Bishop, Andrew. “Making Sympathy ‘Vicious’ on The Island of Dr. Moreau.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts, vol. 43, 15 Mar 2021.

Burns, Emily C. and Alice M. Rudy Price, editors. Mapping Impressionist Painting in Transnational Contexts, Routledge, 2021.

Coughlin, Maura. “Silver Salts: Realism and Materiality in a French photograph, c. 1900.”  In Eds. Rasmus R. Simonsen and Geoff Bender, Photography’s Materialities: Transatlantic Photographic Practices over the Long Nineteenth Century. Leuven, 2021.

________. “‘Terres Vaines et Vagues:  Ecocriticism and Breton Wastelands in Visual and Literary Representation,” Nottingham French Studies, 60.2. Special issue:  ‘New Dialogues: Breton Literature as World Literature,’ July 2021.

Hennessey, John. “Contextualizing Colonial Connections: Reevaluating Takekoshi Yosaburō’s Japanese Rule in Formosa.” Japan Review, vol. 35, 2021.

________. “Fashioning a Scientific Persona in a Colonial Borderland: The Many Identities of William Smith Clark in 1870s Colonial Hokkaido.” Gender, Embodiment, and the History of the Scholarly Persona: Incarnations and Contestations, edited by Kirsti Niskanen and Michael Barany, Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.

Iepson, Sarah. “The ‘New Woman’ Crosses the Atlantic: The Red Rose Girls and the Glasgow Girls.” Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History: Scotland and America, vol. 25, 2020-2021.

Kelly, Simon. Theodore Rousseau and the Rise of the Modern Art Market: An Avant-Garde Landscape Painter in 19th-Century France, Bloomsbury Academic, May 6, 2021.

Klein, Shana. The Fruits of Empire: Art, Food, and the Politics of Race in the Age of American Expansion, University of California Press, 2020/2021.

Mitchell, Angus and Caoilfhionn Ni Bheacháin. “Scholar-Diplomats, Protodiplomacy and the Communication of History: Alice Stopford Green and Jean Jules Jusserand.” Women’s History Review, 11 Feb. 2021.

Ni Bheacháin, Caoilfhionn “Webs and Networks: Review of Women Art Workers and the Arts and Crafts Movement.” Review of Women Art Workers and the Arts and Crafts Movement by Zoe Thomas.” Dublin Review of Books, April 2021.

Nielsen, Danielle. “Inventing a Space to Speak: Ethos, Agency and United States’ Woman Suffrage Cookbooks (1886‐1916).” Gender & History, April 2021. 

Parkinson, Nicholas. “The Rayonnement of Our Ideals”: French, German, and Nordic Painting in Fin-de-Siècle France.” Mapping Impressionist Painting in Transnational Contexts, edited by Emily C. Burns, and Alice M. Rudy Price, Routledge, 2021.

Petit-Rasselle, Roxane. “Alexandre Dumas: Des barricades à la naissance d’un écrivain engagé.” French Review, vol. 94, no. 4, May 2021.

Samu, Margaret. “The Reception of Karl Briullov’s Last Day of Pompeii at the Salon of 1834.” The Art Bulletin, vol. 103, no. 2, June 2021.


Codell, Julie, editor. Victorian Artists’ Autograph Replicas: Auras, Aesthetics, Patronage and the Art Market, Routledge, 2020.

Coughlin, Maura. “Votive Boats, Ex-votos and Maritime Memory in Atlantic France”  Cultures of Memory in the Nineteenth Century: Consuming Commemoration, edited by Amanda Mushal and Kathy Grenier, Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies, 2020.

Duong, Kevin. The Virtues of Violence: Democracy Against Disintegration in Modern France, Oxford University Press, 2020.

Fayos-Perez, Paula. “Valentín Carderera and the Dissemination of Goya’s Graphic Work in France.” The Burlington Magazine, vol.162, no.1413, December 2020.

Gifford, Daniel. The Last Voyage of the Whaling Bark Progress: New Bedford, Chicago, and the Twilight of an Industry, McFarland, May 2020.

Haklin, Kathryn A. “Obscure Visions: The 1867 Aquarium and Its Literary Legacy.” Paris Universal Expositions, special issue of Dix-Neuf: Journal of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes, edited by Anne O’Neil-Henry, vol. 24, no. 2–3, 2020 .

Henderson, Jarett. “‘The Most Infamous Degradation of the Honour of Civil Government’: The Turton Job and the Sexual Politics of Colonial Rule in 1830s Britain and British North America.” Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, vol. 21, no. 1, Spring 2020.

