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2017

‘Beasts of Battle’. In Siân Echard and Robert Rouse (eds.). Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Medieval British Literature.

'Riders, Chivalry, and Knighthood in Tolkien.’ Journal of Tolkien Research 4 (2017), issue 2, item 3 (http://scholar.valpo.edu/journaloftolkienresearch/vol4/iss2/3/)

‘Meet the Professor – A Present-Day Colleague’s View of Tolkien’s Academic Life and Work.’ In Monika Kirner-Ludwig, Stephan Köser and Sebastian Streitberger (eds.). 2017. One Ring to Bind Them All. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on J.R.R. Tolkien and His Works. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers. (forthcoming)

‘Splintered Heroes – Heroic Variety and its Function in The Lord of the Rings.’ In John D. Rateliff (ed.). 2017. A Wilderness of Dragons: Essays in Honor of Verlyn Flieger (forthcoming)

‘The Sea-dragon – in Search of an Elusive Creature.’ In Gerlinde Huber-Rebenich et al (eds.). Symbolik des Wassers im Mittelalter. Berlin etc.: de Gruyter, 221-231.

‘‘We don’t need another hero’ – Problematic Heroes and their Function in Some of Tolkien’s Works.’ J.R.R. Tolkien: Individual, Community, Society: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Tolkien in Hungary (Budapest, 3-4 September 2015) (forthcoming)

Ut pictura tractatio – Some Thoughts on Jay Johnstone’s Isildur’s Bane’. In Jay Johnstone. The Art of Jay Johnstone. Oloris Publishing (forthcoming)

‘Ransom – Arthur – Aragorn: Concepts of Kingship in the Works of Three Inklings’. Proceedings of the 2012 Cerisy Conference. (forthcoming)

2016

(as editor together with Oliver Bidlo and Frank Weinreich). 2016. Fantastic Animals – Animals in the Fantastic. (Fastitocalon 6). Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.

(as editor together with Maureen Mann). 2016.  Humour in and around the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers.

'Heroic Scholars – Scholarly Heroes.’ In Renee Vink (ed.). 2016. Lembas Extra: Tolkien among Scholars. Leiden: Tolkienwinkel, 17-35.

‘Allegorical Hares and Real Dragons – Animals in Medieval Literature and Beyond’. In Roman Bartosch (ed.). 2016. Animal Poetics Special issue of Anglistik 27.2:47-57.

‘Transformations of Fairy Stories: From Sellic/Saelig Spell to Beowulf or from Folk Tale to Epic.’ Hither Shore 12:248-260.

2015

‘The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth, Beorhthelm’s Son.’ Tolkien Estate Website

2014

(as editor together with Gerlinde Huber-Rebenich and Volker Leppin). 2014. Gottes Werk und Adams Beitrag. Formen der Interaktion zwischen Mensch und Gott im Mittelalter. Berlin: de Gruyter

(as editor together with Dirk Vanderbeke). 2014. From Peterborough to Faëry: The Poetics and Mechanics of Secondary Worlds. Cormarë Series 31. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers

‘From Faëry to Madness: The Facts in the Case of Howard Phillips Lovecraft’. In Thomas Honegger and Dirk Vanderbeke (eds.). 2014. From Peterborough to Faëry: The Poetics and Mechanics of Secondary Worlds. Cormarë Series 31. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers, 113-140.

‘Academic Writings’. In Stuart Lee (ed.). 2014. A Companion to J.R.R. Tolkien. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 27-40.

‘Fauna (Christianity).’ 2014. In Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Berlin: de Gruyter.

2013

‘Per aspera ad astra: Zu den Anfängen und zur institutionellen Etablierung der Anglistik in Jena.’ In Richard Trachsler (ed.). 2013. Bartsch, Foerster et Cie. La première romanistique allemande et son influence en Europe. Paris: Garnier, 247-264.

