Dr Rebecca McNamara

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Journals

  • McNamara, R., McIlvenna, U. (2014). Medieval and Early Modern Emotional Responses to Death and Dying. Parergon, 31(2), 1-10. [More Information]
  • McNamara, R. (2014). The Sorrow of Soreness: Infirmity and Suicide in Medieval England. Parergon, 31(2), 11-34.
  • McNamara, R., Ruys, J. (2014). Unlocking the Silences of the Self-Murdered: Textual Approaches to Suicidal Emotions in the Middle Ages. Exemplaria, 26(1), 58-80. [More Information]
  • McNamara, R. (2013). [Book Review] 'Multilingualism in Medieval Britain (c. 1066-1520): Sources and Analysis' edited by Judith A. Jefferson and Ad Putter. Parergon, 30(2), 200-201. [More Information]
  • McNamara, R. (2012). 'Diversity in setting of words makes diversity in understanding': Bureaucratic and Political Language in Thomas Usk's Testament of Love. New Medieval Literatures, 14, 165-199. [More Information]
  • McNamara, R. (2011). [Book Review] Elisabeth Salter and Helen Wicker, eds., Vernacularity in England and Wales, c. 1300-1550 (Turnhout, 2011). Parergon, 2011.
  • McNamara, R. (2009). [Review] Nicole Lassahn, 'Langland's Rats Revisited: Conservatism, Commune, and Political Unanimity' Viator 39 (2008), 127-155. Annotated Bibliography of English Studies, 39.
  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Book Review] Alan T. Gaylord, The Art of Chaucer’s Verse (New York and London, 2001). Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.
  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Book Review] J. J. Anderson, Language and Imagination in the Gawain-Poems (Manchester, 2005). Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.
  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Review] Andrew Lynch, '"Manly Cowardyse": Thomas Hoccleve's Peace Strategy' Medium Aevum 73 (2004), 306-323. Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.
  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Review] Peter Whiteford, 'Rereading Gawain's Five Wits' Medium Aevum 73 (2004), 225-234. Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.

2014

  • McNamara, R., McIlvenna, U. (2014). Medieval and Early Modern Emotional Responses to Death and Dying. Parergon, 31(2), 1-10. [More Information]
  • McNamara, R. (2014). The Sorrow of Soreness: Infirmity and Suicide in Medieval England. Parergon, 31(2), 11-34.
  • McNamara, R., Ruys, J. (2014). Unlocking the Silences of the Self-Murdered: Textual Approaches to Suicidal Emotions in the Middle Ages. Exemplaria, 26(1), 58-80. [More Information]

2013

  • McNamara, R. (2013). [Book Review] 'Multilingualism in Medieval Britain (c. 1066-1520): Sources and Analysis' edited by Judith A. Jefferson and Ad Putter. Parergon, 30(2), 200-201. [More Information]

2012

  • McNamara, R. (2012). 'Diversity in setting of words makes diversity in understanding': Bureaucratic and Political Language in Thomas Usk's Testament of Love. New Medieval Literatures, 14, 165-199. [More Information]

2011

  • McNamara, R. (2011). [Book Review] Elisabeth Salter and Helen Wicker, eds., Vernacularity in England and Wales, c. 1300-1550 (Turnhout, 2011). Parergon, 2011.

2009

  • McNamara, R. (2009). [Review] Nicole Lassahn, 'Langland's Rats Revisited: Conservatism, Commune, and Political Unanimity' Viator 39 (2008), 127-155. Annotated Bibliography of English Studies, 39.

2008

  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Book Review] Alan T. Gaylord, The Art of Chaucer’s Verse (New York and London, 2001). Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.
  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Book Review] J. J. Anderson, Language and Imagination in the Gawain-Poems (Manchester, 2005). Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.
  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Review] Andrew Lynch, '"Manly Cowardyse": Thomas Hoccleve's Peace Strategy' Medium Aevum 73 (2004), 306-323. Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.
  • McNamara, R. (2008). [Review] Peter Whiteford, 'Rereading Gawain's Five Wits' Medium Aevum 73 (2004), 225-234. Annotated Bibliography of English Studies.

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