Agnes Juhasz-Ormsby

Position

Associate Professor

Education

  • PhD, English (Eötvös Loránd, Budapest) 
  • MA, Medieval Studies (CEU, Budapest)
  • BA Hons., BEd, English and Classics (Eötvös Loránd, Budapest)

Contact Information

Research Interests

Early Modern English Literature (poetry and drama), Book History and Print Culture, Neo-Latin Literature

Selected Publications

Books and Edited Collections

  • Translating Dramatic Texts in Early Modern England and France. Traduire le texte dramatique au seizieme siècle en Angleterre et en France. Special issue of Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme, vol. 40, 2017, pp. 1-282 (guest-edited with Anne G. Graham).
  • The Finest Room in the Colony: The Library of John Thomas Mullock. Memorial University Libraries, 2016 (co-edited with Nancy Earle). http://collections.mun.ca/cdm/ref/collection/qeiipublic/id/221

Articles and Book Chapters

  • “Erasmus’s Apophthegmes in Henrician England.” Erasmus Studies, vol. 37, 2017, pp. 45-67.
  • “Robert Radcliffe’s Translation of Joannes Ravisius Textor’s Dialogi (1530) and the English Reformation.” Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme, vol. 40, 2017, pp. 19-45.
  • “Translating Dramatic Texts in Sixteenth-Century England and France. Traduire le texte dramatique au seizieme siècle en Angleterre et en France” (co-authored with Anne G. Graham). Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme, vol. 40, 2017, pp. 7-18.
  • “John Thomas Mullock: What His Books Reveal.” Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, vol. 32, 2017, pp. 494-529.
  • “Présence et adaptations du théâtre antique.” Translated by Eva Kushner. L’Époque de la Renaissance (1400–1600). Tome II: La nouvelle culture: 1480-1520, edited by Eva Kushner, John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2017, pp. 274-294, 509-510.
  • “Classical Influence in Early Modern Hungarian Drama.” A Handbook to Classical Reception in Eastern and Central Europe, edited by Zara Martirosova Torlone, Dana LaCourse Munteanu, and Dorota Dutsch, Wiley Blackwell, 2017, pp. 233-244.
  • “Dramatic Texts in the Tudor Curriculum: John Palsgrave and the Henrician Educational Reforms.” Renaissance Studies, vol. 30, 2016, pp. 526-541.
  • “Survey of Henrician Humanism” (with James P. Carley). The Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, Volume I 800-1558, edited by Rita Copeland, Oxford UP, 2016, pp. 515-540.
  • “The Mullock Collection.” The Finest Room in the Colony: The Library of John Thomas Mullock, edited by Ágnes Juhász-Ormsby and Nancy Earle, Memorial University Libraries, 2016, pp. 27-37. Open access: http://collections.mun.ca/cdm/ref/collection/qeiipublic/id/221
  • “The Marriage and Coronation of Anne Boleyn [29 May-4 June 1533].” John Nichols’s The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth I: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources, edited by Elizabeth Goldring, Faith Eales, Elizabeth Clarke, and Jayne Elisabeth Archer, vol. 5, Oxford UP, 2014, pp. 1-61.
  • “Humanist Networks and Drama in Pre-Reformation Central Europe: The Plays of Bartholomeus Frankfordinus Pannonius.” Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme, vol. 35, 2012, pp. 5-34.
  • “Leonard Cox and the Erasmian Circles of Early Sixteenth-Century England.” Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Upsaliensis. Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Uppsala 2009), edited by Astrid Steiner-Weber, vol. 1, Brill, 2012, pp. 505-514.
  • “Reading Practices of a Tudor Educator: Nicholas Udall’s Annotated Copy of Thomas Linacre’s De emendata structura Latini sermonis libri six.” Journal of the Early Book Society, vol. 12, 2009, pp. 133-160.
  • “The Books of Nicholas Udall.” Notes and Queries, vol. 56, 2009, pp. 507-512.
  • “Nicholas Udall’s Floures for Latine Spekynge: An Erasmian Textbook.” Humanistica Lovaniensia, vol. 52, 2003, pp. 137-158.
  • “Changing Legal Terminology in Dated Private Documents in England in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. A Case Study: Quitclaims.” Resourcing Sources, edited by K. S. B. Keats-Rohan, Linacre College, Oxford, 2002, pp. 195-207.
  • “The Unidentified Sources of Nicholas Udall’s Floures for Latine Spekynge.” Notes and Queries, vol. 247, 2002, pp. 203-206.

