Bibliography on the History of Monasticism in
Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages


collected by Albrecht Diem, Syracuse University (adiem@maxwell.syr.edu)


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This is a bibliography of academic literature on late antique and early medieval monasticism. It is certainly not complete but it will be extended and updated regularly. Included are titles on topics such as political history, auxiliary sciences, gender studies, queer studies, church history, anthropology, etc. that may be relevant to monastic studies. Some bibliographical information may be incomplete or contain errors. Editions and translations of primary sources are generally not included.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me with corrections and additions. Feel free also to send me references to your own published work.

 

Number of entries: 8100, last update: Oct. 23, 2016.

 

 

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Abels R., ‘The Council of Whitby: A study in Early Anglo-Saxon Politics’, in: The Journal of British Studies 23:1 (1983), pp. 1-25.

Aberth, John, An Environmental History of the Middle Ages. The Crucible of Nature, Abington: Routledge 2012.

Abou-El-Haj, Barbara, The Medieval Cult of Saints, Cambridge 1995.

Abrahamse, Dorothy de F., ‘Byzantine Asceticism and Women’s Monasteries in Early Medieval Italy’, in: John A. Nichols and Lillian Thomas Shank (eds.), Medieval Religious Women, vol. 1: Distant Echoes, Kalamazoo: Cistercian Publications 1984 (Cistercian Studies Series, vol. 71), pp. 31-50.

Acconcio Longo, Augusta, ‘Il contributo dell’agiografia alla storia delle diocesi italogreche’, in: Ricerche di agiografia italogreca, ed. by Augusta Acconcia Longo, Rome 2003.

Acham, Karl, ‘Struktur, Funktion und Genese von Institutionen aus sozialwissenschaftlicher Sicht’, in: Gerd Melville (ed.), Institutionen und Geschichte: theoretische Aspekte und mittelalterliche Befunde, Köln 1992, pp. 26-71.

Achten, Gerard, Die theologischen lateinischen Handschriften in quarto der Staatsbibliothek Preussisicher Kulturbesitz Berlin, part 1: Ms. theol. Lat. qu. 141-266, Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 1979 (Staatsbibliothek Preussisicher Kulturbesitz, Kataloge, part 1, vol. 1).

Ackermanns, G., ‘Theologische tradities in conflict rond het Adoptianisme. Het concilie van Frankfurt (794)’, in: id., A. Davids and Peter J.A. Nissen, Kerk in beraad. Opstellen aangeboden aan prof. Dr. J.C.P.A. van Laarhoven bij gelegenheid van zijn afscheid als hoogleraar aan de Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, Nijmegen 1991, pp. 69-78.

Adam, Alfred, ‘Grundbegriffe des Mönchtums in sprachlicher Sicht’, in: Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte 65 (1953/54), pp. 209-239.

Adamik, Tamas, ‘The Influence of the Apocryphal Acts in Jerome’s Lives of Saints’, in: Jan N. Bremmer (ed.), The Apocryphal Acts of John, Kampen 1995.

Adams, J.N., The Latin Sexual Vocabulary, Baltimore 1982.

Adkin, N., ‘A note on the date of the Pseudo-AugBustinian treatise De spbrietate et castitate’, in: Acta classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debrecensis 29 (1993), pp. 191-193.

Adkin, N., ‘Cyprian’s De habitu virginum and Jerome’s Libellus de virginitate servanda (epist. 22)’, in: Classica et mediaevalia 46 (1995), pp. 237-254.

Affeldt, Werner, Cordula Nolte, Sabine Reinter and Ursula Vorwerk, Frauen im Frühmittelalter. Eine ausgewählte, kommentierte Bibliographie, Frankfurt am Main etc.: Peter Lang 1990.

Agamben, Giorgio, Höchste Armut. Ordensregeln und Lebensform, Homo Sacer, vol. 4.1, Frankfurt am Main: Fischer Verlag 2012.

Agamben, Giorgio, The Highest Poverty. Monastic Rules and Form-of-Life, Stanford: Stanford University press 2013.

Aherne, C. M. Valerio of Bierzo. An ascetic of the late Visigothic period, Washington: The Catholic University of America, 1949.

Ahronson, Kristján and Thomas M. Charles-Edwards, ‘Prehistoric annals and early medieval monasticism: Daniel Wilson, James Young Simpson and their cave sites’, in: Antiquaries Journal: Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London 90 (2010), pp. 455-466.

Aigrain, René, ‘Le voyage de sainte Radegonde ą Arles’, in: Bulletin philologique et historique (1926-27), pp. 1-9/119-127.

Aigrain, René, L’hagiographie: ses sources, ses méthodes, son histoire, Paris 1953.

Aillet, Cyrille, ‘El monasterio de Lorvčo y los confines de la Beira (siglos IX-XII): apuntes sobre la memoria histórica de un espacio de contacto’, in: Studia historica. Historia medieval 27 (2009), pp. 71-95.

Airlie, Stuart, ‘“For it is written in the Law”: Ansegis and the writing of Carolingian royal authority’, in: Stephen Baxter, Catherine E. Karkov, Janet L. Nelson and David Pelteret (eds.), Early Medieval Studies in Memory of Patrick Wormald, Studies in Early Medieval Britain, Aldershot 2009, pp. 219-235.

Airlie, Stuart, ‘Private Bodies and the Body Politic in the Divoce Case of Lothar II’, in: Past and Present 161 (1998), pp. 3-38.

Airlie, Stuart, ‘The Frankish aristrocracy as supporters and opponents of Boniface’, in: Franz J. Felten, Jörg Jarnut and Lutz E. von Padberg (eds.), Bonifatius - Leben und Nachwirken: die Gestaltung des christlichen Europa im Frühmittelalter, Abhandlungen zur mittelrheinischen Kirchengeschichte 121, Mainz 2007, pp. 255-270.

