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Fitzpatrick, Joan. 1998a. "'Corrupt with Goodly Meede': Munera and Medusa in Book 5 of Spenser's The Faerie Queene." Early Modern Literary Studies. vol. 4.1. pp. para. 1-7. Online. Internet. Homepage: http://purl.oclc.org/emls/emlshome.html

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 1998b. "Spenser's Nationalistic Images of Beauty: The Ideal and the Other in Relation to Protestant England and Catholic Ireland in The Faerie Queene Book 1." Cahiers Elisabethains: Late Medieval and Renaissance English Studies. vol. 53. pp. 13-26

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 1999a. "Pastoral Idylls and Lawless Rebels: Sexual Politics in Books 5 and 6 of Spenser's Faerie Queene." Explorations in Renaissance Culture. vol. 25. pp. 87-111

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 1999b. "Review of Garrett A Sullivan, Jr The Drama of Landscape: Land, Property, and Social Relations on the Early Modern Stage (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1998)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 16.3 (NTQ 63). p. 304

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 1999c. "Review of Scott McMillin and Sally-Beth MacLean The Queen's Men and Their Plays, 1583-1603 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,1998)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 16.4 (_NTQ_ 64). p. 391

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2000a. "'A Child of This Century': Short Stories By Women Writers." Books and Company. vol. 6. pp. 24-28

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2000b. Irish Demons: English Writings on Ireland, the Irish and Gender By Spenser and His Contemporaries. Lanham. University Press of America

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2000c. "Spenser and Land: Political Conflict Resolved in Physical Topography." The Ben Jonson Journal. vol. 7. pp. 365-77

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2001a. "Review of Eve Rachele Sanders Gender and Literacy on Stage in Early Modern England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 17.1 (_NTQ_ 65). pp. 91-92

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2001b. "Review of The Drama of John Marston: Critical Revisions Ed. T. F. Wharton (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 18.1 (_NTQ_ 69). p. 91

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2001c. "An Interview with Germaine Greer." Early Modern Literary Studies. vol. 6.3. pp. para. 1-14

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2001d. "Review of Kenneth Borris Allegory and Epic in English Renaissance Literature: Heroic Form in Sidney, Spenser, and Milton (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 17.4 (_NTQ_ 68). p. 395

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2001e. "Review of Ros King The Works of Richard Edwards: Politics, Poetry, and Performance in Sixteenth-century England The Revels Plays Companion Library (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2001)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 18.2 (_NTQ_ 70). pp. 197-98

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2001f. "Review of The Cambridge Companion to Spenser Ed. Andrew Hadfield (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 19.2 (_NTQ_ 74). pp. 195-96

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2001g. "The Sixteenth Century Excluding Shakespeare, Sidney, and Drama After 1550: General." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 80: Covering Work Published in 1999. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 211-27

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2002a. "Foreign Appetites and Alterity: Is There an Irish Context for Titus Andronicus?" Connotations. vol. 11.2-3. pp. 127-45

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2002b. "Review of Nicholas Canny, Making Ireland British, 1580-1650 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001)." Early Modern Literary Studies. vol. 9.1. pp. Online, Internet, para. 1-6

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2002c. "Review of The Taming of the Shrew: Critical Essays Ed. Dana E Aspinall (New York: Routledge, 2002)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 19.4. p. 396

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2002d. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 81: Covering Work Published in 2000. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 265-90

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2002e. 'Food and Foreignness in Sir Thomas More': Paper Delivered at the Conference 'Shakespeare and the Barbarians' at Roehampton University of Surrey, 26 October

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2003. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 82: Covering Work Published in 2001. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 231-49

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2004a. Shakespeare Spenser and the Contours of Britain: Reshaping the Atlantic Archipelago. Hertfordshire. University of Hertfordshire Press

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2004b. "Marrying Waterways: Politicising and Gendering the Landscape in Spenser's River-marriage Canto." Archipelagic Identities: Literature and Identity in the Atlantic Archipelago, 1550-1800. Edited by Simon Mealor and Philip Schwyzer. Aldershot. Ashgate. pp. 81-91

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2004c. "Food and Foreignness in Sir Thomas More." Early Theatre. vol. 7. pp. 33-47

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2004d. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 83: Covering Work Published in 2002. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 234-54

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2004e. "Review of Maria Jones Shakespeare's Culture in Modern Performance (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 21.1 (_NTQ_ 81). pp. 103-04

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2004f. 'Subjectivity and Objectivity: The Case of Sir Thomas More' Paper Delivered at the Conference 'Shakespeare and Philosophy in a Multicultural World' at Lorand Eotvos University, Budapest, 17-20th March

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2004g. ''Some Straunger Lombard Now Will Take the Vittailes': Continental Appetites in Early Modern London' Paper Delivered at the Conference 'The Mistress-Court of Mighty Europe: Configuring Europe and European Identities in the Renaissance and Early Modern Period' at University of Wales, Bangor, 11-13 September

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2005a. "Review of Shakespeare Survey 57: Macbeth and Its Afterlife." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 22.3. p. 104

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2005b. "Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus and Bandello's Novelle as Sources for the Munera Episode in Spenser's Faerie Queene Book 5 Canto 2." Notes and Queries. vol. 52. pp. 196-98

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2005c. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 84: Covering Work Published in 2003. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 265-89

Fitzpatrick. Joan. 2006a. "Revew of Alexander Leggatt. Shakespeare's Tragedies: Violation and Identity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 22.3 (_NTQ_ 87). pp. 299-300

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2006b. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 85: Covering Work Published in 2004. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 274-87

