Works in Progress and Recent Publications

 

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Achinstein, Sharon: “Who Printed Milton’s Tetrachordon (1645)?” in The Library (forthcoming, March 2013); completing an edition of Milton’s Divorce Tracts (Oxford UP); ‘Milton’s Trifles:  Lyric Disparagement in an Age of Walking Books,” in Modern Language Quarterly 73:1 (March 2012): 13-36.

Ainsworth, David: Reading through the Spirit: Milton, Music and Literary Interpretation. (in progress); “Rapturous Milton and the Communal Harmony of Faith” (under review); “Milton’s Holy Spirit in De Doctrina Christiana” (under review); “Getting Past the Ellipsis: The Spirit and Urania in Paradise Lost” (under review); “’Rise to life with These:’ Salvation and Herrick’s Mocking Epigrams.” ANQ 25. 3: 147-153; Reviews in Milton QuarterlyChristianity and LiteratureReligion and LiteratureModern Philology and The Year’s Review of English Studies (Seventeenth-century general section); “‘Thou art sufficient to judge aright:’ Spiritual Reading in Areopagitica,” in Their Maker’s Image: New Essays on John Milton ed. Mary C. Fenton and Louis Schwartz (Susquehanna University Press, 2011).

Anderson, Judith H.: “Working Imagination in the Early Modern Period: Donne’s Secular and Religious Lyrics and Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Macbeth, and Leontes,” in Shakespeare, Donne, and the Cultural Imaginary, ed. with Jennifer C. Vaught (2013); Go Figure: Energies, Forms, and Institutions in the Early Modern World, ed. with Joan Pong Linton  (New York: Fordham University Press, 2011); “Spenser and Cicero’s De Oratore,” in Spenser Studies 25 (2011): 363-68.

Blythe, Joan: Review of Charles J. Rzepka’s Inventions and Interventions forthcoming in The Wordsworth Circle; In progress:  “Byron and Jusepe de Ribera,”  “Milton, Chateaubriand, and the Revival of Christianity in France,” “Satan’s Military Strategies in the War in Heaven as Template for Napoleon’s Victory at Austerlitz”; “Milton, Cromwell, and Napoleon in Chateaubriand and Hugo: Repairing Political Ruin through the Voice of the Poet,” in Reading, Ruin, and Repair:  Milton, History, and Poetics, ed. Mary C. Fenton and Louis Schwartz (Duquesne, 2012); “Byron, Milton and Garden History,” in Byron and History, ed. Nikolaos  Panagopoulos and Maria Schoina (Edward Mellen, 2012).

Burnett, Archie: The Poems of Philip Larkin (Faber and Faber, 2011).

Cable, Lana: reviews of eds. David Loewenstein and Paul Stevens, Early Modern Nationalism and Milton’s England for Milton Quarterly; William Shullenberger, Lady in the Labyrinth for Christianity and Literature; and Walter Lim, John Milton: Radical Politics and Biblical Republicanism for Christianity and Literature. Currently developing a work of philosophical fiction that interweaves political crisis and spiritual inquiry with structural principles drawn from metaphor and the music of Paraguayan classical guitar composer Mangoré, Agustín Pio Barrios.

Champagne, Claudia M.: Co-ed and annotations of Book 9 of Paradise Lost in Milton Variorum Project (in progress).

Chernaik, Warren: “The Dyer’s Hand: Jonson and Shakespeare,” in The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and his Contemporaries, ed, Ton Hoenselaars (Cambridge UP, 2012); “Tragic Freedom in Samson Agonistes,” in The European Legacy: John Milton, European (Tel Aviv, 2012); “Tragic Freedom in Samson Agonistes,” John Milton, European: Part 1, ed. Joseph Shub, in The European Legacy, 17.2 (April 2012): 197-211; “Areopagitica: The Known Rules of Ancient Libertie,” John Milton, European, Part 2, ed. Joseph Shub, in The European Legacy, 17.3 (June 2012): 317-331; “Milton and Traherne: Paradise Recovered,” in Milton Through the Centuries, ed. Gabor Ittses and Miklos Peti (Budapest: Harmattan Publishing, 2012): 219-228; “Instruments of Darkness: Witches and the Supernatural in Four Versions of Macbeth,” seminar paper, World Shakespeare Congress, Prague, Czech Republic, 19 July 2011, accepted for publication in Shakespeare on Screen: Macbeth (forthcoming); “Choosing a Captain Back for Egypt: Milton and the Restoration,” in From Republic to Restoration: Legacies and Departures, ed, Janet Clare (Manchester University Press, forthcoming);”Linked Sweetness: Milton and Music,” in The Seventeenth Century, 26 (2011): 23-43; The Myth of Rome in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries (Cambridge UP, 2011).

Danielson, Dennis: Paradise Lost and the Cosmological Revolution (Cambridge UP, forthcoming 2014); Paradise Lost, Parallel Prose Edition (Broadview, 2012); “Ancestors of Apollo: How ten bold astronomers five centuries ago performed feats of imagination that prepared for the advent of human space flight 50 years ago,” in American Scientist 99.2 (March 2011): 136-143; “Ramus, Rheticus, and the Copernican Connection,” in Ramus, Pedagogy and the Liberal Arts: Ramism in Britain and the Wider World, ed. Emma Wilson and Steven Reid (Ashgate, 2011): 153-170.

