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Fonzo, Kimberly L. "Late medieval authorship and the prophetic tradition." PhD thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2014.

Lee, Jenny Veronica. "Confessio Auctoris: Confessional Poetics and Authority in the Literature of Late Medieval England, 1350-1450." PhD thesis, Northwestern University, 2013.

Johnson, Valerie. "Politicizing the Landscape: Ricardian Literary Languages of Power." PhD thesis, University of Rochester, 2013.

Fulton, Sharon. "Animal Speech and Political Utterance: Articulating the Controversies of Late Fourteenth-Century England in Non-Human Voices." PhD thesis, Columbia University, 2012.

Moreno, Christine. "Secrecy and Fear in Confessional Discourse: Subversive Strategies, Heretical Inquisition, and Shifting Subjectivities in Vernacular Middle English and Anglo-French Poetry." PhD thesis, The Ohio State University, 2012.

Stasik, Tamara. "Forms of Living: Asceticism, Culture, and Articulating the "medeled liyf" in Late Medieval English Literature." PhD thesis, Indiana University, 2012.

Meyers, Alyssa. "Telling Time: Temporality and Narrative in Late Medieval English Literature." PhD thesis, Columbia University, 2011.

Drimmer, Sonja. "The Visual Language of Vernacular Manuscript Illumination: John Gower's 'Confessio Amantis' (Pierpont Morgan MS M.126." PhD thesis, Columbia University, 2011.

Farber, Annika. "Ethical Reading and the Medieval 'Artes amandi': The Rise of the Didactic in Andreas Capellanus, Jean de Meun, and John Gower." PhD thesis, Pennsylvania State University, 2011.

Peebles, Katie Lyn. "Medievalism's inheritance: Early inventions of medieval pasts." PhD thesis, Indiana University, 2010.

Beck, Christian Blevins. "Reading emotional bodies: Love and gender in late medieval English literature." PhD thesis, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2010.

McCabe, T. Matthew N. "Ethics, Rhetorical Accommodation, and Vernacularity in Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 2010.

Lim, Gary. "Familiar estrangements: Reading family in Middle English romance." PhD thesis, City University of New York, 2009.

Pangilinan, Maria Cristina Santos. "Poetry and London learning: Chaucer, Gower, Usk, Langland and Hoccleve." PhD thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 2009.

Zarins, Kimberly. "Writing the literary zodiac: Division, unity, and power in John Gower's poetics." PhD thesis, Cornell University, 2009.

Batkie, Stephanie L. "Sentenced to hard labor: Vernacular transformations in the late fourteenth century." PhD thesis, University of Michigan, 2009.

Irvin, Matthew William. "'In propria persona’: Artifice, politics, and propriety in John Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, Duke University, 2009.

Williams, Jon Kenneth. "Languages of kingship in Ricardian Britain." PhD thesis, Columbia University, 2009.

Lim, Gary. "Familiar estrangements: Reading family in Middle English romance." PhD thesis, City University of New York, 2009.

Zarins, Kimberly. "Writing the literary zodiac: Division, unity, and power in John Gower's poetics." PhD thesis, Cornell University, 2009.

Urban, Misty Rae. "Monstrous women in Middle English romance." PhD thesis, Columbia University, 2008.

Newman, Jonathan M. "Satire of counsel, counsel of satire: Representing advisory relations in later medieval literature." PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 2008.

Schieberle, Misty Yvonne. "Feminized counsel: Representations of women and advice to princes in late medieval England." PhD thesis, University of Notre Dame, 2008.

Van Dyk, Conrad J. "The Exemplum As Legal Case: John Gower and the Limits of the Law." PhD thesis, University of Western Ontario, 2007.

Bryant, Brantley L. "Common profit: Economic morality in English public political discourse, c. 1340—1406." PhD thesis, Columbia University, 2007.

Hsy, Jonathan Horng. "Polyglot poetics: Merchants and literary production in London, 1300—1500." PhD thesis, The University of Pennsylvnia, 2007.

Marshall, David W. "Monstrous England: Nation and reform, 1375—1385." PhD thesis, Indiana University, 2007.

Walling, Amanda. "Vicious praise: Flattery in late medieval English politics and poetry." PhD thesis, Stanford University, 2007.

Faccon, Manuela. "La Fortuna de la Confessio Amantis en la Peninsula Iberica: Estudio Comparativo de las Traducciones Edicion del MS Madrid, Real Biblioteca, II-3088 (Prologo I, II, III, IV Libros." PhD thesis, University of Verona / University of Zaragoza, 2007.

