Neighbors/Käfer Bibliography

List of References

Primary Sources

Manuscripts and objects

British Library. Cotton MS Galba, C. VII.

Hatfield House Archives. Calendar of Manuscripts. Misc., Volume 1.

The National Archives. State Papers (SP). Foreign, Elizabeth I.

SP 70/8, f. 3.

SP 83/1, f. 21.

SP 81/1, f. 105.

SP 81/1, f. 107.

SP 81/2, f. 8.

SP 104/163, f. 33.

Hauptstaats Archiv Dresden. Geheimer Rat.

Bestand 10024, Loc. 07278/01, f. 241.

Bestand 10024, Loc. 07278/01, f. 244.

Kopiale 526, f. 85.

Printed Primary Sources

Ascham, Roger. The Scholemaster (1570).

Elizabeth I, Queen of England. The glasse of the synnefull soule. In Elizabeth I: Translations, 1544-1589, edited by Janel Mueller and Joshua Scodel. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009.

Lettenhove, M. Kervyn de. Relations politiques des Pays Bas et de l'Angleterre. F. Bayez, 1888.

Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Vol. 12, 1577-1578, edited by Arthur John Butler. London: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, 1901.

Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth I, Volume 2, 1559-1560. Edited by Joseph Stevenson. London: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, 1865.

Calendar of State Papers (CSP)—Spain (Simancas), Volume 2, 1568-1579. Edited by Martin A S Hume. London: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, 1894.

Castiglione, Baldassarre, translated by Thomas Hoby. The Covrtyer of Covnt Baldessar Castilio diuided into foure books. Wyllyam Seres, 1561.

Erasmus, Desiderius. Libellus de Conscribendis Epistolis (1522). Translated by Charles Fantazzi. In Collected Works of Erasmus: Literary and Educational Writings. Edited by J.K. Sowards. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985.

Fulwood, William. The enemie of idleness: Teaching the maner and stile how to endite, compose and write all sorts of Epistles and Letters. Henry Bynneman, 1568.

Machiavelli, Niccolò. The Prince (1513). Translated by Harvey C. Mansfield. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.

Osborne, T. (printer). The Art of Letter-Writing. London, 1762.

Sprat, Thomas. An Account of the Life and Writings of Mr Abraham Crowley. 1678.

William, Camden. Annales. London: George Purslowe, Humphrey Lownes, and Miles Flesher, 1625.

Tolstoi, Yurii Vasil’evich, ed. The First Forty Years of Intercourse between England and Russia. New York: Burt Franklin, 1969.

Secondary Sources

Allen, Gemma. “The Rise of the Ambassadress: English Ambassadorial Wives and Early Modern Diplomatic Culture.” The Historical Journal 62:3 (2019): 617–638.

Allison, Rayne. A Monarchy of Letters: Royal Correspondence and English Diplomacy in the Reign of Elizabeth I. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Arenfeldt, Pernille. “Gendered Patronage and Confessionalization: Anna of Saxony as a ‘Mother of the Church’.” Renæssanceforum 4 (2008): 1–26.

Arenfeldt, Pernille. “Wissensproduktion und Wissensverbreitung im 16. Jahrhundert: Fürstinnen als Mittlerinnen von Wissenstraditionen.” Historische Anthropologie 20:1 (2012): 4–28.

Arenfeldt, Pernille. “‘The Queen Has Sent Nine Frisian Cows’: Gender and Everyday Cultural Practices at the Courts in Sixteenth-Century Germany.” In Der Hof, edited by Susanne Rode-Breymann and Antje Tumat. Cologne: Böhlau Verlag, 2013.

Arenfeldt, Pernille. “Political Role of the Consort in Protestant Germany, 1550-1585. Anna of Saxony as ‘Mater Patriae.’” PhD Thesis. European University Institute, Department of History and Civilization, 2006.

Arenfeldt, Pernille. “The Female Consort as Intercessor in Sixteenth-Century Saxony.” In Less Favored - More Favored: Proceedings from a Conference on Gender in European Legal History. 12th-19th Centuries , edited by Grethe Jacobsen, Helle Vogt, Inger Dübeck and Heide Wunder. Copenhagen: The Royal Library, 2005.

Bajetta, Carlo M., Guillaume Coatalen, and Jonathan Gibson, eds. Elizabeth I’s Foreign Correspondence. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Beal, Peter, and Grace Ioppolo, eds. Elizabeth I and the Culture of Writing. London: The British Library/Cromwell Press, 2007.

