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Prof Sarah Peverley BA, PhD, FRHistS

Professor of English Literature English

Publications

Selected Publications

  1. A Tretis Compiled out of Diverse Cronicles (1440): A Study and Edition of the Short English Prose Chronicle Extant in London, British Library, Additional 34,764 (Journal article - 2019)
  2. Polemical History and The Wars of the Roses (Chapter - 2019)
  3. Tales of King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table (Book - 2017)
  4. John Hardyng's Chronicle: Edited from London British Library MS Lansdowne 204 (Scholarly edition - 2015)
  5. 'Anglo-Scottish Relations and John Hardyng's Chronicle' (Chapter - 2012)

2019

Polemical History and The Wars of the Roses (Chapter)

Peverley, S. (2019). Polemical History and The Wars of the Roses. In E. Steiner, J. Jahner, & E. Tyler (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Historical Writing: Britain and Ireland, 500-1500 (pp. 000). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

John Hardyng: Henry V's Secret Agent (Media)

Peverley, S. L. (2019). John Hardyng: Henry V's Secret Agent. [Print and Online]. Retrieved from https://www.historyextra.com/

From Unicorns to Beastly Farts: Book of Beasts, The Bestiary in the Medieval World, edited by Elizabeth Morrison with Larisa Grollemond (Book Review)

Peverley, S. L. (2019). From Unicorns to Beastly Farts: Book of Beasts, The Bestiary in the Medieval World, edited by Elizabeth Morrison with Larisa Grollemond. Times Higher Education, (2,411), 51. Retrieved from https://www.timeshighereducation.com/

Vera In-Flight Magazine: 'A Knight's Tale' (Media)

Peake, M. (2019). Vera In-Flight Magazine: 'A Knight's Tale'. [Print and Online]. Retrieved from http://vera.ink-live.com/

Big Issue North: Drawn to Scales (Media)

Charlesworth, A., & Peverley, S. L. (2019). Big Issue North: Drawn to Scales. [Print and Online].

BBC History Magazine. My Favourite Place: Rome (Media)

Peverley, S. L. (2019). BBC History Magazine. My Favourite Place: Rome. [Print and Online]. Retrieved from https://www.historyextra.com/period/roman/my-favourite-place-rome-italy/

A Tretis Compiled out of Diverse Cronicles (1440): A Study and Edition of the Short English Prose Chronicle Extant in London, British Library, Additional 34,764 (Journal article)

Peverley, S. L. (2019). A Tretis Compiled out of Diverse Cronicles (1440): A Study and Edition of the Short English Prose Chronicle Extant in London, British Library, Additional 34,764. The Medieval Chronicle, 12, 238-277. doi:10.1163/9789004392076_016

DOI: 10.1163/9789004392076_016

The Kid Who Would Be King (Media)

Lipworth, E. (2019). The Kid Who Would Be King. [Print and Online Media].

2018

Cinderley, The Mermaid Podcast (Media)

Von Holt, L. (2018). Cinderley, The Mermaid Podcast. [Audio Online]. Retrieved from http://www.cinderly.com/posts/s2-e2-mermaids-history-sarah-peverley/

2017

BBC Radio Merseyside, Roger Phillips Show (interview on Medieval Christmas Traditions) (Media)

Batchelor, W. (2017). BBC Radio Merseyside, Roger Phillips Show (interview on Medieval Christmas Traditions). [Radio (BBC Radio Merseyside)]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05nl9x2

BBC 4: Oak Tree, Nature's Greatest Survivor (Media)

BBC 4., McGavin, G., & Furnace TV. (2015). BBC 4: Oak Tree, Nature's Greatest Survivor. [Television Documentary (BBC 4)]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06fq03t

BBC News (Agincourt feature) (Media)

BBC News. (2015). BBC News (Agincourt feature). [BBC News].

BBC One Breakfast (feature on Agincourt) (Media)

BBC One. (2015). BBC One Breakfast (feature on Agincourt).

BBC Radio 5 Live (feature on Agincourt) (Media)

BBC Radio 5 Live. (2015). BBC Radio 5 Live (feature on Agincourt). [BBC Radio 5 Live].

BBC Radio Kent (feature on Agincourt 599th Anniversary) (Media)

Whale, J. (2014). BBC Radio Kent (feature on Agincourt 599th Anniversary). [Radio Broadcast: BBC Radio Kent].

