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Recent Publications

Critical Editions and Translations
  • Grenier-Winther, Joan, ed. and trans. La Belle dame qui eust mercy (The Beautiful Lady who had Mercy) and Le Dialogue d’amoureux et de sa dame (The Dialogue between a Lover and his Lady).  Cambridge, England: Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA), 2018.
  • Nicholson, Peter, and Joan Grenier-Winther, eds. and trans. Oton de Granson: Selected Poems.  Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications/Western Michigan University, 2015.
  • Grenier-Winther, Joan, ed. Les Poésies d’Oton de Granson (c. 1340 – 1397). Paris, Geneva: Éditions Honoré Champion/Slatkine, “Classiques Français du Moyen Âge”, 2010.
  • Grenier-Winther, Joan, ed. ‘Le Songe de la barge’ de Jean de Werchin, sénéchal de Hainaut (XVe siècle). Montreal: Éditions CERES (McGill University, Montréal),1996.
Research Articles
  • Grenier-Winther, Joan. “Late Medieval French Composite Poems.” International Journal of Language and Literature 4.1 (2016): 1-12. Print & online.                                                   
  • Grenier-Winther, Joan. “On Authorship of La Belle dame qui eust mercy,” in Othon de Grandson, chevalier et poète. Ed. Jean-François Kosta-Théfaine. (Orléans, France: Éditions Paradigme, 2007): 33-64.
  • “Server-Side Databases, the World Wide Web, and the Editing of Medieval Poetry: The Case of La Belle dame qui eut mercy,” in The Book Unbound: New Directions in  Editing and Reading Medieval Books and Texts. Eds. Stephen T. Partridge and Sian Echard. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004): 190-220.
  • “Lectio multiplicior, lectio potior: On the Form and Impact of Electronic Hypermedia Editions” in Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Vol. 2, The Future of the Middle Ages and The Renaissance: Problems, Trends, and Opportunities in Research (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1998): 53-67.
  • “Merciful and Merciless Ladies: Some Considerations in Moving from Print to Electronic Editions of Medieval Texts” in Studies in Medievalism (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1997): 239-256.
  • “Jean de Werchin’s Le Songe de la barge: Speculum principis and Royalist Apology.” Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Duke University) 25 (1995): 177-205.