Orality, Literacy, Vernacularity

Jack Goody/Ian Watt,    Literacy in traditional societies     CUP 68

J. Beer    SP 67 70   Villehardouin & oral narrative

Walker    FMLS 7 71   Oral delivery or private reading (Spanish)

A. Lord    FMLS 10 74   Recent work on oral Lit. [also other articles in this number]

W. J. Ong    PMLA 90 75   The writer's audience always a fiction

Wm. Nelson    From `Listen Lordings' to `Dear Reader'   UTQ '76

A. Gransden    MAE 46 77   Silent meanings [cryptograms] in Higden & Elmham

H. Bekker-Nielsen et al. (ed),    Oral Tradition: Symposium    Odense 77

M. Curschmann    M&H 8 77   Oral formula & med. poetry [esp. Nibelungenlied]

L. Thorpe    Neoph 62 78   Gerald of Wales reading his works

M. T. Clanchy,    From memory to written record   Harvard 79

R. Eichmann    NM 80 79   Oral compn. a recapitulatory view

Jeff Opland,    Anglo-Saxon Oral Poetry    Yale UP 80

W. J. Ong    YES 10 80   Reading, technology & the nature of man

Franz Bauml    Spec. 55 80   Varieties & consequences of med. literacy & illiteracy

David Cressy,    Literacy & the social order   CUP 80

Wm. Quinn & Audley Hall,    Jongleur: oral improvisation & ME rom.   Wash. diss. 1982

Paul Saenger    Viator 13 82   Silent reading: its impact on late med. script & society

W. J. Ong,    Orality & Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word   Meth. 82

Brian Stock,    The implications of literacy   Princeton 83

Jesse Gellrich,    The idea of the book in the M. A.   Cornell 85

J. M. Foley,    Oral formulaic theory: Bibliog.    Garland 85

Michael Chesnutt    Minstrel reciters & the enigma of the ME rom.    Culture & History 2 87 48-67

Serge Lusignan,    Parler vulgairement: les intellectuels & la langue française au XIII & XIV    Montreal 87

S. Huot,    From Song to Book: Poetics of writing in OF lyric and narrative   Cornell 87

R. F. Yeager    Text 3 87    English, Latin and the Text as "Other"

Alain Renoir,    A Key to Old Poems: Oral-Formulaic Context   Penn State 87

John Miles Foley,    Oral-Formulaic Theory: Bibliog.    Garland 87

Jesse Gellrich    Orality, literacy & crisis in the late M. A.   PQ 67 88

Paul Zumthor    Viator 19 88   The vocalization of the text: the med. `poetic effect'

Rosamond McKitterick (ed.),    The Carolingians & the written word   CUP 89

John Southworth,    The Eng. med. minstrel    Brewer 89

Roger Chartier (ed.),    The Culture of Print   Princeton 89

Rosamond McKitterick (ed.),    The uses of literacy in early med. Europe    CUP 90

Brian Stock,    Listening for the text: on the uses of the past   Johns Hopkins 90

Suzanne Fleischman    Philology, linguistics & the discourse of the med. text   Spec. 90

D. H. Green    Spec. 65 90 Orality & reading: the state of research in med. st. 

Joseph Loewenstein    JMRS 20 90   Italics and the genesis of authorship

Murray McGillivray,    Memorization in the transmission of ME romances   Garland 90

Andrew Taylor    The myth of the minstrel text   Spec. 66 91

A. N. Doane & Carol B. Pasternack (eds.),    Vox Intexta: orality & literacy in MA   Wisc. 91

J. Harris (ed.),    The ballad and oral literature   Harvard 91

Seth Lerer,    Literacy & Power in Anglo-Saxon Lit.    Nebraska 91

Andrew Taylor    Minstrel narration in the ME rom.   YES 22 92

Robert C. Ross    Oral life, written text (M. Kempe)   YES 22 92

M. Burger    MS 55 93   Sending, writing, speaking in diocesan 13th c. Lincoln

Mark Amodio (ed.),    Oral poetics in ME poetry   Garland 94

Nancy Bradbury    Literacy, orality, and the poetics of ME romance   In Amodio, Oral poetics 94

Diane Uhlman    SP 91 94   Orality and literacy in Margery Kempe

Martin Irvine,    The making of textual culture 350-1100   CUP 94

Henri-Jean Martin,    The history and power of writing   Chicago 94

N. F. Blake    YES 25 95   Speech & writing: a hist. overview

Joyce Coleman    YES 25 95   Interactive parchment: theory & practice of ME aurality

-------------,    Public reading and the reading public in late med. England and France   CUP 96

J. Gellrich,    Discourse & dominion in 14th c. : oral contexts of writing in philosophy, politics and poetry   Princeton 95

J. D. Schaeffer    PMLA 111 96   Dialectic of orality and literacy: De Doct. Christ. Bk. 4

Timothy S. Haskett    MS 58 96   English as a testamentary language 1387-1450

Andrew Cowell    Exemplaria 8 96   The fall of the oral economy: writing economics on the dead body

H. Pilch (ed.),    Orality and literacy in early ME

P. Saenger,    Space between words: the origins of silent reading   Stanford 97

Marco Mostert (ed.),    Organising the written word: scripts, MSS & texts   Brepols 99

Nancy Mason Bradbury    RES 50 99   Writing aloud: storytelling in late med. England

K. Heidecker (ed.),    Charters & the use of the written word in med. society   Brepols 00