Publications of Dr Iona M. McCleery
'Medical perspectives on death in late-medieval and early-modern Europe' in: C. Krötzl and K. Mustakallio (eds), Ideals and attitudes towards old age and death in antiquity and the middle ages, (forthcoming 2009 from Brepols)
'Medical 'emplotment' and plotting medicine: health and disease in late medieval Portuguese chronicles', Social history of medicine (special issue on the Middle Ages in 2010)
'Medicine and disease', in: K. Phillips (ed.), A Cultural History of Women in the Middle Ages (forthcoming 2010 from Berg)
McCleery, I. (2009) 'Both ‘illness and temptation of the Enemy’: melancholy, the medieval patient and the writings of King Duarte of Portugal (1433-38)', Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies 1(2), pp.163-78.
McCleery, I. (2009) ‘A sense of the past: exploring sensory experience in the pre-modern world’, Brain: a journal of neurology 132, 1112-17 (review essay)
McCleery, I: ‘Isabel of Aragon: model queen or model saint?’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 57 (2006), pp. 668-92
- McCleery, I: 'Multos ex medicinae arte curaverat, multos verbo et oratione: curing in medieval Portuguese saints' lives', in K. Cooper and J. Gregory (eds), Signs, wonders, miracles: representations of divine power in the life of the church, Woodbridge: Published for the Ecclesiastical History Society by the Boydell Press, 2005, pp. 192-202 (= Studies in Church History, Vol. 41).
- McCleery, I: 'Saintly Physician, Diabolical Doctor, Medieval Saint: Exploring the Reputation of Gil de Santarem Medieval and Renaissance Portugal', Portuguese Studies, 21 (2005), pp. 112-25.
- McCleery, I: 'The Virgin and the Devil: the Role of the Virgin Mary in the Theophilus Legend and its Spanish and Portuguese Variants', in R Swanson (ed.), The Church and Mary, Woodbridge: Published for the Ecclesiastical History Society by the Boydell Press, 2004, pp. 147-56 (= Studies in Church History, Vol. 39).
- McCleery, I: 'Opportunities for Teaching and Studying Medicine in Medieval Portugal before the Foundation of the University of Lisbon (1290)', Dynamis 20 (2000), pp. 305-29.