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Ackland, Michael, That Shining Band: A Study of Australian Colonial Verse Tradition, (St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1994).


Aikman, R.G. and J.H.M. Honniball, The Chapel of St. Mary and George, Guildford Grammar School, a History, (Perth, Western Australia: The Council of Guildford Church of England Grammar School, 1962).


Andrews, Brian, Australian Gothic: The Gothic Revival in Australian Architecture from the 1840s to the 1950s, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2001).


Andrews, Brian, The Cathedral Church of St. Francis Xavier, Adelaide, South Australia, (Adelaide: Catholic Church Endowment Society, 1996).


Andrews, Brian, “The English Benedictine Connection: The Works of Charles Hansom in Australia,” in Fabrications: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand, 1, (December, 1989), pp. 33-55.


Andrews, Brian, Gothic in South Australian Churches, (Adelaide: The Flinders University of South Australia, 1984), Exhibition Catalogue.


Andrews, Brian, “Pugin in Australia,” in Paul Atterbury and Clive Wainwright (eds.), Pugin: A Gothic Passion, (New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 1994), pp. 246-57.


Attebery, B., “The Politics (if any) of Fantasy,” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 13, (1991), pp. 7-28.


Atterbury, Paul (ed.), A.W.N. Pugin: Master of Gothic Revival, (London: Yale University Press, 1995).


Atterbury, Paul and Clive Wainwright (eds.), Pugin: A Gothic Passion, (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1994).


Australian Broadcasting Commision, Establishing the Commonwealth Culture: A Distinctly Australian Event, (2010), “Item 87”


Barnes, Geraldine and Adrian Mitchell, “Passing through Customs: William Dampier’s Medieval Baggage”, Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), pp. 131-146.


Barbour, D., ““The Shadow of the Past”: History in Middle-Earth,” University of Windsor Review, Vol. 8, (1972), pp 35 – 42.


Barry, Elaine, “The Expatriate Vision of Jessica Anderson,” Meridian, 3, (1984), pp. 3-11.


Barton, Matt, Dungeons and Desktops: the History of Computer Role-Playing Games, (Massachusetts: A.K. Peters, 2008).


Basney, L., “Myth, History, and Time in The Lord of the Rings,” in R. Zimbardo and N. Isaacs (eds.), Understanding the Lord of the Rings: The Best of Tolkien Criticism, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2004), pp. 183-194.


Battarbee, K., “Speculative Fiction and Ideology,” in K. Battarbee (ed.), Scholarship and Fantasy: Proceedings of the Tolkien Phenomenon, May 1992, Turku, Funland, (Turku: University of Turku, 1993), pp. 187-192.


Biddick, Kathleen, The Shock of Medievalism, (Durham: Duke University Press, 1998).


Bloch, R. Howard, “Naturalism, Nationalism, Medievalism”, Romantic Review, 76, (1985), pp. 341-360.


Bloch, R. Howard, and Stephen G. Nicolas (ed.), Medievalism and the Modernist Temper, (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1996).


Burger, D., “The Uses of the Past in The Lord of the Rings,” Kansas Quarterly, Vol. 16, (1984), pp. 23-28.


Bowman, Sarah Lynne, “Psychodrama and Other Forms of Drama Therapy”, in Sarah Lynne Bowman, The Functions of Role-Playing Games: How Participants Create Community, Solve Problems and Explore Identity, (North Carolina: McFarland & Co. Publishers, 2010).


Brooks, Chris, The Gothic Revival, (London: Phaidon, 1999).


Burchell, Lawrence, Victorian Schools: A Study in Colonial Government Architecture, 1837-1900, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1980).


Burke, Janine, Australian Gothic: A Life of Albert Tucker, (Milsons Point: Knopf, 2002).


Burnett, Charles, "Why Study Ptolemy's Almagest? The evidence of MS Melbourne, State Library of Victoria, Sinclair 224," La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn 2008). "Link to La Trobe"


Bygott, Ursula, Clifford Turney and Peter Chippendale, Australia’s First: A History of the University of Sydney, Vol. 1, 1850-1939, (Sydney: Hale and Iremonger, 1991).


Canary, R., “Science Fiction as Fictive History,” in T. Clareson (ed.), Many Futures, Many Worlds, (Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1977), pp. 164-181.


