Chapters

“Geist- und Weltliche Dramata: Dafne, Judith, Hecuba, Antigone,” Opitz und seine Welt: Festschrift für Georg Schulz Behrend, ed. Barbara Becker-Cantarino and Jörg-Ulrich Fechner. Chloe, Vol. 10. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990, 541-559.

“Das Lied als Cartell,” Studien zum deutschen weltlichen Kunstlied des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts, ed. Gudrun Busch and Anthony Harper. Chloe, Vol. 12. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1992, 7-34.

“Das Historische Konzert im Kontext: Literarische Musikkultur des 17. Jahrhunderts in Nürnberg,” der Franken Rom. Nürnbergs Blütezeit in der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts, ed. John Roger Paas. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1995, 114-131.

“The Politics of Splendor: Christian IV of Denmark’s Hamburg Pageant (1603),” Brückenschläge. Eine barocke Festgabe für Ferdinand van Ingen, ed. Martin Bircher. Chloe, Vol. 25. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995, 25-39.

“Die Bedeutung Dänemarks für die Entwicklung der frühdeutschen Oper in Halle und Weißenfels,” Die Oper am Weißenfelser Hof, ed. Eleonore Sent, Weißenfelser-Kulturtraditionen, Vol. 1. Rudolstadt: Hain 1996, 191-207.

“The Poet Johann Lauremberg and the Projects of Danish National Identity During the Reign of Christian IV,” Cultura Baltica, ed. Bo Andersson and Richard E. Schade. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Studia Germanistica Upsaliensia, Vol. 35. Uppsala: University of Uppsala, 1996, 91-101.

“Öffentliche Geselligkeit am Kopenhagener Hof: Die Krönungsfestlichkeiten Christians IV. (1596),” Geselligkeit und Gesellschaft im Barockzeitalter, ed. Wolfgang Adam. Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, Vol. 28. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1997, 703-711.

“Drama in Denmark and Norway,” pp. 289-297; “Opera in Denmark and Norway,” pp. 465-470; “Ballet in Denmark and Norway,” pp. 571-575; “Fireworks and Entries in Denmark and Norway,” pp. 743-749; In: Spectacvlvm Evropævm. Theatre and Spectacle in Europe 1580-1750. Histoire du Spectacle en Europe 1580-1750, ed. Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly and Pierre Béhar. Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, Vol. 31. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1999.

“‘Große Hochzeit’ und Gipfeltreffen in Kopenhagen 1634: Dänische Repräsentationspolitik im Dreißigjährigen Krieg,” Zwischen Alltag und Katastrophe. Der Dreißigjährige Krieg aus der Nähe, ed. Hans Medick and Begnina von Krusenstjern in Zusammenarbeit von Patrice Veit. Veröffentlichungen des Max-Planck-Instituts für Geschichte, Vol. 148. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1999, 113-131.

“Simon de Pas and Karel van Mander III at the Court of King Christian IV: The Dutch Emblem Tradition in Denmark,” The Emblem Tradition and the Low Countries, ed. John Manning, Karel Porteman, and Marc van Vaeck. Imago Figurata Studies, Vol. 1b. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1999, 303-313.

“Politics and Performance: Saxon-Danish Court Festivals 1548-1709,” Musical Entertainments and the Politics of Performance, ed. Marie-Claude Canova-Green. Occasional Papers in Modern Languages, Culture and Society, Vol. 4. London: Goldsmith’s College, University of London, 2000, 41-57.

“Emblems in Scandinavia,” Glasgow Emblem Studies, Vol. 5, ed. Anthony J. Harper and Ingrid Höpel. Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 2000, 23-39.

“Georg Engelhardt Loehneyss’ Della Cavalleria als höfische Kunstlehre,” Künste und Natur, 2 vols., ed. Hartmut Laufhütte,Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, Vol. 35. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2000, 577-589.

“Performance, Publication, Piracy. Gabriel Voigtländer’s Erster Theil Allerhand Oden vnnd Lieder… (1642),” Musik und Szene. Festschrift für Werner Braun, ed. Bernhard Appel, Karl Wilhelm Geck und Herbert Schneider. Saarbrücker Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, NF, Vol. 9 Saarbrücken: SDV, 2001, 539-548.

