Professor Pamela King

  • Professor (English Language and Linguistics)

telephone: +44(0)141 330 5549
email: Pamela.King@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research interests:
Late medieval literature, especially drama; manuscript studies; late medieval cultural history, especially tomb sculpture and burial practices, religious art; European civic festivals from the Middle Ages to present times; theatre history.
Biography: I was born and had my early education in north east Scotland. I am a graduate of the Universities of Edinburgh and York, and have held posts in the Universities of Warwick, York, London, and Cumbria. Before coming to Glasgow I held the Chair in Medieval Studies in the University of Bristol.

Projects:

  • The ESF Exploratory Workshop, held in CEU Budapest in September 2012, on “Re-inventions of Early-European Performing Arts and the Creative City, Civic Regeneration and Cultural Tourism” has involved collaborating with colleagues from central and west Europe and in the Centre of Excellence for the Study of the History of Emotion at the University of Western Australia, bringing together theatre historians, musicologists, sociologists, festival producers and theatre practitioners. The resulting network is devising new ways to collaborate in applying for further funding but also in establishing a web-based knowledge-exchange network of civic festivals based on medieval themes. MedFestUK has been born and is being engaged to assist Hereford Cathedral plan a Midsummer/Corpus Christi celebration to engage the whole city in 2015.
  • The archive-based project sponsored by WUN, has involved collaborating with colleagues in Toronto, Sydney, Leeds, Cape Town and Lancaster, as well as with  Bristol Theatre Collection, on Modern Productions of Medieval Plays, which led to the formation of an on-line collection level catalogue of modern productions of medieval plays in the Anglophone world. Adding to the catalogue is ongoing.
  •  “1652 Country: George Fox and the Early Quakers in the North West”, funded by the British Academy in 2004 got underway with my involvement, though I later pulled out when I left lancaster.
  • I was co-director of York Doomsday Project, a large-scale, multi-media computing project on mystery plays, with the collaboration of the Department of Manuscripts in the British Library (“Initiatives for Access”), funded in 1995-96 by the British Academy, and by Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek - Vlanderen of Belgium, and the British Council for related joint work with the Centre for Medieval Studies, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, on links between Britain and the Low Countries in the later Middle Ages, with special emphasis on mercantile connections and pageantry.

Grants

  • Principal Investigator in a European Science Foundation funded Exploratory Workshop on “Re-inventions of Early-European Performing Arts and the Creative City, Civic Regeneration and Cultural Tourism”
  • Principal Investigator on Worldwide Universities Network funded project on Medieval Plays in Modern Performance, 2010-11
  • Contributing partner in Access Grid project led by University of Sheffield and funded by AHRC, 2006-07
  • British Academy Major Award 2004 for ‘1652 Country’, a collaborative electronic project based around George Fox’s journal of his travels in Cumbria in 1652-53.
  • British Academy Major Award 1995-96 for York Doomsday Project, co-directed with Prof. Meg Twycross of Lancaster University.
  • Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek - Vlanderen of Belgium and the British Council, March 1997 for a joint project between York Doomsday Project the Centre for Medieval Studies, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven.
  • Scottish Education Department major competitive state studentship for D.Phil. study, 1977-79.
  • Scottish Education Department competitive state studentship for MA study, 1976-77.

Supervision

I welcome applications from students who wish to work on any aspect of late medieval religious culture and literature. I am also interested in supervising projects on the revival of medieval performance practices from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present.
I have recently supervised postgraduate work on the Performance of Virtue in the Canterbury Tales, on Medieval Carolling Practices, on the Hereford Mappa Mundi, and on the place of medieval pageantry and plays in the Festival of Britain.


Teaching

No undergraduate teaching


Publications

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Number of items: 70.

