Fellows’ Publications and Other Projects

Groen, Basilius

  • Basilius Groen. 2012. “ ‘Glory to the Holy Trinity’: Trinitarian Theology of the Byzantine Liturgical and Spiritual Tradition.” The Journal of Eastern Christian Studies. Vol. 64: 201-251.

Gruenbaum, Caroline

  • Caroline Gruenbaum. 2021. “The Quest for the ‘Charity Dish’: Interpretation in the Hebrew Arthurian Translation Melekh Artus (1279, Northern Italy).” Medieval Encounters 26, no. 6 (February 11, 2021): 517–42.

  • Caroline Gruenbaum. 2020. “‘It Must Be Read Backwards’: Christians Reading Hebrew in A Thirteenth-Century English Psalter (Oxford, Bodl. Or. 621).” Early Middle English. Vol. 2, No. 1: 33-52. 

Guillame-Pey, Cécile

Haggh-Huglo, Barbara

  • Barbara Haggh-Huglo. 2021. “Medieval Offices from Ghent and Cambrai: Some Ways of Interpreting their Melodies.” In Historiae: Liturgical Chant for Offices of Saints in the Middle Ages.  Proceedings of the Conference, Venice, Italy, 26-29 January 2017, ed. David Hiley with others, 179-222. Venice: Fondazione Levi. 

  • Barbara Haggh-Huglo. 2018.  Historia Sancti Hylarii Episcopi Pictaviensis (circa 816-930).  Kitchener, Ontario, Canada : The Institute of Mediaeval Music.  

  • Barbara Haggh-Huglo.  2018.  “Music and Migration as Opportunity: Examples from Ghent.”  In Serendipia: migración como oportunidad, ed. Christian Wentzlaff-Eggebert, 109-127. Cologne: Arbeitskreis Spanien-Portugal-Lateinamerika. 

Ingalls, Monique

  • Monique M. Ingalls, 2018. Singing the Congregation: How Contemporary Worship Music Forms Evangelical Community. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Moniuqe M. Ingalls. 2015. “Of Animatrons and Eschatology: Congregational Music, Mediation, and World-Making.” In Congregational Music Making and Community in a Mediated Age, eds.  Anna Nekola and Tom Wagner, 249-258. Farnham, U.K. and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Press. 

Ishac, Emphrem

  • Ephrem Ishac. 2021. “Hidden Syrian Manuscripts at Yale.” In Tracing Written Heritage in a Digital Age, eds. Ephrem A. Ishac, Thomas Csanády and Theresa Zammit Lupi. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

Jarjour, Tala

  • Tala Jarjour. 2018. Sense and Sadness: Syriac Chant in Aleppo.  Oxford University Press, 2018.

Karnes, Michelle

  • Michele Karnes. 2022. Medieval Marvels and Fictions in the Latin West and Islamic World. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

  • Michele Karnes. 2020. “The Possibilities of Medieval Fiction.” New Literary History, Vol. 51, No. 1, Winter 2020: 209-228. 

Lepine, Ayla

  • Ayla Lepine and Kate Jordan, eds.  2018.  Modern Architecture and Religious Communities 1860-1970: Building the Kingdom.  Abingdon-on-Thames, England, UK: Routledge.

  • Ayla Lepine. 2017. “New Viewpoints on the Hereford Screen,” British Art Studies, (online: britishartstudies.ac.uk) No. 5: Spring 2017.

  • Ayla Lepine and Maggie Dawn. 2017. “The Deluge 1920 by Winifred Knights.”  Tate’s In Focus, March, 2017.

  • Ayla Lepine. 2016. “Modern Gothic and the House of God: Revivalism and Monasticism in Two Twentieth-Century Anglican Chapels.” Visual Resources. Vol. 32: 76-101.

  • Ayla Lepine. 2016. “Global Anglicanism’s Art & Architectural Revolution, 1829-1914.” In Oxford History of Anglicanism, Vol. 3, ed. Rowan Strong. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Ayla Lepine, Matt Lodder, and Rosalind McKever, eds.  2015.  Revival: Memories, Identities, Utopias.  London: Courtauld Books Online. 

  • Ayla Lepine. 2015. “Fabric of Devotion: William Quiller Orchardson’s The Story of a Life and Women Religious in Victorian Britain.” Yale MAVCOR. Winter 2015. Online.

  • Ayla Lepine. 2015. “Anglo-American Modern Gothic: A. W. N. Pugin’s Impact on Ralph Adams Cram.” True Principles. Spring 2015.

  • Ayla Lepine. 2015. “Upon This Rock: St Peter’s Church and Architectural Transformation.” In St Peter’s Church, New York, ed. Aaron Rosen.  Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

  • Ayla Lepine. 2014. “The Persistence of Medievalism: Kenneth Clark and the Gothic Revival.”Architectural History. Vol. 57, Autumn 2014.

Marks, Thomas

Mendez, Hugo

  • Hugo Mendez. 2017. “Stephen the Martyr (Acts vi-viii) in the Early Jerusalem Lectionary System.” Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Volume 68, Issue 1: 22–39.

  • Hugo Mendez. 2017.  “He Spoke… Forever: A Hebrew Idiom in Luke 1:55.” Biblica Vol. 98: 257–269. 

Mikhail, Ramez

  • Ramez Mikhail. 2020.  “‘We will Enter into His Dwelling Place’: Reconstructing the History of the Chants at the Transfer of the Gifts in Egypt.” In Let us be Attentive! Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of the Society of Oriental Liturgy Prešov (Slovakia), 9–14 July 2018, eds. Martin Lüstraeten, Brian Butcher, and Steven Hawkes-Teeples, 173-187. Münster: Aschendorff. 

  • Ramez Mikhail. 2020. “The Presentation of the Lamb: The Prothesis and Preparatory Rites of the Coptic Liturgy.” In Studies in Eastern Christian Liturgies. Münster: Aschendorff Verlag. 

  • Ramez Mikhail. 2019. “Prostrating, Processing, and Burying: The Human Body and its Participation in the Coptic Tradition for Great Friday.” In Le corps humain dans la liturgie: 65e Semaine d’études liturgiques, Paris, Institut Saint-Serge, 2–5 juillet 2018, eds. André Lossky, Goran Sekulovski, and Thomas Pott, 179-191. Studia Oecumenica Friburgensia 90. Münster: Aschendorff. 

  • Ramez Mikhail. 2018.“The Liturgy Coram Patriarcha Revisited: The Prothesis of the Coptic Patriarchal Liturgy in Sources of the 15th–16th Centuries.” Le Muséon. Vol.  131, No. 3–4: 279–312. 

Pamment, Claire

  • Claire Pamment. 2019. “Performing Piety in Pakistan’s Transgender Rights Movement.” TSQ 1, August 2019, Vol. 6, No. 3: 297–314. 

  • Claire Pamment.  2017.   Comic Performance in Pakistan: The Bhānd.  London: Palgrave Macmillan.  

  • Claire Pamment. December 2016. “Teesri Dhun (The Third Tune).” Performance tour produced by Olomopolo Media, funded by Danish Centre for Culture and Development [CKU]. Alhamara, Lahore, Pakistan.

Rosen, Aaron

  • Aaron Rosen.  2015.  Religion and Art in the Heart of Modern Manhattan:  St. Peter’s Church and the Louise Nevelson Chapel.  Farnham, Surrey:  Ashgate.  Routledge paperback edition, 2018.

  • Aaron Rosen.  2016.  Art and Religion in the 21st Century.  London:  Thames & Hudson.