International Book: Mary of Nemmegen (edition with introduction

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International
Book:
Mary of Nemmegen (edition with introduction and commentary, in the series “Medieval and Renaissance Texts”).
1991. E J Brill, Leiden.
Articles (peer-reviewed):
“Die Masscheroenspel in Mariken van Nieumeghen : ‘n veelsydige spieel”. 1993. Millennium (University of
Nijmegen) 7 (2) : 147 – 161.
“Mankind for Africa”. 2002. Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama [Tacoma, U.S.A.: University of Puget
Sound] XLI : 168 – 198.
“Medieval Woman as Child of God and Instrument of the Devil : From Image to Identity (and Back?)”. 2002.
Dutch Crossing [Univ. of London] 26 (1) : 127 - 142.
“(Type)Casting the Other : the Representation of Jews and Devils in two Plays of the Assumption”. 2005.
European Medieval Drama 9 : 35 – 60. (Brepols, Belgium)
National
Chapters in books:
“Sin and Salvation; Time and Eternity : the ‘Play of Masscheroen’ in Mariken van Nieumeghen”. 2002. pp. 240277 in E.A. Maré (ed.). Quests for Humanity : The Middle Ages and the Millennium. Pretoria: University of South
Africa Press.
“Esther and Judith : Female Heroes ‘Othered’ and Erased”. 2004. pp. 184-195 in R. Gray, S. Koyana & I. Noome
(eds). Mother Tongue / Other Tongue? : Law, Learning and Literature. Pretoria: University of Pretoria Press.
Articles (peer-reviewed, in accredited journals):
“Questions of Name and Identity in Mary of Nemmegen”. 1990. The Southern African Journal of Medieval and
Renaissance Studies 1 (1) : 78 – 95.
“The Tale of Sir Gareth : Malory’s Establishment of a Fairytale World within the Morte Darthur”. 1991. Acta
Academica 23 (2) : 108 – 119.
“Dangerous Names : Devils and Vices in the Medieval English Drama”. 1991 (appeared 1992). Nomina Africana
5 (1) : 45 – 64.
“Aspects of dramatic development in the roles of devil characters in the religious drama of the Netherlands, with
particular reference to Mariken van Nieumeghen”. 1996. The Southern African Journal of Medieval and
Renaissance Studies 6 (1) : 72 – 102.
“Cosmic Signs : The Representation of Go[o]d and [the] [D]Evil in the medieval morality play Mankind”. 2000. The
Southern African Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 10 : 13 – 33.
“A Trio con brio, or an Unholy Trinity? : Naming and Numbering the Vices in the medieval morality play Mankind”.
2002. Nomina Africana [special Festschrift issue for Dr Peter Raper] 16 (1 & 2) : 204 – 221.
“Medieval Images of Womanhood : the Construction of Mary of Nemmegen”. 2002. Acta Academica
Supplementum (1) : 63 – 90 [theme issue: Gender, Society and Theory].
Names and Renaming as Disguise : Vices in Rhetoricians’ Drama”. 2003. Nomina Africana 17 (1) : 21 – 33.
“Vicious Games : Ludus as Evil in the medieval morality play Mankind”. 2005 (appeared 2006). The Southern
African Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies [special Festschrift issue for Prof. Jean Freed-Isserow] 15 :
69 – 85.
“The Medieval Construct of the Demonic: An Inverted Incarnation”. 2007 (appeared 2008). Acta Academica 39
(3) : 1 – 22.
(Also numerous non-commercially published student editions of poetry and medieval texts, as well as a
multimedia study course in the cultural background of the medieval period, using Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales as
a literary focus.)
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