Resistance to Love in Medieval English Romance: Negotiating Consent, Gender, and Desire (under contract with Boydell and Brewer).
Hannah is currently working on a second monograph on the representation of the senses in Middle English romance.
Consent: Legacies, Representations, and Frameworks for the Future, ed. Sophie Franklin, Hannah Piercy, Arya Thampuran, and Rebecca White, Interdisciplinary Research in Gender (Routledge, forthcoming). Under contract.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters:
Piercy, Hannah, ‘Contact, Conduct, and Tactile Networks: Touch and its Social Functions in Middle English Verse Romance’, in Literature and the Senses, ed. Annette Kern-Stähler and Elizabeth Robertson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming). Under contract.
Piercy, Hannah, ‘Desire, Consent, and Misogyny in Post-medieval Adaptations of the Pelleas and Ettarde Story’, Journal of the International Arthurian Society, 10.1 (forthcoming 2022), 5-28.
Piercy, Hannah, ‘The Ethics of Community in the Lai d’Haveloc’, Le Cygne: The Journal of the International Marie de France Society, 8 (2022), 53-71.
Piercy, Hannah, ‘Binding and Unbinding: Fashioning Narrative in Medieval Romance’, Durham English Review, 4.1 (2016), 70-98.
Hannah has written numerous book reviews for Medium Ævum and Nottingham Medieval Studies. She is happy to be contacted about opportunities to review books on medieval romance, medieval gender studies, consent, and sensory studies.