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Recent Faculty Publications


Donato, Clorinda with Bob Maniquis. The Encyclopedie in the Age of Revolution (G.K. Hall, 1992).


Fleck, Stephen. “Farce, Parody, and Cliché in Late Molière.” Origines, Actes du 39e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth Century French Literature, 10-11. Mai 2007. Ed. Russell Ganim and Tom Clark. Biblio 17 180. Tübingen: G. Narr, 2009. 67-77.

—. “From Personnages to Personæ: On the Evolution of Molière’s Late Dramaturgy.” Le Nouveau Moliériste 7 (2008): 59-81.

—. “From Personnages to Personæ: On the Evolution of Molière’s Late Dramaturgy.” Le Nouveau Moliériste, Vol. VII (2008): 59-81.

—. “L’imaginaire du Malade : Musique, voix, et masque dans la fête ultime de Molière.” Actes of the Biennales Molière, Molière et la Fête. Ed. Jean Emelina. Pézenas: Ville de Pézenas, 2003. 307-28.

—. “Modernité de la Comédie-Ballet.” Theatre, Fiction, and Poetry in the French Long Seventeenth Century/Le Théâtre, le roman, et la poésie à l’âge classique. Ed. William Brooks and Rainer Zaiser. Oxford: Bern: Peter Lang, 2007. 97-110.

—. “Molière’s Revolutionary Dramaturgy.” Text and Presentation 2008. Ed. Stratos E. Constantinidis. Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland, 2009. 31-44

—. “Représentation et spectacle dans les comédies-ballets : De la représentation du monde à la création du spectacle total.” L’âge de la représentation: L’art du spectacle au XVIIe siècle (Actes du IXe Colloque du Centre International de Rencontres sur le XVIIe siècle, Kiel, 16-18 mars 2006). Ed. Rainer Zaiser. Tübingen: G. Narr, 2007. 195-206.

—. “Rustic Games: George Dandin at the Limits of Genre.” Actes du 32e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth French Literature, Tulane University, 13-15 avril 2000. Tübingen: Biblio-17/Gunter Narr, 2001. 179-89.

—. “Speaking Folly to Power: Molière’s Moebius Saraband.” Le Nouveau Moliériste (Glasgow), Vol. VIII (2010).

—. “The Mirror and the Looking-Glass: Vraisemblance and Invraisemblances in Later Molière.” Formes et formations au dix-septième siècle. Actes du 37e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth Century French Literature, University of South Carolina, Columbia, 14-16 avril 2005. Ed. Buford Norman. Tübingen, G. Narr, 2006. 273-282.

—. Music, Dance, and Laughter: Comic Creation in Molière’s Comedy-Ballets. Tübingen: PFSCL-Biblio 17 (88), 1995.


Forney, Kristine. “’Nympes en abry du Laurier’: Music Instruction for the Bourgeois Woman,” Musica Disciplina 49 (1998): 231-67. The Enjoyment of Music, 9th ed. (Norton, 2003) with print and electronic ancillaries (

—. “A Gift of Madrigal and Chansons: The Courtship of Elizabeth I by Erik XIV of Sweden,” Journal of Musicology 16.4 (1999): 50-75.

—. Entries in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (Macmillan, 2001)

—. The Norton Scores, 9th ed (Norton, 2003), 2 vols.


Gasior, Bonnie, with Mindy Badía, eds. Crosscurrents: Transatlantic Perspectives on Early Modern Hispanic Drama (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2006).

Gasior, Bonnie. “Erasing the (Monstrous) Feminine: Juan Pérez de Montalván’s La monja alférez,” “Beyond the Convent: Colonial Women’s Voices and Daily Challengings in Spanish America,” Special edition of Cuaderno Internacional de Estudios Hispánicos y Lingüística (2006): 105-15.

—. “Transatlantic Changes and Exchanges: The Permeability of Culture, Identity, and Discourse in Early Modern Spanish and Spanish-American Theater,” Introduction, Crosscurrents, 13-24.

—. Theater review of Don Quijote: La última aventura (Bilingual Foundation of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA), Comedia Performance: Journal of the Association for Hispanic Classical Theater (March 2007).

—. Theater review of Los empeños de una casa (Bilingual Foundation of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA), Comedia Performance: Journal of the Association for Hispanic Classical Theater (2006): 223-27.


Jones, Stanley with S. Mimouni, ed. and introd. Le judéo-christianisme dans tous ses états: Actes du Colloque de Jérusalem 6-10 juillet 1998, Lectio Divina (Les Éditions du Cerf, 2001).

Jones, Stanley. “An Ancient Jewish Christian Source on the History of Christianity: Pseudo-Clementine “Recognitions” 1.27-71, Texts and Translations 37 (Scholars, 1995).

