Jennifer Clement
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The Postfeminist Mystique: Feminism and Shakespearean Adaptation in 10 Things I Hate About You and She's the Man
J Clement
Borrowers and Lenders 3 (2), 2008
172008
Reading humility in early modern England
J Clement
Routledge, 2016
142016
Hugo, remediation, and the cinema of attractions, or, the adaptation of Hugo Cabret
C Long, J Clement
Senses of Cinema 63, 2012
8*2012
The Queen’s Voice: Elizabeth I’s Christian Prayers and Meditations
J Clement
Early Modern Literary Studies 13 (3), 1.1-26, 2008
72008
Beyond Shakespeare: early modern adaptation studies and its potential
J Clement
Literature Compass 10 (9), 677-687, 2013
62013
" The Imperial Vot'ress": Divinity, Femininity, and Elizabeth I in A Midsummer Night's Dream
J Clement
Explorations in Renaissance Culture 34 (2), 163-184, 2008
62008
The Art of Feeling in Seventeenth-Century English Sermons
J Clement
English Studies 98 (7), 675-688, 2017
52017
Dearly beloved: love, rhetoric and the seventeenth-century English sermon
J Clement
English Studies 97 (7), 725-745, 2016
42016
Introduction: Rhetoric, Emotion and the Early Modern English Sermon
J Clement
English Studies 98 (7), 655-660, 2017
32017
Elizabeth I, patriotism, and the imagined nation in three eighteenth-century plays
J Clement
Intellectual History Review 22 (3), 391-410, 2012
32012
"Against Ownership"
J Clement
Teaching Shakespeare 2, 14, 2012
32012
Treasures of the University Canterbury Library
C Jones, B Matthews, J Clement
32011
Using innovative teaching practices to inspire critically engaged reading and writing in a neoliberal university environment
K Kilner, N Collie, J Clement
Higher Education Research & Development 38 (1), 110-123, 2019
22019
Remaking Shakespeare in Discworld.
J Clement
Extrapolation (University of Texas at Brownsville) 54 (1), 2013
22013
Elizabeth I and the Politics of Gender: Empire and Masculinity in John Banks'" The Unhappy Favourite"
J Clement
Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 31 (1), 1-25, 2007
22007
He being dead, yet speaketh: the preacher's voice in early seventeenth‐century posthumous sermon collections
J Clement
Renaissance Studies 32 (5), 738-754, 2018
12018
Introduction to “Special Issue on Adaptation and Early Modern Culture: Shakespeare and Beyond”
J Clement
Shakespeare 11 (1), 1-9, 2015
12015
Postgraduate writing for publication workshops: Preparation for the past or for the future?
K Comer, J Clement, E Brogt, C Obel
University of Canterbury. AVC Research Office, 2013
12013
Bowels, emotion, and metaphor in early modern English sermons
J Clement
The Seventeenth Century 35 (4), 435-451, 2020
2020
Hamlet 2, Shakespeare, and Cruel Optimism
J Clement
Playfulness in Shakespearean Adaptations, 203-214, 2020
2020
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