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Publications of Maureen Quilligan    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Raman, S. Margaret R. Greer, Walter D. Mignolo, and Maureen Quilligan, eds. Rereading the Black Legend: The Discourses of Religious and Racial Difference in the Renaissance Empires. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2008. viii + 478 pp. index. illus. bibl. $25. ISBN: 978–0–226–30722–0..61 Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2008. 1289-1291 pp. [doi]
  2.  Re-reading the Black Legend: The Discourses of Religion and Racial Differences in the European Renaissance. Edited by Mignolo, W; Greer, MARGARET; Quilligan, MAUREEN. Chicago University Press, 2007.
  3. Quilligan, M. Incest and agency in Elizabeth's England. December, 2005. 1-281 pp.  [abs]
  4.  Incest and Agency in Elizabeth's England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005.  [abs]
  5. Quilligan, M. The Allegory of Female Authority : Christine de Pizan’s Cite des Dames. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1991.
  6. Quilligan, M. Milton’s Spenser: The Politics of Reading. Cornell UP, 1983.
  7. Quilligan, M. The Language of Allegory: Defining the Genre. Cornell UP, 1979. (paperback, 1991)

Edited

  1.  Theodor de Bry's Voyages to the Old World and New. JMEMS (Winter 2010) Duke University Press, (2010).  [abs]
  2. Quilligan, M. Renaissance Materialities. JMEMS Duke UP, September 2002.  [abs]
  3. with Quilligan, ; Grazia, MD; Stallybrass, P. Object and Subject: Reconstructing Renaissance Culture.  Cambridge UP, 1995.
  4. Quilligan, M; Ferguson, M; kers, NV. Rewriting the Renaissance: Discourses of Sexual Difference in Early Modern Europe.  University of Chicago Press, 1986.

Essays/Articles/Chapters in Books

  1. Quilligan, M. "Allegory and Female Authority." Thinking Allegory Otherwise. Ed. Machovsky, B. Stanford University Press, 2009.   [abs]
  2. Quilligan, M. "Incest and Agency: the Case of Elizabeth I." Generation and Degeneration. Ed. Brownlee, K; Finucci, V. Duke UP, 2003. 
  3. Quilligan, M. "Freedom, Service, and the Trade in Slaves: The Problem of Labor in Paradise Lost." Object and Subject: Reconstructing Renaissance Culture. Ed. Grazia, MD; Quilligan, M; Stallybrass, P. Cambridge UP, 1995. 
  4. Quilligan, M. "The Language of the Body: The Taming of the Shrew and The Tragedy of Mariam." Renaissance Sexuality. Ed. Turner, JK. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1992. 
  5. Quilligan, M. "Christine de Pizan and Canon Formation." Displacements: Woman Tradition Literatures in French. Ed. Miller, NK; DeJean, J. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins P, 1991. 126-43.
  6. Quilligan, M. "Feminine Endings: The Sexual Politics of Sidney’s and Spenser’s Rhyming." The Englishwoman in Print: Counterbalancing the Canon. Ed. Haselkorn, AM; Travitsky, BS. Amherst, MA: U of Massachusetts P, 1990. 311-25.
  7. Quilligan, M. "The Constant Subject: Instability and Authority in Wroth’s Urania Poems." Soliciting Interpretation: Literary Theory and Seventeenth-Century English Poetry. Ed. Harvey, E; Maus, K. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990. 273-306.
  8. Quilligan, M. "The Anthropology of Intertextuality: Mary Wroth and the Family Romance." Unfolded Tales: Essays on Renaissance Romance. Ed. Teskey, G; Logan, G. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1989. 
  9. Quilligan, M. "Sidney and His Queen." The Historical Renaissance. Ed. Strier, R; Dubrow, H. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1989. 171-96.
  10. Quilligan, M. "Milton’s Spenser: The Inheritance of Ineffability." The Ineffable Word: From Dante to Eliot. Ed. Hawkins, P; Schotter, A. A.M.S. Press, U of California P, 1985. 
  11. Quilligan, M. "Thomas Pynchon and the Language of Allegory." Thomas Pynchon, Critical Essays. Ed. Pearce,. Twayne, 1981.  Reprint of material on Pynchon from The Language of Allegory

