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Flannery, Mary Colleen; Brown, Amy; Curtis, Kristen Haas (28 September 2022). ‘“For the love of modesty”: Looking at Chaucerian Obscenity after the Middle Ages’ (Unpublished). In: CUSO Doctoral Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern English Studies’. University of Geneva. 28 September 2022.


Brown, Amy Elizabeth (5 November 2021). Amica and/or Uxor: Language of Friendship, Love and Consent as used by Héloise and Abélard (Unpublished). In: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Seminar Series. Monash University, Australia (online). 05.11.2021.

Flannery, Mary; Brown, Amy; Curtis, Kristen (10 May 2021). “More to please than to instruct”: Eighteenth-century Responses to Chaucerian Obscenity (Unpublished). In: Medieval Round Table. University of Melbourne. 10.05.21.

Brown, Amy Elizabeth (31 March 2021). The Miller's Female Son: Sexual Availability, Consent, and the Daughter’s Deviant Body in The Miller of Trompington (1715) (Unpublished). In: Doctoral Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern English Studies. University of Geneva. 31.03.2021.

Brown, Amy Elizabeth (2021). Review of "Feros Ruys, Juanita, Michael W. Champion, and Kirk Essary, eds, Before Emotion: The Language of Feeling, 400–1800 (Routledge Studies in Medieval Literature and Culture), New York, Routledge, 2019". Parergon : bulletin of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 38(1), pp. 214-216. Canberra

Brown, Amy Elizabeth (2021). Review of "Carissa M. Harris, Obscene Pedagogies: Transgressive Talk and Sexual Education in Late Medieval Britain". Medium aevum, 90(1), p. 163. Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature


Brown, Amy (8 May 2020). Grammar and Body in translation: Grisandolus as genderqueer figure in the Suite Merlin and Middle English Prose Merlin (Unpublished). In: Fiesole. A Digital Early Career Symposium. Unviersity of Toronto (online). 6 - 8 May 2020.

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