A/Prof Sarah Ross
Victoria University of Wellington, Te Herenga Waka
Sarah C. E. Ross is Professor of English at Te Herenga Waka, Victoria University of Wellington. She is the author of Women, Poetry, and Politics in Seventeenth-Century Britain, and of Editing Early Modern Women (with Paul Salzman), Women Poets of the English Civil War (with Elizabeth Scott-Baumann), Early Modern Women’s Complaint: Gender, Form, and Politics (with Rosalind Smith). Her most recent publication is (as co-editor) of The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Women’s Writing in English, 1540–1700. She is currently working on ARC and Marsden-funded projects on women’s complaint poetry, and on the Emmerson collection at State Library Victoria.
Prof Ross has a long-standing commitment to ANZAMEMS, as conference convenor in Wellington in 2017, and as current New Zealand Vice-President and editor of Parergon with Prof Rosalind Smith. Prof Ross and Prof Smith were elected by the members of ANZAMEMS at the 2021 AGM to the roles on the Committee of Vice-President
(NZ) and Editor respectively, with the full knowledge that they would co-edit the journal Parergon together. This arrangement for the dual editorship of Parergon fulfils conditions set out in the ANZAMEMS constitution.
Prof Sarah Ross was re-elected to the committee as in 2023.