Professor Graham Caie

  • Honorary Professorial Research Fellow (English Language and Linguistics)
  • Honorary Library Research Fellow (Library)

telephone: 01413308744/3292
email: Graham.Caie@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Professor Caie was appointed Clerk of Senate and Vice Principal in 2008, but remained the appointed Professor of English Language, a post he had held since 1990 after having been 18 years in the University of Copenhagen.  His is a Professorial Research Fellow.  His research interests include Old and Middle English language and literature, the history of the English language, Scots language, interdisciplinary medieval studies, medieval drama, literacy, codicology and editing.He initiated the Middle English Manuscript Digitisation project, which aims at preparing digitised images, accompanied by transcriptions, of Glasgow University Library’s Hunterian Collection of Middle English manuscripts, and completed the digitisation of the unique manuscript of the Chaucerian Romaunt of the Rose (http://www.memss.arts.gla.ac.uk/)

Publications include The Judgement Day Theme in Old English Poetry (1976), A Bibliography of MS Junius XI (1979), The Old English Judgement Day II: A Critical Edition with editions of Bede's De die iudicii and the Hatton 113 Homily Be Domes Dæge (2000) and books on Chaucer and Beowulf, as well as numerous book chapters and articles on Old and Middle English, glosses, language and cultural identity, medieval art and drama, and Arthurian literature. In progress is an edition of The Man of Law's Tale for the Variorum Chaucer Project and a book with Denis Renevey entitled Medieval Texts in Manuscript Context.

Professor Caie serves on numerous national and international bodies. He was a member of the English Panel of the Arts and Humanities Research Council and has twice served on the English panel of the UK-wide Research Assessment Exercise. He is Vice President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and has been a member of the Literature Committee of the Scottish Arts Council, served as the UK representative on the Erasmus, Socrates and Lingua advisory group, as well as the English Subject centre (LTSN) advisory board. For many years he has served as a Trustee of the National Library of Scotland, Secretary of the European Society for the Study of English, Vice-President of the Scottish Text Society, member of Council of the Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue and on the Board of the Scottish Language Dictionaries.He is Deputy Chairman of the National Library of Scotland. Between 1968-9 he was Lead assessor for English for Teaching Quality Assessment in Scotland and for many years was the Convenor of the Scottish Language Resource Centre. He has chaired research and teaching assessment panels in Finland, Greece, the Netherlands and Denmark and is a Fellow of the Japan Society for Medieval English Language and Literature

In 1999 he was elected a Founding Fellow of the English Association and in 2004 a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and is also FRSA and FFICS.

Professor Caie chaired the University Library Committee, Amenities Committee, Chapel Committee, was Senate Assessor on Court (1998-2002) and was the Founding Head of SESLL.

 


Publications

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2011

Caie, G. (2011) The relationship between MS Glasgow, Hunter 409 and the 1532 edition of Chaucer’s works by William Thynne. In: Pahta, P. and Jucker, A. (eds.) Communicating Early English Manuscripts. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 149-161. ISBN 9780521193290

Caie, G. (2011) A case of double vision: Denmark in Beowulf and Beowulf in Denmark. In: Matsushita, T., Schmidt, A.V.C. and Wallace, D. (eds.) From Beowulf to Caxton: Studies in Medieval Languages and Literature, Texts and Manuscripts. Series: Studies in historical linguistics (7). Peter Lang: Oxford, UK, pp. 9-28. ISBN 9783034301046

2010

Caie, G. (2010) Chaucer and the Bible. In: Phillips, H. (ed.) Chaucer and Religion. Series: Christianity and culture (4). Boydell and Brewer: Cambridge, UK, pp. 24-34. ISBN 9781843842293

Caie, G. (2010) The Hunterian collection at the University of Glasgow. In: Diaz Vera, J.E. and Caballero, R. (eds.) Textual Healing: Studies in Medieval English Medical, Scientific and Technical Texts. Series: Linguistic insights (101). Peter Lang: Bern, Switzerland, pp. 29-34. ISBN 9783039118229

2009

Caie, G. (2009) Chaucer's 'man of law's tale': a case of medieval pathos or just pathetic? In: Watanabe, S. and Yukiteru, H. (eds.) English Philology and Corpus Studies: A Festschrift in Honour of Mitsunori Imai to Celebrate His Seventieth Birthday. Shohakusha Publishing: Tokyo, pp. 23-39. ISBN 9784775401576

Caie, G.D. (2009) Scholarship and research: is there a difference? In: Green, J.M.E. and Bramwell, E.S. (eds.) Academia: The World from Within. eSharp: Glasgow, UK, pp. 36-42.