‘Der Hobbit – eine in mancher Hinsicht tatsächlich unerwartete Reise.’ Zeitschrift für Fantastikforschung 6 (2/2013):137-144.

‘Il drago: sfida per santi ed eroi.’ In Franco Marzatico, Luca Tori and Aline Steinbrecher (eds.). 2013. Sangue di drago, squame di serpente. Genua and Milan: Skira, 259-267.

(as editor together with Fanfan Chen). 2013. Humour and the Fantastic. (Fastitocalon: Studies in Fantasticism Ancient to Modern 3). Trier: WVT.

‘My Most Precious Riddle: Eggs and Rings Revisited.’ 2013. Tolkien Studies 10:89-103.

‘‘Raw Forest’ versus ‘Cooked City’ – Lévi-Strauss in Middle-earth.’ In Helen Conrad-O’Briain and Gerard Hynes (eds.). 2013. J.R.R. Tolkien: the Forest and the City. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 76-86.

2012

‘Der Drache: Herausforderer von Heiligen und Helden.’ In Luca Tori and Aline Steinbrecher (eds.). 2012. Animali: Tiere und Fabelwesen von der Antike bis zur Neuzeit. Genua and Milan: Skira, 192-203.

(as editor together with Sarah Chevalier). 2012. Words, words, words: Philology and Beyond. Festschrift for Andreas Fischer on the Occasion of his 65 Birthday. Tübingen: Francke.

‘Plus de lumière que d’ombre? Approches Jungiennes de Tolkien et de l’image archétypale de l’ombre.’ In Vivien Stocker (ed.). 2012. L’arc et le heaume. Tolkien 1892-2012. Fretin: Association Tolkiendil, 25-43.

‘Communicative Spaces, Communicating Lovers – Declarations of Love in Marie de France’s Lanval and its English Adaptations.’ In Claudia Lange, Beatrix Weber and Göran Wolf (eds.). 2012. Communicative Spaces: Variation, Contact, and Change. Papers in Honour of Ursula Schaefer. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 91-114.

‘Ælfwine, Eriol.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 7-9.

‘Allemagne (et en langue Allemande), Réception en.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 23-26.

‘Amour Courtois, Courtoisie.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 33-35.

‘Animaux.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 45-47.

‘Manuscrits et Textes Inédits.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 412-413.

‘Modernité, Tolkien et la.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 402-404.

‘Retour de Beorhtnoth, Fils de Beorhthelm (Le).’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 500-503.

‘Shakespeare et Tolkien.’ ‘Sire Gauvain et le Chevalier Vert.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 541-542.

‘Sire Gauvain et le Chevalier Vert.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 548-551.

‘Sir Orfeo.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 551-553.

‘Tolkien, Christopher Reuel.’ In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2012. Dictionnaire Tolkien. Paris: CNRS Editions, 582-584.

‘Der Herr der Ringe: Mythos, Anwendbarkeit und gesunder Hobbitverstand.’ In Ute Dettmar, Mareile Oetken and Uwe Schwagmeier (eds.). 2012. SchWellengänge. Zur Poetik, Topik und Optik des Fantastischen in Kinder- und Jugendliteratur und -medien. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 41-62.

2011

‘More Light Than Shadow? Jungian Approaches to Tolkien and the Archetypal Image of the Shadow.’ 2011. Scholars’ Forum at The Lord of the Rings Plaza See also postpopuli

‘Drachen – Gedanken zur Typologie eines phantastischen Wesens.’ In Oliver Bidlo, Julian Eilmann and Frank Weinreich (eds.). 2011. Zwischen den Spiegeln. Neue Perspektiven auf die Phantastik. Essen: Oldib Verlag, 92-106.

‘Time and Tide – Medieval Patterns of Interpreting the Passing of Time in Tolkien’s Work.’ Hither Shore 8:86-99.