Doerksen, Daniel W.: Picturing Religious Experience: George Herbert, Calvin, and the Scriptures (University of Delaware Press, 2011); Picturing Religious Experience: George Herbert, Calvin, and the Scriptures (University of Delaware Press, 2011).

Dobranski, Stephen B.:The Cambridge Introduction to Milton (Cambridge University Press, 2012); “Principle and Politics in Milton’s Areopagitica,” in The Oxford Handbook of Literature and the English Revolution, ed. Laura Lunger Knoppers (Oxford University Press, forthcoming); “Reading Strategies,” in The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture, ed. Joad Raymond (Oxford University Press, 2011): 101-13.

Dodds, Lara: “When Margaret Cavendish Reads John Milton; or, Reading and Writing in Tragical Times,” Chapter 3 in The Literary Invention of Margaret Cavendish (Duquesne University Press, 2013, forthcoming); “‘To Due Conversation Accessible’; or, The Problem of Courtship in Milton’s Divorce Tracts and Paradise Lost,” in Texas Studies in Literature and Language (2012, forthcoming).

Donnelly, Phillip J.: “Historical Appearance in Areopagitica,” in Milton, Historicism, and Questions of Tradition: Essays by Canadians, ed. Feisal Mohamed and Mary Nyquist (University of Toronto Press, 2012).

Dubrow, Heather: As You Like It: Evans Shakespeare Editions, ed. (Wadsworth, 2011); Forms and Hollows (Cherry Grove, 2011).

Engel, William E.: Melville and Poe’s Debt to Baroque Aesthetics (Ashgate, 2012); “Kinetic Emblems and Memory Images in The Winter’s Tale, in Late Shakespeare, in Texts and Contexts, ed. Rory Vincent Loughnane and Andrew Power (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011); “Emblem Books,” in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature, ed. Garrett Sullivan and Alan Stewart (London: Blackwell, 2011); “John Florio,” in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature, ed. Garrett Sullivan and Alan Stewart (London: Blackwell, 2011); “Poe’s Resonance with Francis Quarles: Emblems, Melancholy, and The Art of Memory,” in Deciphering Poe, ed. Barbara Cantalupo (Lehigh University Press, 2011).

Fallon, Stephen M.: “Milton and Literary Virtue,” in Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (forthcoming); “Nascent Republican Theory in Milton’s Regicide Prose,” in the Oxford Handbook of Literature and the English Revolution, ed. Laura Knoppers (forthcoming); “John Milton and Isaac Newton: Harmonies and Dissonances,” in Milton and Newton: The Cultures of Literature and Science in the Seventeenth Century, ed. Brian Cummings, Andrew Hadfield, and Rob Iliffe (Cambridge UP; in progress); “’Good lost, and evil got’: Narrative and Theodicy in Paradise Lost,” workshop on Milton and the Philosophy of Literature, Jerusalem, December 2011.

Fenton, Mary: “‘This Earth’s Great Altar: Teaching Milton Eco-Critically,” in Ecological Approaches to Early Modern English Texts: a Field Guide to Reading and Teaching, ed. Lynne Bruckner et al (Ashgate, forthcoming 2013); “Regeneration in Paradise Lost Books 11 and 12,” in Cambridge Companion to Paradise Lost, ed. Louis Schwartz (forthcoming Cambridge UP, 2013); Varieties without End: Generative Irresolution in Milton, coed. Louis Schwartz (in progress); Their Maker’s Image: New Essays on John Milton, ed. Mary Fenton and Louis Schwartz (Susquehanna University Press, 2011); To Repair the Ruins: Reading Milton, ed. Mary Fenton and Louis Schwartz (Duquesne University Press, 2012).

Festa, Thomas: “The Temptation of Athens and the Variorum Paradise Regained,” (in progress); “The Location of Comus’s Lair,” (in progress); Early Modern Women on the Fall:  An Anthology, co-ed, Michelle Dowd (MRTS, in press); “Eve and the Ironic Theodicy of the New Milton Criticism,” in The New Milton Criticism, ed. Peter C. Herman and Elizabeth Sauer (Cambridge UP, 2012); “God as Geometer and Architect in Paradise Lost,” in Their Maker’s Image:  New Essays on John Milton, ed. Mary C. Fenton and Louis Schwartz (Susquehanna UP, 2011): 93-115; “Dunster, Todd and the Making of the Variorum Paradise Regained,” Notes and Queries 58.3 (2011): 434-8; “A Source  of Sir Thomas Browne’s Christian Morals III.29 in John Donne’s Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions,” in Notes and Queries 58.3 (2011): 378-9.

Fresch, Cheryl H.: “Milton Variorum,” in Paradise Lost IV (Duquesne, 2011).