Bahr, Arthur William. "Convocational and compilational play in Medieval London literary culture." PhD thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 2006.

Edwards, Suzanne M. "Beyond raptus: Pedagogies and fantasies of sexual violence in late-medieval England." PhD thesis, The University of Chicago, 2006.

Gould, Mica Dawn. "Reading the reader: Metafictional romance in Ricardian London." PhD thesis, Purdue University, 2006.

Meyer, Cathryn Marie. "Producing the Middle English corpus: Confession and medieval bodies." PhD thesis, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006.

Barbaccia, Holly G.. "Kalendes of chaunge: Thinking Through Change in Middle English Poetry." PhD thesis, University of Pennsylvania, 2005.

Renda, Patricia A.. "Mythopoesis and Ideology in Late Medieval and Early Modern Versions of 'Lucrece' and 'Philomela'." PhD thesis, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005.

Nau, Robert. "Capaneus: Homer to Lydgate." PhD thesis, McMaster University (Canada), 2005.

Urban, Malte. "Poetics of the Past, Politics of the Present." PhD thesis, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, 2005.

Behrman, Mary Davy. "Chaucer, Gower and the vox populi: Interpretation and the common profit in the 'Canterbury Tales' and 'Confessio Amantis'." PhD thesis, Emory University, 2004.

Williams, Tara Nicole. "Inventing womanhood in late medieval literature." PhD thesis, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick, 2004.

Passmore, S. Elizabeth. "Loathly Lady Transformed: A Literary and Cultural Analysis of the Medieval Irish and English Hag-Beauty Tales." PhD thesis, University of Connecticut, 2004.

Kennedy, Kathleen Erin. "Maintaining injustice: Literary Representations of the Legal System c. 1400." PhD thesis, Ohio State University, 2004.

Horsley, Katharine Frances. "Poetic visions of London Civic Ceremony, 1360-1440." PhD thesis, Harvard University, 2004.

Mitchell, J. Allan. "Reading for the Moral: The Ethics of Exemplarity in Middle English Literature (John Gower, Geoffrey Chaucer)." PhD thesis, Dalhousie University, 2003.

Masciandaro, Nicola. "The voice of the hammer: Work in medieval English literature (John Gower, Geoffrey Chaucer)." PhD thesis, Yale University, 2002.

Shuffelton, George Gordon. "The miscellany and the monument: Collecting in Chaucer, Gower, and Langland." PhD thesis, Yale University, 2002.

Palmer, James Milton. "Narratives of Healing: Emotion, Medicine, Metaphor, and Late-medieval Poetry and Prose (John Gower, Geoffrey Chaucer, Diego de San Pedro, Spain)." PhD thesis, Purdue University, 2002.

Girard, Karen Lee. "Re-writing Alexander the Great: Literary adaptations of Alexander's life in medieval England." PhD thesis, Stanford University, 2001.

Lightsey, Robert Scott. "Monstrous Anxieties: Reading Mirabilia in Chaucer and His Contemporaries (Geoffrey Chaucer, John Gower, Sir John Mandeville)." PhD thesis, University of Delaware, 2001.

Arner, Lynn Patricia. "Burying the Dead: John Gower and English Rising of 1381." PhD thesis, University of Rochester, 2000.

Ladd, Roger Alfred. "Merchants, Mercantile Satire, and Problems of Estate in Late Medieval English literature (Geoffrey Chaucer, John Gower, Margery Kempe, William Langland)." PhD thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2000.

Crowley, James Patrick. "Imagining and transmitting medieval literary authority: William Langland to Ezra Pound." PhD thesis, University of Michigan, 1999.

Ambrisco, Alan Scott. "Medieval Man-Eaters: Cannibalism and Community in Middle English Literature." PhD thesis, Indiana University, 1999.

Achorn, John Howard. "A study of 'Apollonius of Tyre': Three English Adaptations of an Ancient Greek Romance." PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 1998.

Barrington, Candace. "John Gower, the Confessio Amantis, and the Rhetoric of Omission." PhD thesis, Duke University, 1998.

Lipton, Emma. "Affections of the Mind: The Politics of Marriage in Late Medieval English Literature." PhD thesis, Duke University, 1998.

Bakalian, Ellen Shaw. "Aspects of love in John Gower's 'Confessio Amantis.'." PhD thesis, New York University, 1998.

