CLEMT research

Completed and current research projects include major editions of John Donne, Aphra Behn, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Richardson, Charles Lamb, Henry James, Oscar Wilde, Wyndham Lewis and Dorothy Richardson.

The following selection of publications indicates some of this research:

  • Hugh Adlington, ed., Sermons Preached at the Jacobean Courts, 1619-1625, Vol. 2 of The Oxford Edition of the Sermons of John Donne, 16 vols, gen. ed., Peter McCullough (Oxford: Oxford University Press) (forthcoming).
  • Louise Curran, Samuel Richardson and the Art of Letter-Writing (Cambridge University Press, 2016).
  • Oliver Herford, The Prefaces, vol. 33 of The Complete Fiction of Henry James (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).
  • John Jowett, Gary Taylor, John Jowett, Terri Bourus, and Gabriel Egan, ed., The New Oxford Shakespeare (Oxford University Press, 2016).
  • Tom Lockwood, ‘“He spoke to Charles Lamb...”: Reading and Performance in Hazlitt’s Lectures Chiefly on the Dramatic Literature of the Age of Elizabeth’, The Hazlitt Review, 7 (2014), 31-46.
  • Rebecca Mitchell, Oscar Wilde’s Chatterton: Literary History, Romanticism, and the Art of Forgery, co-authored with Joseph Bristow (Yale, 2015).
  • Kate Rumbold, Shakespeare and the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Cultures of Quotation from Samuel Richardson to Jane Austen (Cambridge University Press, 2016).
  • Valerie RumboldThe Cambridge Edition of Jonathan Swift, Vol. II, Parodies, Hoaxes, Mock-Treatises: Bickerstaff Papers, Polite Conversation, Directions to Servants and other Works (Cambridge, 2013).
  • Wendy Scase, ‘Afterlives of Medieval Manuscripts’, in Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture, ed. Gail Ashton (Bloomsbury, 2015), pp. 310-21.
  • Martin Wiggins, British Drama, 1533-1642: A Catalogue, 10 vols. (Oxford University Press, 2012-18).
  • Emily WingfieldThe Trojan Legend in Older Scots Literature (D.S. Brewer, 2014).
  • Gillian WrightProducing Women’s Poetry, 1600-1730: Text and Paratext, Manuscript and Print (Cambridge, 2013).