Schriftsprache (Opladen: 1987), German Studies, Section III XXII (1989), 2, pp. 134-136.

119.Women in Medieval History and Historiography, ed. by Susan Mosher Stuard (Philadelphia: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 137-140.

120.Gianni Granzotto: Christopher Columbus (Norman, Oklahoma-London: 1987), Fifteenth-Century Studies 15 (1989), pp. 330-333.

121.Contemporary German Fiction Writers First Series. Ed. by Wolfgang D. Elfe and James Hardin (Detroit: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 63 (1991), pp. 246-247.

122.Lambertus Okken, Hans Dieter Mück: Die satirischen Lieder Oswalds von Wolkenstein wider die Bauern. GAG 316 (Göppingen: 1981), Germanistik 29 (1988), 4, p. 904-905.

123.Herbert Walz: Deutsche Literatur der Reformationszeit. Eine Einführung. (Darmstadt: 1988), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 28 (1989), pp. 124-125.

124.Hermen Botes Radbuch. Hg. von Werner Wunderlich. GAG 105 (Göppingen: 1985), Germanic Notes 21 (1990), 1-2, p. 40.

125.Gottfried von Strassburg: Tristan and Isolde. Ed. and rev. by Francis G. Gentry, Foreword by C.Stephen Jaeger. The German Library 3 (New York: 1988), Colloquia Germanica 22 (1989), 3/4, pp. 308-310.
                                            
126.Winder McConnell: The Epic of Kudrun. A Critical Commentary. GAG (Göppingen: 1988), German Studies Review 12 (1989), 1, p. 159-160.

127.J.G. Quak-Stoilova: Bild und Translat. Über einige Möglichkeiten der Übersetzung von Bildlichkeit (Amsterdam: 1984), Leuvense Bijdragen 78 (1989), pp. 235-236.

128.Christian Gizewski: Zur Normativität und Struktur der Verfassungsverhältnisse in der späteren römischen Kaiserzeit. Münchener Beiträge zur Papyrusforschung und antiken Rechtsgeschichte 81 (München: 1988), Leuvense Bijdragen 78 (1989), pp. 244-245.

129.Heinz Mettke: Altdeutsche Texte (Leipzig: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 1-3.

130.Erwin Arndt/Gisela Brandt: Luther und die deutsche Sprache. Wie redet der Deudsche man jnn solchem fall?. (Leipzig: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 6-7.

131.Barbara Becker-Cantarino: Der lange Weg zur Mündigkeit. Frau und Literatur (1500-1800). (Stuttgart: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 11-14.

132.Paul Piper: Die geistliche Dichtung des Mittelalters. Reprint of the 1888 ed. (Zürich: 1986), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 38-39.

133.Kurt Böttcher et al.: Lexikon deutschsprachiger Schriftsteller. Von den Anfängen bis zum Ausgang des 19. Jahrhunderts. (Leipzig: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 4, pp. 58-59.

134.Vladimir P. Goss and Christine Verzár Bornstein, eds.: The Meeting of Two Worlds. Cultural Exchange between East and West during the Period of the Crusades. (Kalamazoo, MI: 1986), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 4, pp. 67-69.

135.Die Ritteridee in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters, ed. by Jörg Arentzen and Uwe Ruberg. (Darmstadt: 1987), German Quarterly 62 (1989), 2, pp. 252-253.

136.Essen und Trinken in Mittelalter und Neuzeit, hg. von I. Bitsch, T. Ehlert und Xenja von Ertzdorff. (Sigmaringen: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 1, pp. 12- 13.

137.A History of Private Life, I. From Pagan Rome to Byzantium, ed. by Paul Veyne, from the French by A. Goldhammer (Cambridge, Ma.-London: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 2/3, pp. 39-40.

138.A History of Private Life, II. Revelations of the Medieval World, ed. by Georges Duby, transl. from the French by A. Goldhammer (Cambridge, Ma.-London: 1988), Germanic Notes.

139.C.D. M. Cossar: The German Translation of Niccolò Poggibonsi's “Libro d'oltramare”, GAG 452 (Göppingen: 1985), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 40-41.

140.Ulrich von Liechtenstein: Frauendienst, hg. von Franz Viktor Spechtler, GAG 485 (Göppingen: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 4, p. 62. 

141.The Female Autograph. Theory and Practice of Autobiography from the Tenth to the Twentieth Century, ed. by Domna C. Stanton (Chicago-London: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 1, pp. 14-15.

142.Martha C. Howell: Women, Production, and Patriarchy in Late Medieval Cities (Chicago-London: 1986/88), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 2/3, pp. 42-43.

143.Wilhelm Perpeet: Das Kunstschöne. Sein Ursprung in der italienischen Renaissance, Orbis Academicus, 7 (Munich: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 2/3, pp. 44-45.

144.Semper idem et novus. Festschrift für Frank Banta. Edited by Francis G. Gentry (Göppingen: 1988), German Studies Review 12 (1989), 3, pp. 512-513.

145.Roland Richter: Wie Walther von der Vogelweide ein “Sänger des Reiches” wurde, GAG 484 (Göppingen: 1988), German Studies Review 12 (1989), 2, p. 353-354. 

146.Festschrift für Paul Klopsch, hg. von U. Kindermann, W. Maaz, F. Wagner, GAG 492 (Göppingen: 1988), Leuvense Bijdragen 78 (1989), pp. 202-203.

147.Norbert Olf: Der Wortschatz Jacob Ayrers, GAG 489 (Göppingen: 1988), Leuvense Bijdragen 78 (1989), p. 160.

148.Barbara Siebert: Rezeption und Produktion. Bezugssysteme in der “Kudrun”, GAG 491 (Göppingen: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 98-100.

149.Maurice Bogaers: Chiastische Strukturen im St. Trudperter Hohen Lied (Amsterdam: 1988), Leuvense Bijdragen 78 (1989), p. 243.

150.Mittelalter-Rezeption III. Gesammelte Vorträge des 3. Salzburger Symposions: 'Mittelalter, Massenmedien, Neue Mythen'. Hg. von J. Kühnel, H.-D. Mück, Ursula Müller, Ulrich Müller (Göppingen: 1988), Fifteenth-Century Studies 15 (1989), pp. 344-346.

151.Michael Dallapiazza: Die Boccaccio-Handschriften in den deutschsprachigen Ländern. Eine Bibliographie (Bamberg: 1988), Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 109 (1990), 3, pp. 477-478.

152.Ulrich von Liechtenstein: Frauendienst, ed. by Franz Viktor Spechtler (Göppingen: 1988), Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 109 (1990), 1, pp. 126-127.

153.Philip Payne: Robert Musil's 'The Man without Qualities'. A Critical Study (Cambridge: 1988), German Quarterly 62 (1989), pp. 541-542.

154.Winder McConnell: The Epic of Kudrun. A Critical Commentary (Göppingen: 1988), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur Älteren Germanistik 28 (1989), pp. 125-127.

155.John A. Burrow: The Ages of Man. A Study in Medieval Writing and Thought (Oxford: 1986), Arbitrium 3 (1989), pp. 278-280.

156.Mentalitäten im Mittelalter. Methodische und inhaltliche Probleme, hg. von F. Graus (Sigmaringen: 1987), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 43-44.

157.Ehrhard Bahr, Hg.: Geschichte der deutschen Literatur. Bd. 1: Vom Mittelalter bis zum Barock, UTB 1463 (Tübingen: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 45-46.

158.Des Minnesangs Frühling, bearbeitet von Hugo Moser und Helmut Tervooren, I. Texte, 38., erneut revidierte Auflage (Stuttgart: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 34-36.

159.The Saga of Thidrek of Bern, transl. by Edward R. Haymes (New York: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 107-108.

160.Wolfram von Eschenbach: Titurel and the Songs, Texts and Transl. with Introduction, Notes and Comments by Marion E. Gibbs and Sidney M. Johnson (New York: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 122-124.

161.Frühneuhochdeutsches Lesebuch. Hg. von Oskar Reichmann und Klaus-Peter Wegera (Tübingen: 1988), in Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 30 (1990), pp. 177-178.

162.Carmina Burana. Texte und Übersetzungen, hg. von Benedikt Konrad Vollmann. Bibliothek des Mittelalters 13 (Frankfurt: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 4, p 61.

163.Friedrich Schiller. Dramen I, hg. von Gerhard Kluge. Bibliothek deutscher Klassiker 29 (Frankfurt: 1988), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 4, pp. 60-61.

164.Glyn S. Burgess: The Lais of Marie de France. Text and Context (Athens, GA.: 1987) in: Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 20-22.

165.Women & Power in the Middle Ages. Ed. by Mary Erler, Maryanne Kowaleski (Athens, GA.-London: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 131-134.

166.Mary B. Campbell: The Witness and the Other World. Exotic European Writing, 400-1600 (Ithaca-London: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 22-26.

167.Biblia Pauperum. A Facsimile and Edition by Avril Henry (Ithaca: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 15-16.

168.König vom Odenwald. Gedichte, ed. and translated by Reinhard Olt (Heidelberg: 1988), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 28 (1989), pp. 127-128.

169.The Viandier of Taillevent. An Edition of all Extant Manuscripts, ed. by Terence Scully (Ottawa: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 112-113.

170.Das Zeitalter des Barock. Texte und Zeugnisse, hg. von Albrecht Schöne, 3. verb. Aufl. (München: 1988), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 44-45.

171.Deutsche Literatur von Frauen. Erster Band. Vom Mittelalter bis zum Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts, hg. von Gisela Brinker-Gabler (München: 1988), Germanic Notes 21 (1990), 1-2, pp. 38-39.

172.Alltag im 16. Jahrhundert. Studien zu Lebensformen in mitteleuropäischen Städten, ed. by A. Kohler and Heinrich Lutz (Vienna: 1987), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 98 (1990), 3-4, pp. 476-478.

173.Guy P. Marchal: Sempach 1386. Von den Anfängen des Territorialstaates Luzern (Basel: 1986),Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 3/4, pp. 484-486.

174.Jürgen Hannig: Consensus Fidelium. Frühfeudale Interpretationen des Verhältnisses von Königtum und Adel am Beispiel des Frankenreiches (Stuttgart: 1982), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 3/4, pp. 468-470.

175.The Study of Chivalry. Resources and Approaches, ed. by Howell Chickering and Thomas H. Seiler (Kalamazoo, MI.: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 109-111.

176.Schöne Frauen - Schöne Männer. Literarische Schönheitsbeschreibungen, ed. Theo Stemmler (Mannheim: 1988), Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 109 (1990), 3, pp. 449-450.

177.L'époque de la Renaissance 1400-1600, premier volume: L'avènement de l'esprit nouveau (1400-1480), publié sous la direction de T. Klaniczay, Eva Kushner, André Stegmann (Budapest: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 69-71.

178.Sandro Sticca: The Planctus Mariae in the Dramatic Tradition of the Middle Ages (Athens, GA.-London: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 102-104.

179.Guillaume de Machaut: “Le Jugement du roy de Behaigne” and “Remede de Fortune”, ed. James I. Wimsatt and William W. Kibler (Athens, GA.-London: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 32-34.

180.Theodore M. Andersson: A Preface to the Nibelungenlied (Stanford, CA.: 1987), German Studies Review 12 (1989), 3, pp. 513-514.

181.Terry Eagleton: Einführung in die Literaturtheorie (Stuttgart: 1988), Studie Neophilologica 63 (1991), pp. 239-241.

182.Ute Frevert: Women in German History. From Bourgeois Emancipation to Sexual Liberation (Oxford/Hamburg/New York: 1988), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 37-38.

183.Siegfried Grosse/Ursula Rautenberg: Die Rezeption mittelalterlicher deutscher Dichtung. Eine Bibliographie ihrer Übersetzungen und Bearbeitungen seit der Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts (Tübingen: 1989), Colloquia Germanica 23 (1990), 1, pp. 64-65.

184.Die deutsche Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zum 20. Jahrhundert. Texte und Zeugnisse, hg. von Walther Killy. Fotomechanischer Nachdruck der Ausg. 1965-1983 (München: 1988), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 2/3, pp. 40-42.

185.Giovanni Boccaccio: Amorosa Visione. Bilingual Edition, transl. by R. Hollander et al. (Hanover-London: 1986), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 17-18.

186.John G. Weiger: In the Margins of Cervantes (Hanover, NH.: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 126-128.

187.Charles Dahlberg: The Literature of Unlikeness (Hanover, NH.: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 26-29.

188.Romance. Generic Transformation from Chrétien de Troyes to Cervantes, ed. and with an Introduction by Kevin Brownlee and Marina Scordilis Brownlee (Hanover, NH.: 1985), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 94-96.

189.Jürgen Förster/Eva Neuland/Gerhard Rupp, eds.: Wozu noch Germanistik? Wissenschaft, Beruf, kulturelle Praxis (Stuttgart: 1989), Germanic Studies Review XIII (1990), 3, pp. 520-522.

190.Franz-Josef Verscharen: Gesellschaft und Verfassung der Stadt Marburg beim Übergang vom Mittelalter zur Neuzeit (Marburg: 1985),Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 3/4, pp. 492-494.

191.Teta E. Moehs: The Gospel of Jesus Christ According to Mistress Ava (New York: 1986), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 3/4, pp. 521-523.

192.Über Bürger, Stadt und städtische Literatur im Spätmittelalter, hg. von J. Fleckenstein und Karl Stackmann (Göttingen: 1980), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 97 (1989), 3/4, pp. 482-484.

193.New Images of Medieval Women. Essays towards a Cultural Anthropology, ed. by Edelgard DuBruck (Lewistown: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 83-86.

194.Rainer Maria Rilke: The Sonnets to Orpheus, Translated by Leslie Norris and Alan Keele (Columbia, SC: 1989), German Studies Review 13 (1990), 2, pp. 341-342.

195.Heinrich Wittenwiler: “Der Ring”, hg., übersetzt und kommentiert von Bernd Sowinski (Stuttgart: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 129-130.

196.Die altenglische Judith. Eine Ausgabe für den akademischen Unterricht, hg., ins Deutsche übersetzt und kommentiert von Josef Klegraf (Stuttgart: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 29-30.

197.Poetae Minores. Weniger bekannte Dichter der Großen Heidelberger Liederhandschrift, hg. und übersetzt von Joachim Kuolt (Stuttgart: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), p. 93.

198.Marquard vom Stein: Der Ritter vom Turn, kritisch hg. von Ruth Harvey (Berlin: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 117-118.

199.Ist zwîvel herzen nâchgebûr. Günther Schweikle zum 60. Geburtstag, hg. von Rüdiger Krüger, Jürgen Kühnel, Joachim Kuolt (Stuttgart: 1989), German Studies Review 13 (1990), 2, pp. 344-345.

200.Burghart Wachinger: Der Mönch von Salzburg. Zur Überlieferung geistlicher Lieder im späten Mittelalter (Tübingen: 1989), Fifteenth-Century Studies 16 (1990), pp. 328-330.

201. L’espositione di Bernardino Daniello da Lucca sopra la Comedia di Dante. Ed. by Robert Hollander & Jeffrey Schnapp with Kevin Brownlee & Nancy Vicers (Hanover-London: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 71-72.

202. Heinrich von dem Türlin: The Crown. A Tale of Sir Gawain and King Arthur's Court. Translated and with an Introduction by J.W. Thomas (Lincoln, NE,-London: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 118-119.

203. Johnston, Otto W.: The Myth of a Nation - Literature and Politics in Prussia under Napoleon. (Columbia, SC: 1989), German Studies Review 13 (1990) 2, pp. 322-324.

204. August Lübben: Mittelniederdeutsches Wörterbuch. Rpt. of the 1888 ed. (Darmstadt: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 79-80.

205. Mittelalterliche Visionsliteratur. Eine Anthologie. Ed. and transl. by Peter Dinzelbacher (Darmstadt: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 80-82.

206. Xenja von Ertzdorff: Romane und Novellen des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland. (Darmstadt: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 120-122.

207. Barbara Haupt, Hg.: Zum mittelalterlichen Literaturbegriff. (Darmstadt: 1985), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 61-62.

208. Lambertus Okken: Kommentar zum Tristan-Roman Gottfrieds von Strassburg. 3. Bd.: Nachlese (Amsterdam: 1988), Leuvense Bijdragen 78 (1989), pp. 336-337.

209. Geistliche und weltliche Epik des Mittelalters in Österreich. Hg. von David McLintock, Adrian Stevens, Fred Wagner, GAG 446 (Göppingen: 1987), Germanic Notes 20 (1989), 2/3, pp. 46-47.

210. Women and Work in Preindustrial Europe. Ed. by Barbara A. Hanawalt (Bloomington: 1986), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 134-136.

211. Götz Müller: Gegenwelten. Die Utopie in der deutschen Literatur (Stuttgart: 1989), German Studies Review 13 (1990), 2, pp. 307-308.

212. Harald Haferland: Höfische Interaktion. Interpretationen zur höfischen Epik und Didaktik um 1200 (München: 1988), Germanic Notes 21 (1990), 1-2, pp. 35-36.

213. Kathryn Gravdal: Vilain and Courtois. Transgressive Parody in French Literature of the Twelth and Thirteenth Centuries (Lincoln-London: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 50-52.

214. Kevin Brownlee and Walter Stephens, eds.: Discourses of Authority in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (Hanover-London: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 18-20.

215. Wilhelm Baum: Sigmund der Münzreiche. Zur Geschichte Tirols und der habsburgischen Länder im Spätmittelalter (Bozen: 1987), Fifteenth-Century Studies 16 (1990), pp. 256-258.

216. James F. Poag/Thomas C. Fox, eds.: Entzauberung der Welt. Deutsche Literatur 1200-1500 (Tübingen: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 89-92.

217.Walter Stephens: Giants in those Days. Folklore, Ancient History, and Nationalism (Lincoln, Nebraska,-London: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 100-102.

218.Idee - Gestalt - Geschichte. Festschrift Klaus von See, ed. G. W. Weber (Odense: 1988), Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 226, 141st yearly volume (1989), 2, pp. 400-401.

219.Eckehard Simon: The Türkenkalender (1454). Attributed to Gutenberg and the Strasbourg Lunation Tracts (Cambridge, Mss.: 1988), Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 226, 141st yearly volume (1989), pp. 398-399.

220.Hanna-Barbara Gerl: Einführung in die Philosophie der Renaissance (Darmstadt: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 42-44.

221.Helmut Arntzen: Satire in der deutschen Literatur. Geschichte und Theorie. Bd. 1 (Darmstadt: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 8-10.

222.Alois M. Haas: Todesbilder im Mittelalter. Fakten und Hinweise in der deutschen Literatur (Darmstadt: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 52-54.

223.Hermann Gelhaus: Der Streit um Luthers Bibelverdeutschung im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert (Tübingen: 1989), Journal of English and Germanic Philology 89 (1990), 3, pp. 353-355.

224.Psychologie in der Mediävistik. Gesammelte Beiträge des Steinheimer Symposions. Hg. von J. Kühnel, H.-D. Mück, U. Müller, U. Müller (Göppingen: 1985), Fifteenth-Century Studies 16 (1990), pp. 291-294.

225.Werner Schröder: Wolfram von Eschenbach. I. Spuren und Werke (Stuttgart: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 96-98.

226.Ursula Katzenmeier: Das Schachspiel des Mittelalters als Struktu-rierungsprinzip der Erec-Romane, Amsterdamer Beiträge der älteren Germanistik 30 (1990), pp. 170- 173.

227.John A. McCarthy: Crossing Boundaries. A Theory and History of Essay Writing in German, 1680-1815 (Philadelphia: 1989), Archiv für neuere Sprachen und Literaturen 227 (1990), 2, pp. 344-345.

228.Hans Biedermann: Knaurs Lexikon der Symbole (Munich: 1989), German Studies. Literature, Music, Fine Arts XXIII (1990), 2, pp. 187-188.

229.Konrad von Heimesfurt: “Unser vrouwen Hinvart” und “Diu urstende”, hg. von K. Gärtner und W. J. Hoffmann. ATB, 99 (Tübingen: 1989), Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 110, 1 (1991), pp. 147-148.

230.Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini (Pius II) and Niklas von Wyle: The Tale of Two Lovers. Eurialus and Lucretia. Ed. with Introduction, Notes and Glossary by Eric John Morrall (Amsterdam: 1988), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 30 (1990), pp. 178-180.

231.Alfred Behrmann: Einführung in den neueren deutschen Vers. Von Luther bis zur Gegenwart. Eine Vorlesung (Stuttgart: 1989), German Studies Review 13 (1990), 2, pp. 309-310.

232.Karin Baumann: Aberglaube für Laien. Zur Programmatik und Überlieferung mittelalterlicher Superstitionskritik, 2 vols. (Würzburg: 1989), Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 227 (1990), 2, pp. 337-340.

233.Frühneuhochdeutsches Lesebuch, hg. O. Reichmann und K.-P. Wegera (Tübingen: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 39-42.

234.Frédéric Hartweg/Klaus-Peter Wegera: Frühneuhochdeutsch. Eine Einführung in die deutsche Sprache des Spätmittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit (Tübingen: 1988), to appear in: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik.

235.Hartmut Kugler: Die Vorstellung der Stadt in der Literatur des deutschen Mittelalters (Munich-Zürich: 1986), Leuvense Bijdragen 79 (1990), pp. 324-326.

236.André Kaminski: Schalom allerseits. Tagebuch einer Deutschlandsreise (Frankfurt: 1987), Germanic Notes 21 (1990), 1-2, pp. 36-38.

237.André Kaminski: Kiebitz (Frankfurt a. M.: 1988), Germanic Notes 21 (1990), 1- 2, pp. 36-38.

238.Ronald Pepin: Literature of Satire in the Twelfth Century. A Neglected Mediaeval Genre, Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 86-88.

239.Peter Czerwinski: Der Glanz der Abstraktion. Frühe Formen von Reflexivität im Mittelalter (Frankfurt-New York: 1989), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 30 (1990), pp. 172-177.

240.Götz Müller: Gegenwelten. Die Utopie in der deutschen Literatur (Stuttgart: 1989), Literature, Music, Fine Arts. German Studies XXIV (1991), 1/2, pp. 28-29.

241.Germanische Rest- und Trümmersprachen, ed. Heinrich Beck (Berlin-New York: 1989), German Studies XXIV (1991), 1/2, pp. 5-7.

