Publications of Elizabeth A. Clark

Books

  1.  Reading Renunciation: Asceticism and Scripture in Early Christianity.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999. (420 pp.)

Papers Published

  1. "Generation, Degeneration, Regeneration: Original Sin and the Conception of Jesus in the Polemic Between Augustine and Julian of Eclanum." Generation and Degeneration: Tropes of Reproduction in Literature and History from Antiquity to Early Modern Europe  (2000): 17-40.
  2. "Creating Foundation, Creating Authorities: Reading Practices and Christian Identities."  36 pp. typescript Religious Identity and the Problem of Historical Foundation  (2001).
  3. Clark, EA. "Women, gender, and the study of Christian history." Church History 70:3 (January, 2001): 395-426.
  4. "Engendering Religious Studies." The Future of the Study of Religion  (2004): 217-242.
  5. "Rewriting the History of Early Christianity." The Past before Us: The Challenge of Historiographies of Late Antiquity  (2004): 61-68.
  6. E. Clark. "Creating Foundations, Creating Authorities." Religious identity and the Problem of Historical Foundations  (2004): 553-572.
  7. Clark, E. "Engaging Bruce Lincoln." Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 17:1 (2005): 11-17.
  8. Clark, E. "Distinguishing 'Distinction': Considering peter brown's reconsiderations." Augustinian Studies 36:1 (2005): 237-250.
  9. "On Not Retracting the Unconfessed." Augustine and Post-Modernism  (2005): 222-243.
  10. "Dissuading from Marriage: Jerome and the Asceticization of Satire." Satirical Advice on Women and Marriage  (2005): 154-181.
  11. E. Clark. "Origen, the Jews, and the Song of Songs." Perspectives on the Song of Songs  (2005).
  12. E. Clark. "Asceticism, Class, and Gender." The People's History of Christianity, vol. 2 2 (2005): 27-45.
  13. E. Clark. "Thinking with Women." Spread of Christianity in the First Four Centuries  (2005).
  14. E. Clark. "History, theology, and Context: the Analysis of Romans." Gender, Tradition, and Romans  (2005): 195-207.
  15. E. Clark. "Augustine, the Sons of Noah, and Race in Nineteenth-century North America." Sex from Plato to Paglia 17 (2006): 74-83.
  16. E. Clark. "Sarah and hagar." Sarah, hagar and Their Children  (2006): 127-147.
  17. E. Clark. "Gensis 1-3 amd gender Dilemmas." Korper und Seele :1-21 (2006).
  18. E. Clark. "Renouncing renunciation: early Christian Asceticism in America." From Rome to Constantinople  (2007): 357-375.
  19. E. Clark. "Renouncing Renunciation: Eary Christian Asceticism in America." From Rome to Constantinople  (2007).
  20. E. Clark. "From Patristics to Early Christian Studies." Oxford Handbook of Early Christianity  (2008): 7-41.
  21. Clark, EA. "The celibate bridegroom and his virginal brides: Metaphor and the marriage of Jesus in early christian ascetic exegesis." Church History 77:1 (December, 2008): 1-25.
  22. Clark, EA. "Contested bodies: Early christian asceticism and nineteenth-century polemics." Journal of Early Christian Studies 17:2 (January, 2009): 281-307.
  23. Clark, EA. "Postcolonial Theory and the Study of Christian History Introduction." Church History 78:4 (December, 2009): 847-848.
  24. E. Clark. ""Happiness in Hell, Virtue in the Middle State: the Church Fathers and Some Nineteenth-Century debates." .." Studia Patristica 48 (2010).

Papers Accepted

  1. E. Clark. "AUGUSTINE, THE SONS OF NOAH AND RACE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NORTH AMERICA." AUGUSTINE IN AMERICA  (2010).
  2. E. Clark. "THE SCHLEIERMACHER OF ANTIQUITY :CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRA, ORIGEN, AND ATHANASIUS IN THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY PROTESTANT IMAGINARY." ALEXANDRIAN PRESONAE  (2011).
  3. E. Clark. "FROM EAST TO WEST: ASCETICISM AND NINETEENTH CENTURY PROTESTANT PROFESSORS IN AMERICA." FESTSCHRIFT FOR PHILIP ROUSSEAU  (2010-2011).

Preprints

  1. E. Clark. "SEE BELOW."  The essays and chapters that were supposed to be out in 2003 (6 of them) will be out instead in early to mid-2004.   (2003).