Fulton, Thomas: “Gilded Monuments: Shakespeare’s Sonnets and the Mediated Text,” in Comparative Textual Media: Interplays between Making and Critique, ed. by Katherine Hayles and Jessica Pressman (U of Minnesota P, 2013);  “John Milton’s “Digression, in The History of Britain: An Online Facsimile Edition of Harvard MS Eng 901 (forthcoming); Rethinking Historicism from Shakespeare to Milton, co-ed with Ann Baynes Coiro (Cambridge UP, 2012); “Paradise Lost and Milton’s Revolutionary Prose and Poetry,” Peter C. Herman, ed., Approaches to Teaching Milton’s Paradise Lost (MLA, 2012); “Milton in the Library,” in Forms of Writing in Milton’s England, a special issue of the Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries, vol. 65 (2012); “Paradise Lost and the English Revolution,” in Approaches to Teaching Paradise Lost, ed. Peter Herman (MLA Publications, 2011); I am currently at work on an essay on Milton’s Bible, which will form part of a larger project on biblical interpretation and literature.

Furman-Adams, Wendy: With Hazard Adams, “William Blake,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas Corns (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012); With Virginia James Tufte, “Illustrators of Milton’s Works, 1688-1996,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas Corns (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012); “Visualizing Paradise Lost: Artists Teaching Milton,” in Approaches to Teaching Paradise Lost, ed. Peter Herman (New York: Modern Language Association, 2011); “Ecofeminist Eve: Artists Reading Milton’s Heroine,” in Ecofeminist Approaches to Early Modernity, ed. Jennifer Munroe and Rebecca Laroche (New York: Palgrave, 2011); “The Fate of Place: Three Artists Reading Milton,” in Essays from Murfreesboro Milton Conference, ed. Mary C. Fenton and Louis Schwartz (London: Associated University Presses, 2011).

Guibbory, Achsah: “Afterword: Herrick’s Community, the Babylonian Captivity, and the Uses of Historicism,” in ‘Lords of Wine and Oile’: Community and Conviviality in the Poetry of Robert Herrick, ed. Tom Cain and Ruth Connolly (Oxford University Press, 2011); “Donne and Apostasy,” in The Oxford Handbook to John Donne, ed. Jeanne Shami, M. Thomas Hester, and Dennis Flynn (in press, Oxford University Press, 2011): 664-77; “John Donne,” in The Cambridge Companion to English Poetry, ed. Claude Rawson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011): pp.104-21.

Hackenbracht, Ryan: “The Plague of 1625-26, Apocalyptic Anticipation, and Milton’s Elegy III,” Studies in Philology 108.3 (2011): 403-38.

Hannay, Margaret: The Letters (1595-1608) of Rowland Whyte, ed. with Noel J. Kinnamon and Michael G. Brennan (APS, forthcoming); “Re-revealing the Psalms: The Countess of Pembroke and Her Early Modern Readers,” in Psalms in the Early Modern World, ed. David Orvis, Linda Austern, and Kari McBride, (Aldershot, Hants and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2011).

Haskin, Dayton: “The Works of William Shakespeare as They Have Been Sundry Times Professer in Harvard College,” in Shakespearean Educations:  Power, Citizenship, and Performance, ed. Coppélia Kahn et al, (Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 2011): 175-200; “The Love Lyric,” in The Oxford Handbook of John Donne, ed. Jeanne Shami et al, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011): 180-205; A book on how Shakespeare and Milton were taught, studied, and made to function in the undergraduate curriculum of some twenty U.S. colleges, c. 1870-1910 (in progress).

Hillier, Russell: Milton’s Messiah: The Son of God in the Works of John Milton (Oxford UP, 2011); “‘So Shall the World Goe on’: A Providentialist Reading of Books Eleven and Twelve of Paradise Lost,” in English Studies 92 (6) (2011): 1-27.

Hiltner, Ken:  Forward to Nature (book in progress); On the Nature of Art (book in progress); Editor, Ecocriticism: The Essential Reader (Routledge, forthcoming); “Sixteenth-Century Artisanal Practices and Baconian Prose.” In New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, ed. Michael Denbo. (Renaissance English Text Society, forthcoming); “Jane Eyre and the Feminist/Post-Colonial Dilemma.” In The Blackwell Companion to the Brontës, ed. Diane Long Hoeveler. (Blackwell, forthcoming). “Nature,” in The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, ed Roland Greene (Princeton University Press, 2012); What Else is Pastoral? Renaissance Literature and the Environment, (Cornell University Press, 2011); Environmental Criticism for the Twenty-First Century, ed. and Introduced by Ken Hiltner, Stephanie LeMenager, and Tess Shewry (Routledge, 2011); “Literature in the Ages of Wood, Tallow, Coal, Whale Oil, Gasoline, and Atomic Power,” PMLA editorial column coauthored by Ken Hiltner (March 2011); Seven Angels, Opera. Libretto by Glyn Maxwell. Program notes by Ken Hiltner. Royal Opera House, London. (July 2011).

