J. R. Webb

Professor of History
Bridgewater State University

jrwebb [at] bridgew.edu






“Teaching pandemics amidst a pandemic,” Bridgewater Review 40:1 (2022): 8–11. (link)



“Finding order in disorder: Joachim of Fiore on the barbarian invasions,” in Ordine e disordini in Gioacchino da Fiore, ed. M. Rainini, Opere di Gioacchino da Fiore: testi e strumenti 29 (Rome: Viella, 2021), 185–204. (link) (link2)



“Representations of the warrior-bishop in eleventh-century Lotharingia,” Early Medieval Europe 24:1 (2016): 103–130. (link) (link2)



“Lessons from the first universities,” Bridgewater Review 34:2 (2015): 9–12. (link)



“‘Knowledge will be manifold’: Daniel 12.4 and the idea of intellectual progress in the middle ages,” Speculum 89 (2014): 307–357. (link) (link2)



“Hagiography in the diocese of Liège (950–1130),” in Hagiographies: Histoire internationale de la littérature hagiographique latine et vernaculaire en Occident des origines à 1550, ed. M. Goullet, Corpus Christianorum: Hagiographies 6 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014), 809–904. (link) (link2)



“Notger et Hériger face au passé lointain du diocèse de Tongres-Maastricht-Liège,” in Évêque et prince: Notger et la Basse-Lotharingie aux alentours de l’an mil, ed. A. Wilkin and J.-L. Kupper (Liège: Presses Universitaires de Liège, 2013), 507–524. (link) (link2)



Claves and clavigeri: Medieval source repertories in the twenty-first century,” Journal of Medieval Latin 21 (2011): 253–268. (link) (link2)



“The decrees of the fathers and the wisdom of the ancients in Heriger of Lobbes’ Vita Remacli,” Revue bénédictine 120 (2010): 31–58. (link) (link2)



“Cathedrals of Words: Bishops and the Deeds of their Predecessors in Lotharingia, 950–1100,” PhD dissertation, Harvard University, 2008. (link)