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2017
1 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Arthur's Black Knights: Nostalgia and the Limits of the Modern Medieval Imaginary.. The Middle Ages in the Modern World; 2017-06-28
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2 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Hygeburg’s Literary Itineraries: Fashioning a saint from a travelogue in eighth-century Francia.. Women's Literary Culture and the Medieval Canon; 2017-06-22 - 2017-06-24
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3 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Review of Sara Pons-Sanz, The Lexical Effects of Anglo-Scandinavian Linguistic Contact. NOWELE 2017 ;Volum 70.(1) s. 97-105
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2016
4 Conti, Aidan Keally; Haugen, Odd Einar.
Parvum Lexicon Stemmatologicum. Bakgrunn for prosjektet og planar om vidare formidling. Foredrag i Forskargruppa i mellomalderfilologi (FIM); 2016-05-04 - 2016-05-04
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5 Negoi, Lidia.
Dominicans, Manuscripts, and Preaching in Medieval Aragon (XIV). A Social History of Communication. : Universitetet i Bergen 2016 (ISBN 978-82-308-3294-3)
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2015
6 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Latin Composition in Medieval Norway. Essays & Studies 2015 ;Volum 68. s. 147-158
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7 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The Old Norwegian Homily Book and English Contemporaries. I: MEDIEVAL NORDIC LITERATURE IN ITS EUROPEAN CONTEXT. Dreyer Forlag A/S 2015 ISBN 9788282650724. s. 152-174
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8 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Using the Present Lives of Dead Languages in Teaching. Teaching Old English Workshop; 2015-09-11 - 2015-09-11
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9 Conti, Aidan Keally; Da Rold, Orietta; Shaw, Philip.
Writing Europe, 500-1450: Texts and Contexts. Boydell & Brewer 2015 (ISBN 9781843844150) 216 s. Essays & Studies(68)
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2014
10 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Copying Practices in Early Medieval Europe: Carolingian Case Studies. Medieval Text Technologies in China and Europe; 2014-09-11 - 2014-09-13
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11 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Scribes and exemplars: exploring the copying process through a Carolingian example.. The Third Middle English Scribal Texts Symposium; 2014-08-19 - 2014-08-19
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12 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Writing while Reading: Transfer Units in the Copying Tasks of English Learners. Språkforum; 2014-04-27 - 2014-04-27
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2013
13 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Individual Practice, Common Endeavour: Making a manuscript and community in the second half of the twelfth century. New Medieval Literatures 2013 ;Volum 13. s. 253-272
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14 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The Performative Texts of the Stave Church Homily. I: The Performance of Christian and Pagan Storyworlds: Non-Canonical Chapters of the History of Nordic Medieval Literature. Brepols 2013 ISBN 9782503542362. s. 223-245
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2012
15 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Early Rewritings of Beowulf. Beowulf and modern translations; 2012-03-29 - 2012-03-29
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16 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Hunc librum scribi feci ego: Colophons and book prices. Writing Europe before 1450; 2012-06-03 - 2012-06-05
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17 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Reconsidering the Conquest after the Reformation: Abraham Wheelock's Reading of Cambridge, Trinity College MS B.14.52. English Manuscript Studies, 1100-1700 2012 ;Volum 17. s. 223-237
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18 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Scribes as Authors, Transmission as Composition: Towards a Science of Copying. I: Modes of Authorship in the Middle Ages. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies 2012 ISBN 978-0888448224. s. 267-288
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19 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The corpus, production and limits of medieval Latin in Norway. Latin and Vernacular: Texts, transitions and tensions in the Middle Ages and Renaissance; 2012-09-19 - 2012-09-20
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20 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Wherefore a typology of variants. Studia Stemmatologica VI; 2012-06-27 - 2012-06-30
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21 Rankovic, Slavica; Budal, Ingvil Brugger; Conti, Aidan Keally; Melve, Leidulf; Mundal, Else.
