- Ph.D., Purdue University
- B.S., M.S., University of Tennesee
Immediately after her dissertation and early articles on John Donne, Walker got distracted, seriously distracted, by Milton, then absurdly diverted by Spenser, dutifully waylaid by Christine de Pizan, and accidentally fascinated by what happened to Queen Elizabeth's body after she died in 1603. Now Walker is [finally] at work on a Donne book.
Publications and Professional Activities
- The Elizabeth Icon 1603 – 2003. Palgrave/Macmillan UK, 2004.
- Medusa's Mirrors: Spenser, Shakespeare, Milton, and the Metamorphosis of the Female Self.
University of Delaware Press, 1998.
- editor, Dissing Elizabeth: Negative Representations of Gloriana, Duke University Press, 1998.
- editor, Milton and the Idea of Woman, Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1988.
- “The Poetics of Anti-text and the Politics of Milton's Allusions."
SEL: Studies in English Literature 37 (1997) 151-71.
[Milton Society's James Holly Hanford Award for the most distinguished Milton essay of 1997]
- for other publications, see Walker's website