242.Women in Reformation and Counter-Reformation Europe. Private and Public Worlds, ed. by Sherrin Marshall (Bloomington-Indianapolis: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 141-144.

243.Martina Wagner-Egelhaaf: Mystik der Moderne. Die visionäre Ästhetik der deutschen Literatur im 20. Jahrhundert (Stuttgart: 1989), German Quarterly 64, 4 (1991), pp. 567-569.

244.William D. Paden, ed.: The Voice of the Trobairitz. Perspectives on the Women Troubadours (Philadelphia: 1989), Mediaevistik 2 (1989), pp. 339-341.

245.Beasts and Birds of the Middle Ages. The Bestiary and Its Legacy. Ed. by W. B. Clard and M. T. McMunn (Philadelphia: 1989), Mediaevistik 2 (1989), pp. 295-298.

246.Mary F. Wack: Lovesickness in the Middle Ages. The “Viaticum” and Its Commentaries (Philadelphia: 1990), Mediaevistik 2 (1989), pp. 333-336.

247.Kathryn Gravdal: Vilain and Courtois. Trangressive Parody in French Literature of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries (Lincoln-London: 1989), Mediaevistik 2 (1989), pp.336-339.

248.Rostocker Liederbuch. Niederdeutsche Handschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts, neu hg. von F. Ranke und J.M. Müller-Blattau (Halle/S.: 1927, Reprint Leipzig: 1987), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 75-77.

249.Three Medieval Views of Women. La Contenance des Fames, Le Bien des Fames, Le Blasme des Fames, transl. and ed. by G.K. Fiero, W. Pfeffer, M. Allain (New Haven-London: 1989), Mediaevistik 2 (1989), pp. 384-386.

250.Gabriele Raudszus: Die Zeichenstruktur der Kleidung. Untersuchungen zur Symbolik des Gewandes in der deutschen Epik des Mittelalters (Hildesheim: 1985), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 36-37.
251.Codex Manesse. Die Miniaturen der Großen Heidelberger Liederhandschrift, ed. I. F. Walther (Frankfurt a. M.: 1988/89), Germanic Notes 22, 3/4 (1991), pp. 76-77.

252.Gedichte von Hildegard von Bingen bis Ingeborg Bachmann, ed. E. Borchers (Frankfurt a. M.: 1987/88), Germanic Notes 22, 1-2 (1991), pp. 38-39.

253.Briefe von Lieselotte von der Pfalz bis Rosa Luxemburg, ed. C. Schmölders (Frankfurt a. M.: 1987/89), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 35-36.

254.Ulrike Lehmann-Langholz: Kleiderkritik in mittelalterlicher Dichtung (Frankfurt a. M.-Bern-New York: 1985), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 42-43.

255.Georg Weerth: Sämtliche Briefe, ed. J.-W. Goette (Frankfurt a. M.-New York: 1989), Germanic Notes 22, 1-2 (1991), pp. 41-42.

256.Urban Küster: Der verschlossene Garten. Volkssprachliche Hohelied-Auslegung und monastische Lebensform im 12. Jahrhundert (Düsseldorf: 1985), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 41-42.

257.The Broadview Book of Medieval Anecdotes. Compiled by Richard Kay (Peterborough, Canada: 1988), Synopsis 2 (1989/1989), pp. 63-64.

258.Lars Huldén: The Chain of Dance. Selected Poems. Transl. and with an Introd. by George C. Schoolfield (Columbus, S.C.: 1991), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), p. 29.

259.Hans Rosenplüt: Reimpaarsprüche und Lieder, Hg. von Jörn Reichel (Tübingen: 1990), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 34 (1991), 170-171.

260.Thomas Mann's Doctor Faustus. A Novel at the Margin of Modernism. Ed. by Herbert Lehnert and Peter C. Pfeiffer (Columbia, SC: 1991), Germanic Notes 22, 3/4 (1991), pp. 84-86.

261.Richard van Dülmen: Kultur und Alltag in der frühen Neuzeit. Das Haus und seine Menschen (München: 1990), German Studies Review XIV, 3 (1991), pp. 611-613.

262.Willy Hasty: Adventure as Social Performance. A Study of the German Court Epic (Tübingen: 1989), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 34 (1991), pp. 164-166.

263.Goethe's Wilhelm Meister's Travels. Translation of the First Edition by Thomas Carlyle, with an Introduction by James Hardin (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), Germanic Notes 22, 1-2 (1991), pp. 39-40.

264.Goethe Yearbook 5. Publications of the Goethe Society of North America. Ed. by Thomas P. Saine (Columbia, SC.: 1990), German Studies Review 14 (1991), 1, pp. 157-159.

265.Theodor Nolte: Lauda post mortem. Die deutschen und niederländischen Ehrenreden des Mittelalters (Frankfurt a.M.-Bern: 1983), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 33 (1991), pp. 245-247.
266-268.Dieter Kartschoke/Joachim Bumke/Thomas Cramer: Geschichte der deutschen Literatur im Mittelalter, 3 vols. (Munich: 1990), German Studies Review 14 (1991), 1 pp. 146-147.

269.Etymologisches Wörterbuch des Deutschen, erarbeitet von einem Autorenkollektiv...unter der Leitung von Wolfgang Pfeifer, 3 vols. (Berlin: 1989); Friedrich Kluge: Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache. 22. Aufl. unter Mithilfe von M. Bürgisser und B. Gregor völlig neu bearb. von E. Seebold (Berlin- New York: 1989), German Studies Review XIII (1990), 3, pp. 518-520.

270.Proceedings of the Patristic, Mediaeval and Renaissance Conference. Augustinian Historical Institute. Villanova University. Ed. Philip Pulsiano (Villanova, PA: 1989), Fifteenth-Century Studies XVIII (1991), pp. 401-404.

271.Gattungsinnovation und Motivstruktur. Bericht über Kolloquien der Kommission für literaturwissenschaftiche Motiv- und Themenforschung 1986-1989, Teil I, hg. von Theodor Wolpers (Göttingen: 1989), Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 228, 143/1 (1991), pp. 99-100.

272.Albrecht Juergens, 'Wilhelm von Österreich'. Johanns von Würzburg 'Historia Poetica (Frankfurt a. M.-Bern-New York-Paris: 1990), in: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 33 (1991), pp. 248-250.

273.The Strassburg Alexander and the Munich Oswald. Pre-Courtly Adventure of the German Middle Ages. Transl. and with an Introduction by J.W. Thomas (Columbia, S.C.: 1989), German Studies Review 13 (1990), 2, pp. 315-316.

274.Clifton D. Hall: A Complete Concordance to Wolfram von Eschenbach's “Parzival” (New York-London: 1990), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 55-56.

275.Wolfgang Spiewok: Mittelalter-Studien II. Hg. von D. Buschinger (Göppingen: 1989), Fifteenth-Century Studies XVIII (1991), pp. 364-366.

276. Oswald von Wolkenstein. Sämtliche Lieder und Gedichte. Ins Neuhochdeutsche übersetzt von Wernfried Hofmeister (Göppingen: 1989), Fifteenth-Century Studies XVIII (1991), pp. 379-381.

277.Christoph Gruchot: Heinrich Wittenwilers “Ring”. Konzeption und Konstruktion eines Lehrbuches (Göppingen: 1988), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 33-35.

278.Friedrich Kluge: Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache. 22. Aufl. unter Mithilfe von M. Bürgisser und Bernd Gregor völlig neu bearbeitet von Elmar Seebold (Berlin-New York: 1989), Germanic Notes 23, 1 (1992), pp. 29-30.

279.An Introduction to the Medieval Mystics of Europe, ed. by Paul Szarmach (Albany: 1984), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 3-5.

280.Victoria Lincoln: Teresa: A Woman. A Biography of Teresa of Avila. Ed. with Introductions by Elias Rivers and Antonio T. de Nicolás (Albany: 1984), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 77-78.

281.Will Hasty: Adventure as Social Performance. A Study of the German Court Epic (Tübingen: 1990), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 56-60.

282.Wolfgang Haubrichs: Von den Anfängen zum hohen Mittelalter. Geschichte der deutschen Literatur von den Anfängen bis zum Beginn der Neuzeit, I/1 (Frankfurt a. M.: 1988), German Studies Review 14, (1991), 1, pp. 140-141.

283.Richard Berleth: The Orphan Stone. The Minnesinger Dream of Reich (New York-Westport, CT,-London: 1990), German Studies Review 14, (1991), 1, pp. 143-146.

284.Peter Göhler: Nibelungenlied. Erzählweise, Figuren, Weltanschauung, literaturgeschichtliches Umfeld (Berlin: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 47-50.

285.Das Tristan-Epos Gottfrieds von Straßburg. Mit der Fortsetzung des Ulrich von Türheim, hg. von Wolfgang Spiewok (Berlin: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 30-32.

286.Sulamith Sparre: Todessehnsucht und Erlösung. “Tristan” und “Armer Heinrich” in der deutschen Literatur um 1900 (Göppingen: 1988), Germanistik 31, 4 (1990), pp. 951-952.

287.Beate Rattay: Entstehung und Rezeption politischer Lyrik im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert. Die Lieder im Chronicon Helveticum von Aegidius Tschudi (Göppingen: 1986), Germanistik 31 (1990), 3, p. 621.

288.Goethe's Letters to Frau von Stein 1776-1789. Ed. and transl. by Robert M. Browning (Columbia, S.C.: 1990), German Studies Review 14 (1991), 1, pp. 153-155.

289.Höfische Repräsentation. Das Zeremoniell und die Zeichen. Hg. von Hedda Ragotzky und Horst Wenzel (Tübingen: 1990), in: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 34 (1991), 166-169.

290.Peter Dinzelbacher, Hg.: Wörterbuch der Mystik (Stuttgart: 1989), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 34 (1991), pp. 169-170.

291.Jean Paul Friedrich Richter: Army Chaplain Schmelze's Journey to Flaetz and Life of Quintus Fixlein. Transl. by Thomas Carlyle. Introduction by Wulf Koepke (Columbia, SC: 1991), German Studies Review XIV, 3 (1991), pp. 619-620.

292.Aufklärung im Mittelalter? Die Verurteilung von 1277. Das Dokument des Bischofs von Paris übersetzt und erklärt von Kurt Flasche (Mainz: 1989), German Studies Review XV, 1 (1992), pp. 115-117.

293.Don LePan: The Cognitive Revolution in Western Culture. Vol. I: The Birth of Expectations (Houndmills-Basingstoke-London: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), 2, pp. 66-68.

294.Lexikon der Renaissance. Hg. von Günter Gurst, Siegfried Hoyer, Ernst Ullmann und Christa Zimmermann (Leizpig: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 73-74.

295.Gottfried Willems: Anschaulichkeit. Zu Theorie und Geschichte der Wort-Bild-Beziehungen und des literarischen Darstellungsstils (Tübingen: 1989), Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 227 (1990), 2, pp. 340-343.

296.Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski: Not of Woman Born. Representations of Caesarean Birth in Medieval and Renaissance Culture (Ithaca-London: 1990), Mediaevistik 2 (1989), pp. 345-347.

297.The Arthurian Encyclopedia, ed. Norris J. Lacy (New York-London: 1986), Mediaevistik 2 (1989), pp. 273-275.

298.Ute Mennecke-Haustein: Luthers Trostbriefe (Heidelberg: 1989), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 33 (1991), pp. 247-248.

299.Jens Haustein: Der Helden Buch. Zur Erforschung deutscher Dietrichepik im 18. und frühen 19. Jahrhundert (Tübingen: 1989), Seminar 27: 2 (1991), pp. 170-172.

300.William Kerrigan & Gordon Braden: The Idea of the Renaissance (Baltimore-London: 1989), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 64-66.

301.Die deutsche und lateinische Fabel in der Frühen Neuzeit, 2 vols., ed. Adalbert Elschenbroich (Tübingen: 1990), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 36-38.

302.Peter Strohschneider: Ritterromantische Versepik im ausgehenden Mittelalter (Frankfurt a. M.-Bern-New York: 1986), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 104-107.

303.Katharina Wallmann: Minnebedingtes Schweigen in Minnesang, Lied und Minnerede des 12. bis 16. Jahrhunderts (Frankfurt a. M.-Bern-New York: 1985), Synopsis 2 (1989/1990), pp. 124-126.

304.Winfried Frey, Der Eraclius des Otte. Übersetzt, mit Einführungen, Erläuterungen und Anmerkungen versehen von W.F. (Kettwig: 1990), German Studies Review XIV, 2 (1991), pp. 375-376.

305.Fernand Braudel: Sozialgeschichte des 15.-18. Jahrhunderts. Übersetzung aus dem Französischen. Originalausgabe 1979 (München: Kindler, 1990), German Studies Review 15, 1 (1992), pp. 112-114.

306.Change in Language and Literature. Proceedings of the 16th Congress of FILLM, ed. M. Szabolscsi, J. Kovács, M. Gulyás (Budapest: 1986), Archiv für neuere Sprachen und Literaturen 227/142 (1990), 1, pp. 150-152.

307.Werner Hupka: Wort und Bild. Die Illustrationen in Wörterbüchern und Enzyklopädien (Tübingen: 1989), Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 227/142 (1990), 1, pp. 152-154.
308.Huntington Library. Guide to Literary Manuscripts (1979), Guide to American Historical Manuscripts (1979), Guide to British Historical Manuscripts (1982), Guide to Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts (1989), Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 110 (1991), 3, pp. 467-470.

309.Teaching the Middle Ages. Eds. R. Graybill, J. Hallawas, J. Hample, R. Kindrick, R. Lovell (Warrensburg, Missouri: Vol. I: 1982; Vol. II: 1985; Vol. III: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 283-284.

310.Thomas Bein: Textkritik. Eine Einführung in Grundlagen der Edition altdeutscher Dichtung (Göppingen: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 285-286.

311.Le livre au moyen âge, sous la direction de Jean Glenisson (Turnhout, Belgium: 1988), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 286-287.

312.Hermeneutics and Medieval Culture, ed. by P.J. Gallacher and H. Damico (Albany, NY: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 298-301.

313.On the Medieval Theory of Signs, ed. by Umberto Eco and Costantino Marmo (Amsterdam-Philadelphia: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990, pp. 301-303.

314.Exemplum et Similitudo. Alexander the Great and other Heroes as Points of Reference in Medieval Literature, ed. by W.J. Aerts & M. Gosman (Groningen: 1988), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 314-316.

315.Encyclopedia of Early Christianity. Eds. Everett Ferguson, M. P. McHugh, F. W. Norris (New York-London: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 333-334.

316.Carolyn Poling Schriber: The Dilemma of Arnulf of Lisieux. New Ideals versus Old Ideals (Bloomington-Indianapolis: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), 351-352.

317.Aleya Khattab: Das Bild der Franken in der arabischen Literatur des Mittelalters (Göppingen: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 360-361.

318.Emanuel J. Mickel: Ganelon, Treason, and the “Chanson de Roland” (University Park-London: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 362-365.

319.The Complete Romances of Chrétien de Troyes, transl. with an Introduction by David Staines (Bloomington-Indianapolis: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 365-366.

320.Clifton D. Hall: A Complete Concordance to Wolfram von Eschenbach's “Parzival” (New York-London: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 366-367.

321.Walther von der Vogelweide. Hamburger Kolloquium 1988 zum 65. Geburtstag von Karl-Heinz Borck. Hg. von J.-D. Müller und F.J. Worstbrock (Stuttgart: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 367-370.

322.Heike Sievert: Studien zur Liebeslyrik Walthers von der Vogelweide (Göppingen: 1990), Medieaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 370-371.

323.Hubert Heinen, Hg.: Mutabilität im Minnesang (Göppingen: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 371-373.

324.Konrad von Würzburg: Engelhard. Nach dem Text von Ingo Reiffenstein ins Neuhochdeutsche übertragen, mit einem Stellenkommentar und einem Nachwort von Klaus Jörg Schmitz (Göppingen: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 373-375.

325.Gabriele L. Strauch: Dukus Horant: Wanderer zwischen zwei Welten (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 375-377.

326.Peter Meister: The Healing Female in the German Courtly Romance (Göppingen: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 377-379.

327.Fasciculus Morum. A Fourteenth-Century Preacher's Handbook. Edition and Translation by Siegfried Wenzel (University Park-London: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 393-394.

328.Ketzer, Zauberer, Hexen. Die Anfänge der europäischen Hexenverfolgungen. Hg. von Andreas Blauert (Frankfurt a.M.: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 396-398.

329.Otto Neudeck: Continuum historiale. Zur Synthese von tradierter Geschichtsauffassung im 'Reinfried von Braunschweig' (Frankfurt a. M.-Bern-New York-Paris: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 401-403.

330.Johannes Hadlaub. Dokumente zur Wirkungsgeschichte, ed. by Max Schiendorfer (Göppingen: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 404-406.

331.Albrecht Juergens: 'Wilhelm von Österreich'. Johanns von Würzburg 'Historia Poetica von 1314 und Aufgabenstellungen einer narrativen Fürstenlehre (Frankfurt a. M.-et al.: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 406-408.

332. Reinhard Hahn: 'Von frantzosischer zungen in teütsch'. Das literarische Leben am Innsbrucker Hof des späteren 15. Jahrhunderts und der Prosaroman 'Pontus und Sidonia (A)' (Frankfurt a. M.-Bern-New York-Paris: 1990), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 426-428.

333.Rostocker Liederbuch nach den Fragmenten der Handschrift, ed. F.Ranke and J.M. Müller-Blattau (1927). Reprint (Leipzig: 1987), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 432-433.

334.Carmen Luke: Pedagogy, Printing, and Protestantism. The Discourse on Childhood (Albany, NY: 1989), Mediaevistik 3 (1990), pp. 441-444.

335.Dialog. Festschrift für Siegfried Grosse, ed. G. Rickheit and S. Wichter (Tübingen: 1990), Colloquia Germanica 24 (1991), 1, pp. 43-45.

336.Lydia Miklautsch: Studien zur Mutterrolle in den mittelhochdeutschen Groβepen des elften und zwölften Jahrhunderts (Erlangen: 1991), Wirkendes Wort 42, 1 (1992), pp. 154-155.
337.Helmut Tervooren: Reinmar-Studien. Ein Kommentar zu den unechten” Liedern Reinmars des Alten (Stuttgart: 1991), Wirkendes Wort 42, 1 (1992), pp. 155-157.

338.John Roger Paas: Unbekannte Gedichte und Lieder des Sigmund von Birken (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1991), Seminar 28 (1992), 2, pp. 173-174.

339.Konrad von Heimesfurt: Diu urstende. Studienausgabe. Hg. von Kurt Gärtner und Werner J. Hoffmann (Tübingen: 1991), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 35 (1992), pp. 207-208.

340.Das Ritterbild in Mittelalter und Renaissance (Düsseldorf: 1985), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 35 (1992), pp. 208-209.

341.Höfische Literatur, Hofgesellschaft, Höfische Lebensform um 1200. Hg. von Gert Kaiser und Jan-Dirk Müller (Düsseldorf: 1986), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 35 (1992), pp. 209-211.

342.Der Stricker: Daniel of the Blossoming Valley, transl. by Michael Resler (New York-London: 1990), German Studies Review XV (1992), 2, pp. 373-375.

343.Peter Morgan: The Critical Idyll. Traditional Values and the French Revolution in Goethe's “Hermann und Dorothea (Columbia, S.C.: 1990), German Studies Review XV (1992), 2, pp. 380-382.

344.Elke Brüggen: Kleidung und Mode in der höfischen Epik des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts (Heidelberg: 1989), German Quarterly 65, 2 (1992), pp. 229-230.

345.Hans Fromm: Arbeiten zur deutschen Literatur des Mittelaltes (Tübingen: 1989), Colloquia Germanica 24, 3/4 (1991), pp.339-340.

346.Claudia Medert: Der 'Alexander' Ulrichs von Etzenbach (Göttingen: 1989), Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 111, 3 (1992), pp. 468-471.

347.Der frauwen buoch. Versuche zu einer feministischen Mediävistik. Hg. von Ingrid Bennewitz (Göppingen: 1989), Germanic Notes 23 (1992), pp. 80-81.

348.Hans-Joachim Behr: Literatur als Machtlegitimation. Studien zur Funktion der deutschsprachigen Dichtung am böhmischen Königshof im 13. Jahrhundert (München: 1989), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 81-82.

349.Kleinere Erzählformen im Mittelalter, hg. von Klaus Grubmüller, L.P. Johnson, H.- H. Steinhoff (Paderborn et al.: 1988), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 82-84.

350.Thomas Cramer, Hg.: Wege in die Neuzeit (München: 1988), in: Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 84-85.

351.Peter Claus Hartmann: Bayerns Weg in die Gegenwart. Vom Stammes-herzogtum zum Freistaat heute (Regensburg: 1989), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 85-86.

352.Christine Palm: “Wir graben den Schacht von Babel” oder Kafkas “Urteil” (Uppsala: 1989), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 86-87.

353.Frank Pilipp: The Novels of Martin Walser: A Critical Introduction (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 87-88.

354.Paul Winckler: Der Edelmann. Faksimiledruck der Ausgabe von 1697, ed. L. Tatlock (Bern-Frankfurt a. M.-New York-Paris: 1988), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 88-89.

355.Textuality and Subjectivity: Essays on Language and Being. Ed. by Eitel Timm, Kenneth Mendoza, Dale Gowen (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 89-90.

356.Hans Wagner: Understanding Erich Maria Remarque (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), p. 90.

357.Kulturgeschichte des Wassers. Hg. von Hartmut Böhme (Frankfurt a. M.: 1988), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), p. 91.

358.Klaus Weimar: Geschichte der deutschen Literaturwissenschaft bis zum Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts (Munich: 1989), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 91-92.

359.Eric Weider: Konjunktiv und indirekte Rede. Subjonctif et style indirect (Göppingen: 1992), Germanic Notes 23, 2 (1992), pp. 92-93.

360.Barbara Haupt: Das Fest in der Dichtung. Untersuchungen zur historischen Semantik eines literarischen Motivs in der mittelhochdeutschen Epik (Düsseldorf: 1989), Seminar XXVIII, 3 (1992), pp. 245-246.

361.Karin Wilcke: Christi Himmelfahrt. Ihre Darstellung in der europäischen Literatur von der Spätantike bis zum ausgehenden Mittelalter (Heidelberg: 1991), Wirkendes Wort 42, 2 (1992), pp. 339-340.