2008

Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (Eds.) (2008) Medieval Texts in Context. Series: Context and genre in English literature. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415360258

Caie, G.D. (2008) Ealdgesagena worn: What the Old English Beowulf tells us about oral forms. In: Mundal, E. and Wellendorf, J. (eds.) Oral Art Forms and their Passage into Writing. Museum Tusculanum Press: Copenhagen, pp. 109-120. ISBN 109763505045

Caie, G.D. (2008) The manuscript experience: what medieval vernacular manuscripts tell us about authors and texts. In: Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (eds.) Medieval Texts in Context. Series: Context and genre in English literature. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 15-42. ISBN 9780415360258

Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (2008) Introduction. In: Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (eds.) Medieval Texts in Context. Series: Context and genre in English literature. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780415360258

2007

Caie, G.D. (2007) The Scots language then and now. In: Sevaldsen, J. and Rahbek Rasmussen, J. (eds.) The State of the Union: Scotland, 1707-2007. Series: Angles on the English-speaking world (7). Museum Tusculanum Press: Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 109-116. ISBN 9788763507028

Caie, G.D. (2007) A personal view of the research assessment exercise. In: Soule, D.P.J., Whiteley, L. and McIntosh, S. (eds.) Writing for Scholarly Journals: Publication in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. eSharp: Glasgow, UK, pp. 43-50. ISBN 9780852618271

2006

Caie, G.D., Hough, C. and Wotherspoon, I. (Eds.) (2006) The Power of Words: Essays in Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics in Honour of Christian J. Kay. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789042021211

Caie, G.D. (2006) Bringing the John Murray archive to the National Library of Scotland. Byron Journal, 34(1), pp. 49-55.

Caie, G.D. (2006) Introduction. In: Caie, G.D., Hough, C. and Wotherspoon, I. (eds.) The Power of Words: Essays in Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics in Honour of Christian J. Kay. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, ix-xi. ISBN 9789042021211

Caie, G.D. (2006) "Oh what a lovely plague": the effect of the black death on high and low cultures in the English middle ages. Ranam: Recherches Anglaise et Nord-Américaines, 39, pp. 21-31.

2004

Caie, G.D. (2004) Codicological clues: reading Old English Christian poetry in its manuscript context. In: Cavill, P. (ed.) The Christian tradition in Anglo-Saxon England. D.S. Brewer, pp. 3-14. ISBN 0859918416

Caie, G.D. (2004) I do not wish to be called auctor, but the pore compilatour: the plight of the medieval vernacular poet. Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 29, pp. 9-21.

Caie, G.D. (2004) Lay Literacy and the Medieval Bible. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 3(1), pp. 125-144.

2003

Caie, G.D. (2003) "I tuik ane quair" - Henryson as auctor. In: The Flouer o Makarheid :Papers from the Eighth and Ninth Annual Conferences of the Robert Henryson Society, Dunfermline, Scotland, pp. 1-14. ISBN 0953996913

Caie, G.D. (2003) 'New Corn from Old Fields': the auctor and compilator in fourteenth-century English literature. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 47, pp. 59-71.

2002

Caie, G., (2002) Glosynge is a glorious thing: Chaucer's rhetoric, manuscripts and readers. Hiroshima Studies in English Language and Literature, 46, pp. 1-12.

Caie, G.D. (2002) The Bologna declaration: does it concern UK universities? English Subject Centre Newsletter, 3, pp. 16-19.

2001

Caie, G.D. (Ed.) (2001) The European Sun: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Language and Literature, University of Strathclyde, 1993. Tuckwell Press: East Linton, UK. ISBN 9781898410973

Caie, G.D. (2001) Beowulf - dinosaur, monster or visionary poem? European English Messenger, 10(2), pp. 68-70.

Caie, G.D. (2001) European dimension of English studies. Anglistik, 12(1), pp. 30-36.

Caie, G.D. (2001) 'Glosyinge Is a Glorious Thyng': Chaucer's Rhetoric, Manuscripts and Readers. Hiroshima Studies in English Language and Literature, 46, pp. 1-12.

Caie, G.D. (2001) Professor caught down drain with love poem. European English Messenger, 10(1), pp. 57-59.

Caie, G.D. (2001) A case of double vision: Denmark in Beowulf and Beowulf in England. Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature, 16, pp. 21-36.

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Number of items: 29.

Articles

Caie, G.D. (2006) Bringing the John Murray archive to the National Library of Scotland. Byron Journal, 34(1), pp. 49-55.

Caie, G.D. (2006) "Oh what a lovely plague": the effect of the black death on high and low cultures in the English middle ages. Ranam: Recherches Anglaise et Nord-Américaines, 39, pp. 21-31.

Caie, G.D. (2004) I do not wish to be called auctor, but the pore compilatour: the plight of the medieval vernacular poet. Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies, 29, pp. 9-21.

Caie, G.D. (2004) Lay Literacy and the Medieval Bible. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 3(1), pp. 125-144.

Caie, G.D. (2003) 'New Corn from Old Fields': the auctor and compilator in fourteenth-century English literature. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 47, pp. 59-71.

Caie, G., (2002) Glosynge is a glorious thing: Chaucer's rhetoric, manuscripts and readers. Hiroshima Studies in English Language and Literature, 46, pp. 1-12.

Caie, G.D. (2002) The Bologna declaration: does it concern UK universities? English Subject Centre Newsletter, 3, pp. 16-19.

Caie, G.D. (2001) Beowulf - dinosaur, monster or visionary poem? European English Messenger, 10(2), pp. 68-70.