—. “The Book of Elchasai in Its Relevance for Manichaean Institutions with a Supplement: The Book of Elchasai Reconstructed and Translated,” ARAM 16 (2004): 179-215.

—. “Eros and Astrology in the Periodoi Petrou The Sense of the Pseudo-Clementine Novel,” Apocrypha: Revue internationale des littératures apocryphes 12 (2001): 53-78.

—. “La filiación en algunas tradiciones judeocristianas primitivas.” Filiación: Cultura pagana, religión de Israel, orígenes del cristianismo. Vol. 2. Ed. Juan José Ayán Calvo, Patricio de Navascués Benlloch, and Manuel Aroztegui Esnaola. Madrid: Trotta, 2007. 283-303.

—. “The Gospel of Peter in Pseudo-Clementine Recognitions 1,27-71.” Das Evangelium nach Petrus: Text, Kontexte, Intertexte. Ed. Thomas J. Kraus and Tobias Nicklas. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2007. 223-44.

—. “Jewish Christianity of the Pseudo-Clementines,” A Companion to Second-Century Christian “Heretics, ed. Antti Marjanen and Petri Luomanen, 315-34. Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae 76 (Brill, 2005).

—. “Jewish Christians as Heresiologists and as Heresy.” Rivista di storia del cristianesimo 6 (2009): 333-47.

—. “Marcionism in the Pseudo-Clementines.” Poussières de christianisme et de judaïsme antiques: Études réunies en l’honneur de Jean-Daniel Kaestli et Éric Junod. Ed. Albert Frey and Rémi Gounelle. Lausanne: Éditions du Zèbre, 2007. 225-44.

—. “Photius’ Witness to the Pseudo-Clementines.” Nouvelles intrigues pseudo-clémentines. Ed. Frédéric Amsler, et al. Lausanne: Éditions du Zèbre, 2008. 93-101.

—. “The Pseudo-Clementines.” Jewish Christianity Reconsidered: Rethinking Ancient Groups and Texts. Ed. Matt Jackson-McCabe. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2007. 285-304, 331-33

—. Sonship in Some Early Jewish Christian Traditions. Institute for Antiquity and Christianity Occasional Papers 52. Claremont, Calif.: Institute for Antiquity and Christianity, 2008.

—, ed. and introd. Which Mary? The Marys of Early Christian Tradition (Brill, 2002).


Kelleher, Marie. “Boundaries of Law: Code and Custom in the Legal Practice of Early Medieval Catalonia,” Comitatus 30 (1999): 1-10.

—. “Hers by Right: Gendered Legal Assumptions and Women’s Property in the Medieval Crown of Aragon.” Journal of Women’s History 22.2 (Summer 2010): 34-55.

—. “Law and the Maiden: Inquisitio, Fama, and the Testimony of Children in Medieval Catalonia.” Viator 37 (2006): 351-67.

—. “‘Like Man and Wife’: Clerics’ Concubines in the Diocese of Barcelona,” Journal of Medieval History 28 (2002): 349-60.

—. The Measure of Woman: Law and Female Identity in the Crown of Aragon. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010.


Kermode, Lloyd, with Jason Scott Warren and Martine van Elk, eds. Tudor Drama Before Shakespeare, 1485-1590: New Directions for Research, Criticism, and Pedagogy (Palgrave, 2004).

Kermode, Lloyd. —. “After Shylock: The ‘Judaiser’ in England.” Renaissance and Reformation 20.4 (Fall 1996).

—. Aliens and Englishness in Elizabethan Drama. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

—. “Destination Doomsday: Desires for Change and Changeable Desires in The Roaring Girl.” English Literary Renaissance 27.3 (Fall 1997).

—.“‘Marlowe’s Second City’: The Jew as Critic at the Rose in 1592.” Studies in English Literature 35.2 (Spring 1995).

—. “The Playwright’s Prophecy: Robert Wilson’s The Three Ladies of London and the ‘Alienation’ of the English.” Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England 11 (1999).

—. “Tempo/Tempest: The Timeliness of Shakespeare in the Diverse Classroom.” Shakespeare Yearbook 12 (2001).

—. Three Renaissance Usury Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Presss, 2009.

—. “To the Shores of Life: Textual Recovery in Lycidas.” Milton Quarterly 31.1 (March 1997).


Miller, Julia. “The Ognissanti Madonna and the Humiliati Order in Florence,” The Cambridge Companion to Giotto (Cambridge University Press, 2003).


Mitchell-Smith, Ilan, with Marla Segol, eds. “Gendering Action.” Special issue of Medieval Feminist Forum 45.2 (2009).

—. “Woman/Man/God.” Special issue of Medieval Feminist Forum 46.1 (2010).

Mitchell-Smith, Ilan. “Defining Violence in Middle English Romances: Sir Gowther and Libeaus Desconus.” Fifteenth-Century Studies 34 (2009).