362.Eske Bockelmann: Propädeutik einer endlich gültigeren Theorie von den deutschen Versen (Tübingen: 1991), Leuvense Bijdragen 81 (1992), pp. 429-430.

363.Klaus Ridder: Jean de Mandevilles 'Reisen'. Studien zur Überlieferungsgeschichte der deutschen Übersetzung des Otto von Diemeringen (Munich-Zürich: 1991), Leuvense Bijdragen 81 (1992), pp. 434-435.

364.Helmut Tervooren: Reinmar-Studien. Ein Kommentar zu den “unechten” Liedern Reinmars des Alten (Stuttgart: 1991), Leuvense Bijdragen 81 (1992), pp. 431-433.

365.Stephen D. Dowden: Understanding Thomas Bernhard (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), Fault Line 1 (1992), pp. 160-163.

366.Music and German Literature. Their Relationship since the Middle Ages, ed. by James M. McGlathery (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), Schatzkammer XVIII, 2 (1992), 56-58.

367.Eitel Timm, ed.: Challenges of Germanistik. Traditions and Prospects of an Academic Discipline (Munich: 1992), Schatzkammer XVIII, 2 (1992), pp. 55-56.

368.Elisabeth Charlotte Herzogin von Orléans: Briefe aus den Jahren 1676-1722, 6 vols. (Hildesheim-Zürich-New York: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 64 (1992), pp. 237-239.

369.Metzler Literatur Lexikon. Begriffe und Definitionen. Hg. von Günther und Irmgard Schweikle. 2. Aufl. (Stuttgart: 1990), German Studies Review XV, 3 (1992), pp. 566-567.

370.Bea Lundt, ed.: Auf der Suche nach der Frau im Mittelalter (Munich: 1991), German Studies Review XV, 3 (1992), pp. 568-570.

371.Robert M. Browning, ed. and trans.: Selections from Goethe's Letters to Frau von Stein 1776-1789 (Columbia, S.C.: 1990), German Studies Review XV, 3 (1992), pp. 587-588.

372.John Haywood: Dark Age Naval Power. A Reassessment of Frankish and Anglo-Saxon Seafaring Activitiy (London-New York: 1991), German Quarterly 65, 3-4 (1992), pp. 443-445.

373.Dietrich Hofmann: Die Versstrukturen der altsächsischen Stabreimgedichte Heliand und Genesis. 2 vols. (Heidelberg: 1991), German Quarterly 65, 3-4 (1992), pp. 445-446.

374.Fortunatus. Die Bearbeitung und Umschrift eines spätmittelalterlichen deutschen Prosaromans für jüdisches Publikum. Ed. John A. Howard (Würzburg: 1991), German Studies Review XVI, 1 (1993), pp. 108-109.

375. Till Eulenspiegel. His Adventures, trans., with introduction and notes, by Paul Oppenheimer (New York-London: 1991), German Studies Review XVI, 1 (1993), pp. 110-111.

376. Christian Kiening, Reflexion - Narration. Wege zum 'Willehalm' Wolframs von Eschenbach (Tübingen: 1991), Encomia XIV (1992), pp. 17-19.

377 Tristan und Isolde im europäischen Mittelalter. Ausgewählte Texte in Übersetzungen und Nacherzählungen. Hg. von Danielle Buschinger und Wolfgang Spiewok (Stuttgart: 1991), Tristania XIV (1993), pp. 143-145.

378.Dagmar Mikasch-Köthner: Zur Konzeption der Tristanminne bei Eilhart von Oberg und Gottfried von Straβburg (Stuttgart: 1991), Tristania XIV (1993), pp. 152-154.

379.Teaching the Middle Ages IV, eds. Robert V. Graybill, J.G. Hample, R.L. Kindrick, R. E. Lovell (Terre Haute: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching, 1990), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 368-369.

380.The Old Daunce. Love, Friendship, Sex and Marriage in the Medieval World, ed. by R.R. Edwards and St. Spector (Albany: 1991), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 370-372.
381.Le Travail au Moyen Age. Une Approche Interdisciplinaire, ed. J. Hamesse et Colette Muraille-Samaran (Louvain-la-Neuve: 1990), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 373-376.

382.Archibald R. Lewis and Timothy J. Runyan: European Naval and Maritime History, 300-1500 (Bloomington: 1985/1990), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 376-378.

383.Penelope Reed Doob: The Idea of the Labyrinth from Classical Antiquity through the Middle Ages (Ithaca-London: 1990), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 379-382.

384.Jesse L. Byock: Medieval Iceland. Society, Sagas, and Power (Berkeley-Los Angeles-London: 1988/1990), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 383-385.

385.Lyrics of the Middle Ages. An Anthology, ed. by James J. Wilhelm (New York-London: 1990), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 386-389. 

386.Robert S. Sturges: Medieval Interpretation. Models of Reading in Literary Narrative, 1100-1500 (Carbondale-Edwardsville: 1991), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 389-391.

387.Speaking Two Languages. Traditional Disciplines and Contemporary Theory in Medieval Studies, ed. by Allen J. Frantzen (Albany: 1991), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 391-394. 

388.Katharina M. Wilson and Elizabeth M. Makowski: Wykked Wyves and the Woes of Marriage. Misogamous Literature from Juvenal to Chaucer (Albany: 1990), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 394-396.

389.Law, Custom, and the Social Fabric in Medieval Europe. Essays in Honor of Bryce Lyon, ed. by B. S. Bachrach and D. Nicholas (Kalamazoo: 1990), Medieaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 398-401.

390.Medieval Folklore. An Interdisciplinary, International Bi-Annual, ed. Francesca Canadé-Sautman (Lewiston, NY: 1991), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 404-405.

391.Das Nibelungenlied, mittelhochdeutsch/neuhochdeutsch von Danielle Buschinger und Wolfgang Spiewok (Publications du Centre d'études médiévales, Université de Picardie: 1991), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 428-429.

392.Elisabeth Lienert: 'Frau Tugendreich'. Eine Prosaerzählung aus der Zeit Kaiser Maximilians I. Edition und Untersuchung (München-Bern: 1988), Mediaevistik 4 (1991), pp. 472-474.

393.Wolfgang Beutin: Sexualität und Obszönität. Eine literaturpsychologische Studie über epische Dichtungen des Mittelalters und der Renaissance (Würzburg: 1990), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 788f.

394.Markus Litz: Theatrum Sacrum und symbolische Weltsicht. Der staufische “ludus de antichristo” (Frankfurt a.M.-Bern-et al.: 1990), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 827.

395.Thomas Grenzler: Erotisierte Politik - politisierte Erotik? Die politisch-ständische Begründung der Ehe-Minne in Wolframs “Willehalm”, im “Nibelungenlied” und in der “Kudrun” (Göppingen: 1992), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 828f.

396. Hilde E. Hansen: “Das ist Hartnäckigkeit in einer verwerflichen Sache; sie selbst nennen es Treue”. Literatursoziologische Untersuchungen zum Nibelungenlied (Frankfurt a.M.-Bern-et al.: 1990), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 836.

397. Gunhild Roth: Sündenspiegel im 15. Jahrhundert. Untersuchungen zum pseudo-augustinischen “Speculum peccatoris” in deutscher Überlieferung (Bern-Berlin-et al.: 1991), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 841.

398. Erwin Rauner: Konrads von Halberstadt O.P. “tripartitus moralium”. Studien zum Nachleben antiker Literatur im späteren Mittelalter (Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: 1989), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 847.

399. Konrad von Mure: De naturis animalium. Editio princeps von Arpád Peter Orbán (Heidelberg: 1989), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 848.

400. Joachim Schneider: Heinrich Deichsler und die Nürnberger Chronistik des 15. Jahrhunderts (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1991), Germanistik 33 (1992), 3/4, p. 858.

401. Kudrun, translated by Marion E. Gibbs and Sidney M. Johnson (New York-London: 1992), German Quarterly 66 (1993), 1, p. 89f.

402. Reinhard M.G. Nickisch: Brief (Stuttgart: 1991), German Studies Review 16 (1993), 2, p. 331-333.

403. Das Nibelungenlied, mittelhochdeutsch/neuhochdeutsch, von Danielle Buschinger und Wolfgang Spiewok (Amiens, France: 1991), German Studies Review 16 (1993), 2, p. 340-341.

404. Reinhard Pawis: Johann Hartliebs `Alexander'. Untersuchungen und kritische Textausgabe (Munich: 1991), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 37 (1993), pp. 189-191.

405. Austrian Fiction Writers, 1875-1913. Ed. by James Hardin and Donald Daviau (Detroit: 1989), Studia Neophilologica 65 (1993), pp. 127-128.

406. Brigitte Streich: Zwischen Reiseherrschaft und Residenzbildung: Der Wettinische Hof im späten Mittelalter (Cologne-Vienna: 1989), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 101, 1 (1993), pp. 125-126.

407. Chrétien de Troyes: Der Percevalroman oder Die Erzählung vom Gral. Altfranzösisch/Deutsch. Übersetzt und hg. von Felicitas Olef-Krafft (Stuttgart: 1991), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 12-14.

408. Ernst Robert Curtius: European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages. Transl. from the German by Willard R. Trask. With a new Epilogue by Peter Godman (Princeton, N.J.: 1991), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 14-16.

409. Hartmann von Aue: Erec. Translated by Thomas L. Keller (New York-London: 1987), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 16-17.

410. Die Schweizer Minnesänger. Nach der Ausgabe von Karl Bartsch neu bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Max Schiendorfer. 1. Texte (Tübingen: 1990), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 18-19.

411. Ulrich Fuetrer: Lannzilet. Str. 1-1122. Hg. von Karl-Eckhard Lenk (Tübingen: 1989), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 20-21.

412. The Passing of Arthur. New Essays in Arthurian Tradition. Ed. by Christopher Baswell and William Sharpe (New York-London: 1988), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 21-23.

413. Peter Dinzelbacher/Dieter R. Bauer, eds., Volksreligion im hohen und späten Mittelalter (Paderborn-München-Wien-Zürich: 1990), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 23-26.

414. Gertrud Jaron Lewis: Bibliographie zur deutschen Frauenmystik des Mittelalters (Berlin: 1989), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 27-30.

415. Guillaume de Lorris: Der Rosenroman. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Gustav Ineichen. 3., ergänzte Aufl. (Berlin: 1987), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 30-31.

416. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. A Dual-Language Version, ed. and transl. by William Vantuono (New York-London: 1991), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 31-33.

417. The Plays of Hrotsvit of Gandersheim, transl. by Katharina Wilson (New York-London: 1989), Synopsis 3 (1991-1993), pp. 33-34.

418. Hermeneutik der Fremde. Dietrich Krusche, Alois Wierlacher, eds. (Munich: 1990), Seminar 29, 3 (1993), pp. 299-300.

419. Robert C. Conard: Understanding Heinrich Böll (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), Seminar 29, 3 (1993), pp. 341-343.

420. Hermann Paul: Deutsches Wörterbuch. 9., vollständig neu bearbeitete Aufl. von Helmut Henne und Georg Objartel unter Mitarbeit von Heidrun Kämper-Jensen (Tübingen: 1992), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), pp. 93-94.

421. Mediävistische Literaturgeschichtsschreibung, hg. von R. Bräuer und O. Ehrismann (Göppingen: 1992), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), pp. 94-95.

422. Otto Knörrich: Lexikon lyrischer Formen (Stuttgart: 1992), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), pp. 95-96.

423. Elisabeth Frenzel: Stoffe der Weltliteratur. 8th rev. ed. (Stuttgart: 1992), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), p. 96.

424. Edgar Haimerl: Verständnisperspektiven der eddischen Heldenlieder im 13. Jahrhundert (Göppingen: 1992), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), pp. 96-97.

425. Uf der mâze pfat. Festschrift für Werner Hoffmann zum 60. Geburtstag, hg. von Waltraud Fritsch-Rößler (Göppingen: 1991), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), pp. 97-98.

426. Die Weimarer Liederhandschrift Q 564, hg. von Elisabeth Morgenstern-Werner (Göppingen: 1990), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), p. 98.

427. Kudrun. Translated by Winder McConnell (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), pp. 98-100.

428. Präludien kanadisch-deutsche Dialoge. Ed. Burkhardt Krause, Ulrich Scheck, and Patrick O'Neill (Munich: 1992), Germanic Notes 24, 2 (1993), pp. 101-102.

429. Ursula Sampath: Kaspar Hauser: A Modern Metaphor (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), German Studies Review XVI, 3 (1993), pp. 532-533.

430.The Heliand. The Saxon Gospel. A Translation and Commentary by G. Ronald Murphy (New York-Oxford: 1992), German Studies Review XVI, 3 (1993), pp. 553-534.

431. Hartmut Beckers: Der rheinische Merlin. Text. Übersetzung. Untersuchungen der 'Merlin'- und 'Lüthild'-Fragmente (Paderborn-et al.: 1991), Seminar 29, 4 (1993), pp. 411-412

432. Günther Schweikle: Minnesang (Stuttgart: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 65 (1993), p. 250.

433. Moriz von Craûn, ed. and transl. by Stephanie Cain Van D'Elden (New York- London: 1990), Studia Neophilologica 65 (1993), p. 251.

434. Contemporary German Fiction Writers. Second Series, Dictionary of Literary Biography 75 (Detroit: 1988), Studia Neophilologica 65 (1993), pp. 253-254.

435. A Glossary of German Literary Terms. Second, revised and enlarged edition by E. W. Herd and August Obermayer (Otago: 1992), Seminar 30, 1 (1994), pp. 59-60.

436. Francis G. Gentry: Bibliographie zur frühmittelhochdeutschen geistlichen Dichtung (Berlin: 1992), Seminar 30, 1 (1994), pp. 62-63.

437. The Fortunes of German Writers in America. Studies in Literary Reception, ed. by Wolfgang Elfe, James Hardin, and Gunther Holst (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), German Studies Review XVII, 1 (1994), pp. 155-157.

438. Irmgard Roebling, Hg., Sehnsucht und Sirene. Vierzehn Abhandlungen zu Wasserphantasien (Pfaffenweiler: 1992), German Studies Review XVII, 1 (1994), pp. 157-159.

439. John Van Cleve: The Problem of Wealth in the Literature of Luther's Germany (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), German Studies Review XVII, 1 (1994), pp. 160-162.
440. Goethe Yearbook. Ed. by Thomas P. Saine. Vol. VI (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), German Studies Review XVII, 1 (1994), pp. 163-164.

441. Ludwig Schrader, Hg.: Alternative Welten in Mittelalter und Renaissance (Düsseldorf: 1988), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 204-206.

442. Josef Semmler, Hg.: Der Wald in Mittelalter und Renaissance (Düsseldorf: 1991), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 211-213.

443. P.D.A. Harvey: Medieval Maps (Toronto: 1991), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 260-262.

444. Valerie I.J. Flint: The Rise of Magic in Early Medieval Europe (Princeton, NJ: 1991), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 288-291.

445. Razos and Troubadour Songs, transl. by William E. Burgwinkle (New York-London: 1990), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 339-341.

446. William C. McDonald: The Tristan Story in German Literature of the Late Middle Ages and Early Renaissance. Tradition and Innovation (Lewiston-Queenston- Lampeter: 1990), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 415-418.

447. Brigitte Schöning: “Friedrich von Schwaben”. Aspekte des Erzählens im spätmittelalterlichen Versroman (Erlangen: 1991), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 418-419.

448. Herfried Vögel: Naturkundliches im 'Reinfried von Braunschweig'. Zur Funktion naturkundlicher Kenntnis in deutscher Erzähldichtung des Mittelalters (Frankfurt a.M.-Bern-New York-Paris: 1990), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 420-421.

449. Exemplaria. A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Vol. I/2 and II/1 (Binghamton: 1989/1990), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 424-426.

450. Höfische Repräsentation. Das Zeremoniell und die Zeichen. Hg. von Hedda Ragotzky und Horst Wenzel (Tübingen: 1990), Mediaevistik 5 (1992), pp. 430-432.

451.Art and Politics in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Italy: 1250-1500. Ed. Charles M. Rosenberg (Notre Dame-London: 1990), Medieavistik 5 (1992), pp. 436-437.

452.Hermann Reichert: Walther von der Vogelweide für Anfänger (Vienna: 1992), Seminar 30, 2 (1994), pp. 195-196.

453.Joseph Federico: Confronting Modernity. Rationality, Science, and Communication in German Literature of the 1980s (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), Seminar 30, 2 (1994), pp. 214-215.

454.Anne L. Clark: Elisabeth of Schönau: A Twelfth-Century Visionary (Philadelphia: 1992), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, June 11 (1994).

455.Writing on the Line. Transgression in Early Modern German Literature. Ed. by Lynne Tatlock (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1991), German Quarterly 67, 2 (1994), pp. 258-259.

456.Metzler Lexikon Sprache. Ed. Helmut Glück (Stuttgart-Weimar: 1993), German Studies Review XVII, 2 (1994), pp. 375-377.

457.Hans-Jürgen Bachorski, Hg.: Ordnung und Lust. Bilder von Liebe, Ehe und Sexualität in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit (Trier: 1991), German Studies Review XVII, 2 (1994), pp. 380-382.

458.Hartmut Semmler: Listmotive in der mittelhochdeutschen Epik (Berlin: 1991), German Studies Review XVII, 2 (1994), pp. 384-385.

459.Tristan et Iseut, mythe européen et mondial, publiés par les soins de Danielle Buschinger (Göppingen: 1987), Tristania XV (1994), pp. 147-152.

460.Christoph Huber: Die Aufnahme und Verarbeitung des Alanus ab Insulis in mittelhochdeutschen Dichtungen. MTU 89 (München: 1988), Tristania XV (1994), pp. 158-161.

461.Brigitte Linden: Die Rezeption des Tristanstoffs in Frankreich vom Ende des 18. bis zum Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts (Frankfurt a. M.: 1988), Tristania XV (1994), pp. 168-170.

462.Siegrid Schmidt: Mittelhochdeutsche Epenstoffe in der deutschsprachigen Literatur nach 1945 (Göppingen: 1989), Tristania XV (1994), pp. 170-172.

463.Elena Poletti: Love, Honour and Artifice. Atittudes to the Tristan Material in the Medieval Epic Poems and in Selected Plays from 1853-1919 (Göppingen: 1989), Tristania XV (1994), pp. 172-175.

464.Silke Grothues: Der arthurische Tristanroman. Werkabschluβ zu Gottfrieds 'Tristan' und Gattungswechsel in Heinrichs von Freiberg Tristanforsetzung (Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: 1991), Tristania XV (1994), pp. 179-182.

465.Gregory B. Stone: The Death of the Troubadour. The Late Medieval Resistance to the Renaissance (Philadelphia: 1994), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review July 14, 1994.

466.Hans-Dieter Mück, Hg.: Walther von der Vogelweide. Beiträge zu Leben und Werk (Stuttgart: 1989), Studia Neophilologica 66 (1994), pp. 119-122.

467.The Strassburg Alexander and the Munich Oswald. Pre-Courtly Adventure of the German Middle Ages, transl. and with an Introd. by J. W. Thomas (Columbia, SC: 1989), Studia Neophilologica 66 (1994), pp. 122-123.

468.Martin Kintzinger: Das Bildungswesen in der Stadt Braunschweig (Cologne-Vienna: 1990), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 102, 1-2 (1994), pp.194-196.

469.The Future of the Middle Ages. Medieval Literature in the 1990s. Ed. William D. Paden (Gainesville: 1994), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review August 8, 1994.

470.Albrecht Hagenlocher: Der “guote” vride. Idealer Friede in deutscher Literatur bis ins frühe 14. Jahrhundert (Berlin-New York: 1992), Wirkendes Wort 44, 1 (1994), pp. 153-154.

471.Stefan Hohmann: Friedenskonzepte. Die Thematik des Friedens in der deutschsprachigen politischen Lyrik des Mittelalters (Köln-Weimar-Wien: 1992), Wirkendes Wort 44, 1 (1994), pp. 154-156.

472.Tânia Ünlüdag: Mentalität und Literatur. Zum Zusammenhang von bürgerlichen Weltbildern und christlicher Erziehungsliteratur im 19. Jahrhundert am Beispiel der Wuppertaler Traktate (Cologne: 1993), Wirkendes Wort 44, 2 (1994), pp. 365-366.

473.Hans Schwarz: Wort und Welt. Aufsätze zur deutschen Wortgeschichte, zur Wortfeldtheorie und zur Runenkunde (Münster: 1993), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), pp. 185-187.

474.Begriffsglossar und Index zu Ulrichs von Zatzikhoven 'Lanzelet'. Bearbeitet von Klaus M. Schmidt (Tübingen: 1993), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), pp. 187-188.

475.Pöchlarner Heldenliedgespräch. Das Nibelungenlied und der mittlere Donauraum. Ed. Klaus Zatloukal (Vienna: 1990), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), pp. 188-190.

476.2. Pöchlarner Heldenliedgespräch. Die historische Dietrichepik. Ed. Klaus Zatloukal (Vienna: 1992), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), pp. 190-192.

477.Clifton D. Hall: A Complete Concordance to Gottfried von Strassburg's “Tristan” (Lewiston, N.Y.: 1992), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), pp. 192-193.

478.Gedichte und Interpretationen. Mittelalter. Hg. von Helmut Tervooren (Stuttgart: 1993), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), pp. 193-194.

479.Anna Mühlherr, 'Melusine' und 'Fortunatus'. Verrätselter und verweigerter Sinn (Tübingen: 1993), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), pp. 194-197.

480.Allemanisch in der Regio. Beiträge zur 10. Arbeitstagung alemannischer Dialektologen in Freiburg/Br. 1990, hg. von Volker Schupp (Göppingen: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 25, 2 (1994), 27-28.

481.Challenges of Germanistik. Traditions and Prospects of an Academic Discipline. Ed. Eitel Timm (Munich: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 25, 2 (1994), pp. 28-29.

482.Hargen Thomsen: Grenzen des Individuums. Die Ich-Problematik im Werk Friedrich Hebbels (Munich: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 25, 2 (1994), p. 29.

483.Thea Schippan: Lexikologie der deutschen Gegenwartssprache (Tübingen: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 25, 2 (1994), p. 30.

484.Eitel Timm: Das Lyrische in der Dichtung. Norm und Ethos der Gattung bei Hölderlin, Brentano, Eichendorff, Rilke und Benn (München: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 25, 2 (1994), pp. 30-31.

