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R. Orgis

Publications

“Attempted Murder on the Banks of the Medway: Melodramatising Penshurst Place in Lady Mary Wroth’s Urania.” Invited contribution to a special issue of the Sidney Journal (2016).

Narrative Structure and Reader Formation in Lady Mary Wroth’s Urania. Under contract with Ashgate.

“‘Father and son, I ha’ done you simple service here’: The (Interrupted) Circulation of Money in Dekker and Middleton’s Roaring Girl.” (Under review for SPELL 33, forthcoming 2016).

“An Author Re-reading: Lady Mary Wroth’s Corrections to the Printed Urania and the Manuscript Continuation.” ELR 47 (Forthcoming 2017).

“‘[A] story very well woorth readinge’: Why Early Modern Readers Valued Lady Mary Wroth’s Urania.” Sidney Journal 31.1 (2013): 81-100.

“Telling Tales: the Artistry of Lady Mary Wroth's Urania.” Narrative Developments from Chaucer to Defoe. Eds. Gerd Bayer and Ebbe Klitgård. London: Routledge, 2011. 116-135.

Conference Papers

“‘Father and son, I ha’ done you simple service here’: The (Interrupted) Circulation of Money in Dekker and Middleton’s Roaring Girl.” SAUTE Biannual Conference: Economies of English. Geneva. 24-25 April 2015.

“Attempted Murder on the Banks of the Medway: Melodramatising Penshurst Place in Lady Mary Wroth’s Urania.” Dramatizing Penshurst: Site, Script, Sidneys. Penshurst. 8-9 June 2014.

“Lady Mary Wroth Rereading the Urania: Wroth’s Corrections to the Printed Urania and the Manuscript Continuation.” 2013 Reading Early Modern Studies Conference. Reading. 9-11 July 2013.

“‘he retournes to th[e exe=]cution of this storie:’ The ‘Authority’ and Gender of Early Modern Narrators.” 2013 International Conference on Narrative. Manchester. 27-29 June 2013.

“‘[A] story very well woorth readinge’: Why Early Modern Readers Enjoyed Lady Mary Wroth's Urania.” South-Central Renaissance Conference: Exploring the Renaissance 2011. St. Louis. 3-5 March 2011.

“Telling Tales: the Artistry of Lady Mary Wroth's Urania.” Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the RSA. Venice. 8-10 April 2010.

“‘Lascivious tales and amorous toyes:’ Structure and Meaning in Lady Mary Wroth's Urania.” ESSE-9 Conference. University of Aarhus. 22 August 2008.

“Appropriating Literary Legacies: Imitation and Rewriting in Wroth's Urania.” Legacies Conference. University of Zurich. 28 September 2007.

“Principles of Narrative Composition and Cohesion in Lady Mary Wroth's Urania.” 3e Cycle Conférence: Medieval and Early Modern English Texts and Contexts. University of Geneva. 19 May 2006.

Research Scholarships and Grants

2016 – 2017 Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Early Postdoc Mobility Fellowship

08/2014    “Subvention Egalité” grant awarded by the Commission Egalité des chances of the University of Neuchâtel for a one-month stay at the Newberry Library, Chicago

07/2013    SAUTE Travel Award for participation at the 2013 Reading Early Modern Studies Conference

08/2010 – 01/2011 Fonds National Suisse (FNS) Bourse de recherche pour chercheuses et chercheurs débutants