Zieman, Katherine Grace. "Reading and Singing: Liturgy, Literacy, and Literature in Late Medieval England." PhD thesis, University of California at Berkeley, 1997.

Kiefer, Lauren Kathleen. "Gower and Literary Tradition: Jean de Meun, Ovid, and the 'Confessio Amantis'." PhD thesis, Cornell, 1997.

Mast, Isabelle. "The Representation of Women in John Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, Oxford University, 1997.

Robertson, Kellie Paige. "'Sethe that Babyl was ybuld': Translation and Dissent in Later Medieval England." PhD thesis, Yale University, 1997.

Allen, Elizabeth Gage. "'Lat the chaf be stille': Exemplary Fictions is Late Medieval England." PhD thesis, University of Michigan, 1997.

Grinnell, Natalie. "Reflecting Pools: The Thematic Construction of Gender in Medieval Romance." PhD thesis, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1997.

Batchelor, Patricia. "Unjustified Margins: Vernacular Innovations and Latin Tradition in Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, Marquette University, 1996.

Charnley, Susan Christina De Long. "'I wol nat serve . . .': Authority and Submission in late medieval English literature." PhD thesis, Michigan State University, 1996.

O'Callaghan, Tamara Faith. "Love Imagery in Benoit de Sainte-Maure's Roman de Troie, John Gower's Confessio Amantis, and Geoffrey Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde." PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 1995.

Bauer, Kate A.. "The Portrayal of Parents and Children in the Works of Chaucer, Gower, and the Pearl-poet." PhD thesis, New York University, 1995.

Bullón-Fernández, María. "Fathers and Daughters in John Gower's 'Confessio Amantis': Authority, Politics, and Gender in late medieval England." EngD thesis, Cornell University, 1995.

Robins, William Randolph. "Ancient Romance and Medieval Literary Genres: Apollonius of Tyre." PhD thesis, Princeton University, 1995.

Schutz, Andrea K.. "Theriomorphic Shape-Shifting: An experimental reading of identity and metamorphosis in selected medieval British texts." PhD thesis, University of Toronto, 1995.

Bertolet, Craig E. "The Rise of London Literature: Chaucer, Gower, Langland and the Poetics of the City in Late Medieval English Poetry." PhD thesis, Pennsylvania State University, 1995.

Hanrahan, Michael. "Traitors and Lovers: The Politics of Love in Chaucer's Legend of Good Women, Gower's Confessio Amantis and Usk's Testament of Love." PhD thesis, Indiana University, 1995.

Gould, Cynthia Marie. "Penitential Fictions, the Trial of Courtly Love, and the Emancipation of Story in the 'Legend of Good Women' and the 'Confessio Amantis'." PhD thesis, Northwestern University, 1994.

Bormann, Sally. "End-rhyme and Alliteration Sonotations in Chaucer, Gower, Langland and the 'Gawain'-poet." PhD thesis, University of Michigan, 1994.

Scala, Elizabeth Doreen. "Absent Narratives: Medieval Literature and Textual Repression." PhD thesis, Harvard, 1994.

Harris, Kate. ""Ownership and Readership: Studies in the Provenance of the Manuscripts of Gower's Confessio Amantis."." PhD thesis, University of York, 1993.

Donavin, Georgiana. "The meaning of incest in the 'Confessio Amantis'." PhD thesis, University of Oregon, 1992.

Tinkle, Theresa Lynn. "Cupid and Venus, Chaucer and Company." PhD thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, 1989.

Gwin, Mary Metz. "'Homward a softe pas': The Boethian model in John Gower's 'Confessio Amantis'." PhD thesis, Auburn, 1987.

McMackin Cubie, Genevieve. "The Meaning of Caritas in John Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, Ohio State University, 1987.

Zaerr, Linda Marie. "The Dynamics of Sloth: Fin Amour and Divine Mercy in John Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, University of Washington, 1986.

Braeger, Peter C.. "The Interrelationships of Text and Illustration in Some Middle English Literary Manuscripts." PhD thesis, Purdue University, 1986.

Smith, Jeremy J. "Studies in the Language of Some Manuscripts of Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, University of Glasgow, 1985.

Strollreither, K. "Quellennachweise zu Gowers Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, Munich, 1901.

Eichinger, Karl. "Die Trojasage als Soffquelle für John Gower's Confessio Amantis." PhD thesis, Kgl. Bayer. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität zu München, 1900.

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