Airlie, Stuart, ‘The Palace of Memory: The Carolingian Court as Political Centre’, in: Sarah Rees Jones, Richard Marks and A. J. Minnis (eds.), Courts and Regions in Medieval Europe, York: York Medieval Press/Boydell and Brewer 2000, pp. 1-20.

Airlie, Stuart, Power and its Problems in Carolingian Europe, Variorum Reprint, Farnham UK/Burlington VT: Ashgate 2012.

Aland, Barbara, Frühe direkte Auseinandersetzungen zwischen Christen, Heiden und Häretikern, Berlin/New York: De Gruyter 2005.

Alarcón Román, Concepción, ‘Las versiones medievales de la leyenda de Montserrat’, in: Studia Monastica 49:1 (2007), pp. 29-73.

ňlavarez, A., Rodą, I., Riera Rullan, M, GutiŹrez, Garcia-Moreno, A, DomŹnech, A. and Royo, H., ‘Provenance of some ancient marbles from el Pla de ses Figueres (Cabrera, Balearic Islands, Spain)’, in Anna Gutiérrez Garcia-M, Pilar Lapuente, Isabel Rodą (eds.), Interdisciplinary Studies on Ancient Stone. Proceedings of the IX ASMOSIA Conference, Tarragona 2012, pp. 426-434.

 Alberi, Mary, ‘The evolution of Alcuin’s concept of the Imperium christianum’, in: Joyce Hill (ed.), The Community, the Family and the Saint: Patterns of Power in Early Medieval Europe, International Medieval Research, Turnhout 1998, pp. 3-17.

Albers, Bruno, ‘Die Reformsynode vom 817 und das von ihr erlassene Kapitular’, in: Studien und Mitteilungen aus dem Benediktiner- und Zisterzienserorden 28 (1907), pp. 528-540.

Albers, Bruno, Untersuchungen zu den ältesten Mönchsgewohnheiten. BiblioLife 2009.

Albers, Paul, ‘Cassians Einfluß auf die Regel des hl. Benedikt’, in: Studien und Mitteilungen zur Geschichte des Benediktiner-Ordens und seiner Zweige 46 (1928), pp. 12-22 und 146-158.

Albert, Andreas, ‘Der Mönch als „cives sanctorum” (Eph. 2,19). Reliquienkult bei Benedikt von Nursia’, in: Regulae Benedicti Studia 18 (1994), pp. 1-14.

Albert, Andreas, Untersuchungen zum Begriff peregrinatio bzw. peregrinus in der benediktinischen Tradition des Früh- und Hochmittelalters, St. Ottilien 1992 (Regulae Benedicti Studia Supplementa, vol. 18).

Albert, Bat-Sheva, Le pŹlerinage ą l’époque carolingiennne. BibliothŹque de la revue d’histoire ecclésiastique, vol. 82, Brüssel: Nauwelaerts 1999.

Alberts, P., ‘De heilige Radobd, veertiende bisschop van Utrecht’, in: Archief voor de Geschiedenis van het Aartsbisdom Utrecht 21 (1894), pp. 244-297.

Albl, Martin C., ‘”David sang about him‚”: a Coptic Psalms testimonia collection’, in: Vigiliae Christianae 66:4 (2012), pp. 398-425.

Albu, Emily, ‘Imperial Geography and the Medieval Peutinger Map’, in: Imago Mundi 57 (2005), pp. 136-148.

Albu, Emily, ‘Rethinking the Peutinger Map’, in: Richard Talbert and Richard W. Unger (eds.), Cartography in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Fresh Perspectives, New Methods, Leiden/ Boston: Brill 2008, pp. 111-119.

Albu, Emily, ‘The Reichenau Map? Rethinking the Peutinger Map’, in: AVISTA Forum Journal 16 (2006), pp. 36-37.

