15 November 2015

Medieval Textiles and Clothing: Contents

I thought it might be useful to collate the list of contents for the book series Medieval Textiles and Clothing. These are available on the individual book pages at the Boydell and Brewer website. However, they are not collated anywhere (that I know of). Also, note, they are usually cheaper elsewhere, e.g. Oxbow Books, Amazon, AbeBooks, etc.

  1. Stitches in Time: Establishing a History of Anglo-Saxon Embroidery.
  2. Textiles and Textile Imagery in the Exeter Book.
  3. Pomp, Piety, and Keeping the Woman in her Place: The Dress of Cnut and Ælfgifu-Emma.
  4. Wrapped in a Blue Mantle: Fashions for Icelandic Slayers?
  5. The Orientation of Strikers in Medieval Fulling Mills: The Role of the 'French' Gualchiera.
  6. Bad Habits: Clothing and Textile References in the Register of Eudes Rigaud, Archbishop of Rouen.
  7. Forbidden Colors in the Regulation of Clerical Dress from the Fourth Lateran Council (1215) to the time of Nicholas of Cusa (d. 1464).
  8. The Tippet: Accessory after the Fact?
  9. Threads Bared: Dress and Textiles in Late Medieval English Wills.
  10. Giovanna Cenami's Veil: A Neglected Detail.
  1. Dress and Accessories in the Early Irish Tale "The Wooing of Becfhola".
  2. The Embroidered Word: Text in the Bayeux Tapestery.
  3. "De Fil d'Or et de Soie": Making Textiles in Twelfth-Century French Romances.
  4. Biffes, Tiretaines, and Aumonières: The Role of Paris in the International Textile Markets of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries.
  5. "Clothing Themselves in Acres": Apparel and Impoverishment in Medieval and Early Modern England.
  6. "Ye Shall Have It Clene": Textile Cleaning Techniques in Renaissance Europe.
  7. Fleas, Fur, and Fashion: Zibellini as Luxury Accessories of the Renaissance.
  8. The Matron Goes to the Masque: The Dual Identity of the English Embroidered Jacket.
  1. Preface.
  2. Cushioning Medieval Life: Domestic Textiles in Anglo-Saxon England.
  3. A Matter of Style: Clerical Vestments in the Anglo-Saxon Church.
  4. Saints in Split Stitch: Representations of Saints in Opus Anglicanum Vestments.
  5. The Anti-Red Shift - To the Dark Side: Colour Changes in Flemish Luxury Woolens, 1300-1550.
  6. The Finishing of English Woolens, 1300-1550.
  7. Poverty and Richly Decorated Garments: A Re-Evaluation of Their Significance in the Vita Christi of Isabel de Villena.
  8. "Set on Yowre Hondys": Fifteenth-Century Instructions for Fingerloop Braiding.
  9. Tiny Textiles Hidden in Books: Toward a Categorization of Multiple-Strand Bookmarkers.
  10. "She Hath Over Grown All that Ever She Hath": Children's Clothing in the Lisle Letters, 1553-40.
  11. Recent Books of Interest.
  12. Index.
  13. Contents of Previous Volumes.
  1. From Flax to Linen in the Medieval Rus Lands.
  2. "Melius Abundare Quam Deficere": Scarlet Clothing in Laxdaela Saga and Njals Saga.
  3. The Wandering Wimple.
  4. From Head to Hand to Arm: The Lexicological History of "Cuff".
  5. Visual Textiles: A Study of Appearance and Visual Impression in Archaeological Textiles.
  6. The Cap of St. Birgitta.
  7. The View from Herjolfsnes: Greenland's Translation of the European Fitted Fashion.
  8. The Art of the Exotic: Robinet Testard's Turbans and Turban-like Coiffure.
  9. "The Same Counterpoincte Beinge Olde and Worene": The Mystery of Henry VIII's Green Quilt.
  10. Recent Books of Interest.
  11. Contents of Previous Volumes.
  12. Index.
  1. Clothing and Conflict in the Icelandic Family Sagas: Literary Convention and the Discourse of Power.
  2. Obscure Lands and Obscured Hands: Fairy Embroidery and the Ambiguous Vocabulary of Medieval Textile Decoration.
  3. Failed Censures: Ecclesiastical Regulation of Women's Clothing in Late Medieval Italy.
  4. Cutting a Fine Figure: Costume on French Gothic Ivories.
  5. One Quilt or Two? A Reassessment of the Guicciardini Quilts in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Museo del Bargello.
  6. French Hoods: Development of a Sixteenth-Century Court Fashion.
  7. Who Was Cesare Vecellio? Placing Habiti Antichi in Context.
  8. Recent Books of Interest.
  9. Contents of Previous Volumes.
  1. Preface.
  2. Archaeological Dress and Textiles in Latvia from the Seventh to Thirteenth Centuries: Research, Results, and Reconstructions.
