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Dr Natalie Hanna BA (Hons), MA, PhD

Lecturer English

Publications

2021

"To Take a Wyf": Marriage, Status and Moral Conduct in "The Merchant's Tale" (Chapter)

Hanna, N. (n.d.). "To Take a Wyf": Marriage, Status and Moral Conduct in "The Merchant's Tale". In W. Kate, & W. Ellie (Eds.), Medieval Intersections Gender and Status in Europe in the Middle Ages (pp. 61-74). Berghahn Books.

2019

Geoffrey Chaucer: The Short Poems (Chapter)

Hanna, N. (2019). Geoffrey Chaucer: The Short Poems. In J. McKinstry, & P. Sarah (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia (Vol. 1.2.1.02, Medieval and Early Modern England, 1066-1485 ed.).

2018

What is Banter and Why is it Sexist? (Media)

O., P. (2018). What is Banter and Why is it Sexist?. [The Independent].

Trump, Omarosa and Dangerous Stereotypes about Women (Media)

Hanna, N. (2018). Trump, Omarosa and Dangerous Stereotypes about Women. [Newsweek (U.S.)].

2017

Geoffrey Chaucer The Merchant's Tale (Chapter)

Hanna, N. (2017). Geoffrey Chaucer The Merchant's Tale. In The Literary Encyclopedia: Medieval and Early Modern England, 1066-1485 (Vol. 1.2.1.02). The Literary Dictionary. Retrieved from https://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=36247

Sexist 'banter' has been defended as entertainment for 600 years (Internet publication)

Hanna, N. (2017). Sexist 'banter' has been defended as entertainment for 600 years. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

2016

Chaucer's worthiest knight: Heroic Identity in 'Troilus and Criseyde' (forth. 2019) (Chapter)

Hanna, N. (n.d.). Chaucer's worthiest knight: Heroic Identity in 'Troilus and Criseyde' (forth. 2019). Oxford: Peter Lang.

Gender and Social Status in Chaucer's Language (Thesis / Dissertation)

Hanna, N. (2016, October 10). Gender and Social Status in Chaucer's Language.

"To take a wyf”: Marriage, Status, and Moral Conduct in “The Merchant’s Tale” (Journal article)

Hanna, N. (2016). "To take a wyf”: Marriage, Status, and Moral Conduct in “The Merchant’s Tale”. Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historiques, 42(01), 61-74. doi:10.3167/hrrh.2016.420106

DOI: 10.3167/hrrh.2016.420106