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  • Conti, Aidan Keally; Da Rold, Orietta; Shaw, Philip. 2015. Writing Europe, 500-1450: Texts and Contexts. Boydell & Brewer. 216 pages. ISBN: 9781843844150.
  • Rankovic, Slavica; Budal, Ingvil Brugger; Conti, Aidan Keally; Melve, Leidulf; Mundal, Else. 2012. Modes of Authorship in the Middle Ages. 427 pages. ISBN: 978-0888448224.
Journal articles
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2019. Review of Paolo Chiesa, Venticinque lezioni di filologia mediolatina. Speculum. 94: 513-514. doi: 10.1086/702862
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2017. Review of Sara Pons-Sanz, The Lexical Effects of Anglo-Scandinavian Linguistic Contact. NOWELE. North-Western European Language Evolution. 70: 97-105.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2015. Latin Composition in Medieval Norway. Essays & Studies. 68: 147-158.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2013. Individual Practice, Common Endeavour: Making a manuscript and community in the second half of the twelfth century. New Medieval Literatures. 13: 253-272. doi: 10.1484/J.NML.1.102448
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2012. Reconsidering the Conquest after the Reformation: Abraham Wheelock's Reading of Cambridge, Trinity College MS B.14.52. English Manuscript Studies, 1100-1700. 17: 223-237.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2010. Review of Reality Fictions: Romance, History, and Governmental Authority, 1025–1180 by Robert M. Stein. Modern philology. 107: E9-E12. doi: 10.1086/650439
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2010. Reality Fictions: Romance, History, and Governmental Authority, 1025-1180. Modern philology. 107: E9-E12.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2009. Norse-derived vocabulary in late old english texts: wulfstan's works, a case study. Journal of English and Germanic Philology. 108: 152-155.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2009. The taunton fragment and the homiliary of angers: context for new old english. Review of English Studies. 60: 1-33. doi: 10.1093/res/hgn073
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2008. The Old Norse afterlife of Ralph d'Escures's 'Homilia de assumptione Mariae'. Journal of English and Germanic Philology. 107: 215-238.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2008. The Gem-bearing Serpents of the Trinity Homilies: An Analogue for Gower's Confessio Amantis. Modern philology. 106: 109-116. doi: 10.1086/597251
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2007. Revising Wulfstan's Antichrist in the Twelfth Century: A Study in Medieval Textual Re-Appropriation. Literature Compass. 4: 638-663. doi: 10.1111/j.1741-4113.2007.00439.x
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2004. Of dyuersitie & chaunge of langage: Essays Presented to Manfred Görlach on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Notes and Queries. 51: 65-66.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2004. New Readings of Chaucer's Poetry. Notes and Queries. 51: 434-435.
Book sections
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2018. Medieval Latin. 1:23, pages 318-326. In:
    • Glauser, Jürg; Hermann, Pernille; Mitchell, Stephen A. 2018. Handbook of Pre-Modern Nordic Memory Studies. Interdisciplinary Approaches. Walter de Gruyter. 1163 pages. ISBN: 978-3-11-044020-1.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2015. The Old Norwegian Homily Book and English Contemporaries. 6, pages 152-174. In:
    • Mundal, Else. 2015. MEDIEVAL NORDIC LITERATURE IN ITS EUROPEAN CONTEXT. Dreyer Forlag A/S. 288 pages. ISBN: 9788282650724.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2013. The Performative Texts of the Stave Church Homily. III.1, pages 223-245. In:
    • Mortensen, Lars Boje; Lehtonen, Tuomas. 2013. The Performance of Christian and Pagan Storyworlds: Non-Canonical Chapters of the History of Nordic Medieval Literature. Brepols. 448 pages. ISBN: 9782503542362.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2012. Scribes as Authors, Transmission as Composition: Towards a Science of Copying. kapittel 15, pages 267-288. In:
    • Rankovic, Slavica; Budal, Ingvil Brugger; Conti, Aidan Keally; Melve, Leidulf; Mundal, Else. 2012. Modes of Authorship in the Middle Ages. 427 pages. ISBN: 978-0888448224.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2010. Gammelt og nytt i homiliebokens prekeunivers. kapitel, pages 165-186. In:
    • Haugen, Odd Einar; Ommundsen, Åslaug. 2010. Vår eldste bok. Skrift, miljø og biletbruk i den norske homilieboka. Novus Forlag. 315 pages. ISBN: 978-82-7099-589-9.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2010. Ælnoth of Canturbury and Early Mythopoiesis in Denmark. kapitel, pages 189-206. In:
    • Garipzanov, Ildar; Antonsson, Haki Thor. 2010. Saints and their Lives on the Periphery Veneration of Saints in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe (c.1000-1200). Brepols. 319 pages. ISBN: 978-2-503-53033-8.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2007. The Circulation of the Old English Homily in the Twelfth Century: New Evidence from Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Bodley 343. 13, pages 365-402. In:
    • Kleist, Aaron. 2007. The Old English Homily: Precedent, Practice and Appropriation. Brepols. 550 pages. ISBN: 978-2-503-51792-6.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally; Antonsson, Haki Thor; Crumplin, Sally. 2007. A Norwegian in Durham: An Anatomy of a Miracle in Reginal of Durham's Libellus de admirandis beati Cuthberti. 2.2, pages 195-226. In:
    • Ballin Smith, Beverley; Taylor, Simon; Williams, Gareth. 2007. West over Sea: Studies in Scandinavian Sea-Borne Expansion and Settlement Before 1300. Brill Academic Publishers. 610 pages. ISBN: 9789004158931.

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