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Bartram, C. (2013) ‘Honoured of posteryte by record of wrytinge’: Memory, reputation and the role of the book within commemorative practices in Late Elizabethan Kent. In: Penman, M., ed. Monuments and Monumentality across Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Proceedings of the 2011 Stirling Conference. Shaun Tyas. ISBN 9781907730283

Bartram, C. and Dixon, M. (2013) 'With the consent of the towne, and other skillfull marryners and gentlemen': an examination of textual negotiations in the Elizabethan restoration of Dover Harbour 1582-1605. In: Sweetinburgh, S., ed. Negotiating the Political in Northern European Urban Society, c.1400-1600. Tempe, Arizona, USA: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. ISBN 9780866984829


Orman, S. (2014) Nathan Field's theatre of excess: youth culture and bodily excess on the early modern stage. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Stilma, A. (2010) "As Warriouris in Ane Camp": the image of King James VI as a Crusader. In: McGinley, K. and Royan, N., eds. The Apparelling of Truth: Literature and Literary Culture in the Reign of James VI: A Festschrift for Roderick J. Lyall. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. pp. 241-251 ISBN 9781443818735

Stilma, A. (2011) "If angels fight": angels, demons and political action in two early Jacobean history plays. Critical Survey, 23 (2). pp. 9-25. ISSN 0011-1570.

Stilma, A. (2012) Tyrants and translations: Dutch interpretations of George Buchanan's political thought. In: Erskine, C. and Mason, R., eds. George Buchanan: Political Thought in Early Modern Britain and Europe. St Andrews Studies in Reformation History. Aldershot: Ashgate. pp. 152-177 ISBN 9780754662389

Stilma, A. (2013) William Alexander, King James, and neo-stoic advice to princes in The Monarchick Tragedies. In: Parkinson, D., ed. James VI and I, Literature and Scotland: Tides of Change, 1567-1625. Groningen Studies in Cultural Change. Leuven: Peeters. pp. 233-249 ISBN 9789042926912


Williams, C. B. (2017) "This and the rest Maisters we all may mende": reconstructing the practices and anxieties of a manuscript miscellany's reader-compiler. Huntington Library Quarterly, 80 (2). pp. 277-292. ISSN 0018-7895.

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