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Laurence, Anne (2011). Exploiting Dante: Dante and his women popularizers, 1850-1910. In: Havely, Nick ed. Dante in the Nineteenth Century: Reception, Canonicity, Popularization. Cultural Interactions: Studies in the Relationship between the Arts (19). Oxford/Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 281–301.

Laurence, Anne (2009). Women, banks and the securities market in early eighteenth century England. In: Laurence, Anne; Maltby, Josephine and Rutterford, Janette eds. Women and their Money 1700-1950: Essays on Women and Finance. Routledge International Studies in Business History. London: Routledge, pp. 46–58.

Laurence, Anne (2009). Using buildings to understand social history: Britain and Ireland in the seventeenth century. In: Harvey, Karen ed. History and Material Culture. Routledge Guides to Using Historical Sources. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 103–122.

Laurence, A.; Maltby, J. and Rutterford, J. (2009). Introduction. In: Laurence, A.; Maltby, J and Rutterford, J. eds. Women and Their Money 1700-1950: Essays on Women in Finance. Routledge.

Laurence, Anne (2008). Real and imagined communities in the lives of women in seventeenth-century Ireland: identity and gender. In: Tarbin, Stephanie and Broomhall, Susan eds. Women, Identities and Communities in Early Modern Europe. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 13–27.

Laurence, Anne (2004). Women in the British Isles. In: Tittler, Robert and Jones, Norman eds. A Companion to Tudor Britain. Blackwell Companions to British History. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 381–399.

Laurence, Anne (2004). Did the nature of the enemy make a difference? Chaplains in the wars of the three kingdoms 1642-9. In: Bergen, Doris L. ed. The Sword of the Lord: Military Chaplains for the First to the Twenty-First Century. Notre Dame, Indiana, USA: University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 89–104.

Laurence, Anne (2003). Women using building in seventeenth-century England: a question of sources? Royal Historical Society Transactions, 13 pp. 293–303.

Laurence, Anne (2002). Daniel’s practice: the daily round of godly women in seventeenth-century England. In: Swanson, R.N. ed. The Use and abuse of time in Christian history. Studies in Church History. Boydell and Brewer, pp. 173–184.

Laurence, Anne (2001). 'Begging pardon for all mistakes in this writeing I being a woman and doeing itt myselfe': family narratives in some early eighteenth-century letters. In: Daybell, James ed. Early modern women’s letter writing, 1450-1700. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 194–206.

Laurence, Anne (2001). The child is mother to the woman. In: Hudson, Pat ed. Living Economic and Social History. Glasgow: Economic History Society, pp. 204–208.

Laurence, Anne (2000). Women historians and documentary research. In: Laurence, Anne; Bellamy, Joan and Perry, Gillian eds. Women, Scholarship and Criticism: Gender and Knowledge c. 1790-1900. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 125–141.

Laurence, Anne (1999). This sad and deplorable condition: an attempt towards recovering an account of the sufferings of northern clergy families in the 1640s and 1650s. In: Wood, Diana ed. Life and Thought in the Northern Church c. 1100-c. 1700: Essays in honour of Claire Cross. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, pp. 465–488.

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