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Niebrzydowski, S.A. (2015) Editorial for Special Issue: Chaucer reconsidered. English, 66 (244). pp. 1-4. DOI: 10.1093/english/efv001

Niebrzydowski, S.A. (2013) Secular Women and Late-Medieval Marian Drama. The Yearbook of English Studies, 43. pp. 121-139. DOI: 10.5699/yearenglstud.43.2013.0121

Niebrzydowski, S.A. (2011) Asperges me, Domine, hyssopo: male voices, female interpretation and the medieval English purification of women after childbirth ceremony. Early Music, 39 ((3)). pp. 327-334. DOI: 10.1093/em/car053

Book Section

Niebrzydowski, S.A. (2015) The Wedding of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnell. In: The Encyclopedia of British Medieval Literature. Wiley-Blackwell. (In Press)

Niebrzydowski, S.A. (2015) 'Ye know eek that in forme of speche is change withinne a thousand yeer’: Chaucer, Henryson and the Welsh Troelus a Chresyd. In: Medieval English Theatre 38. "The Best Pairt of our Play". Essays presented to John J. McGavin. Part 2 . D.S. Brewer. (In Press)

Niebrzydowski, S.A. (2013) The Middle-Aged Meanderings of Margery Kempe: Medieval Women and Pilgrimage. In: Medieval Life Cycles: Continuity and Change. Brepols Publishers, pp. 265-318. ISBN 978-2-503-54069-6

Niebrzydowski, S.A. (2011) Marian Literature. In: The History of British Women's Writing. 700-1500: Volume One . Unknown, pp. 112-120. ISBN 9780230235106

Radulescu, R.L. (2011) Preparing for her Mature Years: the Case of Margaret of Anjou and her books. In: Middle-aged women in the Middle Ages. D.S Brewer, pp. 115-138. ISBN 9781843842828

Book

Niebrzydowski, S.A. and King, P.M. and Wyatt, D., eds. (2013) Yearbook of English Studies: Medieval Drama. Modern Humanities Research Association. (In Press)

Niebrzydowski, S.A., ed. (2011) Middle-Aged Women in the Middle Ages. DS Brewer.

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