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  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2019. Review of Paolo Chiesa, Venticinque lezioni di filologia mediolatina. Speculum. 513-514.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2019. Creating Absence: The Representation of Writing in Early Histories of the North. 20 sider.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2018. Medieval Latin. 9 sider.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2018. Dark Entries: Medievalism in the post-punk Gothic aesthetic.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2017. Review of Sara Pons-Sanz, The Lexical Effects of Anglo-Scandinavian Linguistic Contact. 97-105.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2017. Hygeburg’s Literary Itineraries: Fashioning a saint from a travelogue in eighth-century Francia.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2017. Arthur's Black Knights: Nostalgia and the Limits of the Modern Medieval Imaginary.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally; Haugen, Odd Einar. 2016. Parvum Lexicon Stemmatologicum. Bakgrunn for prosjektet og planar om vidare formidling.
  • Negoi, Lidia. 2016. Dominicans, Manuscripts, and Preaching in Medieval Aragon (XIV). A Social History of Communication.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally; Da Rold, Orietta; Shaw, Philip. 2015. Writing Europe, 500-1450: Texts and Contexts. Boydell & Brewer.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2015. Using the Present Lives of Dead Languages in Teaching.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2015. The Old Norwegian Homily Book and English Contemporaries. 23 sider.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2015. Latin Composition in Medieval Norway. Essays & Studies. 147-158.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2014. Writing while Reading: Transfer Units in the Copying Tasks of English Learners.
  • Conti, Aidan Keally. 2014. Copying Practices in Early Medieval Europe: Carolingian Case Studies.

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Ph.D., University of Toronto, Medieval Studies, 2004
M.A., University of Toronto, Medieval Studies, 1999
B.A. (Hons), M.A., University of Oxford, English Language and Literature, 1998, 2003
B.A. magna cum laude, Duke University, History and Latin, 1993