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Dr Joanne Parker

Publications

Books

The Harp and the Constitution Myths of Celtic and Gothic Origin, Brill Academic Publishers, 2015.

Britannia Obscura: Mapping Hidden Britain, London, Jonathan Cape, 2014.

with Wagner C, Art and Soul: The Victorians and the Gothic, Bristol, Redcliffe, 2014.

Written on Stone: The Cultural History of British Prehistoric Monuments, Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars, 2009.

England's Darling: The Victorian Cult of Alfred the Great, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2007.

Articles

Sensation and Superstition in The Book of Werewolves, The Transactions of the Sabine Baring Gould Appreciation Society, vol. 10, Greenjack, 2010, 66-77

'The Dragon and the Raven: Saxons, Danes and the Problem of Defining National Character in Victorian England', European Journal of English Studies, no. 13:5, Taylor & Francis, 2009, 257-275

Chapters

Arthur and the Tudor Dynasty, in Wagner C, Parker J (eds) Oxford Handbook of Victorian Medievalism, Oxford: OUP, 2017

The Romantic Gothic Imagination, in Wagner C, Parker J (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Victorian Medievalism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016

'A Tale of Two Kings: The Celtic Arthur and the Gothic Alfred', in Parker JM (eds) The Harp and the Constitution: Myths of Celtic and Gothic Origin, Leiden: Brill, 2015, 97-115

Imagining the Middle Ages, in Wagner C, Parker JM (eds) Art and Soul: Victorians and the Gothic, Bristol: Sansom, 2014, 7-39

Victorian Resurrections: Gothic and the challenges of modernity, in Parker J, Wagner C (eds) Art & Soul: Victorians and the Gothic, Bristol: Sansom, 2014

Ruling the Waves: Saxons, Vikings, and the Sea in the Formation of an Anglo-British Identity in the Nineteenth Century, in Sobecki SI (eds) The Sea and Englishness in the Middle Ages, Woodbridge: D S Brewer, 2011

'Brunanburh and the Victorian Imagination', in Livingston M (eds) The Battle of Brunanburh: A Casebook, Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2011, 385-407

'The Poetry of Prehistory', in Parker J (eds) The Cultural History of British Prehistoric Monuments, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 2009, 49-66

'More wondrous far than Eygpt's boasted pyramids': the South West's Megaliths in the Romantic Period', in Roe N (eds) Romanticism and the West Country, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2009, 15-36