• BAECHLE, SARAH, Speaking Survival: Chaucer Studies and the Discourses of Sexual Assault ...................................................................................................................463

  • BARLETT, ROBYN A., Death, Negation, and the Problem of Absence in Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess ...................................................................................................................322

  • BEIDLER, PETER G., The Ending of A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050–1500 ....................................................................................................................392

  • BOWER, HANNAH LOUISE, Restless Rewritings: The Politics of Enigma and Exposure in the Squire’s Tale ...............................................................................................................32

  • CHAPMAN, JULIANA, Musicus Animal in the Nun’s Priest’s Tale ...................................................................................................................369

  • FEIN, SUSANNA, AND DAVID RAYBIN, The Case of Geoffrey Chaucer and Cecily Chaumpaigne: New Evidence .....................................................................................................403

  • GREENE, DARRAGH, “Crist spak hymselfe ful brode in hooly writ”: Chaucer, Divine Speech, and the Silent Word .....................................................................................................1

  • HARLAN-HAUGHEY, SARAH, The Dragon of Love: Chaucer’s Jason and the Cycle of Consumption in the Legend of Good Women ................................................................................101

  • HARRIS, CARISSA M., On Servant Women, Rape Culture, and Endurance ....................................................................................................................475

  • HERMAN, JASON, Chaucer’s Retraction: Examining the Case for Disavowal ....................................................................................................................214

  • KELLY, KATHLEEN COYNE, Anthophilia and the Medieval Ecologies of Grafting ....................................................................................................................131

  • KOWALIK, BARBARA JANINA, The Men and Women Behind the Franklin’s Tale ....................................................................................................................162

  • KRAMER, JOHANNA, Proverbial Wisdom and the Pursuit of Knowledge in the Squire’s Tale .......................................................................................................................68

  • MCGUIRE, RILEY, Romans 15:4 and the Canterbury Tales: A Modest Proposal Concerning Chaucer’s Entente .........................................................................................................232

  • MCKEE, CONOR, Henry Bradshaw’s Rhyme Tests and the Formation of the Chaucer Canon: The Glasgow Romaunt of the Rose and the Tale of Gamelyn ....................................273

  • MEYER-LEE, ROBERT J., The First Riverside Chaucer ......................................................................................................................253

  • NI, YUN, Natural Law and the Parliamentary Election in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Parliament of Fowls ......................................................................................................................303

  • NIXON, JO, Stories Said and Not: Patience and Accommodation in the Clerk’s Tale ......................................................................................................................346

  • PRESCOTT, ANDREW, Who Was Cecily Chaumpaigne? ......................................................................................................................452

  • ROGER, EUAN, Appendix 2. Transcriptions and Translations .......................................................................................................................440

  • ROGER, EUAN, AND ANDREW PRESCOTT, The Archival Iceberg: New Sources for Literary Life-Records .......................................................................................................................498

  • ROGER, EUAN, AND SEBASTIAN SOBECKI, Appendix 1. Chronology of the Known Chaucer–Chaumpaigne Records ....................................................................................438

  • ROGER, EUAN, AND SEBASTIAN SOBECKI, Geoffrey Chaucer, Cecily Chaumpaigne, and the Statute of Laborers: New Records and Old Evidence Reconsidered ....................................407

  • SEAL, SAMANTHA KATZ, Whose Chaucer? On Cecily Caumpaigne, Cancellation, and the English Literary Canon .............................................................................................................484

  • SOBECKI, SEBASTIAN, Appendix 3. Calendar of New Chaucer Life-Records ........................................................................................................................450

  • STALEY, LYNN, “For yet under the yerde was the mayde”: Chaucer in the House of Fiction .........................................................................................................................190