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2007a. Food in Shakespeare: Early Modern Dietaries and the Plays. Aldershot. Ashgate

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2007b. "Review of Stuart Hampton Reeves and Carol Chillington Rutter The Henry VI Plays (Manchester: Manchester University Press 2006)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 23.4 (_NTQ_ 92). p. 431

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2007c. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 86: Covering Work Published in 2005. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 315-32

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2008a. "Early Modern Dietaries and the Jews: The Merchant of Venice and The Jew of Malta." Shakespeare's World/World Shakespeares: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Brisbane, 2006. Edited by R. S. White, Christa Jansohn and Richard Fotheringham. Newark. University of Delaware Press. pp. 98-107

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2008b. "Review of Robert Appelbaum Aguecheek's Beef, Belch's Hiccup, and Other Gastronomic Interjections: Literature, Culture, and Food Among the Early Moderns (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006)." Food Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. vol. 11. pp. 531-33

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2008c. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. vol. 87: Covering Work Published in 2006. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 321-35

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2008d. "The 'Sweet-gorged Maw': Feeding and Physic in the Elizabethan Dramatic Life of Sir Thomas More." Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Reforme. vol. 31.3. pp. 51-67

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2009a. "Review of 'John Kerrigan Archipelagic English: Literature, History, and Politics 1603-1707 (New York: Oxford University Press, 2008)." American Historical Review. vol. 114. pp. 478-79

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2009b. "Review of Shakespeare and Spenser: Attractive Opposites Ed. J B Lethbridge. The Manchester Spenser (Manchester: Manchester Press, 2008)." Cahiers Elisabethains. vol. 75. pp. 104-06

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2009c. "Apricots, Butter, and Capons: A Shakespearian Lexicon of Food." Shakespeare Jahrbuch. vol. 145. pp. 74-90

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2009d. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 327-44. 88: Covering Work Published in 2007

Fitzpatrick, Joan, ed. 2009e. The Idea of the City: Early-modern, Modern, and Post-modern Locations and Communities. Cambridge. Cambridge Scholars Press

itzpatrick, Joan. 2010a. "Reading Early Modern Food: A Review Article." Literature Compass. vol. 8. pp. 118-29

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2010b. "'I Must Eat My Dinner': Shakespeare's Foods from Apples to Walrus." Renaissance Food from Rabelais to Shakespeare: Culinary Readings and Culinary Histories. Edited by Joan Fitzpatrick. Aldershot. Ashgate. pp. 127-43

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2010c. Shakespeare and the Language of Food: A Dictionary. Arden Shakespeare Dictionaries. London. Bloomsbury

Fitzpatrick, Joan, ed. 2010d. Renaissance Food from Rabelais to Shakespeare: Culinary Readings and Culinary Histories. Aldershot. Ashgate

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2010e. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 318-35. 89: Covering Work Published in 2008

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2010f. "The Sixteenth Century (The Renaissance)." The English Literature Companion. Edited by Julian Wolfreys. Palgrave Student Companions. Bastingstoke. Palgrave. pp. 80-86

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2011a. "Review of Working Subjects in Early Modern English Drama Ed. Michelle M. Dowd and Natasha Korda (Farnham: Ashgate 2011)." New Theatre Quarterly. vol. 27. pp. 396-97

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2011b. "Body and Soul." Berg Cultural History of Food. vol. 3: The Renaissance. Edited by Kenneth Albala. Oxford. Berg. pp. 151-170, 207-209

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2011c. "Shakespeare's Sir John Oldcastle and Jonson's Ursula the Pig Woman." Cahiers Elisabethains. vol. 79. pp. 45-46

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2011d. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 280-96. 90: Covering work published in 2009

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2011e. "Teaching and Learning Guide for 'Reading Early Modern Food'." Literature Compass. vol. 8. pp. 151-53

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2011f. "The Critical Backstory." King Lear: A Critical Guide. Edited by Andrew Hiscock and Lisa Hopkins. Continuum Renaissance Drama. London. Continuum. pp. 26-55

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2012a. "Food and Literature: An Overview." The Routlege International Handbook of Food Studies. Edited by Ken Albala. Routledge International Handbooks. London. Routledge. pp. 122-34

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2012b. "Review of Bruce Danner Edmund Spenser's War on Lord Burghley (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)." Cahiers Elisabethains. vol. 82. pp. 94-96

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2012c. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. pp. 312-27. 91: Covering work published in 2010

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2013. "Sidney and Spenser." The Year's Work in English Studies. Edited by William Baker and Kenneth Womack. Oxford. Oxford University Press. 92: Covering work published in 2011. pp. 307-28

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2014a. "'A Friendly Breakfast': A Review of David B. Goldstein Eating and Ethics in Shakespeare's England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)." Times Literary Supplement. vol. Number 5799 (23 May). p. 23

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2014b. "'To Lick Thy Fingers Greasy or to Dry Them Upon Thy Clothes be Both Unmannerly': Napkins in Early Modern Drama." Food and Material Culture: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. Edited by Mark McWilliams. Totnes. Prospect. pp. 141-15

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2014c. "Review of Reading and Writing Recipe Books, 1550-1800 Ed. Michelle DiMeo and Sara Pennel (Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2013)." Renaissance Quarterly. vol. 67. pp. 1456-57

Fitzpatrick, Joan. 2014d. "Diet and Identity in Early Modern Dietaries and Shakespeare: The Inflections of Nationality, Gender, Social Rank and Age." Shakespeare Studies. vol. 42. pp. 75-90