- (2013) with Suzanne Gilbert. Scottish Traditional Literatures. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
- (2010) ed. Nancy Brysson Morrison’s Mary Queen of Scots. Kennedy and Boyd.
- (2011) ed. Violet Jacob, The Golden Heart and Other Fairy Stories. Glasgow: Kennedy and Boyd, 2011.
- (2007) with Sarah Carpenter. ‘Joyous Sweit Imaginatioun’. Scottish Literature, Medieval to Victorian. Essays in Honour of Professor R.D.S. Jack. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
- (2005) Scottish Ballads. ASLS: Glasgow.
- (2004) co-editor with Evelyn S. Newlyn and C. Marie Harker. Woman and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Writing. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
- (2003) co-editor with Margery Palmer McCulloch. A Flame in the Mearns. Lewis Grassic Gibbon: A Centenary Celebration. Glasgow: ASLS.
- (2002) co-editor with Douglas Gifford and Alan McGillivray. Scottish Literature. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
- (2002) Eros and Poetry at the Courts of Mary Queen of Scots and James VI Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Book Chapters and articles
- (2013) ‘Introduction’ and ‘Early Modern Period’ for The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Traditional Literatures, edited by Dunnigan and Suzanne Gilbert (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press).
- (2012) ‘Spirituality’, The Edinburgh Companion to Scottish Women’s Writing, edited by Glenda Norquay (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press).
- (2011) ‘The Enchanted Worlds of Scott, Scotland, and the Grimms’, Scotland and the Nineteenth Century World, edited by Carruthers, Goldie and Renfrew (Amsterdam: Rodopi Press).
- (2011) ‘Literary metamorphoses: the reframing of enchantment in Cromek, Cunningham, and Chambers’, The Folk Revival, edited by Perraudin and Matthews (Ashgate).
- (2011) ‘Reformation and Renaissance Literature’, The Cambridge Companion to Scottish Literature, edited by Gerard Carruthers and Liam McGivney (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
- (2011) ‘Orpheus in Fairyland? Henryson’s hellish romance’, ‘Fresch Fontanis’: Medieval and Renaissance Scottish Literature, edited by Janet Hadley Wiliams and J. Derrick McClure (Cambridge: Scolars Press).
- (2011) ‘Alice Thompson’s Gothic metamorphoses: the allusive languages of myth, fairy tale, and monstrosity in The Falconer’, Gothic Studies (special issue on ‘Scottish Gothic’ edited by Monica Germana).
- (2011) “‘Strange stories“: collecting, translating, and imagining mermaids in early nineteenth-century Scotland’, Sun Yat-sen Journal of Humanities (special issue on the nineteenth century edited by Shu-Fang Lai)
- (2011) 'Away with the Fairies and Back Again: (Re) reading Robert Kirk', Edinburgh Review, 132 (2011)
- (2009) ‘Burns and Women’, The Edinburgh Companion to Burns, edited by Gerard Caruthers (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press).
- (2007) ‘Drummond and the Meaning of Beauty’, Scottish Literature. Medieval to Victorian, edited by Sarah Carpenter and Sarah M. Dunnigan (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi Press).
- (2005) ‘Feminising the early modern erotic: female-voiced love lyrics and Mary, Queen of Scots’, Later Sixteenth-Century Scots Literature edited by Sally Mapstone (East Linton: Tuckwell Press), pp. 441-66.
- (2005) ‘A new critical cartography: pre- and postUnion Scottish Renaissance’, A History of Scottish Literature edited by Marco Fazzini (Venice: Supernova), pp. 99-120.
- (2004) ‘Daughterly desires: representing and reimagining the feminine in Anna Hume’s Triumphs’, Woman and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Writing edited by Sarah M. Dunnigan, C.Marie Harker, and Evelyn S. Newlyn (Palgrave).
- (2004) ‘The Return of the Repressed’, Beyond Scotland: New Contexts for Twentieth Century Scottish Literature edited by Gerard Carruthers, David Goldie and Alastair Renfrew (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi).
- (2003) --- with Margery Palmer McCulloch. ‘Introduction’, A Flame in the Mearns. Lewis Grassic Gibbon: A Centenary Celebration, edited by Margery Palmer MCulloch and Sarah M. Dunnigan (Glasgow: ASLS), pp. 15-26.
- (2003) ‘Impossible saint, improbable Magdalen?: Henryson’s Cresseid’, The Flouer o’ Makarheid, edited by Morna R. Fleming (Dunfermline).
- (2002) ‘Opening the Door: Women’s Fiction 1921-1947. Scottish Literature, edited by Douglas Gifford, Sarah Dunnigan and Alan McGillivray (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press)
- (2002) ‘Widening the Range: Medieval and Renaissance Literature.’ Scottish Literature, edited by Douglas Gifford, Sarah Dunnigan and Alan McGillivray (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press)
- (2002) ‘The hawk and the dove: religion, desire, and aesthetics in Catherine Carswell’s Open the Door!’, Opening the Doors: the Achievement of Catherine Carswell, edited by Carol Anderson (Edinburgh: The Ramsay Head Press), pp. 93-108.
- (2001) ‘Discovering desire in the Amatoria of James VI’. Royal Subjects: the Writings of James VI and I, edited by Daniel Fischlin and Mark Fortier (University of Wayne State Press)
- (2000) ‘ “O venus soverane”: erotic politics and poetic practice at the courts of Mary, Queen of Scots and James VI’, Terranglian Territories edited by Susanne Hagemann (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2000), pp. 161-77.
- (2000) ‘The Longer Fiction of A.L. Kennedy: Articulate Grace’, Contemporary Scottish Women Writers, edited by Aileen Christianson and Alison Lumsden (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000), pp. 144-55. 1999) ‘Poetic Objects of Desire: rhetorical culture and seductive arts in the lyrics of John Stewart of Baldynneis’, Scottish Literary Journal 26.1, pp. 7-28.
- (1999) ‘Female gifts: rhetoric, beauty and the beloved in the lyrics of Alexander Montgomerie’, Scottish Literary Journal 26.2, pp. 59-78. sovereignty, and female controversies in sixteenth century Scottish poetry’, Scotlands 5.2, pp. 65-88.
- (1997) ‘Scottish Women Writers c1560-c1650’, A History of Scottish Women’s Writing edited by Douglas Gifford and Dorothy Macmillan (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1997), pp. 15-43.
- (1996) ‘Rewriting the Renaissance language of love and desire: the “bodily burdein” in the poetry of Mary, Queen of Scots.’ Gramma 4 (special issue on ‘The Erotic in Women’s Poetry’], pp. 183 -95.
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This article was published on Sep 12, 2011