Hennessey, John. “A Colonial Trans-Pacific Partnership: William Smith Clark, David Pearce Penhallow and Japanese Settler Colonialism in Hokkaido.” Settler Colonial Studies, vol. 10, no. 1, 2020.

Holzer, Kellie. “Most Men are Human”: Race and Grant Allen’s The Type-Writer Girl.” Critical Insights: Feminism, edited by Robert C. Evans, Salem Press, August 2020.

Holzer, Kellie and Lana Dalley. “Victorian Literature in the Age of #MeToo: An Introduction.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, vol. 16 no. 2, Summer 2020.

Joshua, Essaka. Physical Disability in British Romantic Literature, Cambridge University Press, 2020.

Leigh, Allison. Picturing Russia’s Men: Masculinity and Modernity in 19th-Century Painting, Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2020.

Martinez, Michele. “Browning’s #MeToo Critique in ‘Beatrice Signorini’.” Victorian Studies, vol. 62, no. 2, Winter 2020.

Mitchell, Angus and Caoilfhionn Ni Bheacháin. “Some European influences on the anti-war writings of Vernon Lee: E.D. Morel, Francis Delaisi and Marcel Sembat.” The Sybil: Journal of Vernon Lee Studies, 28, August, 2020, https://thesibylblog.com/2020/08/29/some-european-influences-on-the-anti-war-writings-of-vernon-lee-e-d-morel-francis-delaisi-and-marcel-sembat-by-angus-mitchell-caoilfhionn-ni-bheachain/.

Moore, Scott. Teaching the Empire:  Education and State Loyalty in Late Habsburg Austria, Purdue University Press, May 2020.

Ní Bheacháin, Caoilfhionn and Angus  Mitchell. “Alice Stopford Green and Vernon Lee: Salon Culture and Intellectual Exchange.” Journal of Victorian Culture, vol. 25, no. 1, 2020, pp. 77-94.

Oestreich, Kate Faber. “I am not an Angel”: Madness and Addiction in Neo–Victorian Appropriations of Jane Eyre. Neo-Victorian Madness: Rediagnosing Nineteenth-Century Mental Illness in Literature and Other Media. Eds. Sarah E. Maier and Brenda Ayres. Palgrave MacMillan, 2020. 27-48.

Petit-Rasselle, Roxane. “From the Literary Myth to the ‘Lieu de Mémoire’: Alexandre Dumas and French National Identity(ies).” Alexandre Dumas as a French Symbol since 1870: All for One and One for All in a Global France, edited by Eric Martone, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020.

__________. Review of Un Mousquetaire du journalisme: Alexandre Dumas, edited by Sarah Mombert and Corrinne Samimadayar-Perrin. H-France Review, vol. 20, July 2020.

Rochelson, Meri-Jane. “The Call in the Context of Edith Ayrton Zangwill’s Fiction,” In Edith Ayrton Zangwill’s The Call: A New Scholarly Edition. Edited by Stephanie J. Brown. Bloomsbury, 2020.

_______. “The King of Schnorrers: Israel Zangwill’s Radical Romance.” In The Sundry Faces of Nineteenth-Century Anglo-Jewish Literature.  Ed. by Karen Weisman. Romantic Circles Praxis, 2020. Online. 

Turton, Stephen. “The Confessional Sciences: Scientific Lexicography and Sexology in the Oxford English Dictionary.” Language & History, vol. 63, no. 3, 2020.


Acevedo Rivera, Jeannette. “Of Frivolous Female Collectors and Manipulative Male Contributors: The Depiction of the Nineteenth-Century Album in Essays on Social Customs.” Nineteenth Century Studies, vol. 29, 2019.

__________. “Entre botas, manteletas y vestidos: Los objetos de moda como significantes de la clase social en la novela Tormento, de Benito Pérez Galdós.” Decimonónica, vol. 16, no. 2, 2019. 

Biovona, Daniel. “Orientalism and Victorian Fiction.” Orientalism in Literature: Critical Concepts. Ed. Geoffrey Nash. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2019): 101-116.

_______. “The Emergence of Emergence: G.H. Lewes, Middlemarch, and Social Order.” Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction 50.1 (Spring 2019): 66-80. 

Codell, Julie. “William Morris and the Intersecting Histories of Design and Art.” Teaching William Morris, edited by Elizabeth Miller and Jason Martinek, Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2019.