Carmody, Shane, “William H. Robinson, Booksellers and the Public Library of Victoria,” La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn, 2008), pp. 91-105. "William H. Robinson, Booksellers and the Public Library of Victoria"


Cassidy-Welch, Megan, “‘A Place of Horror and Vast Solitude’: Medieval Monasticism and the Australian Landscape,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), pp. 189-204.


Chance, J. and A. Siewers (eds.), Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages, (London: Palgrave, 2005), pp. 61 - 75.


Chrulew, Matthew, “‘The Only Limitation Is Your Imagination’: Quantifying the Medieval and Other Fantasies in Dungeons and Dragons,” in Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), pp. 223-240.


Clack, A.M., Glorious Apostle: A History of the Catholic Church in York, (York, W.A.: St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, 2009).


Clunies Ross, Margaret, “Medieval Studies”, in Knowing Ourselves and Others: The Humanities in Australia in the 21st Century, 2, (Canberra: DETYA, 1998), pp. 191-197.


Clunies Ross, M., “Old Norse Studies in Sydney”, in G. Barnes (ed.), Old Norse Studies in the New World, (Sydney: University of Sydney, 1994).


Cox, Ian, "The Rebinding of de Guileville's Pilgrimage of the Lyfe of the Manhode and Pilgrimage of the Sowle," La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn 2008). "Link to La Trobe Journal"


Crossley, John, "Ptolemy's Almagest: its dates and the dating of Oxford, All Souls College, ms. 95," La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn 2008). "Link to La Trobe"


Defending Middle-Earth: Tolkien – Myth and Modernity, (Edinburgh: Floris Books, 1997).


D’Arcens, Louise, “Antipodean Idylls: An Early Australian Translation of Tennyson’s Medievalism,” in Patricia Clare Ingham and Michelle R. Warren (eds.), Postcolonial Moves: Medieval Through Modern, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).


D’Arcens, Louise, “Europe in the Antipodes: Australian Medieval Studies”, Studies in Medievalism, 10, (1998), pp. 13-40.


D’Arcens, Louise, “From Holy War to Border Skirmish: The Colonial Chivalry of Sydney’s First Professors,” in Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 30, (2000), pp. 519-45.


D’Arcens, Louise, “Her own Maistresse? Christine de Pizan the Professional Amateur,” in Louise D’Arcens and Juanita Ruys (eds.), Maistresse of My Wit: Medieval Women, Modern Scholars, (Turhout: Brepols, 2004), pp. 119-145.


D’Arcens, Louise, “Inverse Invasions: Medievalism and Colonialism in Rolf Boldrewood’s A Sydney-Side Saxon ”, in Parergon: Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 22:2, (2005), pp. 159-182. “Link to Article”


D’Arcens, Louise, and Juanita Ruys (eds.), Maistresse of My Wit: Medieval Women, Modern Scholars, (Turhout: Brepols, 2004).


D’Arcens, Louise, “‘Most gentle indeed but most virile’: The Pacifist Medievalism of George Arnold Wood,” in Kathleen Davis and Nadia Altschul (eds.), Medievalism and the Post/colonial Perspective: Historical Foundations to Global Politics, (2007).


D’Arcens, Louise, Old Songs in the Timeless Land: Medievalism in Nineteenth-Century Australian Literature, (University of Western Australia Press: Crawley, 2012).


D’Arcens, Louise, “Screening Early Europe: Premodern Projections”, in Screening the Past, 26, (2009). “Screening the Past”


D’Arcens, Louise, “‘She ensample was by good techynge’: Hermeine Ulrich and Chaucer under Capricorn,” in Philologie im Netz, Beiheft (special issue) “Eminent Chaucerians: Early Women Scholars and the History of Reading Chaucer”, (2007).


D’Arcens, Louise, ““The Last Thing One Might Expect”: The Mediaeval Court at the 1866 Melbourne Intercolonial Exhibition,” in La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn, 2008), pp. 26-39. “Link to La Trobe Journal”


D’Arcens, Louise, “The Past is Another Country: The Australian Middle Ages”, Cesar Dominguez (ed.), Revista de poética medieval, (November, 2006).


D’Arcens, Louise, ““Where No Knight in Armour Has Ever Trod”: The Arthurianism of Jessica Anderson’s Heroines”, Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), pp. 61-80.


Davenport-Hines, Richard, Gothic: Four Hundred Years of Excess, Horror, Evil and Ruin, (London: Fourth Estate, 2000).


