Dabney Adams Hart Distinguished Humanities Lecture
Martine Watson Brownley '69, Goodrich C. White professor of English and Winship Distinguished Research professor, and Director of the Center for Humanistic Inquiry at Emory University delivered a lecture on October 25, 2006 entitiled "Feminine Endings?": Women Novelists, Feminist Theories and Contemporary Evasions of Closure." In conjunction with the lecture, we have compiled a selected bibliography featuring books, journal articles and other library resources by and about the speaker.
Martine Watson Brownley '69 - Selected Bibliography
(Picture downloaded from http://www.english.emory.edu/faculty/brownley.html 9/25/06)
Brownley, Martine Watson. Atwood on women, war, and history, In Kathleen L Komar, Ross Shideler & Ralph Freedman. Lyrical symbols and narrative transformations: essays in honor of Ralph Freedman, Columbia, SC : Camden House, 1998. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Brownley, Martine Watson. Clarendon and the rhetoric of historical form,
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1985. DA400.C63 B76
Brownley, Martine Watson. Deferrals of domain: contemporary women novelists and the state, New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Brownley, Martine Watson. Denzil Holles and the stylistic development of the early English memoir, In Allen Michie, Eric Buckley & Harriett Hawkins. Style: essays on renaissance and restoration language and culture in memory of Harriet Hawkins, Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2005. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Brownley, Martine Watson. Gibbon: the formation of mind and character, In G W Bowersock, John Leonard Clive & Stephen Richards Graubar. Edward Gibbon and the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1977. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Brownley, Martine Watson. Hardy's women, Decatur, Ga.: Agnes Scott College, 1969. Ind/Eng/1969/Brownley
Brownley, Martine Watson. Johnson's lives of the English poets and earlier traditions of the character sketch in England, In James Engell (Ed.). Johnson and his age, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1984. PR3534 .J64
Brownley, Martine Watson. "The muse as fluffball": Margaret Atwood and the poetry of the intelligent woman, In Jacqueline Vaught Brogan and Cordelia Chávez Candelaria (Eds.). Women poets of the Americas: toward a pan-American gathering, Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, c1999. PN1091 .W66
Brownley, Martine Watson. Samuel Johnson and the writing of history, In Paul J. Korshin (Ed.) Johnson after two hundred years, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986. PR3534 .J63
Brownley, Martine Watson & Kimmich, Allison B. Women and autobiography, Wilmington, Del.: SR Books 1999. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of. Two dialogues: of the want of respect due to age, and, concerning education, introduction by Martine Watson Brownley. Los Angeles: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, 1984. DA440 .C63
Perry, Ruth & Brownley, Martine Watson. Mothering the mind: twelve studies of writers and their silent partners,New York: Holmes & Meier, 1984. PR106 .M64
Brownley, Martine Watson. Appearance and reality in Gibbon's history Journal of the History of Ideas, 1977; 38 (4)
Brownley, Martine Watson. Gibbon's artistic and historical scope in the decline and fall. Journal of the History of Ideas (JHI), 1981 Oct.-Dec. 42 (4)
Brownley, Martine Watson. Halifax and the ideology of the aphorism. Modern Philology: A Journal Devoted to Research in Medieval and Modern Literature, 1992 Aug; 90 (1)
Brownley, Martine Watson. Mandeville and Augustan Ideas (Book). Letters in Canada, Winter2001/2002, Vol. 71 Issue 1
Brownley, Martine Watson. The theatrical world of the decline and fall. Papers on Language & Literature, 1979-1-1 15 (3)
Clarendon and the rhetoric of historical form (Book Review). History & Theory, 1986, 25 (2)
Fussner, F. Smith. The Clarendon and the rhetoric of historical form (Book Review). American Historical Review, Jun86, 91 (3)
Mahoney, Maryjo. Women and autobiography, and: authoring a life: a woman's survival in and through literary studies, and: lives of their own: rhetorical dimensions in autobiographies of women activists, and: telling women's lives: subject, narrator, reader, text (Book Review). NWSA Journal, Spring2001, 13 (1)
Trimm, Ryan. Between culture and state. Novel: A Forum on Fiction, Fall2002, 36 (1)
Simon, Irene. Clarendon and the rhetoric of historical form (Book).
English Studies, Feb87, 68 (1)
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