Anne James

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Anne James

  Anne James
  LC 304
  306-206-2098
  anne.james@uregina.ca
  Anne James CV


Anne James has taught as a Sessional Instructor at Luther College at the University of Regina since 2011. Her research interests include John Donne, John Milton, the early modern sermon, particularly its role in memorializing historical events, and, most recently, digital humanities. With co-investigator Dr. Jeanne Shami, she is engaged in a four-year SSHRC-funded project to increase access to early modern English sermon manuscripts by creating a group-sourced bibliographic database (GEMMS: Gateway to Early Modern Manuscript Sermons). In 2016 she published Poets, Players, and Preachers: Remembering the Gunpowder Plot in Seventeenth-Century England. She currently participates in a collaborative project editing John Donne’s letters and contributes the annual review of publications in Donne studies for the Year’s Work in English Studies.

 

Courses Taught

ENGL 100 - Critical Reading and Writing I
ENGL 110 - Critical Reading and Writing II
ENGL 221 - Literature Survey I
ENGL 349 - Methods in Literary History

 

Recent Grants and Awards

2014-2018 SSHRC Insight Grant (co-applicant Dr. Jeanne Shami) “English Manuscript Sermons and Sermon Notes, 1530-1715: Interpreting the Archive.”

 

Selected Recent Academic Publications

Poets, Players, and Preachers: Remembering the Gunpowder Plot in Seventeenth-Century England. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2016.

“Preaching the Good News: William Barlow Narrates Essex’s Execution and the Gunpowder Plot,” in Paul’s Cross and the Culture of Persuasion in England, 1520-1640, ed. Torrance Kirby and P. G. Stanwood. Leiden: Brill, 2014.

 

Selected Recent Conference Publications

“Facilitating Access and Collaboration in Early Modern Sermon Scholarship: An Introduction to the GEMMS Project.” Joint presentation with Jeanne Shami to the Renaissance Society of America in Boston, in March 2016.

“Coleridge Reads Donne’s Sermons: The ‘Copy A’ Annotations and ‘The Friend.’” Paper presented to the annual John Donne Society conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in February 2013.

“Preaching the Good News at Paul’s Cross: William Barlow Interprets Essex’s Execution and the Gunpowder Plot.” Presented at the “Paul's Cross and the Culture of Persuasion Conference” at McGill University in August 2012.

“Creating New Communities: Women Testing the Boundaries of the Early Modern Parish.” Joint seminar presentation with Jeanne Shami (Regina) and Susan Wabuda (Fordham) at the “Attending to Early Modern Women” conference in Milwaukee in June 2012.

“‘worthy to be written in a pillar of Marble: Occasional Liturgies and the Making of the English Protestant Nation.” Presented at the annual ACCUTE conference at the University of Waterloo in May 2012.