‘From Bestiary onto Screen: Dragons in Film.’ In Renate Bauer and Ulrike Krischke (eds.). 2011. Fact and Fiction: From the Middle Ages to Modern Times. Essays Presented to Hans Sauer on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. (Texte und Untersuchungen zur Englischen Philologie 37.) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 197-215.

‘The Rohirrim: “Anglo-Saxons on Horseback”? An Inquiry into Tolkien’s Use of Sources.’ In Jason Fisher (ed.). 2011. Tolkien and the Study of His Sources: Critical Essays. Jefferson, North Carolina and London: McFarland, 116-132.

‘Tolkien e Jung.’ In Giovanni Agnoloni (ed.). 2011. Tolkien. La Luce e l’Ombra. 2011. Ascoli Piceno: Senzapatria Editore, 163-186.

(together with Frank Weinreich). 2011. ‘Die aktuelle Tolkienforschung im Überblick: Personen – Organisationen – Verlage – Werke.’ Zeitschrift für Fantastikforschung 2:63-89.

(co-edited together with Fanfan Chen). 2011. The European Tradition of the Fantastic. (Fastitocalon: Studies in Fantasticism Ancient to Modern 2). Trier: WVT.

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2010

‘Fantasy, Escape, Recovery, and Consolation in Sir Orfeo: The Medieval Foundations of Tolkienian Fantasy.’ Tolkien Studies 7:117-136.

(co-edited together with Fanfan Chen). Immortals and the Undead. (Fastitocalon: Studies in Fantasticism Ancient to Modern 1). Trier: WVT.

2009

(co-edited together with Fanfan Chen). Good Dragons are Rare – An Inquiry into Literary Dragons East and West. Frankurt am Main, etc.: Peter Lang.

‘A Good Dragon is Hard to Find; or, from draconitas to draco.’ In Fanfan Chen and Thomas Honegger (eds.). 2009. Good Dragons are Rare – An Inquiry into Literary Dragons East and West. Frankurt am Main, etc.: Peter Lang, 27-59.

‘Draco litterarius: Some Thoughts on an Imaginary Beast.’ In Sabine Obermaier (ed.). 2009. Tiere und Fabelwesen im Mittelalter. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 133-145.

2008

(co-edited together with Stratford Caldecott). Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. Sources of Inspiration. Cormarë Series 18. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers.

‘A Look into Galadriel’s Mirror.’ In Stratford Caldecott and Thomas Honegger (eds.). 2008. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. Sources of Inspiration. Cormarë Series 18. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers, 233-237.

2007

(co-edited together with Günther Rohr). Tier und Religion. Themenband von Das Mittelalter. Leipzig: Akademie Verlag.

(co-edited together with Eduardo Segura). Myth and Magic: Art According to the Inklings. Cormarë Series 14. Zurich and Jena: Walking Tree Publishers.

(co-edited together with Winfried Rudolf and Andrew J. Johnston). Clerks, Wives and Historians: Essays on Medieval English Language and Literature. Collection/Sammlung Variations Volume 8. Berne, Berlin, etc.: Peter Lang.

‘Aelfwine.’ In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 4-5.

‘Finn and Hengest.’ In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 209-211.

‘Food.’ In In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 214.

‘Germany.’ In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 238-239.

‘Lembas.’ In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 253-354.

‘Rings of Power.’ In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 572-573.

‘Tolkien, Christopher Reuel.’ In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 663-665.

‘Treason.’ In Michael Drout (ed.). 2007. J.R.R. Tolkien Encyclopedia. Scholarship and Critical Assessment. New York and London: Routledge, 673-674.

The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth: Philology and the Literary Muse.’ In Tolkien Studies 4:191-201.

‘A Mythology for England? Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth’. In Eduardo Segura and Thomas Honegger (eds.). 2007. Myth and Magic. Art According to the Inklings. Cormarë Series 14. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers, 109-130.

‘A Mythology for England – the Question of National Identity in Tolkien’s Legendarium.’ In Hither Shore 3:13-26.

