Selected recent publications by WSG members:
Charlotte MacKenzie, Cornwall Family History Society, (September 2020).
Arlene Leis and Kacie L. Wills(ed.), Women and the Art and Science of Collecting in Eighteenth-Century Europe, (Abingdon: Routledge, 2020). See:
Charlotte MacKenzie, ‘Cornwall and Peterloo’, Cornish Story, (October 2019), Available from: http://cornishstory.com/category/articles/history/.
Alexis Wolf, ‘The “Original” Journals of Katherine Wilmot: Women’s Travel Writing in the Salon of Helen Maria Williams’, European Romantic Review, 30, 5/6, 2019.
Susan Civale, Romantic Women’s Life Writing: Reputation and Afterlife (Manchester University Press)
Octavia Cox, “The Lady’s Poetical Magazine [1781-82] and the Fashioning of Women’s Literary Space”, Women’s Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1690-1820s, eds. Jennie Batchelor and Manushag Powell (Edinburgh University Press)
Brenda Hosington, ‘”How we ovght to knowe God”: Princess Elizabeth’s Presentation of Jean Calvin’s Institution de la religion Chrestienne’, in Booldly Bot Meekly: Essays on the Theory and Practice of Translation in the Middle Ages in Honour of Roger Ellis, eds Catherine Batt and René Tixier (Brepols)
Brenda Hosington, “The Princess Elizabeth as Neo-Latin Correspondent and Translator”, in Elizabeth I in Writing: Language, Learning and Power, ed. Donatella Montini and Iolanda Plescia (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 11-36.
Madeleine Pelling, ‘Collecting the World: Female Friendship and Domestic Craft at Bulstrode Park’, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 41
Brianna Robertson-Kirkland, Special Issue: Women and Education in the Long Eighteenth Century, Women’s History Spring 2018
Brenda Hosington, “Collaboration, Authorship, and Gender in the Paratexts Accompanying Translations by Susan Du Verger and Judith Man”, in Gender, Authorship, and Early Modern Women’s Collaboration, ed. Patricia Pender and Alexandra Day (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 95-124.
Charlotte-Rose Millar, Witchcraft, the Devil, and Emotions in Early Modern England (Routledge)
Peter Radford, ‘Was the long eighteenth century a gold age for women in sport? The cases of Mme Brunel and Alicia Thornton’, Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal 12
Mascha Hansen, ‘Figs and Fame: Envisioning the Future in Women’s Poetry’, in Voice and Context in Eighteenth-Century Verse: Order in Variety, eds Allan Ingram and Joanna Fowler (Palgrave Macmillan)
Felicity Roberts, ‘”Idleness Never Grew in my Soil”: Mary Delany’s flower collages, gender and the moral authority of ‘nature’ in eighteenth-century England’, in Materialising Gender in Eighteenth-Century Europe, eds Jennifer Germann and Heidi Strobel (Routledge)
Margarette Lincoln, ‘Emma Hamilton, war and the depiction of femininity in the late eighteenth century’, Journal for Maritime Research 17
Julie Peakman, Peg Plunkett: Memoirs of a Whore (Quercus)
Valerie Schutte, Mary I and the Art of Book Dedications (Palgrave Macmillan)
Emma Whipday, ‘”Marrow Prying Neighbours”: Staging Domestic Space and Neighbourhood Surveillance in Arden of Faversham’, Cahiers Élisabéthains 88
Rachel Adcock, Sara Read and Anna Ziomek (eds), Flesh and Spirit: an Anthology of Seventeenth-Century Women’s Writing (Manchester University Press)
Kerri Andrews (ed.), Collected Works of Ann Yearsley (3 vols, Pickering & Chatto)
Marion Durnin (ed.), Sketches of Irish Character by Anna Maria Hall (Pickering & Chatto)
Margaret Yoon (ed.), The Citizen by Ann Gomersall (Pickering & Chatto)
Wanda Wyporska, Witchcraft in early modern Poland 1500-1800 (Palgrave Macmillan)