—. “Gendered Action in Medieval Narrative, History, and Art.” With Marla Segol. Medieval Feminist Forum 45.2 (2009): 7-11.

—. “Racial Determinism in the Narrative Setting of Dungeons and Dragons.” Coopting Culture. Ed. Rob Carley and B. Garrick Harden. Lanham, MD: Lexington/Roman and Littlefield Books, 2009.


Nolan, Lawrence. “Descartes on Self-Knowledge: A Defense Against Malebranche’s Critique,” Journal of the History of Philosophy.

—. “Descartes’s Ontological Argument,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Internet edition:


Serrano, Nhora Lucia, with Janelle A. Schwartz, eds. Curious Collectors, Collected Curiosities: An Interdisciplinary Study. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010.

Serrano, Nhora Lucia.

—. “Caliban” in “Hispanic American Volume” of Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Literature. Luz Elena Ramirez, ed. New York: Facts on File, 2008.

—. “Don Quixote,” “Michelangelo,” and “Dante,” Men and Masculinities: A Social, Cultural, and Historical Encyclopedia (ABC-CLIO, 2003).

—. “Leonardo da Vinci: The Gaze of the Early Modern Cabinetmaker,”Curious Collectors, Collected Curiosities: An Interdisciplinary Study.

—. “Madame de Lafayette (1634-1693),” The Age of Milton: An Encyclopedia of Major 17th Century British and American Authors (Greenwood Press, 2004).

—. “Marilyn Desmond and Pamela Sheingorn, Myth, Montage, and Visuality in Late Medieval Manuscript Culture: Christine de Pizan’s Epistre Othéa,” The Comparatist 29 (2005).


Van Elk, Martine, with Lloyd Edward Kermode and Jason Scott Warren, eds. Tudor Drama Before Shakespeare, 1485-1590: New Directions for Research, Criticism, and Pedagogy (Palgrave, 2004).

Van Elk, Martine. “The Counterfeit Vagrant: The Dynamic of Deviance in the Bridewell Court Records and the Literature of Roguery,” Rogues and Early Modern English Culture, eds. Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz (University of Michigan Press, 2004).

—. “Courtliness, Piety, and Politics: Emblem Books by Georgette de Montenay, Anna Roemers Visscher, and Esther Inglis.” Early Modern Women and Transnational Communities of Letters. Eds. Anne Larsen and Julie Campbell. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Press, 2009. 183-212.

—. “‘Determined to prove a villain’: Criticism, Pedagogy, and Richard III.” College Literature 34.4 (Fall 2007): 1-21.

—. “Lady Mary Wroth’s Love’s Victory,” Reading Early Women: An Anthology of Printed Texts and Manuscripts, 1500-1700, eds. Helen Ostovich and Elizabeth Sauer. (Routledge, 2003).

—. “‘Our praises are our wages’: Courtly Exchange, Social Mobility, and the Female Body in The Winter’s Tale,” Philological Quarterly 79 (Fall 2000), rpt. in Shakespearean Criticism vol. 81 (Gale, 2004).

—. “‘She would tell none other tale’: Narrative Strategies in the Bridewell Court Books and the Rogue Literature of the Early Modern Period.” Early Modern Culture: An Electronic Seminar 7. <>.

—. “‘This sympathized one day’s error’: Genre, Representation, and Subjectivity in The Comedy of Errors.” Shakespeare Quarterly 60.1 (2009): 47-72.

—. “Urban Misidentification in The Comedy of Errors and the Cony-Catching Pamphlets,” Studies in English Literature 43.2 (Spring 2003), rpt. in Shakespearean Criticism vol. 87 (Gale, 2005).

—. “‘When female weakness triumphs’: Torture and Perversion in Four Plays by Hrotsvit of Gandersheim,” Gender Reconstructions: Pornography and Perversions in Literature and Culture, eds. Cindy L. Carlson, Robert L. Mazzola, and Susan M. Bernardo (Ashgate, 2001).

—. “‘You will find many wants’: Flushing in the 1590s.” Sidney Journal 27.1 (2009): 1-8.


Vollendorf, Lisa, ed. Recovering Spain’s Feminist Tradition (MLA Publications, 2001).

—. “A Different Kind of Wonder: Women’s Writing in Early Modern Spain,” Culture and Sovereignty in the Baroque, ed. Patrick Coleman and Massimo Ciavolella (University of Toronto Press, 2005).

—. “Cervantes and His Women Readers,” Romance Quarterly (2006). Literatura y Feminismo en España (s. XV-XXI) (Icaria Press, 2006).

—. María de Zayas’s Early Modern Feminism (UNC Press, 2001).

—. The Lives of Women: A New History of Inquisitional Spain (Vanderbilt UP, 2005).