‘Romancing the Form: Alliterative Metre and William of Palerne.’ In Winfried Rudolf, Thomas Honegger and Andrew J. Johnston (eds.). 2007. Clerks, Wives and Historians: Essays on Medieval English Language and Literature. Collection/Sammlung Variations Volume 8. Berne, Berlin, etc.: Peter Lang, 117-124.

2006

(co-edited together with Frank Weinreich). Tolkien and Modernity 1. Cormarë Series 9. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers.

(co-edited together with Frank Weinreich). Tolkien and Modernity 2. Cormarë Series 10. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers.

(co-edited together with Eva-Maria Orth and Sandra Schwabe). Irony Revisited. Spurensuche in der englischsprachigen Literatur. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

‘‘Wouldst thou withdraw love’s faithful vow?’ The Negotiation of Love in the Orchard Scene (Romeo and Juliet Act II).’ In Journal of Historical Pragmatics 7:73-88.

‘“I schal ware my whyle wel with tale” – Historical Pragmatics and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.’ In Andrew James Johnston, Ferdinand von Mengden and Stefan Thim (eds.). 2006. Language and Text: Current Perspectives on English and Germanic Historical Linguistics. Heidelberg: Winter, 79-95.

‘Triviale Liebeserklärungen? Bemerkungen zu einem problematischen Sprechakt in der mittelenglischen Literatur.’ In Ludger Lieb and Otto Neudeck (eds.). 2006. Triviale Minne? Konventionalität und Trivialisierung in spätmittelalterlichen Minnereden. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 77-90.

‘The Passing of the Elves and the Arrival of Modernity: Tolkien’s ‘Mythical Method’.’ In Thomas Honegger and Frank Weinreich (eds.). 2006. Tolkien and Modernity 2. Cormarë Series 10. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers, 211-232.

(together with Jana Honegger) ‘Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings – Beyond the Printed Text.’ In Werner Delanoy and Laurenz Volkmann (eds.). 2006. Cultural Studies in the EFL Classroom. Heidelberg: Winter, 323-335.

2005

(as editor): Reconsidering Tolkien. Cormarë Series 8. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers.

(as co-author together with Andrew J. Johnston, Friedhelm Schneidewind and Frank Weinreich): Eine Grammatik der Ethik. Saarbrücken: Edition Stein und Baum.

‘‘Wy3e welcum iwys to this place’ – and never mind the alliteration: Forms of Address in Two Alliterative Middle English Romances.’ In Nikolaus Ritt and Herbert Schendl (eds.). 2005. Rethinking Middle English: Linguistic and Literary Approaches. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 169-178.

‘Historical Pragmatics – In Dialogue with the Past.’ In Gabriele Knappe (ed.). 2005. Englische Sprachwissenschaft und Mediävistik: Standpunkte – Perspektiven – Neue Wege. Bamberger Beiträge zu Englischen Sprachwissenschaft. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 223-242.

‘Tolkien through the Eyes of a Medievalist.’ In Thomas Honegger (ed.). 2005. Reconsidering Tolkien. Cormarë Series 8. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers, 45-66.

(together with Dieter Bachmann). ‘Ein Mythos für das 20. Jahrhundert: Blut, Rasse und Erbgedächtnis bei Tolkien.’ In Hither Shore 2:13-39.

‘‘There was an old woman, lived under a hill …’ – A Proto-Hobbit Uncovered?’ In Hither Shore 2:247-250.

‘The Death of the Courtly Lover: Richard Roos’s La Belle Dame sans Mercy.’ In Lilo Mössner and Christa M. Schmidt (ed.). 2005. Anglistentag 2004 Aachen. Trier: WVT, 31-42.

‘Liebe: Die literarische Darstellung eines Gefühls in der höfischen Literatur des Mittelalters am Beispiel des Lai de l’ombre.’ In Paul Michel (ed.). 2005. Unmitte(i)lbarkeit – Gestaltungen und Lesbarkeit von Emotionen. Schriften zur Symbolforschung 15. Zürich: Pano, 225-240.