  3. Weaving Words in Silk: Women and Inscribed Bands in the Carolingian World.
  4. Stitches, Sutures, and Seams: "Embroidered" Parchment Repairs in Medieval Manuscripts.
  5. Dressing Up the Nuns: The Lingua Ignota and Hildegard of Bingen's Clothing.
  6. Flax and Linen in Walter of Bibbesworth's Thirteenth-Century French Treatise for English Housewives.
  7. The London Mercers' Company, London Textual Culture, and John Gower's Mirour de l'Omme.
  8. Fripperers and the Used Clothing Trade in Late Medieval London.
  9. Donations from the Body for the Soul: Apparel, Devotion, and Status in Late Medieval Strasbourg.
  10. Recent Books of Interest.
  1. Preface.
  2. The Empress's New Clothes: A Rotulus Pannorum of Isabella, Sister of King Henry III, Bride of Emperor Frederick II.
  3. Unveiling Social Fashion Patterns: A Case Study of Frilled Veils in the Low Countries [1200-1500].
  4. What Is the Pearl-Maiden Wearing, and Why?
  5. "Hys surcote was ouert": The "Open Surcoat" in Late Medieval British Texts.
  6. London Merchants' Cloth Exports, 1350-1500.
  7. Laboreria Sete: Design and Production of Lucchese Silks in the Late Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Centuries.
  8. Recent Books of Interest.
  9. Contents of Previous Volumes.
  1. Preface.
  2. The Unterhaching Grave Finds: Richly Dressed Burials from Sixth-Century Bavaria.
  3. Old Finds Rediscovered: Two Early Medieval Headdresses from the National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden, the Netherlands.
  4. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Imagined and Reimagined Textiles in Anglo-Saxon England.
  5. Mining for Gold: Investigating a Semantic Classification in the Lexis of Cloth and Clothing Project.
  6. Dress and Dignity in the Mabinogion.
  7. Dressing for Success: How the Heroine's Clothing [Un]Makes the Man in Jean Renart's Roman de la Rose.
  8. Anomaly or Sole Survivor? The Impruneta Cushion and Early Italian "Patchwork".
  9. Recent Books of Interest.
  10. Contents of Previous Volumes.
  1. Preface.
  2. Bridal Gifts in Medieval Bari.
  3. The Marriage of the Year [1028].
  4. Clothing as Currency in Pre-Norman Ireland?
  5. Cistercian Clothing and Its Production at Beaulieu Abbey, 1269-70.
  6. Clothing and Textile Materials in Medieval Sweden and Norway.
  7. The Iconography of Dagged Clothing and Its Reception by Moralist Writers.
  8. Domestic Painted Cloths in Sixteenth-Century England: Imagery, Placement, and Ownership.
  9. Recent Books of Interest.
  10. Contents of Previous Volumes.
  1. Behind the Curtains, Under the Covers, Inside the Tent: Textile Items and Narrative Strategies in Anglo-Saxon Old Testament Art.
  2. Some Medieval Colour Terms for Textiles.
  3. Wefts and Worms: The Spread of Sericulture and Silk Weaving in the West before 1300.
  4. The Liturgical Vestments of Castel Sant'Elia: Their Historical Significance and Current Condition.
  5. Clothing Distrained for Debt in the Court of Merchants of Lucca in the Late Fourteenth Century.
  6. Sacred or Profane? The Horned Headdresses of St. Frideswide's Priory.
  7. "Translating" a Queen: Material Culture and the Creation of Margaret Tudor as Queen of Scots.
  8. "A formidable undertaking": Mrs. A. G. I. Christie and English Medieval Embroidery.
  9. Recent Books of Interest.
  1. Production, Quality, and Social Status in Viking Age Dress: Three Cases from Western Norway.
  2. The Effect of Spindle Whorl Design on Wool Thread Production: A Practical Experiment Based on Examples from Eighth-Century Denmark.
  3. The Shirt Attributed to St. Louis.
  4. Angevin-Sicilian Sumptuary Statutes of the 1290s: Fashion in the Thirteenth-Century Mediterranean.
  5. The Devil on My Tail: Clothing and Visual Culture in the Camposanto Last Judgement.
  6. "Transposing e shapus at God first mad them of": Manipulated Masculinity in the Galaunt Tradition.
  7. Textiles and Dress in the Household Papers of Lady Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509), Mother of King Henry VII.
  8. "Like two artificial gods": Needlework and Female Bonding in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Available April 2016.

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