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Publications:  Prof Alfred Hiatt

Hiatt A(2019). Forgery as Historiography. Medieval Historical Writing: Britain and Ireland, 500-1500, Editors: Jahner, J, Steiner, E, Tyler, EM, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Hiatt A(2019). Geographical Determinism? The Seven Climes in Medieval Arabic and Latin Traditions. Spreading Knowledge in a Changing World, Editors: Burnett, C, Mantas-España, P, Córdoba University Press (Córdoba),
Hiatt A(2019). Maps and the Organization of Space. Medieval English Travel: A Critical Anthology, Editors: Bale, A, Sobecki, S, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Hiatt A(2019). The Sawley Map (c. 1190). A Critical Companion to the English Medieval Mappae Mundi of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, Editors: Terkla, D, Millea, N, Boydell Press (Woodbridge),
Hiatt A(2019). Tyre in Africa: Dido’s Flight and Sallust’s Jugurtha. Manuscript and Print in Late Medieval and Early Modern Britain: Essays in Honour of Professor Julia Boffey, Editors: Atkin, T, Rajsic, J, D.S. Brewer
HIATT AC(2016). From Pliny to Brexit: spatial representation of the British Isles. Postmedieval: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies vol. 7, (4) 511-525.
HIATT AC(2016). Lucan. The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, Editors: Copeland, R, vol. 1: 800-1558, Oxford University Press
HIATT AC(2015). Maps of Empires Past. Post-Empire Imaginaries? Anglophone Literature, History, and the Demise of Empires, Editors: Buchenau, B, Richter, V, Brill (Leiden),
HIATT AC(2015). Worlds in Books. Taxonomies of Knowledge, Editors: Ransom, L, Steiner, E, University of Pennsylvania Press (Philadelphia),
HIATT AC(2014). The Reference Work in the Fifteenth Century: John Whethamstede's Granarium. Makers and Users of Medieval Books: Essays in Honour of A.S.G. Edwards, Editors: Meale, C, Pearsall, D, D.S. Brewer
Hiatt A(2013). Geography in Walter of Châtillon’s Alexandreis and its Medieval Reception. The Journal of Medieval Latin vol. 23, 255-294.
HIATT AC(2013). Historical and Political Verse. A Companion to Fifteenth-Century Poetry, Editors: Boffey, J, Boydell and Brewer
HIATT AC(2013). Mapping England and Wales. The Oxford Handbook to Holinshed's Chronicles, Editors: Archer, I, Heal, F, Kewes, P, Oxford University Press
HIATT AC(2012). A Map of Ovid's Tristia 1.10 in Dublin, Trinity College MS 632. Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes vol. 75, 31-51.
HIATT AC(2011). 'From Hulle to Cartage': Maps and the Sea. The Sea and Englishness in the Middle Ages: Maritime Narratives, Identity and Culture, Editors: Sobecki, S, Boydell and Brewer
HIATT A(2011). Mutation and Nation: The 1513 Strasbourg Ptolemy. Ptolemy’s Geography in the Renaissance, Editors: Shalev, Z, Burnett, C, vol. 17, Warburg Institute (London),
HIATT AC(2011). Terra Australis and the Idea of the Antipodes. European Perceptions of Terra Australis, Editors: Scott, AM, Hiatt, AC, McIlroy, C, Wortham, C et al., Ashgate (Farnham),
Hiatt AC(2010). Beowulf off the map. Anglo-Saxon England vol. 38, 11-40.
Hiatt AC(2010). Maps and margins: other lands, other peoples. The Oxford handbook to Medieval literature in English., Editors: Treharne, E, Walker, G, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
HIATT AC(2009). Diplomatic arts: Hickes against Mabillon in the republic of letters. Journal of the History of Ideas: an international quarterly devoted to intellectual history vol. 70, (3) 351-373.
HIATT A(2008). Terra incognita: mapping the Antipodes before 1600. British Library/University of Chicago Press (London and Chicago),
HIATT AC(2007). ‘Genre without System’. Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature: Middle English, Editors: Strohm, P, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
HIATT AC(2007). ‘The Map of Macrobius before 1100’. Imago Mundi vol. 59, 149-176.
HIATT AC(2005). 'Petrarch's Antipodes'. Parergon vol. 22, 1-30.
HIATT AC(2005). ‘Mapping the ends of empire’. Postcolonial Approaches to the European Middle Ages: Translating Cultures, Editors: Kabir, AJ, Williams, D, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
HIATT AC(2004). The Making of Medieval Forgeries: False documents in fifteenth-century England. British Library/University of Toronto Press (London and Toronto),
HIATT AC(2004). ‘Historical Writing’. A Companion to Middle English Prose, Editors: Edwards, ASG, Boydell and Brewer (Cambridge),
HIATT AC(2004). ‘Stow, Grafton, and 15th-century historiography’. John Stow (1525-1605) and the Making of the English Past, Editors: Gillespie, A, Gadd, I, British Library (London),
HIATT AC(2003). ‘Beyond a border: the maps of Scotland in John Hardyng’s Chronicle’. The Lancastrian Court: Proceedings of the 18th Harlaxton Symposium, Editors: Stratford, J, Shaun Tyas (Donington),
HIATT AC(2002). ‘Blank Spaces on the Earth’. The Yale Journal of Criticism vol. 15, 223-250.
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