Stevenson (Jane)

Stevenson (Jane): Ascent through the heavens, from Egypt to Ireland.
In CMCS 5 (Summer, 1983), pp. 21–35.
The apocryphon of seven heavens described in Latin, Old English and Irish texts (incl. Fís Adamnáin) is traced back to fourth-century Egypt.
Stevenson (Jane), Warren (Frederick Edward), Chadwick (Henry) (forw. auth.): The liturgy and ritual of the Celtic Church / F. E. Warren; second edition by Jane Stevenson, with a foreword by [...] Henry Chadwick.
SCH, 9. Woodbridge: Boydell, 1987. cxxviii + xix + 291 pp. (Studies in Celtic history, 9).
First publ. 1881. Photographic reproduction of original edition, preceded by a new Introduction and Bibliography by J.S.

Rev. by
Milton McC. Gatch, in Church History 60/1 (Mar., 1991), pp. 151-152.
Patrick P. Ó Néill, in Speculum 65/1 (Jan., 1990), pp. 240-242.
Clare Stancliffe, in CMCS 19 (Summer, 1990), pp. 76-78.
Stevenson (Jane): The beginnings of literacy in Ireland.
In PRIA-C 89 (1989), pp. 127–165.
Stevenson (Jane): Literacy in Ireland: the evidence of the Patrick dossier in the Book of Armagh.
Stevenson (Jane): Rubisca, Hiberno-Latin and the hermeneutic tradition.
In NMS 36 (1992), pp. 15–41.
Stevenson (Jane): Literacy and orality in early medieval Ireland.
Stevenson (Jane): Irish hymns, Venantius Fortunatus and Poitiers.
In Aquitaine and Ireland in the Middle Ages (1995), pp. 81–110.
On the adoption and use in Irish liturgy of hymns of Gallican origin.
Stevenson (Jane): Hiberno-Latin hymns: learning and literature.
In Bildung und Literatur (1996), pp. 99–135.
Stevenson (Jane Barbara): The monastic rules of Columbanus.
In Latin writings of Columbanus (1997), pp. 203–216.
Stevenson (Jane): Altus prosator.
In Celtica 23 (1999), pp. 326–368.
Argues that Altus prosator was not composed by St. Columba in the sixth century, but rather is a Hiberno-Latin hymn composed between 650 and 700 ad.
Stevenson (Jane): The Irish contribution to Anglo-Latin hermeneutic prose.
In Ogma [Fs. Ní Chatháin] (2002), pp. 268–282.