2017. Women’s Prophetic Writings in Seventeenth-Century Britain, Carme Font. London, New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1138646926. See Reviews of the Book in Women’s Writing, Tulsa Studies, Seventeenth Century NewsSederiand Nexus.

2018. Economic Imperatives for Women’s Writing in Early Modern Europe, Carme Font and Nina Geerdink (eds). Leiden, Boston: Brill. ISBN: 978-9004383029. See reviews in Knjizenstvo journal , EMW Journal and Renaissance Quarterly.

2023 (forth.). Antología de poetisas del Renacimiento inglés, Carme Font. Madrid: Ediciones Cátedra, Colección Letras Universales. Translation, notes and critical edition of a selection of English Seventeenth and Eighteenth-century women poets.

2023 (forth.). Women Writing on Social Change in Early Modern Europe. Turnhout: Brepols.

Book Chapters

2023 (forth). “Genealogies of Individual Conscience in Women’s Spiritual Writings of the Long Reformation”, in Women of the Book: Early Modern Religious Culture, 1450-1800. Earle Havens & Erin Rowe (eds.). Pennsylvania: Penn State University Press.

2023. “Qualities which Many Think Most Unlikely to be Found in Women: Genderfluid Textualities in Samuel Torshell’s The Womans Glorie (1650)”, in Recovering Women’s Past: New epistemologies, New ventures. Severine Genieys-Kirk (ed.). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, pp. 109-137.

2023. “Personal Conscience and Social Change in Seventeenth-century Women’s Prophetic Writings”, in The Querelle des Femmes and the Bible. Ángela Muñoz (ed.). Leiden: Brill-Society of Biblical Literature. Vol. 13:1.

2021. “Reader-response Criticism in The Seven Ravens”, in Theoretically Speaking about Literature: Understanding Theory in the Study of Literary Works. David Owen, Cristina Pividori (eds.). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 53-68.

2019. “Genealogía de las Autorías Femeninas en los Siglos xvii-xviii: ¿Historiografía o Ecología Autorial?”, in ¿Qué es una autora? Encrucijadas entre género y autoría. Aina Pérez & Meri Torras (eds.). Barcelona: Icària Editorial, pp. 73-96. See reviews in Estudios de Teoría Literaria, NomadíasCultura, lenguaje y representación.

2018. “Writing for Patronage or Patronage for Writing? Two Case Studies in Seventeenth-century and Post-Restoration Women’s Poetry in Britain”, in Economic Imperatives for Women’s Writing in Early Modern Europe. Carme Font & Nina Geerdink (eds.). Leiden, Boston: Brill, pp. 97-123.

2018. Font, Gerdink. “Women, Professionalization, and Patronage”, in Economic Imperatives for Women’s Writing in Early Modern Europe. Carme Font & Nina Geerdink (eds.). Leiden, Boston: Brill, pp.1-15.

2017. “Mary Hays’ Invisible Women: Manuscript Poetry and the Practice of Life-Writing in Ann Yerbury (1729-1754)”, in The Invention of Female Biography. Gina Luria Walker (ed.). New York: Routledge, pp.105-123.

2017. “‘Words that Inspire the Body of a Mayd’: Female Prophecy and Translation in the Elizabethan Court”, in Sfaccettature della traduzione letteraria. Jutta Linder, Helena Aguilà, Donatella Siviero (eds.). Roma: Editoriale Artemide, pp. 79-92.

2014. “Translation and Rewriting of Sibylline Prophecies: The Case of Jane Seager” (repr.), in Translatio: Transition, Mobility and Change in Medieval Culture. Alberto Reche (ed.). Santa Coloma de Queralt: Obrador Edèndum, pp. 63-73.

2014. “Me casé con él, lector’: el arte de la felicidad conyugal en Jane Eyre”, in Figuras del deseo femenino: doce representaciones de la mujer en la literatura occidental. Joan Curbet (ed.). Madrid: Ediciones Cátedra, pp. 361-395.

2014. “A modo de epílogo: coda y contrapunto del deseo femenino”, in Figuras del deseo femenino: doce representaciones de la mujer en la literatura occidental. Joan Curbet (ed.). Madrid: Ediciones Cátedra. pp. 571-585.

2013. “The Cry of a Virgin: Gender and Self-Representation in Lady Eleanor Davies’ Prophetic Texts”, in Narration et Genre. Les Femmes Écrivains dans l’Histoire Europpéene Jusqu’au Début du XXe Siècle. Lieselotte Steinbrügge & Suzan van Dijk (eds.). Leuven: Peeters Publishers. Collection La République des Lettres, Vol. 1, pp. 215-226.

2013. “Impromtu Readings: Learning to Identigy Narrators in Extracurricular Texts”, in Reading Between the Lines: Discussing Narration in the Literature Class. A. Monnickendam, D. Owen, and C. Pividori (eds.). Lleida: Editorial Punctum. pp. 41-52.

2009. “For the Progress of Women: An Approach to Womanhood in the ‘New Woman’ Print Culture of 1890s Britain”, in Origins of English Literary Modernism, 1870-1914. Gregory F. Tague (ed.). St. Francis College, New York: Academica Press, pp. 79-93.