2016

King, P. (Ed.) (2016) The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781472421401

King, P. (2016) Introduction. In: King, P. (ed.) The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781472421401

King, P. (2016) Manuscripts, antiquarians, editors and critics: the historiography of reception. In: King, P. (ed.) The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781472421401

King, P., Carpenter, S., Walker, G. and Twycross, M. (Eds.) (2016) The Best Pairt of Our Play: Essays Presented to John J. McGavin [Volume 2]. Series: Medieval English Theatre. Boydell and Brewer: Cambridge. ISBN 9781843844518

King, P. (2016) Poetics and beyond: noisy bodies and aural variations in medieval English outdoor performance. Medieval English Theatre, 38,

2015

King, P., Carpenter, S., Walker, G. and Twycross, M. eds. (2015) The Best Pairt of Our Play: Essays Presented to John J. McGavin [Volume 1]. Series: Medieval English Theatre, 37. Boydell and Brewer: Cambridge. ISBN 9781843844167

King, P. (2015) "Medieval" and "renaissance": the problem of events, their records and their players. In: Hutton, R. (ed.) Medieval or Early Modern: The Value of a Traditional Historical Division. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, pp. 125-145. ISBN 9781443874519

2014

King, P. M. (2014) Medieval English religious plays as early fifteenth-century vernacular theology: the case against. In: Kelly, S. and Perry, R. (eds.) Devotional Culture in late Medieval England and Europe: Diverse Imaginations of Christ's Life. Series: Medieval church studies (31). Brepols: Turnhout, pp. 533-522. ISBN 9782503549354 (doi:10.1484/M.MCS-EB.6.09070802050003050409030504)

King, P. M. (2014) Rules of exchange in Medieval plays and play manuscripts. In: Sell, R. D. (ed.) Literature as Dialogue: Invitations Offered and Negotiated. Series: Dialogue studies, 22. John Benjamins Publishing Company: Amsterdam, pp. 177-196. ISBN 9789027210395 (doi:10.1075/ds.22.09kin)

2013

King, P. M. (2013) The Early English passion play. Yearbook of English Studies, 43, pp. 69-86. (doi:10.5699/yearenglstud.43.2013.0069)

2012

King, P. (2012) Texts in plays: the case of Mankynde. Medieval English Theatre, 34, pp. 45-57.

King, P. (2012) "They have eyes that they might not see": exploring object, display and gaze in religious drama. In: Jaritz, G. (ed.) Ritual, Images, and Daily Life: The Medieval Perspective. Series: Geschichte. Forschung und Wissenschaft, 39. LIT-Verlag: Berlin, Germany, pp. 191-207. ISBN 9783643901132

King, P. (2012) The end of the world in medieval English religious drama. Literature and Theology, 26(4), pp. 384-399. (doi:10.1093/litthe/frs048)

King, P. and Heywood, J. (2012) The play of the weather. In: Betteridge, T. and Walker, G. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Drama. Series: Oxford handbooks. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 207-223. ISBN 9780199566471

2011

King, P.M. (2011) Medieval Literature 1300-1500. Series: Edinburgh critical guides to literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748634590

2010

King, P. (2010) Civic space and gender roles in Lerwick’s Up Helly Aa. In: Cross, M. (ed.) Gender and Fraternal Orders in Europe, 1300-2000. Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills, UK, pp. 244-259. ISBN 9780230272576

King, P. (2010) Confraternities and civic ceremonial: the siena palio. In: Rogerson, M. (ed.) The York Mystery Plays: Performance in the City. York Medieval Press: Woodbridge, UK, pp. 181-204. ISBN 9781903153352

King, P. (2010) Drama: sacred and secular. In: Saunders, C. (ed.) Companion to Medieval Poetry. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture, 67. Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester, UK, pp. 626-646. ISBN 9781405159630

2009

King, P. (2009) Memorials of Ralph Woodford (d.1498) Ashby Folville, Leicestershire: the death of the author? In: Boffey, J. and Davies, V. (eds.) Recording Medieval Lives: Proceedings of the 2005 Harlaxton Symposium. Series: Harlaxton medieval studies (17). Shaun Tyas: Donington, UK, pp. 182-188. ISBN 9781900289955

2008

Butterworth, P., King, P. and Twycross, M. (Eds.) (2008) According to the Ancient Custom: Essays Presented to David Mills. Series: Medieval English theatre. Lancaster University: Lancaster, UK.

