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Durham University

Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS)

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The list below shows Durham University research staff who are members of IMEMS. Click the member's name to see a more detailed biography and department.

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Professor Andrew Beresford - all publications

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  • Beresford, Andrew M. (Forthcoming). Corporeality and Soteriology in Medieval Spanish Hagiography: The Body as Signifier in the Libre dels tres reys d’Orient. In The Routledge Companion to Medieval Iberia. Gerli, Michael & Giles, Ryan D. Routledge.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (Forthcoming). Corporeality, Identity, and Vision in the Romanz del infant García. In A Companion to Spanish Epic Studies. Vaquero, Mercedes & Bailey, Matthew Leiden: Brill.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (Forthcoming). Hagiography, Corporeality, and the Gaze: Sexual/Ascetic Tension in the Vida de Santa de María Egipciaca. In Decoding Feminine Spirituality in the Iberian Medieval and Early Modern Ages. Kim, Yonsoo & Sanmartin Bastida, Rebeca Brill.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (Forthcoming). The Ascetic Body of St Dominic of Silos. In A Companion to Spanish Epic Studies. Desing, Matthew & Bower, Robin M. Leiden: Brill.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (2018). On the Sources and Contexts of Late Medieval Castilian Devotional Practice: Pain and Popular Piety in Gómez Manrique’s Representación del Nacimiento de Nuestro Señor. In Christ, Mary and the Cults of the Saints: Reading Religious Subjects in Medieval and Renaissance Spain. Beresford, Andrew M. & Twomey, Lesley K. Leiden: Brill. 151-186.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. & Twomey, Lesley K. (2018). Reading Religious Subjects. In Christ, Mary and the Cults of the Saints: Reading Religious Subjects in Medieval and Renaissance Spain. Beresford, Andrew M. & Twomey, Lesley K. Leiden: Brill. 3-35.
  • Andrew M. Beresford & Clare Baron (2014). Auckland Castle: Zurbarán’s Jacob and his Twelve Sons. In Spanish Art in County Durham. Clare Baron & Andrew M. Beresford Bishop Auckland: Auckland Castle Trust, The Bowes Museum, & Durham University. 26-43.
  • Andrew M. Beresford, Gemma Lewis & Christopher Ferguson (2014). Durham Castle and Cathedral: Two Sets of Spanish Apostles. In Spanish Art in County Durham. Clare Baron & Andrew M. Beresford Bishop Auckland: Auckland Castle Trust, The Bowes Museum, & Durham University. 112–21.
  • Andrew M. Beresford (2014). Durham Cathedral: The Galilee Chapel Altarpiece. In Spanish Art in County Durham. Clare Baron & Andrew M. Beresford Bishop Auckland: Auckland Castle Trust, The Bowes Museum, & Durham University. 102–11.
  • Andrew M. Beresford (2014). Postscript: The Legacy of Spanish Golden Age Art. In Spanish Art in County Durham. Clare Baron & Andrew M. Beresford Bishop Auckland: Auckland Castle Trust, The Bowes Museum, & Durham University. 132–41.
  • Andrew M. Beresford, Howard Coutts & Clare Baron (2014). Stately Homes in County Durham: Some Collectors of Spanish Paintings in County Durham. In Clare Baron & Andrew M Beresford Bishop Auckland: Auckland Castle Trust, The Bowes Museum, & Durham University. 92–101.
  • Beresford, Andrew (2013). Sanctity and prejudice in Medieval Castilian Hagiography: The Legend of Saint Moses the Ethiopian. In Medieval Hispanic Studies in Memory of Alan Deyermond. Beresford, Andrew, Haywood, Louise & Weiss, Julian Woodbridge: Tamesis. 11-38.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (2011). From Virgin Martyr to Holy Harlot: Female Saints in the Middle Ages and the Problem of Classification. In A Companion to Spanish Women's Studies. Xon de Ros & Geraldine Coates Woodbridge: Tamesis. 77-93.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (2007). Medieval Spanish Debate Literature. In Castilian Writers 1200–1400. George D. Greenia & Frank A. Domínguez Detroit: Gale. 333-43.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (2007). Saints John the Baptist and John the Evangelist in the Poetry of Juan de Luzón. In From the ‘Cancioneiro da Vaticana’ to the ‘Cancionero general’ Studies in Honour of Jane Whetnall. Alan Deyermond & Barry Taylor London: Department of Hispanic Studies, Queen Mary, University of London. 75-88.
  • Beresford, Andrew. (2005). The Minor Poems of Juan Rodríguez del Padrón: Critical Edition and Analysis. In Juan Rodríguez del Padrón: Studies in Honour of Olga Tudorică Impey. 1, Poetry and Doctrinal Prose. Alan Deyermond & Carmen Parrilla London: Queen Mary, University of London, Department of Hispanic Studies. 47: 17-52.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (2005). The Minor Poems of Juan Rodríguez del Padrón: Edition and Analysis. In Juan Rodríguez del Padrón: Studies in Honour of Olga Tudorică Impey. Alan Deyermond & Carmen Parrilla London: Department of Hispanic Studies, Queen Mary, University of London. 17-52.
  • Beresford, Andrew. (2005). The Poetry of Medieval Spain. In The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature. Gies, David T. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 75-94.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (2000). Cortol la cabeça e atola del petral, ca la querie dar en donas a Galiana: On the Relationship between Death and Sexuality in Four Epic Legends. In Papers of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar. Pattison, David London: University of London. 20: 41-63.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (2000). The Vida de Santa María Egipciaca and the Question of Manuscript Unity. In Text & Manuscript in Medieval Spain: Papers from the King's College Colloquium. Hook, David London: King's College. 5: 79-102.
  • Beresford, Andrew M. (1997). 'Ençendida del ardor de la luxuria': Prostitution and Promiscuity in the Legend of Saint Mary of Egypt. In `Quien hubiese tal ventura': Medieval Hispanic Studies in Honour of Alan Deyermond. Andrew M. Beresford London: Department of Hispanic Studies, Queen Mary & Westfield College. 45-56.

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