dr. J. (John) Flood

Senior Lecturer (US title: Assistant Professor)

dr. J. (John) Flood
Telephone:
+31 50 36 35852 (office)
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E-mail:
j.flood rug.nl

Research

  1. 2020
  2. 2019
  3. Flood, J. (2019). Nostromo. In G. Van der Meer (Ed.), Sulver en Minsken Uitgeverij Elikser B.V..
  4. 2018
  5. Flood, J. (Ed.) (2018). The University of Groningen: An Unofficial History. Department of English Language and Culture.
  6. 2017
  7. Flood, J. (2017). Marian Controversies and Milton's Virgin Mary. In R. Corthell, & T. N. Corns (Eds.), Milton and Catholicism (pp. 169-195). University of Notre Dame Press.
  8. 2016
  9. Flood, J. (2016). Controversy in the Long Eighteenth Century. In A. Prendergast, K. MacKeogh, & E. Semple (Eds.), Literature 3: Literatures of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries Dublin City University.
  10. Flood, J. (2016). Modernism and the Fascination of What's Difficult. In N. O'Mahony, K. MacKeogh, G. Fagan, & F. West (Eds.), Literature 2: Literatures of the Twentieth Century Dublin City University.
  11. Flood, J. (2016). Negotiating World Literature in English. In D. Greene, K. MacKeogh, & F. West (Eds.), Literature 6: Literatures of the Late Twentieth Century Dublin City University.
  12. Flood, J. (2016). Renaissance Conventions. In D. Greene, K. MacKeogh, & F. West (Eds.), Literature 4: The Renaissance Dublin City University.
  13. Flood, J. (2016). The Legacy of Nineteenth-Century Literature. In K. MacKeogh, & P. Salisbury (Eds.), Literature 5: Literatures of the Nineteenth Century - Romanticism to Victorianism Dublin City University.
  14. Flood, J. (2016). The Study of Literature. In A. Prendergast, K. MacKeogh, & N. O'Mahony (Eds.), Literature 1: Literature Foundation Module Dublin City University.
  15. 2015
  16. Flood, J. (2015). Quin, Walter (c.1575-1640). In J. Quinn (Ed.), Dictionary of Irish Biography Cambridge University Press.
  17. Flood, J. (2015). Hamlet: Experiencing Shakespeare. In A. Prendergast, K. MacKeogh, & N. O'Mahony (Eds.), Literature 1: Literature Foundation Module (2 ed.). Dublin City University.
  18. Flood, J. (2015). Hamlet and Literary Criticism. In A. Prendergast, K. MacKeogh, & N. O'Mahony (Eds.), Literature 1: Foundation Module Dublin City University.
  19. 2014
  20. Flood, J. (2014). Rhetorical Play in Cornelius Agrippa: The Declamation on the Nobility and Pre-eminence of the Female Sex. In K. E. Olsen, & J. R. Veenstra (Eds.), Airy Nothings: Imagining the Other World of Faerie from the Middle Ages to the Age of Reason (pp. 25-40). Brill.
  21. 2013
  22. Flood, J., Ginther, J. R., & Goering, J. W. (Eds.) (2013). Robert Grosseteste and His Intellectual Milieu: New Editions and Studies. Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies.
  23. Flood, J., & McEvoy, J. (2013). Romanorum malleus et contemptor? Confessional Identity and the Reputation of Robert Grosseteste in the Early Modern Period. In J. Flood, J. R. Ginther, & J. W. Goering (Eds.), Robert Grosseteste: Studies and Editions of his Thought in Context (pp. 319-390). Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies.
  24. Flood, J. (2013). Walter Quin: Virtue in a Life of Change. In D. J. Parkinson (Ed.), James VI and I, Literature and Scotland. Tides of change, 1567-1625 (pp. 251 - 266). (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change; No. Vol. XLVII). Peeters.
  25. 2012
  26. Flood, J. (2012). Unit 15: Detective Fiction; Unit 19: Review of Victorianism. In K. Mackeogh (Ed.), Literature 5: Literatures of the Nineteenth Century (3 ed.). Dublin City University.
  27. Flood, J. (2012). 'Very far from being dark and affectedly mysterious': women, philosophy and the interpretation of Genesis 1-3 in seventeenth-century England. In H. Cooney, & M. S. Sweetnam (Eds.), Enigma and Revelation in Renaissance Literature: Essays Presented to Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin (pp. 216 - 240). Four Courts Press.
  28. 2011
  29. Flood, J. (2011). Representations of Eve in antiquity and the English Middle Ages. (Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture). Routledge.
  30. 2010
  31. Ní Chuilleanáin, E., & Flood, J. (Eds.) (2010). Heresy and orthodoxy in early English literature, 1350-1680. (3 ed.) Four Courts Press.
  32. Flood, J., & Ní Chuilleanáin, E. (2010). Introduction. In J. Flood, & E. Ní Chuilleanáin (Eds.), Heresy and Early English Literature (pp. 11-22). (Dublin Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature; Vol. 3). Four Courts Press.
  33. Flood, J. (2010). 'Known men?' The identification of Lollards and their works. In J. Flood, & E. Ní Chuilleanáin (Eds.), Heresy and Orthodoxy in Early English Literature, 1350-1680 (pp. 23 - 38). (Dublin Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature; No. 3). Four Courts Press.
  34. 2009
  35. Flood, J. (2009). Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa. In The literary encyclopedia (www.litencyc.com)
  36. 2008
  37. Flood, J. (2008). Robert Grosseteste. In The Literary Encyclopedia (www.litencyc.com)
  38. Flood, J. (2008). Thomas Bentley. In The Literary Encyclopedia (www.litencyc.com)
  39. 2007
  40. Flood, J. (2007). 'Edmund Spenser', 'Oscar Wilde'. In P. Cavill, & H. Ward (Eds.), The Christian Tradition in English Literature: Poetry, Plays and Shorter Prose Zondervan.
  41. Flood, J. (2007). Lakoff and Johnson and the Cognitive Theory of Metaphor. In W. Desmond (Ed.), Yearbook of the Irish Philosophical Society (pp. 43 - 61). The Irish Philosophical Society.
  42. Flood, J. (2007). Rachel Speght. In The literary encyclopedia (www.litencyc.com)
  43. 2003
  44. Flood, J. (2003). A Source for the Depiction of Eve in the Early Modern Period: Biblical Latin Epic of the Fifth and Sixth Centuries. In C. Meek, & C. Lawless (Eds.), Pawns or Players: Studies on Medieval and Early Modern Women (pp. 18-35). Four Courts Press.
  45. 2002
  46. 2000
  47. 1999
  48. Flood, J., & Flood, P. (1999). Kilcash: A History 1190-1801. Geography Publications.

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