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Publications

  • BOOKS
  • 1 Medieval Studies
  • Religiöse Dichtung im englischen Hochmittelalter. Untersuchung und Edition der Handschrift B.14.39 des Trinity College in Cambridge. Texte u. Unters. zur engl. Phil. 1. München, 1973.
  • “Tractatus de Grammatica”. Eine fälschlich Robert Grosseteste zugeschriebene spekulative Grammatik. Edition und Kommentar. Veröffentlichungen des Grabmann-Institutes 28. München, 1976.
  • (Ed. with Walter Sauer) A Concordance to Six Middle English Tail Rhyme Romances. Frankfurt a. M., 1993.
  • (Ed. with Joseph Harris) Prosimetrum: Crosscultural Perspectives on Narrative in Prose and Verse. Cambridge, 1997.
  • Spielmannsidiom, Dialektmischung und Kunstsprache in der mittelenglischen volkstümlichen Epik. Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Geisteswissenschaften. Vorträge G 383. Paderborn, 2002.
  • Die Anfänge der mittelenglischen weltlichen Lyrik: Text, Musik, Kontext. Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Geisteswissenschaften. Vorträge G 404. Paderborn, 2005.
  • (Ed.) Medieval Oral Litrature. De Gruyter Lexikon. Berlin, 2012 (pb 2016).
  • Musik und Spiritualität im englischen Psalter des spätmittelalterlichen Mystikers Richard Rolle. Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Geisteswissenschaften. Vorträge G 437. Paderborn, 2012.
  • 2 Linguistics
  • Categorial Grammar and Word-Formation: The De-adjectival Abstract Noun in English. Buchreihe der Anglia 22. Tübingen, 1982.
  • Englische Sprachwissenschaft. Eine Bibliographie. Mit einem Anhang von Helmut Gneuss. Grundlagen der Anglistik und Amerikanistik 17. Berlin, 1993.
  • 3 Oral Poetry/Turkic
  • Usbekische Märchen, mit Übersetzung, Glossar und Anmerkungen. Materialia Turcica, Beiheft 1. Bochum, 1978.
  • Türkmenische Märchen, mit Übersetzung, Glossar und Anmerkungen. Materialia Turcica, Beiheft 4. Bochum, 1978.
  • Karakalpakische Märchen, mit Übersetzung, Glossar und Anmerkungen. Materialia Turcica, Beiheft 7. Bochum, 1985.
  • Rawšan. Ein usbekisches mündliches Epos. Asiatische Forschungen 93. Wiesbaden, 1985.
  • Märchen aus Sinkiang. Überlieferungen der Turkvölker Chinas. Märchen der Welt. Köln, 1986.
  • Turkic Oral Epic Poetry. Traditions, Forms, Poetic Structure. The Albert Bates Lord Studies in Oral Tradition 7. New York, 1992. (Turkish translation Ankara, 2002, Russian translation Moscow, 2008, Chinese translation Beijing 2011.)
  • (Ed.) The Oral Epic: Performance and Music. Intercultural Music Studies 12. Berlin, 2000.
  • Singing the Past: Turkic and Medieval Heroic Poetry. Myth and Poetics. Ithaca, NY, 2000.
  • Das usbekische Heldenepos Alpomish: Einführung, Text, Übersetzung. Turcologica 48. Wiesbaden, 2001.
  • Edige. A Karakalpak Oral Epic as Performed by Jumabay Bazarov. FF Communications 293. Helsinki, 2007.
  • Manas in the Version of Jüsüp Mamay. Translated by Karl Reichl. Vol. 1. Xinjiang "Manas" Research Centre Publications 4. Beijing, 2014. 
  • Manas in der Version von Jüsüp Mamay. Übersetzt von Karl Reichl. Bd. 1. Publikationen des Xinjiang "Manas" Forschungszentrums 5. Beijing, 2014.
  • ARTICLES (SELECTIONS)
  • 1 Medieval Studies
  • “An Anglo-Norman Legend of Saint-Margaret (MS. BM Add. 38664)”, Romania 96 (1975): 53-66.
  • “Ein mittelenglisches Marienleben aus der Hs. Add. 4122 der University Library in Cambridge”, Anglia 95 (1977): 313-356.
  • “Zur Frage des irischen Einflusses auf die altenglische weltliche Dichtung”, in Die Iren und Europa im früheren Mittelalter, ed. H. Löwe. 2 vols. Stuttgart, 1982, I, 138-168.