BBC Radio Merseyside (Historic Halloween feature) (Media)

BBC Radio Merseyside., & Snell, T. (2014). BBC Radio Merseyside (Historic Halloween feature). [Radio Boardcast: BBC Radio Merseyside].

Castle Builders (UKTV) (Media)

UKTV., & Green Bay TV. (2015). Castle Builders (UKTV). [Television Documentary (UKTV)]. Retrieved from https://yesterday.uktv.co.uk/shows/castle-builders/

SOMM: Into the Bottle (Media)

Wise, J. (2016). SOMM: Into the Bottle. [Film Documentary]. Retrieved from http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5161502/?ref_=ttfc_fc_tt

A History Buff's Guide to Game of Thrones (Media)

Peverley, S. L. (n.d.). A History Buff's Guide to Game of Thrones. [The Big Issue (issue 1202)]. Retrieved from https://www.bigissue.com/magazines/drama-queen-won-game-thrones/

Academics’ new year’s resolutions: from actual self to ideal self (Media)

Various. (2017). Academics’ new year’s resolutions: from actual self to ideal self. [Times Higher Education (online article)]. Retrieved from https://www.timeshighereducation.com/

BBC Local Radio (all stations), Georgey Spanswick Show, Feature on King Arthur (Media)

l'Anson, J. (2017). BBC Local Radio (all stations), Georgey Spanswick Show, Feature on King Arthur. [BBC Radio]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p05clv7j

BBC Radio 2, Drive Time with Simon Mayo, Feature on 'Mermaids' (Media)

Mayo, S. (2017). BBC Radio 2, Drive Time with Simon Mayo, Feature on 'Mermaids'. [BBC Radio 2]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b091j94d

Britain's Ancient Tracks (Media)

Robinson, T. (2017). Britain's Ancient Tracks. [Television]. Retrieved from http://www.channel4.com/programmes/britains-ancient-tracks-with-tony-robinson

British Mythology and Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (Media)

Easton, A. (2017). British Mythology and Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p051t834

Five Fantastic Medieval Beasts and Where to Find Them (Media)

Peverley, S. L. (2016). Five Fantastic Medieval Beasts and Where to Find Them. [BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking (online article)]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/

John Hardyng's Chronicle and Shakespeare's History Plays (Media)

Peverley, S. L., & Smith, J. (2016). John Hardyng's Chronicle and Shakespeare's History Plays. [Radio Broadcast (BBC Radio 3, Free Thinking)]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0775027

Man and Animals (Being Human Debate at FACT, Liverpool for BBC Radio 3) (Media)

Peverley, S. L., Mulhall, L., Forsdick, C., Cochrane, A., Szollosy, M., de Wolf, E., & Mitter, R. (2016). Man and Animals (Being Human Debate at FACT, Liverpool for BBC Radio 3). [Radio Broadcast (BBC Radio 3)]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b082kwsl

Storytelling and Folklore in the British Isles (Media)

Justice, K. (2017). Storytelling and Folklore in the British Isles. [BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester]. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p055s7zn

Why Do We Love Mermaids? (Media)

Peverley, S. L., & Morrison, N. (2017). Why Do We Love Mermaids?. [Podcast]. Retrieved from https://itunes.apple.com/

Why we can't resist the lure of mermaids (Media)

Peverley, S. L. (2017). Why we can't resist the lure of mermaids. [The Conversation (online article)]. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/why-we-cant-resist-the-lure-of-mermaids-80086

Tales of King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table (Book)

Studio, F. T. (2017). Tales of King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table.

St Valentine's Day - a minor day in a medieval calendar packed with festivals (Media)

Peverley, S. L. (2017). St Valentine's Day - a minor day in a medieval calendar packed with festivals. [The Conversation (online article)]. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

10 Fascinating Facts about Castles (Book)

Cohn, J. (2017). 10 Fascinating Facts about Castles. Rookie Star Fact Finder.

10 Fascinating Facts about Knights (Book)

Cohn, J. (2017). 10 Fascinating Facts about Knights. Rookie Star Fact Finder.