Caie, G.D. (2001) European dimension of English studies. Anglistik, 12(1), pp. 30-36.

Caie, G.D. (2001) 'Glosyinge Is a Glorious Thyng': Chaucer's Rhetoric, Manuscripts and Readers. Hiroshima Studies in English Language and Literature, 46, pp. 1-12.

Caie, G.D. (2001) Professor caught down drain with love poem. European English Messenger, 10(1), pp. 57-59.

Caie, G.D. (2001) A case of double vision: Denmark in Beowulf and Beowulf in England. Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature, 16, pp. 21-36.

Book Sections

Caie, G. (2011) The relationship between MS Glasgow, Hunter 409 and the 1532 edition of Chaucer’s works by William Thynne. In: Pahta, P. and Jucker, A. (eds.) Communicating Early English Manuscripts. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 149-161. ISBN 9780521193290

Caie, G. (2011) A case of double vision: Denmark in Beowulf and Beowulf in Denmark. In: Matsushita, T., Schmidt, A.V.C. and Wallace, D. (eds.) From Beowulf to Caxton: Studies in Medieval Languages and Literature, Texts and Manuscripts. Series: Studies in historical linguistics (7). Peter Lang: Oxford, UK, pp. 9-28. ISBN 9783034301046

Caie, G. (2010) Chaucer and the Bible. In: Phillips, H. (ed.) Chaucer and Religion. Series: Christianity and culture (4). Boydell and Brewer: Cambridge, UK, pp. 24-34. ISBN 9781843842293

Caie, G. (2010) The Hunterian collection at the University of Glasgow. In: Diaz Vera, J.E. and Caballero, R. (eds.) Textual Healing: Studies in Medieval English Medical, Scientific and Technical Texts. Series: Linguistic insights (101). Peter Lang: Bern, Switzerland, pp. 29-34. ISBN 9783039118229

Caie, G. (2009) Chaucer's 'man of law's tale': a case of medieval pathos or just pathetic? In: Watanabe, S. and Yukiteru, H. (eds.) English Philology and Corpus Studies: A Festschrift in Honour of Mitsunori Imai to Celebrate His Seventieth Birthday. Shohakusha Publishing: Tokyo, pp. 23-39. ISBN 9784775401576

Caie, G.D. (2009) Scholarship and research: is there a difference? In: Green, J.M.E. and Bramwell, E.S. (eds.) Academia: The World from Within. eSharp: Glasgow, UK, pp. 36-42.

Caie, G.D. (2008) Ealdgesagena worn: What the Old English Beowulf tells us about oral forms. In: Mundal, E. and Wellendorf, J. (eds.) Oral Art Forms and their Passage into Writing. Museum Tusculanum Press: Copenhagen, pp. 109-120. ISBN 109763505045

Caie, G.D. (2008) The manuscript experience: what medieval vernacular manuscripts tell us about authors and texts. In: Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (eds.) Medieval Texts in Context. Series: Context and genre in English literature. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 15-42. ISBN 9780415360258

Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (2008) Introduction. In: Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (eds.) Medieval Texts in Context. Series: Context and genre in English literature. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780415360258

Caie, G.D. (2007) The Scots language then and now. In: Sevaldsen, J. and Rahbek Rasmussen, J. (eds.) The State of the Union: Scotland, 1707-2007. Series: Angles on the English-speaking world (7). Museum Tusculanum Press: Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 109-116. ISBN 9788763507028

Caie, G.D. (2007) A personal view of the research assessment exercise. In: Soule, D.P.J., Whiteley, L. and McIntosh, S. (eds.) Writing for Scholarly Journals: Publication in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. eSharp: Glasgow, UK, pp. 43-50. ISBN 9780852618271

Caie, G.D. (2006) Introduction. In: Caie, G.D., Hough, C. and Wotherspoon, I. (eds.) The Power of Words: Essays in Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics in Honour of Christian J. Kay. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, ix-xi. ISBN 9789042021211

Caie, G.D. (2004) Codicological clues: reading Old English Christian poetry in its manuscript context. In: Cavill, P. (ed.) The Christian tradition in Anglo-Saxon England. D.S. Brewer, pp. 3-14. ISBN 0859918416

Edited Books

Caie, G.D. and Renevey, D. (Eds.) (2008) Medieval Texts in Context. Series: Context and genre in English literature. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415360258

Caie, G.D., Hough, C. and Wotherspoon, I. (Eds.) (2006) The Power of Words: Essays in Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics in Honour of Christian J. Kay. Rodopi: Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 9789042021211

Caie, G.D. (Ed.) (2001) The European Sun: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Language and Literature, University of Strathclyde, 1993. Tuckwell Press: East Linton, UK. ISBN 9781898410973

Conference Proceedings

Caie, G.D. (2003) "I tuik ane quair" - Henryson as auctor. In: The Flouer o Makarheid :Papers from the Eighth and Ninth Annual Conferences of the Robert Henryson Society, Dunfermline, Scotland, pp. 1-14. ISBN 0953996913

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