________. “Orientalism in Art.” A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Art, edited by M. Facos,  Wiley-Blackwell, 2019.

Cook, Susan. E. Victorian Negatives: Literary Culture and the Dark Side of Photography in the Nineteenth Century. Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century Series. Albany SUNY Press, 2019.  

Coughlin, Maura and Emily Gephart, eds. Ecocriticism and Anthropocene in Nineteenth Century Art and Visual CultureUnited Kingdom: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019. 

Coughlin, Maura. “La Paludière de Billiers,” “Le Garçon de Ploubazlanec,” “Sardinerie, Une Ouvrière au Travail,” Charles et Paul Géniaux: la photographie, un destin, ed. Laurence Prod’Homme. France, Châteaulin: Locus Solus, 2019, 80-85. 

________. Coughlin, Maura. “Elodie La Villette’s Ecocritical Painting.” Ecoregions, special issue of Dix-Neuf: Journal of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes, edited by Daniel Finch-Raice and Valentina Gosetti, vol.23 no. 4, November 2019.

Demson, Michael and Regina Hewitt, eds. Commemorating Peterloo: Violence, Resilience and Claim-Making During the Romantic Era. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019.

DiGirolamo, Vincent, Crying the News: A History of America’s Newsboys (Oxford University Press, 2019).

________. “Elodie La Villette’s Ecocritical PaintingDix-Neuf: Journal of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes 23.4 (November 2019). Spec. Issue: “Ecoregions.” Eds. Daniel Finch-Raice and Valentina Gosetti.

Fayos-Perez, Paula.”Delacroix after Goya’s Caprichos: A New Sheet of Drawings.” The Burlington Magazine, vol.161, no.1395, June 2019. 

Hennessey, John. “Assimilation, Association and French Advice to Japan on How to Rule Taiwan.” French Colonial History, vol. 18, 2019.

Lee, Amanda. Péris and Devadasis in Paris: Orientalist Ballet as Poetic Translation.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Journal 14.2(2019): 117-140. 

Leigh, Allison. “Vasilii Maksimov: Individuality and Collectivism in Krestonostsev’s Artel of Artists.” Russian History, vol. 46, no. 4, December 2019.

________. “Il’ia Repin in Paris: Mediating French Modernism.” Slavic Review, vol. 78, no. 2, Summer 2019.

________. “Men’s Time: Pavel Fedotov and the Pressures of Mid-Nineteenth-Century Masculinity.” Slavic and East European Journal, vol. 63, no. 1, Spring 2019.

________. “Blood, Skin, and Paint: Karl Briullov in 1832.” New Narratives of Russian and East European Art: Between Traditions and Revolutions, edited by Galina Mardilovich and Maria Taroutina, Routledge, 2019.

McCormick, Lizzie Harris, Jennifer Mitchell, and Rebecca Soares, eds. The Female Fantastic: Gendering the Supernatural in the 1890s and 1920sUnited Kingdom: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019. 

Nettleton, Claire. The Artist as Animal in Nineteenth-Century French LiteratureNew York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

Oliver, Susan.  “Walter Scott and Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso.” Ariosto, the Orlando Furioso and English Culture, edited by J. E. Everson, A. Hiscock and S. Jossa, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, pp. 186-209.

Petit-Rasselle, Roxane. “Pas si méchants: les bourreaux d’Alexandre Dumas père.” Perspectives on Violence, Human Cruelty, and Messy Morality, special issue of Lincoln Humanities Journal, December 2019.

__________. “Peeters, Guy. Gaspard de Cherville, l’autre ‘nègre‘ d’Alexandre Dumas.” Nineteenth–Century French Studies Journal, Spring-Summer 2019.

Saul, Ann. Abstract Pissarro: Planting the Seeds of Abstract Art. Philadelphia, PA: Art Book Annex, 2019.

Schmidt, Arnold, ed.  British Nautical Melodramas, 1820-1850. Three Volumes.  London: Routledge/Pickering & Chatto, 2019.

Scott, Hannah. “Music, Jigs, and Strippers: English Low-Brow Music in French Nineteenth-Century Travel Writing.” Forum for Modern Language Studies, vol. 55, no. 4, 2019.

Stott, Annette. “A Material Response to Spiritual Crisis: Alexander Ross’s Anglo-Israelist Monument of 1898-99.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion. vol. 87 no. 1 (March 2019): 225-259.

