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Professor Jill Rudd DPhil

Professor English

    Publications

    2018

    Farewel my bok: Paying attention to flowers in Chaucer’s Prologues to The Legend of Good Women (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. (2018). Farewel my bok: Paying attention to flowers in Chaucer’s Prologues to The Legend of Good Women. Postmedieval: A Journal of Medieval Cultural Studies, 9(4), 410-419. doi:10.1057/s41280-018-0099-x

    DOI: 10.1057/s41280-018-0099-x

    Lions, Mice and Learning from Animals in Henryson's Fables (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2018). Lions, Mice and Learning from Animals in Henryson's Fables. In B. Boehrer, M. Hand, & B. Massumi (Eds.), Animals, Animality and Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved from https://www.cambridge.org/

    2017

    Making the rocks disappear: Refocusing Chaucer's Knight's and Franklin's tales (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2017). Making the rocks disappear: Refocusing Chaucer's Knight's and Franklin's tales. In The Environmental Tradition in English Literature (pp. 117-129).

    2016

    Human responses to the environment in Medieval Literature (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2016). Human responses to the environment in Medieval Literature. In J. Parham, & L. Westling (Eds.), A Global History of Literature and the Environment (pp. 141-155). Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

    2015

    Shifting Identities and Landscapes in 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight' (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2015). Shifting Identities and Landscapes in 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight'. In B. Fannon (Ed.), Medieval English Literature (pp. 45-59). London: Palgrave. Retrieved from https://www.macmillanihe.com/

    2013

    'The Wilderness of Wirral' in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. (2013). 'The Wilderness of Wirral' in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Arthuriana, 23(1), 52-65.

    Being Green in Late Medieval English Literature (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2013). Being Green in Late Medieval English Literature. In G. Garrard (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook to Ecocriticism (pp. 78-97). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    2012

    'Animalia: a symposium on animals in medieval literature' (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. (2012). 'Animalia: a symposium on animals in medieval literature'. Studies in the Age of Chaucer, 34. doi:10.1353/sac.2012.0019;

    DOI: 10.1353/sac.2012.0019;

    2011

    '"Congenial work, with excitement and change": work, home and domestic relations in Gilman's short stories.' (Journal article)

    Rudd, J. (2011). '"Congenial work, with excitement and change": work, home and domestic relations in Gilman's short stories.'. Letterature d'America.

    'The Torn Voice in "The Giant Wistaria" and "The Unnatural Mother" (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. A. (2011). 'The Torn Voice in "The Giant Wistaria" and "The Unnatural Mother". In C. F. Kessler, & J. Tuttle (Eds.), Charlotte Perkins Gilman: New Texts, New Contexts. Ohio: Ohio State University Press.

    Substituting earth for God? Reverence, relation and defined places in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and The Secret Garden' (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2011). Substituting earth for God? Reverence, relation and defined places in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and The Secret Garden'. In W. Rossiter (Ed.), From the Green Knight to the Dark Knight: Ethics and Literature (pp. 17-30). Cambridge: Scholars Press.

    2010

    ''Sweit rois … delytsum lyllie": Metaphorical and real flowers in medieval verse (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. A. (2010). ''Sweit rois … delytsum lyllie": Metaphorical and real flowers in medieval verse. In G. Walker, & E. Traherne (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Reflections on Teaching Chaucer and Religion: The Nun's Priest's Tale and the Man of Law's Tale (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. A. (2010). Reflections on Teaching Chaucer and Religion: The Nun's Priest's Tale and the Man of Law's Tale. In H. Phillips, D. Dyas, & H. Philips (Eds.), Chaucer and Religion (pp. 196-208). Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer.

    The Green Knight's Balancing Act (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2010). The Green Knight's Balancing Act. In D. Matthews, & A. Bernau (Eds.), In Strange Countries: Middle English Literature and Its Afterlife. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

    2009

    'Why Does It Always Rain On Me?' Rain in Medieval Literature and Modern Thought (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. A. (2009). 'Why Does It Always Rain On Me?' Rain in Medieval Literature and Modern Thought. Green Letters: Journal of ASLE-UK.

    Medieval Women's Writing (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. A. (2009). Medieval Women's Writing. Unknown Journal, 10(2), 27-29.

    2008

    From Popular Science to Contemplation: Clouds in 'The Cloud of Unkowing' (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. A. (2008). From Popular Science to Contemplation: Clouds in 'The Cloud of Unkowing'. In S. Ruston (Ed.), Literature and Science (pp. 13-34). Leicester: The English Association.

    From popular science to contemplation: clouds in 'The Cloud of Unkowing' (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. (2008). From popular science to contemplation: clouds in 'The Cloud of Unkowing'. Essays and Studies: Literature and Science, 61, 13-34.

    Women poets of the nineteenth century (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. (2008). Women poets of the nineteenth century. MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW, 103(1), 197-198.

    2007

    Greenery: Ecocritical Readings of Late Medieval English Texts (Book)

    Rudd, G. (2007). Greenery: Ecocritical Readings of Late Medieval English Texts. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

    2006

    In the Mirror of Middle Earth: Langland's use of the world as a book and what we can make of it (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2006). In the Mirror of Middle Earth: Langland's use of the world as a book and what we can make of it. In F. Beckett, & T. Gifford (Eds.), Culture, Creativity and Environment: new environmentalist criticism (pp. OOO). Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi Press.

    Making mention of Aesop: Henryson's fable of the two mice (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. (2006). Making mention of Aesop: Henryson's fable of the two mice. Yearbook of English Studies: Translations, 36(1), 39-49.

    2005

    Analysing Sign Language Poetry (Book)

    Sutton-Spence, R., Rudd, R., & Ladd, J. (2005). Analysing Sign Language Poetry. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

    Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Herland (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2005). Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Herland. In D. Seed (Ed.), A Companion to Science Fiction (pp. 466-487). Oxford: Blackwell.

    2003

    Thinking through Earth in Langland's Piers Plowman and the Harley lyric 'Erthe toc of Erthe' (Journal article)

    Rudd, G. (2003). Thinking through Earth in Langland's Piers Plowman and the Harley lyric 'Erthe toc of Erthe'. Ecotheology: The Journal of Religion, Nature and the Environment, 8(2), 137-149.

    2002

    Making the Rocks Disappear: Ecocriticism and Chaucer's 'Knight's Tale' and 'Franklin's Tale' (Chapter)

    Rudd, G. (2002). Making the Rocks Disappear: Ecocriticism and Chaucer's 'Knight's Tale' and 'Franklin's Tale'. In J. Parham (Ed.), The Environmental Tradition in English Literature (pp. 117-129). Aldershot: Ashgate Press.

    2001

    The Complete Critical Guide to Geoffrey Chaucer (Book)

    Rudd, G. (2001). The Complete Critical Guide to Geoffrey Chaucer. London and New York: Routledge.