Bell, Gary M. “Beale, Robert (1541-1601).” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Bepler, Jill. “Dynastic positioning and Political Newsgathering: Hedwig Eleanora of Schleswig-Gottorf, Queen of Sweden, and her Correspondence.” In Queens Consorts, Cultural Transfer and European Politics, c. 1500-1800, edited by Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly and Adam Morton. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016.

Black, Jeremy. History of Diplomacy. London: Reaktion Books, LTD., 2010.

Booth, Ted. A Body Politic to Govern: The Political Humanism of Elizabeth I. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.

Bruun, Mette Birkedal. “Towards an Approach to Early Modern Privacy: The Retirement of the Great Condé”. In Early Modern Privacy: Sources and Approaches, edited by Michaël Green, Lars Cyril Nørgaard, and Mette Birkedal Brunn. Leiden: Brill, 2021.

Bruun, Mette Birkedal. “The Centre for Privacy Studies Work Method.” Copenhagen: Centre for Privacy Studies, 2019.

Camiciotti, Gabriella Del Lungo. “Letters and Letter Writing in Early Modern Culture: An Introduction.” Journal of Early Modern Studies 3 (2014): 17–35.

Chartier, Roger, Alain Boureau and Cecile Dauphin, eds. Correspondence: Models of Letter-Writing from the Middles Ages to the Nineteenth Century. Cambridge: Polity, 1997.

Constantinou, Costas M. “Between Statecraft and Humanism: Diplomacy and its Forms of Knowledge.” International Studies Review 15:2 (2013): 141–162.

Daybell, James. The Material Letter in Early Modern England: Manuscript Letters and the Culture and Practices of Letter-Writing, 1512-1635. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Daybell, James. “‘I wold wyshe my doings might be...secret’: Privacy and Social Practices of Reading Women’s Letters in Sixteenth-Century England.” In Women’s Letters Across Europe, 1400-1700: Form and Persuasion, edited by Jane Couchman and Ann Crabb. Abingdon: Routledge, 2005.

Daybell, James. “Social Negotiations in Correspondence between Mothers and Daughters in Tudor and Early Stuart England.” Women’s History Review 24:4 (2015): 502–527.

Daybell, James. Women Letter-Writers in Tudor England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Doran, Susan. “Elizabeth I’s Religion: The Evidence of her Letters.” Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 51:4 (2000): 699–720.

Doran, Susan. “Loving and Affectionate Cousins? The Relationship between Elizabeth I and James VI of Scotland, 1586-1603.” In Tudor England and Its Neighbours, edited by Glenn Richardson and Susan Doran. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

Fitzmaurice, Susan. The Familiar Letter in Early Modern English: A Pragmatic Approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2002.

Geevers, Liesbeth. “Family Matters: William of Orange and the Habsburgs after the Abdication of Charles V (1555-67).” Renaissance Quarterly, 63:2 (2010): 459–490.

Gehring, David Scott. Anglo-German Relations and the Protestant Cause: Elizabethan Foreign Policy and Pan-Protestantism. London: Routledge, 2013.

Gehring, David Scott. “Elizabeth’s Correspondence with the Protestant Princes of the Empire, 1558-86.” In Elizabeth I’s Foreign Correspondence, edited by Carlo M. Bajetta, Guillaume Coatalen, and Jonathan Gibson. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Gibson, Jonathan. “Dedans La Plie de Mon Fidelle Affection’: Familiarity and Materiality in Elizabeth’s Letters to Anjou.” In Elizabeth I’s Foreign Correspondence, edited by Carlo M. Bajetta, Guillaume Coatalen, and Jonathan Gibson. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Greenblatt, Stephen. Renaissance Self-Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1980.

Harris, Barbara J. English Aristocratic Women, 1450-1550: Marriage and Family, Property and Careers. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.

Heisch, Alison. “Queen Elizabeth I: Parliamentary Rhetoric and the Exercise of Power.” Signs 1:1 (1975): 31–55.

Herbert, Amanda E. Female Alliances: Gender, Identity, and Friendship in Early Modern Britain. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014.

Jones, Norman. Governing by Virtue: Lord Burghley and the Management of Elizabethan England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

Jones, William Jervis. German Kinship Terms, 750-1500: Documentation and analysis. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1990.

