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Dr Elizabeth Williamson



'[Y]ou have written sometimes more largelie to some private friends, then almost to her Majesties self': secrecy and sociability in sixteenth-century ambassadorial correspondence., Lives and Letters, Special Edition, 2012


'Fishing after News' and the Ars Apodemica: The Intelligencing Role of the Educational Traveller in the Late Sixteenth Century, in Raymond J, Moxham N (eds) News Networks in Early Modern Europe, Brill, 2016

Archival practice and the production of political knowledge in the office of Sir Francis Walsingham, in Praktiken der Frühen Neuzeit, Campus Verlag, 2015

Internet publications

with Brown M, Poston M, A Digital Anthology of Early Modern English Drama, Folger Shakespeare Library, 2017

Scholarly editions

with Adams R, The Diplomatic Correspondence of Thomas Bodley, 1585-1597, Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL), 2011