_______. “Personhood and Agency: A Theoretical Approach to Gravemarkers in Mainstream American Cemeteries,” Markers XXXV (2019): 46-81. 


Camden, Jennifer and Kate Faber Oestreich. Transmedia Storytelling: Pemberley Digital’s Adaptations of Jane Austen and Mary Shelley. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.

Cook, Susan and Liz Henley. “Lessons from Designing a Co-Taught Interdisciplinary Course.” Impact: The Journal of the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning 7.1 (Winter 2018).  

Cook, Susan. “Teaching Victorian Literature Through Cartography.” Teaching Space, Place, and Literature. Ed. Robert Tally. New York: Routledge, 2018. 69-76.

Hubbell, Drew. Byron’s Nature:A Romantic Vision of Cultural Ecology.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

Lerner, Jillian. Graphic Culture: Illustration and Artistic Enterprise in Paris, 1830-1848. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2018.

McPhillips, Robin R., Jonathan Sturges—Merchant of Old New York. South Carolina: Gems of History Publishing, 2018.

Moriuchi, Mey-Yen. Mexican Costumbrismo: Race, Society, and Identity in Nineteenth-Century Art. University Park: Penn State University Press, 2018.

Murphy, Jillmarie.  Attachment, Place, and Otherness in Nineteenth Century American Literature: New Materialist Representations. New York: Routledge, 2018.

_______. “Analeptic Sublime: Recuperative Forces in Joel Tyler Headley’s Adirondack; or Life in the Woods,” in The Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies 22 (The Adirondack Research Consortium, 2018).

Oestreich, Kate Faber. “Time to Go Beyond the Pale: Productively Resistant (Re)engagements with the Long Nineteenth-Century and Neo-Victorian Texts and Images.” Nineteenth Century Studies 30 (2017-18): 133-139.

Reitz, Christina L. Jennifer Higdon: Composing in Color. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland Press, 2018.

________. “Civil War, Civil Words: An Exploration of Higdon’s Song Cycle.” International Alliance for Women in Music.  Vol 24. no. 1 pgs 2-7, 2018.

Rochelson, Meri-Jane, ed. The Melting-Pot, by Israel Zangwill. A Broadview Edition. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press, 2018.

Rochelson, Meri-Jane. Eli’s Story: A Twentieth-Century Jewish Life. Wayne State University Press, 2018.

Samaddar, Ramit. “Charles Reade.” Companion to Victorian Popular Fiction. Ed. Kevin A. Morrison. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2018, p. 197. 

Schmidt, Arnold.  “The Politics of the Unities: Tragedy and the Risorgimento in Byron and Manzoni.”  Byron in Italy.  Manchester University Press, 2018.  pp. 130-148.

Sholes, Jacquelyn E. C. Allusion as Narrative Premise in Brahms’s Instrumental MusicMusical Meaning and Interpretation Series, ed. Robert Hatten. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2018. 

_______. “Gustav Jenner and the Music of Brahms: The Case of the Orchestral Serenades.” Nineteenth-Century Music Review 15/2 (August 2018): 237-72. 

Worley, Sharon. The Legacy of Empire: Napoleon I and III and the Anglo-Italian Circle during the Risorgimento. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2018.


Allison, Sarah.“Narrative Form and Facts, Facts, Facts: Elizabeth Gaskell’s The Life of Charlotte Brontë.” Narrative Against Data, special issue of Genre, vol. 50, no. 1, 2017, pp. 97-116.

Arbuckle, Alyssa, Nina Belojevic, Tracey El Hajj, Randa El Khatib, Lindsey Seatter, and Raymond G. Siemens, with Alex Christie, Matthew Hiebert, Jon Saklofske, Jentery Sayers, Derek Siemens, Shaun Wong, and the INKE and ETCL Research Groups. “An Annotated Bibliography on Social Knowledge Creation.” Social Knowledge Creation in the Humanities. Eds. Alyssa Arbuckle, Aaron Mauro, and Daniel Powell. Arizona: Iter Academic Press and Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2017. 29-264. Print/Web.

Cook, Susan. “Sun and Shadow: Solarization and Little Dorrit.” Nineteenth Century Studies 27 (2013 [published 2017]): 71-87.

Coughlin, Maura.  “Van Gogh and Nature.”Nineteenth Century Studies, vol. 26, 2012. [published 2017].

Greer, Joan E., “’To everything there is a season’: the rhythms of the year in Vincent van Gogh’s socio-religious world view,” Van Gogh and the Seasons, ed. Sjraar van Heugten, exhibition catalogue, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2017. 