King, P. (2008) Losing faith in transformation: protestantism and theatre. Mediaevalia, 29, pp. 79-94.

King, P. (2008) The morality plays. In: Beadle, R. and Fletcher, A.J. (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 235-262. ISBN 9780521864008

2007

King, P. (2007) Playing Pentecost: transformations and texts. Medieval English Theatre, 29, pp. 60-74.

King, P.M. (2007) The York mystery plays. In: Brown, P. (ed.) A Companion to Medieval English Literature and Culture: c.1350-c.1500. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (42). Blackwell Publishing: Malden, MA, USA, pp. 1350-1500. ISBN 9780631219736

2006

King, P.M. (2006) The York Mystery Cycle and the Worship of the City. Series: Westfield medieval studies, 1. D.S. Brewer: Woodbridge, UK. ISBN 9781843840985

2005

King, P. (2005) The renaissance of medieval theatre and the growth of university drama in England. Medieval English Theatre, 27, pp. 105-130.

King, P. (2005) The renaissance of medieval theatre and the growth of university drama in England. Medieval English Theatre, 27, pp. 105-130.

2004

King, P.M. (2004) Doomsday as hypertext: contexts of Doomsday in Fifteenth-Century northern manuscripts, 2: British Library Add. MS 37049. In: Morgan, N.J. (ed.) Prophecy, Apocalypse and the Day of Doom: Proceedings of the 2000 Harlaxton Symposium. Series: Harlaxton medieval studies (12). Shaun Tyas: Donington, UK, pp. 391-403. ISBN 9781900289689

2003

King, P. (2003) 'My image to be made all naked': cadaver tombs and the commemoration of women in fifteenth-century England. Ricardian, 13, pp. 294-314.

King, P. (2003) The York Plays in performance: Civitas versus Templum. Medieval English Theatre, 25, pp. 84-97.

King, P.M. (2003) Treasurer’s cadaver in York minster reconsidered. In: Dobson, B., Barron, C.M. and Stratford, J. (eds.) Church and Learning in Later Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of R.B. Dobson: Proceedings of the 1999 Harlaxton Symposium. Series: Harlaxton medieval studies (11). Shaun Tyas: Donington, UK, pp. 196-209. ISBN 9781900289528

King, P.M. (2003) The York cycle and instruction on the sacraments. In: Rees-Jones, S. (ed.) Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad. Series: Utrecht studies in medieval literacy (3). Brepols: Turnhout, Belgium, pp. 155-178. ISBN 9782503510767

2001

Carpenter, S., King, P.M. and Meredith, P. (2001) Porci Ante Margaritam: Essays in Honour of Meg Twycross. Series: Leeds studies in English, new series, 32. University of Leeds: Leeds, UK.

King, P.M. (2001) He pleyeth Herodes upon a scaffold hye. Leeds Studies in English, 32, pp. 212-228.

King, P.M. (2001) Metaphysical Poets. Series: York notes, advanced. York Press: Harlow, UK. ISBN 9780582431584

2000

King, P. (2000) The York plays and the feast of Corpus Christi: a reconsideration. Medieval English Theatre, 22, pp. 13-32.

King, P.M. (2000) Corpus Christi: Valencia. European Medieval Drama, 4, pp. 181-205. (doi:10.1484/J.EMD.2.300800)

King, P.M. (2000) The Miller's Prologue and Tale, Geoffrey Chaucer: Note. Series: York notes: advanced. York Press: London, UK. ISBN 9780582424616

King, P.M. (2000) Seeing and hearing: the audience of medieval plays. Early Theatre, 3(1), pp. 155-166.

King, P.M. and Davidson, C. (2000) The Coventry Corpus Christi Plays. Series: Early drama, art, and music monograph series, 27. Medieval Institute Publications: Michigan, MI, USA. ISBN 9781580440554

1999

King, P.M. (1999) Contemporary cultural models for the trial plays in the York cycle. In: Hindley, A. (ed.) Drama and Community: People and Plays in Medieval Europe. Series: Medieval texts and cultures of Northern Europe (1). Brepols: Turnhout, Belgium, pp. 200-216. ISBN 9782503507675

1998

King, P.M. (1998) Calendar and text: Christ's ministry in the York plays and the liturgy. Medium Aevum, 67(1), pp. 30-59.