“Embleme der sächsich-polnischen Union: Emblematik bei der Danziger Huldigung des Königs August II. von Polen im Jahre 1698,” Polyvalenz und Multifunktionalität der Emblematik, ed. Wolfgang Harms and Dietmar Peil. Mikrokosmos, Vol. 65. Bern: Lang, 2002, 501-517.

“Vorbemerkung.” In Neue Geistliche Schauspiele, by Constantin Christian Dedekind, 1670. Facsimile repr. ed. and introduction by Mara R. Wade, vii-xxvii. Stuttgart: Hiersemann, 2002.

“The Queen’s Courts: Anne of Denmark and her Royal Sisters—Cultural Agency at Four Northern European Courts in the 16th and 17th Century,” Women and Culture at the Courts of the Stuart Queens, ed. Clare McManus. London: Palgrave, 2003, 49-80.

“Publication, Pageantry, Patronage: Georg Engelhard von Loehneyss’ Della Cavalleria (1609; 1624) and his Hamburg Tournament Pageant for King Christian IV of Denmark (1603),” Pomp. Power and Politics: Essays Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Christian IV of Denmark (1596), edited by Mara R. Wade, 165-197. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2003 (=Daphnis 32).

”Introduction.” In Pomp. Power and Politics: Essays Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the Coronation of King Christian IV of Denmark (1596), edited by Mara R. Wade, 5-11. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2003. (=Daphnis 32).

“Toward an Emblem Portal: Local and Global Portal Construction,” Digital Collections and the Management of Knowledge: Renaissance Emblem Literature as a Case Study for the Digitization of Rare Texts and Images, ed. Mara R. Wade. Salzburg: DigiCULT, 2004, 115-120.

“Von Schedels Weltchronik bis zu Birkens Friedensdichtungen: eine Nürnberger emblematisch-ikonographische Tradition im Kontext,” Die Domänen des Emblems: Außerliterarische Anwendungen der Emblematik, ed.Gerhard F. Strasser and Mara R. Wade. Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, Vol. 39. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2004, 55-78.

”Einleitung,” Die Domänen des Emblems: Außerliterarische Anwendungen der Emblematik, ed. Gerhard F. Strasser and Mara R. Wade. Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, Vol. 39. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2004, 7-13.

”Introduction,” (with Glenn Ehrstine) Foreign Encounters in German Literature Before 1700. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004 (=Daphnis 33), 5-31.

“‘Das Beste ligt verborgen’: Georg Philipp Harsdörffer als Theoretiker und Praktiker der Emblemkunst,” Georg Philipp Harsdörffer und die Künste, ed. Doris Gerstl. Nürnberg: Verlag Hans Carl, 2005, 188-204.

“Introduction,” (with Warren U. Ober) Translation as Cultural Capital: Russian Translators, English Poets, and Some Others. Waterloo, Ontario: University of Waterloo, 2005. (=Germano-Slavica, Vol. 15), 3-11.

“Witwenschaft und Mäzenatentum: Hedwig, Prinzessin von Dänemark und Kurfürstin von Sachsen (1581-1641),” Die Stadt – Ort kulturellen Handelns von Frauen in der frühen Neuzeit, ed. Susanne Rode-Breymann). Köln: Bohlau, 2007, 219-231.

“Widowhood as a Space for Patronage: Hedevig, Princess of Denmark and Electress of Saxony (1581-1641), Forum for Renaissance Studies, Vol. 3 (2007), 1- 28.

“Introduction,” (with Simon McKeown), The Emblem in Scandinavia and the Baltic. Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 2007. [=Glasgow Emblem Studies, Vol. 11), v-xxiii.

“Sebald Meinhard’s Liturgical Emblems in Danzig,” The Emblem in Scandinavia and the Baltic, ed. Simon McKeown and Mara R. Wade. Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 2007. [=Glasgow Emblem Studies, Vol. 11), 205-230.

“Dänisch-sächsische Hoffesteder frühen Neuzeit,”Mit Fortuna Übers Meer. Sachsen und Dänemark—Ehen und Alliazen im Spiegel der Kunst (1548-1709), ed. Jutta Kappel and Claudia Brink. Exhibition Catalogue, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden. (Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2009), 63-69.

“Festivals in Scandinavia,” ed. Mara R. Wade (one color plate, 16 b/w illustrations). In: Europa Triumphans, ed. Ronnie Mulryne, Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly, Margaret Shewring. 237-341. Vol. 2. London: Ashgate, 2004. Revised in March 2009 for digital publication by Ashgate.

