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‘Breaking the Canon? Manuscript 28 and the Traditions of Byzantine and Western Illumination’, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.7, Issue 2, Hilary 2011), 26-27.

 

‘Doctoratul de la Oxford al lui N. Iorga’, by Andrei Pippidi and Cristina Neagu, Analele Universitatii din Bucuresti, LIX, 2010, 1-14.

 

Gábor Almási. The Uses of Humanism: Johannes Sambucus (1531-1584), Andreas Dudith (1533-1589), and the Republic of Letters in East Central Europe. (Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History, 185). Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2009.', book review in Renaissance Quarterly (Vol.64, No 1, 2011).

 

‘Words Unwrapped and the Cardinal: An Unusual Portrait of Thomas Wolsey’, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.6, Issue 3, Trinity 2010), 23-26.

 

‘Preserving the Past : Remmelin’s Catoptrum Microcosmicum’, interview with paper conservator Victoria Stevens, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.6, Issue 2, Hilary 2010), 26-28.

 

‘The Transformation of a Library’, part 1 and 2, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.5, Issue 3, Trinity 2009 and Vol.6, Issue 1, Michaelmas 2009), 27-28 and 22-24.

The “Processus sub Forma Missae” and Nicolaus Olahus’, Studi Umanistici Piceni XXIX (Istituto Internazionale di Studi Piceni Sassoferrato, 2009), 387-395.

 

Ignace Bossuyt, Nele Gabriëls, Dirk Sacré and Demmy Verbeke, eds., ‘“Cui dono lepidum novum libellum?” Dedicating Latin Works and Motets in the Sixteenth Century', book review in Renaissance Quarterly (LXII, 2:2009), 488-489.
 

Reading Between the Lines: A Micrographic Portrait of King Charles I’, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.5, Issue 3, Trinity 2009), 20-22.

 

‘Maps of the Mind: Giordano Bruno’s Approach to Illustration’, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.5, Issue 2, Hilary 2009), 13-17.

 

‘Reading Copernicus: Giordano Bruno’s Lectures at Oxford’, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.5, Issue 1, Michaelmas 2008), 8-13.

 

‘The Case of the Lost Torah’, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.4, Issue 3, Trinity 2008), 4-5.

‘Dating Wolsey’s Lectionaries’, Christ Church Library Newsletter (Vol.4, Issue 2, Hilary 2008), 1-5.

'The Hungaria-Athila: Nicolaus Olahus’s formula of the orbis loca and orbis gesta’, Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Bonnensis : Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies, Bonn, 3-9 August 2003 (Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2006), 619-629.

 

A.S.Q. Visser, Joannes Sambucus and the Learned Image: The Use of the Emblem in Late-Renaissance Humanism', book review in Renaissance Quarterly (LIX, 1:2006), 215-216.

'Munci şi zile la Oxford: Cristina Neagu în dialog cu Robert Lazu' [Works and Days at Oxford : Cristina Neagu in dialogue with Robert Lazu], Adevărul literar şi artistic (Bucureşti: 1 November: 2005), 8-9.

'Secretul din faţa ochilor' [The secret in front of our eyes], Adevărul literar şi artistic (Bucureşti: 1 November: 2005), 15.

‘Tradiţie şi modalităţi de interpretare în Romeo şi Julieta’ [Tradition and means of interpretation in Romeo and Juliet], Vatra 1-2 (2002), 79-88.
 
‘Translation and the Theme of Love – Sacred and Profane’, International Notebook of Poetry 3 (Norcross, GA: LiterArt XXI, 2002), 216-227..
 
‘Echoes of the classics and the rhetoric of praise in Nicolaus Olahus’ elegiac verse’, International Notebook of Poetry 2 (Norcross, GA: LiterArt XXI, 2001), 41-54.
 
‘”Processus sub Forma Missae” and Nicolaus Olahus’, Colloquia – Journal of Central European History, V-VII (1998-2000), 43-53.
 
'Nicolaus Olahus, the Jesuits and the rhetoric of the ars epistolandi', Archaeus (Études d'histoire des religions), IV (2000), fasc.3, 1-8.
 
'The "Processus sub Forma Missae": Christian alchemy, identity and identification, Archaeus (Études d'histoire des religions), IV (2000), fasc.1-2, 105-118.
 
'Capela Sixtină şi culoarea paradisului la Michelangelo' [The Sistine Chapel and the colour of Paradise in Michelangelo's painting], Altarul Banatului 1-3 (Timişoara: 2000), 155-160.
 
