Mary I and the Art of Book Dedications: Royal Women, Power, and Persuasion
Published with Palgrave Macmillan in 2015 in the Queenship and Power series.
This is my first monograph and for the first time analyzes all manuscript and printed book dedications to Queen Mary I.
The Birth of a Queen: Essays on the Quincentenary of Mary I
Co-edited with Sarah Duncan. An edited collection published with Palgrave Macmillan in 2016 in the Queenship and Power series.
Published to coincide with Queen Mary I’s 500th birthday. A continuation of the effort to rehabilitate Mary I.
Unexpected Heirs in Early Modern Europe: Potential Kings and Queens
An edited collection published with Palgrave Macmillan in 2017 in the Queenship and Power series.
This edited collection offers essays on potential monarchs and unexpected heirs in England, France, and Sweden.
Forgotten Queens in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Political Agency, Myth-Making, and Patronage
Co-edited with Estelle Paranque. Published by Routledge in 2018.
Forgotten Queens examines queens dowager and queens consort who have disappeared from history or have been deeply misunderstood in modern historical treatment.
The Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare’s Queens
Co-edited with Kavita Mudan Finn. Published with Palgrave Macmillan in 2018 in the Queenship and Power series and Handbook series.
A collection of twenty-five chapters that cover the spectrum of fictional and historical queens present in Shakespeare’s plays.
JOINT WINNER OF THE 2020 ROYAL STUDIES JOURNAL BOOK PRIZE
Princesses Mary and Elizabeth Tudor and the Gift Book Exchange
Published with ARC Humanities Press in 2021 in the Gender and Power in the Premodern World series.
This is the first book to offer a comparison of these two famous Tudor queens as princesses, suggesting that their early lives need to be more closely examined together. It offers a detailed case study of the four extant dedications that Elizabeth Tudor wrote to accompany manuscript translations that she gave to Henry VIII, his then wife, Katherine Parr, and to Elizabeth’s brother Edward (VI of England) as New Year’s gifts from 1545 to 1548.