Jeremy M. Hutton and Ted Kaizer, “Three Forgotten Tesserae and a Coin from Palmyra in the Oriental Museum at Durham University.” Pp. 000–000 in The Small Stuff of the Palmyrenes: The Coins and Tesserae of Palmyra (ed. Rubina Raja. Oxford Onomastics Conference, 2019). Submitted.
Jeremy M. Hutton. “Towards a ‘Cognitive Philology’: Reading Hosea 11:1–4 with the Shades.” Submitted for publication in a volume of conference proceedings (IOSOT, Aberdeen, UK, 2019). Submitted Dec. 26, 2019.
An original charter of King John at Ushaw College, Co. Durham (Ushaw MS 66)”, Northern History 56 (2019), 138–51.
Medieval Manuscripts in Ushaw College Library: A Fragmentary History’, Catholic Archives, forthcoming spring 2021 – Benjamin Pohl and Leah Tether
Nothing to see here! Hidden changes of authorship and genre in a twelfth-century manuscript (Durham, Ushaw College, MS 6)”, in Models of Change in Medieval Textual Culture, ed. Jonatan Petersson et al (Berlin: De Gruyter, forthcoming 2022).
Eadmer and his Books: a Case Study of Monastic Self-publishing, in Eadmer beyond Anselm, ed. Charles C. Rozier and Sally N. Vaughn (Leiden: Brill, forthcoming 2022) – Benjamin Pohl and Leah Tether
Leah Tether, Laura Chuhan Campbell and Benjamin Pohl, The Bristol Merlin: Revealing the Hidden Secrets of a Medieval Fragment (Amsterdam: ARC Humanities Press, forthcoming July 2021)