Publications

Books

Y. Plumley, G. Di Bacco, and S. Jossa, eds., Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Vol 1: Text, Music and Image from Machaut to Ariosto (University of Exeter Press, 2011)

G. Di Bacco and Y. Plumley, eds., Citation, Intertextuality and Memory in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Vol 2: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Medieval Culture (University of Exeter Press, 2013)

Y. Plumley, The Art of Grafted Song: Citation and Allusion in the Age of Machaut (2013)

Articles and Book Chapters

Y. Plumley, 'Citation, allusion et portrait du Prince: peinture, parole, et musique', in V. Fasseur, ed., Froissart à la cour de Béarn: l'écrivain, les arts et le pouvoir (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009)

G. Di Bacco, ‘Original and Borrowed, Authorship and Authority. Remarks on the Circulation of Philipoctus de Caserta’s Theoretical Legacy’, in Y. Plumley and A. Stone, eds., A Late Medieval Songbook and its Context: New Perspectives on Codex Bibliothéque du Château de Chantilly, 564 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010)

Y. Plumley, 'Whose Voice is it Anyway? Songs within Songs in the Age of Machaut', in K. Brownlee and E. Dillon, eds., Etymologies of Medieval Song (Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming)

Y. Plumley, 'Self-Citation and Compositional Process in  Guillaume de Machaut’s Lyrics with and without Music: The Case of Dame, se vous n’avez aperceü (Rondeau 13)', in J. Bain and D. McGrady, eds., A Companion to Guillaume de Machaut ­ An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Master (Brill, 2012)

Y. Plumley and U. Smilansky, ‘Béarn’, in D. Wallace, ed., Regeneration. A Literary History of Europe, 1348-1418 (Oxford University Press, forthcoming in 2014)

Conference Papers

Y. Plumley, ‘Whose Voice is it Anyway? Songs within Songs in the Age of Machaut’ (International conference, Etymologies of Medieval Song, University of Pennsylvania, February 2008)

Y. Plumley, ‘Machaut meets his Mates: Masculine Rivalries and Poetic Exchange in the Voir Dit and Loange des Dames’ (Plainsong and Medieval Music Society conference, Bristol University, April 2008)

Y. Plumley, ‘Citational Practices in the 1320-50s: Machaut's Contemporaries and the Emergence of the Ars Nova song' (part of a session organised by Y. Plumley and G. Di Bacco on Citation and Allusion in Music and Text in 14th-Century Songs, Leeds International Medieval Congress, July 2008)

G. Di Bacco, ‘A Text-Archive of 14th-Century French Lyrics and Its Application to the Study of Citational Practices’ (part of a session organised by Y. Plumley and G. Di Bacco on Citation and Allusion in Music and Text in 14th-Century Songs, Leeds International Medieval Congress, July 2008)

T. Rose-Steel, ‘From the Horse's mouth: The Use of Citation and the Vernacular in the Motets of the Roman de Fauvel', (London Medieval Society April 2009)

T. Rose-Steel, ‘From the Horse's mouth: The Use of Citation and the Vernacular in the Motets of the Roman de Fauvel', (International Medieval Congress, May 2009) 

Y. Plumley, ‘Reading the Loange des Dames: Self-Citation and Machaut’s Lyric Process' (International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, May 2009)

Y. Plumley, ‘The Art of Citation: Tracing Hidden Voices in Late Medieval Song' (Early Book Society, plenary lecture, Exeter, July 2009)

G. Stringer, 'Workflow, Responsibility and Quality Control for Digital Editions: A Case Study' (Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts conference, Belfast, September 2009)

Y. Plumley and G. Di Bacco, ‘The Exeter Citation Project’ (workshop organised by Ardis Butterfield and Helen Deeming as part of The Medieval Song Network, September 2010)