Alciati, Roberto and Maria Giorda, ‘Possessions and Asceticism: Melania the Younger and her slow way to Jerusalem”, Zeitschrift für antikes Christentum, 14 (2010), 425-444.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘And the Villa Became a Monastery: Sulpicius Severus’ Commnunity of Primuliacum’, in: Hendrik Dey and Elizabeth Fentress (eds.), Western Monasticism ante litteram. The Spaces of Monastic Observance in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, Turnhout: Brepols 2011 (Disciplina Monastica, vol. 8), pp. 85-98.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Askese und Mönchtum im Werk Erik Petersons”, in: Erik Peterson: Die theologische Präsenz eines Outsiders, ed. G. Caronello. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2012, 417-435.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Da Oriente a Occidente. Contatti fra le due parti dell’Impero’, in: Giovanni Filoramo (ed.), Monachesimo orientale. Un’introduzione (Storia, 40), Morcelliana, Brescia 2010, pp. 193-229.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Diacono e diaconia nel monachesimo egiziano: la testimonianza di Cassiano’, in: Diakonia, diaconiae, diaconato. Semantica e storia nei Padri della Chiesa. XXXVIII Incontro di studiosi dell’antichitą cristiana (Roma, 7-9 maggio 2009) (SEAug, 117), Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum, Roma 2010, pp. 165- 175.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Eucher, Salvien et Vincent: les Gallicanti doctores de Lérins’, in: Yann Codou and Michel Lauwers (eds.), Lérins, un Ēsle saint de l’antiquité au Moyen Śge, Turnhout: Brepols 2009, pp. 35-62.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Famiglia cristiana e pratica monastica (IV-VII secolo)”, Annali di storia dell’esegesi, 27 (2010), 265- 290.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Il De discretione di Cassiano e la sua influenza nella letteratura ascetica posteriore (secoli V-VII)”, Rivista di Storia del Cristianesimo, 6 (2009), 65-98.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Il monachesimo. Pratiche ascetiche e vita monastica nel Mediterraneo tardoantico (secoli IV-VI)”, in: Costantino I. Enciclopedia costantiniana sulla figura e l’immagine dell’imperatore del cosiddetto Editto di Milano, 313-2013, vol. 1, Roma: Enciclopedia Treccani, 2013, pp. 815-831.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Il problema della direzione spirituale nelle Conlationes di Giovanni Cassiano’, in: Storia della direzione spirituale. Vol. I: L’etą antica, ed. Giovanni Filoramo, Brescia: Morcelliana, 2006, 337-352.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Il vescovo e il monaco nel De vita contemplativa di Pomerio’, in: Church, Society and Monasticism. Acts of the International Symposium (Rome, May 31-June 3, 2006), Rome: Pontificio Ateneo Sant’Anselmo/Sankt Ottilien: Eos Verlag, 2009, pp. 25-38.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Modernismo fra archivi e riviste. In margine ad alcune pubblicazioni recenti”, in: Studi e materiali di storia delle religioni, 77 (2011), 204-224.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Monachesimo come tempio: il cantiere monastico di Cassiano nuovo Chiram”, Adamantius, 15 (2009), 246-269.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Origene, gli antropomorfiti e Cassiano: storia di una relazione istituita”, Adamantius, 19 (2013), 97- 110.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Quarant’anni di studi cassianei (1968-2008)’, in: Rivista di storia del cristianesimo 7 (2010) 229-248.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Ruricio novello Sidonio? Costituzione e trasmissione del suo epistolario tra tarda antichitą e alto medioevo”, in: L’antiquité tardive dans les collections médiévales: textes et représentations, VIe-XIVe siŹcle, eds. S. Gioanni, B. Grevin, Rome: École franćaise de Rome, 2008, pp. 65-94.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Sine aliqua differentia graduum (Hier. Adv. Iov. 2,19): Ascetismo e matrimonio nella predicazione di Gioviniano”, Rivista di storia del cristianesimo, 8 (2011), pp. 305-328.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Sub seniorum imperio: la direzione spirituale secondo Cassiano”, in: Direzione spirituale e agiografia. Dalla biografia classica alle vite dei santi dell’etą moderna, eds. M. Catto, I. Gagiardi, R. M. Parrinello, Alessandria: Edizioni dell’Orso, 2008, 67-95.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘The Master-Disciple Relationship in Cassian’s Conferences: a Training for the Monastic Perfectio”, in: Studia Patristica. Vol. XXXIX. Papers presented at the Fourteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies held in Oxford 2003, eds. F. Young, M. Edwards, P. Parvis, Leuven: Peeters, 2006, 281- 285.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Tracce di direzione spirituale nelle Conlationes di Giovanni Cassiano’, in: Michela Catto, Isabella Gagliardi and Rosamaria Parrinello (eds.), Direzione spirituale e agiografia, Brescia: Morcelliana 2008.

Alciati, Roberto, ‘Verus Israhel, id est monachorum plebs: la genealogia monastica di Cassiano”, Adamantius, 17 (2011), 67-80.

Alciati, Roberto, and Marichara Giorda, ‘Possessions and Asceticism: Melania the Younger and her Slow way to Jerusalem’, in: Zeitschrift für antikes Christentum 14/2 (2010), pp. 425-444.

Alciati, Roberto, Monaci, vescovi e scuola nella Gallia tardoantica, Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 2009.

Alciati, Roberto,, ‘Il De discretione di Cassiano e la sua influenza nella letteratura ascetica posteriore (secoli V-VII)’, in: Rivista di storia del cristianesimo 6 (2009), pp. 65-98.

Alcuin, De fide Sanctae Trinitatis et de incarnatione Christi. Quaestiones de Sancta Trinitate, ed. Eric Knibbs and E. Ann Matter, CCCM 249, Turnhout: Brepols 2012.

Alexander, Dominic, Saints and Animals in the Middle Ages, Woodbridge: Boydell&Brewer 2008.

Alexander, Jonathan James Graham, Insular Manuscripts: 6th to the 9th Century. Harvey Miller, 1978.

Alexandre, J.-L. and C. L. MaĒtre, Catalogue des reliures medievales a la Bibliotheque municipale d’Autun ainsi qu’a la Societe Eduenne, Brepols 1998.

Alfeyev, Hilarion, ‘Theological education in the Christian East: first to sixth centuries’, in: John Behr, Andrew Louth and Dimitri Conomos (eds.), Abba: The Tradition of Orthodoxy in the West. Festschrift for Bishop Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia, Crestwood, N.Y. 2003, pp. 43-64.

Algazi, Gadi, ‘Forget Memory: Some Critical Remarks on Memory, Forgetting and History’, in: Sebastian Scholz, Gerald Schwedler, and Kai-Michael Sprenger (eds.), Damnatio in Memoria: Deformation und Gegenkonstruktionen von Geschichte, Vienna/Cologne/Weimer: Böhlau 2014, pp. 25–34.

Algazi, Gadi, ‘Otto Brunner - Konkrete Ordnung und Sprache der Zeit’, in: Peter Schöttler (ed.), Geschichte als Legitimationswissenschaft, 1939-1945, Frankfurt am Main 1997, pp. 166-203.

Algermissen, H. J., ‘Vorwort’, in: A. Odenthal et al.., Verspielen wir das Erbe des hl. Bonifatius? Theologische Betrachtungen aus Anlass seines 1250. Todestages, Frankfurt: Josef Knecht 2005, pp. 7-8.

Alinari, A. ‘Il primitivo monastero di Monte Cassino (contributo alla sua topografia)’, in: Convegno storico di Montecassino, 28-29 Maggio 1930, Rome 1932, pp. 51-81.

Alioth, Martin, ‘Der Ire Gallus als Vertreter seiner Zeit’, in: Helvetia archaeological 43:170-171 (2012), pp. 74-83.

