merovingian world

James T Palmer on the Early Middle Ages and Other Things


‘Apocalyptic Insiders? Apocalypse and Heresy in Carolingian-Iberian Relations’, in V. Eltschinger & V. Wieser (eds.), Cultures of Eschatology 1: Authority and Empire in Medieval Christian, Islam, and Buddhist Communities (Berlin: De Gruyter, forthcoming).

‘Boniface’s missionary circles and networks’, in M. Aaij & S. Godlove (eds.), A Companion to St Boniface (Leiden: Brill, 2020), 46-67.

‘The making of a world historical moment: the battle of Tours (732/3) in the nineteenth century’, postmedieval, 10. 2 (2019), 206-18.

‘The global eminent life: sixth-century collected biographies from Gregory of Tours to Huijiao of Jiaxiang Temple’, Medieval Worlds, 8 (2018), 22-41. [READ]

‘To be prepared: eschatology and reform rhetoric c. 570-c. 640’, in M. Gabriele & J. T. Palmer (eds), Apocalypse and Reform from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages (London: Routledge, 2018), 31-50.

‘Climates of crisis: apocalypse, nature, and rhetoric in the early medieval world’, Viator, 48. 2 (2018), 1-20.

‘The adoption of the Dionysian Easter in the Frankish kingdoms (c. 670-800)’, Peritia, 28 (2017), 135-54.

‘Martyrdom and the rise of missionary hagiography in the Merovingian world’, in R. Flechner & M. Ni Mhaonaigh (eds.), The Introduction of Christianity into the Early Medieval Insular World (Turnhout: Brepols, 2016), pp. 157-80.

‘Apocalyptic outsiders and their uses in the early medieval West’, in W. Brandes, F. Schmieder & R. Voß (eds.), Peoples of the Apocalypse (Berlin & New York: De Gruyter, 2016), pp. 307-20.

‘The otherness of non-Christians in the early Middle Ages’, Studies in Church History, 51 (2015), 33-52.

‘The ends and futures of Bede’s De temporum ratione’, in P. Darby & F. Wallis (eds.), Bede and the Future (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014), pp. 139-60. [READ]

‘The ordering of time’, in V. Wieser, C. Zolles, C. Feik, M. Zolles & L. Schlöndorff (eds.), Abendländische Apokalyptik. Kompendium zur Genealogie der Endzeit, Kulturgeschichte der Apokalyptik, 1 (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2013), pp. 605-18.

‘Wilfrid and the Frisians’, in R. Hall & N. Higham (eds.), St Wilfrid: Bishop of York, Abbot of Ripon and Hexham (Stamford: Shaun Tyas Press, 2013), pp. 231-42.

‘Calculating time and the end of time in the Carolingian world, c. 740-c. 820’, English Historical Review, 523 (2011), 1307-1331. [READ AM Version]

‘Beyond Frankish authority? Frisia and Saxony between the Anglo-Saxons and the Carolingians’, in H. Sauer & J. Story (eds.), Anglo-Saxon England and the Continent, Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies, 3 (Tempe, AZ: MRTS, 2011), pp. 139-62.

‘Computus after the paschal controversy of 740’, in D. Ó Cróinín & I. Warntjes (eds.), The Paschal Controversy of Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Its Manuscripts, Texts and Tables (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011), pp. 213-41.

‘Hagiography and time in the Carolingian vitae of St Boniface’, in R. Corradini, M. Diesenberger & M. Niederkorn-Bruck (eds.), Zwischen Niederschrift und Wiederschrift, Forschungen zur Geschichte des Mittelalters 18 (Munich & Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2010), pp. 93-106.

‘Anskar’s imagined communities’, in H. Antonsson & I. Garipzanov (eds.), Saints and their Lives on the Periphery (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010), pp. 171-88.

‘Defining paganism in the Carolingian world’, Early Medieval Europe, 15. 4 (2007), 402-25. [READ]

‘Saxon or European? Interpreting and reinterpreting St Boniface’, History Compass, 4. 5 (2006), 852-69. [READ]

‘The “vigorous rule” of Bishop Lull: between Bonifatian mission and Carolingian church control’, Early Medieval Europe, 13. 3 (2005), 249-76. [READ]

‘The Frankish cult of martyrs and the case of the two saints Boniface’, Revue bénédictine, 114. 3-4 (2004), 326-48.

‘Rimbert’s Vita Anskarii and Scandinavian mission in the ninth century’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 55. 2 (2004), 235-56. [READ]

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