Recent Conference Papers

  • “Early English Entry Pamphlets: Print and Politics at Charles V’s 1522 Triumph in London.” Crossing Boundaries: Confessional, Political and Cultural Interactions in Early Modern Festivals and Diplomatic Encounters, April– May 2018, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, UK.
  • “William Lily’s Antibossicon. Poetry, Rhetoric, and the Grammarians’ War in Early Tudor England.” The Twenty-First Biennial Conference of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, July 2017, Queen Mary University of London, UK.
  • “The Use of the Vernacular in the Early Tudor Classroom: Leonard Cox’s The Arte or Crafte of Rhetoryke (1532).” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, Annual Meeting, May 2017, Toronto, Canada.
  • “Tudor School Commentaries: Leonard Cox’s edition of De octo orationis partium constructione libellus (1540).” The Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, March 2016, Boston, USA.
  • “Commemorating Royal Entries: William Lily’s Verses for Charles V’s Triumph in London (1522).” The 16th Congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies, August 2015, Vienna, Austria.
  • “A Parisian Master in Early Tudor Grammar Schools. Joannes Ravisius Textor’s Dialogi (1530) and the English Reformation.” Translating for the Stage in Early Modern France and England. International bilingual conference / Traduire pour la scène dans la première modernité européenne: La France et l’Angleterre. Colloque bilingue international, August 2015, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
  • “Humanist Educational Theory and Practice: Leonard Cox’s De erudienda iuventute (1526).” The Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, March 2014, New York, USA.
  • “Dramatic Texts in the Tudor Curriculum: John Palsgrave and the Henrician Educational Reforms.” Theatrum Mundi. Latin Drama in Renaissance Europe Conference, September 2013, Magdalen College, Oxford, UK.
  • “Erasmus’s Apophthegmata in Tudor England.” The 15th Congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies, August 2012, Münster, Germany.

Current Research Projects

Books in Preparation

  • William Lily: The Poetical Works. Under advance contract with the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies (British Writers of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period – Editions, Translations, and Studies series)
  • Leonard Cox (with Farkas Gábor Kiss and Paul Sullivan). Under advance contract with Brepols Publishers (Europa Humanistica series)

Other Professional Activities

Conference Organization

  • Newfoundland and Labrador Book History Symposium (Memorial University, 7–8 May 2016) (co-organizer Nancy Earle)
  • Translating for the Stage in Early Modern France and England. International Bilingual Conference / Traduire pour la scène dans la première modernité européenne: La France et l’Angleterre. Colloque bilingue international, 20–21 August 2015. Memorial University of Newfoundland. (co-organizer Anne G. Graham)

Regularly Taught Courses

Undergraduate

  • English 2000: Major Writers to 1800 (ENGL 2000)
  • English 3002: Medieval Books
  • English 3021: Medieval and Tudor Drama
  • English 4010: Sixteenth-Century British Literature
  • English 4030: Seventeenth-Century British Literature
  • English 4900: Book History and Print Culture I

Graduate

  • English 7037: Spectacles and Rituals of Power
  • English 7038: Early Modern Writers as Critics
  • English 7150: Writers, Readers, Publishers, and the Evolution of Authorship

Honours And Graduate Supervision

Early Modern Literature, Neo-Latin Studies, Book History

Contact

Department of English

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