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Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Children’s Metamorphoses: Ovid, Shakespeare, Sex and Childhood2020
Francesca Speed
Katie Mccombe
Dr Graeme Mearns
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Supporting Sanctuary Students and Staff: Understanding the needs of students and staff from refugee and asylum-seeker backgrounds2020
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Other maids: Religion, Race, and Relationships Between Girls in Early Modern London2019
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Afterword2018
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Researching memory in early modern studies2018
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Cavalier and she-majesty: the cultural politics of gender in Jane Cavendish’s poetry2017
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
A Renaissance for Children?2013
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Did Children have a Renaissance?2013
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Gender, Place and Nation in Early Modern Britain: “to liue a Country Life”2013
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Make me a poet, and I'll quickly be a man: masculinity, pedagogy and poetry in the English Renaissance2013
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Horrible Shakespearean Histories: Performing the Renaissance for and with Children2011
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Households2010
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Remembering Aemilia Lanyer2010
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Shakespeare's Welsh Grandmother2010
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Playing with Cupid : Gender, Sexuality and Adolescence2007
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Shakespeare and Childhood2007
Professor Michael Rossington
Professor Anne Whitehead
Professor Linda Anderson
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Dr Pablo Mukherjee
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Theories of Memory: A Reader2007
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Women, Gender, and the Politics of Location2007
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Women's Writing in the British Atlantic World: Memory, Place and History, 1550-17002007
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Editors' introduction: Shakespeare and the cultures of childhood2006
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Sarah Greenhalgh
Shakespeare in the Cultures of Childhood, 1807-2007. Special issue of the journal Shakespeare2006
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
The Cultural Geographies of Early Modern Women’s Writing: Journeys Across Spaces and Times2006
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
In the Lesbian Archive2005
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Marlowe's men and women: gender and sexuality2004
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
This pleasant and sceptered isle: insular fantasies of national identity in Anne Dowriche's The French Historie and William Shakespeare's Richard2004
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
The Civility of Early Modern Welsh Women2003
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
In a Queer Place: Sexuality and Belonging in British and European Contexts2002
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Early Modern Women Poets: An Anthology2001
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Shakespeare, Feminism, and Gender2001
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Measure for Measure: William Shakespeare2000
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Region, religion, and sexuality: “Pilgrim through this barren land”2000
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
“Blackness yields to beauty”: The desirability of difference in early modern culture1998
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Introduction: Refashioning Ben Jonson1998
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Refashioning Ben Jonson: Gender, Politics and the Jonsonian Canon1998
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
“Two loves I have”: Shakespeare and bisexuality1997
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Lay by Your Needles, Ladies, Take the Pen: English Women’s Writing, 1500-17001997
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Shakespeare's Queer Children: Sexual Politics and Contemporary Culture1996
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Voicing Women: Gender and Sexuality in Early Modern Writing1996
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Frida Kahlo’s 'grotesque” bodies’1995
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
The (pregnant) prince and the showgirl: Cultural legitimacy and the reproduction of Hamlet in1994
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Impudent women: Gender and carnival in early modern culture1993
Professor Kate Chedgzoy
Moralising the colonial body: Discourses of difference in early modern writing1993