Jones, Anna Maria and Rebecca N. Mitchell, eds. Drawing on the Victorians: The Palimpsest of Victorian and Neo-Victorian Graphic Texts. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 2017.

Jones, Anna Maria. “Inductive Science, Literary Theory, and the Occult in Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s ‘Suggestive’ System.” Strange Science: Investigating the Limits of Knowledge in the Victorian Age. Ed. Lara Karpenko and Shalyn Claggett. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 2017. 215–30.

Levy, Michelle, Ashley Morford, and Lindsey Seatter. “Digital Projects in the Romanticism Classroom: A Practical Guide to Student Use of WordPress.” Romantic Circles Pedagogy Commons – Romanticism and Technology (2017): 25 pages, with appendix (10 pages). Web

Malton, Sara. “‘The Visions of Romance Were Over’: Recollections of a Golden Past in Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey. Romance Writing in English Literature, ed. Goran Stanivukovic. McGill-Queen’s UP, 2017. 317-37.

Murphy, Jillmarie. “The Politics of Place Attachment and the Laboring Body in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles,” in Victorian Ecocriticism: The Politics of Place and Early Environmental Justice, edited by Dewey W. Hall (London: Lexington, 2017), 69-90.

Nelson, Heather. “‘Nothing That She Could Allege Against Him in Judicious or Judicial Ears’: ‘Consensual’ Marital Abuse in Victorian Literature.” George Eliot-George Henry Lewes Studies, vol. 69, no. 1, 2017, pp. 89-119.

Pike, Judith E. and Lucy Morrison. Charlotte Brontë from the Beginnings: New Essays from Juvenilia to the Major Works. New York, New York: Routlegde, 2017.

Rilett, Beverley Park. “The Role of George Henry Lewes in George Eliot’s Career: A Reconsideration.” George Eliot-George Henry Lewes Studies, Vol 69, No 1 (2017), 2-34.

Samu, Margaret. “Modelos en academias de bellas artes y en estudios privados/Натурщики в академиях художеств и в частных студиях.” In La Tradición académicaАкадемическая традиция (exh. cat.) Madrid: Real Academia de Belles Artes de San Fernando; St. Petersburg: Academy of Arts, 2017. 54-65. In Spanish and Russian.

Schmidt, Arnold.  “Tropical Modernism in Joseph Conrad’s Sea Tales.”  Tracking the Literature of Tropical Weather: Typhoons, Hurricanes, and Cyclones.  Ann Collett, et al, eds.  Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.  67-87.

Siemens, Ray, Alyssa Arbuckle, Lindsey Seatter, Randa El Khatib, and Tracey El Hajj, with the ETCL Research Group. “The Value of Plurality in ‘The Network with A Thousand Entrances’.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 11.2 (2017): 153-173, with supplemental annotated bibliography (63 pages). Web.

Smith, Elise L. “Cruelty and Compassion in the Early Nineteenth Century: Garden Pests and the Inculcation of Virtue,” Nineteenth Century Studies, vol. 26, 2012, pp. 101-114. [published 2017]

Stott, Annette. “Marcia Oakes Woodbury and Religious Identity in Moeder en Dochter: Het Geheele Leven.” Archives of American Art Journal, vol. 56, no. 1, 2017, pp. 24–41., doi:10.1086/692634

_______. “The Thiele Family Monument: Vision of a Heavenly Future.” Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art. 3.1 (Summer 2017) http://journalpanorama.org/the-thiele-family-monument-vision-of-a-heavenly-future/

White, Laura.  The Alice Books and the Contested Ground of the Natural World.  Routledge, 2017. 


Allison, Sarah. “Other People’s Data: Humanities Edition.”  Journal of Cultural Analytics, 8 Dec. 2016.

Bivona, Daniel. “The Comparative Advantages of Survival:  Darwin’s Origin and the Economy of Nature.”  Culture and Money in the Nineteenth Century:  Abstracting Economics.  Eds. Daniel Bivona and Marlene Tromp.  Athens, OH:  Ohio University Press, 2016:  73-96.

__________. Culture and Money in the Nineteenth Century:  Abstracting Economics.  Eds. Daniel Bivona and Marlene Tromp.  Athens, OH:  Ohio UP, 2016.

Burkett, Andrew.  Romantic Mediations:  Media Theory and British Romanticism.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 2016.  Print.

