Carole Levin is Professor of History at SUNY/New Paltz. She received her Ph.D. from Tufts University. She has held fellowships at the Newberry Library in Chicago and the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington D.C. and has received the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Her areas of secialization are: Late Medieval/Early Modern England and Europe and Women's History (British and Late Medieval/Early Modern).
The Heart and Stomach of a King: Elizabeth I and the Politics of Sex and Power. University of Pennsylvania Press, New Cultural Studies Series, 1994.
Propaganda in the English Reformation: Heroic and Villainous Images of King John. The Edwin Mellen Press, 1988.
Political Rhetoric, Power, and Renaissance Women. (Co-edited with Patricia A. Sullivan). SUNY Press, 1995.
Sexuality and Politics in Renaissance Drama. (Co-edited with Karen Robertson) The Edwin Mellen Press, 1991.
Ambiguous Realities: Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. (Co-edited with Jeanie Watson) Wayne State University Press, 1987.
"Anne Askew," "Jane Weston," "Elizabeth I," "Lady Jane Grey," "Leo Africanus," "Lavina Terlinc," in Reformations: Protestant and Catholic, 1500- 1620: An Interdisciplinary Dictionary. Ed. Jo Eldridge Carney (Greenwood Press, forthcoming).
"'We Princes, I tell you, are set on stages': Elizabeth I and Dramatic Self- Representation," in Readings in Renaissance Women's Drama. Ed. Susan Cerasano and Marion Wynne-Davies (Routledge Press, forthcoming).
"Catherine of Valois," "Henry V," "Expulsion of Jews," "Joan of Arc," "Margery Kempe," "Margaret of Anjou," "Julian of Norwich," in Historical Dictionary of Late Medieval England. Ed. Ronald Fritze and William Robison (Greenwood Press, forthcoming).
"Illuminating the Margins of the Early Modern Period: Using Women's Voices in the History class," in Options for Teaching Early Modern British Women. Ed. Margaret P. Hannay and Susanne Woods (MLA Publications, forthcoming).
"St. Frideswide and St. Uncumber: Changing Images of Female Saints in Renaissance England," in Women, Writing, and the Reproduction of Culture in Tudor and Stuart Britain. Ed. Mary Elizabeth Burke, Jane Donawerth, Linda Dove, and Karen Nelson (Syracuse University Press, forthcoming).
"Elizabeth I," in Tudor England: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Arthur Kinney (Garland Press, forthcoming).
"Workshop summary: Writing Elizabeth I/Reinventing Elizabeth I," in Attending to Early Modern Women. Ed. Susan Ammussen and Adele F. Seeff (University of Delaware Press, forthcoming).
"Elizabeth I," and "Mary I," in Reader's Guide to Women's Studies. Ed. Eleanor B. Amico (Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, forthcoming).
"Breaking Barriers, Blending Boundaries: Women at the Cross Roads in Early Modern Historical Studies," in Women in the Renaissance Newsletter. (forthcoming).
"'We shall never have a merry world while the Queen lyveth': Gender, Monarchy, and the Power of Seditious Words," in Dissing Elizabeth: Negative Representations of Gloriana. Ed. Julia Walker (Duke University Press, 1998), 77-95.
"Women in the Renaissance," in Becoming Visible: Women in European History. Ed. Renate Bridenthal, Susan Stuard, and Merry Wiesner (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1998), 152-73.
"From Leo Africanus to Ignatius Sancho: Backgrounds and Echoes to Othello." Lamar Journal of the Humanities XXII, 2 (Fall 1996), 45-68.
"Pride's Purge," "Catherine of Braganza," "Aphra Behn," "Elizabeth, Electress of the Palatinate," "Henry, Prince of Wales," "Mary of Modena," and "Arabella Stuart," in Stuart Dictionary of History. Ed. Ronald Fritze and William Robinson (Greenwood Press, 1996), 41-42, 72-73, 177-78, 228- 29, 326, 421-22, 506-07.
"Politics, Women's Voices, and the Renaissance: Questions and Contexts" (Co-authored with Patricia A. Sullivan) in Political Rhetoric, Power, and Renaissance Women (SUNY Press, 1995), 1-13.
"Mary Baynton and Anne Burnell: Madness and Rhetoric in Two Tudor Family Romances," in Political Rhetoric, Power, and Renaissance Women. (SUNY Press, 1995), 173-87.
"Women and Political Communication: From the Margins to the Center" (Co-authored with Patricia A. Sullivan), in Political Rhetoric, Power, and Renaissance Women. (SUNY Press, 1995), 275-82.
"Most Christian King, Most British King: the Image of Arthur in Tudor Propaganda." The McNeese Review XXXIII (1994), 80-90.
"Lady Jane Grey," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 132, Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers. Ed. David A. Richardson (Detroit: A. Bruccoli Clark Layman Book, 1993), 149-153.
