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Veronica West-Harling

Bibliografia degli scritti (1999-2013)

  • Sono indicati i testi scaricabili da Reti Medievali, e segnalati anche altri testi eventualmente presenti nel web.


  1. The English Church and the Continent in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries. Cultural, Artistic and Spiritual Exchanges, Oxford University Press, 1992, 328 p. Electronic publication by OUP in 2011.
  2. In Search of the Holy Grail: The Quest for the Middle Ages, Hambledon Continuum, hbk 2006, pbk 2007, 336 p.
  3. Corby: Past and Present, Alden Press, 2008, 164 p.

Capitoli in libro

  1. 'The Anglo-Saxon Church and the Papacy', new ch. in The English Church and the Papacy in the Middle Ages,  gen ed. C.H. Lawrence, 2nd ed. (1999), 29-62.
  2. 'Virgin Queens: abbesses and power in Early Anglo-Saxon England'  in  Belief and Culture in the Middle Ages, eds. R. Gameson and H. Leyser (2001), 59-68.
  3. Minster Lovell and Kencot in Vol. XV of the Victoria Counties History of Oxfordshire, ed. S. Townley, Boydell and Brewer, 2006), 147-205.


  1. C. Brooke and V. Ortenberg, 'The Birth of Margaret of Anjou', Historical  Research  61 (1988), 357-8.
  2. 'Archbishop Sigeric's pilgrimage to Rome in 990', Anglo-Saxon England  19 (1990), 197-246. - (Download)
  3. 'An unknown text about Old St Peter's in Rome in the Tenth Century', Journal of Antiquaries  70 (1990), 115-20.
  4. M.G. Brennan and V. Ortenberg, 'Deux visiteurs anglais au Trésor de St Denis au dix-septième siècle', Paris et Ile-de-France  42 (1991), 261-71.
  5. 'Le culte de Marie Madeleine dans l'Angleterre anglo-saxonne', Mélanges de l'Ecole française de Rome 104 (1992), 13-35 (Festschrift for Prof. G. Duby's retirement). - (Download)
  6. V. Ortenberg and D. Iogna-Prat, 'Genèse du culte de la Madeleine', idem, 9-11 (General Introduction to the volume). - (Download)
  7. 'Angli aut angeli: les Anglo-Saxons ont-ils sauvé la papauté au VIIe siècle?', Revue Mabillon 67 (n. s. 6) (1995), 5-32.
  8. 'Cet Irlandais qui évangélisa l'Europe', L'Histoire, Special issue on Monasticism, 1998.
  9. 'Aux périphéries du monde carolingien: liens dynastiques et nouvelles fidélités dans le royaume anglo-saxon', in La  Royauté et les élites laïques et ecclésiastiques dans l'Europe carolingienne  (du début du IXe siècle aux environs de 920). Actes du Colloque organisé par le  Centre d'Histoire de la  Région  du Nord et de l'Europe  du Nord-Ouest,  ed. R. Le Jan, Lille, 1998, 505-17.
  10. 'Medievalism as Fun and Games', Studies in Medievalism 17 (2009), 1-16. - (Download)
  11. '"The King from Overseas": Why Did Aethelstan Matter in Tenth-Century Continental Affairs?', in England and the Continent in the Tenth Century, eds. D. Rollason and C. Leyser (Brepols, 2011),  211-36. - (Download)
  12. "Errol Le Cain's Fairy Tales as Manuscript Illumination," in Cahier Calin: Makers of the Middle Ages. Essays in Honor of William Calin, ed. Richard Utz and Elizabeth Emery (Print: Kalamazoo, MI: Studies in Medievalism, 2011, 33-35; Online: Available at: http://works.bepress.com/richard_utz/86). - (Download)
  13. 'La genèse du culte de la Conception de Marie: l'étape anglaise', Actes du Colloque Marie et le 'Fête aux Normands', ed. F. Thelamon, Publications de l'Université de Rouen, 2011, 73-81. - (Download)
  14. 'Un prince-évêque au XI siècle : l’archevêque d’York Ealdred', Actes de l'atelier De la Mer du Nord à la Mer Baltique, CEGES, Presses de l'Université de Lille, 2011, 143-57. - (Download)
  15. ‘Roman Highlights and their English Afterlife’, in England and Rome in the Early Middle Ages: Piety, Politics and Culture, ed. F. Tinti (Brepols, publ. expected 2013).
  16. ‘Venecie due sunt: Venice and its grounding in the Adriatic and North Italian background’, in M. Valenti and C. Wickham eds, Italia, 888-962: una svolta (Roma: Viella, publ. expected 2013).

In corso di elaborazione:

  • Modernism and the Idea of the Quest (Palgrave Macmillan).
  • Chapters in the Companion to Medievalism, ed. T. Shippey (Boydell and Brewer). - (Download)
  • The Glamour of the Middle Ages: Medievalism and the Heritage Industry , monograph in series co-edited by K. Fugelso (Towson University, U.S.) and C. Jones (Univ. of St Andrews) (Boydell and Brewer).
  • Italy from one empire to another: imperial ideology and political realities in the construction of city identity from Byzantine to Ottonian Italy. The cases of Rome, Ravenna and Venice in the 9th and 10th centuries (Progetto di ricerca sponsorizzato dall’ Arts and Humanities Research Council, U.K (2011-2014).
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