King, P.M. (1998) Corpus Christi plays and the ‘Bolton hours’ 1: tastes in lay piety and patronage in fifteenth-century York. Medieval English Theatre, 18, pp. 46-62.

King, P.M., Twycross, M. and Prescott, A. (1998) The York Doomsday project. In: Carpenter, L., Prescott, A. and Shaw, S. (eds.) Towards the Digital Library: The British Library's Initiatives for Access Programme. British Library: London, UK, pp. 50-57. ISBN 9780712345408

1997

King, P.M. (1997) Coventry Mystery Plays. Series: Coventry and county heritage series, 22. Coventry Branch of the Historical Association: Coventry, UK. ISBN 9781873206225

King, P.M. (1997) The York and Coventry mystery cycles: a comparative model of civic response to growth and recession. Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, 22(1), pp. 20-25.

1996

King, P.M. (1996) The festa d'elx: civic devotion, display and identity. In: Twycross, M. (ed.) Festive Drama: Papers from the Sixth Triennial Colloquium of the International Society for the Study of Medieval Theatre, Lancaster, 13-19 July, 1989. D.S. Brewer: Cambridge, UK, pp. 95-109. ISBN 9780859914963

1995

Boeffy, J. and King, P.M. (1995) London and Europe in the Later Middle Ages. Series: Westfield publications in medieval studies (9). Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies: London, UK. ISBN 9781870059077

King, P. (1995) Records of early English drama: reflections of a hardened user. Medieval English Theatre, 17, pp. 52-57.

King, P.M. (1995) York plays, urban piety, and the case of Nicholas Blackburn, Mercer. Archiv fuer das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 232, pp. 37-50.

1994

King, P.M. (1994) The morality plays. In: Beadle, R. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 240-264. ISBN 9780521366700

1993

King, P. (1993) Corpus Christi, Valencia. Medieval English Theatre, 15, pp. 103-110.

King, P. (1993) Minority plays: two interludes for Edward VI. Medieval English Theatre, 15, pp. 87-102.

King, P.M. (1993) Minority plays: interludes for children and the fashioning of Edward VI. In: Maslen, E. and Dixon, P. (eds.) Comedy: Essays in Honour of Peter Dixon by Friends and Colleagues. Short Run Press: Exeter, UK, pp. 14-34. ISBN 9780952157700

1992

King, P.M. and Salvador-Rabaza, A. (1992) The festa or Misteri of Elx: a modern English translation. Medieval English Theatre, 14, pp. 4-21.

1991

King, P.M. (1991) Algunes reflexions sobre la vinguda de la marededeu: significats i origens. In: Ramos, R., Mas Miralle, A., Gonzalez, J.M. and Otros, Y. (eds.) Festa D'Elx 1991. Departament de Publicacions de l'Excm: Elche, Spain, pp. 171-177.

King, P.M. (1991) Chaucer Chaucerians and the theme of poetry. In: Boffey, J. and Cowan, J. (eds.) Chaucer and Fifteenth-Century Poetry. Series: King's College London medieval studies (5). Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies: London, UK, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780951308547

1990

King, P. (1990) Elche again: the venida and the Semana Santa. Medieval English Theatre, 12(1), pp. 4-20.

King, P.M. (1990) Faith, reason and the prophets' dialogue from the Coventry pageant of the Shearmen and Taylors. In: Redmond, J. (ed.) Drama and Philosophy. Series: Themes in drama (12). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 37-46. ISBN 9780521383813

King, P.M. (1990) The cadaver tomb in England: novel manifestations of an old idea. Church Monuments, 5, pp. 26-38.

Llorenç, A. and King, P.M. (1990) La Festa D'Elx. Patronato Nacional del Misterio de Elche: San Vicente, Spain.

