PUBLICATIONS

Monograph

Cushions, Kitchens, and Christ: The Domestic Imaginary in Late Medieval Religious Literature (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2022).

Links for ordering: 

Publisher's site: https://www.uwp.co.uk/book/cushions-kitchens-and-christ/

Blackwell's: https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/product/Cushions-Kitchens-and-Christ-by-Louise-Campion/9781786838308

Waterstones: https://www.waterstones.com/book/cushions-kitchens-and-christ/louise-campion/9781786838308

Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cushions-Kitchens-Christ-Domestic-Religious/dp/1786838303/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2PEERC24KU6PJ&keywords=cushions%2C+kitchens+and+Christ&qid=1642441933&sprefix=cushions+kitchens+and+christ%2Caps%2C70&sr=8-1

Kobo e-book: https://www.kobo.com/gb/en/ebook/cushions-kitchens-and-christ

Articles

‘The Function of “O Man Unkynde” in Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 330, and Trinity College Cambridge O.2.53’, The Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures, 46.2 (2020), 162-185 

‘A Study of Readers’ Annotations in Manchester, John Rylands Library, MS Eng. 895’ (in progress)

Chapters in edited volumes

‘Mechtild of Hackeborn’s Imagery of the Domestic Heart: Encountering Household Luxury in the Middle English Booke of Gostlye Grace’, in Medieval Women Across Borders, ed. by Filip Krajník and Klara Petrikova (Brno: Masaryk University Press, forthcoming 2022) (invited contribution)

‘Shopping or Scrimping? The Contested Space of the Household in Middle English Devotional Literature’, in Gender: Places, Spaces, and Thresholds, ed. by Diane Heath, Victoria Blud and Einat Klafter (London: Institute of Historical Research, January 2019), pp. 171-183

Blogposts

'Cecily Neville: Duchess, Avid Reader and Would-Be Nun', 2021, for the Tudor Enthusiast website, https://thetudorenthusiast.weebly.com/blog/cecily-neville-duchess-avid-reader-and-would-be-nun-guest-post-by-dr-louise-campion

(With Godelinde Perk, Lieke Smits and Orsolya Mednyánszky) ‘Boundless Adaptivity: Female Spirituality and Textual Transformations’, 2020, for the University of Oxford’s TORCH Blog https://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/article/boundless-adaptivity-female-spirituality- and-textual-transformations

‘Finding Christ in the Kitchen: Making Oneself at Home with Mechtild of Hackeborn’, for the online blog of the Women’s Literary Culture and the Medieval Canon research network (2017, open access) www.blogs.surrey.ac.uk/medievalwomen/2017/04/03/finding-christ-in-the-kitchen-making-oneself-at-home-with-mechtild-of-hackeborn/

 

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

2021
'The Allegorisation of Conventual Community: Mechtild of Hackeborn's Relocated Bees', Leeds International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds

2020

‘Strangerhood in Medieval Literature’, ‘Research Day in Medieval English

Studies’, University of Padua, Italy

‘Translating Domesticity in Mechtild of Hackeborn’s Middle English Booke of Gostlye Grace’. Virtual Leeds International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds

2019

‘The Domesticated Nativity of Nicholas Love’s Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ and Book to a Mother’. International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds

2018

‘Introducing Domesticity in Four Fifteenth-Century Middle English Texts: Methodologies and Approaches’. Research Day in Medieval English Studies Workshop, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary

2017

‘Going Home with Bridget of Sweden: Seeking the Saint’s Distinctive Voice in the Middle English Liber Celestis’. Research Day in Medieval English Studies Workshop, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

‘Inhabiting the Text: The Significance of the Imagery of Household Space in Mechtild of Hackeborn’s Booke of Gostlye Grace’. ‘Women’s Literary Culture and the Medieval Canon’ Conference, University of Bergen, Norway

‘At Home with Christ: The Domesticated Jesus of Nicholas Love’s Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ’. ‘Architectural Representation in the Middle Ages’ Conference, University of Oxford

‘Shopping or Scrimping? The Contested Space of the Household in Middle English Devotional Literature’. ‘Gender and Medieval Studies: Gender, Places, Spaces, Thresholds’ Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University

2016

‘Becoming “homely” with Christ: Images of Domesticity in Medieval Devotional Literature’. Research Day in Medieval English Studies Workshop, University of Padua, Italy