Piers Brown, "'Hac ex consilio meo via progredieris': courtly reading and secretarial mediation in Donne's The Courtier's Library." Renaissance Quarterly, 61.3 (2008) 833-866.
Theresa DiPasquale, Refiguring the Sacred Feminine: The Poems of John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, and John Milton. Duquesne University Press, 2008.
Theresa DiPasquale, "Donne's Epigrams: A Sequential Reading," Modern Philology 104 (2007): 329–378.
Margaret Maurer, "'Poetry and Scandal: John Donne's 'A Hymne to the Saynts and to the Marquesse Hamilton,'" John Donne Journal 26 (2007): 1–33.
Ann Holinshead Hurley, John Donne’s Poetry and Early Modern Visual Culture (Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University Press, 2005).
Anne Lake Prescott, "'Forms of Joy and Art': Donne, David, and the Power of Music," John Donne Journal 25 (2006): 3–36.
Jeanne Shami, John Donne and Conformity in Crisis in the Late Jacobean Pulpit, Studies in Renaissance Literature, Volume 13 (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2003).
M. Thomas Hester, Robert Parker Sorlien, and Dennis Flynn, eds., John Donne's Marriage Letters in The Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, D. C.: The Folger Shakespeare Library, 2005).
Catherine Gimelli Martin, "The Erotology of Donne's 'Extasie' and the Secret History of Voluptuous Rationalism," SEL 44 (2004): 121–147.
John R. Roberts, John Donne: An Annotated Bibliography of Modern Criticism, 1979–1995 (Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press, 2004).
Richard S. Peterson, "New Evidence on Donne's Monument I," John Donne Journal 20 (2001): 1–51.
Jeanne Shami, "Anti-Catholicism in the Sermons of John Donne," in The English Sermon Revised: Religion, Literature and History, 1600-1750, eds. Lori Anne Ferrell and Peter McCullough. Manchester, England: Manchester UP 2000. 136–66.
Robert V. Young, Doctrine and Devotion in Seventeenth-Century Poetry (New York: Boydell & Brewer, 2000). 241 pp.
Dayton Haskin, "No Edition is an Island: The Place of Nineteenth-Century American Editions within the History of Editing Donne's Poems." Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of Textual Studies 14 (2002): 169–207.
Judith Scherer Herz, "Under the Sign of Donne" Criticism 43 (2001): 29–58.
Gregory Kneidel, "John Donne's Via Pauli" Journal of English and Germanic Philology 100 (2001): 224–46.
Theresa M. DiPasquale, Literature & Sacrament: The Sacred and the Secular in John Donne (Pittsburgh: Duquesne Universty Press, 1999). 338 pp.
Lisa Gorton, "John Donne's Use of Space," Early Modern Literary Studies 4 (1998): 14–27.
Kate Gartner Frost, "'Preparing towards her': Contexts of A Nocturnall upon S. Lucies Day" in John Donne's "desire of more": The Subject of Anne Donne More in His Poetry, ed. M. Thomas Hester (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1996), 149–171.
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Coburn Freer, "John Donne and Elizabethan Economic Theory," Criticism 38 (1996): 497–520.
Jeanne Shami, "Donne's 1622 Sermon on the Gunpowder Plot: His Original Presentation Manuscript Discovered," English Manuscript Studies 5 (1995): 63–86.
1996 John Donne Society Special Award: The John Donne Society honored Gary Stringer for his outstanding contribution to Donne studies as the General Editor of The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne.
Donald M. Friedman, "Donne, Herbert, and Vocation," George Herbert Journal 18 (1994–95): 135–58.
Joshua Scodel, "John Donne and the Religious Politics of the Mean," in John Donne's Religious Imagination: Essays in Honor of John T. Shawcross, eds. Raymond-Jean Frontain and Frances Malpezzi (Conway, AR: UCA, 1995), 45–80.
Ted-Larry Pebworth, "'Let Me Here Use That Freedome': Subversive Representation in John Donne's 'Obsequies to the Lord Harington'," JEGP 91 (1992): 17–42.
Ernest W. Sullivan, II, The Influence of John Donne: His Uncollected Seventeenth-Century Printed Verse (Columbia: Missouri UP, 1993). 215 pp.
John Donne Journal: Special Issue: "Interpreting 'Aire and Angels'," ed. Achsah Guibbory. 9:1 (1990) and the contributors: R. V. Young, "Angels in 'Aire and Angels'," 1–14; Stella P. Revard, "The Angelic Messenger in 'Aire and Angels'," 15–17; Phoebe S. Spinrad, "'Aire and Angels' and Questionable Shapes," 19–22; Michael C. Schoenfeldt, "Patriarchal Assumptions and Egalitarian Designs," 23–6; Judith Scherer Herz, "Resisting Mutuality," 27–31; John T. Shawcross, "Donne's 'Aire and Angels': Text and Context," 33–41; John R. Roberts, "'Just such disparitie': The Critical Debate about 'Aire and Angels'," 43–64; Arnold Stein, "Interpretation: 'Aire and Angels'," 65–75; Albert C. Labriola, "'This Dialogue of One': Rational Argument and Affective Discourse in Donne's 'Aire and Angels'," 77–83; Janel Mueller, "The Play of Difference in Donne's 'Aire and Angels'," 85–94; Camille Wells Slights, "Air, Angels, and the Progress of Love," 95–104; Achsah Guibbory, "Donne, the Idea of Woman, and the Experience of Love," 105–112.
Claude J. Summers, "Donne's 1609 Sequence of Grief and Comfort," Studies in Philology 89 (1992): 211–31.
Mary Arshagouni Papazian, "The Latin 'Stationes' in John Donne's Devotions upon Emergent Occasions," MP 89 (1991): 196–210.
M. Thomas Hester, "'This Cannot Be Said': A Preface to the Reader of Donne's Lyrics," Christianity & Literature 39 (1990): 365–85.
Achsah Guibbory, "'Oh, Let Mee Not Serve So': The Politics of Love in Donne's Elegies," ELH 56 (1990): 811–33.
Anthony Low, "Donne and the Reinvention of Love," ELR 20 (1990): 465–86.
Dayton Haskin, "New Historical Contexts for Appraising the Donne Revival from A. B. Grosart to Charles Eliot Norton," ELH 56 (1989): 869–95.