Kerrigan, William: Paradise Regained, Samson Agonistes, and the Complete Shorter Poems, William Kerrigan, John Rumrich, Stephen Fallon, eds. (Random House Modern Library, 2012); Essential Prose Works of John Milton (Random House Modern Library, expected in 2012). (Both of these books are updates and reconsiderations of material in our John Milton: Complete Poetry and Essential Prose [2007]).

Kinney Arthur F.: “Robert Greene,” reprinted in University Wits by Ashgate Press;”Renaissance Poetics”, in the Princeton  Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, ed. Roland Greene (forthcoming); “John Lyly and the University Wits,” in The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Drama, ed. Ton van Hanselaars (Cambridge UP, forthcoming); General Editor, Oxford Handbooks to Shakespeare (11 volumes); Advisory Editor, The Shakespeare Encyclopedia, ed. Patricia Parker (5 volumes, forthcoming from Continuum Press).Oxford Handbook to Shakespeare (Oxford: OU Press, 2011); “The Position of Poetry: Making and Defending Renaissance Poetics,” in Renaissance Literature and Culture, ed. Michael Hattaway (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011): 13-27; “Macbeth’s Knowledge,” reprinted in Shakespeare Criticism (originally in Shakespeare Survey); “Thomas Lodge”, reprinted in University Wits (Burlington: Ashgate Press).

Klemp, Paul J.: “I have been bred upon the theater of death, and have learned that part: The Execution Ritual during the English Revolution,” in The Seventeenth Century (2011): 323-45.

Knoppers, Laura.: “You shall be our generalless: Fashioning Warrior Women from Henrietta Maria to Hillary Clinton,” in Rethinking Historicism from Shakespeare to Milton, ed. Ann Baynes Coiro and Thomas Fulton (Cambridge UP, 2012); editor, Oxford Handbook of Literature and the English Revolution (Oxford UP, 2012).  editor, Milton Studies, vol. 52 (Duquesne University Press, 2011); Politicizing Domesticity from Henrietta Maria to Milton’s Eve (Cambridge UP, 2011); “Translating Majesty: The King James Bible, John Milton, and the English Revolution,” in The King James Bible and the World It Made, ed. David Lyle Jeffrey (Baylor University Press, 2011): 40-70.

Lares, Jameela: An edition and translation of the short Latin preaching manual appended to Matthew Sutcliffe’s De recta studii theologici ratione, 1602 (in progress); an article, “The Lighter Side of All Our Woe:  A. A. Milne on John Milton”, (in progress); “Milton’s Artis Logicae Plenior Institutio in the Context of the Renaissance Trivium,” in A Concise Companion to the Study of Manuscripts, Printed Books, and the Production of Early Modern Texts: A Festschrift for Gordon Campbell, ed. Edward Jones (Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming), a review essay on Milton and rhetoric; an edition and translation of the short Latin preaching manual appended to Matthew Sutcliffe’s De recta studii theologici ratione, 1602 (in progress); Paradise Lost, bks. 11 and 12, A Variorum Commentary on the Poems of John Milton, ed. Paul J. Klemp (Duquesne UP, forthcoming); “Rhetoric,” “Quintilian,” and “William Perkins,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas N. Corns (Yale UP, 2012); editor and translator, Artis Logicae Plenior Institutio, in volume 9 of The Complete Works of John Milton, gen. eds. Gordon Campbell and Thomas N. Corns (Oxford: Clarendon P, 2012).

Lehnhof, Kent: “Antitheatricalism and Antinauticalism: Stephen Gosson and the Ship that Doesn’t Sail,” Renaissance Drama (forthcoming); “Relation and Responsibility: A Levinasian Reading of King Lear”, Modern Philology (forthcoming); “Acting Virtuous: Chastity, Theatricality, and The Tragedie of Mariam,” in Performing Pedagogy: Gender and Instruction in Early Modern England, ed. Kathryn M. Moncrief and Kathryn R. McPherson (Ashgate, 2011).

Leonard, John: Faithful Labourers: a Reception History of Paradise Lost, 1667-1970, forthcoming from Oxford University Press (2 volumes). Essays forthcoming in the MLA Guide to Teaching Paradise Lost (edited by Peter Herman) and Young Milton (Oxford University Press), edited by Edward Jones.

Lewalski, Barbara K: “Milton: The Muses, the Prophets, the Spirit, and Prophetic Poetry,” (forthcoming, MS, 2013); “Milton, Galileo, and the Opening to Science,” in Newton and Milton: Science, Religion, and Literature in Early Modern England, ed. Brian Cummings and Andrew Hadfield (forthcoming); “Interpreting God’s Word: Paradise Lost,” in John Milton: Acts of Interpretation (festschrift for Mary Ann Radzinowicz), ed. Richard DuRocher and Margaret Thickstun (Duquesne, forthcoming); The Complete Works of John Milton, Vol. III, ed. (with Estelle Haan) (Oxford UP, 2012); “Paradise Lost: Contexts and Poertic Creation,” in Blackwell Companion to British Literature, ed. Robert DeMaria et al (Oxford, 2012); Life and Works of John Milton,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas Corns (Yale UP, 2011); “How Poetry Moves Readers: Sidney, Spenser, Milton,” in University of Toronto Quarterly, ed. David L. Clark (Summer, 2011); “To This Must be Added: Milton’s Advice to Miltonists,” in MQ (December, 2011).