Davison, Carol Margaret, “Burning Down the Master’s (Prison)-House: Revolution and Revelation in Colonial and Postcolonial Female Gothic,” in Andrew Smith and William Hughes (eds.), Empire and the Gothic: The Politics of Genre, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).


Downer, L.J., Medieval Studies in Australia Since 1958, (Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1978).


Emery, Victoria, “The Daughters of the Court: Women’s Medievalism in Nineteenth-Century Melbourne,” in Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), pp. 171-188.


Ferrier, Elizabeth, “Mapping the Local in the Unreal City”, Island, 41, (1989), pp. 65-69.


Fine, Gary Alan, Shared Fantasy: Role-Playing Games as Social Worlds, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983).


Fry, C., “The Goddess Ascending: Feminist Neo-Pagan Witchcraft in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Novels,” Journal of Popular Culture, Vol. 27, (1993), pp. 67-80.


Fulton, Helen, “Medieval Studies in Australia”, Aumla: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 100, (November, 2003), pp. 1-12.


Gamer, Michael, Romanticism and the Gothic: Genre, Reception, and Canon Formation, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000).


Ganim, John, “A Belated Afterword to The Once and Future Medievalism”, Antithesis Online Journal, (2005). "Link"


Ganim, John, “Chaucer and Free Love,” in Robert Stein (ed.), Visions and Voices, Essays on Medieval Literature and Culture, (Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005), pp. 344-363.


Ganim, John, “Mary Shelley, Godwin’s Chaucer and the Middle Ages,” in Donka Minkova and Theresa Tinkle (eds.), Chaucer and the Challenges of Medievalism: Studies in Honor of Henry Ansgar Kelly, (Bern: Peter Lang Verlag, 2003), pp. 175-191.


Ganim, John, Medievalism and Orientalism: Three Essays on Literature, Architecture and Cultural Identity, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005).


Ganim, John, “Reversing the Crusades: Hegemony, Orientalism and Film Language in Youssef Chahineís Saladin”, in Tison Pugh and Lynne Ramey (eds.), Filming the Other Middle Ages: Race, Class, and Gender in Medievalist Cinema, (New York: Palgrave, 2007), pp. 45-58.


Ganim, John, “The Gothic After Modernism: Postmodern Medieval Architecture.” Studies in Medievalism, XXI, (Cambridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2005), pp. 35-46.


Gelder, Ken and Rachael Weaver (eds.), MUP Anthology of Australian Colonial Gothic Fiction, (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2007).


Gelder, Ken, “The ‘UnAustralian’ Goth: Notes Towards a Dislocated National Subject,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


Gikandi, Simon, “The Embarrassment of Victorianism: Colonial Subjects and the Lure of Englishness,” in John Kucich and Dianne F. Sadoff (eds.), Victorian Afterlife: Postmodern Culture Rewrites the Nineteenth Century, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000).


Gilchrist, John, “Medievalism and Australian Culture,” Twentieth Century, 14 (1960).


Gott, Ted, "An Iron Maiden for Melbourne - the History and Context of Emmanuel Fremiet's 1906 Cast of Jeanne d'Arc ", La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn 2008). "Link to Article"


Green-Lewis, Jennifer, “At Home in the Nineteenth Century: Photography, Nostalgia, and the Will to Authenticity,” in John Kucich and Dianne F. Sadoff (eds.), Victorian Afterlife: Postmodern Culture Rewrites the Nineteenth Century, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000).


Greetham, David, “Romancing the Text, Medievalising the Book”, in Richard Utz and T.A. Shippey (eds.), Medievalism in the Modern World: Essays in Honour of Leslie J. Workman, (Turnhout: Brepols, 2000).


Guthrie, Steve, “Torture, Inquisition, Medievalism, Reality, TV”, in Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly K. Bell, and Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. 189-216.


Hamilton, Adina, “A New Sort of Castle in the Air: Medievalist Communities in Contemporary Australia,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


Hickey, Helen, “Medievalism and Sorority: The Princess Ida Club”, AntiThesis Online Forum, 3, (2005). “Medievalism & Sorority.”


Hodkinson, Paul, Goth: Identity, Style and Subculture, (Oxford: Berg, 2002).


Holsinger, Bruce, “Medieval Studies, Postcolonial Studies and the Genealogies of Critique,” in Speculum, 77, (2002), 1195-1227.


