Thursday, 28 May 2015

The Recipies Project - Reading list

Further Reading

A Recipes Reading List: Some Related Books, Articles, Chapters and Blogs by Contributors
DiMeo, Michelle and Sara Pennell, eds. Reading and Writing Recipe Books, 1550-1800. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013.
Foxhall, Katherine. Health, Medicine and the Sea: Australian Voyages, c.1815-1860. Manchester University Press, 2012.
Laroche, Rebecca. Medical Authority and Englishwomen’s Herbal Texts, 1550-1650. Ashgate, 2009.
—–. [with Steven Turner.] “Robert Boyle, Hannah Woolley, and Syrup of Violets.” Notes and Queries 58 (2011): 390­–91.
—–. “Ophelia’s Plants and the Death of Violets”, pp. 211-22 in L. Bruckner and D. Brayton (Eds.) Ecocritical Shakespeare.  Ashgate, 2011.
—–. “The Burton Herbal.” Notes and Queries 54, 4 (2007): 393–95.
—–.  “Elizabeth Bagot’s Herbal.” The Yale University Library Gazette 82, 1–2 (2006): 21–26.
LeJacq, Seth. “The Bounds of Domestic Healing: Medical Recipes, Storytelling and Surgery in Early Modern England”, Social History of Medicine
Leong, Elaine. “Collecting knowledge for the family: recipes, gender and practical knowledge in the early modern english household”, Centaurus 55, 2 (2013): 81-103.
—–. “Making Medicines in the Early Modern Household”, Bulletin of the History of Medicine 82 (2008): 145-68.
—–. [with Sara Pennell.] “Recipe Collections and the Currency of Medical Knowledge in the Early Modern ‘Medical Marketplace'”, pp. 133-52 in M. Jenner and P. Wallis (Eds.), The Medical Marketplace and Its Colonies c. 1450-c 1850. Palgrave Macmillian, 2007.
—–. Editorial Essay for ‘Receipt Books, c.1575-1800 from the Folger Shakespeare Library’ a microfilm publication from Adam Matthews Publication. July, 2006.
Leong, Elaine and Alisha Rankin. (Eds.) Secrets and Knowledge in Medicine and Science, 1500-1800. Ashgate, 2011. [With chapters by contributors Michelle DiMeo and Lisa Smith.]
Munroe, Jennifer. Gender and the Garden in Early Modern English Literature. Ashgate, 2008.
—–. (Ed.) Making Gardens of Their Own: Advice for Women, 1550-1750. Ashgate, 2008.
Munroe, Jennifer and Rebecca Laroche. (Eds.) Ecofeminist Approaches to Early Modernity. Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. [With chapters by contributors Michelle DiMeo, Rebecca Laroche, Jennifer Munroe and Amy Tigner.]
Newton, Hannah. The Sick Child in Early Modern England, 1580-1720. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
Neven, Sylvie.  “Through artist’s recipe books: interest in and transmission of artists’ knowledge; observations and reflections within the Strasbourg tradition”, pp. 97-100 in M. Clarke, B. De Munck, & S. Dupré, eds. Transmission of artists’ knowledge. Brussel: KVAB, 2012.
Osborne, Sally. Travels and Travails in 18th-Century England .
Pennell, Sara.”‘Pots and pans history':  the material culture of the kitchen in early modern England”, Journal of Design History 11, 3 (1998): 201-16.
—–. “The material culture of food in early modern England, c. 1650-1750″, pp. 35-50 in S. Tarlow and S. West, eds. Familiar Pasts? Archaeologies of Later Historical Britain 1550-1860. 1999.
—–. “‘Great quantities of gooseberry pye and baked clod of beef': victualling and eating out in early modern London”, in P. Griffiths and M. Jenner, eds. Londinopolis: Essays in the Cultural and Social History of Early Modern London. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000.
—–. “Keeping Food Hot, 1600-2000″, pp. 68-71 in P. Glanville and H. Young, eds. Elegant Eating: Four Hundred Years of Dining in Style. V&A Publications, 2002.
—–. “Perfecting practice? Women, manuscript recipes and knowledge in early modern England”, in V. E. Burke and J. Gibson, eds. Early Modern Women’s Manuscript Writing: Selected Papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium. Ashgate, 2004.
—–. “Introduction”, Microfilm series, Women and Medicine: Remedy Books 1533-1865, 2004.
Rich, Rachel. Bourgeois Consumption: Food, Space and Identity in London and Paris, 1850-1914. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011.
Smith, Lisa. “Bespelled in the Archives“, The Appendix: A New Journal of Narrative & Experimental History, 1, 2 (2013).
—–. The Sloane Letters Blog,
Timmermann, Anke. “Doctor’s Order: An Early Modern Doctor’s Alchemical Notebooks”, Early Science and Medicine 13 (2008): 25-52.
—–. “Scientific and Encyclopaedic Poetry”, in Julia Boffey and A.S.G. Edwards, eds. A Companion to Fifteenth-Century English Poetry. Boydell and Brewer, 2013.
Totelin, Laurence. concoctinghistory,
Withey, Alun. Physick and the Family: Health, Medicine, and Care in Wales, 1600-1750. Manchester University Press, 2012.
—–. Dr Alun Withey .