Allen, Joseph, Vested in Grace. Priesthood and Marriage in the Christian East, Holy Cross Orthodox Press 2001.

Allen, P.S. and H.M. Jones, The Romanesque Lyric, Chapel Hill (NC) 1928.

Allen, Pauline, ‘The Definition and Enforcement of Orthodoy’, in: Averil Cameron, Bryan Ward-Perkins and Michael Whitby (eds.), Cambridge Ancient History, vol. 14, Cambrige, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2000, ca. S. 820-828.

Allies, N., ‘The Sermo Plebeius and the Spoken Language in the Monastic Rule of Isidore of Seville’, in: K. Nara (ed.), In Search of the Medieval Voice: Expressions of Identity in the Middle Ages, Cambridge, 2009, pp. 418.

Allies, Neil, ‘Re-evaluating monastic rules: style and literary purpose in the rule of Isidore’, in: Downside Review 128: 450 (2010), pp. 1-18.

Allies, Neil, ‘The Sermo Plebeius and the spoken language in the monastic rule of Isidore of Seville’, in: Lorna Bleach, Katariina Närä, Sian Prosser and Paola Scarpini (eds.), In Search of the Medieval Voice, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2009, pp. 3-18.

Allies, Neil, The Monastic Rules of Visigothic Iberia: A Study of their Text and Language, PhD thesis University of Birmingham 2009.

Alliez, M. L’Abbe, Histoire du monastère de Lérins, vol. 1, Paris, France: Didier 1862.

Allott, Stephen, ed. and trans. Alcuin of York, c. A.D. 732 to 804—his life and letters. York: 1974.

Althoff, Gerd, ‘Amicitiae [Friendships] as Relationships Between States and People’, in: Lester K. Little and Barbara Rosenwein (eds.), Debating the Middle Ages. Issues and Readings, Malden (Mass.)/Oxford 1998, pp. 191-210.

Althoff, Gerd, ‘Der friedens-, bündnis- und gemeinschaftsstiftende Charakter des Mahles im früheren Mittelalter’, in: I. Bitsch, T. Ehlert and Xenia von Ertzdorff (eds.), Essen und Trinken im Mittelalter und Neuzeit, Sigmaringen 1990, pp. 13-25.

Althoff, Gerd, ‘Die Veränderbarkeit von Ritualen im Mittelalter’, in: id. (ed.), Formen und Funktionen öffentlicher Kommunikation im Mittelalter, Stuttgart: Jan Thorbecke Verlag 2001, pp. 157-176 (Vorträge und Forschungen, vol. 51).

Althoff, Gerd, ‘Fest und Bündnis’, in: Detlef Altenburg, Jörg Jarnut and Hans-Hugo Steinhoff (eds.), Feste und Feiern im Mittelalter. Paderborner Symposium des Mediävistenverbandes, Sigmaringen: Jan Thorbecke Verlag 1991, pp. 29-38.

Althoff, Gerd, ‘Ira Regis: Prolegomena to a History of Royal Anger’, in: Barbara H. Rosenwein (ed.), Anger’s Past. The Social Uses of an Emotion in the Middle Ages, Ithaca/London: Cornell University Press 1998, pp. 59-74.

Althoff, Gerd, ‘Ottonische Frauengemeinschaften im Spannungsfeld von Kloster und Welt’, in: Jan Gerchow and Thomas Schilp (eds.), Essen und die sächsischen Frauenstifte im Frühmittelalter, Essen: Klartext 2003, pp. 29-44.

Althoff, Gerd, ‘Rituale als ordnungsstiftende Elemente’, in: Walter Pohl and Veronika Wieser (eds.), Der frühmittelalterliche Staat – europäische Perspektiven, Forschungen zur Geschichte des Mittelalters 16, Wien 2009, pp. 391-398.

Althoff, Gerd, Amicitiae und Pacta. Bündnis, Einung, Politik und Gebetsgedanken im beginnenden 10. Jahrhundert, Hannover 1992 (Schriften der MGH, vol. 37).

Althoff, Gerd, Dieter Geuenich, Otto Gerhard Oexle and Joachim Wollasch (eds.), Person und Gemeinschaft im Mittelalter. Karl Schmid zum fünfundsechzigsten Geburtstag, Sigmaringen: Thorbecke 1988.

Althoff, Gerd, Verwandte, Freunde und Getreue. Zum politischen Stellenwert der Gruppenverbindungen im früheren Mittelalter, Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft 1990.

Altmann, Charles F., ‘Two types of opposition and the structure of Latin saints’ lives’, in: Paul Maurice Clogan (ed.), Medieval Hagiography and Romance, Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval & Renaissance Culture – New Series 6, Cambridge 1975, pp. 1-11.

Altmann, Charles, F., ‘Two Types of Opposition and the Structure of Latin Saints’ Lives’, in: Medievalia et Humanistica NS 6 (1975), pp. 1-11.

Amalar of Metz, On the Liturgy, ed. and transl. by Eric Knibbs, 2 vols., London/Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press 2014.

Amand, D., ‘Essai d’une histoire critique des éditions générales recques et gréco-latines de s. Basile de Césarée’, in: Revue Bénédictine 52 (1940), pp. 141-161; 53 (1941), pp. 119-151; 54 (1942), pp. 124-144; 56 (1945/46), pp. 126-173.

Amand, D., L’AscŹse monastique de saint Basile: Essay historique, Maredsous 1949.

Ambrose, Shannon, ‘The Collectio canonum hibernensis and the literature of the Anglo-Saxon Benedictine reform’, in: Viator 36 (2005), pp. 107-118.

Amélineau, E., Résumé de l’histoire de l’Égypte, Paris 1894.

Amirav, Hagit, Authority and Performance. Sociological Perspectives on the Council of Chalcedon (AD 451), Göttingen: Vandenhoek and Ruprecht 2004.