“Prinzessin Magdalena Sibylle,” Mit Fortuna Übers Meer. Sachsen und Dänemark—Ehen und Alliazen im Spiegel der Kunst (1548-1709), ed. Jutta Kappel and Claudia Brink. Exhibition Catalogue, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden. (Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2009), 174-179.

“Dansk-Sachsiske Hoffester efter Reformationen,” Tro, Styrke, Kærlighed, eds. Jutta Kappel and Claudia Brink. Danish Ed. Jørgen Hein and Peter Christiansen. Exhibition Catalogue, De Danske Kongers kronologiske Samling Rosenborg. Copenhagen: Narayana Press, 2010, 65-71.

“Magdalena Sibylle af Sachsen. “Et Menneske … øvet i lykke og unlykke, glæåde og sorg,” Tro, Styrke, Kærlighed, ed. Jutta Kappel and Claudia Brink. Danish Ed. Jørgen Hein and Peter Christiansen. Exhibition Catalogue, De Danske Kongers kronologiske Samling Rosenborg. Copenhagen: Narayana Press, 2010, 162-167.

“Paper Monuments and the Creation of Memory: The Personal and Dynastic Mourning of Princess Magdalena Sybille of Saxony,” Enduring Loss, ed. Lynne Tatlock. Studies in Central European Histories, 50. Leiden: Brill, 2010, 161-186.

“Reading Rape: Gendered Discourses of Sexual Violence. Grimmelshausen and the Sack of Magdeburg,” Ethik – Geschlecht – Medizin. Körpergeschichten in politischer Reflexion. Internationale Frauen- und Genderforschung in Niedersachsen, ed. Waltraud Ernst. (= Focus Gender, Vol. 14). Münster: LIT Verlag, 2010, 17-39.

“Emblems in Context: From the Early Modern to the Post-Modern,” Transmigrations, ed. Laurence Grove and Alison Saunders. Glasgow Emblem Studies, Vol. 14 (Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 2011, 1-30.

“Gender, Conviviality, and Publication History in Georg Philipp Harsdörffer’s Stamm- und Stechbüchlein (1654),” Le livre demeure: Studies in Book History, ed. Alison Adams and Philip Ford. Cahiers d’Humanisme et Renaissance, 97 Geneva: Droz, 2011, 255-274.

“Die Pax Danica und die frühneuzeitliche Idee der klassischen Monarchie. Dänische Hoffeste und das Imperium maris Baltici” Welche Antike? Konkurrierende Rezeptionen des Altertums im Barock, ed. Ulrich Heinen, Guillaume van Gemert, and Johann Anselm Steiger. Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, 39 (2011): 373-395.

“Duke Ulrik (1578-1624) as Agent, Patron, Artist: The International Perspective c. 1600,” Reframing the Danish Renaissance, ed. Michael Andersen, Birgitte Bøggild Johannsen, Hugo Johannsen. Copenhagen: National Museum, 2011, 244-261.

“Introduction,” Emblem Digitization: Conducting Digital Research with Renaissance Texts and Images Special Issue, Early Modern Literary Studies, Special Issue 20, 2012. http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/emlshome.html

“Showcasing Digital Resources: Emblems and Renaissance Festival Books,” Emblem Digitization: Conducting Digital Research with Renaissance Texts and Images Special Issue, Early Modern Literary Studies, Special Issue 20, 2012. http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/emlshome.html

“Waterfront Entertainments in Saxony and Denmark from 1548-1709,” Water-borne Pageants and Festivities in the Renaissance, ed. Margaret Shewring. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013, 329-358.

“Princess Magdalena Sibylle (1617-1668) and Court Ballet in Denmark and Saxony.” Der Hof: Ort kulturellen Handelns von Frauen in der Frühen Neuzeit, edited Susanne Rode-Breymann and Antje Tumat. Köln: Bohlau, 2013, 352-375 and 184 (color plate).

“Dynasty at Work: Danish Cultural Exchange with England and Germany at the Time of the Palatine Wedding.” The Palatine Wedding of 1613: Protestant Alliance and Court Festival. (= Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung, Vol. 29.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2013, 479-514.

