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Cock, Emily 2019. Proportionate maiming: The origins of Thomas Jefferson's provisions for facial disfigurement in Bill 64. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 29 , pp. 157-151. 10.1017/S0080440119000069

Cock, Emily 2019. Rhinoplasty and the nose in early modern British medicine and culture. Manchester University Press.

Cock, Emily 2019. Wounded: ‘A small Scar will be much discerned’: treating facial wounds in early modern Britain. Science Museum Group Journal 11 (11) 10.15180/191111

Skinner, Patricia and Cock, Emily, eds. 2018. Approaches to facial difference: past and present. Facialities: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Human Face, London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Cock, Emily 2018. In dock, out nettle: health and danger in the Early Modern garden. In: Skinner, Patricia and Herbert McAvoy, Liz eds. The Medieval and Early Modern Garden in Britain: Enclosure and Transformation, 1200-1750, Routledge, p. 70.

Cock, Emily and Skinner, Patricia 2018. (Dis)functional faces: signs of the monstrous. In: Godden, Richard and Mittman, Asa eds. Embodied Difference: Monstrosity, Disability, and the Posthuman in the Medieval and Early Modern World, Palgrave Macmillan,

Cock, Emily 2018. Affecting glory from vices: negotiating shame in prostitution texts, 1660-1750. In: Maddern, Philippa and McEwan, Joanne eds. Performing Emotions in the Medieval and Early Modern World, Brepols,

Cock, Emily and Skinner, Patricia 2018. Introduction: situating the different face. In: Cock, Emily and Skinner, Patricia eds. Approaching Facial Difference: Past and Present, Bloomsbury, pp. 1-8.

Cock, Emily 2017. 'He would by no means risque his Reputation': patient and doctor shame in Daniel Turner's De Morbis Cutaneis (1714) and Syphilis (1717). Medical Humanities 43 (4) , pp. 231-237. 10.1136/medhum-2016-011057

Cock, Emily 2016. The à la mode disease: syphilis and temporality. In: Wetherall-Dickson, Leigh and Ingram, Allan eds. Disease and Death in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture: Fashioning the Unfashionable, Palgrave Macmillan,

Cock, Emily 2015. 'Lead[ing] 'em by the Nose into Publick Shame and Derision': Gaspare Tagliacozzi, Alexander Read and the lost history of plastic surgery, 1600-1800. Social History of Medicine 28 (1) , pp. 1-21. 10.1093/shm/hku070

Cock, Emily 2015. 'Off dropped the sympathetic snout': Shame, sympathy, and plastic surgery at the beginning of the long eighteenth century. In: Lemmings, David and Phiddian, Robert eds. Passions, Sympathy and Print Culture: Public Opinion and Emotional Authenticity in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 145-164.

Cock, Emily 2015. 'Nonsence is rebellion?': John Taylor's Nonsence upon Sence, or Sence, upon Nonsence (1651-1654) and the English Civil War. Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 2

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