Amis, Robin, Different Christianity. Early Christian Esotericism and Modern Thought, Albany: State University of New York Press 1995.

Amory, Patrick, ‘Names, Ethnic Identity, and Community in Fifth- and Sixth-Century Burgundy’, in: Viator. Medieval and Renaissance Studies (1994), pp. 1-30.

Amory, Patrick, ‘The Meaning and purpose of ethnic terminology in the Burgundian laws’, in: Early Medieval Europe 2 (1993), pp. 1-28.

Amory, Patrick, People and Identity in Ostrogothic Italy, 489-554, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1997.

Amos, Thomas L., ‘Early Medieval Sermons and the Holy’, in: Beverly Mayne Kienzle et al. (eds.), Models of Holiness in Medieval Sermons. Proceedings of the International Symposium (Kalamazoo, 4-7 May 1995), Louvain-La-Neuve 1996 (Textes et Études du Moyen Śge, vol. 5), pp. 23-34.

Amos, Thomas L., ‘Monks and Pastoral Care in the Early Middle Ages’, in: Thomas F.X. Noble and John J. Contreni (eds.), Religion, Culture, and Society in the Early Middle Ages. Studies in Honor of Richard E. Sullivan, Kalamazoo (Michigan) 1987, pp. 165-180.

Amt, Emilie, Women’s Lives in Medieval Europe, New York: Routledge 1993.

Analecta Bollandiana. Inventaire hagiographique des tomes 1 ą 100 (1882-1982), Brüssel: Société des Bollandistes 1983.

Anatolius, Khaled, Retrieving Nicaea. The Development and Meaning of Trinitarian Doctrine, Baker Academic 2011.

Anaya Torres, Juan Miguel, La Expulsión de los Religiosos. Un recorrido histórico que muestra interés pastoral de la Iglesia, Rome: Gregorian University Press 2007/

Andenna, Giancarlo (ed.), Dove va la storiographia monastica in Europa? Temi e metodi di ricerca per lo studio della vita monastica e regoare in etą medievale alle soglie del terzo millenio, Milano 2001.

Andenna, Giancarlo, ‘Le monache nella cultura e nella storia europea del primo Medioevo’, in: Giancarlo Andenna (ed.), Arte, cultura e religione in Santa Giulia, Brescia: Grafo Edizioni 2004, pp. 17-34.

Andenna, Giancarlo, ‘Monachesimo e riforma ecclesiastica del secolo XI: un tema storico non esaurito’, in: Nicolangelo D’Acunto (ed.), Pier Damiani e il monastero di San Gregorio in Conca nella Romagna del secolo XI, Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo 2008, pp. 1-25.

Andenna, Giancarlo, ‘San Salvatore di Brescia e la scelta religiosa delle donne aristocratiche tra etą longobarda ed etą franca (VIII-IX secolo)’, in: Gert Melville and Anne Müller (eds.), Female vita religiosa between Late Antiquity and the High Middle Ages. Structures, developments and spatial contexts. Vita Regularis, Abhandlungen, vol. 47, Münster/Berlin: LIT-Verlag 2011, pp. 209-233.

Andenna, Giancarlo, Mirko, Breitenstein, and Gert Melville, Charisma und religiöse Gemeinschaften im Mittelalter, Vita Regularis, Abhandlungen 26, Münster, 2005.

Andermann, Ulrich, ‘Frauenstifte im Kontext der Kirchenreform’, in: Thomas Schilp (ed.), Reform - Reformation - Säkularisation, Essen: Klartext 2004, pp. 13-30.

Andermatten, Bernard, Pierre-Alain Mariaux and Laurent Ripart (eds.), L’abbaye de Saint-Maurice d’Agaune, 515-2015, 2 vols., Golion 2015.

Andermatten, Bernard, Pierre-Alain Mariaux and Laurent Ripart (eds.), L’abbaye de Saint-Maurice d’Agaune, 515-2015, 2 vols., Golion 2015.

Andersen, Thmoas B., Patrocinium. The Concept of Personal Protection and Depenance in the Later Roman Empire and the Early Middle Ages, Ph.D. thesis, Fordham University, New York 1974.

Anderson, Roberta and Dominic Aidan Ballenger, Medieval Religion. A Sourcebook, Abington: Routledge 2007.

Anderson, Roberta and Dominic Bellenger, Medieval Worlds. A Sourcebook, New York: Routledge 2003.

Andrae, Tor, ‘Zuhd und Mönchtum’, in: Le Monde Oriental 25 (1931), pp. 296-327.

Andrae, Tor, In the Garden of Myrtles: Studies in Early Islamic Mysticism, übers. von Birgitta Sharpe, Albany: State University of New York Press 1987, ch. 1, ‘Islam and Christianity.

Andrés, M. A., J. C. Martín, ‘Fructuoso de Braga’, in: C. CodoĖer Merino (ed.), La Hispania visigótica y mozárabe. Dos épocas en su literatura, Salamanca 2010, pp. 121128.

Andrews, T. L. and C. Marcé (eds.), Analysis of Ancient and Medieval Texts and Manuscripts. Digital Approaches, Turnhout: Brepols 2015.

Andrews, T. L. and C. Marcé (eds.), Analysis of Ancient and Medieval Texts and Manuscripts. Digital Approaches, Turnhout: Brepols 2015.

Angelidi, Christine and George T. Calofonos (eds.), Dreaming in Byzantium and Byond, Farnham: Ashgate 2014.

Angelidi, Christine and George T. Calofonos (eds.), Dreaming in Byzantium and Byond, Farnham: Ashgate 2014.

Angenendt, Arnold, ‘‘Gesta Dei’-’gesta hominum’. Religions- und theologiegeschichtliche Anmerkungen’, in: Anton Scharer and Georg Scheibelreiter (eds.), Historiographie im frühen Mittelalter, Wien/München 1994, pp. 41-67.

