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2021 Bibliography of Faculty Scholarship & Creative Efforts


Gibbs, G. (2018). Teaching about nation and nationalism in a survey of South Asia. The Sixteenth Century Journal, 49(2), 441-46.

Gibbs, G. (2019a). Five parishes in late medieval and Tudor London: communities and reforms (1st ed., Microhistories). RC-General Coll.   BR764 .G53 2019.

Gibbs, Gary. (2019b). Henry VII’s new men & the making of Tudor England. Steven Gunn. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016: Medieval Prosopography: History and Collective Biography 34: 226-28.

Gibbs, G. (2019c). London’s Goldsmiths and the Cult of St. Dunstan, ca. 1330-1530. In Cynthia Turner Camp, Cynthia & Kelley, Emily (Eds.) Saints as Intercessors between the Wealthy and the Divine: Art and Hagiography among the Medieval Merchant Classes). Sanctity in Global Perspectives. London: Routledge: 179-203. 

Gibbs, Gary. (2019d). Taking the Temperature of Early Modern Studies. In Gibbs, Gary G. & Wiesner-Hanks, Merry (Eds.), A special edition of The Sixteenth Century Journal 50/1.

Gibbs, Gary G. (2021) Co-paper e-delivered to a History Seminar hosted by the University of Warwick on 10 Mar 2021. 

Gibbs, G. & French, K. (2019). The poor, the pious, and the privileged: toward a social and cultural topography of parish participation in late medieval London, In Harry, David & Steer, Christian (Eds.), The Urban Church in Late Medieval England: Essays from the 2017 Harlaxton Symposium Held in Honour of Clive Burgess. Harlaxton Medieval Studies 29. Donnington: Shaun Tyas: 380-96. 

 Gibbs, G. & Leeson, W. (2019). Gaming to learn: pedagogical uses of video board, and role-playing games. The Sixteenth Century Journal, 50(4), 1129-34. 

Gibbs, G., Leeson, W., & Wallace Fuentes, I. (2020). The silver panel. The Sixteenth Century Journal, 51(2), 465-76.

Henold, M. (2020). The laywoman project: Remaking Catholic womanhood in the Vatican II era. RC-General Coll.   BX1407.W65 H46 2020

Rosenthal, Gregory Samantha. (2020). How to become a woman. Southern Cultures, 26(3), 122-137.