EM W RN

Early Modern
Women's
Research Network

Publications

The persistent URL, or DOI, for the EMWRN archive to use in citations is http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/1326860

Books:

  • O'Callaghan, Michelle, Thomas Middleton, Renaissance Dramatist, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 2009.
  • Pender, Patricia, Early Modern Women's Writing and the Rhetoric of Modesty, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2012.
  • Salzman, Paul, Mary Wroth's Poetry: An Electronic Edition, http://wroth.latrobe.edu.au, 2012.
  • Smith, Rosalind, Sonnets and the English Woman Writer, 1560-1621: The Politics of Absence, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2005.
  • Wiseman, Susan, Writing Metamorphosis in the English Renaissance 1550-1700, Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Book chapters:

  • Lilley, Kate, '"Imaginarie in manner, reall in matter": Rachel Speght's Dreame and the female scholar-poet'. In: Reading the Early Modern Dream: the Terrors of the Night, eds Katharine Hodgkin, Michelle O'Callaghan and Susan J. Wiseman, Routledge, London, 2009, pp. 97-108.
  • Lilley, Kate, 'Desire and Sexuality in Early Modern Women's Writing'. In: The Palgrave Guide to Early Modern Women's Writing, ed. Suzanne Trill, Palgrave, London, 2011.
  • Lilley, Kate, 'Rhetorical Sex: Between Shakespeare's Sonnets and Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus'. In: What is the New Rhetoric, ed. Susan Thomas, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, 2008, pp. 126-139.
  • Lilley, Kate, 'The German Princess Revived: the Case of Mary Carleton'. In: Expanding the Canon of Early Modern Women's Writing, ed. Paul Salzman, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, 2010, pp. 113-124.
  • O'Callaghan, Michelle, 'Friends, Collaborators and Rivals'. In: Ben Jonson in Context, ed. J. Sanders, Cambridge University Press, UK, 2010, pp. 48-56.
  • O'Callaghan, Michelle, 'Pastoral'. In: A new companion to English renaissance literature and culture, ed. M. Hattaway, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, pp. 225-237.
  • O'Callaghan, Michelle, 'Publication: Print and manuscript'. In: A new companion to English renaissance literature and culture, ed. M. Hattaway, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, pp. 160-176.
  • O'Callaghan, Michelle, 'Spenser's literary influence'. In: The Oxford handbook of Edmund Spenser, ed. R.A. McCabe. Oxford handbooks of literature. Oxford University Press, UK, 2010, pp. 664-683.
  • O'Callaghan, Michelle, 'Those Lyric Feasts, made at the Sun, the Dog, the triple Tunne': Going clubbing with Ben Jonson. In: 'Lords of Wine and Oile': Community and Conviviality in Robert Herrick, eds T. Cain and R. Connolly, Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 83-105.
  • Pender, Patricia, 'Between 'Sygne' and 'Substance': Rhetorics of figurality in the 'Examinations of Anne Askew'', Expanding the Canon of Early Modern Women's Writing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 2010, pp. 222-233.
  • Ross, Sarah, '"Give me thy hairt and I desyre no more": The Song of Songs, Petrarchism and Elizabeth Melville's Puritan Poetics'. In: The Intellectual Culture of Puritan Women, eds Johanna Harris and Elizabeth Scott-Baumann, (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 96-107
  • Ross, Sarah, 'Elizabeth Melville and the religious sonnet sequence in England and Scotland'. In: Women and the Poem in Seventeenth-Century England: Inheritance, Circulation, Exchange, ed. Susan J. Wiseman, (forthcoming, Manchester University Press, 2013).
  • Salzman, Paul, 'Mary Wroth and Hermaphroditic Circulation'. In Susan Wiseman, ed., Early Modern Women and the Poem, Manchester University Press, in press.
  • Salzman, Paul, 'The Essay'. In: Oxford Handbook of English Prose 1500-1640, ed., Andrew Hadfield, Oxford, 2013.
  • Smith, Rosalind, 'Plaintes full of dissimulation: The casket sonnets, female complaint and true crime', Expanding the Canon of Early Modern Women's Writing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 2010, pp. 125-142.
  • Wiseman, Susan, 'The Contemplative Woman's Recreation? Katherine Austen and the Estate Poem'. In: Early Modern Women and the Poem, ed. Susan Wiseman, MUP, 2013.

Edited collections:

  • Pender, Patricia and Rosalind Smith, 'Afterword: New Directions in Early Modern Women's Book History". In: Ross, Sarah C.E., Patricia Pender and Rosalind Smith (guest editors), "Early Modern Women and the Apparatus of Authorship". Parergon Special Issue, 29 (2), 2012.
  • Ross, Sarah (editor), Katherine Austen's 'Book M', British Library Additional MS 4454, Tempe, AZ: ACMRS, 2011.
  • Ross, Sarah C.E., Patricia Pender and Rosalind Smith (guest editors), "Early Modern Women and the Apparatus of Authorship". Parergon Special Issue, 29 (2), 2012.
  • Salzman, Paul (editor), Expanding the Canon of Early Modern Women's Writing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 2010.
  • Salzman, Paul and Jo Wallwork (editors), Early Modern Englishwomen Testing Ideas, Ashgate, Burlington, 2011.
  • Wiseman, Susan (editor), Early Modern Women and the Poem, Manchester University Press (in press), 2012.

Journal articles:

  • O'Callaghan, Michelle, 'Textual gatherings: Print, community and verse miscellanies in early modern England'. Early Modern Culture, 8 (2010).
  • Pender, Patricia, ''The ghost and the machine in the Sidney family corpus', Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 51 (2011), 65-85.
  • Pender, Patricia, 'Reading Bale Reading Anne Askew: Contested Collaboration in The Examinations', Huntington Library Quarterly, 73 (2010), 507-522.
  • Ross, Sarah, '"Like Penelope, Always Employed": Reading, life-writing, and the early modern female self in Katherine Austen's Book M', Literature Compass, 9.4 (April 2012), 306-16.
  • Salzman, Paul, 'Anne Clifford: Writing for Oneself, Writing for Others', Parergon, 27 (2010).
  • Salzman, Paul, 'Not Understanding Mary Wroth's Poetry', Parergon, 29 (2012).
  • Salzman, Paul, 'Placing Tudor Fiction', Yearbook of English Studies, 38 (2008), 136-49.