"Lady Jane Grey," in Research Guide to European Historical Biography. Ed. James Moncure (Beacham Publishers, 1993), VI, 3209-15.
"'As One Set on a Stage': Queenship, the Expectations of Gender, and Shakespeare's Heroines." The Shakespeare Yearbook III (1992), 167-96.
"James I," in Research Guide to European Historical Biography. Ed. James Moncure, (Beacham Publishers, 1992), 995-1006.
"The European Witchcraze" (Co-authored with Elaine Kruse), in Women's Studies Encyclopedia: History, Philosophy, and Religion. Ed. Helen Tierney (Greenwood Press, 1991), 468-70.
"Elizabeth I," "The Ridolfi Plot," "The Throckmorton Plot," "The Queen's Safety Act," "The Bond of Association," "The Babington Conspiracy," "The Essex Rebellion of 1601," in Tudor Dictionary of History. Ed. Ronald Fritze (Greenwood Press, 1991), 43-44, 62-63, 170-73, 183-85, 409-410, 501-02.
"'Lust Being Lord, There is No Trust in Kings': Passion, King John, and the Responsibilities of Kingship," in Sexuality and Politics in Renaissance Drama. Eds. Carole Levin and Karen Robertson (The Edwin Mellen Press, 1991), 255-78.
"Introduction," (Co-authored with Karen Robertson), in Sexuality and Politics in Renaissance Drama. Eds. Carole Levin and Karen Robertson (The Edwin Mellen Press, 1991), i-xx.
"From Beggars to Souls: Thomas More's Response to Simon Fish's Supplication." Lamar Journal of the Humanities XVI, 2 (Fall, 1990), 5-22.
"Women Scholars and Intellectuals of the English Renaissance," in Women's Studies Encyclopedia: Literature, the Arts, and Learning. Ed. Helen Tierney (Greenwood Press, 1990), 307-09.
"Renaissance Literature: Its Pleasures and Problems as a Source for Women's History." Exemplaria II, 2 (Fall, 1990), 697-701.
"Saints/Visionaries, Witches, Madwomen."(Teaching Note) (Co-authored with Elaine Kruse) Medieval Feminist Newsletter 9 (Summer, 1990), 12-13.
"Richard II and Edward II : The Structure of Deposition." (Co-authored with Robert P. Merrix) The Shakespeare Yearbook I (1990), 1-13.
"Power, Politics, and Sexuality: Images of Elizabeth I," in The Politics of Gender in Early Modern Europe. Ed. Jean R. Brink, Allison P. Coudert, and Maryanne C. Horowitz (Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies Volume XII, 1989), 95-110.
"'Would I Could Give You Help and Succour': Elizabeth I and the Politics of Touch." Albion 21, 2 (1989), 191-205.
"Introduction," Ambiguous Realities: Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Eds. Carole Levin and Jeanie Watson (Wayne State University Press, 1987), pp. 14-21.
"'I Trust I may Not Trust Thee': Women's Visions of the World in Shakespeare's King John," in Ambiguous Realities: Women in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Eds. Carole Levin and Jeanie Watson (Wayne State University Press, 1987), 219-34.
"Queens and Claimants: Political Insecurity in Sixteenth Century England," in Gender, Ideology, and Action: Historical Perspectives on Women's Public Lives. Ed. Janet Sharistanian (Greenwood Press, l986), 41-66.
"John Foxe and the Responsibilities of Queenship," in Medieval and Renaissance Women: Historical and Literary Perspectives. Ed. Mary Beth Rose (Syracuse University Press, 1986), 113-33.
"Lady Jane Grey: Protestant Queen and Martyr," in Silent But For the Word: Tudor Women as Patrons, Translators, and Writers of Religious Works. Ed. Margaret Hannay (Kent State University Press, l985), 92-l06, 272-74.
"Delia Bacon," "Sara Josephine Baker," "Emily Greene Balch," in Encyclopedia USA. Ed. Archie McDonald (Academic International Press, l984), IV, 114-16, 162-63, 167-69.
"The Women's Bureau," in Government Agencies. Ed. Donald Whitnah (Greenwood Press, l983), 623-29.
"Advice on Women's Behavior in Three Tudor Homilies." International Journal of Women's Studies VI (l983): 176-85.
"The Historical Evolution of the Death of King John in Three Renaissance Plays." The Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association IV (l982): 85-106.
"The Failure of Tudor Historians to Make King John a Hero." Bulletin of the West Virginia Association of College English Teachers VII (l982): 24-32.
"Women's Studies: New Resources, New Directions." Curriculum Review XXI (l982): 221-225.
"Women in The Book of Martyrs as Models of Behavior in Tudor England." International Journal of Women's Studies IV (l98l): 196-207.
"A Good Prince: King John and Early Tudor Propaganda." The Sixteenth Century Journal XI (l980): 23-32.
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