From the 16th through the 20th Century

In mid-1995, with an eventual bibliography (or prosopography?) and the support of some current collaborative projects in mind, I began putting my various notes of secondary studies and notices of Anglo-Saxon scholars and scholarship into some kind of ord er on my computer. Although this material won't be nearly complete for quite some time yet, I thought it might be useful to make it available to Anglo-Saxonist colleagues while I'm at work on it. There are still some gaps and dead ends in the links belo w.

So far I've been recording entries chiefly on the basis of titles or references most readily at hand. Later I'll proceed more systematically. Reports of omissions would be premature now, but I'd be grateful for notices of errors or other problems.

Carl T. Berkhout
Department of English
University of Arizona