"Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
Bailey, L. K. (2016). Religious Worlds of the Laity in Late Antique Gaul (1st). Bloomsbury Publishing. Related URL.
Bailey, L. K. (2012). The strange case of the portable altar: Liturgy and the limits of episcopal authority in early medieval Gaul. Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association, 8, 31-51. Related URL.
Bailey, L. K. (2012). Within and without: lay people and the Church in Gregory of Tours' miracle stories. Journal of Late Antiquity, 5 (1), 119-144. 10.1353/jla.2012.0006
Bailey, L. K. (2010). Christianity's Quiet Success: The Eusebius Gallicanus Sermon Collection and the Power of the Church in Late Antique Gaul. Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press. Pages: 278.
Bailey, L., Diggelmann, L., & Phillips, K. M. (2009). Old worlds, New worlds: European Cultural Encounters. Turnhout: Brepols Pub. Pages: 217.
Bailey, L. K. (2009). ""Our own most severe judges"": the power of penance in the Eusebius Gallicanus sermons. In A. Cain, N. Lenski (Eds.) The Power of Religion in Late Antiquity (pp. 201-211). Surrey: Ashgate.
Lisa Bailey, L. (2008). 'No use crying over spilt milk': the challenge of preaching God's justice in fifth- and sixth-century Gaul. Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association, 4, 19-31.
Lisa Bailey (2007). These are not men: sex and drink in the sermons of Caesarius of Arles. Journal of Early Christian Studies, 15 (1), 23-43. 10.1353/earl.2007.0011
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