Käfer, Natacha Klein. “Personal gift-giving: attempts at intimacy in Anna of Saxony’s letter exchanges.” In Beyond the Private-Public Divide: Privacy in Early Modern Correspondence. , edited by Michaël Green and Lars Nørgaard. Turnhout: Brepols, in peer-review.

Keller, Katrin. “Die Kurfürstin Im Alten Reich. Korrespondenz Und Klientel Im 16. Und 17. Jahrhundert.” Neues Archiv Für Sächsische Geschichte 83 (2012): 189–206.

Keller, Katrin. “Die Sächsischen Kurfürstinnen in Der Zweiten Hälfte Des 16. Jahrhunderts—Familie Und Politik.” In Die Sächsischen Kurfürsten Während Des Religionsfriedens von 1555 Bis 1618, edited by Helmar Junghans. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2007.

Keller, Katrin. “Kommunikationsraum Altes Reich: Zur Funktionalität der Korrespondenznetze von Fürstinnen im 16. Jahrhundert.” Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung 31:2 (2004): 205–230.

Keller, Katrin. Kurfürstin Anna von Sachsen (1532-1585). Regensburg: Verlag Friedrich Pustet, 2010.

Keller, Katrin. “Tulips, tobacco and parrots: Consorts and their role in the transfer of animals and plants in the second half of the sixteenth century.” In Telling Objects: Contextualizing the role of the consort in early modern Europe , edited by Jill Bepler and Svante Norrhem. Wiesbaden: Harrossowitz Verlag, 2018.

Keller, Katrin. “Zwischen Zwei Residenzen: Der Briefwechsel Der Kurfürstin Anna von Sachsen Mit Freiin Brigitta Trautson.” In Viatori per Urbes Castraque. Festschrift Herwig Ebner, edited by Helmut Bräuer and et al. Instituts für Geschichteder Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, 2003.

Lloyd, T.H. England and the German Hanse, 1157-1611: A study of their trade and commercial diplomacy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

Loades, David. “Literature and National Identity.” In The Cambridge History of Eary Modern English Literature, edited by David Loewenstein and Janel Mueller. Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Loades, David. The Tudor Queens of England. London: Continuum UK, 2009.

Lockhart, Paul Douglas. Frederik II and the Protestant Cause: Denmark’s Role in the Wars of Religion, 1559-1596. Leiden: Brill, 2004.

Loudon, Mark. “Rogers, Daniel (c. 1538-1591).” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.

Magnusson, Lynne. “A Rhetoric of Requests: Genre and Linguistic Scripts in Elizabethan Women’s Suitors’ Letters.” In Women and Politics in Eary Modern England, 1450-1700, edited by James Daybell. Abingdon: Routledge, 2004.

Mann, Ingrun. Anna of Saxony: The Scarlett Woman of Orange. Point Pleasant: Winged Hussar Publishing, 2016.

Mazzola, Elizabeth. “Schooling Shrews and Grooming Queens in the Tudor Classroom.” Critical Survey 22:1 (2010): 1–25.

McIntosh, Marjorie K. “The Benefits and Drawbacks of Femme Sole Status in England, 1300-1630.” Journal of British Studies 44:3 (2005): 410–438.

McKeon, Michael. The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Division of Knowledge. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 2005.

McLaren, Anne. Political Culture in the Reign of Elizabeth I: Queen and Commonwealth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.

Michalove, S.D. “Equal in Opportunity? The Education of Aristocratic Women 1450-1550.” In Women’s Education in Early Modern Europe: A History, 1500-1800, edited by Barbara J. Whitehead. New York: Garland Publishing, 1999.

Neighbors, Dustin M. “Elizabeth I, Huntress of England: Private Politics and the Diplomacy of Hunting”. The Court Historian 27:2. Forthcoming Autumn 2022.

Neighbors, Dustin M. “‘With my rulinge’: Agency, Queenship, and Political Culture through Royal Progresses in the Reign of Elizabeth I”. PhD Thesis. University of York, 2018.

Newbold, W. Webster. “Traditional, Practical, Entertaining: Two Early English Letter Writing Manuals.” Rhetorica 26:3 (2008): 267–300.

Nørgaard, Lars Cyril. “Past Privacy”. In Early Modern Privacy: Sources and Approaches, edited by Michaël Green, Lars Cyril Nørgaard, and Mette Birkedal Brunn. Leiden: Brill, 2021.

Odom, Mark. “PM Marin’s supporters turn table on glamour photo backlash.” Yle. (13 October 2020).

