Louise Elizabeth Wilson


I found my chapter in the Huntington library!

 
 
Monograph

  • Living with Demons: Magic and Medicine in Medieval England (forthcoming)

  • Edited Collections
  • Witchcraft and Counter Witchcraft in Medieval, Early Modern and Modern Europe: Archaeological and Historical Approaches, edited by Debora Moretti and Louise E. Wilson (forthcoming)
  • Contextualizing Miracles in the Christian West, 1100 - 1500, edited by Mathew Mesley and Louise E. Wilson (Oxford, Medium Aevum, 2014)

  • Published Chapters
  • 'Contra demones: witchcraft, magic and demons in medieval medical manuscripts', in Witchcraft and Counter Witchcraft in Medieval, Early Modern and Modern Europe: Archaeological and Historical Approaches, edited by Debora Moretti and Louise E. Wilson (forthcoming)
  • 'Writing miracle collections', in Reading Medieval Sources: Miracle Collections, edited by Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, Jenni Kuuliala and Iona McCleery (Leiden, Brill, forthcoming in 2019)
  • 'Medieval miracle accounts: medical treatment and physical therapy', in Dis/ability History der Vormoderne, Ein Handbuch / Premodern Dis/ability History. A Companion, edited by Cordula Nolte, Bianca Frohne, Uta Halle, Sonja Kerth (Affalterbach, Didymos, 2017), pp. 336-37
  • 'Conceptions of the miraculous: natural philosophy and medical knowledge in the thirteenth-century miracula of St Edmund of Abingdon', in Contextualizing Miracles in the Christian West, 1100-1600, edited by Matthew Mesley and Louise Elizabeth Wilson (Oxford, Medium Aevum, 2014), pp. 99-125
  • 'Miracle and medicine: conceptions of medical knowledge and practice in thirteenth-century miracle accounts' in Wounds in the Middle Ages, edited by Cordelia Warr and Anne Kirkham (Fornham, Ashgate, 2014), pp. 63-86
  • 'Hagiographical Interpretations of Disability in the Twelfth-Century Miracula of St Frideswide of 
Oxfordʼ, in The Treatment of Disabled Persons in Medieval Europe: Examining Disability in the Historical, Legal, Literary, Medical, and Religious Discourses, edited by Wendy J. Turner and Tory Vandeventer Pearman (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen, 2011), pp. 135-165