Book Reviews

  1. Quilligan, M. Theodor De Bry's voyages to the new and old worlds.  Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 41.1 (December, 2011): 1-12. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  2. Quilligan, M. The Key of Green: Passion and Perception in Renaissance Culture.  Modern Language Quarterly 72.2 (January, 2011): 259-262. [doi]
  3.  Margaret Hannay, Mary Wroth.  Renaissance Quarterly (2011).  [abs]
  4.  Bruce R. Smith, The Key of Green.  Modern Philology (2011).  [abs]
  5. Quilligan, M. Review of Bruce R. Smith's The Key of Green.  Modern Philology (2011).  [abs]
  6. Quilligan, M. Review of Mary Wroth by Margaret Hannay.  Renaissance Quarterly (2011).  [abs]
  7. Quilligan, M. Margaret P. Hannay. Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010. xxxiv + 363 pp. index. illus. chron. bibl. $99.95. ISBN: 978–0–7546–6053–8..  Renaissance Quarterly 63.4 (2010): 1422-1423. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. Quilligan, M. Recent studies in the english renaissance.  Sel Studies in English Literature 43.1 (December, 2003): 233-295.
  9. Quilligan, M. Recent Studies in the English Renaissance.  Sel Studies in English Literature 1500 1900 43.1 (2003): 233-285. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  10. Quilligan, M. Review of K. Schwarz’s Amazon Love.  Shakespeare Studies (2003).
  11. Quilligan, M. Renaissance materialities: Introduction.  Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 32.3 (September, 2002): 427-431. [doi]
  12. Quilligan, M. On the Renaissance Epic: Spenser and Slavery.  South Atlantic Quarterly 100.1 (January, 2001): 15-39. [doi]
  13. Quilligan, M. Spenser and Slavery. ed. Baucom, I. South Atlantic Quarterly (2001).
  14. Quilligan, M. Elizabeth’s Embroidery.  Shakespeare Studies 29 (2001): 208-215.
  15. Quilligan, M. Review of Gamani Salgado’s The Elizabethan Underworld.  New York Times Book Review (1993).
  16. Quilligan, M. Author, Author.  Yale Review (1993).
  17. Quilligan, M. Christine de Pizan: Interventions.  Exemplaria: a Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Special Issue Edited by Ruth Barrie Strauss (1991).
  18. Quilligan, M. Translating Dismemberment: Christine de Pizan and Boccaccio.  Studi Sul Boccaccio (1991).
  19. Quilligan, M. Review of The History of Private Life, vol. III. ed. Chartier, R. New York Times Book Review (1989).
  20. Quilligan, M. Review of Antonia Fraser’s The Warrior Queens.  Washington Post (1989).
  21. Quilligan, M. Review of Laurie Finke and Martin Shichtman’s Medieval Text and Contemporary Readers.  Speculum (1989).
  22. QUILLIGAN, M. Allegory and the Textual Body: Female Authority in Christine de Pizan's 'Livre de le Cite des Dames'.  Romanic Review 79.1 (January, 1988): 222-248. (Reprinted in The New Medievalism, ed. Kevin Brownlee and Stephen G. Nichols [Baltimore: Johns Hopkins P, 1991]) [Gateway.cgi]
  23. Quilligan, M. Review of Patricia Parker’s Literary Fat Ladies: Rhetoric Gender Property.  Shakespeare Quarterly (1988).
  24. Quilligan, M. The Difference of Feminist Biography.  Yale Review (1988): 52-73.
  25. Quilligan, M. The Comedy of Female Authority in The Faerie Queene.  Elr (1988): 427-41.
  26. Quilligan, M. Review of Jasper Ridley’s Henry VIII.  New York Times (1985).
  27. Quilligan, M. Review of Judith C. Brown’s Immodest Acts: The Life of a Lesbian Nun in Renaissance Italy.  1985.
  28. Quilligan, M. Review of Tirant Lo Blanc.  The Nation (1985). (15th century Spanish text in translation)
  29. Quilligan, M. Review of Antonia Fraser’s The Weaker Vessel.  The Nation (1985).
  30. Quilligan, M. Review of The Paradise of Women: Writing Englishwomen of the Renaissance. ed. Travitsky, B. Modern Language Notes (1983).
  31. Quilligan, M. Review of Christine de Pizan’s The Book of the City of Ladies.  Trans. E.J. Richards, New York Times Book Review (1982).
  32. Quiligan, M. Langland's Literal Allegory.  Essays in Criticism XXVIII.2 (January, 1978): 95-111. [doi]
  33. Quilligan, M. Review of Gay Clifford’s The Transformations of Allegory.  Poetics Today Quarterly (1978).
  34. Quilligan, M. Words and Sex: the Language of Allegory in the De planctu naturae, Le Roman de la Rose, and Book III of the Faerie Queene.  Allegorica 2.1 (1977): 195-216. [Gateway.cgi]

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