'Mit şi licenţă poetică în "The Man Who Died" de D.H.Lawrence' [Myth and poetic licence in "The Man Who Died" by D.H. Lawrence], Vatra 6 (Târgu Mureş: 1999), 51-53.
 
'T.S. Eliot: "Murder in the Cathedral". Drama poetică şi modelul liturgic' [T.S. Eliot: "Murder in the Cathedral". The poetic theatre and the model of the liturgy], Altarul Banatului 7-9 (Timişoara: 1998), 66-70.
 
'Vaticanul vizibil, cetatea ascunsă şi alchimia culorilor: Basilica' [The visible Vatican, the hidden palace and the alchemy of colour: St.Peter's basilica], Altarul Banatului 12 (Timişoara: 1997), 179-181

Costello, Tom (ed.), International Literature on Film (London: Bowker-Saur, 1994).(contribution "Romanian Literature on Film").

'Un bizar teatru catoptric şi personajele lui închipuite în "Through the Looking Glass" de Lewis Carroll [A bizarre catoptric theatre and its imagined characters in Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll], Secolul 20 352-354 (Bucureşti:1993), 79-84.

'Simbolismul apei şi al lumii vegetale în "Hamlet". [The symbolism of water and the vegetable world in Hamlet], Transilvania 8 (Sibiu: 1990), 34-36.
 
'Un semnal de alarmă: greva foamei pentru o cinematografie autonomă' [A cry of alarm: hunger strike for an autonomous cinema], Film 4-5, March (Bucureşti: 1990), 4.
 
'Arhiva Naţională de Filme în stare de necesitate' [The National Film Archive in a state of crisis], 22, 3 February (Bucureşti: Grupul pentru Dialog Social, 1990), 14.
 
'Ne-iubirea de aur' [Beyond the love of gold], Almanah Cinema (Bucureşti: 1989), 29-31.
 
'Enigmă şi cunoaştere' [Mystery and knowledge], România literară 8, 10 March (Bucureşti: 1989), 7.
 
'"Iacob" şi ne-iubirea de aur'. ["Jacob": Beyond the love of gold], film review of Jacob by Mircea Daneliuc, Transilvania 8 (Sibiu: 1988), 53-55.
 
'Enigma semnului arab în "Sărmanul Dionis" de Mihai Eminescu' [The mystery of the arabian sign in "Sărmanul Dionis" by Mihai Eminescu], Caietele Eminescu VII (Iaşi: Universitatea Al.I.Cuza, 1986), 184-196.
 
'Motivul florii de aur în "Avatarii faraonului Tla" şi în "Romeo ăi Julieta"' [The motif of the golden flower in "Avatarii faraonului Tla" and in Romeo and Juliet], Caietele Eminescu VI (Iaşi: Universitatea Al.I.Cuza, 1985), 227-235, & Transilvania 1 (Sibiu: 1987), 25-28.
 
'Simboluri şi motive iniţiatice în "Fat Frumos din lacrimă" şi în legendele Graalului' [Symbols and initiation rites in "Făt Frumos din lacrimă" and the Grail Legends], Caietele Eminescu V (Iaşi: Universitatea Al.I.Cuza, 1984) 353-366, & Transilvania 1 (Sibiu: 1985), 17-20.
 
'Insula ca hiperspaţiu în "Cezara" de Mihai Eminescu şi în "Furtuna" de William Shakespeare' [The island as hyperspace in "Cezara" by Mihai Eminescu and in The Tempest by William Shakespeare], Transilvania 1 (Sibiu: 1986), 24-26.

 


Dissertations

Illustration from manuscript to print : 15th and 16th century Books of Hours in the Bodleian Library’ (M.Sc:University of Central England in Birmingham, 2000).
 
‘The Carmina of Nicolaus Olahus in the context of his literary career’ (D.Phil: University of Oxford, 2000).
 

 
Websites (... other than this)
 
Greyfriars Oxford Centre for Franciscan Studies (http://www.greyfriarsoxford.org.uk/)

Christ Church College - Library and Archives (http://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/library)
Oxford College Archives
(http://www.oxfordarchives.org.uk)
PhotoPoetry - Tom Costello modern art collection
(http://www.tomcostellocollection.com)
Chantry Library - Institute of Paper Conservation (2002-2004)

Worcester College Library (2000)

 

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