2016

London’s Bloody Tower plays host to Game of Thrones season five (Media)

Peverley, S. (2015). London’s Bloody Tower plays host to Game of Thrones season five. [The Conversation (online article)]. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/

The Little Mermaid (Composition)

Peverley, S. L., Smart, M., & Cottrell, A. (2016). The Little Mermaid [Audio Book]. Retrieved from https://theliverpoolplayers.wordpress.com/

2015

Bisclavret: The Werewolf (Performance)

Peverley, S. (2015). Bisclavret: The Werewolf [Show]. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

Beauty of the Bestiaries (blog post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2015). Beauty of the Bestiaries (blog post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2015/11/17/beauty-of-the-bestiaries/

John Hardyng's Chronicle: Edited from London British Library MS Lansdowne 204 (Scholarly edition)

Peverley, S., & Simpson, J. (2015). John Hardyng's Chronicle: Edited from London British Library MS Lansdowne 204. Kalamazoo,: Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University. Retrieved from http://d.lib.rochester.edu/teams/publication/simpson-pevereley-hardyng-chronicle

Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits (Performance)

Peverley, S. (2015, May 3). Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits [Show]. Speke Hall and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

Staging Chaucer: Mike Poulton and the Royal Shakespeare Company's Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (Chapter)

Peverley, S. (2015). Staging Chaucer: Mike Poulton and the Royal Shakespeare Company's Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales. In G. Ashton (Ed.), Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture (pp. 48-57). London: Bloomsbury Academic. Retrieved from http://www.bloomsbury.com/

Bisclavret The Werewolf (Composition)

Peverley, S. L., Cottrell, A., Colquitt, O., Brown, C., Ramsden, J., & Nichols, K. (2015). Bisclavret The Werewolf [Audio Book]. Retrieved from https://theliverpoolplayers.wordpress.com/

Oak Tree: Nature's Greatest Survivor (Media)

Oak Tree: Nature's Greatest Survivor (n.d.). [video: Documentary].

2014

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Performance)

Peverley, S. (2014, November 29). Sir Gawain and the Green Knight [Performance]. Speke Hall and Lady Lever Gallery.

Medieval Maps of Scotland (blog post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2014). Medieval Maps of Scotland (blog post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2014/09/18/medieval-maps-of-scotland/

The Interlude of Youth (Performance)

Peverley, S., & Poile, M. (2014, May 2). The Interlude of Youth [Performance and Video]. Rufford Old Hall, Lancashire. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzUNaHtS8Sw

Henry V's Spy and Scottish Independence (BBC Arts Film) (Media)

Peverley, S. (n.d.). Henry V's Spy and Scottish Independence (BBC Arts Film). [video: Television].

Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales (Performance)

Poulton, M. (2014, March 26). Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales [Performance]. Stanley Theatre, Liverpool.

Iron Ink Gall: A Medieval Recipe (blog post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. L. (2014). Iron Ink Gall: A Medieval Recipe (blog post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2014/01/29/iron-gall-ink-a-medieval-recipe/

Mermaids: The Lure of Sirens' Song (blog post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2014). Mermaids: The Lure of Sirens' Song (blog post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2014/07/25/mermaids-the-lure-of-sirens-song/

The Minstrel's Tale: Making Music for The Canterbury Tales (blog post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. L. (2014). The Minstrel's Tale: Making Music for The Canterbury Tales (blog post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

(Book Review)

Sarah L. Peverley. (2014). . The Modern Language Review, 109(4), 1065. doi:10.5699/modelangrevi.109.4.1065

DOI: 10.5699/modelangrevi.109.4.1065

2013

Medieval Christmas (BBC Radio 3, Freethinking) (Media)

Peverley, S. (n.d.). Medieval Christmas (BBC Radio 3, Freethinking). [audio: BBC Radio 3, Nightwaves].

The Real Game of Thrones: Power in 15th-Century England (BBC Radio 3, Free Thinking) (Media)

Peverley, S. (n.d.). The Real Game of Thrones: Power in 15th-Century England (BBC Radio 3, Free Thinking). [audio: BBC Radio 3, Free Thinking].

'Bring Back the Thorn' (BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking) (Media)

Peverley, S. (2013). 'Bring Back the Thorn' (BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking).

'Transitions' (BBC Radio 3, Words and Music) (Performance)

Peverley, S., & Cottrell, A. (2013). 'Transitions' (BBC Radio 3, Words and Music) [Radio broadcast and Audio Recording]. BBC Radio 3. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03brsc1

Mermaids (BBC Radio 3 Words and Music) (Media)

Peverley, S. (n.d.). Mermaids (BBC Radio 3 Words and Music). [audio: BBC Radio 3 Words and Music].

