Dianne Dugaw

Dianne Dugaw is Professor of English at the University of Oregon. She has written on topics in folklore, literary history, eighteenth-century studies, and women’s and gender studies, including Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850 (Cambridge University Press, 1989; pbk ed., University of Chicago Press, 1996); The Anglo-American Ballad (Garland Publishing, 1995); and ‘Deep Play’—John Gay & the Invention of Modernity (University of Delaware Press, 2001). She has recorded two CDs: Dangerous Examples—Fighting & Sailing Women in Song and, with Amanda Powell and Dorothy Attneave, The Aunties’ Song Kettle—Songs for Kids of All Ages (http://cdbaby.com/dugaw).

Articles by Dianne Dugaw

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