1. Introduction 2. Boniface's Epistolary Prose Style: The Letters to the English Michael Herren, York University 3. Interpretatio Monastica: Biblical Commentary and the Forging of Monastic Identity in the Early Middle Ages Scott DeGregorio, University of Michigan, Dearborn 4. Aethilwulf poeta Emily Thornbury, University of California, Berkeley 5. The Old English Martyrology and Anglo-Saxon Glosses Christine Rauer, University of St. Andrews 6. Sequences and Intellectual Identity at Winchester Jonathan Davis-Secord, University of New Mexico 7. Saint Who? Building Monastic Identity through Computistical Inquiry in Byrhtferth's Vita S. Ecgwini Rebecca Stephenson, University of Louisiana, Monroe 8. Hebrew Words and English Identity in Educational Texts of Aelfric and Byrhtferth Damian Fleming, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne 9. Oswald's uersus retrogradi: A Forerunner of Post-Conquest Trends in Hexameter Composition Leslie Lockett, The Ohio State University 10. German Imperial Bishops and Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture on the Eve of the Conquest: The Cambridge Songs and Leofric's Exeter Book Elizabeth M. Tyler, University of York 11. Writing Community: Osbern and the Negotiations of Identity in the Miracula S. Dunstani Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, University of California, Berkeley
"Latinity and Identity in Anglo-Saxon Literature collects together essays that push the discourse of Anglo-Latin literature beyond its customary boundaries. The editors have brought together a wide cross-section of specialists to ensure that every part of the period is covered. The great strength of all the essays, without exception, is that they start from, and crucially stay with, the primary sources." -- Rosalind Love, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge
Rebecca Stephenson is a Lecturer in Old and Middle English at University College Dublin. Emily V. Thornbury is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of California, Berkeley.