1989

King, P.M. (1989) La festa d'elx: algunes observacions d'una forastera. In: Festa d'Elx: 41. Departament de Publicacions de l'Excm: Elche, Spain, pp. 165-177.

King, P.M. (1989) Le transi anglais: une nouvelle perception d'une idee ancienne. In: Grégoire, R. (ed.) La Figuration des Morts dans la Chrétienté Médiévale Jusqu'à la Fin du Premier Quart du XIVe Siècle. Series: Cahier de Fontevraud (1). Centre culturel de l'Ouest: Fontevrault, France, pp. 253-269.

1987

King, P.M. (1987) Spatial semantics and the medieval theatre. In: Redmond, J. (ed.) The Theatrical space. Series: Themes in drama (9). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 45-58. ISBN 9780521334716

1986

King, P. and Salvador-Rabaza, A. (1986) La festa d’Eelx: the festival of the assumption of the virgin, Elche. Medieval English Theatre, 8(1), pp. 21-50.

King, P.M. (1986) Drames anglesos sobre l'assumpcio de la verge. In: Mon I Misteri de la Festa D'Elx. Generalitat Valenciana: Valencia, Spain, pp. 185-195. ISBN 9788475791456

1984

Beadle, R. and King, P.M. (1984) York Mystery Plays: A Selection in Modern Spelling. Clarendon Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780198111894

King, P.M. (1984) Dunbar's the golden targe: a chaucerian masque. Studies in Scottish Literature, 19(1), pp. 115-131.

King, P.M. (1984) The English cadaver tomb in the late fifteenth century: some indications of a Lancastrian connection. In: Taylor, J.H.M. (ed.) Dies Illa: Death in the Middle Ages. Series: Vinaver studies in French (1). F. Cairns: Liverpool, UK, pp. 45-57. ISBN 9780905205182

1981

King, P.M. (1981) Eight English memento mori verses from cadaver tombs. Notes and Queries, 28(6), pp. 525-526.

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Number of items: 70.

Articles

King, P. (2016) Poetics and beyond: noisy bodies and aural variations in medieval English outdoor performance. Medieval English Theatre, 38,

King, P. M. (2013) The Early English passion play. Yearbook of English Studies, 43, pp. 69-86. (doi:10.5699/yearenglstud.43.2013.0069)

King, P. (2012) Texts in plays: the case of Mankynde. Medieval English Theatre, 34, pp. 45-57.

King, P. (2012) The end of the world in medieval English religious drama. Literature and Theology, 26(4), pp. 384-399. (doi:10.1093/litthe/frs048)

King, P. (2008) Losing faith in transformation: protestantism and theatre. Mediaevalia, 29, pp. 79-94.

King, P. (2007) Playing Pentecost: transformations and texts. Medieval English Theatre, 29, pp. 60-74.

King, P. (2005) The renaissance of medieval theatre and the growth of university drama in England. Medieval English Theatre, 27, pp. 105-130.

King, P. (2005) The renaissance of medieval theatre and the growth of university drama in England. Medieval English Theatre, 27, pp. 105-130.

King, P. (2003) 'My image to be made all naked': cadaver tombs and the commemoration of women in fifteenth-century England. Ricardian, 13, pp. 294-314.

King, P. (2003) The York Plays in performance: Civitas versus Templum. Medieval English Theatre, 25, pp. 84-97.

King, P.M. (2001) He pleyeth Herodes upon a scaffold hye. Leeds Studies in English, 32, pp. 212-228.

King, P. (2000) The York plays and the feast of Corpus Christi: a reconsideration. Medieval English Theatre, 22, pp. 13-32.

King, P.M. (2000) Corpus Christi: Valencia. European Medieval Drama, 4, pp. 181-205. (doi:10.1484/J.EMD.2.300800)

King, P.M. (2000) Seeing and hearing: the audience of medieval plays. Early Theatre, 3(1), pp. 155-166.

King, P.M. (1998) Calendar and text: Christ's ministry in the York plays and the liturgy. Medium Aevum, 67(1), pp. 30-59.

