PUBLICATIONS

Note: Links in title are to official DOIs or equivalent, book title links point to official publisher website. If the published article or chapter is behind a paywall, I have linked to author preprint copies (hosted on Humanities Commons) after citation in brackets. Contact me for information about forthcoming/in-press material.

Book

Refereed Publications

Forthcoming:

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

  • "'Is It Thursday Yet?" Narrative Time in Critical Role" in Roleplaying Games in the Digital Age: Essays on Transmedia Storytelling, Tabletop Role-Playing, and Fandom, Eds. Jennifer Grouling & Stephanie Hedge (Studies in Gaming Series, McFarland & Co. 2020) 

  • “Novel Knowledge, or Cleaning Dirty Data: Towards Open-Source Histories of the Novel,” Data Visualization in Enlightenment Literature and Culture. (Palgrave 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)

  • "Ownership, Copyright, Ethics of the Unpublished" in Access, Control, and Dissemination in Digital Humanities (Routledge 2021) 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.

  • “Austen Among the Amateurs” Austen After 200. Eds. Kerry Sinanan, Daniel Cook, and Annika Bautz. (Palgrave 2021)

Pedagogical Writing

Work In Progress​​​​

  • Manuscript Novels 1760-1900 (database)

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

  • "Playing the Eighteenth Century: How CRPGs Remix 18th Century Culture" (with Emily Kugler) [see project here]

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

  • “Using Digital Methods to Introduce Students to Archival Work” (for ABO: Aphra Behn Online)​

  • “The Authorship of Smell” (article)

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

Other Public Writing

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Recent Book Reviews

For The Review of English Studies

  • Review of Havens, Revising the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Authorship from Manuscript to Print (2020)

  • Review of King, Writing to the World: Letters and the Origins of Modern Print Genres (2019)

  • Review of The Cambridge Edition of the Correspondence of Samuel Richardson: Correspondence with Lady Bradshaigh and Lady Echlin (2018)

For The Scriblerian

  • Review of Orr, Novel Ventures (2018)

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