Angenendt, Arnold, ‘Charisma und Eucharistie - oder: Das System Cluny’, in: Franz J. Felten, Annette Kehnel and Stefan Weinfurter (eds.), Institution und Charisma: Festschrift für Gert Melville zum 65. Geburtstag, Köln: Böhlau 2009, pp. 331-339.

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Díaz, Pablo C., ‘Espacio real / espacio imaginado en los monasterios isidorianos’, in: J. López Quiroga, Am M. Martínez and J. Morín (eds.), Monasteria et Territoria. Elites, edilicia y territorio en el Mediterráneo medieval (siglos V-XI), Oxford 2007 (BAR International Series, vol. S1720), pp. 77-90.

Díaz, Pablo C., ‘Espacio real / espacio imaginado en los monasterios isidorianos’, in: Monasteria et Territoria. Elites, edilicia y territorio en el Mediterráneo medieval (siglos V-XI), ed. by J. López Quiroga, A. M Martínez Tejera, and J. Morín de Pablos. (BAR International Series S1720). Oxford: Archaeopress 2007, pp. 77-90.

Díaz, Pablo C., ‘Iglesia propia y gran propiedad en la autobiografía de Valerio del Bierzo’, in: Actas I Congreso Internacional Astorga Romana, Astorga (1986), pp. 297-303.

Díaz, Pablo C., ‘La cristianización de Cantabria antes del Beato’, in: P. A. Fernández Vega (ed.), Apocalipsis. El ciclo histórico de Beato de Liébana, Santander 2006), pp. 45-69.

Díaz, Pablo C., ‘Monasteries in a peripheral area: seventh-century Gallaecia’, in: Mayke de Jong, Carine van Rhijn und Frans Theuws (eds.), Topographies of Power in the Early Middle Ages, Leiden/Boston/Köln: Brill 2001 (The Transformation of the Roman World, vol. 6), pp. 329-360.

Díaz, Pablo C., ‘Redimuntur captiui. A propósito de Regula communis IX’, in: Gerion 10 (1992), ,pp. 287-293.

Díaz, Pablo C., ‘Regula communis: Monastic Space and Social Context’, in: Hendrik Dey and Elizabeth Fentress (eds.), Western Monasticism ante litteram. The Spaces of Monastic Observance in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, Turnhout: Brepols 2011 (Disciplina Monastica, vol. 8), pp. 117-135.

Díaz, Pablo C., ‘Valerio del Bierzo: la equivocal marginalidad de un asceta tardoantiguo’, in: R. González Salinero (ed.), Marginados sociales y religiosos en la Hispania tardoantigua y visigoda, Madrid, Salamanca, 2013, pp. 293315

Díaz, Pablo C., and J. M. Torrres, ‘Pervivencias paganas en el cristianismo hispano (siglos IV-VII’, in: J. Santos and R. Teja (eds.), El cristianismo. Aspectos histoóricos de su origen y difusión en Hispania. Revisiones de Historia Antigua III, Vitoria/Gasteiz 2000, pp. 235-251.

Díaz, Pablo C., Formas económicas y sociales en el monacato visigodo. Salamanca: Universidad, 1987.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Ascesis y monacato en la Península Ibérica antes del s. VI’, Actas I Congreso Peninsular de Historia Antigua (Santiago de Compostela, 1-5 de julio de 1986), vol. III, Santiago de Compostela, 1988, pp. 205-225.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘El eremitismo en la Hispania visigoda: Valerio del Bierzo y su entorno”. En J.A. Garcia de Cortazar y R. Teja (coord.), El monacato espontáneo. Eremitas y eremitorios en el mundo medieval, Aguilar de Campoo 2011, pp. 57-83.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘El legado del pasado: reglas y monasterios visigodos y carolingios”, en Monjes y monasterios hispanos en la Alta Edad Media, Aguilar de Campoó, 2006, pp. 9-31.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘El monacato y la cristianización del Noroeste hispano. Un proceso de aculturación’, Congreso Internacional sobre Cristianismo y aculturación en tiempos del Imperio Romano, Madrid 12-16 de octubre de 1988, Antigüedad y Cristianismo VII, Murcia, 1990, pp. 531-539.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Espacio real / espacio imaginado en los monasterios isidorianos”, en J. López Quiroga, A. M Martínez Tejera, J. Morín de Pablos (Eds.), Monasteria et Territoria. Elites, edilicia y territorio en el Mediterráneo medieval (siglos V-XI). Actas del III Encuentro Internacional e Interdisciplinar sobre la alta Edad Media en la Península Ibérica (Madrid, 18/20 Diciembre 2006). [BAR International Series S1720]. Oxford, 2007, pp. 77-90.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Integración cultural y atención social en el monacato visigodo’, en Los visigodos y su mundo (Arqueología, Paleontología y Etnografía 4 - Monográfico), Madrid 1997, pp. 91-105.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘La recepción del monacato en Hispania’, Codex Aquilarensis 5, 1991, pp. 131-140.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Monacato y ascésis en Hispania en los siglos V-VI’, Cristianesimo e specifitą regionali nel Mediterraneo latino (sec. IV-VI), (XXII Incontro di studiosi dell’antichitą cristiana, Roma, 6-8 maggio 1993) (Studia Ephemeridis Augustinianum 46), Roma 1994, pp. 377-384.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Monacato y sociedad en la Hispania visigoda’, Codex Aquilarensis 2, 1989, pp. 47-62.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Monasteries in a Peripheral Area: seventh-century Gallaecia”, en M. de Jong & F. Theuws with C. van Rhijn (eds.), Topographies of Power in the Early Middle Ages, Leiden-Boston-Köln 2001, pp. 329-359.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Monasticism and Liturgy in Visigothic Spain’, en A. Ferreiro (ed.), The Visigoths. Studies in Culture and Society, Leiden 1999, pp. 169-199.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Percepción del espacio y la naturaleza en Valerio del Bierzo”, en J. M. Abascal, A. Caballos, S. Castellanos, J. Santos (eds.), Estudios de Historia Antigua en Homenaje al Prof. Manuel Abilio Rabanal, Universidad, Sevilla, 2012, pp. 383-398.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Redimuntur captiui. A propósito de Regula communis IX’, Gerion 10, 1992, pp. 287-293.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Valerio del Bierzo y la autoridad eclesiástica’ (En colaboración con Lina Fernández Ortíz de Guinea), Helmantica 48, 1997, pp. 19-35.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Valerio del Bierzo: la equívoca marginalidad de un asceta tardoantiguo”, en R. González Salinero (ed.), Marginados sociales y religiosos en la Hispania tardoantigua y visigoda, Signifer Libros, Madrid Š Salamanca, 2013, pp. 293-315.

