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Publications of Elizabeth A. Clark    :chronological  alphabetical  by type  bibtex listing:

  1. E. Clark. ""Happiness in Hell, Virtue in the Middle State: the Church Fathers and Some Nineteenth-Century debates." .." Studia Patristica 48 (2010).
  2. Clark, EA. "Postcolonial Theory and the Study of Christian History Introduction." Church History 78:4 (December, 2009): 847-848. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  3. Clark, EA. "Contested bodies: Early christian asceticism and nineteenth-century polemics." Journal of Early Christian Studies 17:2 (January, 2009): 281-307. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  4. E. Clark. "AUGUSTINE, THE SONS OF NOAH AND RACE IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY NORTH AMERICA." AUGUSTINE IN AMERICA  (2010).
  5. E. Clark. "THE SCHLEIERMACHER OF ANTIQUITY :CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRA, ORIGEN, AND ATHANASIUS IN THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY PROTESTANT IMAGINARY." ALEXANDRIAN PRESONAE  (2011).
  6. E. Clark. "FROM EAST TO WEST: ASCETICISM AND NINETEENTH CENTURY PROTESTANT PROFESSORS IN AMERICA." FESTSCHRIFT FOR PHILIP ROUSSEAU  (2010-2011).
  7. 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. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  8. E. Clark. "From Patristics to Early Christian Studies." Oxford Handbook of Early Christianity  (2008): 7-41.
  9. E. Clark. "Renouncing renunciation: early Christian Asceticism in America." From Rome to Constantinople  (2007): 357-375.
  10. E. Clark. "Renouncing Renunciation: Eary Christian Asceticism in America." From Rome to Constantinople  (2007).
  11. E. Clark. "Augustine, the Sons of Noah, and Race in Nineteenth-century North America." Sex from Plato to Paglia 17 (2006): 74-83.
  12. E. Clark. "Sarah and hagar." Sarah, hagar and Their Children  (2006): 127-147.
  13. E. Clark. "Gensis 1-3 amd gender Dilemmas." Korper und Seele :1-21 (2006).
  14. "On Not Retracting the Unconfessed." Augustine and Post-Modernism  (2005): 222-243.
  15. "Dissuading from Marriage: Jerome and the Asceticization of Satire." Satirical Advice on Women and Marriage  (2005): 154-181.
  16. E. Clark. "Origen, the Jews, and the Song of Songs." Perspectives on the Song of Songs  (2005).
  17. E. Clark. "Asceticism, Class, and Gender." The People's History of Christianity, vol. 2 2 (2005): 27-45.
  18. E. Clark. "Thinking with Women." Spread of Christianity in the First Four Centuries  (2005).
  19. E. Clark. "History, theology, and Context: the Analysis of Romans." Gender, Tradition, and Romans  (2005): 195-207.
  20. Clark, E. "Engaging Bruce Lincoln." Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 17:1 (2005): 11-17. [doi]
  21. Clark, E. "Distinguishing 'Distinction': Considering peter brown's reconsiderations." Augustinian Studies 36:1 (2005): 237-250.
  22. "Engendering Religious Studies." The Future of the Study of Religion  (2004): 217-242.
  23. "Rewriting the History of Early Christianity." The Past before Us: The Challenge of Historiographies of Late Antiquity  (2004): 61-68.
  24. E. Clark. "Creating Foundations, Creating Authorities." Religious identity and the Problem of Historical Foundations  (2004): 553-572.
  25. 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).  [abs]
  26. Clark, EA. "Women, gender, and the study of Christian history." Church History 70:3 (January, 2001): 395-426. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  27. "Creating Foundation, Creating Authorities: Reading Practices and Christian Identities."  36 pp. typescript Religious Identity and the Problem of Historical Foundation  (2001).
  28. "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.
  29. E.A. Clark. Reading Renunciation: Asceticism and Scripture in Early Christianity.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999. (420 pp.)

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