Mark Rimple, "The Enduring Legacy of Boethian Harmony," in A Companion to Boethius in the Middle Ages, Philip Edward Philips & Noel Kaylor, eds. (Brill, 2011).
“A reviewer must always be cautious and circumspect when tempted to declare a critical work definitive, and in this case it is warranted: A Companion to Boethius in the Middle Ages is the most comprehensive and reliable one-volume critical study of Boethius available today. It is an indispensable book for any serious student of intellectual history in general and medieval textual studies in particular. […] Masterfully conceived and executed, this volume reminds readers in rich and numerous ways of the central place that Boethius occupies not only in the development of university curricula, but also in philosophical and religious thought as well as in the history of mathematics and of science; and, moreover it must be added, in the Western literary tradition as well […]. As such A Companion to Boethius in the Middle Ages should be in every library at institutions of higher learning and owned personally by anyone seriously engaged in the study of medieval or early modern thought, culture, or literature.”
William E. Engel, The University of the South. In: Carmina Philosophiae:
Journal of the International Boethius Society, Vol. 21 (2012), pp. 127-135.
Mark Rimple, "Hearing Boethius in the Music and Rhetoric of Guillaume de Machaut," Carmina Philosophiae: Journal of the International Boethius Society 19 (2010), 25 - 48.
Mark Rimple, "Echoes of Boethius in the Italian Cinquecento," Carmina Philosophiae: Journal of the International Boethius Soceity 15 (2006), 13 - 62.
Mark Rimple, "Rhetoric, Discant, and the Faenza Codex: An Introduction to the Plectrum Lute," Lute Society Quarterly XXXIX/2 (2004).
Mark Rimple, "Boethius and the Mensural Experimentation of the Ars Subtilior," Carmina Philosophiae 12 (2003), 1 - 48.