King, P.M. (1998) Corpus Christi plays and the ‘Bolton hours’ 1: tastes in lay piety and patronage in fifteenth-century York. Medieval English Theatre, 18, pp. 46-62.

King, P.M. (1997) The York and Coventry mystery cycles: a comparative model of civic response to growth and recession. Records of Early English Drama Newsletter, 22(1), pp. 20-25.

King, P. (1995) Records of early English drama: reflections of a hardened user. Medieval English Theatre, 17, pp. 52-57.

King, P.M. (1995) York plays, urban piety, and the case of Nicholas Blackburn, Mercer. Archiv fuer das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 232, pp. 37-50.

King, P. (1993) Corpus Christi, Valencia. Medieval English Theatre, 15, pp. 103-110.

King, P. (1993) Minority plays: two interludes for Edward VI. Medieval English Theatre, 15, pp. 87-102.

King, P.M. and Salvador-Rabaza, A. (1992) The festa or Misteri of Elx: a modern English translation. Medieval English Theatre, 14, pp. 4-21.

King, P. (1990) Elche again: the venida and the Semana Santa. Medieval English Theatre, 12(1), pp. 4-20.

King, P.M. (1990) The cadaver tomb in England: novel manifestations of an old idea. Church Monuments, 5, pp. 26-38.

King, P. and Salvador-Rabaza, A. (1986) La festa d’Eelx: the festival of the assumption of the virgin, Elche. Medieval English Theatre, 8(1), pp. 21-50.

King, P.M. (1984) Dunbar's the golden targe: a chaucerian masque. Studies in Scottish Literature, 19(1), pp. 115-131.

King, P.M. (1981) Eight English memento mori verses from cadaver tombs. Notes and Queries, 28(6), pp. 525-526.

Books

King, P., Carpenter, S., Walker, G. and Twycross, M. eds. (2015) The Best Pairt of Our Play: Essays Presented to John J. McGavin [Volume 1]. Series: Medieval English Theatre, 37. Boydell and Brewer: Cambridge. ISBN 9781843844167

King, P.M. (2011) Medieval Literature 1300-1500. Series: Edinburgh critical guides to literature. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748634590

King, P.M. (2006) The York Mystery Cycle and the Worship of the City. Series: Westfield medieval studies, 1. D.S. Brewer: Woodbridge, UK. ISBN 9781843840985

Carpenter, S., King, P.M. and Meredith, P. (2001) Porci Ante Margaritam: Essays in Honour of Meg Twycross. Series: Leeds studies in English, new series, 32. University of Leeds: Leeds, UK.

King, P.M. (2001) Metaphysical Poets. Series: York notes, advanced. York Press: Harlow, UK. ISBN 9780582431584

King, P.M. (2000) The Miller's Prologue and Tale, Geoffrey Chaucer: Note. Series: York notes: advanced. York Press: London, UK. ISBN 9780582424616

King, P.M. and Davidson, C. (2000) The Coventry Corpus Christi Plays. Series: Early drama, art, and music monograph series, 27. Medieval Institute Publications: Michigan, MI, USA. ISBN 9781580440554

King, P.M. (1997) Coventry Mystery Plays. Series: Coventry and county heritage series, 22. Coventry Branch of the Historical Association: Coventry, UK. ISBN 9781873206225

Boeffy, J. and King, P.M. (1995) London and Europe in the Later Middle Ages. Series: Westfield publications in medieval studies (9). Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies: London, UK. ISBN 9781870059077

Llorenç, A. and King, P.M. (1990) La Festa D'Elx. Patronato Nacional del Misterio de Elche: San Vicente, Spain.