Diaz, Pablo, ‘Visigothic Monasticism. Written Sources and Everyday Life”, en Olivier Delouis & Maria Mossakowska-Gaubert (eds.), La vie quotidienne des moines en Orient et en Occident (IVe-Xe siŹcle). Vol I. L’état des sources, Institut franćais d’archéologie orientaile / Ecole Franćaise de AthŹnes, Le Caire 2015, pp. 339-351.

Diaz, Pablo, Formas económicas y sociales en el monacato visigodo, Universidad de Salamanca, 1987.

Dick, Stephanie, Der Mythos vom “germanischen” Königtum. Studien zur Herrschaftsorganisation bei den germanischsprachigen Barbaren bis zum Beginn der Völkerwanderungszeit, Berlin: De Gruyter 2008.

Dickerhof, H., ‘Zum monastischen Gepräge des Bonifatius-Kreises’, in: Sammelblatt des Historischen Vereins Eichstätt 71/72 (1978/79), pp. 61-80.

Dickie, Matthew W., ‘Narrative patterns in Christian hagiography’, in: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 40 (1999), pp. 86-01.

Didier, R., ‘Abtei und Stift von Nivelles. Quellen und Geschichte’, in: Schatz aus den Trümmern. Der Silberschrein von Nivelles und die europäische Hochgotik, Köln 1995, pp. 60-70.

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Diefenbach, Steffen, Römische Erinnerungsräume, Berlin: De Gruyter 2007.

Diekamp, W., ‘Die Wiener Handschrift der Bonifatius-Briefe’, in: Neues Archiv 9 (1884), pp. 9-28.

Diem, Albrecht and Matthieu van der Meer, Columbanische Klosterregeln. Regula cuiusdam patris, Regula cuiusdam ad virgines, Regelfragment De accedendo, Sankt Ottilien: EOS-Verlag 2016.

Diem, Albrecht,  ‘Die «Regula Columbani» und die «Regula Sancti Galli» Überlegungen zu den Gallusviten in ihrem karolingischen Kontext’, in: Franziska Schnoor, Karl Schmuki, Ernst Tremp, Peter Erhart, Jakob Kuratli Hüeblin (eds.), Gallus und seine Zeit. Leben, Wirken, Nachleben (Monasterium Sancti Galli, vol. 7), St. Gallen: Verlag am Klosterhof 2015, pp. 65-97.