Loewenstein, David: Editor, Milton’s Prose: Major Writings on Liberty, Politics, Religion, and Education (Oxford: Blackwell, 2012); Treacherous Faith: The Specter of Heresy and Demonization in Early Modern English Literature and Culture (Oxford University Press, 2013); ed. (with Tom Corns), Paradise Lost in the new Oxford University Press Complete Works of John Milton; co-editor, Shakespeare and Early Modern Religion, (Cambridge University Press; in progress); “Recent Studies in the English Renaissance,” in SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 (Winter 2011).

Luxon, Thomas M.: “How Human Life Began: Sexual Reproduction in Paradise Lost book 9,” in Sex Before Sex (forthcoming); New introductions and annotations for all of Milton’s Sonnets and Latin poems are now available on the The John Milton Reading Room website.

Marcus Leah S.: Working on book about the editing of Shakespeare and postcolonial theory, tentatively titled “The Colonial Imaginary and the Making of Shakespeare’s Texts,” and a book about Elizabeth I, tentatively titled, Reading Elizabeth I Writing.

Marotti, Arthur F.: “Rare or Unique Poems in British Library MS Sloane 1446,” to be published in a Festschrift for Peter Beal, ed. by Steven W. May and Susan Cerazano (British Library Publications, 2012); “Saintly Idiocy and Contemplative Empowerment: The Case of Dame Gertrude More,” in Sara S. Poor and Nigel Smith (eds.), Mysticism and Reform 1400-1750 (Reformations: Medieval and Early Modern, ed. David Aers, Sarah Beckwith, and James Simpson) (to be published by University of Notre Dame Press, 2012); (coedited with Ken Jackson) Shakespeare and Religion: Early Modern and Postmodern Perspectives (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2011); (with Steven W. May) “Two Lost Ballads of the Armada Thanksgiving Celebration [with texts and illustration],” in English Literary Renaissance 41.1 (Winter 2011): 36-68; (with Marcelle Freiman) “The English Sonnet in Manuscript, Print, and Mass Media,” in The Cambridge Companion to the Sonnet, ed. Tony Cousins and Peter Howarth (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011): 66-83; (with Laura Estill) “Manuscript Circulation,” in The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare (Oxford: Oxford University Press, [November] 2011): 52-69; “In Defense of Idolatry: Residual Catholic Culture and the Protestant Assault on the Senses in Early Modern England,” in Lowell Gallagher (ed.), Redrawing the Map of Early Modern English Catholicism, University of Toronto Press (2011);  “Chaloner Chute’s Poetical Anthology (British Library, Additional MS 33998) as a Cosmopolitan Collection,” in English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700 ([November] 2011): 112-40.

Martin, Catherine G.: Spanning the “Perilous Narrow Ocean”: English and French Connections in the Renaissance, ed. Catherine Gimelli Martin and Hassan Melehy (2011); “Introduction,” and “Milton and the Huguenot Revolution,” in Spanning the “Perilous Narrow Ocean, ed. Catherine G. Martin and Hassan Melehy (2011).

Murphy, Erin: “Paradise Lost and the Politics of Begetting,” in Milton Quarterly, (March 2011): 25-49; “Sabrina and the Making of English History in PolyOlbion and A Mask Presented at Ludlow Castle,” in Studies in English Literature, 51, 1 (Winter 2011): 87-110.

Nardo, Anna K.:  “John Phillips, John Milton, Don Quixote and the Disenchantment of Romance,” in Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature (forthcoming); “‘Retráteme . . . pero no me maltrate’: John Phillips’s Translation of Don Quixote,” in Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture 1660-1700) 36(2012): 1-22.

Ng, Su Fang: “Dutch Wars, Global Trade, and the Heroic Poem: Dryden’s Annus Mirabilis (1666) and Amin’s Sya’ir Perang Mengkasar (1670),” in Modern Philology 109.3 (2012); “Hobbes and the Bestial Body of Sovereignty,” in Feminist Interpretations of Thomas Hobbes, ed. Nancy J. Hirschmann and Joanne Wright (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012); “The Frontiers of Twelfth Night,” in Early Modern England and Islamic Worlds, ed. Bernadette Andrea and Linda McJannet (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011): 173-96; “Pirating Paradise: Alexander’s Pirate, Dutch East Indies, and Satanic Empire in Milton’s Paradise Lost,” in Milton Studies 52 (2011).

Norbrook, David: The Works of Lucy Hutchinson vol. 1: The Translation of Lucretius, ed. Reid Barbour and David Norbrook (Oxford University Press, 2012).

Nohrnberg James: “Myth,” in Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, 3rd edition, ed. Roland Greene et al. (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012); “‘The Mythical Method’ in Song and Saga, Prose and Verse: Part One,” in Omaggio issue of Arthuriana 21:1, guest ed. Ty Buckman and Charles Ross (Spring 2011): 20-38.

