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2021

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2021). ‘“You and Me, Baby, Ain’t Nothin’ But Mammals”: Animal Metaphors and Sexual Consent in the Poetry of William Dunbar’ (In Press). In: Subjects of Violence: Women, Consent, and Resistance in the Late Middle Ages. Pennsylvania State University Press

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2021). 'obscenity' (In Press). In: The Chaucer Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2021). 'shame' (In Press). In: The Chaucer Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2021). 'swearing' (In Press). In: The Chaucer Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2021). 'John Lydgate' (In Press). In: The Chaucer Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell

2020

Kendall, Bridget; Steiner, Emily; Flannery, Mary; Bale, Anthony (2020). Chaucer, father of English poetry [Audio]. In: The Forum. BBC Radio 4.

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2020). Response: Langlandian Personification. Yearbook of Langland Studies(33), pp. 231-238. Brepols

Flannery, Mary C. (2020). Et cetera: Obscenity and Textual Play in the Hengwrt Manuscript. Studies in the age of Chaucer, 42(1), pp. 1-25. Ohio State University Press 10.1353/sac.2020.0000

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2020). ‘Good Fun: Cecily Chaumpaigne and the Ethics of Chaucerian Obscenity’ (In Press). The Chaucer review : a journal of medieval studies and literary criticism Pennsylvania State University Press

2019

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2019). Practising shame: Female honour in later medieval England. Manchester medieval literature and culture: Vol. 29. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2019). Looking for Scribal Play in Oxford, New College MS 314. New College Notes, 12(3), pp. 1-4. New College (Oxford)

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2019). 'The Shame Game', episode of the BBC Radio 4 podcast 'When Greeks Flew Kites' [Audio]. In: When Greeks Flew Kites. BBC Radio 4

Flannery, Mary Colleen (2019). ‘Many Words, Many Turds: Middle English Proverbial Wisdom and the Incontinence of Female Speech’ (In Press). Medieval Feminist Forum Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship

2018

Flannery, Mary Colleen (19 September 2018). 'Why supporters are lining up to vouch for Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh'. Washington Post

Flannery, Mary C. (ed.) (2018). Emotion and Medieval Textual Media. Brepols

Flannery, Mary C. (2018). Tutivillus and the Policing of Speech in Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Douce 104. In: Boffey, Julia; Whitehead, Christiania (eds.) Middle English Lyrics: New Readings of Short Poems (pp. 240-250). Boydell & Brewer 10.1017/9781787442993.018

Flannery, Mary C. (2018). ‘Introduction: Medieval Emotion and Texts as/in Media’. In: Flannery, Mary C. (ed.) Emotion and Medieval Textual Media. Early European Research: Vol. 13 (pp. 1-18). Brepols 10.1484/M.EER-EB.5.115895

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