Beadle, R. and King, P.M. (1984) York Mystery Plays: A Selection in Modern Spelling. Clarendon Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780198111894

Book Sections

King, P. (2016) Introduction. In: King, P. (ed.) The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781472421401

King, P. (2016) Manuscripts, antiquarians, editors and critics: the historiography of reception. In: King, P. (ed.) The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781472421401

King, P. (2015) "Medieval" and "renaissance": the problem of events, their records and their players. In: Hutton, R. (ed.) Medieval or Early Modern: The Value of a Traditional Historical Division. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, pp. 125-145. ISBN 9781443874519

King, P. M. (2014) Medieval English religious plays as early fifteenth-century vernacular theology: the case against. In: Kelly, S. and Perry, R. (eds.) Devotional Culture in late Medieval England and Europe: Diverse Imaginations of Christ's Life. Series: Medieval church studies (31). Brepols: Turnhout, pp. 533-522. ISBN 9782503549354 (doi:10.1484/M.MCS-EB.6.09070802050003050409030504)

King, P. M. (2014) Rules of exchange in Medieval plays and play manuscripts. In: Sell, R. D. (ed.) Literature as Dialogue: Invitations Offered and Negotiated. Series: Dialogue studies, 22. John Benjamins Publishing Company: Amsterdam, pp. 177-196. ISBN 9789027210395 (doi:10.1075/ds.22.09kin)

King, P. (2012) "They have eyes that they might not see": exploring object, display and gaze in religious drama. In: Jaritz, G. (ed.) Ritual, Images, and Daily Life: The Medieval Perspective. Series: Geschichte. Forschung und Wissenschaft, 39. LIT-Verlag: Berlin, Germany, pp. 191-207. ISBN 9783643901132

King, P. and Heywood, J. (2012) The play of the weather. In: Betteridge, T. and Walker, G. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Drama. Series: Oxford handbooks. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 207-223. ISBN 9780199566471

King, P. (2010) Civic space and gender roles in Lerwick’s Up Helly Aa. In: Cross, M. (ed.) Gender and Fraternal Orders in Europe, 1300-2000. Palgrave Macmillan: Houndmills, UK, pp. 244-259. ISBN 9780230272576

King, P. (2010) Confraternities and civic ceremonial: the siena palio. In: Rogerson, M. (ed.) The York Mystery Plays: Performance in the City. York Medieval Press: Woodbridge, UK, pp. 181-204. ISBN 9781903153352

King, P. (2010) Drama: sacred and secular. In: Saunders, C. (ed.) Companion to Medieval Poetry. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture, 67. Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester, UK, pp. 626-646. ISBN 9781405159630

King, P. (2009) Memorials of Ralph Woodford (d.1498) Ashby Folville, Leicestershire: the death of the author? In: Boffey, J. and Davies, V. (eds.) Recording Medieval Lives: Proceedings of the 2005 Harlaxton Symposium. Series: Harlaxton medieval studies (17). Shaun Tyas: Donington, UK, pp. 182-188. ISBN 9781900289955

King, P. (2008) The morality plays. In: Beadle, R. and Fletcher, A.J. (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 235-262. ISBN 9780521864008

King, P.M. (2007) The York mystery plays. In: Brown, P. (ed.) A Companion to Medieval English Literature and Culture: c.1350-c.1500. Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture (42). Blackwell Publishing: Malden, MA, USA, pp. 1350-1500. ISBN 9780631219736

King, P.M. (2004) Doomsday as hypertext: contexts of Doomsday in Fifteenth-Century northern manuscripts, 2: British Library Add. MS 37049. In: Morgan, N.J. (ed.) Prophecy, Apocalypse and the Day of Doom: Proceedings of the 2000 Harlaxton Symposium. Series: Harlaxton medieval studies (12). Shaun Tyas: Donington, UK, pp. 391-403. ISBN 9781900289689

King, P.M. (2003) Treasurer’s cadaver in York minster reconsidered. In: Dobson, B., Barron, C.M. and Stratford, J. (eds.) Church and Learning in Later Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of R.B. Dobson: Proceedings of the 1999 Harlaxton Symposium. Series: Harlaxton medieval studies (11). Shaun Tyas: Donington, UK, pp. 196-209. ISBN 9781900289528

King, P.M. (2003) The York cycle and instruction on the sacraments. In: Rees-Jones, S. (ed.) Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad. Series: Utrecht studies in medieval literacy (3). Brepols: Turnhout, Belgium, pp. 155-178. ISBN 9782503510767