Huggan, Graham, “Cultural Memory in Postcolonial Fiction: The Uses and Abuses of Ned Kelly,” in Graham Huggan, Interdisciplinary Measures: Literature and the Uses of Postcolonial Studies, (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2008).


Hughes, William and Andrew Smith, “Introduction: The Enlightenment Gothic and Postcolonialism,” in Andrew Smith and William Hughes (eds.), Empire and the Gothic: The Politics of Genre, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).


Hunt, Peter, and Millicent Lenz, Alternative Worlds in Fantasy Fiction, (New York: Continuum, 2001).


Hunter, J., "The Reanimation of Antiquity and the Resistance to History: MacPherson, Scott, Tolkien", in J. Chance and A. Siewers (eds.), Tolkien's Modern Middle Ages, (London: Palgrave, 2005), pp. 61 - 75.


Hutchinson, David (ed.), A Town Like No Other: The Living Tradition of New Norcia, (South Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1995).


Ingham, Patricia, and Michelle R. Warren (eds.), Postcolonial Moves: Medieval to Modern, (New York: Palgrave, 2003).


James, Paul and Stephanie Trigg, “Rituals of Nationhood: Medievalism, Neo-Traditionalism and Republicanism,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), pp. 255-276.


Johnston, Norman, Forms of Constraint: A History of Prison Architecture, (Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 2000).


Joy, Eileen A., and Myra J. Seaman, “Through a Glass, Darkly: Medieval Cultural Studies at the End of History”, in Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly K. Bell, and Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. 1-22.


Kerr, Eleanor Joan, “Early and High Victorian: The Gothic Revival Architecture of Edmund Thomas Blacket and John Horbury Hunt”, in A. Bradley and T. Smith (eds.), Australian Art and Architecture: Essays Presented to Bernard Smith, (Sydney: Oxford University Press, 1980).


Kerr, Joan and James Broadbent, Gothick Taste in the Colony of New South Wales, (Sydney: The David Ells Press, in association with the Elizabeth Bay House Trust, 1980).


Kline, Daniel T., “The Crisis of Legitimation in Bush’s America and Henry IV’s England”, in Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly K. Bell, and Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp.157-188.


Kraus, J., "Tolkien, Modernism, and the Importance of Tradition," in G Bassham and E. Bronson (eds.), The Lord of the Rings and Philosophy: One Book to Rule Them All, (Chicago: Open Court, 2003), pp. 137-149.


Krips, Valerie, “Medievalism as Heritage: Australian Children’s Books,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


Kucich, John and Dianne F. Sadoff, “Introduction: Histories of the Present,” in John Kucich and Dianne F. Sadoff (eds.), Victorian Afterlife: Postmodern Culture Rewrites the Nineteenth Century, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000).


Lancaster, Kurt, “Do Role-Playing Games Promote Crime, Satanism and Suicide among Players as Critics Claim?” in Journal of Popular Culture, 28, (1994), pp. 67-79.


Lindesay, Vane, "Hugh McCrae as Comic Illustrator," in Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, Item #75, "Item 75" (accessed December 9, 2010).


Lynch, Andrew, “Archaism, Nostalgia and Tennysonian War in The Lord of the Rings,” in Jane Chance and Alfred Siewers (eds.), Tolkien’s Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), pp. 77-92.


Lynch, Andrew, “A Tale of ‘Simple’ Malory and the Critics.” Arthuriana, 16.2 (2006), pp. 10-15.


Lynch, Andrew, “C.J. Brennan’s A Chant of Doom - Australia’s Medieval War,” Australian Literary Studies, 23, (2007), pp. 49-62. “Link”


Lynch, Andrew, “‘I See a Strangeness’: Francis Webb’s Norfolk and English Catholic Medievalism,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


Lynch, Andrew, “Le Morte Darthur for Children: Malory’s Third Tradition,” in Barbara Tepa Lupack, (ed.), Adapting the Arthurian Legends for Children, (New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004), pp. 1-49.


Lynch, Andrew, “Re-making the Middle Ages in Australia: Francis Webb’s “The Canticle” (1953)”, Australian Literary Studies, 19:1, (1999), pp. 44-56. “Link to Document”


Lynch, Andrew, “‘Thingless Names’? The St. George Legend in Australia,” La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn, 2008). “Link to La Trobe Journal”


MacCan, Andrew, “Colonial Gothic: Morbid Anatomy, Commodification and Critique in Marcus Clarke’s The Mystery of Major Molineux”, Australian Literary Studies, 19, (2000), pp. 399-412.


