Selected Publications & Projects
“Non-Fatal Inquiry: Love in Excess, Print, and the Internet Age,” solicited contribution to Approaches to Teaching Eliza Haywood (Modern Language Association, 2020), ed. by Tiffany Potter.
Literature in Context: An Open Anthology of Literature in English. Grant-funded digital project (NEH Grant Details and White Paper).
“WWABD? Intersectional Futures in Digital History.” ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830. Fall 2017.
“Open Anthologies and the Eighteenth-Century Reader.” The 18th Century Common. Co-authored with John O’Brien. 2016.
“Love in Excess, or, The Fatal Enquiry: A Novel.” The Literary Encyclopedia. 2018.
“Making a New Kind of Modern: On the Arts in the Age of Anne.” Titled essay-review. Eighteenth-Century: Theory and Interpretation. Winter 2017.
“Getting Lost in the Digital Archive.” Review of Eighteenth-Century Drama: Censorship, Society and the Stage, database by Adam Matthews/Cengage. Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Research. Summer 2016.
“Eliza Haywood.” The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2016.
“The Kinski Swerve.” Klaus Kinski, Beast of Cinema. Ed. by Matthew Edwards. McFarland, 2016.
with John O’Brien. “Open Anthologies and the 18th-Century Reader.” The 18th-Century Common: A Public Humanities Website for Enthusiasts of 18th-Century Studies. 27 June 2016.
“’All deformed Shapes’: Figuring the Posture-Master as Popular Performer in Early Eighteenth-Century England.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies. 12.4: 2012.
“Abject, Delude, Create: The Aesthetic Self-Consciousness of Early Eighteenth-Century Farce.” Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Theatre Research. 25.1: 2011.
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“Seeing the Trees in the Forest: Data Visualization, Electronic Texts, and the Survey Course” Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences. Fall 2008.
Tentatively titled: “Isaac Fawkes, Brand Image, and the Modern Entertainment Economy.” Scholarly essay on Isaac Fawkes, first English magician, planned for submission to Eighteenth-Century Life.
Tentatively titled: “Boxing Henrietta,” scholarly essay on narration in Charlotte Lennox’s mid-eighteenth-century novel, Henrietta. Planned for submission to Women’s Writing.
Co-authored article on Literature in Context, under review with Digital Humanities Quarterly.