Publications

Monographs:

Simone Celine Marshall, The Anonymous Text: The 500-Year History of The Assembly of Ladies (Bern: Peter Lang, 2011), 211 pages, The Anonymous Text

Simone Celine Marshall, The Female Voice in The Assembly of Ladies: Text and Context in Fifteenth-Century England (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008), 210 pages, The Female Voice in the Assembly of Ladies

Critical Edition:

Simone Celine Marshall, ed., ‘An Abstracte owte of a Boke that is Callid Formula Nouiciorum, edited from London BL MS Arundel 197,’ Mystics Quarterly, 29.3-4 (2003), 71-139, Arundel 197

Book Chapter:

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Introduction’, in Unattended Moments: The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Tradition (Leiden: Brill, 2017), 1-9, Unattended Moments

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Assembly of Ladies’, The Encyclopedia of British Medieval Literature (London: Blackwell, 2017), The Assembly of Ladies

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Assembly of Ladies’, The Literary Encyclopedia (2010), The Assembly of Ladies

Edited Books

Carole Cusack and Simone Celine Marshall, eds., Unattended Moments: The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Tradition (Leiden: Brill, 2017), Unattended Moments

Exhibition Curation

Faces of Authorship: Constructing the Author in Medieval and Early Modern Books, University of Otago Library, Special Collections, 17 December 2010 – 25 March 2011, Faces of Authorship

Make it New! Modernism and the Medieval Presence, University of Otago Library, Special Collections, 21 March – 23 May 2014, Make it New!

Radio Series

The History of Anon, BBC Radio 4 series on the history of literary anonymity, broadcast 1-4 January 2013, The History of Anon

Radio Interviews

Brian Crump, Nights on National Radio, 16 July 2014

Brian Crump, Nights on National Radio, 22 September 2010

Refereed Journal Articles:

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Nineteenth-Century Editing and The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: How Society Influences Editorial Practices,’ Romantic Textualities (forthcoming, 2018)

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Medieval in the Modern World’, Literature & Aesthetics 27.1 (2017), 1-2, The Medieval in the Modern World

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Virginia Woolf’s To The Lighthouse and the Medieval Mystical Tradition of Pseudo Dionysius’, Literature & Aesthetics 27.1 (2017), 3-16, Virginia Woolf

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The 1807 Edition of The Book of the Duchess’, Textual Cultures 10.1 (2016), 56-73, The Book of the Duchess

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Exeter Drawings of John Carter: A Newly Discovered Rare Book in a Private Collection in New Zealand’, Parergon 32.2 (2015), 177-206, John Carter

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Anonymous Author of The Assembly of LadiesNeuphilologische Mitteilungen (2013), The Anonymous Author

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The 1807 edition of The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer’, Notes and Queries 58.2 (2011), 183-86

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Assembly of Ladies: Contextual Meaning in the Manuscripts’, The Journal of the Early Book Society 12 (2009), 51-76

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Meaning in the Mise en Page: Chaucer’s Boece in Cambridge University Library MS Ii.3.21’, Literature and Aesthestics 17.3 (2008)

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Manuscript Agency and The Findern Manuscript’, Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 108.2 (2007), 339-49, The Findern Manuscript

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Interiors and Exteriors: Gendered Space in The Assembly of Ladies’, Philological Quarterly, 84.1 (2005 [2007]), 459-85

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Notes on Cambridge University Library MS Ff.1.6’, Notes and Queries, n.s. 49.4 (2002), 439-41

Book Review Articles:

Simone Celine Marshall, Jane Griffiths, Diverting Authorities: Experimental Glossing Practices in Manuscript and Print (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), Review of English Studies (2016)

Simone Celine Marshall, Jane Bliss, Naming and Namelessness in Medieval Romance (Cambridge: Brewer, 2008), Anglia (2011)

Simone Celine Marshall, Nigel Mortimer, John Lydgate’s Fall of Princes: Narrative Tragedy in its Literary and Political Contexts (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2005), Parergon (2008)

Simone Celine Marshall, Tony Hunt, ed., Les Cantiques Salemon: The Song of Songs in MS Paris BNF FR.14966 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2006), Parergon (2008)

Simone Celine Marshall, Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, Poets, Saints, and Visionaries of the Great Schism, 1378-1417 (Penn State Press, 2007), Journal of Religious History (2008)

Simone Celine Marshall, Charity Scott-Stokes, Women’s Books of Hours in Medieval England (Cambridge: Brewer, 2006), Journal of Religious History (2008)

Simone Celine Marshall, Daniel Hobbins, The Trial of Joan of Arc (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005), Journal of Religious History 31.2 (2007)