Olmsted, Wendy: “To plainness honour’s bound,’ Deceptive Friendship in Shakespeare’s King Lear,” in Discourses and Representations of Friendship, 1500-1700, ed. Daniel Lochman and Maritere Lopez, Postscript Lorna Hutson (Ashgate, forthcoming).

Parker, Mike: Edition of Edmund Waller’s Poetry, co-ed. with Timothy Raylor (Oxford University Press, in progress); currently working on revising John Safford’s Biography of Edmund Waller

Phillips, Philip Edward: “The American Stage,” in Edgar Allan Poe in Context, ed. Kevin J. Hayes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013): 118-128; A Companion to Boethius in the Middle Ages, ed. Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr. and Philip Edward Phillips, Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition 30 (Leiden and Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2012); “Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius: A Chronology and Selected Annotated Bibliography,” in A Companion to Boethius in the Middle Ages, ed. Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr. and Philip Edward Phillips Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition 30. (Leiden and Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2012): 551-589; “Elegy,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas N. Corns (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012): 108; “Hymn,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas N. Corns (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012): 158-159; “King Arthur,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas N. Corns (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012): 201; “Muses,” in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas N. Corns (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012): 250.

Ramesh, Chandra Tungaria: “Multiculturalism in Australian Literature,” in Raso 4:3 (2011): 128.

Revard, Stella: “Neo-Latin Lyrical Poetry’, ‘Latin Poetry of Seventeenth-Century English Poets’, and ‘Neo-Latin Poetry’ in the collections of Oxford and Cambridge University,” in Neo-Latin Encyclopedia (forthcoming 2013-14); “Satan in Paradise Regained: the Quest for Identity in Rival Hermeneutics,” in John Milton’s Acts of Interpretation, ed. Richard DuRocher and Margaret Thickstun (Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2012); Courting the Star: Pontano’s and Sidney’s Stella (2012); “The Design of the 1645 Poems,” Young Milton, ed. Edward Jones. (Oxford: University Press, 2012); Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Upsala (Tempe, AZ: MRTS, 2012).

Roberts: John R.: John Donne: An Annotated Bibliography of Modern Criticism 1996-2005 (The Donne Variorum Website, 2012).

Rosenblatt, Jason: Co-editor (with Dirk van Miert), John Selden’s Table Talk, (Oxford University Press, in progress); an essay for the Oxford Handbook Of English Law And Literature, 1500-1700, ed. Bradin Cormack and Lorna Hutson (in progress); co-author “Hebraism,” in Princeton Encyclopedia Of Poetry And Poetics (2012).

Ross, Leasure T.: “The Reverse Syncretism of Jón Þorlaksson’s IcelandicTranslation of Milton’s Paradise Lost,” in Gripla XXII (2011): 261-284.

Sauer, Elizabeth: The New Milton Criticism, ed. with Peter C. Herman (Cambridge UP, 2012);  “Pious Fraud: Extralegal Heroism in Samson Agonistes,” in SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 51.1 (forthcoming Winter, 2013); “Pious Fraud: Extralegal Heroism in Samson Agonistes,” in SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 51.1 (Winter 2013); “Milton on Church Government,” in Yearbook of English Studies 44 (2014, in progress); “Anti-Catholicism as Polemical Stratagem,” in Milton and Catholicism, ed. Thomas N. Corns and Ronald Corthell (U of Notre Dame P, 2014, in progress); Early Modern English Nationhood and Transatlantic Literature (in progress); “Riot and Rebellion,” in Ashgate Companion to Popular Culture in Early Modern England, ed. Matthew Dimmock, Andrew Hadfield, Abigail Shinn (Farnham, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, forthcoming); “Milton’s Defences and the Principle of sanior pars,” in The Oxford Handbook of Literature and the English Revolution, ed. Laura Lunger Knoppers (Oxford UP, 2012); “Narrators,” in Approaches to Teaching “Paradise Lost”: Second Edition, ed. Peter C. Herman (New York: Modern Language Association, 2012); “Radical Company: Milton, the Nostalgia of (Post-)War Criticism, and the Case of A.S.P. Woodhouse’s Puritanism and Liberty,” in Milton, Historicism, and Questions of Tradition: Essays by Canadians, ed. Feisal G. Mohamed and Mary Nyquist (Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2012): 192-214; “Ebenezer Cooke,” in The Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment. Ed. Mark G. Spencer (New York and London: Continuum, forthcoming 2012); Milton, Toleration, and Nationhood (Cambridge UP, forthcoming); “Catholicism,” 54-5; “Election,” 105-6; “England,” 109-10; “Israel,” 186-7; “Spain,” 345-6, etc. in The Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas N. Corns (Yale UP).

Senneff, Susan F.: “Milton and His Friends in Italy,” (Dissertation, Columbia University).