  • “Beowulf, Er Töštük und das Bärensohnmärchen”, in Fragen der mongolischen Heldendichtung. IV, ed. W. Heissig. Asiatischen Forschungen 101. Wiesbaden, 1987, 321-350.
  • “Popular Poetry and Courtly Lyric: The Middle English Pastourelle”, REAL. The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 5 (1987): 33-61.
  • “Philosophy and Language in Chaucer’s ‘Troilus’”, in The European Tragedy of Troilus, ed. P. Boitani. Oxford, 1989, 133-152.
  • “Old English: Formulaic Diction in Old English Epic Poetry”, in Traditions of Heroic and Epic Poetry. II, ed. J. B. Hainsworth. London, 1989, 42-70.
  • “Liebe als Krankheit: Mittelenglische Texte”, in Liebe als Krankheit in der mittelalterlichen Lyrik, ed. T. Stemmler. Mannheim, Tübingen, 1990, 187-219.
  • “The King of Tars: Language and Textual Transmission”, in Studies in The Vernon Manuscript, ed. D. Pearsall. Cambridge, 1990, 171-186.
  • “Griselda and the Patient Wife: The Popular Tradition in Middle English Narrative”, in La storia di Griselda in Europa. Griselda 2, ed. R. Morabito. L’Aquila, 1990, 119-136.
  • “The Middle English Popular Romance: Minstrel versus Hack Writer”, in The Ballad and Oral Literature, ed. J. Harris. Harvard English Studies 17. Cambridge, MA, 1991, 243-268.
  • “‘Imagination’: Chaucer and the Philosophers”, in The Medieval Imagination. L'Imagination Médiévale: Chaucer et ses Contemporains, ed. A. Crépin. Publications de l'Association des Médiévistes Anglicistes de l’Enseignement Supérieur 16. Paris, 1991, 157-176.
  • “Syntax and Style in Sir Isumbras”, in Language and Civilization: A Concerted Profusion of Essays and Studies in Honour of Otto Hietsch, ed. C. Blank, with the assistance of T. Kirschner, D. Gutch & J. Gilbert. Frankfurt, 1992, 183-203.
  • “Old English giedd, Middle English yedding as Genre Terms”, in Words, Texts and Manuscripts: Studies in Anglo-Saxon Culture Presented to Helmut Gneuss on the Occasion of this Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. M. Korhammer, with the assistance of K. Reichl and H. Sauer. Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1992, 349-370.
  • “‘Octavian’ and ‘Kuntuγmïš’: Popular Romance and Dåstån”, in Fragen der mongolischen Heldendichtung. V, ed. W. Heissig. Asiatische Forschungen 120. Wiesbaden, 1992, 305-330.
  • “The Literate Fallacy: Interpreting Medieval Popular Narrative Poetry”, in Interpretation: Medieval and Modern. The J.A.W. Bennett Memorial Lectures, Eighth Series. Perugia, 1992, ed. P. Boitani, A. Torti. Cambridge, 1993, 67-90.
  • “King Horn: ‘Sage’, Romanze, Ballade”, in Text und Zeittiefe, ed. H. L. C. Tristram. ScriptOralia 58. Tübingen, 1994, 487 517.
  • “‘No more ne willi wiked be’: Religious Poetry in a Franciscan Manuscript (Digby 2)”, in Literature and Religion In the Later Middle Ages: Philological Studies in Honor of Siegfried Wenzel, ed. by Richard G. Newhauser and John A. Alford. Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 118. Binghamton, NY, 1995, 297-317.
  • “Satirische und politische Lyrik in der anglo-irischen Kildare-Hand¬schrift (Hs. BL Harley 913)”, in Zeitgeschehen und seine Darstellung im Mittelalter. L’actualité et sa représentation au Moyen Age, ed. Christoph Cormeau. Studium Universale, 20. Bonn, 1995, 173-199.
  • “‘The Charms of Simplicity’: Popular Strains in the Early Middle English Love Lyric”, in Individuality and Achievement in Middle English Poetry, ed. O. S. Pickering. Cambridge, 1997, 39-58.
  • “Debate Verse”, in Studies in the Harley Manuscript. The Scribes, Contents, and Social Contexts of British Library MS Harley 2253. Ed. Susanna Fein. TEAMS. Kalamazoo, 2000, 219-239.
