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Prof Nandini Das B.A. (Oxon), M.Phil. (Cantab.), PhD(Cantab)

Professor of English Literature English

    Publications

    2019

    Early Modern Travel Writing (2): English Travel Writing (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2019). Early Modern Travel Writing (2): English Travel Writing. In N. Das, & T. Youngs (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Travel Writing (pp. 77). Cambridge University Press.

    Introduction (Chapter)

    Das, N., & Youngs, T. (2019). Introduction. In N. Das, & T. Youngs (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Travel Writing (pp. 1). Cambridge University Press.

    The Cambridge History of Travel Writing (Book)

    Das, N. (2019). The Cambridge History of Travel Writing. N. Das, & T. Youngs (Eds.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    2018

    Euphuism and courtly fiction (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2018). Euphuism and courtly fiction. In The Oxford History of the Novel in English: Volume 1: Prose Fiction in English from the Origins of Print to 1750 (pp. 163-179). doi:10.1093/oso/9780199580033.003.0010

    DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199580033.003.0010

    Sir Thomas Roe Eyewitness to a Changing World (Book)

    Das, N. (2018). Sir Thomas Roe Eyewitness to a Changing World.

    2017

    Hakluyt's Principall Navigations, Voyages, Traffikes, and Discoveries of the English Nation, 1598-1600. Volume VI: Elizabethan Levant Trade and South Asia (Scholarly edition)

    Das, N. (2017). Hakluyt's Principall Navigations, Voyages, Traffikes, and Discoveries of the English Nation, 1598-1600. Volume VI: Elizabethan Levant Trade and South Asia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Instances of the Everyday: Romance beyond Wonder (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2017). Instances of the Everyday: Romance beyond Wonder. In G. Stanivukovic (Ed.), Romance Writing in English Literature (pp. 159-182). Toronto: McGill-Queen's University Press.

    2016

    Enchantment and dis-enchantment in Shakespeare and early modern drama: Wonder, the sacred, and the supernatural (Chapter)

    Das, N., & Davis, N. (2016). Enchantment and dis-enchantment in Shakespeare and early modern drama: Wonder, the sacred, and the supernatural. In Unknown Book (pp. 1-193). doi:10.4324/9781315644998

    DOI: 10.4324/9781315644998

    Encounter as Process: England and Japan in the Late Sixteenth Century (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2016). Encounter as Process: England and Japan in the Late Sixteenth Century. Renaissance Quarterly, 69(4), 1343-1368. doi:10.1086/690315

    DOI: 10.1086/690315

    Placing Arcadia (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2016). Placing Arcadia. In Medieval Into Renaissance: Essays for Helen Cooper (pp. 143-162). Boydell & Brewer.

    Romance and the Reinvention of Wonder in the Early Seventeenth Century (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2016). Romance and the Reinvention of Wonder in the Early Seventeenth Century. In J. Glomski, & I. Moreau (Eds.), Seventeenth-Century Fiction Text and Transmission. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    2013

    'Islands of time: The Tempest and cultural memory' (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2013). 'Islands of time: The Tempest and cultural memory'. In V. M. Vaughan, & T. Doering (Eds.), Critical and Cultural Transformations: Shakespeare's The Tempest, 1611 to the Present (pp. 1-16). Tuebingen: Narr Verlag.

    'Richard Hakluyt and Travel Writing' (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2013). 'Richard Hakluyt and Travel Writing'. In A. Hadfield (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of English Prose, 1500-1640 (pp. 292-309). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    2012

    Richard Hakluyt's Two Indias: Textual Sparagmos and Editorial Practice (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2012). Richard Hakluyt's Two Indias: Textual Sparagmos and Editorial Practice. In D. Carey, & C. Jowitt (Eds.), Richard Hakluyt and Travel Writing in Early Modern Europe (pp. 119-128). Farnham, UK; Burlington VT, USA: Ashgate.

    2011

    'Elizabeth I and India' (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2011). 'Elizabeth I and India'. In C. Beem (Ed.), The Foreign Relations of Elizabeth I (pp. 201-220). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9780230118553

    DOI: 10.1057/9780230118553

    'Introduction: tales that travel, tales of travel' (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2011). 'Introduction: tales that travel, tales of travel'. Yearbook of English Studies, 41(1), 1-4.

    Elizabethan fiction: Euphuism and courtly fiction (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2011). Elizabethan fiction: Euphuism and courtly fiction. In T. Keymer (Ed.), The Oxford History of the Novel in English, Vol I: Origins of Print to 1759 (pp. not yet decided). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Renaissance Romance: The Transformation of English Prose Fiction, 1570-1620 (Book)

    Das, N. (2011). Renaissance Romance: The Transformation of English Prose Fiction, 1570-1620. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing.