485.Rüdiger Görner, ed.: Heimat im Wort. Die Problematik eines Begriffs im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert (Munich: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 25, 2 (1994), pp. 31-32.

486.Revelations of the Medieval World. Ed. by Georges Duby. A History of Private Life, II (Cambridge, MA,-London: 1988), Germanic Notes and Reviews 25, 2 (1994), pp. 32-34.

487.John Van Cleve: Sebastian Brant's “The Ship of Fools” in Critical Perspective, 1800-1991 (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Seminar XXX, 3 (1994), p. 322.

488.Dear Sister. Medieval Women and the Epistolary Genre. Ed. by Karen Cherewatuk and Ulrike Wiethaus (Philadelphia: 1993), Studies in the Age of Chaucer 16 (1994), pp. 169-172.

489.Leben und Offenbarung der Wiener Begine Agnes Blannbekin (=1315). Edition und Übersetzung von Peter Dinzelbacher und Renate Vogeler (Göppingen: 1994), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, 27 November 1994.

490.Bernhard R. Martin: Nibelungen-Metamorphosen. Die Geschichte eines Mythos (München: 1992), Seminar XXX, 4 (1994), pp. 436-437.

491.Karl-Heinz Hucke: Figuren der Unruhe. Faustdichtungen (Tübingen: 1992), German Studies Review XVII, 3 (1994), pp. 559-560.

492.Christian Kiening: Reflexion - Narration. Wege zum 'Willehalm' Wolframs von Eschenbach (Tübingen: 1991), Monatshefte 86, 3 (1994), pp. 449-450.

493.Das Mittelalter in Daten. Literatur, Kunst, Geschichte 750 bis 1520. Hg. von Joachim Heinzle (München: 1993), German Quarterly 67, 4 (1994), pp. 571-572.

494.Günther Schweikle: Mittelhochdeutsche Minnelyrik. I. Frühe Minnelyrik (Stuttgart-Weimar: 1993), German Quarterly 67, 4 (1994), pp. 572-573.

495.Jo-Jacqueline Eckardt: Lessing's “Nathan the Wise” and the Critics: 1779-1991 (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), German Quarterly 67, 4 (1994), pp. 582-583.

496.Mark Chinca: History, Fiction, Verisimilitude. Studies in the Poetics of Gottfried's Tristan (London: 1993), Monatshefte 86, 4 (1994), pp. 562-564.

497.The Lament of the Nibelungen (Div Chlage). Trans. and with an Introduction by Winder McConnell (Columbia, S.C.: 1994), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, Jan. 31, 1995, and: American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures 8, 1 (1996): 105-08.

498.Die Schweizer Minnesänger. Nach der Ausgabe von Karl Bartsch neu bearb. und hg. von Max Schiendorfer (Tübingen: 1990), Envoi 3, 2 (1992), pp. 553-555.

499.Sprache, Literatur, Kultur. Studien zu ihrer Geschichte im deutschen Süden und Westen. Wolfgang Kleiber zu seinem 60. Geburtstag (Stuttgart: 1989), Studia Neophilologica 66 (1994), pp. 241-243.

500.James V.McMahon: The Music of Early Minnesang (Columbia, SC.: 1990), Studia Neophilologica 66 (1994), pp. 243-244.

501.Hans-Martin Kirn: Das Bild vom Juden im Deutschland des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts (Tübingen: 1989), Germanic Notes 26, 1 (1995), pp. 47-49.

502.Medieval Studies. An Introduction. Second Edition. Edited by James M. Powell (Syracuse, NY: 1992), Germanic Notes 26, 1 (1995), p. 49.

503.Subversive Sublimities: Undercurrents of the German Enlightenment. Ed. by Eitel Timm (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), Germanic Notes 26, 1 (1995), pp. 50-51.

504.Wendell V. Harris: Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory (New York-Westport, CT-London: 1992), Germanic Notes 26, 1 (1995), pp. 51-52.

505.Stories by Musäus and Fouqué. Transl. by Thomas Carlyle. With an Introduction by Ulrich Scheck (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), Germanic Notes 26, 1 (1995), 52-53.

506.Karen Swenson: Performing Definitions: Two Genres of Insult in Old Norse Literature (Columbia, S.C.: 1991), Germanic Notes 26, 1 (1995), pp. 53-54.

507.Deutsche Dichter der frühen Neuzeit (1450-1600). Ihr Leben und Werk. Ed. Stephan Füssel (Berlin: 1993), Fifteenth-Century Studies 21 (1994), pp. 351-353.

508.Edelgard DuBruck, Aspects of Fifteenth-Century Society in the German Carnival Comedies (Lewiston, N.Y.: 1993), Fifteenth-Century Studies 21 (1994), pp. 354-356.

509.Frank Tobin: Mechthild von Magdeburg. A Medieval Mystic in Modern Eyes (Columbia, S.C.: 1995), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review April 16, 1995.

510.Methoden zur Erforschung des Frühneuhochdeutschen. Hg. K. J. Mattheier, Hauo Nitta, Mitsuyo Ono (München: 1993), Seminar XXXI, 2 (1995), pp. 158-159.

511.The Adventures of Simplicius Simplicissimus by Hans Jacob Grimmelshausen. A Modern Translation by George Schulz-Behrend (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Seminar XXXI, 2 (1995), pp 160f.

512.Johann Gottfried Herder. Language, History, and the Enlightenment. Ed. by Wulf Koepke (Columbia, S.C.: 1990), Studia Neophilologica 67 (1995), pp. 104-106.

513.Himmel, Hölle, Fegefeuer. Das Jenseits im Mittelalter. Katalog von Peter Jezler (Munich: 1994), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, May 21, 1995.

514.Herbert Vorgrimler: Geschichte der Hölle (Munich: 1994), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, May 21, 1995.

515.Gero von Wilpert: Die deutsche Gespenstergeschichte. Motiv - Form - Entwicklung (Stuttgart: 1994), German Studies Review XVII (1995), pp. 315-316.

516.Lyndal Roper: The Holy Household. Women and Morals in Reformation Augsburg (Oxford: 1989), Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 77, 1 (1994), pp. 231-232.

517.Ansätze und Diskontinuität deutscher Nationsbildung im Mittelalter. Hg. von Joachim Ehlers (Sigmaringen: 1989), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 103, 1-2 (1995), pp. 109-112.

518.André de Mandach: Auf den Spuren des Heiligen Gral. Die gemeinsame Vorlage im pyrenäischen Geheimcode von Chrétien de Troyes und Wolfram von Eschenbach (Göppingen: 1995), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, August 1995.

519.Dirk R. Glogau: Untersuchungen zu einer konstruktivistischen Mediävistik. Tiere und Pflanzen im “Tristan” Gottfrieds von Straßburg und im “Nibelungenlied” (Essen: 1993), in: Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 151-154.

520.Rainer Gruenter: Tristan-Studien. Hg. von Wolfgang Adam (Heidelberg: 1993), in: Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 154-156.

521.Dieter Kühn: Tristan und Isolde des Gottfried von Straßburg (Frankfurt a.M.: 1991), in: Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 158-162.

522.Marion Mälzer: Die Isolde-Gestalten in den mittelalterlichen deutschen Tristan-Dichtungen. Ein Beitrag zum diachronischen Wandel (Heidelberg: 1991), Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 162-165.

523.Tristan und Isolde. Codex 2537 der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek. Mit Beiträgen von Michel Cazenave und Edmond Pognon (Graz: 1992), Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 189-191.

524.Alois Wolf: Gottfried von Strassburg und die Mythe von Tristan und Isolde (Darmstadt: 1989), Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 195-199.

525.Otto Mazal: Die Sternenwelt des Mittelalters (Graz: 1993), in: Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 200-202.

526.Das Stundenbuch der Maria von Burgund. Codex Vindobonensis 1857 der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek. Kommentar von Franz Unterkircher (Graz: 1993), in: Tristania XVI (1995), pp. 202-204.

527.Records of Western Civilization Press, ed. Malcolm Bean, Caroline Walker Bynum, Joan M. Ferrante, Robert Hanning, Robert Somerville (New York-Oxford: 1990-1991). Translations of the following texts: The Letters of Poggius Bracciolini to Nicolaus de Niccolis; Medieval Trade in the Mediterranean World, Guillaume d'Orange (four epics); Martianus Capella: Seven Liberal Arts: vol. 1: The Quadrivium; vol. 2: The Marriage of Philology and Mercury; The See of Peter; Hugh of St. Victor: The Didascalicon; Medieval Handbooks of Penance; Macrobius: Commentary on the Dream of Scipio; The Correspondence of Pope Gregory VII; Heresies of the High Middle Ages; Bernardus Silvestris: The Cosmographia, Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 256-258.

528.Mary Carruthers: The Book of Memory. A Study of Memory in Medieval Culture (Cambridge: 1990), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 258-263.

529.Janet Coleman: Ancient and Medieval Memories. Studies in the Reconstruction of the Past (Cambridge-et al.: 1992), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 258-263.

530.Chiara Frugoni: A Distant City. Images of Urban Experience in the Medieval World (Princeton, N.J.: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 264-266.

531.Sisters and Workers in the Middle Ages. Ed. by J. M. Bennett, E. A. Clark et al. (Chicago-London: 1989), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 266-267.

532.Woman Defamed and Woman Defended. an Anthology of Medieval Texts. Ed. Alcuin Blamires with K. Pratt and C. W. Marx (Oxford: 1992), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 268-269.

533. Glenda McLeod: Virtue and Venom. Catalogs of Women from Antiquity to the Renaissance (Ann Arbor, MI: 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 269-271.

534.Clarissa W. Atkinson: The Oldest Vocation. Christian Motherhood in the Middle Ages (Ithaca-London: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 271-273.

535Dorothee Esser: Ubique Diabolus. Der Teufel ist überall (Erlangen: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 283-284.

536.Vox intexta. Orality and Textuality in the Middle Ages. Ed. by A.N. Doane and Carol Braun Pasternack (Madison: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 291-293.

537.Barbara A. Shailor: The Medieval Book (Toronton: 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 293-294.

538.Mary A. Rouse and Richard H. Rouse: Authentic Witnesses. Approaches to Medieval Texts and Manuscripts (Notre Dame, 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 294-296.

539.The New Medievalism. Ed. by M. S. Brownlee, K. Brownlee, and S. G. Nichols (Baltimore-London: 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 298-300.

540.Dietmar Peschel-Rentsch: Gott, Autor, Ich. Skizzen zur Genese von Autorbewuβtsein und Erzählerfigur im Mittelalter (Erlangen: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 302-304.
541.The Union of Words and Music in Medieval Poetry. Ed. by R. A. Baltzer, Th. Cable, and J. I. Wimsatt (Austin: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 305-306.

542.Elizabeth Archibald: Apollonius of Tyre. Medieval and Renaissance Themes and Variations (Cambridge: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 307-310.

543-546. Kay Staniland: Embroiderers ; Nicola Coldstream: Masons and Sculptors; Paul Binski: Painters; Sarah Brown and David O'Connor: Glass-Painters (Medieval Craftsmen) (Toronto: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 310-313.

547. The Making of England. Anglo-Saxon Art and Culture AD 600-900. Ed. L. Webster and J. Backhouse (Toronto-Buffalo: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 345-346.

548.R. Howard Bloch: Medieval Misogyny and the Invention of Western Romantic Love (Chicago: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), p. 376-377.

549.Der Pfaffe Amis von dem Stricker. Ein Schwankroman aus dem 13. Jahrhundert in zwölf Episoden. Hg. und übers. von Hermann Henne (Göppingen: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 396-397.

550.William C. McDonald: Arthur and Tristan. On the Intersection of Legends in German Medieval Literature (Lewiston-et al.: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 400-402.

551.Lydia Miklautsch: Studien zur Mutterrolle in den mittelhochdeutschen Groβepen des zwölften und dreizehnten Jahrhunderts (Erlangen 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 402-403.

552.Claire Donovan: The de Brailes Hours. Shaping the Book of Hours in Thirteenth-Century Oxford (Toronto-Buffalo: 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 405-406.

553.Travail et Travailleurs en Europe au Moyen Age au Début des Temps Modernes. Textes présentés et édités par Claire Dolan (Toronto: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 409-411.

554.Traditionswandel und Traditionsverhalten. Hg. von Walter Haug und Burghart Wachinger (Tübingen: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 444-446.

555.Christine de Pisan: The Book of the Duke of True Lovers. Transl., with an Introduction by Thelma S. Fenster (New York: 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 464-466.

556.Mechthild von Magdeburg: Flowing Light of the Divinity, ransl. by Christiane Mesch Galvani, ed., with an introduction by Susan Clark (New York-London: 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 474-475.

557.Christine Wulf: Eine volkssprachige Laienbibel des 15. Jahrhunderts. Untersuchung und Teiledition der Handschrift Nürnberg, Stadtbibliothek, Ms. Solg. 16.2o (Munich-Zürich: 1991), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 475-478.

558.Regina Unger: Wolfram-Rezeption und Utopie. Studien zum spätmittelalterlichen bayerischen “Lohengrin”-Epos (Göppingen: 1990), in: Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 482-483.

559.Rita Schlusemann: Die hystorie van reynaert die vos und The history of reynard the fox (Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 487-488.

560.Joachim Schneider: Heinrich Deichsler und die Nürnberger Chronistik des 15. Jahrhunderts (Wiesbaden: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 488-490.

561.Autorentypen. Ed. by Walter Haug and Burghart Wachinger (Tübingen: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 492-493.

562.Bodo Gotzkowsky: “Volksbücher”. Prosaromane, Renais-sancenovellen, Versdichtungen und Schwankbücher. Bibliographie der deutschen Drucke (Baden-Baden: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 493-495.

563.Martin Camargo: The Middle English Verse Love Epistle (Tübingen: 1991), Mediaevistik 6 (1993), pp. 505-508.

564.Beate Hennig: Kleines Mittelhochdeutsches Wörterbuch (Tübingen: 1993), in: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 42 (1995), pp. 228-229.

565. Robert Peter Ebert, Oskar Reichmann, Hans-Joachim Solms und Klaus-Peter Wegera: Frühneuhochdeutsche Grammatik (Tübingen: 1993), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 42 (1995), pp. 229-231.

566. Karin Lerchner: Lectulus floridus. Zur Bedeutung des Bettes in Literatur und Handschriftenillustration des Mittelalters (Köln-et al.: 1993), Wirkendes Wort 45 (1995), pp. 203-205.

567. Ulrich Füetrer: Flordimar. Aus dem Buch der Abenteuer. Hg. von Heinz Thoelen (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1994), Fifteenth-Century Studies 22 (1996), pp. 225-226..

568.Churer Weltgerichtsspiel, hg. von Ursula Schulze (Berlin: 1993), in: German Studies Review XVIII, 3 (1995), pp. 525-526.

569.Max Wehrli: Humanismus und Barock. Hg. von F. Wagner und W. Maaz (Hildesheim-Zürich: 1993), German Studies Review XVIII, 3 (1995), pp. 526-527.

570.Peter Wapnewski: Zuschreibungen. Gesammelte Schriften. Hg. von F. Wagner und W. Maaz (Hildesheim-Zürich: 1994), in: German Studies Review XVIII, 3 (1995), pp. 559-561.

571.Lexikon literaturtheoretischer Werke, ed. R. G. Renner and E. Habekost (Stuttgart: 1995), in: German Studies Review XVIII, 3 (1995), pp. 565-566.

572    Medieval Scandinavia. An Encyclopedia. Phillip Pulsiano, Editor (New York-London: 1993), in: Germanic Notes and Reviews 26, 2 (1995), pp. 132-133.

573.German-Language Comedy. A Critical Anthology. Translated and with a Historical Introduction by Bert Cardullo (Selinsgrove, PA.: 1992), in: Germanic Notes 26, 2 (1995), pp. 133-134.

574.Robert Cohen: Understanding Peter Weiss (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Germanic Notes. 26, 2 (1995), pp. 135-136.

575.Hans-Werner Goetz/Karl-Wilhelm Welwei, Hgg.: Altes Germanien. Auszüge aus den antiken Quellen über die Germanen und ihre Beziehungen zum Römischen Reich. 2 Vols. (Darmstadt: 1995), in: Germanic Notes and Reviews 26, 2 (1995), pp. 137-139.

576.Meisterlieder des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts. Hg. von Eva Klesatschke und Horst Brunner (Tübingen: 1993), Prospero II (1995), pp. 132-133.
                        
577.Michael A. Calabrese: Chaucer's Ovidian Arts of Love (Gainesville-et al.: 1994),in: Prospero II (1995), pp. 135-136.

578.Hans Sebald: Der Hexenjunge. Fallstudie eines Inquistionsprozesses (Marburg: 1992), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 14 (1993), pp. 178-179.

579.Florent et Lyon. Wilhelm Salzmann, Kaiser Octavianus. Ed. Xenja von Ertzdorff and Ulrich Seelbach (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1993), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review (Dec. 15, 1995).

580.John Marshall Carter: Medieval Games. Sports and Recreations in Feudal Society (New York-Westport, CT-London: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 248-250.

581.Michael Haren: Medieval Thought. The Western Intellectual Tradition from Antiquity to the Thirteenth Century. Second Ed. (Toronto-Buffalo: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 252-254.
 
582.George Henderson: Early Medieval. Medieval Academy Reprints for Teaching (Toronto-et al.: 1993), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 338-340.

583.Knut Schulz: “Denn sie lieben die Freiheit so sehr...”. Kommunale Aufstände und Entstehung des europäischen Bürgertums im Hochmittelalter (Darmstadt: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 346-348.

584.Alan Forey: The Military Orders. From the Twelfth to the Early Fourteenth Centuries (Toronto-Buffalo: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 358-359.

585.The Medieval Book of Birds. Hugh of Fouilloy's Aviarium. Edition, Translation and Commentary by Willene B. Clark (Binghamton, NY: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 376-377.

586.Olive Sayce: Plurilingualism in the Carmina Burana (Göppingen: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 378-380.

587. Douglas Kelly: The Art of Medieval French Romance (Madison: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 382-384.
588.L'imaginaire courtois et son double, éd. par G. Angeli et L. Forisano (Napoli-Roma-Milano: 1991), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 384-385.

589.Susan M. Johnson: The Lyrics of Richard de Semilli: A Critical Edition and Musical Transcription (Binghamton, New York: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 386-387.

590. Karin Hauer: Über den sin. Begehren und Gesetz in Wolframs Titurel (Vienna: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 398-400.

591.Van den vos Reynaerde. Mittelniederländisch / Neuhochdeutsch von Jan Willem Kloos (Amiens, France: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 409-410.

592.The Old Norse Elucidarius. Original Text and English Translation by Evelyn Scherabon Firchow (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 410-412.

593.Andrea Reichart: Alltagsleben im späten Mittelalter. Der Übergang zur frühen Neuzeit am Beispiel der Stadt Essen (Essen: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 419-420.

594.Latein und Volkssprache im deutschen Mittelalter. 1100-1500. Ed. Nikolaus Henkel and Nigel F. Palmer (Tübingen: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 451-454.

595.Ricarda Müller: Ein Frauenbuch des frühen Humanismus (Stuttgart: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 460-461.

596.Ulrike Wabnitz: Sanc ist der kvnst eyn gespiegelt trymz”. Herman der Damen und seine Dichtung (Amiens: 1992), Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 473-475.

597.A Legend of Holy Women. A Translation of Osbern Bokenham's 'Legends of Holy Women. Transl. and Introduced by Sheila Delany (Notre Dame: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 480-481.

598.Christopher Dean: A Study of Merlin in English Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present Day. The Devil's Son (Lewiston-Queenston-Lampeter: 1992),in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 483-484.

599.Medieval Literature of Poland. An Anthology, translated by Michael J. Mikós (New York-London: 1992)in: Mediaevistik 7 (1994), pp. 487-488.

600.Meta Niederkorn-Bruck: Die Melker Reform im Spiegel der Visitationen (Vienna-Munich: 1994), Ostbairische Heimatforschung 37 (1995), pp. 270-271.

601.Wolfger von Erla. Bischof von Passau.... Ed. E. Boshoff, F. P. Knapp (Heidelberg: 1994),in: Ostbairische Heimatforschung 37 (1995), pp. 276-277.

602.Maria E. Müeller: Jungfräulichkeit in Versepen des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts (Munich: 1995), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, January 16, 1996.

603.George F. Jones: German-American Names. 2nd ed. (Baltimore, MD: 1995), Schatzkammer XXI, 1& 2 (1995), pp.117-118.

604.Reflections and Action. Essays on the Bildungsroman. Ed. James N. Hardin (Columbus: 1991), Studia Neophilologica 67 (1995), pp. 260-262.

605.Dichtung des europäischen Mittelalters. Ed. Rolf Bräuer (Munich: 1991), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p. 57f.

606.R. G. Poole: Viking Poems on War and Peace (Toronto-Buffalo-London: 1991), : Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), pp. 58f.

607.Gisela Lohbeck: Wigalois. Struktur der “bezeichenunge” (Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: 1991), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), pp. 59f.

608.Albrecht von Eyb: Spiegel der Sitten, ed. Gerhard Klecha (Berlin: 1989), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p. 6.

609.Frauenlieder des Mittelalters. Zweisprachig. Transl. and ed. Ingrid Kasten (Stuttgart: 1990), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p. 62.

610.Reinhard Pawis: Johannes Hartliebs ‘Alexander’ (Munich: 1991), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), pp. 63f.

611.Wilhelm Volkert: Adel bis Zunft. Ein lexikon des Mittelalters (Munich: 1991), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p. 64.

612.Moriz von Craûn, ed. and transl. by Stephanie Cain Van D'Elden (New York- London: 1990),Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p.65f.

613.Jörg Wickram: Der Goldfaden (1557). The Golden Thread. The First English Translation by Pierre Kaufke (Pensacola: 1991), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p. 66.

614. Romane des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts. Nach den Erstdrucken mit sämtlichen Holzschnitten. Hg. von Jan-Dirk Müller (Frankfurt a.M.: 1990), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p. 67.

615.Hans Rosenplüt: Reimpaarsprüche und Lieder. Hg. von Jörn Reichel (Tübingen: 1990), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), p. 68.
 
616. Rolf Bräuer et al.: Geschichte der deutschen Literatur. Mitte des 12. bis Mitte des 13. Jahrhunderts (Berlin: 1990), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), pp. 68-70.

617.Rudolf Simek: Erde und Kosmos im Mittelalter (Munich: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 1 (1996), pp. 70f.