2008. Font, Carme and Joan Curbet “Reading in Seventeenth-Century England: Reason and Revolution”, in The Cultural History of Reading. Gabrielle Watling (ed.). Connecticut: Greenwood Press, pp. 143-174.

2008. “City of Flesh, Body of Mortar: Representations of the Body as City in Peter Ackroyd’s ‘London: the Biography”, in A Body That Could Never Rest. Diego Falconi, Félix Ernesto Chávez (eds.). Barcelona: Editorial UOC, pp. 115-122.

Journal Articles (peer reviewed)

2023 (in press). From Gender Bias to Textual Misogyny in the Early Modern Period: Bringing together Women’s Writing from the Margins. In Early Modern Textual Misogynies, special issue edited by Carme Font. Women’s Writing Journal, Routledge Taylor & Francis. Vol. 31 (2023).

2023. ‘Life Among These Unknown Revolutionaries’: Traces of Lucy Hutchinson’s Memoirs in the Spanish and Italian Historiography of the English Revolution. The Seventeenth Century, Taylor & Francis. Vol. 38:3 (2023), 541-553. DOI: 10.1080/0268117X.2023.2195765

2022. A Resounding God: Acoustic Representations of the Divine in Early Modern Women’s Spiritual Writing. Early Modern Women: an Interdisciplinary Journal, University of Chicago Press. Vol.17 (1), p. 139-147.

2022. ‘Owing the Comforts of Life to Art’: Elizabeth Helme’s Critical Reception and the Practice of Writing. Enthymema: International Journal of Literary Criticism, Literary Theory, and Philosophy of Culture. Vol. 30 (2022) 19-34.

2020. ‘Che son la Pia’: Liminal Female Figures of Intercession in Blake’s illustrations of the Commedia. Dante e l’Arte, Vol. 7 (2020): 155-172.

2018. ‘Investigación sobre la naturaleza y la razón de una bebida’: Henry Stubbe y los sinsabores del cacao de Indias en el contexto puritano inglés. Nuevas de Indias. Anuario del Centro de Estudios de la América Colonial. Vol. 3 (2018): 25-42.

2017. ‘God is not the Supporter of Tyranny’: Prophetic Reception and Political Capital in Elizabeth Poole’s ‘A Vision’ (1648). Études Épistémè, Revue de littérature et de civilisation XVIe-XVIIIe siècles, Special Issue “Languages Dissidents: Processus de communication, supports et intermédiaires de la dissidence religieuse”, (dir. Sophie Houdard, Adelisa Malena, Xenia v. Tippelskirch), Paris. Vol. 30 (2017). DOI: 10.4000/episteme.1686

2016. Carme Font and Milagros Torrado. Interlanguage or Technology? Capitalization in a Learner Corpus of English as a Foreign Language. Opción: Revista de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales. Universidad de Zulia. Vol. 12 Extra (2016): 784-793.

2015. For Well you Knowe, This World is but a Stage’: Petrarchismo Femminile and Elizabethan Poetics in Aemilia Bassano Lanyer.   Studi Rinascimentali, Fabrizio Serra Editore, Roma. Vol. 13:1 (2015): 137-146.

2014. Textual Activism as Political Mediation. Huntington Library Quarterly, University of California Press. Vol. 77:4 (Winter 2014): 487-492.

2013. Translation and Rewriting of Sibylline Prophecies in the Elizabethan Court: The Case of Jane Seager. Medievalia. Revista d’Estudis Medievals i Renaixentistes. Vol. 16 (2013): 55-63.

2013. The Cure of the Kingdome’: Defending Female Authorship in Elizabeth Poole’s A Vision (1648). ES Review. Spanish Journal of English Studies. Vol. 34 (2013): 179-191.

2013. Foretelling the Judgements of God: Authorship and the Prophetic Voice in Elizabeth Poole. Journal of English Studies (JES). Vol. 11 (2013): 97-112.

2012. Women Periodicals in the New Woman Print Culture of Fin-de-Siècle Britain, ODISEA, Revista de Estudios Ingleses. Vol. 12 (2012): 125-135.

2012. Carme FONT, David OWEN, Laura GIMENO, Cristina PIVIDORI. “Into the Engine Room: An Inter-University Literature Teaching Project Focusing on Narrative”. Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature. Vol. 5(4), Nov-Dec (2012):1-19.

2011. Carme Font and Joan Curbet. Identitat i Veu Femenines en A True Relation of Their Sufferings (“Relació Verídica dels seus Patiments”), 1662, de les Quàqueres Katharine Evans i Sarah Cheevers. Journal Manuscrits: Revista d’Història Moderna, Vol. 28 (2010): 243-260.

2010. ‘I have written the things which I did hear, see, tasted and handled’: Selfhood and Voice in Katherine Evans’ and Sarah Cheevers’ A Short Relation of Their Sufferings (1662). Journal: SEDERI Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies. Vol. 20 (2010):50-77.

