Articles

Encyclopedia Entries

“Maskenaufzug,” Enzyklopaedie der Neuzeit. Ed. Friedrich Jaeger. Vol. 11. Stuttgart: Metzler, 2010.

“Emblem,” Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2012.

Articles in Journals

“Seelewig: The Earliest Extant German Opera and its Antecedent,” Daphnis, 14 (1985), 559-578.

“The Reception of Martin Opitz’s Judith During the Baroque Age,” Daphnis, 16 (1987), 147-165.

“Music in the Works of the Early Pegnitzschäfer,” Daphnis, 17 (1988), 633-646.

“The Poetics of the Singspiel,” Studies on Modern and Classical Literatures and Languages, II (1989), 77-85.

“Heinrich Schütz and The ‘Store Bilager’ in Copenhagen (1634),” Schütz-Jahrbuch, 11 (1989), 32-52.

“Martin Opitz’s Judith and Mogens Skeel’s Dansktalende Judith,” (with Kenneth H. Ober), Scandinavian Studies, 61 (1989), 1-11.

Das Treffen in Telgte: Zur Erzähltechnik von Günter Grass,” Studi Tedeschi, 30 (1987 [=1990]), 339-358.

“Moßkaw/Moskva: Sumarokov’s Translations of Fleming’s Sonnets,” (with Kenneth H. Ober), Germano-Slavica, 6 (1990), 259-284.

“Emblems of Peace in a Seventeenth-Century Danish Pageant,” Emblematica, 5 (1992), 321-340.

“Festival Books as Historical Literature: The Reign of Christian IV of Denmark (1596-1648),” The Seventeenth Century, 7 (1992), 1-14.

“Zwei unbekannte Seitenstücke zu Opitz’s Dafne,” Wolfenbütteler Barock-Nachrichten, 19 (1992), 12-22.

“The Fifth Horseman: Discourses of Disaster and the ‘Burchardi Flut’ 1634.” Daphnis, 24 (1995), 301-327.

“A New German Stammbuch for the Beinecke,” The Yale University Library Gazette, 70 (1996), 126-134.

“Emblems and German Protestant Court Culture: The Duchess Marie Elisabeth’s Ballet in Gottorf (1650),” Emblematica, 9 (1997), 45-109.

“Enlightenment Self-Fashioning in the German Vernacular: Salomon Maimon’s Autobiography,” The Lessing Yearbook, 29 (1997) 175-198.

“Invisible Bibliographies: Three Seventeenth-Century German Women Writers,” Women in German Yearbook, 14 (1998), 41-69.

“Das Stammbuch von Friedrich Daniel Titz,” Wolfenbütteler Barock-Nachrichten, 25 (1998), 3-33.

“Kronprinz Christian von Dänemark und seine sächsische Braut Magdalena Sibylle als Mäzene von Heinrich Schütz,” Schütz-Jahrbuch 21 (1999) 49-61.

“The Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft at Skokloster,” Wolfenbütteler Barock-Nachrichten 38.2 (2012): 149-168.

“Strategien des Kulturtransfers im Pegnesischen Blumenorden und ihre Bedeutung für die Öffnung der Gendergrenzen für schreibende Frauen der Frühen Neuzeit,” Daphnis 40 (2012): 1-43.

“Von Nürnberg bis zum Baltikum: Der Pegnesische Blumenorden als Initiator literarischen Kulturtransfers.” In Vielheit und Einheit der Germanistik weltweit, ed. Franciszek Grucza and Jianhu Zhu. Publikationen der Internationalen Vereinigung für Germanistik, Vol. 4 (2012): 253-258.

“From Reading to Writing: Women Authors and Book Collectors at the Wolfenbüttel Court, A Case Study of Georg Philip Harsdörffer’s Frauenzimmer Gesprächspiele (1641-1658).” In: German Life and Letters 67.4 (2014): 481-495.

“German Theater in Denmark in the Age of King Christian IV (1577-1648),” Thalia Germanica, Vol. 15. Im Spiegel der Theatergeschichte. In the Mirror of Theatre History, Ed. Paul Ulrich, Gunilla Dahlberg, Horst Fassel. Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2015, 11-20.

“Elisabeth von Dänemark (1573-1626) als Fürstin von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel: Dynastische Frauen und Kulturtransfer.” In: Herzog Heinrich Julius von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (1564-1613): Politiker und Gelehrter mit europäischem Profil, ed. Werner Arnold, Brage Bei der Wieden, and Ulrike Gleixner. Braunschweig: Appelhans Verlag, 2016, 263-282.

Linked Open Data and Semantic Web Technologies in Emblematica Online” (with Timothy Cole and Myung-Ja K. Han). In: Early Modern Studies and the Digital Turn: New Tools for New Research Questions, ed. Michael Ullyot, Diane Jakacki, and Laura Estill. New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Vol. 502.  Toronto and Tucson: Iter and University of Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2016, 201-235.

“Women’s Networks of Knowledge: The Emblembuch as Stammbuch.” In Knowledge in Motion, edited by Christian Schneider and Gerhild Scholz Williams. Special Issue of Daphnis: Zeitschrift für Mittlere Deutsche Literatur und Kultur der Frühen Neuzeit 45.1-2 (2017): 492–509.

Forthcoming Articles (Submitted and accepted for publication)

Emblematica Politica in Context: Georg Rem’s Manuscript at the Newberry Library” Emblematica: Essays in Word and Image 1 (2017): 227­–34.

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