Lisa Lampert-Weissig



Gender and Jewish Difference from Paul to Shakespeare. University of Pennsylvania Press,
            Middle Ages Series, March 2004.

Medieval Literature and Postcolonial Studies. University of Edinburgh Press, 2010.


“‘O My Daughter’: the schöne Jüdin and the neuer Jude in Hermann Sinsheimer’s Maria Nunnez,” The German Quarterly 71.3 (Summer 1998): 254-270.

The Once and Future Jew: Little Robert of Bury, Historical Memory and the Croxton Play of the Sacrament,Jewish History 15.3 (2001): 235-255.

Race, Periodicity, and the (Neo-) Middle Ages,” Modern Language Quarterly 65.3 (September 2004):     391-421.

Why is the Knight Different from all other Knights?”: Anti-Semitism and the Old French Grail Romances,” JEGP (April 2007): 225-242.

"A Latter Day Eve: Reading Twilight though Paradise Lost." The Journal of Religion and Popular Culture          23:3 (2011): 330-341.

Mormon Female Gothic: Blood, Birth and the Twilight Saga.” The Journal of Dracula Studies 13 (2011).

Left Behind, the Holocaust, and that Old Time Antisemitism.” The Journal of Popular Culture 45 (2012):  497-515.

"The Vampire as Dark and Glorious Necessity in George Sylvester Viereck's House of the Vampire and Hanns Heinz Ewers' Vampir." Open Graves, Open Minds: Representations of Vampires from the Enlightenment to the Present Day, eds. Samantha George and Bill Hughes, Manchester University Press, 2013: 79-95.

"Taking Dracula's Pulse: Historicizing the Vampire." The Vampire Goes to College: Essays on Teaching with the Undead, ed. Lisa Nevarez, McFarland, 2013: 32-44.

"The Uncanny Human Condition in Being Human." Race and Vampire Narrative: Darker than the Night, ed. U. Melissa Anyiwo, Sense Publications, 2015: 65-80.

"The Wandering Jew as Relic." English Language Notes 53.2 (2015): 83-96.

The Pardoner and the Jews.”  Exemplaria 28.4 (2016): 337-360.

The Transnational Wandering Jew and the Medieval English Nation.” Literature Compass 13 (2016):  771–783.

The Time of the Wandering Jew in the De Brailes Hours and the Chronica Majora,” Philological Quarterly 96.2 (2017): 171-202.

You had to have been there”: The Importance of Place in Teaching Jewish History and Literature.” Jews in Medieval England: Teaching Representations of the 'Other,’ eds. Tison Pugh and Miriamne Krummel, Palgrave/Macmillan, 2017, 245-262.

Blood and Soil in The Vampire Diaries,” Aeturnum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies 5.1 (June 2018): 43-59.

Public Scholarship

“The Vanished Stumbling Stones of Villingen,” Tablet, June 3, 2015.

Le Grand Rôle,” AJS Perspectives, Spring 2015.
“Perspectives on Open Access,” Faculty File, Geisel Library, Fall 2012.