RESEARCH

READING SMELL IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY FICTION

2016

MANUSCRIPT FICTION IN THE AGE OF PRINT

Current

 

PUBLICATIONS

Book


  • Reading Smell in the Eighteenth-Century Novel (Bucknell University Press 2016)

Refereed Publications

  • "Amateur Manuscript Fiction in the Archive: An Introduction." For After Print, Ed. Rachael King. University of Virginia Press 2020.

  • "Becoming Catherine Morland: A Cautionary Tale of Manuscripts in the Archive" Persuasions 39 (2018).

  • “Considering Johnson’s ‘Nose of the Mind’ and Mind’s Nose: Olfaction Deployed and Suppressed in the Age of Johnson.” For Revision and Reappraisal: New Essays on Johnson and His Circle. Anthony Lee, Ed. University of Delaware Press 2018.​

  • Co-Editor (with Devoney Looser) Special Issue of Romantic Circles Pedagogy on Teaching Austen. Co-wrote introduction and includes single-authored essay on “Teaching Austen in the Literary Marketplace” (2014)

  • “‘Bad Smells’ and ‘fragrance’: Reading Mansfield Park Through the Eighteenth-Century Nose.” Persuasions Online, December 2014.

  • "Austen among the fragments: Understanding the Fate of Sanditon" in a special issue of Women's Writing on "Rethinking Influence, 1680-1830" edited by Jennie Batchelor. (Volume 20, Issue 1, January 2013)

  • “Schools Beyond Scandal: Contextualizing The School for Scandal, 1732-1800" for Impresario:  Richard Brinsley Sheridan in Political And Cultural Context, edited by Dan Ennis and Jack DeRochi (Bucknell University Press 2012)

  • “Sir Charles Grandison's Never-Ending Story: Richardson, Closure, and the Rise of the Novel" Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. (Summer 2012)

  • "Wanderer’s End: Understanding Burney’s Approach to Endings." The Burney Journal 10. (2010)

  • “Remarks on Richardson: Sarah Fielding and the Rational Reader," Eighteenth-Century Fiction (Spring 2010, issue 22:3)

  • “‘To such I cannot write’: Fielding’s Instructive Reader Portraits,” in Masters of the Marketplace: British Women Novelists of the 1750s, edited by Susan Carlile. Bethlehem: Lehigh University Press, 2010.


Forthcoming

  • “Am I A Romanticist? My Department Can’t Decide.” Keats-Shelley Journal, "200 Years, 50 Voices" special issue (2020)

  • (With Chase Bringardner and Lindsey Doukoupolos) "Performing Frankenstein in the South: Sex, Race, and Science Across the Disciplines" for Adapting the Eighteenth Century: Pedagogies and Practices Eds. Kirsten Saxton and Sharon Harrow (University of Rochester Press 2020)

  • “Must Anonymous Be a Woman? Gender and Anonymity in the Archives” (Special Issue on “Women in Archives” for Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature Winter/Spring 2021)

  • “Eluding Print: Manuscript Fiction and the Survival of Scribal Practices in the Age of Print” Special issue of Huntington Library Quarterly by the Women in Book History Research Group, Spring 2021.

  • "Ownership, Copyright, Ethics of the Unpublished" in Access, Control. and Dissemination in Digital Humanities (Routledge) 

  • "'Is It Thursday Yet?" Narrative Time in Critical Role" in Essays on Transmedia Storytelling, Tabletop Role-Playing, and Fandom, Eds. Jennifer Grouling & Stephanie Hedge (Studies in Gaming Series, McFarland & Co.) 

Work Under Review

  • “Novel Knowledge, or Cleaning Dirty Data: Towards Open-Source Histories of the Novel,” Data Visualization in Eighteenth-Century Studies. (Essay accepted, collection under review at Routledge)

  • “Austen Among the Amateurs” for Jane Austen: The Novels at 200. Kerry Sinian, Ed. (collection under review)

Work In Progress

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  • Manuscript Novels 1760-1900 (database)

  • A Literary History of Alternative Circulation in the Age of Print (book project)

  • "‘Critical Reception up to 1900." Daniel Defoe in Context, Eds. George Justice and Albert J. Rivero. Cambridge University Press. (Essay Due September 2020)

  • “The Authorship of Smell” (article)

  • “The Strange Afterlife of Austen’s Cancelled Chapters of Persuasion” (article)

Other Public Writing

  • Manuscript Fiction in the Archive,” The Eighteenth-Century Common. June 8, 2016. ​

  • (With Derek Ross) “Back to our roots: Digital humanities and the history of the book.” Auburn Speaks 2015.

  • "Sarah Fielding." Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of British Literature, 1660-1789. (2000-word entry,  submitted)

  • “The history of the novel as glimpsed through Chawton’s manuscripts.”  The Female Spectator. Autumn 2009, Vol 13. No. 4.

 

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