Mackay, Daniel, The Fantasy Role-Playing Game: A New Performing Art, (North Carolina: McFarland, 2001).


Malekin, P., “Remembering the Future: Gene Wolfe’s The Book of the New Sun,” in Donald E. Morse (ed.), The Fantastic in World Literature and the Arts, (Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1987).


Marshall, David W., Mass Market Medieval: Essays on the Middle Ages in Popular Culture, (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2007).


Massam, Katharine, Sacred Threads: Catholic Spirituality in Australia 1922-1962, (Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 1996).


Matthews, David, “And All That: Memory Loss and Medievalism”, Southern Review, 26, (1993).


Matthews, David, “Marcus Clarke, Gothic, Romance,” in Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


McGowan, John, “Modernity and Culture, the Victorians and Cultural Studies,” in John Kucich and Dianne F. Sadoff (eds.), Victorian Afterlife: Postmodern Culture Rewrites the Nineteenth Century, (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000).


McGuire, Ian, “Epistemology and Empire in Idylls of the King”, Victorian Poetry, 30, (1992).


McKenzie, Bertha, Stained Glass and Stone: The Gothic Buildings of the University of Sydney, (Sydney: University of Sydney Press, 1989).


McKitterick, David, "The Hand in the Machine: Facsimiles, Libraries and the Politics of Scholarship," La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn 2008). "Link to La Trobe"


Mead, Jenna, “Medievalism and Memory Work: Archer’s Folly and the Gothic Revival Pile”, Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), pp. 99-118.


Mead, Jenna, “Self-Fashioning and the History of ME”, in UTS Review, 7, (2001).


Meara, David, A.W.N. Pugin and the Revival of Memorial Brasses, (London: Mansell, 1991).


Melzer, Libby, "Flood, Fire and War: Fragmentary Manuscripts in The Medieval Imagination Exhibition," La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn 2008). "Link to La Trobe"


Mendlesohn, Farah, A Short History of Fantasy, (London: Middlesex University Press, 2009).


Menz, Christopher, Morris & Company: Pre-Raphaelites and the Arts and Crafts Movement in South Australia, (Adelaide: Art Gallery Board of South Australia, 1994).


Moore, Michael E., “Wolves, Outlaws, and Enemy Combatants”, in Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly K. Bell, and Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. 217-236.


O’Neill, Pamela, “Historical Reconstruction or Imaginative Recreation? The Nineteenth-Century Approach to the Early Medieval”, AntiThesis Online Forum, 3, (2005). "Historical Reconstruction or Imaginative Recreation? The Nineteenth-Century Approach to the Early Medieval"


Otto, Peter, “Romantic Medievalism and Gothic Horror: Wordsworth, Tennyson, Kendall, and the Dilemmas of Antipodean Gothic”, Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


Partner, Nancy F., “Medieval Histories and Modern Realism: Yet Another Origin of the Novel”, in Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly K. Bell, and Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. 121-134.


Patterson, Lee, Negotiating the Past: The Historical Understanding of Medieval Literature, (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967).


Paxton, D., “Marion Zimmer Bradley and The Mists of Avalon ,” Arthuriana, Vol. 9, (1999), pp. 110-126.


Pulman, Felicity, “Sex, drugs, and other useful things you need to know when writing Medieval England,” in Newswrite, (2006). "Link to Article"


Pulman, Felicity, “The Shalott Trilogy: Turning History and Legend into Fiction for Teenagers,” in Viewpoint Magazine, (Summer, 2003). "Link to Article"


Pulman, Felicity, “Writing Medieval England from Australia,” in Viewpoint Magazine, (Spring, 2004). "Link to Article"


Randles, Sarah, “Rebuilding the Middle Ages: Medievalism in Australian Architecture,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008), p. 147-170.


Riley, Kate, “Elves and Fairies: A Case Study in Australian Art and Publishing”, La Trobe Journal, 77, (Autumn, 2006), pp. 49-67. “Link to La Trobe Journal”


Rogerson, Margaret, “Australian ‘Everymans’: Post-Medieval Spiritual Adventurers,” Stephanie Trigg (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


Rosenthal, Bernard and Paul E. Szarmach, Medievalism in American Culture, (Binghamton: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1989).