 ___________. Multi-Media Romanticisms.  Ed. James Brooke-Smith and Andrew Burkett.  November, 2016.  Romantic Circles Praxis Series.  Gen. Ed. Orrin N. C. Wang.     

___________. William Blake and Pedagogy.  Ed. Andrew Burkett and Roger Whitson.  July, 2016.  Romantic Circles:  Romantic Pedagogy Commons.  Gen. Ed. Kate Singer.  

Coughlin, Maura.  “Biotopes and Ecotones: Slippery images on the edge of the French Atlantic” Landscapes: the Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language, 7 (1). Special issue on Ecotones as Contact Zones: Reading Landscape Intersections, Summer 2015/16.

Ezekiel, Anna C., ed. and trans. Poetic Fragments, by Karoline von Günderrode. SUNY Series in Continental Philosophy. SUNY Press, 2016. Print. 

Gabriele, Alberto. The Emergence of Pre-cinema: Print Culture and the Optical Toy of the Literary Imagination (New York and London: Palgrave/ Macmillan 2016).

Gabriele, Alberto. “A Corporama of Historical Facts’: Balzac’s Comédie Humaine and the Precinematic Imagination” Modern Language Notes, French edition, 131 (2016): 1061-1079.

Gabriele, Alberto. (ed). Sensationalism and the Genealogy of Modernity: a Global Nineteenth Century Perspective (New York and London: Palgrave/Macmillan: 2016)

Hubbell, J. Andrew. “’It Cannot Be a Sin to Seek / To Save an Earth-Born Being’: Radical Ecotheology in Byron’s Heaven and Earth” in Romantic Ecocriticism: Origins and Legacies, ed. Dewey Hall (Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowan Littlefield), 2016.

​Murphy, Jillmarie. “’The Humming Bird, or Herald of Taste‘ (1798): Periodical Culture and Female Editorship in the Early American Republic,” American Periodicals 26.1 (Spring 2016): 20-45.

Oestreich, Kate Faber. “Orlando about the year 1840”: Woolf’s Rebellion against Victorian Sexual Repression through Image and Text.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies: 12.1 (Spring 2016). Web.

Rilett, Beverley Park. “George Henry Lewes, the Real Man of Science behind George Eliot’s Fictional Pedants.” George Eliot – George Henry Lewes Studies, Vol. 68, No. 1 (2016), 4-24.

Roth, Christine. “The Zoocentric Ecology of Thomas Hardy’s Poetry.” In Victorian Writers and the Environment. Larry Mazzeno and Ronald Morrison, Eds. New York: Routledge, 2016. 79-96.

________.  “The Narrative Promise: Redesigning History in La Gazette du Vieux Paris.” CEA Critic. 78.1 (2016).  116-128.

Ryan, Robert M. Charles Darwin and the Church of Wordsworth.  Oxford University Press, 2016. 

Samu, Margaret. “Peter the Great’s Roman Venus: Problems of Research and Interpretation.” Petrine Monuments of Russia and Europe: Research, Preservation, Cultural Tourism [Петровские памятники России и Европы: Изучение, сохрание, культурный туризм],  edited byA.V. Kobak. St. Petersburg, Evropeiskii Dom, 2016, pp. 624-634 (in Russian).

Singletary, Suzanne. James McNeill Whistler and France: A Dialogue in Paint, Poetry, and Music. London: Routledge, 2016.

Stern, Kimberly J. The Social Life of Criticism: Gender, Critical Writing, and the Politics of Belonging. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2016.

Worley, Sharon. Love Letters and the Romantic Novel during the Napoleonic Wars. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2016.

Zatlin, Linda Gertner. Aubrey Beardsley: A Catalogue Raisonné. 2 vols. London: Yale University Press, 2016. Print.


Armstrong, Mary A. “Next Week!!—: Desire, Domestic Melodrama, and the Extravagant Proliferations of East Lynne.” Victorian Literature and Culture 43.4 (2015): 745-764.

Armstrong, Mary A. “Some Thing(s) About Italy: Dickensian Objects, Interiors and Pleasures” Dickens Quarterly 32.2 (2015): 139-152.

Bivona, Dan.  “The Forms of Travel and Self-Transformation:  Exploration, Tourism, and Disease in Nineteenth Century Travel.”  Nineteenth Century Prose 42.2 (Fall 2015)

____________. “Science writers, male.” The Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Felluga, Dino Franco, Pamela K. Gilbert and Linda K. Hughes (eds). Blackwell Publishing, 2015. Blackwell Reference Online. 22 September 2015.

