Roanoke Colonies Research Newsletter
Volume 5.1 (November 1997)
Additions to the 1996 Checklist of 1996 Roanoke Colonization Sources and Related Materials
The following items have come to the attention of the Roanoke Colonies Research Office since the publication of the May 1997 issue of the Roanoke Colonies Research Newsletter. We are solicitng references for the 1997
checklist to be published in the May 1998 issue.
Beer, Anna. “Textual Politics: The Execution of Sir Walter Raleigh.” Modern Philology 94 (1996): 19-38.
Falletta, Barbara. “Images of Women by Women in Nineteenth-Century American Sculpture.” Art Education 49.1 (1996): 25-28, 49-52.
Grassl, Gary C. “German Mineral Specialists in Elizabethan England and Early English America.” Yearbook of German-American Studies 31 (1996): 45-61.
Harvey, Paul A. S. Barlowe, Lane and Harriot’s Accounts of the New World. Occasional Paper 20. Durham, UK: Durham Thomas Harriot Seminar, n.d.
“John White’s Vision of a New World.” The Lost Colony, America’s Beginning: The Official Souvenir Program Guide of The Lost Colony’s 56th Production Season Program. Manteo, NC: Roanoke Island Historical Association, 1996: 24-25.
Maden, Mary. In Search of the Lost Colony. Illus. Sara Hodder Daniels. Kill Devil Hills, NC: Dog and Pony Enterprises, 1996.
Pratt, S. “From the Margins: The Native American Personage in the Cartouche and Decorative Borders of Maps.” World & Image 12 (1996): 349-65.
Schlesinger, Roger. In The Wake of Columbus: The Impact of the New World on Europe, 1492-1650. Wheeling, IL: Harlan Davidson, 1996.
Szulakowska, Urzula. John Dee and European Alchemy. Occasional Paper 21. Durham, UK: Durham Thomas Harriot Seminar, n.d.