MemberPaula Loscocco

…8216;You who in your selves do comprehend all’: Notes Toward a Study of Queer Union in Katherine Philips and John Milton.” Women’s Writing 23 (2016).  Reprinted in Marie-Louise Coolahan and Gillian Wright, ed.  Katherine…

Paula Loscocco writes mostly about John Milton and early women writers. She teaches courses in early modern and eighteenth-century literature, classical and biblical traditions, composition, and English teaching and careers. Her current research explores the writing life in Milton, Katherine Philips, Phillis Wheatley and Mary Montagu.

MemberEsther van Raamsdonk


Milton, Marvell, and the Dutch Republic, in the series Renaissance and Early Modern Studies in Worlds of Knowledge (Routledge: 2020).

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With Sjoerd Levelt and Michael D. Rose, eds., Silken Hook…

I am a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow (2020-23) at the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick. At the moment, I am working on a full-time research project that examines the politics of seventeenth-century biblical narrative adaptations in the Dutch Republic and England. Previously, I was an AHRC-funded postdoctoral researcher for ‘Networking Archives’ at Queen Mary University, London, and the University of Oxford. This is a digital humanities project that performs networking analysis on the Tudor and Stuart State Papers in the National Archives. I completed a Ph.D. at the University of Exeter on Milton, Marvell, and Anglo-Dutch relations. I have published articles on travelogues, Joost van den Vondel and Milton, Anglo-Dutch demonology, and imagology. My book (just out) with Routledge is entitled Milton, Marvell, and the Dutch Republic.