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Publications:  Prof David Colclough

Colclough D(2020). ‘Slippery turns’: Rhetoric and politics in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus. Global Intellectual History
Colclough D(2019). Prose and the Public Sphere. Gathering Force: Early Modern British Literature in Transition, 1557–1623:, Cambridge University Press
Colclough D(2019). 'I have brought thee up to a Kingdome': Sermons on the Accessions of James I and Charles I. Stuart Succession Literature Moments and Transformations, Oxford University Press, USA
COLCLOUGH DP(2018). Variety in copy-text. A Handbook of Editing Early Modern Texts, Editors: LOFFMAN, C, PHILLIPS, H, Material Readings in Early Modern Culture (Abingdon),
Colclough D(2012). Thomas Adams and John Donne Revisited. Notes & Queries vol. 1, (59) 96-100.
COLCLOUGH DP(2011). Silent Witness: The Politics of Allusion in John Donne's Sermon on Isaiah 32: 8. The Review of English Studies: the leading journal of English literature and language
Colclough D(2011). John Donne. TLS-TIMES LIT SUPPL (5655) 6-6.
COLCLOUGH DP(2011). Rhetoric. The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture: Volume One: Cheap Print in Britain and Ireland to 1660, Oxford University Press
Colclough D(2010). Poetry and the Cromwellian Protectorate: Culture, Politics and Institutions. LOND J vol. 35, (3) 303-305.
Colclough DP (2010). 'John Donne'. Editors: Dyas, D, Christianity and Culture Medium: CD-ROM,
Colclough DP(2010). 'The Materialls for the Building': Reuniting Francis Bacon's Sylva Sylvarum and New Atlantis. Intellectual History Review vol. 20, (2) 181-200.
Colclough DP(2010). Scientific Writing. A New Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture, Editors: Hattaway, M, vol. 1, Wiley-Blackwell (Chichester),
Colclough DP(2010). Upstairs, Downstairs: Doctrine and Decorum in Two Sermons by John Donne. Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 73, (2) 163-191.
COLCLOUGH DP(2009). Talking to the animals: persuasion, counsel and their discontents in Julius Caesar. Shakespeare and Early Modern Political Thought, Editors: Armitage, D, Condren, C, Fitzmaurice, A, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Colclough D(2007). Scientific Writing. A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture,
COLCLOUGH DP(2006). Verse Libels and the Epideictic Tradition in Early Stuart England. Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 69, (1) 15-30.
COLCLOUGH DP(2005). Freedom of Speech in Early Stuart England. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
COLCLOUGH DP(2005). Freedom of Speech, Libel, and the Law in Early Stuart England. Literature, Politics and Law in Renaissance England, Editors: Hutson, L, Sheen, E, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
COLCLOUGH DP(2004). John Donne (1572 - 1631). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Editors: Matthew, HCG, Harrison, B, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
COLCLOUGH DP(2003). "Better Becoming a Senate of Venice?" The "Addled parliament" and Jacobean Debates on Freedom of Speech. The Crisis of 1614 and the Addled Parliament., Editors: Clucas, S, Davis, R, Ashgate (Aldershot),
COLCLOUGH DP(2003). 'Non canimus surdis, respondent omnia sylvae': Francis Bacon and the transmission of knowledge. Textures of Renaissance Knowledge, Editors: Berry, P, Tudeau-Clayton, M, Manchester University Press (Manchester),
COLCLOUGH DP(2003). John Donne's Professional Lives. D S Brewer (Cambridge),
COLCLOUGH DP(2002). Ethics and Politics in the New Atlantis. Francis Bacon's New Atlantis: New Interdisciplinary Essays, Editors: Price, B, Manchester University Press (Manchester),
Colclough D(1999). Parrhesia: The rhetoric of free speech in early modern England. Rhetorica - Journal of the History of Rhetoric vol. 17, (2) 177-212.
Colclough D(1998). The muses recreation: John Hoskyns and the manuscript culture of the seventeenth century. Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 61, (3-4) 369-400.
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