Shoulson Jeffrey: Fictions of Conversion:  Jews, Christians, and Cultures of Change in Early Modern England (Pennsylvania UP, 2013); “Ruth and Rahab: Typology and the Gendering of Conversion,” in Gender and Conversion in the Early Modern World, eds. Simon Ditchfield and Helen Smith, Collection in Progress for Cambridge University Press; “Alchemies of Conversion: The Science and Drama of Jewish Transmutation,” in Consensus and Controversy:  The Board of Jewish Deputies at 250, ISJ Studies in Judaica, David Katz, ed.  Collection in Progress for Brill Press;  “Zaphenath, Kugelmass, and Milton; or, What’s a Nice Jewish Boy Doing in a Place Like This?” in Jewish Quarterly Review (forthcoming); “Man and Thinker:  Milton, Saurat, and the Old New Milton Criticism,” in The New Milton Criticism, eds. Peter Herman and Elizabeth Sauer, (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Skerpan-Wheeler, Elizabeth P.: Mean Seasons:  Milton, Self-Actualization, and the Logic and Poetics of Risk (in progress); “The Logical Poetics of Paradise Regained,” in Huntington Library Quarterly (forthcoming);”The First ‘Royal’:  Charles I as Celebrity,” in PMLA (2011): 912-34.

Smith, Nigel: General editor of Vol. 9 of The Oxford Milton; two books in progress: one on words and music and another one on the relationship between the state and literary production in early modern Europe.

Staines, John D.: “Torture and Tyranny from Foxe to Lear,” in Justice and Early Modern Literature, ed. Donald Beecher and Grant Williams (University of Toronto Press (forthcoming Spring 2013); “Violent Passions in King Lear and Samson Agonistes: Understanding Tragedy and Poetry, Past and Present,” (in progress); “Shakespeare, Milton, and the Presence of Lyric: Historicism/Formalism/Presentism,” (in progress); “Torture, Resistance, and Genre: Foxe’s Bonner and Shakespeare’s Prospero,” (in progress); reviews in Clio and Shakespeare Quarterly. Currently working on a monograph on Violence, Genre, and Conscience in Shakespeare and Milton.

Stallard, Matthew: John Milton, Paradise Lost: THE Biblically Annotated Edition (Macon: Mercer University Press, 2011).

Stanwood, P.G.: “Paul’s Cross and the Culture of Persuasion in England 1520-1640,” (book in progress); “Paradise Lost: Epic and Opera,” in Early Modern Literary Studies 15.3, ed. with Peter McCullough, Ray Siemens, and others (2011); “Lancelot Andrewes’s ‘Orphan Lectures’: The Exeter Manuscript,” in Early Modern Literary Studies Texts Series 2, ed. with Torrance Kirby and others (2011).

Stevens, Paul: “Churchill’s War Horse,” in Approaching War: From Gardens to Trenches (Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming 2013); “Obnoxious Satan: Milton, Neo-Roman Justice, and the Burden of Grace,” in Imagining Justice in Early Modern England (U of Toronto P, forthcoming 2013); “Literary Studies and the Turn to Religion: Milton Reading Badiou,” in Religion and Literature (forthcoming, 2013) [Winner of the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies’ Montaigne Prize]; Milton Imagining England (in progress); “Politics,” in The Cambridge Companion to Paradise Lost (Cambridge UP, in progress); “Winston Churchill’s Savrola and the Discovery of Speech,” (in progress); “Commodifying Grace”, in Shakespeare and Varieties of Religious Belief (Cambridge UP, in progress); “The Form and Pressure of Liturgy: Hamlet and Henry VIII,” in Shakespeare and Varieties of Religious Belief (Cambridge UP, in progress); “Israel in Early Modern England,” in University of Toronto Quarterly 81.2 (2012); “Archipelagic Criticism and its Limits: Milton, Geoffrey of Monmouth, and the Matter of England,” in European Legacy 17.2 (2012); “Milton in the Far North,” in Milton and the Questions of History (U of Toronto P, 2012); “Lament for a Nation: Milton’s Readie and Easie Way and the Turn to Satire,” in The Oxford Handbook of Literature and the English Revolution (Oxford UP, 2012); “The New Presentism and its Discontents: Listening to Eastward Ho and Shakespeare’s Tempest in Dialogue,” in Rethinking Historicism (Cambridge UP, 2012); “Colonialism”, “Nationalism”, and “William Shakespeare,” in The New Milton Encyclopedia (Yale UP, 2012); “Final Reflections: Spenser and the End of the British Empire,” in rev and rpt Empires of God: Religious Encounters in the Early Modern Atlantic World (U of Pennsylvania P, 2011).

Strier, Richard: “Milton’s Fetters, or, Why Eden is Better than Heaven,” in The New Milton Criticism, ed. Peter Herman and Elizabeth Sauer (2012); “What Makes him [George Herbert] so Great?” in Heart in Pilgrimage: George Herbert’s Travels, ed. Christopher Hodgkins (University of Delaware Press, 2011): 3-26; The Unrepentant Renaissance:  from Petrarch to Shakespeare to Milton (University of Chicago Press, 2011).

Stoll, Abraham: “Clues to the Classical Tradition,” in Approaches to Teaching Milton’s Paradise Lost, 2nd ed. Ed. Peter Herman (New York: MLA, forthcoming).

