Thomas Gobbitt

In progress

Monograph: Lombard Law-Books in the ‘Long’ Eleventh Century: The Liber Papiensis in Manuscript Context (Leeds: Kismet Press) [Intent to publish confirmed December 2016; anticipated publication 2018]

Edited Collection: Law|Book|Culture in the Medieval West (Leiden: Brill) [Intent to Publish confirmed October 2016; anticipated publication 2018-19]

Article: ‘Poisoning, Killing and Murder in the Edictus Rothari’ [Currently under review for an edited collection on Murder in the Middle Ages, ed. by Larissa Tracy, Explorations in Medieval Culture (Leiden: Brill)]

Peer-reviewed articles

 ‘Palaeographic Preferences and Manuscript Contexts of a Mid-Eleventh-Century English Legal Collection: London, British Library, Cotton MS Nero A. I (Part A)’, Scriptorium, 69 (2015), 61-77

‘The other book: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 383 in relation to the Textus Roffensis’, in Textus Roffensis in Context: Law, Language and Libraries in Early Medieval England, ed. by Bruce O’Brien and Barbara Bombi (Turnhout, Brepols: 2015), pp. 69-82

‘Materiality, stratigraphy and artefact biography: codicological features of a late-eleventh-century manuscript of the Lombard laws’, StudiaNeophilologica, 86 (2014), 48-67

‘(Old) English, Anglo-Saxon legal texts in the later eleventh to mid-twelfth centuries’, Literature Compass, 10 (2013), 618-30

‘The twelfth-century rubrication of Anglo-Saxon legal texts in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS. 383’, Historical Research 86 (2013), 536-49

‘The manuscript contexts of the Old English Frið of Ælfred and Guðrum’, Manuscripta, 57 (2013), 29-56

‘Orthographic preferences in the production of MS Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 383 at the turn of the twelfth century’, Scriptorium, 66 (2012), 3-24

‘Miniaturing as emendation: I-II Cnut and the production of MS Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 383’, in ASpecial Issue on Production and Use of English Manuscripts: 1060 to 1220, ed. by Elaine Treharne, Mary Swan, Orietta Da Rold and Takako Kato, New Medieval Literatures, ed. by Wendy Scase, Rita Copeland, and David Lawton, 13 (2011), pp. 99-112

‘I Æthelred in Felix Liebermann’s Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen and in the mise-en-page of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 383’, in English Law before Magna Carta: Felix Liebermann and Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen, ed. by Andrew Rabin, Elizabeth Oliver and Stefan Jurasinski (Leiden: Brill, 2010), pp. 119-35

‘Audience and amendment of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 383 in the first half of the twelfth century’, Skepsi, 2 (2009), 6-22

Other (Non-Peer-Reviewed) Publications

Book Review: ‘Ben Snook, The Anglo-Saxon Chancery: The History, Language and Production of Anglo-Saxon Charters from Alfred to Edgar’, Manuscripta, 60 (2016), 102-07

Book Review: ‘Donald Scragg, A Conspectus of Scribal Hands Writing English, 960-1100’, Leeds Studies in English 45 (2014), 133-35

Book Review: ‘A. N. Doane and William P. Stoneman, Purloined Letters: The Twelfth-Century Reception of the Anglo-Saxon Hexateuch’, Anglia, 131 (2013), 361-65

Edition and Commentary: Rectitudines Singularum Personarum and Gerefa’, in Early English Laws (2012)