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Recent Recipients of the Van Courtlandt Elliott Prize






Alison Locke Perchuk, “Schismatic (Re)Visions: Sant’Elia near Nepi and Sta. Maria in Trastevere in Rome, 1120-1143,” Gesta 5 (2016): 179-212. 

 Rosemary O’Neill, "Counting Sheep in the C Text of Piers Plowman,” The Yearbook of Langland Studies 29 (2015), 89-116.

David Shyovitz, “Christian and Jews in the Twelfth-Century Werewolf Renaissance,” Journal of the History of Ideas 75/4 (2014), 521-43. 

2015 Hughes, Laura. "Machaut's Virtual Voir Dit and the Moment of Heidegger's Poetry." Exemplaria 25:3, pp. 192-210.
2014 Milliman, Paul. "Ludus Scaccarii: Games and Governance in Twelfth-Century England." Chess in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: A Fundamental Thought Paradigm of the Premodern World, ed. D. E. O'Sullivan (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012): 63-86.
Jamie Kreiner, "About the Bishop: the Episcopal Entourage and the Economy of Government in Post-Roman Gaul," Speculum 86 (2011), 321–60.

Lee Manion, "The Loss of the Holy Land andSir Isumbras: Literary Contributions to Fourteenth-Century Crusade Discourse,”Speculum 85 (2010), 65–90.


Anna Zayaruznaya, "'She Has a Wheel That Turns...': Crossed and Contradictory Voices in Machant's Motets," Early Music History 28 (2009), 185-240.


John Bugbee, "Sight and Sound in St. Erkenwald: On Theodicy and the Senses," Medium aevum 77 (2008), 202-21.


Suzanne LaVere, "From Contemplation to Action: The Role of the Active Life in the Glossa ordinaria on the Song of Songs," Speculum 82 (2007), 54-69.


Nina Rowe, "Synagoga Tumbles, a Rider Triumphs: Clerical Viewers and the Fürstenportal of Bamberg Cathedral," Gesta 45 (2006), 15-42.


Anne Latowsky, "Foreign Embassies and Roman Universality in Einhard's Life of Charlemagne", Florilegium 22 (2005), 25-57


Diliana Angelova, "The Ivories of Ariadne and Ideas about Female Imperial Authority in Rome and Early Byzantium," Gesta 43 (2004), 1-15.


Daniel Hobbins, "The Schoolman as Public Intellectual: Jean Gerson and the Late Medieval Tract," American Historical Review 108 (2003), 1308-37.


Carol Symes, "The Appearance of Early Vernacular Plays: Forms, Functions, and the Future of Medieval Theater, " Speculum 77 (2002), 778-831.


Robert J. Meyer-Lee, "Hoccleve and the Apprehension of Money," Exemplaria 13 (2001), 173 - 214.


Rachel M. Koopmans, "The Conclusion of Christina of Markyate's Vita," Journal of Ecclesiastical History 51 (2000), 663-98.

John S. Ott, "Urban Space, Memory, and Episcopal Authority: The Bishops of Amiens in Peace and Conflict, 1073-1164," Viator 31 (2000), 43-77.


Jessica Brantley, "The Iconography of the Utrecht Psalter and the Old English Descent into Hell," Anglo-Saxon England 28 (1999), 43-63.


Catherine Sanok, "Criseyde, Cassandre, and the Thebaid: Women and the Theban Subtext of Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde," Studies in the Age of Chaucer 20 (1998): 41-71.


Jeffrey A. Bowman, "Do Neo-Romans Curse? Law, Land, and Ritual in the Midi (900-1100)," Viator 28 (1997), 1-32.

Linda Olson, "Reading Augustine's Confessiones in Fourteenth-Century England: John de Grandisson's Fashioning of Text and Self," Traditio 52 (1997), 201-57.


Nancy Caciola, "Wraiths, Revenants, and Ritual in Medieval Culture," Past & Present 152 (1996), 3-45.


Eric J. Goldberg, "Popular Revolt, Dynastic Politics, and Aristocratic Factionalism in the Early Middle Ages: The Saxon Stellinga Reconsidered," Speculum 70 (1995), 467-501.

Eric Lawee, "On the Threshold of the Renaissance: New Methods and Sensibilities in the Biblical Commentaires of Isaac Abarbanel," Viator 26 (1995), 283-319.


Noel Fallows, "Chivalric Manuals in Medieval Spain: The Doctrinal de los Caualleros (c. 1444) of Alfonso de Cartagena," Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 24 (1994), 53-87.

Loren J. Weber, "The Historical Importance of Godfrey of Viterbo," Viator 25 (1994), 153-91.


