Reading Smell in the Eighteenth-Century Novel (Bucknell University Press 2016)
"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.
“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
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.