education and training
- Ph.D. in English Literature, Indiana University System - (Bloomington, Indiana, United States) 1997
- M.A. in English Literature, Indiana University System - (Bloomington, Indiana, United States) 1992
- B.A. in English and French, Vanderbilt University - (Nashville, Tennessee, United States) 1991
- Warren, N. B. (2017). Chivalric Men and Good(?) Women: Chaucer, Gender, and John Bossewell's Workes of Armorie. The Chaucer Review. 52(1), 143-161.
- Warren, N. B. (2016). Chaucer, the Chaucer Tradition, and Female Monastic Readers. The Chaucer Review. 51(1), 88-106.
- Warren, N. B. (2015). Flying from the depravities of Europe, to the American Strand: Chaucer and the Chaucer Tradition in Early America. ELH. 82(2), 589-613.
- Warren, N. B. (2012). Monasticisms Medieval and Early Modern. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. 42(3), 511-517.
- Warren, N. B. (2007). Feminist Approaches to Middle English Religious Writing: The Cases of Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich. Literature Compass. 4(5), 1378-1396.
- Warren, N. B. (2011). Spiritual economies: Female monasticism in later medieval England. University of Pennsylvania Press.
- Warren, N. B. (2005). Women of god and arms: Female spirituality and political conflict, 1380-1600. University of Pennsylvania Press.
- Warren, N. B. (2013). Owning the middle ages: History, trauma, and English identity. Renaissance Retrospections: Tudor Views of the Middle Ages. 174-197.
- Warren, N. B. (2012). Christine de Pizan and Joan of Arc. The History of British Womens Writing, 7001500. 189-197. Palgrave Macmillan UK.
- Warren, N. B. (2010). Protestantism, Profit, and Politics: Tudor Representations of the New World. A Companion to Tudor Literature. 63-78. Wiley-blackwell.
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Texas A&M University; English; 4227 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4227