    Romance re-charted: the 'ground-plots' of Sidney's Arcadia (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2011). Romance re-charted: the 'ground-plots' of Sidney's Arcadia. Yearbook of English Studies, 41(1), 51-67. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5699/yearenglstud.41.1.0051

    Shakespeare festivals and Jubilees (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2011). Shakespeare festivals and Jubilees. In B. Smith (Ed.), The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare (Vol. 2, pp. 1196-1200). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Special Issue: Travel and Early Modern Fiction. (Other)

    Cooper, H., Hadfield, A., Moseley, C., Maslen, R., Ward, A., Vitkus, D., . . . Campbell, M. (2011). Special Issue: Travel and Early Modern Fiction.. N. Das (Ed.).

    Yearbook of English Studies: Travel and Prose Fiction in Early Modern England (Book)

    Das, N. (Ed.) (2011). Yearbook of English Studies: Travel and Prose Fiction in Early Modern England. Leeds: MHRA.

    2010

    'Review of Greene in Conceit by John Dickenson, ed. Donald Beecher and David Margolies' (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2010). 'Review of Greene in Conceit by John Dickenson, ed. Donald Beecher and David Margolies'. Unknown Journal, 59(226), 305-307.

    'Sir William Jones' (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2010). 'Sir William Jones'. In H. Woudhuysen, & M. Suarez (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to the Book (pp. not yet decided). Oxford: OUP.

    'The Indian National Akademi' (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2010). 'The Indian National Akademi'. In H. Woudhuysen, & M. Suarez (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to the Book (pp. pagination not yet decided). Oxford: OUP.

    2009

    '"Apes of Imitation": Imitation and Identity in Sir Thomas Roe's Embassy to India' (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2009). '"Apes of Imitation": Imitation and Identity in Sir Thomas Roe's Embassy to India'. In J. Singh (Ed.), A Companion to the Global Renaissance: English Literature and Culture in the Era of Expansion. London: Blackwell.

    A "civil conversation": Humanist astrology and the Italianate tale in Robert Greene's Planetomachia (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2009). A "civil conversation": Humanist astrology and the Italianate tale in Robert Greene's Planetomachia. In A. Hadfield, & M. Dimmock (Eds.), Literature and Popular Culture in Early Modern England (pp. 151-164). Aldershot: Ashgate. Retrieved from http://www.ashgate.com/

    2008

    'Review of Jonathan Sell, Rhetoric and Wonder in English Travel Writing, 1560-1613' (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2008). 'Review of Jonathan Sell, Rhetoric and Wonder in English Travel Writing, 1560-1613'. Unknown Journal, 207-214.

    Renaissance Romance (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2008). Renaissance Romance. The Literary Encyclopedia and Literary Dictionary.

    2007

    'Katharine Wilson. Fictions of Authorship in Late Elizabethan Narratives: Euphues in Arcadia' (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2007). 'Katharine Wilson. Fictions of Authorship in Late Elizabethan Narratives: Euphues in Arcadia'. Unknown Journal, 305-307.

    Feeding an appetite for 'monstrous newfangledness': exploration and errancy in Robert Greene's cony-catching tales (Chapter)

    Das, N. (2007). Feeding an appetite for 'monstrous newfangledness': exploration and errancy in Robert Greene's cony-catching tales. In J. S. Mander (Ed.), Remapping the Rise of the European novel (pp. 75-87). Oxford: Voltaire Foundation.

    Robert Greene's Planetomachia (1585) (Scholarly edition)

    Das, N. (2007). Robert Greene's Planetomachia (1585). Aldershot: Ashgate.

    2006

    '[A] Place Among the Hindu Poets': Orientalism and the Poetry of Sir William Jones (1746?1794) (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2006). '[A] Place Among the Hindu Poets': Orientalism and the Poetry of Sir William Jones (1746?1794). Literature Compass, 3(6), 1235-1252. doi:10.1111/j.1741-4113.2006.00388.x

    DOI: 10.1111/j.1741-4113.2006.00388.x

    A New Source for Robert Greene's Planetomachia (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2006). A New Source for Robert Greene's Planetomachia. Notes and Queries, 53(4), 436-440. doi:10.1093/notesj/gjl149

    DOI: 10.1093/notesj/gjl149

    2005

    'Rev. of Sons and Authors in Elizabethan England, by Derek Alwes' (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2005). 'Rev. of Sons and Authors in Elizabethan England, by Derek Alwes'. Unknown Journal, 3(58), 1034-1035.

    2003

    'Romance and the Development of Prose Fiction in Renaissance England' (Thesis / Dissertation)

    Das, N. (2003). 'Romance and the Development of Prose Fiction in Renaissance England'. (PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge).

    2002

    ·Rev. of Women and Romance Fiction in the English Renaissance, by Helen Hackett (Journal article)

    Das, N. (2002). ·Rev. of Women and Romance Fiction in the English Renaissance, by Helen Hackett. Unknown Journal, 20, 106-110.

    Undated

    Conjurer laureates: reading early modern magicians with Derrida (Thesis / Dissertation)

    Gray, S. (n.d.). Conjurer laureates: reading early modern magicians with Derrida. (PhD Thesis, University of Liverpool).
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