Currently four papers on the Ormulum are available on the net in full text:
Deletion and Erasure: Exploring the Changes in the Ormulum Manuscript’.
I spent the spring of 1997 in Oxford, where I was granted access to the
MS for four weeks. A general account of my work work there, and some observations
on Orm's working habits appeared in Jestin’ (Journal of English Studies in Norway) 1997, vol. 2:21-29.
‘Old English versus Old Norse Vocabulary in the Ormulum: the Choice
of Third Person Plural Personal Pronouns’. A preliminary report on Orm’s
use of heore and þe33re appeared in Studies in Anglistics,
ed. by G. Melchers and B. Warren, 1995:171-180. A revised version is available
‘On the time-depth of variability: Orm and Farmon as h-droppers’. A preliminary report on h-dropping in the Ormulum
as well as in Farmon's glosses in the Rushworth Gospels appeared in Language Structure and Variation,
ed. by M. Ljung, 2000:107-119. A revised version is available
‘Bread, Crumbs, and Related Matters in the Ormulum’.
In Selected Proceedings of the 2005 Symposium on New Approaches in English Historical Lexis (HEL-LEX),
ed. by R. W. McConchie, Olga Timofeeva, Heli Tissari, and Tanja Säily,
2006:69-82. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. The electronic version is available