Teskey, Gordon: Introduction to David Slavitt’s translation of Milton’s Latin Poems (2011). A literary-critical study of Milton’s poems, up to Lycidas and Epitaphium Damonis (in progress).

Theis, Jeffrey: “Ecocritical Milton,” in Approaches to Teaching Paradise Lost, ed. Peter Herman (New York: MLA, forthcoming).

Thickstun, Margaret: Milton’s Rival Hermeneutics: ‘Reason is but choosing’, co-edited with Richard J. DuRocher (Duquesne University Press, forthcoming 2012); introduction and essay, “Shame, Fame, and the Importance of Community in Samson Agonistes,” in that volume; chapter on The Pilgrim’s Progress, Part 2, in The Oxford Handbook on John Bunyan, ed. Michael Davies (forthcoming).

Urban, David: Entries on “Matthew,” “Luke,” and “Sonnet 9,” in The Milton Encyclopedia.  Thomas Corns, General Editor (Yale UP, 2012): 224, 236, 342; “Gaev’s Asperger’s Syndrome in Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard: A Diagnosis and a Call for Character Reassessment and Legitimate Sympathy,” (under consideration); “Milton’s Identification with the Unworthy Servant in Sonnet 19: A Response to Margaret Thicksun,” (under consideration); “The Acolyte’s Rejoinder: C. S. Lewis and the New Milton Criticism, Yet Once More,” in Milton Quarterly 46.3 (October 2012): 174-81; “The Homosexual Temptation of the Son in  Milton’s Paradise Regained: The Historical Background Reconsidered. A Reply to John T. Shawcross and Claude J. Summers,” in Connotations: A Journal of Scholarly Debate 21.2-3 (2012): 272-77; “Surprised by Richardson: C. S. Lewis, Jonathan Richardson, and Their Comparative Influence on Stanley Fish’s Surprised by Sin: The Reader in ‘Paradise Lost,’” in Appositions: Studies in Renaissance/Early Modern Literature and Culture 5 (2012); “Obscurity and Intention in Mark 4.11-12,” (under consideration); “Nora’s Desire for Christlike Love in Ibsen’s A Doll House,” (under consideration); review of Cheryl H. Fresch and P. J. Klemp (ed.) A Variorum Commentary on the Poems of John Milton, Volume 5, Part 4: Paradise Lost, Book 4 (Duquesne UP, 2011); Review of English Studies 63.261 (November 2012): 815-17; John Milton: An Annotated Bibliography, 1989-1999.  Co-compiler (with Calvin Huckabay) and co-editor (with Paul J Klemp), (Duquesne UP, 2011); The Parabolic Milton: The Self and the Bible in John Milton’s Writings, (in progress); “Confessions of a Milton Bibliographer: Reflections on the Past, Ruminations on the Present, and Hopes for the Future of Milton Bibliography,” in Appositions: Studies in Renaissance/Early Modern Literature and Culture 4 (2011);  “Speaking for the Dead: C. S. Lewis Answers the ‘New Milton Criticism’; or, ‘Milton Ministries’ Strikes Back,” in Milton Quarterly 45.2  (May 2011): 95-106; “Erroneous Instruction: Hally’s Misrepresentations of Tolstoy and Joe Louis in Fugard’s ‘MASTER HAROLD’ . . . and the boys,” in Notes & Queries 58.1 (March 2011): 138-40.

Van den Berg, Sara: “Unruly Daughter, Virtuous Wife: The Double Subject of Milton’s Sonnet 9,” in To Repair the Ruins, ed. Mimi Fenton and Louis B. Schwartz (Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2012); “Dwarf Aesthetics in Spenser’s Faerie Queene and the Early Modern Court,” in Recovering Early Modern Disability, ed. Allison Hobgood and David Wood (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, in press); ed.  Special Issues in Memory of Thomas B. Moisan, in Allegorica vol. 27 (2011) and vol. 28 (2012); ed. Walter J. Ong Centennial Forum, in Religion and Literature 44.2 (Summer 2012, in press);”Walter Ong on the Road: Research before the Internet,” Walter J. Ong Centennial Forum, in Religion and Literature 44.2 (Summer 2012); “The Role of Nano in Volpone,” in Allegorica 27 (2011).

Wallace, Joseph: “Miltonic Proportions: Divine Distribution and the Nature of the Lot in Paradise Lost,” in Milton Studies 53, ed. Laura L. Knoppers (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012).

Welch, Anthony: “Editing Paradise Lost with Richard Bentley,” in Approaches to Teaching Milton’s Paradise Lost, ed. Peter C. Herman (MLA, in progress).

Wickenheiser, Robert J: The Robert J. Wickenheiser George Herbert Collection. A Descriptive Account with Illustrations. (Will provide the most extensive and complete bibliography of George Herbert editions and related studies George Herbert Palmer’s bibliography in the early 20th century.)

Woods, Susanne: Milton and the Poetics of Freedom (Duquesne University Press, 2013, forthcoming);”Inviting Rival Hermeneutics,” in Milton’s Rival Hermeneutics, ed. Richard J. DuRocher and Margaret Olofsen Thickstun (Duquesne University Press, 2012).