List of volumes

List of volumes

Volumes in the series may be purchased directly from Brepols publishers.

Published volumes:

USML 1New Approaches to Medieval Communication, ed. Marco Mostert, with an Introduction by Michael Clanchy (Turnhout, 1999: USML 1).

USML 2: Marco Mostert, A Bibliography of Works on Medieval Communication (Turnhout, 2012: USML 2).

USML 3Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad, ed. Sarah Rees Jones (Turnhout, 2003: USML 3).

USML 4: Epigraphic Literacy and Christian Identity: Modes of Written Discourse in the Newly Christian European North, ed. Kristel Zilmer and Judith Jesch (Turnhout, 2012: USML 4).

USML 5Charters and the Use of the Written Word in Medieval Society, ed. Karl Heidecker (Turnhout, 2000: USML 5).

USML 6a: cd-rom: Schrift im Wandel B Wandel durch Schrift, hg. von Franz-Josef Arlinghaus, Marcus Ostermann, Oliver Plessow und Gudrun Tscherpel (Turnhout, 2003: USML 6a).

USML 6b: Transforming the Medieval World: Uses of Pragmatic Literacy in the Middle Ages: A cd-rom and a Book, ed. Franz J. Arlinghaus, Marcus Ostermann, Oliver Plessow and Gudrun Tscherpel (Turnhout, 2006: USML 6b).

USML 7: Sally N. Vaughn, St Anselm and the Handmaidens of God: A Study of Anselm’s Correspondence with Women (Turnhout, 2002: USML 7).

USML 8Reading Images and Texts: Medieval Images and Texts as Forms of Communication: Papers from the Third Utrecht Symposium on Medieval Literacy, Utrecht, 7-9 December 2000, ed. Mariëlle Hageman and Marco Mostert (Turnhout, 2005: USML 8).

USML 9The Development of Literate Mentalities in East Central Europe, ed. Anna Adamska and Marco Mostert (Turnhout, 2004: USML 9).

USML 10: Roger Wright, A Sociophilological Study of Late Latin (Turnhout, 2002: USML 10).

USML 11: Arnved Nedkvitne, The Social Consequences of Literacy in Medieval Scandinavia (Turnhout, 2004: USML 11).

USML 12Orality and Literacy in the Middle Ages: Essays on a Conjunction and its Consequences in Honour of D.H. Green, ed. Mark Chinca and Christopher Young (Turnhout, 2005: USML 12).

USML 13Strategies of Writing: Studies on Text and Trust in the Middle Ages: Papers from “Trust in Writing in the Middle Ages” (Utrecht, 28-29 November 2003), ed. Petra Schulte, Marco Mostert and Irene van Renswoude (Turnhout, 2008: USML 13).

USML 14: Seeing the Invisible in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Papers from “Verbal and Pictorial Imaging: Representing and Accessing Experience of the Invisible, 400-1000” (Utrecht, 11-13 December 2003) , ed. Giselle de Nie, Karl F. Morrison and Marco Mostert (Turnhout, 2005: USML 14).

USML 15: Wolfert S. van Egmond, Conversing with the Saints: Communication in Pre-Carolingian Hagiography from Auxerre (Turnhout, 2006: USML 15).

USML 16: Inger Larsson, Pragmatic Literacy and the Medieval Use of the Vernacular: The Swedish Example (Turnhout, 2009: USML 16).

USML 17: Vernacularity in England and Wales, c. 1300-1550, ed. Elisabeth Salter and Helen Wicker (Turnhout, 2011: USML 17).

USML 18: Zwischen Pragmatik und Performanz: Dimensionen mittelalterlicher Schriftkultur, ed. Christoph Dartmann, Thomas Scharff, and Christoph Friedrich Weber (Turnhout, 2011: USML 18).

USML 19: Geoffrey Koziol, The Politics of Memory and Identity in Carolingian Royal Diplomas: The West Frankish Kingdom (840-987) (Turnhout, 2012: USML 19).

USML 20: Along the Oral-Written Continuum: Types of Text, Relations and Their Implications, ed. Slavica Ranković with Leidulf Melve and Else Mundal (Turnhout, 2010: USML 20).