618.Wilhelm Kühlmann, Hg.: Rudolf Agricola: 1444-1485 (Berne-et al.: 1994), Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 30 (1995), pp. 159-161.
619.Franz M. Eybl: Abraham a Sancta Clara. Vom Prediger zum Schriftsteller (Tübingen: 1992), Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 77, 2 (1995), pp. 493-495.

620.Kim Vivian, Frank Tobin, Richard H. Lawson: McGraw-Hill Anthology of German Literature. Vol. I: Early Middle Ages to Storm and Stress (New York et al.: 1994), Unterrichtspraxis 28, 2 (1995), pp. 220-222.

621.Die Romane von dem Ritter mit dem Löwen. Ed. Xenja von Ertzdorff (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1994), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review Febr. 27, 1996.

622.Ulf Dirlmeier, Andreas Gestrich et al.: Kleine deutsche Geschichte (Stuttgart: 1995), German Studies Review XIX, 1 (1996), pp. 151f.

623.Modernes Mittelalter. Neue Bilder einer populären Epoche. Hg. von Joachim Heinzle (Frankfurt a.M.: 1994), German Studies Review XIX, 1 (1996), pp. 152f.

624.Walter Haug: Brechungen auf dem Weg zur Individualität (Tübingen: 1995), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review March 27, 1996.

625.D. H. Green: Medieval Listening and Reading. The Primary Reception of German Literature 800-1300 (Cambridge: 1994), Monatshefte 88, 1 (1996), 101-104.

626.Victor G. Doerksen: Ludwig Uhland and the Critics (Columbia, S.C.: 1994), Studia Neophilologica 68 (1996), pp. 131-132.

627. Frank Tobin: Mechthild von Magdeburg. A Medieval Mystic in Modern Eyes (Columbia, S.C.: 1995), Studia Neophilologica 68 (1996), pp. 129-130.

628.The Future of Germanistik in the USA. Changing our Perpective. Ed. John A. McCarthy and Katrin Schneider (Nashville, TN: 1996), German Studies Review 19, 2 (1996), pp. 401-403.

629. Gesine Lübben: “Ich singe daz wir alle werden vol”. Das Steinmar-Oeuvre in der Manessischen Liederhandschrift (Stuttgart: 1994), Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 30, 2 (1995), pp. 160-163.

630. Horst Fuhrmann: Überall ist Mittelalter. Von der Gegenwart einer vergangenen Zeit (Munich: 1995), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review 25 May 1996. 

631. Analogon Rationis. Festschrift für Gerwin Marahrens. Hg. von M. Henn und Ch. Lorey (Edmonton: 1994), Seminar XXXII, 2 (1996), pp. 155-158.

632. Gender and Text in the Later Middle Ages. Ed. Jane Chance (Gainesville-Tallahassee: 1996), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review 10 June 1996.

633. Herbert Guggenberger: Albrechts Jüngerer Titurel. Studien zur Minnethematik und zur Werkkonzeption (Göppingen: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 2 (1996), pp. 114-115.

634. Fiktionalität im Artusroman. Hg. von Volker Mertens und Friedrich Wolfzettel (Tübingen: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 2 (1996), pp. 115-117.

635. Robert C. Conard: Understanding Heinrich Böll (Columbia, S.C.: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 2 (1996), pp. 117-119.

636. Reisen und Reiseliteratur im Mittelalter und in der Frühen Neuzeit, ed. Xenja von Ertzdorff and Dieter Neukirch (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 27, 2 (1996), pp. 119-120. 

637. Werner Bellmann, Hg.: Das Werk Heinrich Bölls. Bibliographie mit Studien zum Frühwerk (Opladen: 1995), Wirkendes Wort 46, 2 (1996), pp. 354-355.

638. D. L. D'Avray: Death and the Prince. Memorial Preaching before 1350 (Oxford: 1994), Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 31, 1 (1996), pp. 152-155.

639. ‘Aufführung’ und ‘Schrift’ in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit. Ed. Jan-Dirk Müller (Stuttgart-Weimar: 1996), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review Nov. 7, 1996.

640. Bertrand Michael Buchmann: Daz jemant singet oder sait... Das volkstümliche Lied als Quelle zur Mentalitätsgeschichte des Mittelalters (Frankfurt a.M.: 1994), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 41 (1996), pp. 115-116.

641. Hilkert Weddige: Koninc Ermenrîkes Dôt. Die niederdeutsche Flugschrift 'Van Dirick van dem Berne' und 'Van Juncker Baltzer'. Überlieferung, Kommentar, Interpretation (Tübingen: 1995), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 41 (1996), pp. 116-117.

642. Susanne Fritsch-Staar: Unglückliche Ehefrauen. Zum deutschsprachigen malmariée-Lied (Berlin: 1995), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 41 (1996), pp. 125-126.

643 Emilie Amt, ed.: Women's Lives in Medieval Europe. A Sourcebook (New York: London: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 231-232.

644. Philippe Contamine et al.: L'économie médiévale (Paris: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 246-248.

645. William Chester Jordan: Women and Credit in Pre-Industrial and Developing Societies (Philadelphia: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 255-256.

646. Eric Jager: The Tempter's Voice. Language and the Fall in Medieval Literature (Ithaca-London: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 263-266.

647. Peter L. Allen: The Art of Love. Amatory Fiction from Ovid to the Romance of the Rose (Philadelphia: 1992), Mediaevistik 8 (1996), pp. 283-285..

648/649. Upon my Husband's Death. Widows in the Literature and Histories of Medieval Europe. Ed. Louise Mirrer (Ann Arbor: 1992), and History of Medieval Europe Medieval London Widows, 1300-1500. Ed. C. M. Barron and A. F. Sutton (London-Rio Grande: 1994), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 285-288.

650. Mittelalter. Annäherungen an eine fremde Zeit. Hg. von Wilfried Hartmann (Regensburg: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 304-305.

651. Evamaria Engel: Die deutsche Stadt des Mittelalters (München: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 349-351.

652. Benedikt Konrad Vollmann: Ruodlieb (Darmstadt: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 372-373.

653. John Tolan: Petrus Alfonsi and his Medieval Readers (Gainesville-Tallahassee-et al.: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 373-375.

654. Lambertus Okken: Kommentar zur Artusepik Hartmanns von Aue (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 400-403.

655. Wernher der Gartenaere: Helmbrecht. 10. Aufl. besorgt von Hans-Joachim Ziegeler (Tübingen: 1993), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 404-405.

656. Helmut Birkhan: Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal vom Stricker. Aus dem Mhdt. übertragen, mit einer Einführung und Anmerkungen (Kettwig: 1992), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 482-484.

657. William Langland: Piers the Plowman. A new translation by A.V.C. Schmidt (Oxford-New York: 1992), Mediaevistik 8 (1995), pp. 488-489.

658. James A. Rushing, Jr.: Images of Adventure. Ywain in the Visual Arts (Philadelphia: 1995), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review Dec. 1, 1996.

659. The Lament of the Nibelungen (Div Chlage). Trans. and with an introduction by Winder McConnell (Columbia, S.C.: 1994), American Journal of Germanic Linguistics & Literatures 8, 1 (1996), pp. 105-108.

660. O. B. Hardison, Jr., and Leon Golden: Horace for Students of Literature (Gainesville-et al.: 1995), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 15 (1996), pp. 89-90. 

661. Valerie I. J. Flint: The Imaginative Landscape of Christopher Columbus (Princeton: 1992), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 15 (1996), pp. 87-89.

662. Wolf-Dieter Lange, ed.: Diesseits- und Jenseitsreisen im Mittelalter (Bonn: 1992), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 15 (1996), pp. 93-95.

663. José Rabasa: Inventing America. Spanish Historiography and the Formation of Eurocentrism (Norman-London: 1993), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 15 (1996), pp. 97-99.

664. Hartmut Bookmann: Fürsten, Bürger, Edelleute. Lebensbilder aus dem späten Mittelalter (München: Beck, 1994), German Studies Review XIX, 3 (1996), pp. 545-547.

665. Jacques Ferrand: A Treatise on Lovesickness. Transl. and Ed. and with a Critical Introduction and Notes by D. A. Beecher and M. Ciavolella (Syracuse, NY: 1990), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 1-3.

666. Helmut Birkhan: Die alchemistische Lehrdichtung des Gratheus filius philosophi in Cod. Vind. 2372 (Vienna: 1992), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 3-6.

667. Dichtung des europäischen Mittelalters. Ed. Rolf Bräuer (Munich: 1991), Synopsis 4 (1992-1996), pp. 7-9.

668. Curialitas. Studien zu Grundfragen der höfisch-ritterlichen Kultur. Ed. Josef Fleckenstein (Göttingen: 1990), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 20-23.

669. Linda Gowans: Am Bròn Binn. An Arthurian Ballad in Scottish Gaelic (Eastbourne: 1992), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 23-25.

670. Innovation und Originalität. Hg. Walter Haug und Burghart Wachinger (Tübingen: 1993), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 28-30.

671. Wilhelmsepen. Le Couronnement de Louis, Le Charroi de Nîmes, La Prise d'Orange. Eingeleitet von Michael Heintze, übersetzt von Bodo Hesse (Munich: 1993), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 30-32.

672. Bernhard Jussen: Patenschaft und Adoption im frühen Mittelalter (Göttingen: 1991), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 36-38.

673. Webber, Philip E.: A Late Medieval Devotional Anthology From Salzburg (“Nonnberg Passion”: Huntington Library HM 195). Commentary and Edition (Göppingen: 1990), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 66-67.

674. Politische Tugendlehre und Regierungskunst. Studien zum Fürstenspiegel der frühen Neuzeit. Hg. von Hans-Otto Mühleisen und Theo Stammen (Tübingen: 1990), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 58-60.

675. Witches, Devils, and Doctors in the Renaissance. John Weyer: De praestigiis daemonum. General Editor George Mora (Binghamton, NY: 1991), Synopsis 4 (1992-96), pp. 88-91.

676. Guido Schneider: er nam den spiegel in die hant, als in sîn wîsheit lêrte. Zum Einfluß klerikaler Hofkritiken und Herrschaftslehren auf den Wandel höfischer Epik in groß- und kleinepischen Dichtungen des Stricker (Essen: 1994), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 46 (1996), pp. 220-224.

677. Jan-Dirk Müller, Hg.: Wissen für den Hof. Der spätmittelalterliche Verschriftlichungsprozeß am Beispiel Heidelberg im 15. Jahrhundert (München: 1994), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 46 (1996), pp. 224-228.

678. Nürnberger Prosa-Äsop. Hg. von Klaus Grubmüller (Tübingen: 1994), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 46 (1996), pp. 228-229.

679. L'evoluzione delle città italiane nell' XI secolo, a cura diRenato Bordone e Jörg Jarnut (Bologna: 1988), Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 75, 1 (1993), pp. 224-225.

680. Jean L. C. Putmans: Tristan. Gottfried von Straßburg (Heerlen (Niederlande): Data Mediaevis, 1995), Tristania XVII (1996), pp. 160-163.

681. Tristan and Isolde. A Casebook. Ed. Joan Tasker Grimbert (New York-London: 1995), Tristania XVII (1996), pp. 163-166.

682. Tristan - Tristrant. Mélanges en l’honneur de Danielle Buschinger. Ed. A. Crépin et W. Spiewok (Greifswald: 1996), Tristania XVII (1996), pp. 177-181; also in: Studien zur Germanistik 17 (1996): 177-81.

683. Volker Riedel: Literarische Antikerezeption. Aufsätze und Vorträge (Jena: 1996), Wirkendes Wort 46, 3 (1996), pp. 515-516.

684. Heinz Duchhardt, Richard A. Jackson, David Sturdy (eds.): European Monarchy. Its Evolution and Practice from Roman Antiquity to Modern Times (Stuttgart: 1992), MIÖG 104 (1996), pp. 348-349.

685. Ottavio Clavuot: Biondos “Italia Illustrata” - Summa oder Neuschöpfung? (Tübingen: 1990), MIÖG 104 (1996), pp. 387-388.

686. Kaiser Friedrich III. (1440-1493) in seiner Zeit. Ed. Paul-Joachim Heinig (Cologne-Weimar-Vienna: 1993), MIÖG 104 (1996), pp. 389-392.

687. Jörg Mauz S.J.: Ulrich Molitoris. Ein süddeutscher Humanist und Rechtsgelehrter (Vienna: 1992), MIÖG 104 (1996), pp. 398-400.

688. Bernd Hausberger: Jesuiten aus Mitteleuropa im kolonialen Mexiko (Vienna-Munich: 1995), MIÖG 104 (1996), pp. 412-414.

689. Karin Kranich-Hofbauer: Der Starkenbergische Rotulus. Handschrift - Edition - Interpretation (Innsbruck: 1994), Fifteenth-Century Studies 23 (1997), pp. 285-287.

690. Werner Marold: Kommentar zu den Liedern Oswalds von Wolkenstein, bearbeitet und herausgegeben von Alan Robertshaw (Innsbruck: 1995), Fifteenth-Century Studies 23 (1997), pp. 287-288.

691. Joachim Bumke: Die vier Fassungen der Nibelungenklage (Berlin-New York: 1996), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review March 11, 1997.

692. Günther Schweikle: Minnesang in neuer Sicht (Stuttgart: 1994), German Studies Review XX, 1 (1997), p. 139.

693. Gerd Althoff: Spielregeln der Politik im Mittelalter. Kommunikation in Frieden und Fehde (Darmstadt: 1997), Bryn Mawr Medieval Review April 27, 1997.

694. Helmut de Boor: Die deutsche Literatur im späten Mittelalter. 5th ed. by Johannes Janota (Munich: 1997), in Bryn Mawr Medieval Review May 5, 1997.

695. Erika A. Metzger and Michael M. Metzger: Reading Andreas Gryphius. Critical Trends 1664-1993 (Columbia, S.C.: 1994), German Studies Review XX, 2 (1997), pp. 322f.
 
696. Vestigia Monasteriensia. Westfalen - Rheinland - Niederlande. Ed. E. Widder, M. Mersiowsky and P. Johanek (Bielefeld: 1995), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 105 (1997), pp. 250f.

697. Ingrid Baumgärtner, ed.: Consilia im späten Mittelalter (Sigmaringen: 1995), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 105 (1997), pp. 208-210.

698. Föderationsmodelle und Unionsstrukturen. Über Staatenverbindungen in der frühen Neuzeit vom 15. zum 18. Jahrhundert. Ed. Thomas Fröschl (Vienna-Munich: 1995), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 105 (1997), pp. 210f.

699. Lothar Kolmer, ed., Der Tod des Mächtigen. Kult und Kultur des Todes spätmittelalterlicher Herrscher (Paderborn-et al.: 1997),in: The Medieval Review July 31, 1997.

700. Hilkert Weddige: Mittelhochdeutsch. Eine Einführung (Munich: 1996), Unterrichtspraxis 30, 1 (1997), pp. 112f.

701. Individuum und Individualität im Mittelalter. Hg. von J. A. Aertsen und A. Speer (Berlin-New York: 1996), Michigan Germanic Studies 20, 2 (1994; appeared in 1997), pp. 178-183.

702. Joan M. Ferrante: To the Glory of her Sex. Women’s Roles in the Composition of Medieval Texts (Bloomington-Indianapolis: 1997), The Medieval Review 9-3-97, 97. 09. 01 (6 pp.).

703. Nine Robijntje Miedema: Die ‘Mirabilia Romae’. Untersuchungen zu ihrer Überlieferung mit Edition der deutschen und niederländischen Texte (Munich: 1996), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 47 (1997), pp. 235-237.

704. Horst Brunner, Gerhard Hahn, Ulrich Müller, Franz Viktor Spechtler: Walther von der Vogelweide. Epoche - Werk - Wirkung, Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 47 (1997), pp. 238-239.

705. Christian Rogowski: Distinguished Outsider Robert Musil and His Critics (Columbia, S.C.: 1994), Germanic Notes and Reviews 28, 2 (1997), S. 142-144.

706. Hugh Powell: Louise von Gall: Her World and Work (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 28, 2 (1997), S. 144-145.

707. Adelbert von Chamisso: Peter Schlemihl. Reprint of the Original Translation by Sir John Browning and with a New Introduction by Wulf Koepke (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 28, 2 (1997), S. 145-146.

708. Kulturthema Fremdheit. Leitbegriffe und Problemfelder kulturwissenschaftlicher Fremdheitsforschung, hg. von A. Wierlacher (Munich: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 28, 2 (1997), S. 148-149.

709. Fritz Peter Knapp: Die Literatur des Früh- und Hochmittelalters in den Bistümern Passau, Salzburg, Brixen und Trient (Graz: 1994), Studia Neophilologica 69 (1997), pp. 122-124.

710. David Scrase: Understanding Johannes Bobrowski (Columbia, S.C.: 1995), Studia Neophilologica 69 (1997), pp. 125-126.

711. Richard C. Hoffmann: Fishers’ Craft & Lettered Art. Tracts on Fishing from the End of the Middle Ages (Toronto-Buffalo-London: 1997), The Medieval Review 10-20-97.

712. Erhard Jörn, Rudolf Jörn: Das Meisterlied von Goslar (Hildesheim: 1992), Jahrbuch für deutsche Volksliedforschung 42 (1997), pp. 138-139.

713. Leben im 16. Jahrhundert. Lebenslauf und Lieder des Hauptmanns Georg Niege . Hg. und kommentiert von Brage Bei der Wieden (Berlin: 1996), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 42 (1997), pp. 139-140.

714. Gerda Jordan: Deutsche Kultur in Epochen (New York: 1996), Schatzkammer XXIII, 1&2 (1997), pp. 153-155.

715. Christoph Gutknecht and Lutz J. Rölle: Translating by Factors (Albany: 1996), Schatzkammer XXIII, 1&2 (1997), pp. 157-159.

716. Ignaz Pfefferkorn: Beschreibung der Landschaft Sonora. Hg. Ingo Schröder (Bonn: 1996), German-American Yearbook 31 (1996), pp. 215-216.

717. Manuels, programmes de cours et techniques d’enseignement dans les universités médiévales, ed. Jacqueline Hamesse (Louvain-La-Neuve: 1994), Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 32, 2 (1997), pp. 126-128.

718. Mensa philosophica. Faksimile und Kommentar. Ed. Erwin Rauner et al. (Tübingen: 1995), The Medieval Review (internet) 17 Dec. 1997.

719. Sabine Obermaier: Von Nachtigallen und Handwerkern. ‘Dichtung über Dichtung’ in Minnesang und Sangspruchdichtung (Tübingen: 1995), Poetica 29, 1-2 (1997), pp. 306-311.

720. Volker Schupp, Hans Szklenar: Ywain auf Schloß Rodenegg (Sigmaringen: 1996), The Medieval Review (internet) 13 Jan. 1998.

721. Frankfurter Dirigierrolle. Frankfurter Passionsspiel. Mit den Paralleltexten.... Ed. Johannes Janota (Tübingen: 1996), Daphnis 26 (1997), pp. 525-527.

722. Hans-Jörg Künast: “Getruckt zu Augspurg”. Buchdruck und Buchhandel in Augsburg zwischen 1468 und 1555 (Tübingen: 1997), Daphnis 26 (1997), pp. 528-530.

723. Stephan Maksymiuk: The Court Magician in Medieval German Romance (Frankfurt a.M.: 1996), German Studies Review XX (1997), pp. 433f.

724. Death in Towns. Urban Responsibilities to the Dying and the Dead, 100-1600. Ed. S. Bassett (London-New York: 1992/95), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 241-243.

725. Framing Medieval Bodies, ed. Sarah Kay & Miri Rubin (Manchester-New York: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 249-251.

726. Roger Bartra: Wild Men in the Looking Glass. The Mythic Origins of European Otherness. Trans. C. T. Berrisford (Ann Arbor: 1994), in: Medieavistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 254-256.

727. Medieval Folklore. Vol. III. Ed. F. Canadé-Sautman et al. (Lewiston: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 256f.

728. Gareth Roberts: The Mirror of Alchemy. Alchemical Ideas and Images in Manuscripts and Books (Toronto-Buffalo: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996), pp. 270f..
 
729. The Writings of Medieval Women. An Anthology. Second Edition. Translations and Introductions by Marcelle Thiébaux (New York-London: 1994), Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 278-280.

730. Die Romane von dem Ritter mit dem Löwen. Ed. Xenja von Ertzdorff (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 281-283.

731-734. Matthias Pfaffenbichler: Amourers; John Cherry: Goldsmiths; Christopher de Hamel: Scribes and Illuminators; Elizabeth Eames: English Tilers (all 4: Toronto-Buffalo: 1992), Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 286-288.

735. Jane Chance: Medieval Mythography. From Roman North Africa to the School of Chartres, A.D. 433-1177 (Gainesville, FL.,-et al.: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 321-323.

736. Dorothea Walz: Das Falkenbuch Friedrichs II. (Graz: 1994), in: Mediävistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 352f.

737. Marie de France: Fables. Ed. and trans. by Harriet Spiegel (Toronto-Buffalo-London: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 353f.

738. E. Jane Burns: Bodytalk. When Women Speak in Old French Literature (Philadelphia: 1993), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 354-356.

739. Wolfram von Eschenbach: Titurel, a cura di Michael Dallapiazza, trad. di Lucia Antonini (Torino: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 362f..

740. Claire Donovan: The Winchester Bible (Toronto-Buffalo: 1993), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 367f.

741. The Rusted Hauberk. Feudal Ideals of Order and Their Decline. Ed. L. O. Purdon and C. L. Vitto (Gainesville-et al.: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 378-380.

742. Paul F. Gehl: A Moral Art. Grammar, Society, and Culture in Trecento Florence (Ithaca-London: 1993), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 380f.

743. Tilman Nagel:Timur der Eroberer und die islamische Welt des späten Mittelalters (München: 1993), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 383-384.

744. Meister Eckhart and the Beguine Mystics. Ed. Bernard McGinn (New York: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 397-399.

745. La femme dans la vie religieuse du Languedoc (XIIIe-XIVe s.) (Toulouse: 1988), Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 402f..

746. François Villon: Complete Poems. Ed. with English Translation and Commentary by Barbara N. Sargent-Baur (Toronto: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 431-433.

747. Tracy Barrett: Cecco. As I am and Was: The Poems of Cecco Angiolieri (Boston: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 433f.

