Dr Una Mc Ilvenna

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Selected grants

2012

  • Putting Periodisation to Use: Exploring the Limits of Early Modernity; Gagne J, Gal O, Gaukroger S, Griffiths H, Maddox A, McIlvenna U, Parsons N, Semler L; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Collaborative Research Scheme.

Selected publications & creative works

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Book Chapters

  • McIlvenna, U. (2015). Poison, Pregnancy and Protestants: Gossip and Scandal at the Early Modern French Court. In C. Walker and H. Kerr (Eds.), 'Fama' and her Sisters: Gossip and Rumour in Early Modern Europe. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers.
  • McIlvenna, U. (2014). 'A Stable of Whores'?: The 'Flying Squadron' of Catherine de Medici. In Nadine Akkerman, Brigid Houben (Eds.), The Politics of Female Households: Ladies-In-Waiting across Early Modern Europe, (pp. 181-208). Leiden: Brill.

Journals

  • McNamara, R., McIlvenna, U. (2014). Medieval and Early Modern Emotional Responses to Death and Dying. Parergon, 31(2), 1-10. [More Information]
  • McIlvenna, U. (2012). Word versus Honor: The Case of Fran├žoise de Rohan vs. Jacques de Savoie. Journal of Early Modern History: contacts, comparisons, contrasts, 16(2012), 315-334. [More Information]

Textual Creative Works

  • McIlvenna, U. (2012). Singing of Executions: Ballads as News Media in Early Modern Europe. Singing Emotions: Voices from History, (pp. 13 - 16). Perth, Australia: ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.

Live Performance - Interarts

  • McIlvenna, U., Turner, G., Kelly, M. (2012). Bodies in Distress. This is Not Art (TiNA) festival. Lock-Up Cultural Centre, Newcastle, Australia: This is Not Art (TiNA).

Recorded / Rendered Performance

  • McIlvenna, U. (2012). A Woeful Sinner's Fall: ballads of execution, Radio broadcast, Sydney, Australia: ABC Radio National.

2015

  • McIlvenna, U. (2015). Poison, Pregnancy and Protestants: Gossip and Scandal at the Early Modern French Court. In C. Walker and H. Kerr (Eds.), 'Fama' and her Sisters: Gossip and Rumour in Early Modern Europe. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers.

2014

  • McIlvenna, U. (2014). 'A Stable of Whores'?: The 'Flying Squadron' of Catherine de Medici. In Nadine Akkerman, Brigid Houben (Eds.), The Politics of Female Households: Ladies-In-Waiting across Early Modern Europe, (pp. 181-208). Leiden: Brill.
  • McNamara, R., McIlvenna, U. (2014). Medieval and Early Modern Emotional Responses to Death and Dying. Parergon, 31(2), 1-10. [More Information]

2012

  • McIlvenna, U. (2012). A Woeful Sinner's Fall: ballads of execution, Radio broadcast, Sydney, Australia: ABC Radio National.
  • McIlvenna, U., Turner, G., Kelly, M. (2012). Bodies in Distress. This is Not Art (TiNA) festival. Lock-Up Cultural Centre, Newcastle, Australia: This is Not Art (TiNA).
  • McIlvenna, U. (2012). Singing of Executions: Ballads as News Media in Early Modern Europe. Singing Emotions: Voices from History, (pp. 13 - 16). Perth, Australia: ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.
  • McIlvenna, U. (2012). Word versus Honor: The Case of Fran├žoise de Rohan vs. Jacques de Savoie. Journal of Early Modern History: contacts, comparisons, contrasts, 16(2012), 315-334. [More Information]

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