- Medieval women writers
- Manuscript study
- Arthurian literature
- History of the English language
- Old and Middle English literature
- Middle English literature
- Advice literature and exemplary literature
- Writings for and about women
- Literary exchanges between England and Europe
- Manuscript reception and transmission
Schieberle, Misty. "The Lytle Bibell of Knyghthod, Christine de Pizan's Epistre Othea, and the Problem with Authorial Manuscripts." Journal of English and Germanic Philology Forthcoming.
Schieberle, Misty. "." Rev. of Christine de Pizan: The Book of the Mutability of Fortune, Author/Editor of Material Reviewed. The Medieval Review (2017).
Schieberle, Misty. "Mirrors for Princes (3,000 words)." Encyclopedia of Medieval British Literature, ed. Sian Echard and Robert Rouse (Wiley-Blackwell), pp. 1369-72. 2017.
Schieberle, Misty. Gendering Death in Middle English Translations of the Epistre Othea
. April 2017. https://arc-humanities.org/blog/2017/04/22/gendering-death-in-middle-english-translations-of-the-epistre-othea/.
Schieberle, Misty. A Lydgatian Christine de Pizan?: The Lytle Bibell of Knyghthod (c. 1450)
. March 2017. https://arc-humanities.org/blog/2017/03/23/a-lydgatian-christine-de-pizan-the-lytle-bibell-of-knyghthod-c-1450/.
Schieberle, Misty. "Proverbial Fools and Rival Wisdom: Lydgate's Order of Fools and Marcolf." The Chaucer Review (Oct. 2014).
Schieberle, Misty. "Barnyard Pedagogy: An Approach to Teaching Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale." Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 20.2 (2013): 19-40.
Schieberle, Misty. "." Rev. of John Gower, Poems on Contemporary Events: The Visio Anglie (1381) and Cronica Tripertita (1400). University of Toronto Quarterly 82.3 (2013): 604-605.
Schieberle, Misty. "Controlling the Uncontrollable: Love and Fortune in Book 1 of the Confessio Amantis." ES. Revista de Filología Inglesa 33.1 (2012): 75-89.
Schieberle, Misty. ""Thing which a Man Mai Noght Areche": Women and Counsel in Gower's Confessio Amantis." The Chaucer Review 42.1 (2007): 91-109.
Schieberle, M. . (09/16/2017). Stephen Scrope's "Persyval" and Other Evidence of His Hasty Translation. Mid-America Medieval Association. Kansas City, MO