This page contains a list of work published or in press relating to this project by members of the team.

Published work

Boogaart, Jacques: ‘Review of Guillaume de Machaut: Secretary, Poet, Musician by Elizabeth Eva Leach’, Music and Letters, xciii no. 3 (August, 2012), pp. 397-399.

—— ‘L’amant confus: interprétation du motet 2, Tous corps/De souspirant cuer/Suspiro, de Guillaume de Machaut.’ In La chanson de trouvères - formes, registres, genres -,  ed. Marie-Geneviève Grossel (Presses universitaires de Valenciennes: 2012).

Leo, Domenic: Images, Texts, and Marginalia in a “Vows of the Peacock” Manuscript (New York, Pierpont Morgan Library MS G24) With a Complete Concordance and Catalogue of Peacock Manuscripts (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2013). For a descriptive flyer from the publisher, see:

—— “The Pucellian School and the Rise of Naturalism: Style as Royal Signifier?” In Jean Pucelle: Innovation and Collaboration in Manuscript Painting, ed. Anna Russakoff and Kyunghee Pyun (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), pp. 147-167. For a descriptive flyer from the publisher, see:

An exploration of the patronage of Machaut MSC, with special attention to Bonne de Luxembourg, including a provisional checklist of manuscripts by the ‘Machaut artists’.

—— “The Beginning is the End: Machaut’s Prologue.” In Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, vol. 1: Text, Music and Image from Machaut to Ariosto, ed. Yolanda Plumley, Giuliano Di Bacco, and Stefano Jossa (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2011), pp. 96-112, with notes, pp. 233-240.

“Art Historical Commentary,” in A Facsimile of the Ferrell-Vogüé Machaut Manuscript, dir. Lawrence Earp (DIAMM, 2014).

Palmer, R Barton: ‘Guillaume de Machaut and the Classical Tradition: Individual Talent and (Un)Communal Tradition.’ In A Companion to Guillaume de Machaut, eds Deborah McGrady and Jennifer Bain (Brill: 2012), chapter 12.

Plumley, Yolanda: ‘Lyrics With and Without: Guillaume de Machaut’s Compositional Reworking and the Case of Dame, se vous n’avez aperceü (Rondeau 13).’ In A Companion to Guillaume de Machaut, eds Deborah McGrady and Jennifer Bain (Brill: 2012), chapter 9.

Stone, Anne:  ‘Music Notation, Metaphor, and the Reification of Late Medieval Song.’ In Cantus Scriptus: Technologies of Medieval Song, eds Emma Dillon and Lynn Ransom (Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2012), pp. 43-76. (Analysis of Rondeau 10 - Rose, liz.)

Publications in press

Leo, Domenic: ‘Illuminating the Jugement du roy de Behaingne and the Jugement du roy de Navarre’, ‘Image-Text rapports in the Remède de Fortune’, and ‘The Narrator’s Masculinity in the Fonteinne Amoureuse and Confort d’Ami’. In Guillaume de Machaut, Complete Works, vol. 1 The Jugement Series and vol. 2 The Boethian Poems, trans and eds R. Barton Palmer, Yolanda Plumley, and Anne Stone (The Medieval Institute, with TEAMS and METS, 2012). (Essays written to present art historical studies which will eventually accompany the entire iconographic program of MS A.)

Palmer, R. Barton: ‘Centrifugal Allusion and the Centripetal Text:The Example of Guillaume de Machaut.’ In Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Vol 2: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Medieval Culture, eds Yolanda Plumley and Giuliano Di Bacco (University of Exeter Press, 2013).

Plumley, Yolanda: ‘Citational Practice in the Late Middle Ages.’ In The Cambridge History of Medieval Music eds Mark Everist and Thomas F. Kelly (Cambridge University Press, 2013)

—— ‘French Songs for the New Year, ca. 1380-1440.’ In The Cambridge History of Fifteenth-Century Music eds A.M. Busse Berger and J. Rodin (Cambridge University Press, 2013).

——‘Guillaume de Machaut Heads South: The Reception of French Songs in Italy.’ In Essays in Honor of Joe Connors (Florence, 2013).

Plumley, Yolanda and Uri Smilansky: ‘Béarn.’ In Europe: a Literary History, 1348-1418 ed. David Wallace (Oxford University Press, 2013)

Rose-Steel, Tamsyn: ‘The Playful Motet: From Montpellier to Machaut’, in Patterson, Serina, ed., Games and Gaming in Medieval Literature (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming). (An examination of references games and game-playing in some motets, including literal mentions and the playful culture intimated by more oblique references.)

Stone, Anne:  ‘The Ars subtilior.’ In The Cambridge History of Medieval Music, eds Mark Everist and Tom Kelly (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

—— ‘Notation.’ In The Cambridge History of Fifteenth-Century Music, eds Anna Maria Busse Berger and Jesse Rodin (Cambridge University Press, 2013).