Liber Uricrisiarum: A Reading Edition, by Henry Daniel. Edited by E. Ruth Harvey and M. Teresa Tavormina, with Sarah Star, Jessica Henderson, and C.E.M. Henderson (University of Toronto Press, April 2020). For further details, see https://utorontopress.com/ca/liber-uricrisiarum-2.
Henry Daniel and the Rise of Middle English Medical Writing. Edited by Sarah Star (University of Toronto Press, February 2022). For further details, see this announcement from the University of Toronto Press.
Published articles by project contributors
Harvey, [E.] Ruth. “The Judgement of Urines”. Canadian Medical Association Journal, Vol. 159, No. 12 (Dec. 15, 1998): 1482-1484. CMAJ.
Harvey, E. Ruth. “Medicine and Science in Chaucer’s Day”. The Oxford Handbook to Chaucer, ed. Suzanne Conklin Akbari. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2018.
Jones, Peter Murray. “The Survival of the Frater Medicus? English Friars and Alchemy, ca. 1370–ca. 1425.” Ambix 65.3 (2018): 232-49.
Jones, Peter Murray. “Ut dicunt fratres minores…: language of witness in late medieval medical compilations.” Parlare la medicina: fra lingue e culture, nello spazio e nel tempo. Atti del Convegno Internazionale, Università di Parma, 5-7 Settembre 2016, ed. Nicola Reggiani e Francesca Bertonazzi. Milan: Mondadori, 2018: 313-27.
Star, Sarah. “Henry Daniel, Medieval English Medicine and Linguistic Innovation: A Lexicographic Study of Huntington MS HM 505.” Huntington Library Quarterly 81.1 (2018): 63-106.
Star, Sarah. “The Textual Worlds of Henry Daniel.” Studies in the Age of Chaucer 40 (2018): 191-216.
Tavormina, M. Teresa. “Uroscopy in Middle English: A Guide to the Texts and Manuscripts”. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History 3d ser., Vol. 11 (2015): 1-154.
Page header image: London, British Library, Sloane MS 1977.