748. Mariken van Nieumeghen. A Bilingual Edition, by Therese Decker and Martin W. Walsh (Columbia, S.C.: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 446f.

749. Mary-Jo Arn: Fortunes Stabilnes. Charles of Orleans's English Book of Love. A Critical Edition (Binghamton: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 453f.

750. Nicola Coldstream: The Decorated Style. Architecture and Ornament 1240-1360 (Toronto-Buffalo: 1994), in: Mediaevistik 9 (1996/97), pp. 459f.

751. Dagmar Mikasch-Köthner: Zur Konzeption der Tristanminne bei Eilhart von Oberg und Gottfried von Straβburg (Stuttgart: 1991), Tristania XVIII (1998), pp. 118-120.

752. Marion E. Gibbs, Sidney M. Johnson: Medieval German Literature. A Companion (New York-London: 1997), The Medieval Review 23 Febr. 1998 (TMR 98. 02. 10).

753. Annette Volfing: Heinrich von Mügeln ‘Der mide kranz’. A Commentary (Tübingen: 1997), Leuvense Bijdragen 86 (1997), pp. 377f.

754. Jerold C. Frakes: Brides and Doom. Gender, Property, and Power in Medieval German Women’s Epic (Philadelphia: 1994), Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 117, 1 (1988), pp. 112-115.

755. Erich Straßner: Deutsche Sprachkultur. Von der Barbarensprache zur Weltsprache (Tübingen: 1995), Germanic Notes and Reviews, 29 (1998), pp. 55-57.

756. Hadumod Bußmann, Renate Hof, Hgg.: Genus. Zur Geschlechterdifferenz in den Kulturwissenschaften (Stuttgart: 1995), Germanic Notes and Reviews, 29 (1998), pp. 57-58.

757. England and Germany in the High Middle Ages. Ed. Alfred Haverkamp and Hanna Vollrath (Oxford: 1996), German Studies Review 21, 1 (1998), pp. 115-116.

758. England and Germany in the High Middle Ages. Ed. Alfred Haverkamp and Hanna Vollrath (London: 1996), German Studies Review 21, 1 (1998), pp. 115-116.

759. Ernst Schubert: Fahrendes Volk im Mittelalter (Bielefeld: 1995), German Studies Review 21, 1 (1998), pp. 116-118.

760. Michael Wittschier: Es wa(h)r einmal... Märchen-Philosophie. Philosophieunterricht - Sekundarstufe II. Kurs Ethik (Düsseldorf: 1997), Märchenspiegel 8, 4 (1997), p. 126f.

761. Rüdiger Schnell: Suche nach Wahrheit. Gottfrieds “Tristan und Isold” als erkenntniskritischer Roman (Tübingen: 1992), Speculum 69, 4 (1994), pp. 1269-1271.

762. Manfred Kern: Agamemnon weint oder arthurische Metamorphose und trojanische Destruktion im “Göttweiger Trojanerkrieg (Erlangen: 1995), Speculum 72, 2 (1997), pp. 510-511.

763. Dieter Breuer, Jürgen Breuer: Mit spaeher rede. Politische Geschichte im Nibelungenlied (Munich: 1995), Seminar 34, 2 (1998), pp. 151-153.

764. Life’s Golden Tree. Essays in German Literature from the Renaissance to Rilke (Columbia, S.C.: 1996), Seminar 34, 2 (1998), pp. 155-157.

765. Reimar Gilsenbach: Weltchronik der Zigeuner. Part 1: Von den Anfängen bis 1599 (Frankfurt a.M.: 1997), The Medieval Review 29 May 1998 (Internet).

766. Aussenseiter zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit. Festschrift für Hans-Jürgen Goertz zum 60. Geburtstag. Ed. N. Fischer and M. Kobelt-Groch (Leiden-New York-Cologne: 1997), The Medieval Review 3 June 1998 (Internet).

767. Gerhard Dohrn-van Rossum: History of the Hour. Clocks and Modern Temporal Orders (Chicago-London: 1996), The Medieval Review 11 June 1998 (Internet).

768. Angelika Jakob: Liebe im falschen Schuh (Paderborn: 1997), Trans-Lit VII, 1 (1998), pp. 65-66.
769. Lisa Kahn: Kälbchen-Geschichten (Frankfurt a.M.: 1997), Trans-Lit VII, 1 (1998), pp. 66-67.

770. Spannungen und Widersprüche. Gedenkschrift für František Graus. Ed. Susanna Burghartz et al. (Sigmaringen: 1992), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 106 (1998), pp. 181-183.

771. Mark Häberlein/Michaela Schmölz-Häberlein: Die Erben der Welser. Der Karibikhandel der Augsburger Firma Obwexer im Zeitalter der Revolutionen (Augsburg: 1995), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 106 (1998), pp.242-243.

772. Janice M. Pinder, ed.: The Life of Saint Francis of Assisi. A Critical Edition of the Ms Paris, Bibl. Nat. fonds. 2094 (Rome: 1995), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 106 (1998), pp. 242-243.

773. Hartmann von Aue: Der arme Heinrich. 16th rev. ed. K. Gärtner (Tübingen: 1996), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCIC, 1 (1998), p. 103.

774. Hans-Albrecht Koch: Neuere deutsche Literaturwissenschaft. Eine praxisorientierte Einführung für Anfänger (Darmstadt: 1997), German Studies Review 21, 2 (1998), pp. 348f.

775. Animals in the Middle Ages. A Book of Essays. Ed. Nona C. Flores (New York-London: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 244f.

776. Food in the Middle Ages. A Book of Essays. Ed. Melitta Weiss Adamson (New York-London: 1995), Mediaevistik 10, (1997), pp. 245-247.

777. Voicing Medieval Women. An Anthology of Texts By, About, and For Women in the Middle Ages. Ed. J. Wogan-Browne et al. (Provo: 1996), in Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 268-269.

778. Sanctity and Motherhood. Essays on Holy Mothers in the Middle Ages. Ed. by Anneke B. Mulder-Bakker (New York-London: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 294-297.

779. Laura Light: Catalogue of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts in the Houghton Library Harvard University. Vol. 1 (Binghampton, N.Y.: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 307-308.

780. Towards a Synthesis. Essays on the New Philology. Ed. Keith Busby (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1993), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 309-311

781. Translators through History. Ed. and Directed by Jean Delisle, Judith Woodsworth (Amsterdam-Philadelphia: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 311-313.

782. Gay and Lesbian Poetry. An Anthology from Sappho to Michelangelo. Ed. James J. Wilhelm (New York-London: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 313-315.

783. June Hall McCash, ed.: The Cultural Patronage of Medieval Women (Athens, GA: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 315-316.

784. The New Arthurian Encyclopedia. Ed. Norris J. Lacy (New York-London: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 316-317.

785. King Arthur. A Casebook. Ed. Edward Donald Kennedy (New York-London: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 317-319.

786. Sô wold ich in fröiden singen. Festgabe für Anthonius H. Touber zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. C. Dauven-van Knippenberg, H. Birkhan (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 327-328.

787. Brian Stock: Listening for the Text. On the Uses of the Past (Philadelphia: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 346-348.

788. Medieval Christian Perceptions of Islam. Ed. John V. Tolan (New York-London: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 348-350.

789. R. I. Page: Chronicles of the Vikings. Records, Memorials and Myths (Bath: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 357-358.

790. Keith Sidwell: Reading Medieval Latin (Cambridge: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 366-367.

791. Beda der Ehrwürdige. Kirchengeschichte des englischen Volkes. Hg. und übersetzt von Günter Spitzbart (Darmstadt: 1997), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 372-373.

792. The St. Gall Tractate: A Medieval Guide to Rhetorical Syntax. Ed. A. A. Grotans and D. W. Porter (Columbia, S.C.: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 374-376.

793. Bea Lundt, Hg.: Auf der Suche nach der Frau im Mittelalter (Munich: 1991), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 383-384.

794. C. Stephen Jaeger: The Envy of Angels. Cathedral Schools and Social Ideals in Medieval Europe, 950-1200 (Philadelphia: 1994), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 402-405.

795. Hubert Speckner: Dichtung und Wahrheit im Mittelalter. Das Leben der höfischen Gesellschaft im Spiegel der höfischen Literatur (Vienna: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 407-408.

796. Arthurian Romance and Gender, ed. Friedrich Wolfzettel (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 409-410.

797. Gudrun Theresia Stecher: Magnetismus im Mittelalter (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 410-412.

798. A Monk’s Confession. The Memoirs of Guibert of Nogent. Trans. and with an Introduction by Paul J. Archambault (University Park: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 413-414.

799. The Alexandreis of Walter of Châtillon. A verse translation by David Townsend (Philadelphia: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 418-419.

800. Handbook of the Troubadours. Ed. F. R. P. Akehurst and Judth M. Davis (Berkeley-Los Angeles-London: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 423-425.

801. Songs of the Women Troubadours, ed. and trans. by M. Tomaryn Bruckner et al. (New York-London: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 425-427.

802. Gale Sigal: Erotic Dawn-Songs of the Middle Ages. Voicing the Lyric Lady (Gainesville-Tallahassee: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 427-429.

803. Max Grosse: Das Buch im Roman. Studien zu Buchverweis und Autoritätszitat in altfranzösischen Texten (Munich: 1994), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 432-434.

804. The Knight of the Two Swords. Trans., with notes and commentary, by Ross G. Arthur and Noel L. Corbett (Gainesville-et al.: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 439-440.

805. James A. Schultz: The Knowledge of Childhood in the German Middle Ages, 1100-1350 (Philadelphia: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 443-445.

806. Ursula Storp: Väter und Söhne. Tradition und Traditionsbruch in der volkssprachlichen Literatur des Mittelalters (Essen: 1994), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 445-447.

807. Priest Konrad's Song of Roland. Translated and with an Introduction by J. W. Thomas (Columbia, S. C.: 1994), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 447-449.

808. CliftonHall and Samuel Coleman: Walther von der Vogelweide. A Complete Reference Work (Niwot, CO: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 449-450.

809-810. D. Eleanor Scully, Terence Scully: Early French Cookery. Sources, History, Original Recipes and Modern Adaptations (Ann Arbor: 1995); Constance B. Hieatt, Brenda Hosington, and Sharon Butler: Pleyn Delit. Medieval Cookery for Modern Cooks. 2nd ed. (Toronto-Buffalo-London: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 471-472.

811. Colin Platt: King Death. The Black Death and Its Aftermath in Late-Medieval England (Toronto-Buffalo: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 480-482.

812. Das Columbus-Projekt. Hg. von Winfried Wehle (München: 1995), Mediävistik 10 (1997), pp. 482-483.

813. Wilhelm Baum:Margarete Maultasch. Erbin zwischen den Mächten (Graz: 1994), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 485-486.

814. Jörg K. Hoensch: Kaiser Sigismund. Herrscher an der Schwelle zur Neuzeit 1368-1437 (Munich: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 486-488.

815. Wilhelm Baum et al.: Konziliarismus und Humanismus. Kirchliche Demokratisierungsbestrebungen im spätmittelalterlichen Österreich (Vienna: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 504-505.

816. Gertrud Jaron Lewis: By Women, for Women, about Women. The Sister-Books of Fourteenth-Century Germany (Toronto: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 515-517.

817. John Y. B. Hood: Aquinas and the Jews (Philadelphia: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 532-534.

818. Jeanette Beer, Kenneth Lloyd-Jones, ed.: Translation and the Transmission of Culture between 1300 and 1600 (Kalamazoo, MI: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 538-539.

819. Ursel Fischer: Meister Johans Hadloub. Autorbild und Werkkonzeption (Stuttgart: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 566-567.

820. Romy Günthart: Sebastian Münster: Spiegel der wyßheit (Munich: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 578-579.

821. Robert J. Blanch and Julian N. Wasserman: From Pearl to Gawain. Forme to Fynishment (Gainesville-et al.: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 584-586.

822. Literature and Religion in the Later Middle Ages. Philological Studies in Honor of Siegfried Wenzel. Ed. R. G. Newhauser and J. A. alford (Binghamton, N.Y.: 1995), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 593-594. 

823. Marianne E. Kalinke: The Book of Reykjahólar:The Last of the Great Medieval Legendaries (Toronto-Buffalo-London: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 596-598.

824. Creative Women in Medieval and Early Modern Italy, ed. Ann Matter and John Coakley (Philadelphia: 1994), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 603-605.

825. P. D. A. Harvey: Mappa Mundi. The Hereford World Map (Toronto-Buffalo: 1996), Mediaevistik 10 (1997), pp. 606-607.

826. Peter Dinzelbacher: Angst im Mittelalter (Paderborn-et al.: 1996), The Medieval Review 4 Sept. 1998.

827. Hans-Jochen Schiewer: ‘Die Schwarzwald Predigten’. Entstehungs- und Überlieferungsgeschichte der Sonntags- und Heiligenpredigten (Tübingen: 1996), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanisti 50 (1998), pp. 228-229.

828. Kathleen Foley-Beining: The Body and Eucharistic Devotion in Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg’s “Meditations” (Columbia, S.C.: 1997), Studia Neophilologica 70 (1998), pp. 122-123.
829. Jörg Roche/Thomas Salumets, Eds.: Germanics under Construction (Munich: 1996), Studia Neophilologica 70 (1998), pp. 124-126.

830. Holger Höcke: Willehalm-Rezeption in der Arabel Ulrichs von dem Türlin (Frankfurt a.M.: 1996), Seminar 34, 3 (1998), pp. 304-305.

831. Meinolf Schumacher: Sündenschmutz und Herzensreinheit. Studien zur Metaphorik der Sünde in lateinischer und deutscher Literatur des Mittelalters (Munich: 1996), Seminar 34, 3 (1998), pp. 307-309.

832. Peter Dinzelbacher: Bernhard von Clairvaux. Leben und Werk des berühmten Zisterzienser (Darmstadt: 1998), The Medieval Review 4 Nov. 1998 (Internet).

833. Jens Köhler: Der Wechsel. Textstruktur und Funktion einer mittelhochdeutschen Liedgattung (Heidelberg: 1997), Wirkendes Wort 48, 2 (1998), pp. 290-291.

834. Edwin Lüer: Aurum und Aurora. Ludwig Tiecks “Runenberg” und Jakob Böhme (Heidelberg: 1997), Wirkendes Wort 48, 2 (1998), pp. 295-296.

835. Johan Nowé: Wir wellen haben ein spil. Zur Geschichte des Dramas im deutschen Mittelalter (Leuven: 1997), Leuvense Bijdragen 87 (1998), pp. 257-258.

836. Fremdes wahrnehmen - fremdes Wahrnehmen. Ed. W. Harms and C. Stephen Jaeger (Stuttgart: 1997), Leuvense Bijdragen 87 (1998), pp. 259-263.

837. Susanne Rikl: Erzählen im Kontext von Affekt und Ratio. Studien zu Konrads von Würzburg ‘Partonopier und Meliûr’ (Frankfurt a.M.: 1996), Seminar 34, 4 (1998), pp. 438-440.

838. Fritz Peter Knapp: Historie und Fiktion in der mittelalterlichen Gattungspoetik (Heidelberg: 1997), Seminar 34, 4 (1998), pp. 441-442.

839. Quellenkunde zur deutschen Geschichte im Spätmittelalter. Hg. Von Winfried Dotzauer (Darmstadt: 1996), Fifteenth-Century Studies 24 (1998), pp. 276-278.

840. Walther von der Vogelweide: Gedichte. 11. Aufl., hg. von Silvia Rawanake. Teil 1: Der Spruchdichter (Tübingen: 1997), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 43 (1998), pp. 139-140.

841. Lied im deutschen Mittelalter. Überlieferung, Typen, Gebrauch. Ed. C. Edwards, E. Hellgardt and N. H. Ott (Tübingen: 1996), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 43 (1998), pp. 140-143.

842. Eckart Conrad Lutz: Das Dießenhofener Liederblatt. Ein Zeugnis späthöfischer Kultur (Freiburg i. Br.: 1994), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 43 (1998), pp. 161-162.

843. Gaby Herchert: “Acker mir mein bestes Feld”. Untersuchungen zu erotischen Liederbuchliedern des späten Mittelalters (Münster-New York: 1996), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 43 (1998), pp. 162-164.
844. Gertrud Angermann: Anna von Quernheim (vor 1520-1590). Die erste bekannte Liederdichtertin Westfalens (Bielefeld: 1996), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 43 (1998), pp. 167-168; 44 (1999): 259-60.

845. Arthur Groos: Romancing the Grail. Genre, Science, and Quest in Wolfram’s ‘Parzival’ (Ithaca-London: 1995), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 16/17 (1995-1996), pp. 224-226.

846. Ann Rosalind Jones: The Currency of Eros. Women's Love Lyric in Europe, 1540- 1620 (Bloomington-Indianapolis: 1990), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 16/17 (1995-1996), pp. 229-233.

847. Tod im Mittelalter. Ed. A. Borst, G. v. Graevenitz et al. (Konstanz: 1993), Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 80, 2 (1998), pp. 491-492.

848. Michael Goodich, ed.: Other Middle Ages. Witnesses at the Margins of Medieval Society (Philadelphia: 1998), The Medieval Review 99.02.01.

849. Jean-Claude Schmitt: Ghosts in the Middle Ages (Chicago: 1998), The Medieval Review 99.02.18.

850. Urs Bitterli: Die Entdeckung Amerikas. Von Kolumbus bis Alexander von Humboldt (Munich: 1991), Germanic Notes and Reviews 30, 1 (1999), pp. 58-61.

851. H. M. Zijlstra-Zweens: Of his array telle I no lenger tale. Aspects of Costume, Arms and Armour in Western Europe 1200-1400 (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1988), Germanic Notes and Reviews 30, 1 (1999), pp. 60-61.

852. Stephan Fuchs: Hybride Helden: Gwigalois und Willehalm (Heidelberg: 1997), Seminar 35, 1 (1999), pp. 70-72.

853. The Alsfeld Passion Play. Translated with an Introduction by Larry E. West (Lewiston-Queenston-Lampeter: 1997), Daphnis 27, 2-3 (1998), pp. 464-466.

854. Margarete Hubrath: Schreiben und Erinnern. Zur “memoria” im Liber Specialis Gratiae Mechthilds von Hakeborn (Paderborn-Munich-et al.: 1996), The Medieval Review April 27, 1999.

855. Hans Bayer: Gottfried von Straßburg und der “Archipoeta”. Die literarische Masken eines Ehr- und Namenlosen (Hildesheim-Zürich: 1996), Mitteilungen des Österreichischen Instituts für Geschichtsforschung MIÖG 106 (1998), pp. 480-482.

856. Haiko Wandhoff: Der epische Blick. Eine mediengeschichtliche Studie zur höfischen Literatur (Berlin: 1996), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCIX, 3 (1998), pp. 349-353.

857. Kerstin Bartels: Musik in deutschen Texten des Mittelalters (Frankfurt a.M.: 1997), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCIX, 3 (1998), pp. 353-354.
858. Die Affekte und ihre Repräsentation in der deutschen Literatur der Frühen Neuzeit. Ed. Jean-Daniel Krebs (Bern-et al.: 1996), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen XCIX, 3 (1998), pp. 355-356.

859. Tuomas Heikkilä: Das Kloster Fulda und der Goslaer Rangstreit (Helsinki: 1998), The Medieval Review TMR 28 May 1999.

860. Hildegard von Bingen 1098-1179. Ed. H.-J. Kotzur (Mainz: 1998), The Medieval Review (Internet) 99. 06.17 (25 June 1999)

861. Heinrich Fichtenau: Heretics and Scholars in the High Middle Ages 1000-1200, trans. D. A. Kaiser (University Park, PA: 1998). TMR 99.06.16 (25 June 1999).

862. Anfänge und Entwicklung der deutschen Sprache im mittelalterlichen Schlesien. Hg. Gundolf Keil und Josef Joachim Menzel (Sigmaringen: 1995), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 107, 1-2 (1999), 188-190.

863. Katharina Bochsler: “Ich han da inne ungehortu ding gesehen”. Die Jenseitsvisionen Mechthilds von Magdeburg (Bern-et al.: 1997), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 107, 1-2 (1999), 204-206.

864. Convents Confront the Reformation: Catholic and Protestant Nuns in Germany. Introd. and ed. by Merry Wiesner-Hanks (Milwaukee, WI: 1996), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 107, 1-2 (1999), 260-261.

865. Josef Seger: Der Bauernkrieg im Hochstift Eichstätt (Regensburg: 1997), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 107, 1-2 (1999), 226-228.

866. Johannes Keller: Diu Crône Heinrichs von dem Türlin: Wunderketten, Gral und Tod (Bern-et al.: 1997), Seminar XXXV, 2 (1999), 155-157.

867. Andrea Rapp: bücher gar húbsch gemolt. Studien zur Werkstatt Diebold Laubers (Bern-Berlin-et al.: 1998), German Studies Review XXII, 1 (1999), 108-109.

868. Dürer and his Culture. Ed. by Dagmar Eichberger and Charles Zika (Cambridge: 1998), German Studies Review XXII, 2 (1999), 285-286.

869 and 870. Ann Marie Rasmussen: Mothers and Daughters in Medieval German Literature (Syracuse, NY: 1997), The German Quarterly 71, 4 (1998), 393-394, and Tristania XIX (1999), 129-134.

871. John B. Friedman and Jesica M. Wegmann: Medieval Iconography. A Research Guide (New York-London: 1998), Tristania XIX (1999), 137-139.

872. Mark Chinca: Gottfried von Strassburg: Tristan (Cambridge-New York-Melbourne: 1997), Tristania XIX (1999), 141-145.

873. Kevin J. Harty: The Reel Middle Ages. Films about Medieval Europe (Jefferson, N.C.,-London: 1999), Tristania XIX (1999), 145-147.

874. Lisa Kahn: Flußbettworte/Fluvial Discourse (Lewiston, NY: 1998), Trans-Lit VIII, 1 (1999), 50-51.

875. Jelko Peters: Mittelalterliche Literatur in der Schule lesen. LernSprache Deutsch 5, 1-2 (1997) (Vienna: 1997), Unterrichtspraxis 32, 1 (1999), 98-99.

876. Martin Dinges: Stadtarmut in Bordeaux. 1525-1675. Alltag. Politik. Mentalitäten (Bonn: 1988), Archiv für Kulturgeschichte. 75, 1 (1993), pp. 234-236.

877. Mensch und Natur im Mittelalter. Ed. Albert Zimmermann and Andreas Speer. 2 Vols (Berlin-New York: 1991), Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 28, 1 (1993), 134-142.

