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History


Publications






Articles




"Chevauchees, mascarades et jeux acoustumez: jurisdiction over carnival in sixteenth-century Rouen" forthcoming in the book Pemission et Sanction (2017)

"Enfants de la ville: Bourgeois horsemanship and combat games in French royal entries" in Sport and Culture in Early Modern Europe, eds. John McClellan and Brian Merrilees (Toronto: CRRS, 2009), 269-294. Full text (PDF).

"Patrons of Poetry: Rouen's Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception of our Lady", in The Reach of the Republic of Letters: Learned and Literary Societies in Late Medieval Early Modern Europe, eds. Arjan van Dixhoorn and Susie Speakman Sutch (Leiden: Brill, 2008), 33-78. Full text (PDF).

"Piety, Poetry and Politics: Rouen's Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception and the French Wars of Religion" in Early Modern Confraternities in Europe and the Americas: International and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, eds. Christopher Black and Pamela Gravestock (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006), 151-170.

"Renaissance Printing and Provincial Culture in Sixteenth-Century Rouen", University of Toronto Quarterly 73:4 (2004), Special Issue: New Scholarship in Book History and Print Culture, 1011-1020. Full text (PDF)

"Measuring the Impact of Brotherhood: Robert Putnam's Making Democracy Work and Confraternal Studies", Confraternitas 14:1 (2003), 3-12. Full text.

"Local Printing, Local Pride: Rouen's Nineteenth-Century Bibliophiles and the Renaissance Printing Industry", in The Renaissance in the Nineteenth Century/Le 19e siècle renaissant, eds. Yannick Portebois and Nicholas Terpstra (Toronto: CRRS, 2002), 199-216.

"The Triumph of the Abbey of the Conards: Spectacle and Sophistication in a Rouen Carnival", in Medieval and Early Modern Rituals: Formalized Behavior in the East and West, ed. Joëlle Rollo-Koster (Leiden: Brill, 2002), 147-173.

"Carnival in Rouen: A History of the Abbaye des Conards", The Sixteenth Century Journal 22:4 (2001), 1027-1056.

"The Virgin and Saint Cecilia: Music in the Confraternal Puys of Rouen", Confraternitas 8:2 (1997), 3-8. Full text.

"Moderate Devotion, Mediocre Poetry and Magnificent Food: The Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception of Rouen", Confraternitas 7:1 (1996), 3-10.

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Encyclopedia Articles




"Humanism and Learning" in Renaissance and Reformation, a reference set for secondary students (Marshall Cavendish: 2007). (13 pages).

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Reviews




Les Confréries de pénitents à Toulouse. Deux études in Confraternitas 25:2 (Fall 2014). Full text

Les confréries dans la ville de Rouen à l’époque moderne, XVIe–XVIIIe siècles. Documents presentés par Marc Venard, in Confraternitas 25:1 (Spring 2014). Full text.

Confréries et confrères en Limousin du Moyen Age à nos jours in Confraternitas 24:1 (Spring 2013)

Confréries et devotions dans la Catholicité moderne (Mi-XVe-début XIXe siècle). Études réunies par Bernard Dompnier et Paola Vismara. Collection de l'École française de Rome, 393. Rome: École française de Rome, 2008, in Confraternitas 19:2 (Fall 2009), 31-32.

Louise Bourdua, The Franciscans and Art Patronage in Late Medieval Italy, in Confraternitas 15:1 (Spring 2004).

Petite Anthologie Palinodique (1485-1550), ed. Denis Hüe, Textes de la Renaissance 59 (Paris: Honoré Champion, 2002), in Confraternitas 14:1 (Spring 2003), 20-22.

Confraternities and Catholic Reform in Italy, France and Spain, eds. John Patrick Donnelly and Michael W. Maher (Kirksville: Thomas Jefferson University Press, 1999), in Confraternitas 10:2 (Fall 1999), 23-24

Jon Arrizabalaga, John Henderson and Roger French, The Great Pox: The French Disease in Renaissance Europe (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997), in Confraternitas 9:2 (Fall 1998), 35-37

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Conference Presentations




"Literary Societies: Corporate Culture and Civil Society", Ways of Communication: Literary and Learned Societies and the Republic of Letters (1200-1700), Wolfenbüttel, Germany, June 24-26, 2008.

"The 'Puy de la Conception Notre Dame' of Rouen", The Reach of the Republic of Letters: Learned and Literary Societies in Early Modern Europe, II, Rome, Italy, March 9-12, 2006.

"The Renaissance in Rouen: The context of the Entries of the early sixteenth century", The Mediations of Royal Entry Ceremonies (1530-1650), Workshop sponsored by GRES, University of Toronto, March 2005

"Adapting the Renaissance to Rouen", Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Toronto, October 2004

"Enfants de la ville: Bourgeois horsemanship and combat games in French royal entries", Athletes and Athletics, 1000-1650 A.D., Toronto, June 2004

"Piety, Poetry and Politics: Rebuilding Rouen's Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception after the French Wars of Religion", Renaissance Society of America, Toronto, March 2003

"Renaissance Printing and Provincial Culture in Sixteenth-Century Rouen", New Scholarship in Book History and Print Culture, Toronto, October 2002

"David Ferrand at the Puy of Rouen: Patois Poetry and Provincial Culture", Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Toronto, April 2002.

"Local Printing, Local Pride: Rouen's Nineteenth-Century Bibliophiles and the Renaissance Printing Industry", The Renaissance in the Nineteenth Century, Toronto, October 2001

"The Literature of the Abbaye des Conards: Popular Texts in Sixteenth-Century Rouen", The Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Toronto, October 1998

"Literary and Religious Innovation among the Bourgeois of Sixteenth-Century Rouen", Motives, pretexts, speeches and events: literature, history and the use of the past in early modern Europe (Conference), Toronto, March 1998

"Conards and Bateleurs: the Production of Comic Theatre in Mid-Sixteenth-Century Rouen", International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 1997

"From the Confraternity of Sainte Cécile to the Abbey of the Conards: The Role of Confraternities in Rouen's Festive Life", International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 1996

"The Abbaye des Conards during the Wars of Religion", Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Boston, March 1996

"Bad Poetry, Good Food and Moderate Devotion: The Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception of Rouen", International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 1995

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Thesis




Literary Aspects of Urban Culture in Rouen, c. 1500-c.1640. M.Litt thesis, Oxford University, 1995. 337 pp.

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