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2020 journal article
How to get your goat: automated identification of species from MALDI-ToF spectra
BIOINFORMATICS, 36(12), 3719–3725.
By: S. Hickinbotham, S. Fiddyment, T. Stinson & M. Collins
2016 journal article
(In)completeness in Middle English literature The Case of the Cook's Tale and the Tale of Gamelyn
Manuscript Studies-A Journal of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, 1(1), 115–134.
By: T. Stinson
A facsimile of the Vernon Manuscript: Oxford, Bodleian Library MS. Eng. Poet. A. 1
[Review of ]. Speculum, 91(1), 252–254.
An introduction to the "Glossa ordinaria" as Medieval hypertext
[Review of ]. Speculum, 88(4), 1160–1161.
2012 journal article
Illumination and interpretation: The depiction and reception of faus semblant in Roman de la rose manuscripts
Speculum, 87(2), 469–498.
2010 journal article
From Papyrus to Hypertext: Toward the Universal Digital Library,by Vandendorpe, C
The Communication Review, 13(3), 239–242.
The knightly tale of Golagros and Gawane
[Review of ]. Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 109(4), 544–545.
Jerusalem in medieval narrative
[Review of ]. Church History, 78(4), 894–896.
2009 journal article
Knowledge of the flesh: Using DNA analysis to unlock bibliographical secrets of medieval parchment
Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 103(4), 435–453.
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