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John Foxe and the Jews - Sharon Achinstein
Foxe's Christus Triumphans - Lynne M Robertson
Thomas S. Freeman and Sarah Elizabeth Wall - The Account of Anne Askew in Foxe's Book of Martyrs
John N. King - "The Light of Printing": William Tyndale, John Foxe, John Day, and Early Modern Print Culture
Laurie Shannon - "His Apparel Was Done Upon Him":  Rites of Personage in Foxe's Book of Martyrs
Derek B. Alwes - "I would faine serve": John Lyly's Career at Court

The politics of time in Edmund Spenser's English calendar - Alison A. Chapman

Edmund Spenser, Mary Sidney, and the Doleful Lay - Pamela Coren

Redcrosse's 'springing well' of scriptural faith - Thomas A. Dughi

Courteous virtu in Spenser's Book 6 of 'The Faerie Queene' - Bruce Danner

Hellish Work in The Faerie Queene - Maurice Hunt

Spenserian Paralysis - William A. Oram

The Poetics of Accommodation in Spenser's "Epithalamion" - Judith Owens

Women's Friendship and the Refusal of Lesbian Desire in The Faerie Queene - Tracey Sedinger

Poetic Parthenogenesis and Spenser's Idea of Creation in The Faerie Queene - Elizabeth A. Spiller

Displacing feminine authority in 'The Faerie Queene' - Mary Villeponteaux
J. Richards - Assumed Simplicity and the Critique of Nobility: Or, How Castiglione Read Cicero

Scherb - Conception, flies, and heresy in Skelton's 'Replycacion'

Biester - "A pleasant and terrible reverence": maintenance of majesty in Sidney's 'New Arcadia'

Grossberg - Politics and shifting desire in Sidney's New Arcadia

Kinney - Chivalry unmasked: courtly spectacle and the abuses of romance in Sidney's 'New Arcadia.'

Lamb - Exhibiting class and displaying the body in Sidney's 'Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia'

Lamb - Apologizing for pleasure in Sidney's 'Apology for Poetry'

Lei - Relational Antifeminism in Sidney's Arcadia

Miller - The passion signified: imitation and the construction of emotions in Sidney and Wroth

Baker - Topical utopias: radicalizing humanism in sixteenth-century England.

Freeman - More's Place in "No Place": The Self-Fashioning Transaction in Utopia

Steven Gunn - Henry VII and Charles the Bold: brothers under the skin

Glenn Richardson - Good friends and brothers? Francis I and Henry VIII

Richard Rex - Henry VIII and his Church

Jed Ross - Henry VIII's early foreign policy, 1509-29

Hobson - Country Mouse and Towny Mouse: Truth in Wyatt