Cook, Susan and Liz Henley. “Reading Communities in the Dickens Classroom.” Pedagogy 15.2 (April 2015): 331-51.

Grenier, Katherine Haldane. “’Public Acts of Faith and Devotion’: Pilgrimages in late 19th century England and Scotland.”  Perplext in Faith. Essays on Victorian Beliefs and Doubts. Ed. Alissa Clapp-Itnrye and Julie Melnyk. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015.

Jones, Anna Maria. “‘Palimpsestuous’ Attachments: Framing a Manga Theory of the Global Neo-Victorian.” Neo-Victorianism and Globalisation: Transnational Dissemination of Nineteenth-Century Cultural Texts. Ed. Antonija Primorac and Monika Pietrzak-Franger. Spec. issue of Neo-Victorian Studies 8.1 (2015): 17–47.

Jones, Anna Maria. “On the Publication of Dark Blue, 1871–73.” BRANCH: Britain, Representation, and Nineteenth-Century History. Ed. Dino Franco Felluga. Extension of Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net. Web. (2015) 

Miller, Bonnie.  “The Evolution of a Fast Food Phenomenon: The Case of American Pizza.” Routledge History of Food. Ed. Carol Helstosky. (London: Routledge, 2015). 249-269.

 Samu, Margaret. “Exhibiting Westernization: Aleksei Venetsianov’s Nudes and the Russian Art Market 1820-1850.” Nineteenth-Century Studies, Forum “Centering the Margins of Nineteenth-Century Art,” edited by Betsy Boone and Joan Greer, vol. 25, 2015, pp. 131-147.

Stern, Kimberly J., ed. Oscar Wilde’s Salome. Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2015.


Cook, Susan. “Nostromo’s Uncanny Light.” Conradiana 44.2-3 (Fall/Winter 2012 [published Fall 2014]): 127-44.

Cook, Susan. “Mapping Hardy and Brontë,” in Literary Cartographies: Spatiality, Narrative, and the Prospects of World Literature.Ed. Robert Tally.  New York: Palgrave, 2014. 61-73.

Coughlin, Maura. “Death at Sea: Symbolism and Charles’s Cottet’s Subjective Realism” in  Decadence, Degeneration and the End: Studies in the European Fin de Siècle, ed. Eds. Marja Härmänmaa and Christopher Nissen; Palgrave,  2014 (203-223).

Hewitt, Regina. “Maria Edgeworth’s Harrington as a Utopian Novel” Studies in the Novel 46.3 (Fall 2014): 293-314.

Hubbell, J. Andrew, (2014) “`Our Mix’d Essence’: Manfred’s Ecological Turn,” The Byron Journal, 42 (1): 5-20. 

Murphy, Jillmarie. “Maternal Fathers; or, the Power of Sympathy: Phillis Wheatley’s Poem to and Correspondence with ‘His Excellency General Washington,’” Literature in the Early American Republic [LEAR] 6 (2014): 37-62.

Murphy, Jillmarie. “Chains of Emancipation: Place Attachment and the Great Northern Migration in Paul Laurence Dunbar’s Sport of the Gods,” Studies in American Naturalism 8.2 (Winter 2014): 150-170.

Murphy, Jillmarie. “A National Icon,” in Emerson in Context, ed. by Wesley T. Mott, Cambridge University Press, 2014: 283-291.

Rilett, Beverley Park. “Victorian Sexual Politics and the Unsettling Case of George Eliot’s Response to Walt Whitman.” Walt Whitman Quarterly Review Vol 31 (2014), 69-97.

Samu, Margaret. “ ‘Serving Art’: The Artist’s Model in the 19th-century Russian Art World,”  Art History [Искусствознание] vols. 3-4, Autumn 2014, pp. 434-447 (in Russian).

__________. “Making a Case for Realism: The Female Nude in Russian Satirical Images of the 1860s,” in From Realism to the Silver Age: New Studies in Russian Artistic Culture, edited by Rosalind Blakesley and Margaret Samu. Studies of the Harriman Institute. DeKalb, IL, Northern Illinois University Press, 2014. pp. 44-58.

Smentek, Kristel. Mariette and the Science of the Connoisseur in Eighteenth-Century Europe. Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014.

Smith, Elise L. “Dora Carrington’s ‘Phantom’ Geography and the ‘Crisis’ of her Landscapes,” Disciples of Flora: Gardens in History and Culture, edited by Victoria Pagan, Judith Page, and Brigitte Weltman-Aron, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015, pp. 32-50.