2004

(as editor): Riddles, Knights and Cross-dressing Saints: Essays on Medieval English Language and Literature. Collection/Sammlung Variations Volume 5. Berne, Berlin, etc.: Peter Lang.

(as editor): Translating Tolkien: Text and Film. Cormarë Series 6. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers.

‘A Note on Beren and Lúthien’s Disguise as Werewolf and Vampire-Bat.’ In Tolkien Studies 1:173-177.

‘The Westron Turned into Modern English: The Translator and Tolkien’s Web of Languages’ In Thomas Honegger (ed.). 2004. Translating Tolkien. Cormarë Series 6. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers, 1-20.

‘Die ‘interpretatio mediaevalia’ von Tolkiens Werk.’ In Hither Shore 1:37-51.

‘De l’occidentalien à l’anglais moderne: le traducteur et le réseau de langages tolkienien’. (translated by Daniel Lauzon) In Vincent Ferré (ed.). 2004. Tolkien, Trente ans après (1973-2003). Paris: Christian Bourgois, 139-160.

‘Tolkiens moralischer Kosmos’. In Literaturwissenschaftliches Jahrbuch 45:239-259.

‘Nominal Forms of Address in Middle English: Pet Names and Terms of Endearment between Lovers’. In Christoph Bode, Sebastian Domsch and Hans Sauer (eds.). 2004. Anglistentag 2003 München. Trier: WVT, 39-55.

2003

(as editor): Tolkien in Translation. Cormarë Series 4. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers.

‘“And if ye wol nat so, my lady sweete, Thanne preye I thee, [...].” Forms of address in Chaucer’s The Knight’s Tale.’ In Andreas H. Jucker and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). 2003. Diachronic Perspectives on Address Term Systems. Pragmatics & Beyond. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 61-84.

‘Offa’ In Reallexikon der germanischen Altertumskunde. Volume 22. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 17-22.

2002

‘Authors and Lovers: Presenting Amorous Interaction in Middle English Romance.’ In Peter J. Lucas and Angela Lucas (eds.). 2002. Middle English from Tongue to Text. Selected Papers from the Third International Conference on Middle English: Language and Text (Dublin, Ireland, 1-4 July 1999). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 137-152.

‘‘Curteisie’ in Dame Sirith.’ In Reinardus 15. Yearbook of the International Reynard Society. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 71-86.

2001

‘De arte (dis-)honeste amandi: Amatory Theory vs Literary Reality.’ In Thomas Honegger (ed.). 2001. Authors, Heroes and Lovers: Essays on Medieval English Literature and Language. / Liebhaber, Helden und Autoren: Studien zur alt- und mittelenglischen Literatur und Sprache. Collection/Sammlung Variations 2. Berne, Berlin, etc.: Peter Lang, 73-106.

(as editor): Authors, Heroes and Lovers: Essays on Medieval English Literature and Language. / Liebhaber, Helden und Autoren: Studien zur alt- und mittelenglischen Literatur und Sprache. Ausgewählte Beiträge der Studientage Englisches Mittelalter (SEM) I & II. Collection/Sammlung Variations Band 2. Berne, Berlin, etc.: Peter Lang.

(co-edited together with Sonja Kolberg and Thomas Stein). Variations 6: Andere Welten/Autres Mondes/Other Worlds.

‘‘luf-talkyng’ and Middle English Romance.’ In Hans-Jürgen Diller and Manfred Görlach (ed.). 2001. Towards a History of English as a History of Genres. Heidelberg: Winter, 161-184.

 

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2000

(co-edited together with Thomas Hunkeler und Sylvie Jeanneret). Variations 5: Fälschungen/Faux/Fakes.

‘Hengest und Finn, Horsa’ In Reallexikon der germanischen Altertumskunde, Volume 14. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 386-391.

