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Publications:  Dr Ruth Ahnert

AHNERT R (2016) . Maps Versus Networks.News Networks in Early Modern Europe, Editors: Raymond, J, Moxham, N, vol. 47, Brill
Hamlin H, Temperley N, White M et al. (2015) . Re-forming the Psalms in Tudor England. Editors: AHNERT, R, Wiley Blackwell
Ahnert R, Ahnert SE (2015) . Protestant letter networks in the reign of Mary I: A quantitative approach.ELH - English Literary History vol. 82, (1) 1-33.
Ahnert R (2015) . The psalms and the English Reformation.Renaissance Studies vol. 29, (4) 493-508.
Ahnert R, Ahnert SE (2014) . A Community Under Attack: Protestant Letter Networks in the Reign of Mary I.Leonardo vol. 47, (3)
AHNERT R (2013) . Imitating Inquisition: Dialectical Bias in Protestant Prison Writings.The Culture of Inquisition in Medieval England, Editors: Flannery, M, Walter, K, Boydell and Brewer
AHNERT R (2013) . Inscribed in Memory: The Prison Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt.Henry VIII and the Court: Art, Politics and Performance, Editors: Betteridge, T, Lipscomb, S, Ashgate (Farnham),
AHNERT R (2013) . The Rise of Prison Literature in the Sixteenth Century.Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
AHNERT R (2012) . Drama King: The Portrayal of Henry VIII in Robert Bolt’s A Man for All Seasons.Henry VIII and History, Editors: Betteridge, T, Freeman, TS, Ashgate
AHNERT R (2012) . The Prison in Early Modern Drama.Literature Compass vol. 9, (1) 34-47.
AHNERT R (2011) . Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers, vol. 1: Early Tudor Writers edited by Elaine V. Beilin Rape and the Rise of the Author: Gendering Intention in Early Modern England by Amy Greenstadt.Gender & History vol. 23, (1) 187-189.
AHNERT R (2011) . ‘The King and the Codpiece’, review of Henry VIII and His Afterlives: Literature, Politics and Art, ed.Mark Rankin, Christopher Highley, and John N. King (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).The Cambridge Quarterly vol. 40, (3) 271-277.
Ahnert R (2009) . Writing in the Tower of London during the Reformation, ca. 1530-1558.Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 72, (2) 168-192.
AHNERT R. 'Read, Mark, Learn', review of The Book of Common Prayer: The Texts of 1549, 1559, and 1662, ed. Brian Cummings (Oxford University Press, 2011).The Cambridge Quarterly vol. 3, (41) 383-389.
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