Diem, Albrecht,  ‘L'espace, la grČce et la discipline dans les rŹgles monastiques du haut Moyen Śge’, in: Isabelle Heullant-Donat, Julie Claustre, Élisabeth Lusset, and Falk Bretschneider (eds.), Enfermements II: RŹgles et dérŹglements en milieu clos (VIe-XIXe siŹcle), Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne 2015, pp. 215-238.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘ ...ut si professus fuerit se omnia impleturum, tunc excipiatur. Observations on the Rules for Monks and Nuns of Caesarius and Aurelianus of Arles’, in: Victoria Zimmerl-Panagl, Lukas J. Dorfbauer and Clemens Weidmann (eds.), Edition und Erforschung lateinischer patristischer Texte. 150 Jahre CSEL. Festschrift für Kurt Smolak zum 70. Geburtstag, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2014, pp. 191-224.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘A Classicising Friar at Work: John of Wales’ Breviloquium de virtutibus’, in: Alasdair A. MacDonald, Zweder von Martels and Jan Veenstra (eds.), Christian Humanism. Essays in Honor of Arjo Vanderjagt, Leiden 2009, pp. 75-102.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Columbanian monastic rules: dissent and experiment’, in: Roy Flechner and Sven Meeder (eds.), The Irish in Europe in the Middle Ages: Identity, Culture, and Religion, London: Palgrave Macmillan 2016, pp. 68-85 and 248-249.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Columbans gestohlener Handschuh - ein (Anti-)Fetisch?’, in: Christina Antenhofer (ed.), Fetisch als heuristische Kategorie. Geschichte - Rezeption - Interpretation, Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag 2011, pp.145-165.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Das Ende des monastischen Experiments. Liebe, Beichte und Schweigen in der regula cuiusdam ad virgines (mit einer Übersetzung im Anhang)’, in: Gert Melville and Anne Müller (eds.), Female vita religiosa between Late Antiquity and the High Middle Ages. Structures, developments and spatial contexts. Vita Regularis, Abhandlungen, vol. 47, Münster/Berlin: LIT-Verlag 2011, pp. 81-136.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Die “Regula Columbani” und die “Regula Sancti Galli”. Überlegungen zu den Gallusviten in ihrem karolingischen Kontext’, in: Franziska Schnoor, Karl Schmuki, Ernst Tremp, Peter Erhart and Jakob Kuratli Hüeblin (eds.), Gallus und seine Zeit. Leben, Wirken, Nachleben, St. Gallen: Verlag im Klosterhof 2015, pp. 67-99.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Die Wüste im Kopf. Askese und Sexualität in Spätantike und Frühmittelalter’, in: Regina Ammicht Quinn (ed.), “Guter” Sex: Moral, Moderne und die katholische Kirche, Paderborn: Schöningh 2013, pp. 31-42.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Disimpassioned Monks and Flying Nuns. Emotion Management in Early Medieval Rules’, in: Christina Lutter (ed.), Funktionsräume, Wahrnehmungsräume, Gefühlsräume. Mittelalterliche Lebensformen zwischen Kloster und Hof, Wien/München: Oldenbourg/Böhlau 2011 (Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, vol. 59), pp. 17-39.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Een verstoorder van de ordo. Gottschalk van Orbais en zijn Leer van de Dubbele Predestinatie’, in: Mayke de Jong, Marie-ThérŹse Bos and Carine van Rhijn (eds.), Macht en Gezag in de Negende Eeuw, Hilversum 1995 (Utrechtse Historische Cahiers 16.2/3), pp. 115-131.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Einleitung’, in: Donatus of Besanćon, Nonnenregel, transl. by Katharina Hauschild, St. Ottilien: EOS Editions 2014, pp. 7-25.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Encounters between monks and demons’, in: A. Harbus, Tette Hofstra and Karin Olsen (eds.), Miracles and the Miraculous in Medieval Latin and Germanic Literature, Germania Latina, vol. 5, Leuven: Peeters 2004, pp. 51-67.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Gregory’s Chess Board: Monastic Conflict and Competition in Early Medieval Gaul’, in: Philippe Depreux, Franćois Bougard, and Régine Le Jan (eds.), Compétition et sacré au haut Moyen Śge : entre médiation et exclusion, Turnhout: Brepols 2015, pp. 165-191.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Inventing the Holy Rule: Some Observations on the History of Monastic Normative Observance in the Early Medieval West’, in: Hendrik Dey and Elizabeth Fentress (eds.), Western Monasticism ante litteram. The Spaces of Monastic Observance in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, Turnhout: Brepols 2011 (Disciplina Monastica, vol. 8), pp. 53-84.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘L’espace, la grČce et la discipline dans les rŹgles monastiques du haut Moyen Śge’, in: Isabelle Heullant-Donat, Julie Claustre, Élisabeth Lusset and Falk Bretschneider (eds.), Enfermements II. RŹgles et dérŹglements en milieux clos (IVe-XIXe siŹcle), Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne 2015, pp. 215-238.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Monks, kings and the transformation of sanctity. Jonas of Bobbio and the end of the Holy Man’, in: Speculum 82 (2007), pp. 521-559.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘My cell is my castle. Variaties op kloosterlijke huiselijkheid, 5de-9de eeuw’, in: Holland, Historisch Tijdschrift 46:1 (2014), pp. 23-30.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘New ideas expressed in old words: the Regula Donati on female monastic life and monastic spirituality’, in: Viator 43:1 (2012), pp. 1-38.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Nu suln ouch wir gesellen sĒn, Über Schönheit, Freundschaft und mann-männliche Liebe im Tristan Gottfrieds von Straßburg’, in: Lev Mordechai Thoma and Sven Limbeck (eds.), “Die sünde, der sich der tuivel schamet in der helle”. Homosexualität in der Kultur des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit, Stuttgart: Thorbecke Verlag 2009, pp. 91-121. (revised version, originally published in Tristania, A Journal Devoted to Tristan Studies 19 [1999], pp. 45-90).

Diem, Albrecht, ‘On opening and closing the body: Techniques of discipline in early monasticism’, in: Kordula Schnegg and Elisabeth Grabner-Nie (eds.), Körper er-fassen: Körpererfahrungen, Körpervorstellungen, Körperkonzepte, Innsbruck/Wien/München 2010, pp. 89-112.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Organisierte Keuschheit - organisierte Heiligkeit. Individuum und Institutionalisierung im frühen gallo-fränkischen Klosterwesen’, in: Pavlina Rychterova, Stefan Seit and Raphalea Veit (eds.), Das Charisma. Funktionen und symbolische Repräsentation, Berlin: Akademie Verlag 2008, pp. 323-345.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Organisierte Keuschheit. Sexualprävention im Mönchtum der Spätantike und des frühen Mittelalters’, in: Invertito. Jahrbuch für die Geschichte der Homosexualitäten 3 (2001), pp. 8-37.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Radboud was behalve bisschop ook nog eens een groot geleerde… De heilige Radbod van Deventer en zijn geleerdheid kritisch bekeken’, in: ET VT (Nijmegen) 23 (2004), pp. 83-97.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Rewriting Benedict: The regula cuiusdam ad virgines and intertextuality as tool to construct a monastic identity’, in: The Journal of Medieval Latin 17 (2007, published 2009), pp. 313-328.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘Teaching sodomy. Carolingian monasteries and queer anxieties. A study of Walahfrid Strabo’s and Heito’s Visio Wettini’, in: German History 34 (2016), pp. 385-401.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘The Carolingians and the Regula Benedicti’, in: Dorine van Espelo, Bram van den Hoven van Genderen, Rob Meens, Janneke Raaijmakers, Irene van Renswoude, and Carine van Rhijn (eds.), Religious Franks Religion and power in the Frankish Kingdoms: Studies in honour of Mayke de Jong, Manchester: Manchester University Press 2016, pp. 243-261.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘The Emergence of Monastic Schools. The Role of Alcuin’, in: L. A. J. R. Houwen and Alasdair A. McDonald (eds.), Alcuin of York. Scholar at the Carolingian Court, Groningen 1998 (Germania Latina, vol. 3), pp. 27-44.

Diem, Albrecht, ‘The Gender of the Religious: Wo/Men and the Invention of Monasticism’, in: Judit