  • “James Ryman’s Lyrics and the Ryman Manuscript: a Reappraisal”, in Bookmarks from the Past: Studies in Early English Language and Literature in Honour of Helmut Gneuss. Ed. Lucia Kornexl & Ursula Lenker. Frankfurt a. M., 2003, 195-227.
  • “Comparative Notes on the Performance of the Middle English Popular Romance”, Western Folklore 62 (2004): 63-81.
  • “Turkic Bard and Medieval Entertainer: What a Living Epic Tradition Can Tell Us About Oral Performances of Narrative in the Middle Ages”, in Performing Medieval Marrative. Ed. Evelyn Birge Vitz, Nancy Freeman Regalado & Marilyn Lawrence. Cambridge, 2005, 167-178.
  • “The Middle English Carol”, in A Companion to the Middle English Lyric. Ed. Thomas G. Duncan. Cambridge, 2005, 150-170.
  • “Heroic Epic Poetry in the Middle Ages”, in The Cambridge Companion to the Epic, ed. Catherine Bates. Cambridge, 2010, 55-75.
  • ""Swutol sang scopes": Field Notes on the Performance of Beowulf ", in 'Beowulf' at Kalamazoo: Essays on Translation and Performance. Ed. Jana K. Schulman and Paul E. Szarmach. Studies in Medieval Culture 50. Kalamazoo, MI, 2012, 253-275. (With musical examples on CD)
  • "The Oral and the Written: Aspects of Oral Composition, Performance, and Reception", in A Companion to British Literature. I. Medieval Literature 700-1450. Ed. R. Demaria, Jr., H. Chang, S. Zacher. Oxford, 2014, 1-15.
  • "Hero and Leander: Medieval and Folkloristic Variations on a Classical Theme", in Dall'Antico al Moderno. Imagini del Classico nelle Litterature Europee. Ed. Piero Boitani, Emilia di Rocco. Storia e Litteratura 293. Rom, 2015. 87-119.
  • 2 Linguistics
  • “Zur syntaktischen Interferenz im Mittelenglischen”, in Sprachtheorie und angewandte Linguistik. Festschrift für Alfred Wollmann zum 60. Geburtstag, ed. W. Welte. Tübingen, 1982, 221-234.
  • “Derivational Patterns in Languages with a ‘Mixed’ Lexicon”, Orbis 30 (1981 [1983]): 22-40.
  • “Syntactic Interference in Afghan Uzbek”, Anthropos 78 (1983): 481-500.
  • “Indirect Objects as Subjects”, in Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Congress of Linguists. Berlin/GDR, August 10-August 15, 1987, ed. W. Wahner, J. Schuldt, D. Viehweger. 3 vols. Berlin, 1990, II, 1435-1437.
  • “Uzbek - Indigenous Grammar under the Impact of Arabic Lexicographers, Persian Poets, and Russian Schoolmasters”, in Indigenous Grammar Across Cultures. Ed. H. Kniffka. Frankfurt a. M., 2001. 435-454.
  • "Das Altenglische - Genese und Struktur", in Altertumskunde - Altertumswissenschaft - Kulturwissenschaft: Erträge und Perspektiven nach 40 Jahren Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde. Ed. Heinrich Beck, Dieter Geuenich, Heiko Steuer. RGA-E-Bd. 77. Berlin, 2012, 459-513.
  • 3 Oral Poetry/Turkic
  • “Oral Tradition and Performance of the Uzbek and Karakalpak Epic Singers”, in Fragen der mongolischen Heldendichtung. III, ed. W. Heissig. Asiatische Forschungen 91. Wiesbaden, 1985, 613-643.
  • “Ein kirgisischen Märchen aus Xinjiang”, Materialia Turcica 10 (1984 [1985]): 95-114.
  • “Uzbek Epic Poetry: Tradition and Poetic Diction”, in Traditions of Heroic and Epic Poetry. II, ed. J. B. Hainsworth. London, 1989, 94-120.
  • “Formulaic Diction in Kazakh Epic Poetry”, Oral Tradition 4 (1989): 360-381.
  • (with Geng Shimin), “Uigurische Vierzeiler aus Kuchar”, Materialia Turcica 15 (1989) [1991]: 55-87.
  • “Lyric Genres in Turkic Oral Epic Poetry”, in Oral Tradition and Innovation: New Wine in Old Bottles?, ed. E. R. Sienaert, A. N. Bell, M. Lewis. Durban, 1991, 216-227.