USML 21: Understanding Monastic Practices of Oral Communication (Western Europe, Tenth-Thirteenth Centuries), ed. Steven Vanderputten (Turnhout, 2011: USML 21).

USML 22: Medieval Legal Process: Physical, Spoken and Written Performance in the Middle Ages, ed. Marco Mostert and P.S. Barnwell (Turnhout, 2011: USML 22).

USML 23: Scraped, Stroked and Bound: Materially Engaged Readings of Medieval Manuscripts, ed. Jonathan Wilcox (Turnhout, 2013: USML 23).

USML 24: Spoken and Written Language: Relations between Latin and the Vernacular Languages in the Earlier Middle Ages, ed. Mary Garrison, Arpad P. Orban and Marco Mostert with the assistance of Wolfert S. van Egmond (Turnhout, 2013: USML 24).

USML 25: Cultures of Religious Reading in the Late Middle Ages: Instructing the Soul, Feeding the Spirit and Awakening the Passion, ed. Sabrina Corbellini (Turnhout, 2013: USML 25).

USML 26Homo Legens: Styles et Pratiques de Lecture: Analyses Comparées des Traditions Orales et Écrites au Moyen Âge – Styles and Practices of Reading: Comparative Analyses of Oral and Written Traditions in the Middle Ages, ed. Svetlana Loutchitsky and Marie-Christine Varol (Turnhout, 2010: USML 26).

USML 27: Writing and the Administration of Medieval Towns: Medieval Urban Literacy I, ed. Marco Mostert and Anna Adamska (Turnhout, 2013: USML 27).

USML 28: Uses of the Written Word in Medieval Towns: Medieval Urban Literacy II, ed. Marco Mostert and Anna Adamska (Turnhout, 2013: USML 28).

USML 29: Djordje Bubalo, Pragmatic Literacy in Medieval Serbia (Turnhout, 2013: USML 29).

USML 30: Organizing the Written Word: Scripts, Manuscripts and Texts, ed. Marco Mostert (Turnhout, in preparation: USML 30). In preparation for publication in 2015-2016.

USML 31: Forms of Individuality and Literacy in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods, ed. Franz-Josef Arlinghaus (Turnhout, 2015: USML 31).

USML 32: Tjamke Snijders, Manuscript Communication: Visual and Textual Mechanics of Communication in Hagiographical Texts from the Southern Low Countries, 900-1200 (Turnhout, USML 32).

USML 33: Medieval Letters Between Fiction and Document, ed. Christian Høgel and Elisabetta Bartoli, with a preface by Francesco Stella and Lars Boje Mortensen (Turnhout, 2015: USML 33).

USML 34: Sensory Perception in the Medieval West, ed. S. Thomson and M. Bintley (Turnhout, 2016: USML 34).

USML 35: Ruling the Script: Formal Aspects of Written Communication (Books, Charters, and Inscriptions), ed. Sébastien Barret, Dominique Stutzmann, and Georg Vogeler (Turnhout, 2016: USML 35).


USML 36: Martine Veldhuizen, The Untamed Tongue: Middle Dutch Notions of Sinful, Unethical, and Criminal Words (1300-1550) (Turnhout, 2017: USML 36).

USML 37: Verbal and Visual Communication in Early English Texts, ed. Matti Peikola, Aleksi Mäkilähde, Hanna Salmi, Mari-Liisa Varila, and Janne Skaffari (Turnhout, 2017: USML 37).

In preparation:

Clergymen, Noblemen and Peasants: Oral and Literate Communication in the Medieval Countryside, ed. Marco Mostert and Anna Adamska (in preparation for 2017).

Agnieszka Bartoszewicz, Urban Literacy in Late Medieval Poland (in preparation for 2017).

The Annotated Book: Early Medieval Practices of Reading and Writing, ed. Mariken Teeuwen and Irene van Renswoude (in preparation for 2017).

Le scribe d’archives dans l’Occident médiéval: formation, carrières, réseaux – Archival Scribes in the Medieval West: Training, Careers, Connections, ed. Xavier Hernand, Jean-François Nieus and Étienne Renard (in preparation for 2017).