Lollards and Their Influence in Late Medieval England

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A Selected Bibliography for Lollard Studies

Derrick G. Pitard

This is a Selected Bibliography of texts and studies for the study of Lollardy. While it is not exhaustive, this attempts to be a full record of significant contributions to the study of Wyclif and Lollardy over approximately the last century, with some reference to earlier work. Earlier Bibliographies on this topic have been more limited (see 4, 33).

Part A contains alphabetical lists of primary and secondary texts, forgoing disciplinary distinctions. This functions as a Works Cited list for the volume, and will be helpful as a reference work and quarry for sources. Yet, this format is admittedly difficult for a scholar who might want to discover work by topic. To enable this, Part B indexes current work on a variety of topics related to Lollardy. Hopefully, this arrangement will allow for access as well as interdisciplinary discoveries.

Several sorts of texts are not included. First, no dissertations or other unpublished work appear. Second, it excludes manuscript sources. For an index of manuscripts, see Severs and Hartung (33), along with emendations and additions by Hudson (13). Finally, no primary texts appear which are not directly related to Lollardy, even though they might provide context for its study; this includes, for instance, many ecclesiastical and state records, and orthodox religious texts.

Anthologies are listed under the editor's name. Any volume cited just by author or editor is listed in Section 2, "Collections of Articles.” Brief introductory notes are prefixed to each section where relevant:


Part A: The Bibliography

1. Bibliographies and Indices

2. Collections of Articles

3. Primary Texts and Documents

4. Secondary Sources


Part B: Introductions to Selected Topics

1. General Introductions

2. Biographies of Wyclif

3. Biographies of Other Figures

4. History

5. Philosophy and Theology

6. The Bible

7. Sermon Studies

8. Langland and Chaucer

9. Drama

10. Other Literary Texts

11. Manuscript Studies, Book Production, and Book History

12. Philology and Linguistics

13. Lollardy and Images

14. Lollardy and Literacy

15. Lollardy and Women

16. Lollardy and Central Europe

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