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Journal Articles

Read, S and Gill, C (2020) Teaching early modern women’s writing in the era of COVID-19, Sixteenth Century Journal: journal of early modern studies, 51(S1), ISSN: 0361-0160.

Gill, C (2020) The Bible and its exegesis in Aphra Behn’s “An essay on translated prose” (1688), Women's Writing, 27(3), pp.310-324, ISSN: 0969-9082. DOI: 10.1080/09699082.2020.1748810.

Gill, C (2019) Witness, warning, and prophecy: Quaker women's writing, 1655–1700 ed. by Teresa Feroli and Margaret Olofson Thickstun [Book review], Early Modern Women, 14(1), pp.247-249, ISSN: 1933-0065. DOI: 10.1353/emw.2019.0037.

Gill, C (2017) Rachel Adcock, Baptist women’s writings in revolutionary culture, 1640–1680 [Book Review], Quaker Studies, 22(1), pp.119-121, ISSN: 1363-013X. DOI: 10.3828/quaker.2017.22.1.8.

Gill, C (2015) Religion and women in Britain, c. 1660-1760, Women's Writing, 22(2), pp.272-275, ISSN: 1747-5848. DOI: 10.1080/09699082.2015.1019740.

Gill, CJ (2011) Sarah Mortimer: Reason and Religion in the English Revolution, The Recorder, pp.7-8.

Gill, CJ (2009) Evans and Cheevers's A Short Relation in Context: Flesh, Spirit, and Authority in Quaker Prison Writings, 1650–1662, Huntington Library Quarterly, 72(2), pp.257-272, ISSN: 0018-7895.

Gill, CJ (2007) 'All the monarchies of this world are going down the hill': The anti-monarchism of Anna Trapnel's The Cry of a Stone(1654), Prose Studies, 29(1), pp.19-35, ISSN: 0144-0357. DOI: 10.1080/01440350701201423.

Gill, CJ (2006) Peters' "Print Culture and the Early Quakers" - Book Review, Quaker Studies, 10(2), pp.281-294, ISSN: 1363-013X.

Gill, C (2004) Hubberthorne, Richard (bap. 1628, d. 1662), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, DOI: 10.1093/ref:odnb/14018.

Gill, C (2004) Whitehead [née Downer; other married name Greenwell], Anne (c. 1624–1686), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, DOI: 10.1093/ref:odnb/69080.

Gill, CJ (2004) Thomas Aldam, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Edward Burrough, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ and Hobby, EA (2004) Hester Biddle, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) William Dewsbury, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Mary Dyer, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Elizabeth Fletcher, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Mary Forster, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Sarah Gibbons, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Francis Howgill, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Mary Mollineux, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Mary Pope, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Mary Prince, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) William Rogers, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) John Stubbs, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Theophila Townsend, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Dorothy Waugh, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Anne Wentworth, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Dorothy White, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

Gill, CJ (2004) Ministering confusion: Rebellious Quaker women, Quaker Studies, 9(1), pp.17-30, ISSN: 1363-013X.

Gill, CJ (2002) Identities in Quaker women's writing, 1652-60, Women's Writing, 9(2), pp.267-283, ISSN: 1747-5848. DOI: 10.1080/09699080200200226.



Books

Gill, and Hobby, (2013) This I Warn You in Love, The Kindlers, ISBN: 978-0-9562245-5-2.

Gill, CJ (ed) (2010) Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd, ISBN: 9781409400578.

Gill, CJ (2005) Women in the Seventeenth-Century Quaker Community: A Literary Study of Political Identities, 1650-1700, Ashgate, ISBN: 0754639851.



Chapters

Gill, C (Accepted for publication) Margaret Cavendish and war. In Hopkins, L and Rutter, T (ed) A Companion to the Cavendishes, Amsterdam University Press / ARC Humanities Press,ISBN: 9781641891776.

Gill, C (2019) William Penn as preface writer, historian, and controversialist. In The Worlds of William Penn, Rutgers University Press,ISBN: 9781978801813.

Gill, C (2018) 'Harden not thy heart': 'Antinomian' appeals to rulers in Restoration England. In New Critical Studies on Early Quaker Women, 1650-1800, Oxford University Press, pp.41-64, ISBN: 9780198814221.

Gill, C and Tarter, ML (2018) Introduction. In M, T (ed) New Critical Studies on Early Quaker Women, 1650-1800, Oxford University Press, pp.4-14, ISBN: 9780198814221.

Gill, C (2016) Quakers. In OXFORD HANDBOOK OF EARLY MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE AND RELIGION, © OUP,ISBN: 9780199672806.

Gill, C (2016) English radicalism in the 1650s: the Quaker search for the true knowledge. In Radical voices, radical ways Articulating and disseminating radicalism in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Britain, Manchester University Press,ISBN: 9781526106193.

Gill, CJ (2012) Evans, Katherine (ca. 1618-92), and Sarah Cheevers (Chevers) (ca. 1608-1664). In Taylor, MA (ed) Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters, Baker Academic, pp.195-198, ISBN: 978-0-8010-3356-8.

Gill, CJ (2010) Bad Catholics: anti-Popery in This is a Short Relation (Katherine Evans and Sarah Cheevers, 1662). In Paul Salzman, (ed) Expanding the Canon of Early Modern Women's Writing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.234-247, ISBN: 9781443823227.

Gill, CJ (2010) Introduction. In Catie Gill, (ed) Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act, Ashgate, pp.1-9, ISBN: 978 1 4094 0057 8.

Gill, CJ (2004) Dictionary entries on Thomas Aldam, Edward Burrough, Hestor Biddle (co-authored with Elaine Hobby), William Dewsbury, Mary Dyer, Elizabeth Fletcher, Mary Forster, Sarah Gibbons, Francis Howgill, Richard Hubberthorne, Mary Mollineux, Mary Pope, Mary Prince, William Rogers, John Stubbs, Theophila Townsend, Dorothy Waugh, Anne Wentworth, Dorothy White, and Anne Whitehead. In Matthew, HCG and Harrison, BE (ed) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, n. pag, ISBN: 019861411X.



Internet Publications

Read, S and Gill, C (2019) How Women and the Moon Intertwine in Literature.



Posters

Gill, C (2016) Portable politics: Quaker pamphleteering, AHRC Common Ground.

Whiteley, G, Gill, C, Armstrong, CM, Inglis, M (2016) A potency of life, AHRC Common Ground.



Other

Gill, CJ (2009) Trauma and Transformation: The Political Progress of John Bunyan by Vera J. Camden [Book Review].

Gill, CJ (2007) Marcus Nevitt, Women and the Pamphlet Culture of Revolutionary England (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006).



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