The academic study funded by the project has given rise to a number of innovative and important insights, references to which are added to this page as they become available.
These include a free-to-access collection of conference papers as the project concludes. Other essays, whether articles published in journals or freely hosted on websites are listed below.
Two monographs by Professor Andy Orchard connected with the project can be sourced from Oxford University Press from 2022.
Publications by Andy Orchard
‘Fresh Terror, New Horror: Fear and the Unfamiliar in the Old English *Exodus*’, in Fear in the Medical and Literary Imagination, Medieval to Modern: Dreadful Passions, ed. Daniel McCann and Claire McKechnie-Mason (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), pp. 131–56
‘Lege feliciter, scribe felicius: the Originality of the *Vita S. Guthlaci*’, in Guthlac of Crowland: Celebrating 1300 Years, ed. Jane Roberts and Alan Thacker (Paul Watkins: Stamford, 2019), pp. 25–54
The Anglo-Saxon Riddle Tradition and The Anglo-Saxon Riddle Tradition: Notes and Commentary [Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library: 380,000 words; submitted 2017: to appear in two volumes in 2020]
‘Beowulf and the Art of Invention’, in By Definition: Studies in Medieval Literature and Lexicology in Honor of Antonette diPaolo Healey, ed. Hal Momma and Samantha Zacher (8,500 words, submitted January 2018)
A Dictionary of Old English Verse [90,000 words; currently out with readers]
‘Compound Interest in Old English Verse’ [9,000 words; to appear in Anglo-Saxon England]
‘The Riddle of Anglo-Saxon Lewdness and Learning’, In a Festschrift for Pat Conner, ed. Edward John Christie (9,000 words, submitted 2017; WVUP, forthcoming)
Publications by Rafael Pascual
Old English Dithematic Names and the Reliability of Sieversian Metrics, forthcoming in English Studies.
Nicolay Yakovlev’s Theory of Old English Metre: A Reassessment. Neophilologus. Published online. (With L. Neidorf.)
Old Norse Influence on the Language of Beowulf: A Reassessment. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 31 (2019): 298-322. (With L. Neidorf.)
Bliss’s Rule and Old English Metrics. ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 32 (2019): 209-213.
The Study of Old English Metrical Style. In Miguel Ángel Martínez-Cabeza, Rafael J. Pascual, Belén Soria, and Rocío G. Sumillera (eds), The Study of Style: Essays in English Language and Literature in Honour of José Luis Martínez-Dueñas, pp. 29-39. Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2019.
Alliterative Metre and Medieval English Literary History. Atlantis: Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies 40 (2018): 221-230.
A Possible Emendation of Beowulf 1042a. Notes and Queries 66: 166-168.
Two Possible Emendations of Beowulf 2088a. Notes and Queries 66: 5-8.