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CHO, N.J., 2009. Gender and authority in British women hymn-writers' use of metre, 1760-1900. Literature Compass, 6 (2), pp. 540-548. ISSN 1741-4113

CHO, N.J., 2009. Waiting for Gott: recovering the life and prophetic writings of Dorothy Gott. In: BSECS Annual Conference on Eighteenth-Century Lives, 8 January 2009.

CHO, N.J., 2008. [Dictionary entries]. In: Canterbury dictionary of hymnology. AHRC-, MHRA-, Leverhulme.

CHO, N.J., 2008. 'From India's coral strand': an introduction to Ellen Lakshmi Goreh (1853-1937), a British-Indian woman hymn writer. The Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

CHO, N.J., 2008. ' The Glissades Down are simply delicious': Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)'s mountaineering achievements. In: She does what?! The Unexplored Expertise of Women Conference, University of Worcester, 3 May 2008, Worcester.

CHO, N.J., 2008. Hymn metres old and new: authority and gender in British women's hymn writing, 1780-1850. In: Metre Matters: New Approaches to Prosody, 1780-1914, University of Exeter, 3 - 5 July 2008, Exeter.

CHO, N.J., 2008. Review of 'A bruised reed: the life and times of Anne Steele' (Harpendon: Gospel Standard Trust Publications, 2007), by J. R. Broome. The Congregational History Society Magazine.

CHO, N.J., 2008. Theodosia's circle: Anne Steele (1716-1778) and her coterie of dissenting women writers. In: Women's Literary Networks: 1580 to the Present Day, Institute of English Studies, University of London, 8 March 2008, London.

CHO, N.J., 2007. 'The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended': the consolation of Victorian funeral hymns. In: The Day of Mourning: an Interdisciplinary Symposium, King's College London, 30 November 2007, London.

CHO, N.J., 2007. The female soldier and the naked mountaineer: Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)'s revision of feminine behaviour in her poetical works and life. In: Home, Nation, Empire: Readings of Gender from the Eighteenth Century to the Present Day Conference, University of Manchester, 16 July 2007, Manchester.

CHO, N.J., 2006. 'Just as I am, without one plea': invalidism, identity and Christian consolation in the hymns of Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871). In: International Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference 2006, Durham University, 6 July 2006, Durham.

CHO, N.J. and WATSON, J.R., 2005. Anne Steele's fiancé. British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 28 (1), pp. 117-121.

CHO, N.J., 2005. Dora Greenwell: Victorian prophetess. In: Women's History Network Annual Conference on Women, Faith and Spirituality, University of Glamorgan, 25 June 2005, Glamorgan.

CHO, N.J., 2004. Hymns for infant minds: changes in ideas about childhood and moral education in British women's hymn-writing for children [special session on the hymn in English]. In: MLA Convention, Philadelphia, USA, 27 December 2004, Philadelphia.

CHO, N.J., 2004. Songs in the night by a young woman under heavy afflictions: the liminal spiritual identity of Susanna Harrison (1752-1784). In: Spiritual Identities, University of Lancaster, 6 November 2004, Lancaster.

CHO, N.J., 2004. The myth of Anne Steele (1717-1778): the constructed identity of the first woman hymn writer. In: Identities Postgraduate Conference, Newcastle University, 18 June 2004, Newcastle.

CHO, N.J., Prophylactic, anti-paedophile hymn-writing in colonial India: an introduction to Amy Carmichael (1867-1951) and her missionary writings. .

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