King, P.M. (1999) Contemporary cultural models for the trial plays in the York cycle. In: Hindley, A. (ed.) Drama and Community: People and Plays in Medieval Europe. Series: Medieval texts and cultures of Northern Europe (1). Brepols: Turnhout, Belgium, pp. 200-216. ISBN 9782503507675

King, P.M., Twycross, M. and Prescott, A. (1998) The York Doomsday project. In: Carpenter, L., Prescott, A. and Shaw, S. (eds.) Towards the Digital Library: The British Library's Initiatives for Access Programme. British Library: London, UK, pp. 50-57. ISBN 9780712345408

King, P.M. (1996) The festa d'elx: civic devotion, display and identity. In: Twycross, M. (ed.) Festive Drama: Papers from the Sixth Triennial Colloquium of the International Society for the Study of Medieval Theatre, Lancaster, 13-19 July, 1989. D.S. Brewer: Cambridge, UK, pp. 95-109. ISBN 9780859914963

King, P.M. (1994) The morality plays. In: Beadle, R. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Theatre. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 240-264. ISBN 9780521366700

King, P.M. (1993) Minority plays: interludes for children and the fashioning of Edward VI. In: Maslen, E. and Dixon, P. (eds.) Comedy: Essays in Honour of Peter Dixon by Friends and Colleagues. Short Run Press: Exeter, UK, pp. 14-34. ISBN 9780952157700

King, P.M. (1991) Algunes reflexions sobre la vinguda de la marededeu: significats i origens. In: Ramos, R., Mas Miralle, A., Gonzalez, J.M. and Otros, Y. (eds.) Festa D'Elx 1991. Departament de Publicacions de l'Excm: Elche, Spain, pp. 171-177.

King, P.M. (1991) Chaucer Chaucerians and the theme of poetry. In: Boffey, J. and Cowan, J. (eds.) Chaucer and Fifteenth-Century Poetry. Series: King's College London medieval studies (5). Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies: London, UK, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780951308547

King, P.M. (1990) Faith, reason and the prophets' dialogue from the Coventry pageant of the Shearmen and Taylors. In: Redmond, J. (ed.) Drama and Philosophy. Series: Themes in drama (12). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 37-46. ISBN 9780521383813

King, P.M. (1989) La festa d'elx: algunes observacions d'una forastera. In: Festa d'Elx: 41. Departament de Publicacions de l'Excm: Elche, Spain, pp. 165-177.

King, P.M. (1989) Le transi anglais: une nouvelle perception d'une idee ancienne. In: Grégoire, R. (ed.) La Figuration des Morts dans la Chrétienté Médiévale Jusqu'à la Fin du Premier Quart du XIVe Siècle. Series: Cahier de Fontevraud (1). Centre culturel de l'Ouest: Fontevrault, France, pp. 253-269.

King, P.M. (1987) Spatial semantics and the medieval theatre. In: Redmond, J. (ed.) The Theatrical space. Series: Themes in drama (9). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 45-58. ISBN 9780521334716

King, P.M. (1986) Drames anglesos sobre l'assumpcio de la verge. In: Mon I Misteri de la Festa D'Elx. Generalitat Valenciana: Valencia, Spain, pp. 185-195. ISBN 9788475791456

King, P.M. (1984) The English cadaver tomb in the late fifteenth century: some indications of a Lancastrian connection. In: Taylor, J.H.M. (ed.) Dies Illa: Death in the Middle Ages. Series: Vinaver studies in French (1). F. Cairns: Liverpool, UK, pp. 45-57. ISBN 9780905205182

Edited Books

King, P. (Ed.) (2016) The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance. Routledge: London. ISBN 9781472421401

King, P., Carpenter, S., Walker, G. and Twycross, M. (Eds.) (2016) The Best Pairt of Our Play: Essays Presented to John J. McGavin [Volume 2]. Series: Medieval English Theatre. Boydell and Brewer: Cambridge. ISBN 9781843844518

Butterworth, P., King, P. and Twycross, M. (Eds.) (2008) According to the Ancient Custom: Essays Presented to David Mills. Series: Medieval English theatre. Lancaster University: Lancaster, UK.

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