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Childs, Mark, Schnieders, H. Lori and Williams, Gweno (2012) “This above all: to thine own self be true”: ethical considerations and risks in conducting Higher Education learning activities in the virtual worldSecond Life™. Interactive Learning Environments, 20 (3). pp. 253-269.

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Williams, Gweno (2013) Creative approaches to drama in the English classroom. In: Birketveit, Anna and Williams, Gweno, (eds.) Literature for the English classroom: theory into practice. Fagbokforlaget

Williams, Gweno (2013) Novels for teenage readers. In: Birketveit, Anna and Williams, Gweno, (eds.) Literature for the English classroom: theory into practice. Fagbokforlaget

Williams, Gweno, Merrylees, John and Richmond, David (2011) Producing The Creation and Fall of Man in twenty-first century York: Thys werke is wroght now. In: Rogerson, Margaret, (ed.) The York Mystery Plays: performance in the City. Boydell and Brewer Limited, York Medieval Press imprint, pp. 145-156

Williams, Gweno, Findlay, A. and Hodgson-Wright, S. (2005) Payments, Permits and Punishments: Women Performers and the Politics of Place. In: Brown, P. A. and Parolin, P., (eds.) Women Players in England, 1500-1660: Beyond the All-Male Stage. Ashgate, pp. 45-67

Williams, Gweno (2004) Margaret Cavendish, Marchioness (later Duchess) of Newcastle, Youths Glory and Deaths Banquet (1662). In: Ostovich, H. and Sauer, E., (eds.) Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscript and Print, 1500-1700. Routledge, pp. 432-434

Williams, Gweno (2002) Margaret Cavendish, a true relation of my birth, breeding and life. In: Pacheco, Anita, (ed.) A Companion to Early Modern Women’s Writing. Oxford, Blackwell, pp. 165-176

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Williams, Gweno (2004) Margaret Cavendish: plays in performance. [Video]

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