Academic staff profiles
- Masks and Masking in Medieval and Early Tudor England. London: Ashgate, 2002 (with Meg Twycross). Recipient of David Bevington Award for Best New Book in Early Drama Studies 2004, by the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society.
- Joyous Sweit Imaginatioun: Essays in Honour of Professor R.D.S. Jack, ed Sarah Carpenter and Sarah Dunnigan, SCROLL. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2007.
- Porci Ante Margaritam: Essays in Honour of Meg Twycross, ed Sarah Carpenter, Pamela King, and Peter Meredith, Leeds Studies in English, New Series XXXII. Leeds: School of English, University of Leeds, 2001.
- ‘Towards a reformed theatre: David Lyndsay and Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis’, Year’s Work in English Studies 2013
- ‘“Gely with the Arms of Scotland England”: Word, Image and Performance at the marriage of James IV and Margaret Tudor’ in ‘Fresche fontanis’: Studies in the Culture of Medieval and Early Modern Scotland, ed Janet Hadley Williams and J Derrick McClure (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2013)pp 165-177.
- ‘Respublica’ for The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Drama, ed Tom Betteridge and Greg Walker (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012) pp 514-30.
- ‘Scottish drama until 1650’ The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Drama, ed Ian Brown, Edinburgh University Press, 2011, pp.6-21
- ‘Love and Chastity: Political Performance in Scottish, French and English Courts of the 1560s’, Joyous Sweit Imaginatioun: Essays in Honour of Professor R.D.S. Jack (see Edited books).
- ‘David Lindsay and James V: Court Literature as Current Event’ in Vernacular Literature and Current Event in France, England and Scotland on the Eve of the Reformation, ed J and R Britnell, London: Ashgate, 2000, pp 135-152
- ‘Early Scottish Drama’ in The History of Scottish Literature Vol 1: Origins to 1660, ed R.D.S.Jack, Aberdeen, 1988, pp.199-212
- 'David Lyndsay and George Buchanan: contrasts in reforming theatre', IJOST 5:2 (2013) 4-26
- ‘Verity’s Bible’, METh 33 (2011) pub 2013
- ‘The Politics of Unreason: Ane Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis and the practices of folly’, Theta 10 (2013)
- ‘Plays and Playcoats: a lost Scottish interlude tradition?’, Comparative Drama 46:4 2012, 475-96
- ‘New evidence: Vives and audience-response to biblical drama’, Medieval English Theatre 31 (2009) pub 2011, pp. 3-12.
- ‘Monarch, State and People: dramatised ideologies in the 1550s’, Theta 9 (2011) Ideologies in Debate: Spectacle and Representation in Tudor England (http://umr6576.cesr.univ-tours.fr/publications/Theta9/) 95-112
- ‘ “To thexaltacyon of noblesse”: a herald’s account of the marriage of Margaret Tudor and James IV’, Medieval English Theatre 29 (2007), pub 2009, pp 104-120.
- ‘Masking and Politics: the Alison Craik Incident, Edinburgh 1561’, Renaissance Studies Vol. 21 No. 5 (2007) pp 625-636.
- ‘Performing Diplomacies: the 1560s court entertainments of Mary, Queen of Scots’ Scottish Historical Review LXXXII: 2 (October 2003) pp 194-225
- ‘My Lady Tongue: Thomas Tomkis’s Lingua’, Medieval English Theatre 24 (2002) pp 3-14
- ‘Scottish Guising: Medieval And Modern Theatre Games’ International Journal of Scottish Theatre Vol.2 no.2 (December 2001)
- (with Graham Runnals) ‘The Entertainments at the Marriage of Mary Queen of Scots and the French Dauphin Francois, 1558: Paris and Edinburgh’ Medieval English Theatre 22, 2000, pp 145-161
- ‘The Sixteenth Century Court Audience: Spectators or Performers?’ Medieval English Theatre 19, 1997, pp 3-14
- ‘Women and Carnival Masking’ Records of Early English Drama, Vol 21, no 2, 1996, pp 9-16
- ‘Masks and Mirrors: Questions of Identity in Medieval Morality Drama’ Medieval English Theatre Vol 13:2, 1991, pp 7-17
- ‘Drama and Politics: Scotland in the 1530s’ Medieval English Theatre Vol 10:2, 1988, pp.81-90
- ‘Walter Binning: Decorative and Theatrical Painter (fl 1540-94)’ Medieval English Theatre Vol 10:1, 1988.
- ‘Morality Play Characters,’ Medieval English Theatre Vol 5:1 (1983), pp.18-28
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This article was published on Nov 26, 2012