878. Walter Salmen: Der Tanzmeister (Hildesheim-Zürich-New York: 1998), German Quarterly 72, 1 (1999), 78-79.

879. Katharina Bochsler: “Ich han da inne ungehortu ding gesehen”. Die Jenseitsvisionen Mechthilds von Magdeburg (Bern-et al.: 1997), Seminar XXXV, 3 (1999): 250-252.

880. Mediävistische Komparatistik. Festschrift für Franz Josef Worstbrock zum 60. Geburtstag. Ed. W. Harms and J.-D. Müller (Stuttgart-Leipzig: 1997), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 51 (1999): 209-212. 

881. Annette Volfing: Heinrich von Mügeln: ‘Der meide kranz’. A Commentary (Tübingen: 1997), Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 51 (1999): 212-214.

882. Horst-Dieter Schlosser, Hg.: Althochdeutsche Literatur. Eine Textauswahl mit Übertragungen (Berlin: 1998), Wirkendes Wort 49, 2 (1999): 310-311

883. Karin Tebben, ed.: Beruf: Schriftstellerin. Schreibende Frauen im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert (Göttingen: 1998), Wirkendes Wort 49, 2 (1999): 314-316..

884. Alfred Karnein: Amor est passio. Untersuchungen zum nicht-höfischen Liebesdiskurs des Mittelalters. Hg. von F. Wolfzettel (Trieste: 1997), The Medieval Review Oct. 23, 1999.

885. Thomas Kock, Rita Schlusemann, eds.: Laienlektüre und Buchmarkt im späten Mittelalter (Frankfurt a.M: 1997), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100, 1 (1999), pp. 116-117.

886. Kiril Petkov: Infidels, Turks, and Women: The South Slavs in the German Mind, ca. 1400-1600 (Frankfurt a.M.: 1997), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100, 1 (1999), pp. 118-119.

887. Mary Vandegrift Mills: The Pilgrimage Motif in the Works of the Medieval German Author Hartmann von Aue (Lewiston-et al.: 1996), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100, 1 (1999), pp. 120-121.

888. Sylvia Stevens: Family in Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Willehalm: mîner mâge triwe ist mir wol kuont (New York-et al.: 1997), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100, 3 (1999), pp. 358-359.

889. Horst Wenzel, ed.: Gespräche - Boten - Briefe. Körpergedächtnis und Schriftgedächtnis im Mittelalter (Berlin: 1997), German Quarterly 72, 2 (1999), pp. 185-187.

890. Felix Fabri: Die Sionspilger. Ed. Wieland Carls (Berlin: 1999), The Medieval Review Nov. 12, 1999 (internet).

891. Becoming Male in the Middle Ages. Ed. Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, Bonnie Wheeler (New York-London: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 185-188.

892. Alcuin Blamires: The Case for Women in Medieval Culture (Oxford: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 188-191.

893. Benjamin Arnold: Medieval Germany, 500-1300. A Political Interpretation (Toronto-Buffalo: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 202-204.

894. James Muldoon, ed.: Varieties of Religious Conversion in the Middle Ages (Gainesville-Tallahassee-et al.: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 206-209.

895. Medieval Women in Their Communities. Ed. Diane Watt (Toronto-Buffalo: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 211-213.

896. Harald Haferland and Michael Mecklenburg, ed.: Erzählungen in Erzählungen. Phänomene der Narration in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit (Munich: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 218-221.

897. Andreas Mielke: Nigra sum et formosa. Afrikanerinnen in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters (Stuttgart: 1992), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 226-228. 

898. John Scattergood: Reading the Past. Essays on Medieval and Renaissance Literature (Kill Lane, Co. Dublin- Portland, OR: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 229-230.

899. Michael Richter: The Formation of the Medieval West. Studies in the Oral Culture of the Barbarians (Dublin: 1994), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 256-260.

900. ‘The Fragility of Her Sex’?. Medieval Irish Women in Their European Context. Ed. C. E. Meek & M. K. Simms (Kill Lane, Co. Coublin-Portland, OR: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 272-274.

901. Horst Wenzel, ed.: Gespräche - Boten - Briefe (Berlin: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 284-287.

902. Karin Rinn: Liebhaberin, Königin, Zauberfrau. Studien zur Subjektstellung der Frau in der deutschen Literatur um 1200 (Göppingen: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 299-300.

903. Christine Kasper: Von miesen Rittern und sündhaften Frauen und solchen, die besser waren: Tugend- und Keuschheitsproben in der mittelalterlichen Literatur (Göppingen: 1995), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 300-302.

904. Marten Brandt: Gesellschaftsthematik und ihre Darstellung im Nibelungenlied und in seinen hochmittelalterlichen Adaptationen (Frankfurt a.M.: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 302-304.

905. Walter Kofler: Der Held im Heidenkrieg und Exil. Zwei Beiträge zur deutschen Spielmanns- und Heldendichtung (Göppingen: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 304-305.

906. Rudolf von Fenis: Die Lieder, unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des romanischen Einflusses, hg. von Olive Sayce (Göppingen: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 306-308.

907. Die Edda des Snorri Sturluson. Trans. Arnulf Krause (Stuttgart: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 310-311.

908. Jenny Jochens: Old Norse Images of Women (Philadelphia: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 311-314.

909. The Stranger in Medieval Society. F. R. P. Akehurst and Stephanie Cain Van D’Elden, eds. (Minneapolois-London: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 323-326.

910. Jennifer Ward: English Noblewomen in the Later Middle Ages (London-New York: 1992), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 329-331.

911. Kurt Flasch, Udo Reinhold Jeck: Das Licht der Vernunft. Die Anfänge der Aufklärung im Mittelalter (Munich: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 349-352.

912. Querelles. Jahrbuch für Frauenforschung 1997. Vol. 2. Ed. Gisela Bock and Margarete Zimmermann (Stuttgart: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 369-371. 

913. The Comedy of Eros. Medieval French Guides to the Art of Love, trans. Norman R. Shapiro. Sec. Ed. (Urbana-Chicago: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 372-373.

914. Laurence de Looze: Pseud-Autobiography in the Fourteenth Century (Gainesville-Tallahassee-et al.: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 382-384.

915. Eleonore von Österreich: Pontus und Sidonia. Hg. von Reinhard Hahn (Berlin: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 389-390.

916. Angela Mielke-Vandenhouten: Grafentochter-Gottesbraut. Konflikte zwischen Familie und Frömmigkeit in Bruder Hermanns Leben der Gräfin Yolande von Vianden (Munich: 1998), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 390-392.

917. Carola Kirschner: Hermen Bote. Städtische Literatur um 1500 zwischen Tradition und Innovation (Essen: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 395-398.

918. Sovereign Lady. Essays on Women in Middle English Literature, ed. Muriel Whitaker (New York-London: 1995), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 402-403.

919. S. H. Rigby: Chaucer in Context. Society, Allegory and Gender (Manchester: 1996), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 403-405.

920. Jeffrey F. Hamburger: Nuns as Artists. The Visual Culture of a Medieval Convent (Berkeley-Los Angeles-London: 1997), Mediaevistik 11 (1998): 412-414.

921. Literatur und Sprache in Tirol. Von den Anfängen bis zum 16. Jahrhundert. Ed. M. Gebhardt and M. Siller (Innsbruck: 1996), MIÖG 107 (1999): 406-409.

922. Kurt Angermann, Hg.: “Raubritter” oder “Rechtschaffene vom Adel”? (Sigmaringen: 1997), Mitteilungen des Österreichischen Instituts für Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 107 (1999): 436-438.

923. Barbara Henze: Aus Liebe zur Kirche. Reform. Die Bemühungen Georg Witzels (1501-1573) um die Kircheneinheit (Münster: 1995),MIÖG 107 (1999): 441-443.

924. Theresia Birkenhauer, Annette Storr, eds.: Zeitlichkeiten - Zur Realität der Künste. Theater, Film, Photographie, Malerei, Literatur (Berlin: 1998), Wirkendes Wort 49 (1999): 159-160.

925. Hartmut Bleumer: Die <Crône> Heinrichs von dem Türlin. Form-Erfahrung und Konzeption eines späten Artusromans (Tübingen: 1997), Seminar XXXV, 4 (1999): 345-347.

926. Richard Berleth: The Orphan Stone. The Minnesinger Dream of Reich (New York-Westport, CT,-London: 1990), Envoi 3, 2 (1992): 327-331.
 
927. Susanne Wittern: Frauen, Heiligkeit und Macht. Lateinische Frauenviten aus dem 4. bis 7. Jahrhundert (Stuttgart-Weimar: 1994), Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 81, 2 (1999): 477-478.

928. Gunther Hirschfelder: Die Kölner Handelsbeziehungen im Spätmittelalter (Köln: 1994), in: Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 81, 2 (1999): 493-494.

929. Brigitte Stuplich: Zur Dramentechnik des Hans Sachs (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: 1998), Wirkendes Wort 49, 3 (1999): 499-500.

930-932. du guoter tôt. Sterben im Mittelalter. Ideal und Realität. Ed. M. J. Wenninger (Klagenfurt: 1998); Mensch und Natur im mittelalterlichen Europa, ed. K. Spindler (Klagenfurt: 1998); Bild und Abbild vom Menschen im Mittelalter, ed. E. Vavra (Klagenfurt: 1999), The Medieval Review 2 March 2000 (internet).

933. Burt Kimmelman: The Poetics of Authorship in the Later Middle Ages (New York-et al.: Lang, 1996), Quondam et Futurus. Arthuriana 10 (2000): 140-42.

934. Johannes Singer: Grundzüge einer rezeptiven Grammatik des Mittelhochdeutschen (Paderborn-Munich-et al.: 1996), Studia Neophilologica 71 (1999): 277-279..
935. Grundlagen der Literaturwissenschaft. Allgemeine Fragen - Richtungen. Zusammengestellt von Magdolna Orosz und Péter Zalán. 2 Bde. — Budapest: Germanistisches Institut der Eötvös-Loránd-Universität Budapest, 1995, Deutsch im ungarischen Fremdsprachenunterricht 14, 4 (1999): 108-109.

936. Germanistische Beiträge 8/9. Germanistik im internationalen Vergleich. Zur Reform des Faches in Mittel- und Südosteuropa. Hg. von Gerhard Konnerth und Horst Schuller (Sibiu/Hermannstadt: 1998), Deutsch im ungarischen Fremdsprachenunterricht 14, 4 (1999): 110-112.

937. Gerd Althoff, Hans-Werner Goetz, Ernst Schubert: Menschen im Schatten der Kathedrale. Neuigkeiten aus dem Mittelalter (Darmstadt: 1998), Studia Neophilologica 71 (1999): 280-81.                                

938. Lothar Bluhm: Die Brüder Grimm und der Beginn der Deutschen Philologie (Hildesheim: 1997), Studia Neophilologica 71 (1999): 282-84.

939. Hans-Werner Goetz: Moderne Mediävistik. Stand und Perspektiven der Mittelalterforschung (Darmstadt: 1999), The Medieval Review (May 17, 2000; internet).

940. Klaus Bartels: Wie Berenike auf die Vernissage kam. 77 Wortgeschichten (Darmstadt: 1996), Germanic Notes and Reviews 31, 1 (2000): 92-93.

941. Rudolf Fahrner, West-östliches Rittertum (Graz: 1994), Germanic Notes and Reviews 31, 1 (2000): 93-94.

942. George Huppert: After the Black Death. A Social History of Early Modern Europe. Sec. Ed. (Bloomington-Indianapolis: 1998), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 108, 1-2 (2000): 186-87.

943. Odile Redon, François Sabban, Silvano Serventi: The Medieval Kitchen. Recipes from France and Italy (Chicago-London: 1998), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 108, 1-2 (2000): 187-88.

944. Thomas Cramer: Waz hilfet âne sinne kunst. Lyrik im 13. Jahrhundert. Studien zu ihrer Ästhetik (Berlin: 1998), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI, 1 (2000): 121-24.

945. Wolfram-Studien XV. Neue Wege der Mittelalter-Philologie. Hg. von J. Heinzle et al. (Berlin: 1998), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI, 1 (2000): 125-27.

946. Thomas Bein: “Mit fremden Pegasusen pflügen”. Untersuchungen zu Authentizitätsproblemen in mittelhochdeutscher Lyrik und Lyrikphilologie (Berlin: 1998), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI, 1 (2000): 129-31.

947. Winder McConnell, ed.: A Companion to the Nibelungenlied (Columbia, S.C.: 1998), German Studies Review XXIII, 2 (2000): 333-334.

948. Anita Obermeier: The History and Anatomy of Auctorial Self-Criticism in the European Middle Ages (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1999), Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der deutschen Literatur (online: iasl.uni-muenchen.de/rezensio/liste/classen.htm, 16.06.00 12:14)
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949-951. Moderata Fonte: The Worth of Women. Ed. and trans. by Virginia Cox (Chicago-London: 1997); Henricus Cornelius Agrippa: Declamation on the Nobility and Preeminence of the Female Sex. Trans. and Ed. by Albert Rabil, Jr. (Chicago-London: 1996); Laura Cereta: Collected Letters of a Renaissance Feminist. Transcribed, Trans., and Ed. by Diana Robin (Chicago-London: 1997), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 18 (1997, appeared in 2000): 239-242.

952. Wilhelm Baum: Rudolf IV. der Stifter. Seine Welt und seine Zeit (Graz-Vienna-Cologne: 1996), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 18 (1997, appeared in 2000): 244-246.

953. Kulturgeschichte der christlichen Orden, ed. Peter Dinzelbacher and James Lester Hogg (Stuttgart: 1997), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 18 (1997, appeared in 2000): 262-264.

954. Kurt Ruh: Geschichte der abendländischen Mystik. Band III: Die Mystik des deutschen Predigerordens und ihre Grundlegung durch die Hochscholastik (Munich: 1996), in Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 18 (1997, appeared in 2000): 179-281.

955. Werner Schröder: Variable Verschriftlichung eines Märe (Stuttgart: 1996), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 18 (1997, appeared in 2000): 281-283.

956. Michael M. Sheehan: Marriage, Family, and Law in Medieval Europe. Collected Studies (Toronto-Buffalo: 1996), Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 18 (1997, appeared in 2000): 283-285.

957. Susan Leigh Fry, Burial in Medieval Ireland. 900-1500 (Dublin: 1999), Studi Medievali 3a Serie, XLI (2000): 465-466.

958. Andreas Palme: “Bücher haben auch jhr Glücke:” Die Sinngedicht Friedrich von Logaus und ihre Rezeptionsgeschichte (Erlangen-Jena: 1998), Daphnis 28, 2 (1999): 446-449.

959. Roman Deutinger, Rahewin von Freising. Ein Gelehrter des 12. Jahrhunderts (Hannover: 1999), The Medieval Review TMR 00.07.02 (internet)

960. Geistliches in weltlicher und Weltliches in geistlicher Literatur des Mittelalters. Ed. Christoph Huber, Burghart Wachinger, and Hans-Joachim Ziegeler (Tübingen: 2000), The Medieval Review TMR 00.08.08 (internet).

961. Klaus Garber, Hg.: Stadt und Literatur im deutschen Sprachraum der Frühen Neuzeit. 2 Vols (Tübingen: 1998), Colloquia Germanica 33, 1 (2000): 77-79.

962. The Saxon Mirror. Trans. by Maria Dobozy (Philadelphia: 1999), The Medieval Review (Sept. 29, 2000, internet).

963. Lásló Tarnói: Parallelen, Kontakte, Kontraste. Die deutsche Lyrik um 1800 und ihre Beziehungen zur ungarischen Dichtung in den ersten Jahrzehnten des 19. Jahrhunderts (Budapest: 1998), Jahrbuch der ungarischen Germanistik (1999; appeared in 2000): 213-214.

964. Johann II. von Simmern: Die Haymonskinder. Ed. Werner Wunderlich (Tübingen: 1997), Seminar XXXVI, 3 (2000): 364-66.

965. Bibliographia Kleschiana. The Writings of a Baroque Family. Ed. and with an Introduction by Karl F. Otto, Jr. and Jonathan P. Clark (Columbia, S.C.: 1996), Germanic Notes and Reviews 31, 2 (2000): 174-75.

966. Hans Sebald: Witch-Children from Salem Witch-Hunts to Modern Courtrooms (New York: 1995), Germanic Notes and Reviews 31, 2 (2000): 180-81.

967. Sara Westphal: Textual Poetics of German Manuscripts 1300-1500 (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 31, 2 (2000): 182-84.

968-969. Reinhold Münster: Friedrich Hagedorn. Dichter und Philosoph der fröhlichen Aufklärung (München 1999); Ulrike Bardt: Literarische Wahlverwandtschaften und poetische Metamorphosen (Stuttgart-Weimar: 1999), German Quarterly 73, 2 (2000): 198-200.

970. C. Stephen Jaeger, Ennobling Love. In Search of a Lost Sensibility (Philadelphia: 1999), Studi Medievali 3a serie, XLI (2000): 981-83.
                                    
971. Elisabeth K. Paefgen: Einführung in die Literaturdidaktik (Stuttgart-Weimar: 1999), German Studies Review XXIII, 3 (2000): 581-82.

972. Richard Marius: Martin Luther. The Christian Between God and Death (Cambridge, MA,-London: 1999), German Studies Review XXIII, 3 (2000): 583-85.
                                                
973-974. Das Goldene Schiff von Uelzen. Ed. Thomas Vogtherr (Uelzen: 1995); Thomas Vogtherr: Uelzen. Geschichte einer Stadt im Mittelalter (Uelzen: 1997), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung (MIÖG) 108, 3-4 (2000): 415-17.

975. Lisa Kahn, The Calf Who Fell in Love with a Wolf (Austin, TX: 1999), Trans-Lit IX, 1 & 2 (2000): 86-87.        

976. Tristan und Isolt im Spätmittelalter. Vorträge eines interdisziplinären Symposiums. Ed. Xenja von Ertzdorff (Amsterdam-Atlanta: 1999), Tristania XX (2000): 116-20.

977. Patrizia Mazzadi, Autorreflexionen zur Rezeption: Prolog und Exkurse in Gottfrieds ‘Tristan’ (Triest: 2000), Tristania XX (2000): 121-23.

978. Blütezeit. Festschrift für L. Peter Johnson zum 70. Geburtstag. Ed. Mark Chinca, Joachim Heinzle and Christopher Young (Tübingen: 2000), Tristania XX (2000):123-24.

979. Das Mittelalter. Ein Lesebuch zur deutschen Geschichte 800-1500, ed. Rainer Beck (Munich: 1997), Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 331f.

980. Medieval Queenship, ed. by John Carmi Parsons (New York: 1993/98), Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 337-39.

981. Michel Zink: The Enchantment of the Middle Ages (Baltimore-London: 1998), Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 352-54.

982. Orient und Okzident in der Kultur des Mittelalters, ed. D. Buschinger et W. Spiewok (Greifswald: 1997), Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 354-56.

983. Violence against Women in Medieval Texts. Ed. Anna Roberts (Gainesville-et al.: 1998), Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 356-58.

984. J. H.M. Taylor and L. Smith, eds.: Women and the Book. Assessing the Visual Evidence (London-Toronto-Buffalo: 1997), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 370-73.

985. Roger Collins: Charlemagne (Toronto-Buffalo: 1998), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 382-83.

986. Gudrun Pamme-Vogelsang: Die Ehen mittelalterlicher Herrscher im Bild (Munich: 1998), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 393-95.

987. Hildegard von Bingen. A Book of Essays. Ed. Maud Burnett McInerney (New York-London: 1998), Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 406f.

988. Catherine Brown: Contrary Things. Exegesis, Dialectic, and the Poetics of Didacticism (Stanford, CA: 1998), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 409-11.

989. Jacqueline de Weever: Sheba’s Daughters. Whitening and Demonizing the Saracen Woman in Medieval French Epic (New York-London: 1998), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 420-24.

990. Walther von der Vogelweide. Werke. Gesamtausgabe. Vol. 2: Liedlyrik. Ed. and trans. by Günther Schweikle (Stuttgart: 1998), Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 426-28.

991. Ernst Ralf Hintz: Learning and Persuasion in the German Middle Ages (New York-London: 1997), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 428-30.

992. Martha C. Howell: The Marriage Exchange. Property, Social Place, and Gender in Cities of the Low Countries, 1300-1550 (Chicago-London: 1998), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 447f.

993. Anne Winston-Allen: Stories of the Rose. The Making of the Rosary in the Middle Ages (University Park, PA: 1997), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 467-69.

994. Nicholas of Cusa: Selected Spiritual Writings. Trans. by Lawrence Bond (New York: 1997), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 476-78.

995. Matthias Schulz: Die Eigenbezeichnungen des mittelalterlichen deutschsprachigen geistlichen Spiels (Heidelberg: 1998), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 483-85.

996. Muslih Ad-Din Sa’di: Der Rosengarten, neu bearbeitet, herausgegeben und kommentiert von Dieter Bellmann (Munich: 1998), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 489f.

997. Scot McKendrick: The History of Alexander the Great. An Illuminated Manuscript of Vasco da Lucena’s French Translation of the Ancient Text by Quintus Curtius Rufus (Los Angeles: 1996), in: Mediaevistik 12 (1999, appeared in 2001): 494-96.

998. Manlîchiu wîp, wîplîch man. Zur Konstruktion der Kategorien ‘Körper’ und ‘Geschlecht’ in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. Ed. Ingrid Bennewitz and Helmut Tervooren (Berlin: 1999), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI, 4 (2000): 604-06.

999. Susan Tuchel, Kastration im Mittelalter (Düsseldorf: 1998), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI, 4 (2000): 607-08.

1000. Fables, Sermonettes, and Parables by the Stricker... in English Translation. Trans. by J. W. Thomas (Lewiston: 1999), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CI, 4 (2000): 609.

1001. The Pagan Middle Ages. Ed. by Ludo J. R. Milis (Woodbridge: 1998), The Medieval Review 01.04.02 (Internet).

1002. Constant J. Mews: The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard (New York: 1999), Fifteenth-Century Studies 26 (2001): 274-76.

1003. Martin Warnke, Spätmittelalter und Frühe Neuzeit 1400-1750 (Munich: 1996), in: Fifteenth-Century Studies 26 (2001): 276-78. 