Goblin Market Soundtrack (Composer and Performer) (Composition)

Peverley, S., & Cottrell, A. (2013). Goblin Market Soundtrack (Composer and Performer) [Digital Recording, Soundtrack]. Retrieved from http://alexcottrell.bandcamp.com/album/goblin-market

The Appeal of King Arthur (BBC Radio 3, Nightwaves) (Media)

Peverley, S. (n.d.). The Appeal of King Arthur (BBC Radio 3, Nightwaves). [audio: BBC Radio 3, Nightwaves].

'Cry God for Harry, England and St George!': Saint George in Late Medieval England (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). 'Cry God for Harry, England and St George!': Saint George in Late Medieval England (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

'I am already sick of love: Medieval Valentines' (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). 'I am already sick of love: Medieval Valentines' (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

John Hardyng (Journal article)

Peverley, S. L. (2013). John Hardyng. The Literary Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=1979

Medieval Babies (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). Medieval Babies (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2013/07/22/medieval-babies/

Medieval Winter Sports (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). Medieval Winter Sports (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2013/12/29/medieval-winter-sports/

Outfitting a Medieval Noble Women: The Burgundian Dress (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). Outfitting a Medieval Noble Women: The Burgundian Dress (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

Picturing the White Queen: Medieval Depictions of Elizabeth Woodville (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). Picturing the White Queen: Medieval Depictions of Elizabeth Woodville (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

Smale Stufe and Goodes: Elizabeth Woodville's Signature and Will (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). Smale Stufe and Goodes: Elizabeth Woodville's Signature and Will (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

The Chester Noah Play (Performance)

Peverley, S. L. (2013). The Chester Noah Play [Public Performance].

The Chester Noah Play: Directing Silence and Rain (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2013). The Chester Noah Play: Directing Silence and Rain (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

2012

The Second Shepherds' Play (Performance)

Peverley, S. (2012, December 8). The Second Shepherds' Play [Performance and video]. The Walker Gallery, Liverpool, and Ormskirk Parish Church.

The Parchment Mirror: Reflections of Medieval Life in Literature and Art (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2012). The Parchment Mirror: Reflections of Medieval Life in Literature and Art. Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/

'Anglo-Scottish Relations and John Hardyng's Chronicle' (Chapter)

Peverley, S. (2012). 'Anglo-Scottish Relations and John Hardyng's Chronicle'. In K. H. Terrell, M. P. Bruce, & B. Wheeler (Eds.), The Anglo-Scottish Border and the Shaping of Identity, 1300-1600 (pp. 69-86). New York: Palgrave. Retrieved from http://www.palgrave.com/

Christmas at the Medieval Court (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2012). Christmas at the Medieval Court (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2012/12/22/christmas-at-the-medieval-court/

Last Things and End of Days (Blog Post) (Internet publication)

Peverley, S. (2012). Last Things and End of Days (Blog Post). Retrieved from http://sarahpeverley.com/2012/12/20/last-things-and-end-of-days/

2011

'Chronicling the Fortunes of Kings: John Hardyng's use of Walton's Boethius, Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde, and Lydgate's "King Henry VI's Triumphal Entry into London' (Journal article)

Peverley, S. L. (2011). 'Chronicling the Fortunes of Kings: John Hardyng's use of Walton's Boethius, Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde, and Lydgate's "King Henry VI's Triumphal Entry into London'. The Medieval Chronicle, 7, 167-203.

'Meriel Connor, John Stone's Chronicle. Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1417-1472, TEAMS Documents of Practice Series (Medieval Institute Publications: Western Michigan University, 2010)' (Book Review)

Peverley, S. L. (2011). 'Meriel Connor, John Stone's Chronicle. Christ Church Priory, Canterbury, 1417-1472, TEAMS Documents of Practice Series (Medieval Institute Publications: Western Michigan University, 2010)'. Unknown Journal, 2. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2022/13338

2010

Adam of Usk (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Adam of Usk. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 13-14). Leiden: Brill.

Chronicon Abbatiae Rameseiensis (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Chronicon Abbatiae Rameseiensis. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 286). Leiden: Brill.

Henry Knighton (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Henry Knighton. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 969-970). Leiden: Brill.

John Capgrave (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Capgrave. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 26-245). Leiden: Brill.

John Gower (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Gower. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 725-726). Leiden: Brill.

John Hardyng (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Hardyng. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 751-754). Leiden: Brill.

John Lydgate (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Lydgate. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 1052-1053). Leiden: Brill.

