Ancrene Wisse: From Pastoral Literature to Vernacular Spirituality (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008)
Texts and Traditions of Medieval Pastoral Literature: Essays in Honour of Bella Millett, co-ed. with Catherine Innes-Parker (York: York Medieval Press, in association with Boydell & Brewer, 2009)
‘Was there an anchoress at Colne Priory?’ Essex Archaeology and History, 2 (2011, pub. 2013), 117-123
Forthcoming: Anonymous Then, Invisible Now: The Readers of Sermon a Dames Religioses in Antwerp volume of Nuns’ Literacies (more…)
To be published by Boydell and Brewer on 18th October.
The collection of essays constitutes a fresh consideration of the enduring tradition of the Seven Deadly Sins, showing its continuing post-medieval influence. The tradition of the seven deadly sins played a considerable role in western culture, even after the supposed turning-point of the Protestant reformation, as the essays collected her demonstrate.
Contains my essay on Vices and Virtues: A Reassessment of Stowe MS 34.
A short article to be published in Essex Archaeology and History. A recent Time Team dig at the site of Colne Priory in north Essex discovered the outline of a ‘mysterious room’ attached to the priory church. Was this the cell of an anchoress enclosed at the end of the twelfth century? (more…)
edited by Cate Gunn and Catherine Innes-Parker was published in December 2009.