O’Neil, Luke. “Irish PM brings partner to meet Mike Pence and delivers pointed remarks on sexuality.” The Guardian. (14 March 2019).

Pohlig, Matthias. “Gender and the Formalisation of Diplomacy in Early Modern Europe,” The International History Review (2021), 4.

Pollnitz, Alysha. “Humanism and Court Culture in the Education of Tudor Royal Children.” In Tudor Court Culture, edited by T. Betteridge and A. Riehl. Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University Press, 2010.

Pollock, Linda A. “Anger and the Negotiation of Relationships in Early Modern England.” Historical Journal 47 (2004): 567–590.

Pollock, Linda A. With Faith and Physic: The Life of a Tudor Gentlewoman, Lady Grace Mildmay, 1552-1620. London: Collins and Brown, 1993.

Rankin, Alisha. Panaceia’s Daughters: Noblewomen as Healers in Early Modern Germany. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2013.

Riotta, Chris. “White House excluded gay first spouse of Luxembourg from photo caption.” Newsweek. (27 May 2017).

Roosen, William. “Early Modern Diplomatic Ceremonial: A Systems Approach.” The Journal of Modern History 52:3 (1980): 452–476.

Rudersdorf, Manfred. “Kurfürst August von Sachsen. Ein neuer nachrefromatiorischer Fürstentypus im Konfessionsstaat des Alten Reiches.” In Kurfürst August von Sachsen: Ein Nachreformatiorischer ‘Friedesfürst’ Zwischen Territorium und Reich, edited by Winifred Müller, Martina Schattkowsky and Dirk Syndram. Dresden: Sandstein Verlag, 2015.

Sharpe, Kevin. Selling the Tudor Monarchy: Authority and Image in the 16th-Century England. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009.

Sowerby, Tracey. “Negotiating with the Material Text: Royal Correspondence between England and the Wider World.” In Cultures of Diplomacy and Literary Writing in the Early Modern World, edited by Tracey Sowerby and Joanna Craigwood. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.

Sowerby, Tracey. “Masculinity, Ambassadorial Handbooks and Early Modern English Diplomacy.” The International History Review (2021): 1–21.

Sowerby, Tracey. “Early Modern Queens Consort and Dowager and Diplomatic Gifts.” Women’s History Review 30:5 (2021): 723–737.

Standfield, Catriona. “Gendering the Practice Turn in Diplomacy.” European Journal of International Relations 26:S1 (2020): 140–165.

Talbot, Michael. “Accessing the Shadow of God: Spatial and Perfomative Ceremonial at the Ottoman Court.” In Keys to Power?: The Culture of Access in Princely Courts, 1400-1750, edited by Dries Raeymaekers and Sebastian Derks. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

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Van der Wal, Marikje, and Gijsbert Rutten. “The Practices of Letter Writing: Skills, Models, and Early Modern Dutch Manuals.” Language and History 56:1 (2013): 18–32.

van Elk, Martine. Early Modern Women’s Writing: Domesticity, Privacy, and the Public Sphere in England and the Dutch Republic. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.

van Tol, Jonas. Germany and the French Wars of Religion, 1560-1572. Leiden: Brill, 2018.

Villeponteaux, Mary. The Queen’s Mercy: Gender and Judgement in the Representations of Elizabeth I. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Vivo, Filippo de. “Archival Intelligence: Diplomatic Correspondence, Information Overload and Information Management in Italy, 1450-1650.” In Archives and Information in the Early Modern World, edited by Kate Peters, Alexandra Walsham, and Liesbeth Corens. Oxford: Oxford University/British Academy Scholarship Online, 2018.

Vogel, Christine. “Diplomatic Writing as Aristocratic Self-Fashioning.” In Cultures of Diplomacy and Literary Writing in the Early Modern World. Edited by Tracey Sowerby and Joanna Craigwood. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.

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Woodacre, Ellie. “Cousins and Queens: Familial ties, political ambition, and epistolary diplomacy in Renaissance Europe.” In Women, Diplomacy and International Politics since 1500, edited by Glenda Sluga and Carolyn James. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016.

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Wunder, Heide. “Considering ‘Privacy’ and Gender in Early Modern German-Speaking Countries.” In Early Modern Privacy: Sources and Approaches, edited by Michaël Green, Lars Cyril Nørgaard, and Mette Birkedal Brunn. Leiden: Brill, 2021.

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