Assoc. Prof. Anthony Miller

BA W. Aust MA Camb. PhD Harv.
Associate Professor

Selected publications

Books

  • The Tracts for the Times: Doctrine, Spirituality and Distance. Sydney: St Laurence Press, 2009. 68pp.
    Roman Triumphs and Early Modern English Culture. Early Modern Literature in History. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 2001. vii + 223 pp. + 8 plates.
    Reviewed by:
    Richard Madelaine, Sixteenth Century Journal 33 (2002), 1184-85.
    Paul Hammond, Review of English Studies 54 (2003), 250-51.
    Timothy Langley, Renaissance Quarterly 56 (2003), 908-11
    Kevin Curran, Early Modern Literary Studies 9.3 (2004), 14.1-5.
    Sarah Dewar-Watson, Notes and Queries 51 (2004), 87-88.
    Michael Ullyot, Seventeenth-Century News 62 (2004), 102-5.
  • Editor, Julius Caesar. The Bell Shakespeare. Sydney: Science Press, 1996. xi + 183 pp.
    Reviewed by:
    Alexander Leggatt, Australasian Drama Studies 29 (1996), 229-32.
  • Shakespeare: Anthony and Cleopatra. Horizon Studies in Literature. Sydney: Sydney University Press, in association with Oxford University Press Australia, 1991. x + 76 pp.
  • Editor, The Tragedy of Richard III. The Challis Shakespeare. Sydney: Sydney University Press, in association with Oxford University Press Australia, 1989. 182 pp.
  • Editor, Ben Jonson: Selected Poems. Sydney English Texts, 7. Sydney: Department of English, University of Sydney, 1981. xiv + 160 pp.

Articles and Book Chapters

  • Vindicating Vulcan: Renaissance Manuals of Mining and Metallurgy. In What Nature Does Not Teach: Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods, ed. Juanita Feros Ruys. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols (2008), 449-72.
  • The Triumph oin Gibbon's Decline and Fall: Romans, Barbarians, Chrisitans. Calssical and Modern Literature 27.2 (2007), 47-65.
  • Fortinbras' Conquests and Pliny. Notes and Queries 54 (2007), 287-89.
  • Ben Jonson and the proper passion of Mettalls. Parergon 23.2 (2006), 57-72. Reprinted in Renaissance Poetry and Drama in Context: Essays for Christopher Wortham, ed. Andrew Lynch and Anne M Scott. Newcastle UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2008), 145-57.
  • 'The Proem to The Faerie Queene, Book II: Spenser, Pliny, and Undiscovered Worlds'. Classical and Modern Literature 25 (2005), 1-7.
  • 'Red Crosse's Imprisonment and Foxe's Inquisition'. Spenser Studies 20 (2005), 255-63.
  • 'Corrections to the Womersley Text of Gibbon's Decline and Fall'. Notes and Queries 52 (2005), 374-76.
  • 'Marvell's First Anniversary and Ammianus Marcellinus'. Notes and Queries 52 (2005), 317-18.
  • 'Varieties of Power in Antony and Cleopatra'. Sydney Studies in English 30 (2004), 42-59.
  • 'Matters of State'. In The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy, ed. Alexander Leggatt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. (pp. 198-214.)
  • 'Bellona Britannica: The Discourse of Triumph in Early Modern England'. In The Touch of the Real: Essays in Early Modern Culture in Honour of Stephen Greenblatt, ed. Philippa Kelly. Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2002. (pp. 159-76.)
  • 'The Roman Triumph in Purcell's Odes'. Music and Letters 83 (2002), 371-82.
  • 'Words before blows': Civil and Military in Julius Caesar'. Sydney Studies in English 28 (2002), 124-135.
  • 'Julius Caesar in the Cold War: The Houseman-Mankiewicz Film'. Literature/Film Quarterly 28 (2000), 95-100.
  • ''The English Hunter': Marvell's Cromwell and Tacitus' Agricola'. Classical and Modern Literature 20/2 (2000), 67-72.
  • 'Domains of Victory: Staging and Contesting the Roman Triumph in Renaissance England'. In: Playing the Globe: Genre and Geography in English Renaissance Drama, ed. John Gillies and Virginia Mason Vaughan. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1998. (pp. 260-87.)
  • '"Imperial Caesar": Shakespeare's Julius Caesar on the Australian Stage, 1856-1889'. Australasian Drama Studies 33 (1998), 80-94.
  • 'The Defence of Poesy' by Sir Philip Sidney. 'An Essay on Man' by Alexander Pope. In: Encyclopedia of the Essay, ed. Tracy Chevalier. London and Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997. (pp. 209-10, 269-70.)
  • 'A Source for Segar's Honor Military and Ciuill'. Notes and Queries 44 (1997), 516-19.
  • ''In this last tempest': Modernising Shakespeare's Tempest on Film'. Sydney Studies in English 23 (1997-8), 24-40.
  • 'Marvell and the Roman Triumph'. In: Imperfect Apprehensions: Essays in English Literature in Honour of G.A. Wilkes, ed. Geoffrey Little. Sydney: Challis Press, 1996. (pp. 88-99.)
  • 'Astrophil and Stella 107.14 and Petrarch's Triumphus Cupidinis I.42'. Sidney Newsletter and Journal 13 (1995), 26-27.
  • 'David Lindsay and His Parnassus Poeticus'. Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand Bulletin 18 (1994), 81-85.
  • ''Insignia Triumphalia': The Roman Triumph in Antony and Cleopatra'. In: Shakespeare and the World Elsewhere, ed. Robin Eaden, Heather Kerr and Madge Mitton. Adelaide: Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association, 1993. (pp. 15-22.)
  • 'Wyatts "Mine Owne John Poyntz" and Juvenal'. Notes and Queries 38 (1991), 22.
  • 'Jonson's Praise of Shakespeare and Cicero's De oratore, III.vii'. Notes and Queries 38 (1991), 82-83.
  • 'Henry IV Part 1 and Renaissance Ideologies'. Sydney Studies in English 16 (1990-91), 33-53.
  • 'Astrophil and Stella and Plato's Phaedrus, 252'. Sidney Newsletter and Journal 11 (1990), 14-16.
  • '"These forcd ioyes": Imitation, Celebration, and Exhortation in Ben Jonson's Ode to Sir William Sidney'. Studies in Philology 86 (1989), 42-68.
  • 'Herodotus in Arcadia'. Sidney Newsletter 8,2 (1988), 3-9.
  • 'Sidney's Apology for Poetry and Plutarch's Moralia'. English Literary Renaissance 17 (1987), 259-76.
  • 'A Reminiscence of Erasmus in Hamlet, III.ii.92-95'. English Language Notes 24 (1986), 19-22.
  • 'Hamlet: Mirrors of Revenge'. Sydney Studies in English 11 (1985-86), 3-22.
  • 'The Roman State in Julius Caesar and Sejanus'. In: Jonson and Shakespeare, ed. Ian Donaldson. London: Macmillan, 1983. (pp. 179-201.)
  • 'The Text of Jonson's Translation of Martial, X.xlvii'. English Language Notes 21 (1983), 8-10.
  • 'Coriolanus: The Tragedy of Virtus'. Sydney Studies in English 9 (1983-84), 37-60.
  • 'Ben Jonson's "Epistle to Elizabeth Countesse of Rutland": A Recovered MS Reading and Its Critical Implications'. Philological Quarterly 62 (1983), 525-30.
  • 'Roles and Players in Henry IV Part 1'. Sydney Studies in English 7 (1981-82), 32-48.