Dr Michael Bintley


NameDr Michael Bintley
Job titleAcademic Sessional

Research outputs

Landscapes of concealment and revelation in the Brut Narratives: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Wace, and Laȝamon

Hicks, Leonie V. and Bintley, Michael D.J. 2022. Landscapes of concealment and revelation in the Brut Narratives: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Wace, and Laȝamon. in: Church, S.D. (ed.) Anglo-Norman Studies 44. Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2021 Woodbridge Boydell Press. pp. 137-52

O what we ben! discovering post-apocalyptic landscapes in Andreas and Riddley Walker

Overall, S. and Bintley, M. 2017. O what we ben! discovering post-apocalyptic landscapes in Andreas and Riddley Walker. Being Human Festival 2017. Nov 2017

'How deserted lies the city, once so full of people': the reclamation of intramural space in Anglo-Saxon lIterature

Bintley, M. 2017. 'How deserted lies the city, once so full of people': the reclamation of intramural space in Anglo-Saxon lIterature. in: Boulton, M., Hawkes, J. and Stoner, H. (ed.) Place and Space in the Medieval World New York Routledge. pp. 63-73

Introduction: Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning change and continuity

Symons, V., Wellesley, M. and Bintley, M. 2017. Introduction: Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning change and continuity. in: Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M. (ed.) Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning Change and Continuity New York Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-26

Beacons of belief: seasonal change and sacred trees in Britain from prehistory to the later Middle Ages

Bintley, M. 2017. Beacons of belief: seasonal change and sacred trees in Britain from prehistory to the later Middle Ages. in: Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M. (ed.) Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning Change and Continuity New York Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 27-45

Stasis in the Medieval West?: questioning change and continuity

Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M. (ed.) 2017. Stasis in the Medieval West?: questioning change and continuity. New York Palgrave Macmillan.

Sensory perception in the Medieval West

Thomson, S. and Bintley, M. (ed.) 2016. Sensory perception in the Medieval West. Turnhout Brepols.

Plant life in the poetic edda

Bintley, M. 2016. Plant life in the poetic edda. in: Thomson, S. and Bintley, M. (ed.) Sensory Perception in the Medieval West Turnhout Brepols. pp. 227-244

Andreas: an edition

North, R. and Bintley, M. (ed.) 2016. Andreas: an edition. Liverpool University Press.

Representing beasts in early medieval England and Scandinavia: an introduction

Bintley, M. and Williams, T. 2015. Representing beasts in early medieval England and Scandinavia: an introduction. in: Bintley, M. and Williams, T. (ed.) Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia Martlesham Boydell Press.

The translation of St Oswald’s relics to New Minster, Gloucester: royal and imperial resonances

Bintley, M. 2014. The translation of St Oswald’s relics to New Minster, Gloucester: royal and imperial resonances. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History. 19, pp. 171-181.

Where the wild things are in Old English poetry

Bintley, M. 2015. Where the wild things are in Old English poetry. in: Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia Boydell Press.

Where are the wīcs in Old English poetry?

Bintley, M. 2015. Where are the wīcs in Old English poetry? in: Boulton, M., Hawkes, J. and Herman, M. (ed.) The Art, Literature and Material Culture of the Medieval World: Transition, Transformation and Taxonomy Dublin Four Courts Press.

Trees in the religions of early medieval England

Bintley, M. 2015. Trees in the religions of early medieval England. Martlesham Boydell Press.

Representing beasts in early medieval England and Scandinavia

Bintley, M. and Williams, T. (ed.) 2015. Representing beasts in early medieval England and Scandinavia. Martlesham Boydell Press.

Trees and timber in the Anglo-Saxon world

Bintley, M. and Shapland, M. (ed.) 2013. Trees and timber in the Anglo-Saxon world. Oxford Oxford University Press.

Introduction to Trees and timber in the Anglo-Saxon world

Bintley, M. and Shapland, M. 2013. Introduction to Trees and timber in the Anglo-Saxon world. in: Bintley, M. and Shapland, M. (ed.) Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World Oxford Oxford University Press.

Brungen of Bearwe: ploughing common furrows in Exeter Book Riddle 21, The Dream of the Rood, and the Æcerbot Charm

Bintley, M. 2013. Brungen of Bearwe: ploughing common furrows in Exeter Book Riddle 21, The Dream of the Rood, and the Æcerbot Charm. in: Bintley, M. and Shapland, M. (ed.) Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World Oxford Oxford University Press.

Recasting the role of sacred trees in Anglo-Saxon spiritual history: the South Sandbach Cross "Ancestors of Christ" panel in its cultural contexts

Bintley, M. 2013. Recasting the role of sacred trees in Anglo-Saxon spiritual history: the South Sandbach Cross "Ancestors of Christ" panel in its cultural contexts. in: Bintley, M. and Shapland, M. (ed.) Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World Oxford Oxford University Press.

City of the living dead: The Old English Andreas as urban horror narrative

Bintley, M. 2013. City of the living dead: The Old English Andreas as urban horror narrative. Horror Studies. 4 (1), pp. 3-20. https://doi.org/10.1386/host.4.1.3_1

The Byzantine silver bowls in the Sutton Hoo ship burial and tree-worship in Anglo-Saxon England

Bintley, M. 2011. The Byzantine silver bowls in the Sutton Hoo ship burial and tree-worship in Anglo-Saxon England. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology. 21, pp. 41-52. https://doi.org/10.5334/pia.378

Material culture: archaeology and text

Bintley, M. 2012. Material culture: archaeology and text. in: North, R. and Allard, J. (ed.) Beowulf and Other Stories: A New Introduction to Old English, Old Icelandic and Anglo-Norman Literatures Harlow Pearson Education. pp. 246-273

Revisiting the Semnonenhain: a Norse anthropogonic myth and the Germania

Bintley, M. 2011. Revisiting the Semnonenhain: a Norse anthropogonic myth and the Germania. Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies. 13 (2), pp. 146-162.

Landscape gardening: remodelling the Hortus Conclusus in Judgement Day II

Bintley, M. 2011. Landscape gardening: remodelling the Hortus Conclusus in Judgement Day II. The Review of English Studies. 62 (253), pp. 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1093/res/hgq028

Demythologising urban landscapes in Andreas

Bintley, M. 2009. Demythologising urban landscapes in Andreas. Leeds Studies in English. 40, pp. 105-118.
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