1004. Anton Schwob, ed.: Die Lebenszeugnisse Oswalds von Wolkenstein. Edition und Kommentar. Vol. 1 (Vienna-Cologne-Weimar: 1999), Fifteenth-Century Studies 26 (2001): 278-80.

1005. Dominique Barthélemy: L’an mil et la paix de Dieu. La France chrétienne et féodale 980-1060 (Paris: 1999), Studi Medievali 3a Serie, XLII (2001): 221-24.

1006. Rosalind Brown-Grant: Christine de Pizan and the Moral Defence of Women (Cambridge: 1999), Studi Medievali 3a Serie, XLII (2001): 271-74.

1007.Der Ritter mit dem Bock. Konrads von Stoffeln ‘Gauriel von Muntabel. Neu hg., eingeleitet und kommentiert von Wolfgang Achnitz (Tübingen: 1997), Seminar 36, 2 (2000): 230-32. (609-10).

1008. Jacques Merceron: Le message et sa fiction. La communication par messager dans la littérature française des XIIe et XIIIe siècles (Berkeley-Los Angeles-London: 1998), Studi Medievali 3a Serie, XLII (2001): 483-84.

1009. Lothar Bluhm, Achim Hölter, eds., Romantik und Volksliteratur (Heidelberg: 1999), Wirkendes Wort 50, 3 (2000): 457-58.

1010. Jutta & Hildegard: The Biographical Sources. Trans. and introduced by Anna Silvas (University Park: 1999), The German Quarterly 73, 4 (2000): 419-20.

1011. Gerhild Scholz Williams, Defining Dominion. The Discourses of Magic and Witchcraft in Early Modern France and Germany (1995; Ann Arbor: 1999 [paperback edition]), The German Quarterly 73, 4 (2000): 420-21.

1012. Birgit Beine, Der Wolf in der Kutte. Geistliche in den Mären des deutschen Mittelalters (Bielefeld: 1999), in Germanistik 41, 2 (2000): 413-14.

1013. Ina Karg, ...und waz si guoter lêre wernt... Mittelalterliche Literatur und heutige Literaturdidaktik (Frankfurt a.M.-et al.: 1998), Germanistik 41, 2 (2000): 435-36.

1014. Das Nibelungenlied nach der Handschrift n. Ed. by Jürgen Vorderstemann (Tübingen: 2000), Germanistik 41, 2 (2000): 461-62.

1015. Philippe Chardin, Musil et la littérature européenne (Paris: 1998), Germanistik 41, 2 (2000): 599.

1016. Herfried Münckler, Marina Münkler, Lexikon der Renaissance (Munich: 2000), Sixteenth-Century Journal 32, 2 (2001): 481-83.

1017. Hans Sebald, Witch-Children from Salem Witch Hunts to Modern Courtrooms (Amherst, NY: 1995), Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 83, 1 (2001): 246-48.

1018. Andreas Daiber: Bekannte Helden in neuen Gewändern? Intertextuelles Erzählen im ‘Biterolf und Dietleib’... (Frankfurt a.M.-Berlin-et al.: 1999), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CII, 1 (2001): 121-22.

1019. Marzena Górecka: Das Bild Mariens in der Deutschen Mystik des Mittelalters (Bern-Berlin: 1999), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CII, 1 (2001): 123-24.

1020. Susanna Burghartz: Zeiten der Reinheit. Orte der Unzucht. Ehe und Sexualität in Basel während der frühen Neuzeit (Paderborn-Munich-et al.: 1999), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 109, 1-2 (2000): 223-26.

1021. Wissen und Gesellschaft in Nürnberg um 1500. Pirckheimer Jahrbuch 1999, Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 109, 1-2 (2000): 226-27.

1022. Walter Haug, Der Tristanroman im Horizont der erotischen Diskurse des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit (Freiburg/Switzerland: 2000), The Medieval Review (01.09.10, internet).

1023. La vie spirituelle. Cheminer avec Jean Tauler. Pour le 7e centenaire de sa naissance. 81, 738, 155 (2001), Mystics Quarterly XXVII, 3 (2001): 115-116.

1024. Ernst Rohmer et al., eds., Texte Bilder Kontexte (Heidelberg: 2000), Wirkendes Wort 51, 2 (2001): 298-300.

1025. Bettina von Jagow, Hg., Topographie der Erinnerung. Mythos im strukturellen Wandel (Würzburg: 2000), Wirkendes Wort 51, 2 (2001): 300-302.

1026. Frederick G. Meyer, Emily Emmart Trueblood, John L. Heller, The Great Herbal of Leonhart Fuchs. De historia stirpium commentarii insignes, 1524. 2 vols. (Stanford: 1999), German Studies Review XXIV, 3 (2001): 595-97.

1027. Marina Münkler, Erfahrung des Fremden. Die Beschreibung Ostasiens in den Augenzeugenberichten des 13. und 14. Jahrhunderts (Berlin: 2000), The Medieval Review (01.12.14) (internet).

1028. Peter C. Pfeiffer: Aphorismus und Romanstruktur. Zu Robert Musils “Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften” (Bonn: 1990), German Quarterly 67, 3 (1994): 426-28 (late recorded)

1029. Neil Cartlidge, Medieval Marriage. Literary Approaches, 1100-1300 (Cambridge: 1997), Studi Medievali XLII, II (2001): 644-47.

1030. Claudio Galderisi, Une poétique des enfances. Fonctions de l’incongru dans la littérature française médiévale (Orléans: 2000), Studi Medievali XLII, II (2001): 636-39.

1031. La numérisation des manuscrits de la mystique rhénane de la Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire de Strasbourg (Strasbourg: 2001), Mystik Quarterly XXVII, 4 (2001): 154-55.

1032. Randal Sivertson: Loyalty and Riches in Wolfram’s Parzival (Frankfurt a.M.: 1999), Seminar XXXVIII, 1 (2002): 76-78.

1033. Irmtraud Just, Die Vita Luitgarts von Wittichen (Bern-Berlin: 2000), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CII, 3 (2001): 357.

1034. Corinne Saunders, Rape and Ravishment in the Literature of Medieval England (Cambridge: 2001), The Medieval Review 02.03.07 (Internet).

1035. Eckhard Meineke, Judith Schwerdt, Einführung in das Althochdeutsch (Paderborn-et al.: 2001), German Studies Review XXV, 1 (2002): 103-04.

1036. David N. Yeandle, ‘schame’ im Alt- und Mittelhochdeutschen bis um 1210 (Heidelberg: 2001), German Studies Review XXV, 1 (2002): 104-06.

1037. Hexenwelten. Eds. Wulf Köpken and Bernd Schmelz (Hamburg: 2001), German Studies Review XXV, 1 (2002): 107-08.

1038. John M. Efron, Medicine and the German Jews. A History (New Haven-London: 2001), German Studies Review XXV, 1 (2002): 166-68.

1039. Im sechsten Jahr des Drachen. Lektüre-Empfehlungen für das neue Jahrhundert. Ed. Ulrich Müller (Göppingen: 2000), Salzburger Nachrichten, Dec. 29/30 (Wochenendbeilage).

1040. Anne Fleig: Handlungs-Spiel-Räume. Dramen von Autorinnen im Theater des ausgehenden 18. Jahrhunderts (Würzburg: 1999), Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts 16 (2001): 131-33.

1041. Monika Schmitz-Emans: Die Literatur, die Bilder und das Unsichtbare (Würzburg: 1999), Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Gesellschaft zur Erforschung des Achtzehnten Jahrhunderts 16 (2001): 172-74.

1042. Regine Schweizer-Vüllers, Die Heilige am Kreuz. Studien zum weiblichen Gottesbild im späten Mittelalter und in der Barockzeit (Bern-Berlin: 1999), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CII, 3 (2001): 368-69.

1043. Peter Stein, Integration - Variation - Destruktion. Die ‘Crône’ Heinrichs von dem Türlin (Bern-Berlin: 2000), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CII, 3 (2001): 370-72.

1044. Volker Kalisch, “Ich bin doch selber ich”. Spuren mystischer Frömmigkeit im geistlichen Liedgut des 15. Jahrhunderts. Der Pfullinger Liederanhang (Essen: 1999), Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs 45 (2001): 245-46.

1045. Martina Probst: Nu wache ûf sünder træge. Geistliche Tagelieder des 13. bis 16. Jahrhunderts (Frankfurt a.M.: 1999), Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs 45 (2001): 296-97.

1046. Christian Möller, ed., Kirchenlied und Gesangbuch. Quellen zu ihrer Geschichte (Tübingen: 2000), Jahrbuch des deutschen Volksliedarchivs 45 (2001): 261-63.

1047. 700e Anniversaire de la Naissance de Jean Tauler. Revue des sciences religieuses 75, 4 (2000), Mystics Quarterly XXVIII, 1 (2002): 41-43.

1048. Gesta Ernesti ducis. Die Erfurter Prosa-Fassung der Sage von den Kämpfen und Abenteuern des Herzogs Ernst. Ed. Peter Christian Jacobsen and Peter Orth (Erlangen: 1997), Leuvense Bijdragen 90 (2001): 474-75.

1049. Giles Constable, The Reformation of the Twelfth Century (Cambridge: 1996), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CII, 4 (2001): 491-92.

1050. Heinrich von dem Türlin, Diu Krone (Verse 1-12281). Ed. Fritz Peter Knapp and Manuela Niesner (Tübingen: 2000), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, CII, 4 (2001): 493-94.

1051. Arthurian Romances, Tales, and Lyric Poetry. The Complete Works of Hartmann von Aue, trans. with commentary by Frank Tobin, Kim Vivian, Richard H. Lawson (University Park, PA.: 2001), The Rocky Mountain Review 56, 1 (2002): 95-96.

1052. Stephan Selzer, Deutsche Söldner in Italien des Trento (Tübingen 2001), German Studies Review XXV, 2 (2002): 335-37.

1053. Elizabeth A. Andersen, The Voices of Mechthild of Magdeburg (Bern: 2000), Studi Medievali XLIII, 1 (2002): 436-37.

1054.Alexanderdichtungen im Mittelalter. Jan Cölln, Susanne Friede and Hartmut Wulfram, eds. (Göttingen: 2000), Studi Medievali XLIII, 1 (2002): 452-54.

1055. Kurt Flasch, Nicolaus Cusanus (Munich: 2001), Sixteenth-Century Journal XXXIII, 1 (2002): 214-15.
 
1056. Aspekte des 12. Jahrhunderts. Ed. Wolfgang Haubrichs et al. Wolfram-Studien XVI (Berlin: 2000), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CII, 2 (2002): 241-42.

1057. Kathlyn Gary, David Walker, Michael Lalonde, Sibyls 2. An Interactive Exploration of Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. CD-ROM (Hamilton: McMaster University, 1997, 1999), The Medieval Review June 27, 2002 (TMR 0.2.06.18).

1058. L. Peter Johnson, Die höfische Literatur der Blütezeit (Tübingen: 1999), Colloquia Germanica 35, 1 (2002): 75-77.

1059. Politisches Denken und die Wirklichkeit der Macht im Mittelalter. Hg. Joseph Canning, Otto Gerhard Oexle (Göttingen: 1998), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 1-2 (2002): 196-97.

1060. Uwe Neddermeyer, Von der Handschrift zum gedruckten Buch. 2 vols. (Wiesbaden: 1998), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 1-2 (2002): 213-15.

1061. Gyula Kristó, Die Geburt der ungarischen Nation (Herne: 2000), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 1-2 (2002): 244-45.
    
1062. Thomas Gutwald, Schwank und Artushof. Komik unter den Bedingungen höfischer Interaktion in der ‘Crône’ des Heinrich von dem Türlin (Frankfurt a.M.: 2000), Seminar XXXVIII, 2 (2002): 168-70.

1063. Mittelhochdeutsche Minnereden und Minneallegorien der Prager Handschrift R VI Fc 26. Hg., übersetzt und untersucht von Michael Mareiner (Bern-Berlin-et al.: 1999), Seminar XXXVIII, 2 (2002): 172-74.

1064. Michael Philipp: Das ‘Regentenbuch’ des Mansfelder Kanzlers Georg Lauterbeck (Augsburg: appear in: Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 84, 1 (2002): 251-52.
1065. Dialekte im Wandel. Referate der 4. Tagung zur bayerisch-österreichischen Dialektologie, Salzburg, 5. bis 7. Okt. 1989, hg. von Andreas Weiss (Göppingen: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 29, 2 (1998): 68-69 (late reported)

1066. Claus Traeger, ed.: Wörterbuch der Literaturwissenschaft. (Leizpig: 1986), Germanic Notes and Review 19 (1989): 60 (late reported)

1067. Wilfred L. Guerin, Earle Labor et al.: A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literatures. Third Edition (New York-Oxford: 1992), Germanic Notes and Reviews 26, 2 (1995): 136-37.

1068. Manfred Brauneck, Die Welt als Bühne: Geschichte des europäischen Theaters (Stuttgart: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 28, 1 (1997): 74. (late reported)

1069. The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Romance. Ed. R. L. Krueger (Cambridge: 2000), Studi Medievali 42, 2 (2001): 981-83.

1070. Gertrud Grünkorn,: Die Fiktionalität des höfischen Romans um 1200 (Berlin: 1994), Germanic Notes and Reviews 31, 1 (2000): 44-45. (late reported)

1071. Das Rolandslied des Pfaffen Konrad, ed., trans., and commented by Dieter Kartschoke (Stuttgart: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 28, 1 (1998): 71-72. (late reported)

1072. Bruce Milem, The Unspoken Word. Negative Theology in Meister Eckhart’s German Sermons (Washington, DC: 2002), Mystic Quarterly XXVIII, 3 (2002): 143-45.

1073. Till Eulenspiegel. His Adventures, trans., with introduction and notes, by Paul Oppenheimer (New York-London: 2001), Arthuriana 12, 3 (2002): 146-47.

1074. Einblattdrucke des 15. und frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Ed. Volker Honemann et al. (Tübingen: 2000), Daphnis 30, 3-4 (2001): 735-37.

1075. Agnes Blannbekin, Viennese Beguine: Life and Revelations. Trans. from the Latin by Ulrike Wiethaus,” The Medieval Review ID: 02.09.15

1076. “Im Angesicht Gottes suche der Mensch sich selbst”. Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179).     Ed. Rainer Berndt (Berlin: 2001), The Medieval Review, ID: 02.09.36    

1077. Sybils!2. An Interactive Exploration of Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (McMaster Working Group on the Middle Ages and the Renaissance), CD-ROM, 1997/1999, The Medieval Review ID: 02.06.18

1078. Uta Drecoll, Tod in der Liebe - Liebe im Tod. Untersuchungen zu Wolframs Titurel und Gottfrieds Tristan in Wort und Bild (Frankfurt a.M.: 2000), Tristania XXI (2002): 124-29.

1079. Monika Schausten, Erzählwelten der Tristangeschichte im hohen Mittelalter (Munich: 1999), Tristania XXI (2002): 130-34.

1080. Anna Keck, Die Liebeskonzeption der mittelalterlichen Tristanromane (Munich: 1998), Tristania XXI (2002): 135-40.

1081. Christoph Huber, Gottfried von Straßburg: Tristan (Berlin: 2001), Tristania XXI (2002): 140-42.

1082. Peter K. Stein, Tristan-Studien. Ed. Ingrid Bennewitz (Stuttgart: 2001), Tristania XXI (2002): 142-45.

1083. Der “Tristan” Gottfrieds von Straßburg. Symposion Santiago de Compostela, 5. bis 8. April 2000. Ed. Christoph Huber and Victor Millet (Tübingen: 2002), Tristania XXI (2002): 145-50.

1084. Emotionalität. Zur Geschichte der Gefühle. Ed. Claudia Benthien, Anne Fleig, and Ingrid Kasten (Cologne-Weimar-Vienna: 2000), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 140-142.

1085. Mittelalter-Rezeption V. Gesammelte Vorträge des V. Salzburger Symposions, hg. U. Müller und K. Verduin (Göppingen: 1996), Germanic Notes and Review 29, 2 (1998): 66-68.

1086. Werner Röcke, Helga Neumann, eds., Komische Gegenwelten. Lachen und Literatur in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit (Paderborn-Munich-et al.: 1999), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 475-78.

1087. Masculinity in Medieval Europe, ed. D. M. Hadley (London: 1999), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 150-52.

1088. Kontraste im Alltag des Mittelalters, ed. Gerhard Jaritz (Vienna: 2000), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 3-4 (2002): 390-91.

1089. Von goldenen Gebeinen. Wirtschaft und Reliquie im Mittelalter, hg. Markus Mayr (Innsbruck-Vienna-Munich: 2001), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 3-4 (2002): 391-92.

1090. Hildegard von Bingen in ihrem historischen Umfeld. Ed. Alfred Haverkamp (Mainz: 2000), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 3-4 (2002): 403-05.

1091. Quellen zur Reichsreform im Spätmittelalter. Ed. Lorenz Weinrich (Darmstadt: 2001), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 3-4 (2002): 413-14.

1092. Claudia Heimann, Nicolaus Eymerich (vor 1320-1399) (Münster: 2001), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 3-4 (2002): 416-17.

1093. Johannes Merz, Fürst und Herrschaft. Der Herzog von Franken und seine Nachbarn 1470-1519 (Munich: 2000), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 3-4 (2002): 420-22.

1094. Walter Mohr, Studien zur Geistes- und Herrschaftsgeschichte des Mittelalters (Stuttgart: 1999), Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung 110, 3-4 (2002): 452-53

1095. The Material Culture of Sex, Procreation, and Marriage in Premodern Europe. Ed. Anne L. McClanan Karen Rosoff Encarnación (New York: 2002), The Medieval Review 02.12.07

1096. Josephie Brefeld: A Guidebook for the Jerusalem Pilgrimage in the Late Middle Ages. A Case for Computer-Aided Textual Criticism (Hilversum: 1994), Leuvense Bijdragen 84, 1 (1995): 102-04. (reported late)

1097. Mariella Rummel: Die rechtliche Stellung der Frau im Sachsenspiegel-Landrecht (Frankfurt a.M.-Bern-New York-Paris: 1987), Germanic Notes 19 (1989): 58-59. (reported late)

1098. Johannes Spicker: Literarische Stilisierung und artistische Kompetenz bei Oswald von Wolkenstein (Stuttgart-Leipzig: 1993), Germanic Notes and Reviews 29, 2 (1998): 72-73. 

1099. Early Letters of Goethe. Facsimile Reprint of the Edward Bell Edition of 1884, with a New Introduction by Christoph E. Schweitzer (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Schatzkammer 19, 2 (1993): 92-93 (reported late)

1100. Rainer Maria Rilke: The Duino Elegies. Transl. by Leslie Norris and Alan Keele (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Schatzkammer 19, 2 (1993): 90-91. (reported late)

1101. Deutsche Literatur 1993. Jahresüberblick. Hg. von Franz Josef Görtz, Volker Hage und Uwe Wittstock (Stuttgart: 1994), German Studies Review 18, 1 (1995): 192-93. (reported late)

1102. James M. McGlathery: Grimm's Fairy Tales. A History of Criticism on a Popular Classic (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), German Studies Review 18, 1 (1995): 146-48 (reported late)

1103. Studies in German and Scandinavian Literature after 1500. A Festschrift for George C. Schoolfield. Ed. by James A. Parente and Richard E. Schade (Columbia, S.C.: 1993), Schatzkammer 19, 2 (1993): 89-90. (reported late)

1104. Anger’s Past. The Social Uses of An Emotion in the Middle Ages. Ed. B. H. Rosenwein (Ithaca-London: 1998), Arthuriana. Quondam et Futurus 9, 4 (1999).        

1105. Ann Hyland: The Horse in the Middle Ages (Thrupp, England: 1999), Arthuriana. Quondam et Futurus 9, 4 (1999).

1106. Daily Life in the Late Middle Ages. Ed. R. Britnell (Thrupp, England: 1998), Arthuriana. Quondam et Futurus 9, 4 (1999).

1107. Wilhelm Bäumker: Das katholische deutsche Kirchenlied in seinen Singweisen. Erster Band. 2nd ed. (Freiburg: 1886, rpt. Hildesheim-Zurich-New York: 1997), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 44 (1999): 171-73.

1108. Stefan Zeyen: ...daz tet der liebe dorn. Erotische Metaphorik in der deutschsprachigen Lyrik des 12.-14. Jahrhunderts (Essen: 1996), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 44 (1999): 149-50.

1109. Europäische Reiseberichte des späten Mittelalters. Part I: Deutsche Reiseberichte, bearbeitet von Christian Halm. 2nd ed. (Frankfurt a.M.: 2001), Neuphilologische Mitteilungen CIII, 3 (2002): 387-88.
 
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1111. Josef Sudbrack, Mystik. Sinnsuche und die Erfahrung des Absoluten (Darmstadt: 2002), Mystic Quarterly 28, 4 (2002): 189-90.

1112. Literatur und Sprache in Tirol. Von den Anfängen bis zum 16. Jahrhundert. Ed. M. Gebhardt and M. Siller (Innsbruck: 1996), Jahrbuch für Volksliedforschung 44 (1999): 147-48.
    
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1114. Christian Kiening: Schwierige Modernität. Der ‘Ackermann des Johannes von Tepl und die Ambiguität historischen Wandels (Tübingen: 1998), Arcadia 37, 2 (2002): 402-07.

1115. Wolfgang Milde, Mediaevalia et Lesingiana. Kleine Schriften. Ed. Wolfgang Maaz et al. (Hildesheim: 2001), Arcadia 37, 2 (2002): 407-08.

1116. Septuaginta quinque. Festschrift für Heinz Mettke. Ed. Jens Haustein et al. (Heidelberg: 2000), Wirkendes Wort 51, 1 (2001): 129-31.

1117. Women, Marriage, and Family in Medieval Christendom. Essays in Honor of Michael M. Sheehan. Ed. C. M. Rousseau, J. T. Rosenthal (Kalamazoo, MI: 1998), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 142-44.

1118. Theo Kobusch, ed., Philosophen des Mittelalters (Darmstadt: 2000), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 187-88.

1119. Carolyn Dinshaw, Getting Medieval. Sexualities and Communities, Pre- and Postmodern (Durham-London: 1999), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 220-22.

1120. Michel Zink: The Invention of Literary Subjectivity (Baltimore-London: 1999), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 340-42.

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1122. Natur und Kultur in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. Ed. A. Robertshaw and G. Wolf (Tübingen: 1999), Mediaevistik 13 (2000): 359-61.
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