Professor Fisher is currently working on two different book-length projects: the first is a book about sexual practices in early modern English culture (with chapters on kissing, chinchucking, intercrural sex, cunnilingus, the use of dildos, and flogging), and the second is a book about "bisexuality" and notions of sexual orientation.
- Materializing Gender in Early Modern English Literature and Culture, Cambridge University Press (2006). Winner of Best Book Award of 2006 from the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women.
- “’Stray[ing] lower where the pleasant fountains lie’: Cunnilingus in Venus and Adonis and in English Culture, c. 1600-1700," in The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Embodiment: Gender, Sexuality, Race, Edited by Valerie Traub (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016), 333-46.
- “’Wantoning with the Thighs’: The Socialization of Thigh Sex in England c.1600-1730,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, 24:1 (2015): 1-24.
- "The Erotics of Chin Chucking in Seventeenth-Century England," Sex before Sex: Figuring the Act in Early Modern England, eds. James M. Bromley and Will Stockton (University of Minnesota Press, 2013): 141-169.
- "'Had it a codpiece, 'twere a man indeed:' The Codpiece as Constitutive Accessory in Early Modern English Culture," Ornamentalism: The Art of Renaissance Accessories, ed. Bella Mirabella (University of Michigan Press, 2011): 102-129.
- "Peaches and Figs: ‘Bisexual’ Eroticism in Bronzino’s Venus and Cupid Paintings and Burlesque Poetry,” Sex Acts in Early Modern Italy: Practice, Performance, Perversion, Punishment, ed. Allison Levy (Ashgate, 2010): 151-164.
- “Home Alone: The Place of Women’s Homoerotic Desire in Shakespeare's As You Like It,” Feminisms and Early Modern Texts: Essays for Phyllis Rackin, ed. Rebecca Bach and Gwynne A. Kennedy (Susquehanna University Press, 2010): 99-118.
- "The Sexual Politics of Victorian Historiographic Writing about 'the Renaissance,'" GLQ: A Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies, 14:1 (2007): 41-67.
- "The Renaissance Beard: Masculinity in early modern England and Europe," Renaissance Quarterly, 54:1 (2001): 155-87.
- "Handkerchiefs and Early Modern Ideologies of Gender," Shakespeare Studies, 28 (2000): 191-99.
- "Queer Money," English Literary History 66 (1999): 1-23.
- "Gabrielle's New Clothes: Cultural Valuations and Evaluations of Gabrielle d'Estrees et une de ses soeurs," Textual Practice 12:3 (1998): 251-67.