(with Sara Smart). “The Palatine Wedding of 1613: Protestant Alliance and Court Festival. An Introduction.” The Palatine Wedding of 1613: Protestant Alliance and Court Festival, edited by Sara Smart and Mara R. Wade, 13-60. (= Wolfenbütteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung, Vol. 29.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2013.

“Gender Matters. Introduction.” Gender Matters: Discourses of Violence in Early Modern Literature and the Arts, edited by Mara R. Wade, 5-15. (= Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, Vol. 169.) Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014.

“Der Körper in der Emblematik.” In: Körper – Kultur – Kommunikation / Corps – Culture – Communication, edited by Alexander Schwarz, Barbara Wahlen, Catalina Schiltknecht, 283-298. In: TAUSCH – Textanalyse in Universität und Schule, Vol. 18. Bern: Lang, 2014.

“The Construction of Electoral Saxon Identity in the Court Festivities of 1548,” Authority of Images / Images of Authority, Shaping Political and Cultural Identities in the Pre-Modern World. Edited by Karen Fresco. Medieval Institute Publications. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute, 2016, 79-94.

“From Flensburg to Constantinople: Cosmopolitanism and the Emblem in Melchior Lorck’s Self-Portraits,” in: The Sides of the North, edited by Tamar Cholcman. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2015, 20-41 (5 ill.).

“Magdalena Sibylle (1617–1668). The Dynastic Woman and the Confessional Space of Female Cultural Agency.” In Beyond Scylla and Charybdis. European Courts and Court Residences outside Habsburg and Valois/Bourbon Territories 1500-1700. Edited by Birgitte Bøgghild Johannsen and Karl Ottenheym (=Publications of the National Museum Studies in Archaeology & History, Vol. 24) Odense: Syddansk Universitetsforlag, 2015, 180-190. (5 ill.).

“Balett vid hovet i Holstein-Gottorf.” In: Hedvig Eleonora – den svenska barockens drottning. Edited by Merit Laine. Skrifter från Kungl Husgerådskammaren, Vol. 15. Stockholm: Votum/The Royal Collections, 2015, 92-93. (2 ill.).

“The Construction of Electoral Saxon Identity in the Court Festivities of 1548.” In: Authority of Images / Images of Authority, Shaping Political and Cultural Identities in the Pre-Modern World. Edited by Karen Fresco. Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 2016, 79-94.

“Geld, Geschlecht und gute Ordnung im frühdeutschen Roman Fortunatus.” Eigennutz und ‘gute Ordnung’ Ökonomisierungen der Welt im 17. Jahrhundert, edited by Sandra Richter, and Guillaume Garner. (= Wolfenbütteler Arbeiten zur Barockforschung, Vol. 54) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2016, 207-224 and 581-582.

“The Education of the Princess: Hedwig Eleonora (1636-1715) and Ballet at the Gottorf Court 1649-1655.” In: Hedwig Eleonore and the Arts. Edited by Kristoffer Neville and Lisa Skogh. Farnham (UK): Ashgate, 2016, 159-178.

Forthcoming Chapters (Submitted and accepted for publication)

“Emblems and Cultural Exchange between Nürnberg and Riga in the Seventeenth Century.” In: Gotthard Friedrich Stender (1714-1796) und die Aufklärung im Baltikum im europäischen Kontext, ed. Māra Grudule. Scientific Papers of the University of Latvia (UL), Vol. x (forthcoming 2017; 22 pp. and 2 ill.)

“Johann Klajs Friedensdichtungen 1650-1651: Emblematik als Friedensinstrument.” In: Johann Klaj (1616-1656). Friedensdichter, Poet, Theologe. Edited by Dirk Niefanger and Werner Wilhelm Schnabel. Frühe Neuzeit, Vol. x (accepted for publication).

Princess Magdalena Sibylle’s Golden Horn: Dynastic Women and Cultural Transfer Between Denmark and Saxony.” In Telling Objects—Contextualizing the Role of the Consort in Early Modern Europe, edited by Jill Bepler and Svante Norrhem. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, forthcoming 2017. 16 pp. and 5 illustrations.

Reprinted Article as Chapter in Book

(with Kenneth H. Ober) “Moßkaw/Moskva: Sumarokov’s Translations of Fleming’s Sonnets,” Literary Criticism from 1400-1800, Vol. 104. Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale, 2004. (originally appeared in: Germano-Slavica, 6 (1990), 259-284.)

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