Dr Tracey A. Sowerby: List of publications

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Diplomatic Cultures at the Ottoman Court c.1500-1630

Diplomatic Gift-Giving at the Ottoman Court

Sociability and Ceremony: Diplomats at the Porte, c.1550–1632

Early Modern Queens Consort and Dowager and Diplomatic Gifts

English Diplomacy and Renaissance Literature: A Guide to Further Reading

English Diplomatic Relations and Literary Cultures in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, a special issue of the Huntington Library Quarterly

Introduction: English Diplomatic Relations and Literary Cultures in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Introduction: Unwrapping the Dangerous Gift

Roger Ascham and Mid-Tudor Diplomatic Careers

Sir Henry Unton, Elizabeth I and Chivalric Diplomacy

Sovereign Spaces: Mise-en-page and the Politics of English Royal Correspondence in the Sixteenth Century

The Cambridge Connection and the Early Elizabethan Diplomatic Corps

The Dangerous Gift as Diplomatic Tool? Relics and Cross-confessional Gift-giving at the Turn of the Seventeenth Century

The Dangers of Gifts from Antiquity to the Digital Age

Francis Thynne's perfect ambassadour and the construction of diplomatic thought in Elizabethan England

Introduction: Literary and Diplomatic Cultures in the Early Modern World

Cultures of Diplomacy and Literary Writing in the Early Modern World

Negotiating with the Material Text: Royal Correspondence between England and the Wider World

Henry VIII

William Cecil (Lord Burghley)

Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World c.1410-1800

Practices of diplomacy in the early modern world c. 1410-1800

Early Modern Diplomatic History

The early polemics of Henry VIII's Royal Supremacy and their international usage

Elizabethan Diplomatic Networks and the Spread of News

Material Culture and the Politics of Space: Diplomatic Encounters at the Tudor Court

Negotiating the Royal Image: Portrait Exchanges in Elizabethan and Early Stuart Diplomacy

'A Memorial and a Pledge of Faith': Portraiture and Early Modern Diplomatic Culture

The Early Polemics of Henry VIII’s Royal Supremacy and their International Usage

Anne Boleyn's Coronation, Nicholas Udall, and John Leland

Clarifying Essay Marking Criteria in History

1535

Richard Pate, the Royal Supremacy, and Reformation Diplomacy

Empire and Nation in Early English Renaissance Literature, by Stewart Mottram

Renaissance and Reform in Tudor England: The Careers of Sir Richard Morison c.1513-1556

The Role of Ambassador and Use of Cipher

Cardinal Wolsey: A Life in Renaissance Europeby Stella Fletcher

'All our books do be sent into other countreys and translated': Henrician Polemic in its International Context

Thomas Wilson’s Demosthenes and the politics of Tudor translation