  • “Parallelism in South Slav and Turkic Epic Poetry: Towards a Poetics of Formulaic Diction”, in The Uses of Tradition: A Comparative Enquiry into the Nature, Uses and Functions of Oral Poetry in the Balkans, the Baltic, and Africa, ed. M. Branch, C. Hawkesworth. London, Helsinki, 1994, 135-150.
  • “Epensänger und Epentraditionen bei den Karakalpaken”, in Kulturelle Perspektiven auf Schrift und Schreibprozesse. Elf Aufsätze zum Thema ‘Mündlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit’, ed. Wolfgang Raible. ScriptOralia 72. Tübingen, 1995, 163-186.
  • “Variation and Stability in the Transmission of Manas”, in Bozkırdan Bağımsızlığa Manas, ed. Emine Görsoy-Naskali. Ankara, 1995, 32-47.
  • “Epos als Ereignis: Bemerkungen zum Vortrag der zentralasiatischen Turkepen”, in Formen und Funktonen mündlicher Tradition. Vorträge eines Akademiesymposiums in Bonn, Juli 1993, ed. Walther Heissig. Abhandlungen der Nordrhein-Westfälischen Akademie der Wissen-schaften 95. Opladen, 1995, 156-182.
  • “The Mixture of Verse and Prose in Turkic Oral Epic Poetry”, in Prosimetrum: Crosscultural Perspectives on Narrative in Prose and Verse, ed. Joseph Harris & Karl Reichl. Cambridge, 1997, 321-348.
  • “The Performance of the Karakalpak Zhyrau”, in The Oral Epic: Performance and Music, ed. K. Reichl. Intercultural Music Studies 12. Berlin, 2000, 129-150.
  • “Silencing the Voice of the Singer: Problems and Strategies in the Editing of Turkic Oral Epics”, in Textualization of Oral Epics. Ed. Lauri Honko. Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs 128. Berlin, 2000, 103-127.
  • “Medieval Perspectives on Turkic Oral Epic Poetry”, in Inclinate Aurem: Oral Perspectives on Early European Verbal Culture. A Symposium. Ed. Jan Helldén, Minna Skafte Jensen, Thomas Pettitt. Odense, 2001, 211-254.
  • “L’épopée orale turque d’Asie centrale. Inspiration religieuse et interprétation séculière”, Études mongoles et sibériennes 32 (2001) [2002]: 5-162.
  • “Hero and Saint: Islamic Elements in Uighur Oral Epics”, Journal of the History of Sufism 3 (2001): 7-24.
  • “Genealogy and Heroic Conduct: Turkic Oral Epics and the Meaning of Heroic Poetry”, in The Kalevala and the World’s Traditional Epics. Ed. Lauri Honko. Studia Fennica Folkloristica 12. Helsinki, 2002, 245-266.
  • “The Search for Meaning: Ritual Aspects of the Performance of Epic”, Journal of Historical Pragmatics 4 (2003): 240-267.
  • “Turkic Oral Epic Poetry.” in The Turkic Speaking Peoples. 2,000 Years of Art and Culture from Inner Asia to the Balkans, ed. Ergun Çagatay & Doğan Kuban. München, 2006, 54-67.
  • “Karakalpak Destanları: Gelenek, Destancılar ve Destan Anlatımı”, Türkbilig 15 (2008): 64-77.
  • “Orality and Performance”, in A Companion to Medieval Popular Romance. Ed. Raluca L. Radulescu and Cory James Rushton. Cambridge, 2009, 132-149.
  • “The Performance of the Karakalpak Zhyrau”, in Muzyka tjurskogo mira. Materialy pervogo meždunarodnogo simpoziuma Almaty, 3-8 masjy 1994. Ed. B. Karakulov & Saule Utegalieva. Alma-Ata, 2009, 62-73.
  • "Vom Schamanen zum Spielmann: Der musikalische Vortrag der usbekischen und karakalpakischen Epensänger", in Musik im Orient. Zwischen Maqâm und Epengesang. Ed. Hendrik Boeschoten, Reinhard Wiesend. Mainz, 2012, 225-264.
  • "The Varieties of Formulaic Diction in Turkic Oral Epics", Balcanica 44 (2013): 79-91.
  • "Memory and Textuality in the Oral-Literacy Continuum", in Orality and Textuality in the Iranian World: Patterns of Interaction Across the Centries. Ed, Julia Rubanovich. Leiden, 2015. 19-42.
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