Modes of Authorship in the Middle Ages. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies 2012 (ISBN 978-0888448224) 427 s. Papers in Mediaeval Studies(22)
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2011
22 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The Representation of Writing in Latin Histories of the North. The Writing of History in Northern Europe 1050-1225; 2011-11-02 - 2011-11-04
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2010
23 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Gammelt og nytt i homiliebokens prekeunivers. I: Vår eldste bok. Skrift, miljø og biletbruk i den norske homilieboka. Novus Forlag 2010 ISBN 978-82-7099-589-9. s. 165-186
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24 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Markets for Books before the Book Market: How does a sacred artefact transform into a tradeable commodity?. Textual Communities on and of the Nordic Middle Ages; 2010-10-13 - 2010-10-15
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25 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Preservation, Representation and Reconstruction: How we look at texts in English Manuscripts 1060-1220. The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060 to 1220 Second Symposium; 2010-04-26 - 2010-04-27
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26 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Reality Fictions: Romance, History, and Governmental Authority, 1025-1180. Modern philology 2010 ;Volum 107.(3) s. E9-E12
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27 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Review of Reality Fictions: Romance, History, and Governmental Authority, 1025–1180 by Robert M. Stein. Modern philology 2010 ;Volum 107.(3) s. E9-E12
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28 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Stemmatology and the Science of Copying: Notes and Possibilities. Studia Stemmatologica: A Series of International Workshops on Stemmatology; 2010-11-21 - 2010-11-24
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29 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Writing England in 1200, Reading England in the Reformation: Abraham Wheelocke's examination of the Trinity Homilies. Writing England 1000-1400; 2010-04-27 - 2010-04-29
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30 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Ælnoth of Canturbury and Early Mythopoiesis in Denmark. I: Saints and their Lives on the Periphery Veneration of Saints in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe (c.1000-1200). Brepols 2010 ISBN 978-2-503-53033-8. s. 189-206
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2009
31 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Copying and Composition in Scribal Culture. 14th Biennial Conference of the International Graphonomics Society; 2009-09-13 - 2009-09-16
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32 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Homiletic Writing Here and There. Medieval Nordic Literature in its European Context; 2009-08-31 - 2009-09-02
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33 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Material Aspects of Textual Appropriation. Masaryk University, Brno (sponsored by EEA Grants); 2009-11-02
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34 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Norse-derived vocabulary in late old english texts: wulfstan's works, a case study. Journal of English and Germanic philology 2009 ;Volum 108.(2) s. 152-155
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35 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Romerne brukte SMS-språk. Språkteigen, NRK [Radio] 2009-06-07
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36 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The abuse of medieval scribes: competing taxonomies and models of the copying process. Department of Classical Studies, Charles University, Prague; 2009-10-29
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37 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The taunton fragment and the homiliary of angers: context for new old english. Review of English Studies 2009 ;Volum 60.(243) s. 1-33
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2008
38 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Exporting Literacy in Eleventh Century England. Crossing Conquests, Literary Culture in Eleventh Century England; 2008-06-14 - 2008-06-14
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39 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Scribes as Authors?: Detecting Acts of Composition in the Process of Transmission. Tradition and the Individual Talent: Modes of Authorship in the Middle Ages; 2008-11-17 - 2008-11-19
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40 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The Gem-bearing Serpents of the Trinity Homilies: An Analogue for Gower's Confessio Amantis. Modern philology 2008 ;Volum 106.(1) s. 109-116
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41 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The Old Norse afterlife of Ralph d'Escures's 'Homilia de assumptione Mariae'. Journal of English and Germanic philology 2008 ;Volum 107.(2) s. 215-238
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42 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Ælnoth of Canterbury's Anglo-Saxon Aspirations. Saints and Hagiography across Northern and Eastern Europe (c.800-1200); 2008-06-02 - 2008-06-04
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2007
43 Conti, Aidan Keally.
A view from abroad: The Scandinavian Episodes of Reginald of Durham and Aelnoth of Canterbury. Writing England 1100-1200; 2007-07-06
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44 Conti, Aidan Keally.
In their end is our beginning: Authority, imitation and performance in early medieval textual transmission. International Association of University Professors of English; 2007-08-05 - 2007-08-11
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45 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Revising Wulfstan's Antichrist in the Twelfth Century: A Study in Medieval Textual Re-Appropriation. Literature Compass 2007 ;Volum 4.(3) s. 638-663
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46 Conti, Aidan Keally.
The Circulation of the Old English Homily in the Twelfth Century: New Evidence from Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Bodley 343. I: The Old English Homily: Precedent, Practice and Appropriation. Brepols 2007 ISBN 978-2-503-51792-6. s. 365-402
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47 Conti, Aidan Keally.
'The Transfiguration of Christ' and the Transformation of post-Conquest Homiletics. 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies; 2007-05-10 - 2007-05-13
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48 Conti, Aidan Keally; Antonsson, Haki Thor; Crumplin, Sally.
A Norwegian in Durham: An Anatomy of a Miracle in Reginal of Durham's Libellus de admirandis beati Cuthberti. I: West over Sea: Studies in Scandinavian Sea-Borne Expansion and Settlement Before 1300. Brill Academic Publishers 2007 ISBN 9789004158931. s. 195-226
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2006
49 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Oral Transmission and Literate Translation: The Curious Case of a Bilingual Homiliary. Translating in the Middle Ages; 2006-03-02
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50 Conti, Aidan Keally.
Popular Apocrypha: Testing the Boundaries of Early Medieval Orthodoxy. Popular Religion and Orality; 2006-06-07 - 2006-06-09
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