Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies

(The TQCC of Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Medieval Pilgrimage as Heterotopia3
Reconsidering the Boredom of King James: Performance and Premodern Histories3
Andrew Marvell in Russia2
Unbinding the Maternal Body in Lucy Hutchinson’s Order and Disorder2
Competing Humanisms2
Pilgrimage and Textual Culture2
Milk and Miracles: Heteroglossia and Dissent in Venetian Religious Art after the Council of Trent2
An Old Materialism1
Thomas Aquinas and Dionysian Ecclesiastical Hierarchy1
The Audacity of Judging Mind in Medieval England1
Ideologies of Diplomacy1
Trusting Women's Visions: The Discernment of Spirits in Julian of Norwich's Revelation of Love1
The Authority of Written and Oral Sources of Knowledge in Ludolf of Sudheim’s De itinere Terre Sancte1
Imagining the Virtues: Medieval and Early Modern Histories1
“A wife or friend at e’ery Port”1
The Severed Head as Public Sculpture in Late Medieval England1
The Restless Orders of Nature: Multispecies Classification in Jean Corbechon's Livre des propriétés des choses1
Who Has Intention? Chaucer Studies and the Search for Meaning1
“Good in Every Thing”: Erasmus and Communal Virtue in As You Like It1
Our Inner Custodian1
The Madness of Hugo van der Goes: The Troubled Search for Origins in Early Netherlandish Painting1
Theological Polemics and James I’s Diplomacy, 1603–16171
Diplomatic Parrhesia and the Ethos of Trustworthiness in Hotman’s The Ambassador and Shakespeare’s Henry V0
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The Art of Conjecture: A Window into the Heart0
Bodies of Evidence: Judges and Surgeons at the Crime Scene in Early Modern France0
New Books across the Disciplines0
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Infinite Sorrows: Catastrophic Forms in Chaucer's Knight's Tale0
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The Dominican Educational and Social Contexts of Riccoldo of Monte Croce’s Pilgrimage Writing0
The Apocalyptic Aesthetics of the List: Form and Political Economy in Wynnere and Wastoure0
Calvinist Versions of God: A Revolution in Medieval Tradition0
Reading Diplomacy across the Archives0
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Edward Pococke (1604–1691), Comparative Arabic-Hebrew Philology, and the Bible0
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The Copy Room: Imagining a Huguenot Library in Early Modern London0
“Not a drop of tears, or any sweat from fear came from her”: Interrogating Mind, Body, and Emotions in Early Modern German Witch Trials0
Scholastic Literary Theory: Intentionalism and the Desire for Stable Sense0
Petrarch's Civilized Barbarians0
Building Paper Embassies0
Visual Judgment: Physiognomy, Law, Medicine, and Art in Sixteenth-Century Venice0
Managed Catastrophe: Problem-Solving and Rhyming Couplets in the Seventeenth-Century Country House Poem0
John Donne in the Hague and the Hague at the Globe: Performing Reformation England's Religio-Political Doctrine of Perseverance0
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Making or Declaring Law? Legislative Intent and Privileged Speech in Anglo-Saxon England0
Virtual Reality: Virtue, the Eucharist, and Translation in the Writings of Thomas More0
Attending to the Passion in Early Modern England: Lancelot Andrewes's Good Friday Sermons0
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Afterword: Documenting Performance across the Medieval/Modern Frontier0
“Al the town in a rore”: Authority, Revolt, and Rational Obedience in Thomas Usk's Appeal and Testament of Love0
Introduction to Whither the Bodies? A Forum0
Fate, Human Character, and Divinatory Perception in Early Modern Metoposcopy0
Forms of Catastrophe0
Empire, Shame, and Medieval Text Editing: The Case of Beowulf Line 1382a0
Margery Kempe as Mankind: Scripted Devotion and East Anglian Performance Culture0
Textual Representations of Greek Christianity during the English Reformations0
Survivors of Witch Trials and the Quest for Justice in Early Modern Germany0
Performance beyond Drama0
Marginal Geography: Pedagogical Design in Medieval Commentaries on Classical Poems0
Wicked Mysteries and Notorious Conjurors: Magic, Rape, and Violence in Two Early Modern Pamphlets0
Marginal Performances by Late Medieval Pigs and Blind Men0
“They Saw Mute Creation Trembling”: Forms of Catastrophe in the Old English Christ III0
“Printed follyes”: Mountebanks and the Performance of Ambivalence within the Archive0
Unwritten Virtues, Selves, and Texts: Early Modern Self-Erasure0
The Byzantine Icon of the Virgin in the Church of the Blachernae: Michael Psellos on the Problem of Miraculous Timing0
Nugae on the Block: Maffeo Vegio (1407–1458), Virgil, and the Early Quattrocento Polemic over Light Verse0
The Life of Love and Resistance to Clerical Authority in Book to a Mother and Middle English Lollard Writing0
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Intention and Interpretation, Now and Then0
John Lightfoot (1602–1675), the Westminster Assembly, and the Horae Hebraicae et Talmudicae0
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Festive Friars: Embodied Performance and Audience Affect0
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John Gower Illustrated: The Archer Images, Astronomical Science, and Poetic Identity0
To Measure Is to Feel: The Mathematics of Middle English Metric Relics0
Reorienting English Protestantism0
Medieval Engagement with Authorial Intention0
Holy Land Pilgrimage and Geography in Fifteenth-Century England0
Scrollwork: Visual Cultures of Musical Notation and Graphic Materiality in the English Renaissance0
Early Stuart Clergyman Poets: A Prosopographic Approach0
New Books across the Disciplines0
A Pilgrimage to Purgatory0
The Author's Three Bodies: Codicological Intentionalism and the Medieval Text0
Goya, Portraiture, and the (Impossible) Art of Deciphering Faces0
“Touching the Author's Mind”: Judgment and Intention in Jasper Heywood's Translations of Seneca0
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From Rhetorical Theory to Spiritual Pedagogy in The Cloud of Unknowing0
The Mandylions in Genoa and Rome: On the Authenticity of Christ's True Image in Counter-Reformation Italy0
May Philosophy Flourish: Pantheisticon, Freemasonry, and Eighteenth-Century Ritual Philosophy0
The Meaning of Imagined Pilgrimage0
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The Conditions of Mercy0
Shakespeare's Comedy of Judgment0
Rogationtide Perambulation as Performative Law0
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Pilgrimage, Print, and Performance0
“Do Poor Tom Some Charity”: Performing Poverty and Pity in King Lear0
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Credibility, Certainty, and Belief in Legal Thought and Moral Theology, or On the Afterlife of Augustine's Credulitas0
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Who Owns the Hebrew Doctors? Oriental Scholarship, Historical Proportionality, and the Puritan “Invention” of Avant-Garde Conformity0
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Physiognomy and Visual Judgment in Medieval and Early Modern Europe0
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Faction, Rhetoric, and Ideology0
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The Apocalyptic Chivalry of Thomas Dekker’s The Whore of Babylon and Anglo-Spanish Diplomacy0
From Rabbis and Millenarians to High Church Orthodoxy: Edward Bernard (1638–1697) Reads the 1646 Amsterdam Vocalized Mishnah0
Provoking Performance: Printed Dialogue and Early Modern Publics in Christopher St. German's Salem and Bizance0
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Form versus Catastrophe in the Old English Christ III0
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Ordering Chaos in Old English Wisdom Poetry0