‘Heremod’ In Reallexikon der germanischen Altertumskunde. Volume 14. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 414-416.

‘‘But-that thou louye me, Sertes y dye fore loue of the’ – Towards a Typology of Opening Moves in Courtly Amorous Interaction.’ In Journal of Historical Pragmatics1.1:117-150.

‘A Note on the Man-in-the-Moon Poem No. 333 in Iona and Peter Opie’s The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes (1997).’ In Notes and Queries 245 (N.S. 47):20-22.

(zusammen mit Sabina Müller) ‘Re-Forging the Ancestral Tongue: Seamus Heaney’s New Translation of Beowulf.’ In Variations 5:131-148.

‘Cultural Symbols in Transition: Animal Lore in Late English and Scottish Poetry.’ In Micrologus 8:489-509 (Il Mondo Animale –The World of Animals).

1999

(als Herausgeber): Root and Branch: Approaches towards Understanding Tolkien. Cormarë Series 2. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers. New edition 2005.

‘The Monster, the Critics, and the Public: Literary Criticism after the Poll.’ In Thomas Honegger (ed.). 1999. Root and Branch: Approaches towards Understanding Tolkien. Cormarë Series 2. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers, 1-5.

‘The Man in the Moon: Structural Depth in Tolkien.’ In Thomas Honegger (ed.). 1999. Root and Branch: Approaches towards Understanding Tolkien. Cormarë Series 2. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers, 9-76.

‘On the Fringes of Interaction: The Dawn-Song as a ‘Linguistic Routine’ of Parting.’ In Andreas H. Jucker, Gerd Fritz and Franz Lebsanft (eds.). 1999. Historical Dialogue Analysis. Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 66. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 189-214.

‘The Legacy of the Bestiaries in Chaucer and Henryson.’ In Reinardus 12. Yearbook of the International Reynard Society. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 45-65.

‘Éowyn, Aragorn and the Hidden Dangers of Drink.’ In Inklings 17. Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik. Moers: Brendow, 217-225.

1998

‘Form and Function: The Beasts of Battle Revisited’ In English Studies 79:289-298.

‘Tolkien and Medieval Studies.’ In Le Tolkieniste 1:15-21.

1997

(co-edited together with Peter Buchs). News from the Shire and Beyond: Studies on Tolkien. Cormarë Series 1. Zurich and Berne: Walking Tree Publishers. New edition 2004.

‘Men without Women Indeed – a Hemingway Bestiary.’ In Andreas Fischer, Martin Heusser and Thomas Hermann (eds.). 1997. Aspects of Modernism. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 181-200.

‘‘In einer Höhle in der Erde, da lebte ein Hobbit.’ – Zur Symbolik von Ort und Raum in J.R.R. Tolkiens Werk.’ In Paul Michel (ed.). 1997. Symbolik von Ort und Raum. Schriften zur Symbolforschung 11. Berne and New York: Peter Lang, 305-334.

(together with Peter Buchs) ‘Tolkien Studies: News from the Shire and Beyond Indeed.’ In News from the Shire and Beyond: Studies on Tolkien, 1-8.

‘From Bag End to Lórien: the Creation of a Literary World.’ In Peter Buchs and Thomas Honegger (eds.). 1997. News from the Shire and Beyond: Studies on Tolkien, 48-67.

1996

From Phoenix to Chauntecleer: Medieval English Animal Poetry. Swiss Studies in English 120. Tübingen: Francke Verlag.

‘‘A Fox is a Fox is a Fox …’ – The Fox and the Wolf Reconsidered’ In Reinardus 9, Yearbook of the International Reynard Society. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 59-74.

1995

‘Shakespeares Gebrauch der Leibessymbolik in den ‘Roman Plays’.’ In Paul Michel (ed.). 1995. Symbolik des Leibes. Schriften zur Symbolforschung 10. Berne and New York: Peter Lang, 267-292.