Simone Celine Marshall, Nicholas Watson and Jacqueline Jenkins, eds, The Writings of Julian of Norwich: A Vision Showed to a Devout Woman and A Revelation of Love (Turnhout: Brepols, 2006), Parergon 24.1(2007)

Simone Celine Marshall, Nicholas Watson and Jacqueline Jenkins, eds, The Writings of Julian of Norwich: A Vision Showed to a Devout Woman and A Revelation of Love (Philadelphia: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006), Journal of Religious History (2007)

Simone Celine Marshall, Gillian T. W. Ahlgren, The Inquisition of Francesca: A Sixteenth-Century Visionary on Trial (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005), Journal of Religious History (2007)

Simone Celine Marshall, Virginia Nixon, Mary’s Mother: Saint Anne in Late Medieval Europe (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), Journal of Religious History 30.1 (2006)

Simone Celine Marshall, Anne Winston-Allen, Convent Chronicles: Women Writing About Women and Reform in the Late Middle Ages (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), Journal of Religious History 30.1 (2006)

Simone Celine Marshall, Sara S. Poor, Mechthild of Magdeburg and Her Book: Gender and the Making of Textual Authority (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), Journal of Religious History 29.3 (2005)

Conference papers delivered:

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Mixing Modern and Middle English: The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1807) and John Urry’s The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1721),’ presented at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Literature Association Conference, Honolulu, November 2017.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Editing Chaucer: The Great Tradition,’ presented at The University of Queensland, April 2015

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Teaching Premodern Literature,’ presented at the Matariki Network Colloquium, University of Otago, December 2014.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Nineteenth-Century Editing and The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: How Society Influences Editorial Practices,’ presented at The New Chaucer Society Congress, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, July 2014.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Transcendence in The Second Nun’s Tale and The Canon’s Yeoman’s Tale,’ presented the Unattended Moments: The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Tradition Symposium, University of Otago, April 2014.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Unattended Moments: The Medieval Presence in the Modernist Aesthetic’, presented at the O-Zone Research Symposium, University of Otago, September 2013.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Medieval Mystical Tradition in Virginia Woolf’ presented at the Modernism and Religion Symposium, University of Bergen, Norway, May 2013.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Making of the Canon of Geoffrey Chaucer’ presented at From Text(s) to Book(s), University of Lorraine, June 2012.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Samuel Bagster’s 1807 Chaucer’ presented at ANZAMEMS, University of Otago, February 2011.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Anonymous Author in Medieval Literature’ presented at the Swiss Association of Medieval Early Modern English Studies, University of Geneva, June 2010.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘A Newly Discovered Edition of The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer,’ presented at the New Chaucer Society Congress, University of Siena, July 2010.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Anonymous Text’, presented at ANZAMEMS, University of Tasmania, December 2008.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Recovery of Medieval Women’s Literature: The Case of The Assembly of Ladies’, presented at the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, July 2008.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Optical theories meet reader-response theories: A Manuscript of Chaucer’s Boece’, presented at AULLA, University of New South Wales, February 2007.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Textually Embedded Labyrinths of Il Corbaccio and The Assembly of Ladies: Unclothing the Female Body’, presented at ANZAMEMS, University of Adelaide, February 2007.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Perspectiva, Perspective, and the Narrative Frames of The Assembly of Ladies,’ presented at a session on Science and Technology in the Medieval Romance, at the International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 4-7 May 2006.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Meaning in the Mise en Page: Chaucer’s Boece in Cambridge University Library MS Ii.3.21,’ School of English, Film, Art History, and Media Research Symposium, Sydney, 2006.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Online Learning in Intensive Teaching Modes,’ Brief Encounter: A Conference on Intensive Modes of Teaching, Sydney, 2005.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘“For we understand nothing fully unless its form is presented before our eyes”: Time and Space in Medieval Manuscripts,’ presented at the Art and Time Interdisciplinary Symposium, Canberra, Australia, November 2005.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Perspective and Perspectiva: The Measure of the Medieval World in The Assembly of Ladies’ presented at the Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Medieval and Early Modern Scholars, Auckland, New Zealand, 2005.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘Engagement Theory, WebCT, and Academic Writing in Australia’, presented at What is the New Rhetoric Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2005.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Findern Manuscript: A Fifteenth-Century Memorial to Women in Literature’ presented at the Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Medieval and Early Modern Scholars, Melbourne, Australia, 2003.

Simone Celine Marshall, ‘The Second Nun as Translator’ presented at the Theory and Practice of Translation in the Middle Ages Conference, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2001.