2009. The Case for Prophecy: Politics, Gender and Self-representation in 17th-Century Prophetic Discourses. Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses Vol. 22 (2009):63-78.

Conference Proceedings

2016. “Lessons in Love: Reading Petrarchan Poetry in the Classroom”, in Sharing Teaching Experiences. TELLC Workshop: Teaching English Language, Literature, and Culture (ed. Sara Martín). Vol. 2 (2016): 13-22. cc:

2012. “A Small Beer and Toast’: Street Politics and Prophetic Performance in Anna Trapnel’s The Cry of a Stone”. Proceedings 35th AEDEAN, Barcelona. Sara Martín (ed.) Vol.1, 100-105.

2008. “Born in the Streets: Violence, Gangsterism and Power in Gangs of New York”. Proceedings 31st AEDEAN, A Coruña. María Jesús Lorenzo Modia (ed.), Vol.1, 209-116.

Book Reviews

2022. “Mujer y sociedad en la literatura del Siglo de Oro”, Francisco Domínguez Matito, Juan Manuel Escudero Baztán, Rebeca Lázaro Niso, Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2020. Reviewed in Anuario Lope de Vega. Vol. 29.1 (2022): 549-553.

2019. “Women Prophets and Radical Protestantism in the British Atlantic World 1640-1730”, Elizabeth Bouldin, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Reviewed in Quaker Studies, Vol. 24 (2019): 341-343.

2018. “Blake & Dante: a Study of William Blake’s Illustrations of the Divine Comedy, Including its Critical Notes”, Silvia de Santis, Gangemi Editore, 2017. Reviewed in Dante e l’Arte. Vol. 5 (2018): 343-346.

2017. “The Empire and the End of Time: Identity and Reform in Late Medieval Prophecy”, Frances Courtney Kneupper, Oxford University Press, 2016. Reviewed in Comitatus, a Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Vol. 48:1 (2017): 224-226.

2017. “John Knox y el primer toque de trompeta contra el monstruoso gobierno de las mujeres”, José Luis Martínez-Dueñas y Rocío G. Sumillera, Tirant Humanidades, 2016. Reviewed in SEDERI Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies. Vol. 27 (2017): 249-253.

2015. “The Secret Within: Hermits, Recluses and Spiritual Outsiders in Medieval England”, Wolfgang Riehle, Cornell University Press, 2014. Reviewed in Comitatus, a Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Vol. 46:1 (2015): 294-296.

2013. “The Early Renaissance and Vernacular Culture”, Charles Dempsey, Harvard University Press (The Bernard Berenson Lectures on the Italian Renaissance), 2012. Reviewed in Journal Medievalia. Vol. 16 (2013): 311-314.

2012. “El libro de Margery Kempe: La mujer que se reinventó a sí misma”, Salustiano Moreta Velayos, Publicacions de la Universitat de València, 2011. Reviewed in Journal Medievalia. Vol. 15 (2012): 426-428.

2010. “Violence, Politics and Gender in Early Modern England”, Joseph P. Ward, Palgrave MacMillan, 2008. Reviewed in SEDERI Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies. Vol. 20 (2010):50-77.

Articles in Encyclopedias and Other Publications

2022. “Patching up Women’s Writing from the Past: A Special Collective Persistence”, editorial in The New Historia, The New School, Public Engagement. New York. September 2022:1.

2021. Cultural press. Maxim Rigaux & Carme Font. Vroegmoderne vrouwen en de epische traditie in het Spaanse wereldrijk: een transgenre benadering. Historica Journal. Vol. 8 (2021): 29-35. ISSN: 1382-3914.

2021. “Lady Eleanor Davies”, in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Early Modern Women’s Writing. Patricia Pender and Rosalind Smith (eds.). Londres: Palgrave Macmillan. “Living edition”:

2013. “Maria d’Àgreda,” Mary Hays, Female Biography; or, Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women, of All Ages and Countries (1803). Chawton House Library Series: Women’s Memoirs, ed. Gina Luria Walker, Memoirs of Women Writers Part II. Pickering & Chatto: London. Vol. X, p. 167.

Book Translations and Prologues (selection)

Qué fueron las cruzadas - Jonathan Riley-Smith
Historia social del conocimiento - Peter Burke

2013. Igor Stravinsky y Robert Craft: escritos y memorias, Robert Craft. Barcelona: El Acantilado.
2012. ¿Qué fueron las cruzadas? Jonathan Riley-Smith. Barcelona: El Acantilado.
2012. Londres: Una biografía. Peter Ackroyd. Barcelona: Edhasa.
2012. Historia social del conocimiento, Vol. II. Peter Burke. Barcelona: Editorial Paidós.
2011. El instinto del arte: belleza, placer, y evolución humana. Denis Dutton. Barcelona: Editorial Paidós.
2009. “Un sublime terror”, Introduction to Los relatos indispensables, Edgar Allan Poe, Edgar Allan Poe. Barcelona: Editorial Navona.
2010. “Carcajadas de porte clásico”. Introduction to “Los cuentos humorísticos de Mark Twain”, Mark Twain. Barcelona: Editorial Navona.