Ryan, Chris, Battlefield Tourism: History, Place and Interpretation, (Burlington: Elsevier, 2007).


Seaman, Myra J. and John Green, “Sacrificing Fiction and the Quest for the Real King Arthur”, in Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly K. Bell, and Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. 135-155.


Selling, Kim, ““Fantastic Neomedievalism”: The Image of the Middle Ages in Popular Fantasy,” in D. Ketterer (ed.), Flashes of the Fantastic, (Connecticut: Greenwood, 2004), pp. 211-218.


Shippey, T.A. and Richard Utz (eds), Medievalism in the Modern World: Essays in Honour of Leslie J. Workman, (Turnhout: Brepols, 1998).


Smith, Kevin Paul, The Postmodern Fairytale: Folkloric Intertexts in Contemporary Fiction, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007).


Spencer-Silver, Patricia, Pugin’s Builder: The Life and Work of Sir Ninian Comper, 1864-1960, (London: Royal Institute of British Architects, 1993).


Tourism Western Australia, "Spanish Flavours in the Bush," in Medievalism in Australian Cultural Memory, Item #101, "Item 101"


Trigg, Stephanie, “Chaucer’s Influence and Reception”, in Seth Lerer (ed.), Yale Companion to Chaucer, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006), pp. 528-543.


Trigg, Stephanie, “Chaucer’s ‘lewed peple’: Japes, Apes and the Pre-history of Mass Culture,” in David Matthews, Helen Fulton and Ruth Evans (eds.), Medieval Cultural Studies, (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006), pp. 166-178.


Trigg, Stephanie, Congenial Souls: Reading Chaucer From Medieval to Postmodern, (Minneapolis and London: Minnesota University Press, 2002).


Trigg, Stephanie, “From Medieval to Medievalist — and Back Again?”, in Brian Matthews (ed.), Readers, Writers, Publishers: Essays and Poems, (Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities, 2004), pp. 135-43.


Trigg, Stephanie, “Learning to Live,” in Paul Strohm (ed.), Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature: Middle English, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 459-475.


Trigg, Stephanie, Trigg, Stephanie, “Medievalism and Convergence Culture: Researching the Middle Ages for Fiction and Film,” in Parergon, Vol. 25, (2009), pp. 99-118.


Trigg, Stephanie (ed.), Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, (Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 2008).


Trigg, Stephanie, “Once and Future Medievalism”, AntiThesis Online Forum, 3, (2005). “Once & Future Medievalism”


Trigg, Stephanie, “Reception: Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries,” in Steve Ellis (ed.), Chaucer: An Oxford Guide, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 528-43.


Trigg, Stephanie, “The Injuries of Time: Geoffrey Chaucer, Thomas Speght and Wade’s Boat,” La Trobe Journal, 81, (Autumn, 2008), pp. 106-117. “La Trobe Journal Link”


Trigg, Stephanie, Shame and Honor: A Vulgar History of the Order of the Garter, (University of Pennsylvania Press: Pennsylvania, 2012).


Trigg, Stephanie, “The Vulgar History of the Order of the Garter,” in Gordon McCullen and David Matthews (eds.), Reading the Medieval in Early Modern England, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp. 91-105.


Trigg, Stephanie, “Transparent Walls: Stained Glass and Cinematic Medievalism”, Screening the Past, 26, (2009). "Link"


Trigg, Stephanie, “Walking Through Cathedrals: Medieval Tourism and the Authenticity of Place”, New Medieval Literatures, 7, (2005), pp. 9-33.


Tulloch, Graham, “Competing Medievalisms: Walter Scott, James Hogg and Chivalry,” AntiThesis Online Forum, 3, (2005). “Link to Document”


Weisl, Angela J., ““She appears as brightly radiant as she once was foul:” Medieval Conversion Narratives and Contemporary Makeover Shows”, in Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly K. Bell, and Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. 47-62.


Weisl, Angela, The Persistence of Medievalism: Narrative Adventures in Contemporary Culture, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).


Wilson, Jacqueline Z., “Gothic: The Medieval Legacy in Australian Dark Tourism,” in Jacqueline Z. Wilson (ed.), Prison: Cultural Memory and Dark Tourism, (New York: Peter Lang, 2008).


Zimbardo, R. and N. Isaacs (eds.), Understanding the Lord of the Rings: The Best of Tolkien Criticism, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2004), pp. 183-194.