Dr Helen Deeming

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    Editing insular song across the disciplines

    Deeming, H. & Butterfield, A., 2013, Probable Truth: Editing Medieval Texts from Britain in the Twenty-First Century. Gillespie, V. & Hudson, A. (eds.). Brepols, p. 151-66

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    French Devotional Texts in Thirteenth-Century Preachers' Anthologies

    Deeming, H., 2009, Language and Culture in Medieval Britain: The French of England c.1100-c.1500. Wogan-Browne, J. (ed.). York Medieval Press, p. 254-265

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    Latin Song I: Songs and Songbooks from the Ninth to the Thirteenth Century

    Deeming, H., 2018, The Cambridge History of Medieval Music. Everist, M. & Kelly, T. F. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Vol. II. p. 1020-1047 28 p.

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    Multilingual Networks in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Song

    Deeming, H., 2015, Language in Medieval Britain: Networks and Exchanges. Donington: Shaun Tyas, p. 127-143 17 p. (Harlaxton Medieval Studies; vol. 25).

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    Music and the Book: The Textualisation of Music and the Musicalisation of Text

    Deeming, H., 2020, The Edinburgh Companion to Literature and Music. da Sousa Correa, D. (ed.). Edinburgh University Press, p. 48-62

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  7. Forthcoming

    Music, Memory and Mobility: Citation and Contrafactum in Thirteenth-Century Sequence Repertories

    Deeming, H., 2013, (Accepted/In press) Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Vol. 2: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Medieval Culture. Di Bacco, G. & Plumley, Y. (eds.). Exeter: University of Exeter Press

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  8. Published

    Preserving and recycling: functional multiplicity and shifting priorities in the compilation and continued use of London, British Library, Egerton 274

    Deeming, H., 2015, Manuscripts and Medieval Song: Inscription, Performance, Context. Deeming, H. & Leach, E. E. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, p. 141-162 22 p.

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    Record-Keepers, Preachers and Song-Makers: Revealing the Compilers, Owners and Users of Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Insular Song Manuscripts

    Deeming, H., 2017, Sources of Identity: Makers, Owners and Users of Music Sources Before 1600. Shephard, T. & Colton, L. (eds.). Turnhout: Brepols, p. 63-76

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    Songs and Sermons in Thirteenth-Century England

    Deeming, H., 2019, Pastoral Care in Medieval England: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Clarke, P. & James, S. (eds.). Routledge, p. 101-22

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  11. Published

    Songs, scattered and gathered

    Deeming, H. & Leach, E. E., 2015, Manuscripts and Medieval Song: Inscription, Performance, Context. Deeming, H. & Leach, E. E. (eds.). Cambridge University Press, p. 271-285 15 p.

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    Words and Music in a Thirteenth-Century Songbook

    Deeming, H., 2011, Ars musica septentrionalis: De l’interprétation du patrimoine musical à l'historiographie. Haggh, B. & Billiet, F. (eds.). Presses de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne, p. 189-205

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