Christopher Cannon, "Raptus in the Chaumpaigne Release and a Newly Discovered Document Concerning the Life of Geoffrey Chaucer," Speculum 68 (1993), 74-94.


Daniel H. Weiss, "The Three Solomon Portraits in the Arsenal Old Testament and the Construction of Meaning in Crusader Painting," Arte medievale 6/2 (1992), 15-38.


Susannah F. Baxendale, "Exile in Practice: The Alberti Family In and Out of Florence, 1401-1428," Renaissance Quarterly 44/4 (1991), 720-56.


Amy G. Remensnyder, "Un problème de cultures ou de culture? La statue-reliquaire et les joca de sainte Foy de Conques dans le Liber miraculorum de Bernard d'Angers," Cahiers de civilisation médiévale 33/4 (1990), 351-79.


No prize awarded.


Joel Kaye, "The Impact of Money on the Development of Fourteenth-Century Scientific Thought," Journal of Medieval History 14 (1988), 251-70.

James T. Todesca, "The Monetary History of Castile-Leon (ca. 1100-1300) in Light of the Bourgey Hoard," American Numismatic Society Museum Notes 33 (1988), 129-203.


Theresa Tinkle, "Saturn of the Several Faces: A Survey of the Medieval Mythographic Traditions," Viator 18 (1987), 289-307.


No prize awarded.


Anne Walters Robertson, "The Reconstruction of the Abbey Church at St-Denis (1231-81): The Interplay of Music and Ceremony with Architecture and Politics," Early Music History 5 (1985), 187-238.


Margot E. Fassler, "Who Was Adam of St. Victor? The Evidence of the Sequence Manuscripts," Journal of the American Musicological Society 37 (1984), 233-69.


Robin Fleming, "Domesday Estates of the King and the Godwines: A Study in Late Saxon Politics," Speculum 58 (1983), 987-1007.

Susan A. Keefe, "Carolingian Baptismal Expositions: A Handlist of Tracts and Manuscripts," in Carolingian Essays, ed. Uta-Renate Blumenthal (Washington, D.C., 1983), pp. 169-237.


Katherine H. Tachau, "The Problem of the species in medio in the Generation after Ockham," Medieval Studies 44 (1982), 394-443.

Lance W. Brunner, "A Perspective on the Southern Italian Sequence: The Second Tonary of the Manuscript Monte Cassino 318,” Early Music History 1(1981), 117–64.
Carolyn Marino Malone, "Les fouilles de Saint-Bénigne de Dijon (1976–1978) et le problème de l’église de l’an mil,” Bulletin monumental 138.3 (1980), 253–84.
Paul H. Freedman, "An Unsuccessful Attempt at Urban Organization in Twelfth-Century Catalonia,” Speculum 54 (1979), 479–91.

Virginia Jansen, "Superposed Wall Passages and the Triforium Elevation of St. Werburg’s, Chester,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 38 (1979), 223–43.
Judith Oliver, for "The Mosan Origins of Johannes von Valkenburg,” Wallraf-Richartz Jahrbuch 40 (1978), 23-37.

Stephen Spector, "Symmetry in Watermark Sequences,” Studies in Bibliography 31 (1978). 162–78.
Charles M. Atkinson, "The Earliest ‘Agnus Dei’ Melody and Its Tropes,” Journal of the American Musicological Society 30 (1977) 1–19.

Constance B. Bouchard, "The Geographical, Social, and Ecclesiastical Origins of the Bishops of Auxerre and Sens in the Central Middle Ages,” Church History 46 (1977) 277–95.
Norman Roth, "The Jews and the Muslim Conquest of Spain,” Jewish Social Studies 37 (1976), 145–58.
Kevin P. Keane, "Why Creation? Bonaventure and Thomas Aquinas on God as Creative Good,” Downside Review 93 (1975), 100–121.

Thomas J. Heffernan, "An Analysis of the Narrative Motifs in the Legend of St Eustace,” Medievalia et Humanistica, n.s. 6 (1975), 63–89.
C. Clifford Flanigan, "The Roman Rite and the Origins of Liturgical Drama,” University of Toronto Quarterly 43 (1974), 269–87.
Louis M. La Favia, "Per una reinterpretazione dell’episodio di Manafredi,” Dante Studies 91 (1973), 81–100.
Stephen A. Barney, "Troilus Bound,” Speculum 47 (1972), 445–58.
Joseph Harris, "Maiden in a Mor Lay and the Medieval Magdalene Tradition,” Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 1 (1971), 59–87.
Stanley A. Chodorow, " Magister Gratian and the Problem of "Regnum’ and ‘Sacerdotium,’” Traditio 26 (1970), 364–81.

Roberta Frank, "Onomastic Play in Kormakr’s Verse,” Mediaeval Scandinavia 3 (1970), 7–34.


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