John Malverne (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Malverne. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1063). Leiden: Brill.

John Rous (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Rous. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1300-1301). Leiden: Brill.

John Somer (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Somer. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1378). Leiden: Brill.

John Vale (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John Vale. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1466). Leiden: Brill.

John of Glastonbury (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). John of Glastonbury. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. 1, pp. 932-933). Leiden: Brill.

Lives of Henry V (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Lives of Henry V. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 1037-1038). Leiden: Brill.

New Cronyclis of the Gestys of the Kynges of England (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). New Cronyclis of the Gestys of the Kynges of England. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1141). Leiden: Brill.

Robert of Gloucester (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Robert of Gloucester. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1284-1285). Leiden: Brill.

Short English Metrical Chronicle (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Short English Metrical Chronicle. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1355-1356). Leiden: Brill.

The Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). The Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 404). Leiden: Brill.

The Historie of the Arrival of Edward IV (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). The Historie of the Arrival of Edward IV. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 789-790). Leiden: Brill.

The Westminster Chronicle (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). The Westminster Chronicle. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1501). Leiden: Brill.

Thomas Castleford's Chronicle (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Thomas Castleford's Chronicle. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1425-1426). Leiden: Brill.

Thomas Croftis (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Thomas Croftis. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 498). Leiden: Brill.

Warkworth Chronicle (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). Warkworth Chronicle. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. II, pp. 1495). Leiden: Brill.

William Caxton (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2010). William Caxton. In R. G. Dunphy (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of the Medieval Chronicle (Vol. I, pp. 262-263). Leiden: Brill.

2009

'Giancarlo, Matthew, Parliament and Literature in Late Medieval England' (Book Review)

Giancarlo, M. (2009). 'Giancarlo, Matthew, Parliament and Literature in Late Medieval England'. Unknown Journal, 1-3. Retrieved from http://quod.lib.umich.edu/

2008

'Loke well about, ye that lovers be (IMEV 1944) and a Sixteenth-Century Reader's Response to John Hardyng's Account of Joan of Kent' (Journal article)

Peverley, S. L. (2008). 'Loke well about, ye that lovers be (IMEV 1944) and a Sixteenth-Century Reader's Response to John Hardyng's Account of Joan of Kent'. Poetica, 69, 17-25.

Genealogy and John Hardyng's Verse Chronicle (Chapter)

Peverley, S. L. (2008). Genealogy and John Hardyng's Verse Chronicle. In E. D. Kennedy, & R. Radulescu (Eds.), Broken Lines: Genealogical Literature in Late-Medieval Britain and France. Turnhout: Brepols.

Political consciousness and the literary mind in late medieval England: Men "brought up of nought" in vale, hardyng, mankind, and malory (Journal article)

Peverley, S. L. (2008). Political consciousness and the literary mind in late medieval England: Men "brought up of nought" in vale, hardyng, mankind, and malory. Studies in Philology, 105(1), 1-29.

2005

'A Good Exampell to Avoide Diane: Reader Responses to John Hardyng's Chronicle in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries' (Journal article)

Peverley, S. L. (2005). 'A Good Exampell to Avoide Diane: Reader Responses to John Hardyng's Chronicle in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries'. Poetica, 63, 19-35.

2004

'Adapting to Readeption in 1470-1471: The Scribe as Editor in a Unique Copy of John Hardyng's Chronicle of England (Garrett MS. 142)' (Journal article)

Peverley, S. L. (2004). 'Adapting to Readeption in 1470-1471: The Scribe as Editor in a Unique Copy of John Hardyng's Chronicle of England (Garrett MS. 142)'. The Princeton University Library Chronicle, 66(1), 140-172.

'Dynasty and Division: The Depiction of King and Kingdom in John Hardyng's Chronicle (Journal article)

Peverley, S. (2004). 'Dynasty and Division: The Depiction of King and Kingdom in John Hardyng's Chronicle. The Medieval Chronicle III: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on the Medieval Chronicle Doorn/Utrecht 12 – 17 July 2002, 149-170. Retrieved from http://www.brill.com/products/book/medieval-chronicle-iii

'John Hardyng's Chronicle: A Study of the Two Versions and a Critical Edition of Both for the Period 1327-1464' (Thesis / Dissertation)

Peverley, S. L. (2004). 'John Hardyng's Chronicle: A Study of the Two Versions and a Critical Edition of Both for the Period 1327-1464'. (PhD Thesis, Hull).