Bubb, Alexander. “The Provincial Cosmopolitan: Kipling, India and Globalization.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 49.4 (2013): 391-404.

Bubb, Alexander. “Legacy of an Experimental Generation: Three Iconic Indian Travellers in 1890s London.” India in Britain: South Asian Networks and Connections, 1858-1950. Ed. Susheila Nasta. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 46-63.

Cook, Susan. “Home Baked: Dickens’s English Muffins and Corporate Characters.” Australasian Journal of Victorian
 18.2 (2013): 17-31.

Cook, Susan (Ed). “Literature and Photography,” special issue of LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory 24.2 (Summer 2013). 

Coughlin, Maura. “Spectacle, Maintenance and Materiality: Women and Death in Modern Brittany.” in Women and the Material Culture of Death. Ed. Maureen Daly Goggin and Beth Fowkes Tobin. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2013.

Coughlin, Maura. “Sites of Absence and Presence: Tourism and the Morbid Material Culture of Death in Brittany,” in Death Tourism: Disaster Sites as Recreational Landscape. Ed. Brigitte Sion. London: Seagull Books-Enactments, 2013.

Coughlin, Maura. “Place Myths of the Breton Landscape.” Essay in exhibition catalog Representing France: Paintings and Photographs, 1839-1875. Ed. April Watson and Simon Kelly. Kansas City: St. Louis Museum of Art and the Nelson-Atkins Museum, 2013.

Dolan, Therese. Manet, Wagner and the Musical Culture of Their Time. New York, New York: Ashgate Publishing, 2013.

Gabriele, Alberto. “Traces and Origins, Signs and Meanings: Analogy and the Thaumatrope in Melville’s Pierre, or, the Ambiguities” Leviathan, a Journal of Melville Studies  15 (2013) 1: 46-62.

Jones, Anna Maria. “The Victorian Childhood of Manga: Toward a Queer Theory of the Child in Toboso Yana’s Kuroshitsuji.” Criticism 55.1 (2013): 1–41.

Krtolica, Marija. “The Body and its Representations: Uncanny Embodiments of Modernity.” The International Journal of Arts Theory and History.Vol. 7. No.1, 2013: pp. 31- 42.

Malton, Sara. “Recountings: On Dickens’ Financial Memory.” English Studies in Canada (Winter 2013).

Miller, Bonnie.  “‘Remember the Alamo’ to ‘Remember the Maine’: The Visual Ideologies of the Mexican and Spanish-American Wars.” The Martial Imagination: Cultural Aspects of American Warfare. Ed. Jimmy L. Bryan, Jr. College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 2013. 123-146.  

Oestreich, Kate Faber. “Sue’s Desires: Sexuality and Reform Fashion in Jude the Obscure.” Victorians Institute Journal 41 (2013): 128-154.

Strazdes, Diana. “John Trumbull’s Nude Venus: Life Drawings and Its Intentions.” Master Drawings 51.1 (January-March 2013): 49-62.

Tromp, Marlene, Maria K. Bachman, and Heidi Kaufman, ed. and Introduction. Fear and Loathing: Victorian Xenophobia. Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 2012.


Brown, Stephen. Edouard Vuillard: A Painter and His Muses, 1890-1940. New York: Jewish Museum and Yale University Press, 2012.

Burton, Deborah. Recondite Harmony: Essays on Puccini’s Operas. New York: Pendragon, 2012.

Codell, Julie, ed., Transculturation in British Art, 1770–1930. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2012.

Codell, Julie, ed. Power and Resistance: The Delhi Coronation Durbars. Ahmedabad: Mapin, 2012.

Coughlin, Maura. “Celtic Cultural Politics: Monuments and Mortality in Nineteenth-century Brittany.” In Mysticism, Myth, and Celtic Identity. Ed. Shelley Trower. London: Routledge, 2012.

Coughlin, Maura. “Representing Heritage and Loss on the Brittany Coast: Sites, Things and Absence.” International Journal of Heritage Studies. (2012): 1-16.

Coughlin, Maura. “Tourist wider Willen: Cézanne in den Alpen.” (The Accidental Tourist: Cézanne in the Alps) Trans. Clemens Krümmel. In Hochschule Luzern – in Die Kultur des Tourismus – Einleitung. Ed. Peter Spillmann. Design&Kunst 2. Lucerne: Destination Kultur, 2012.

Cusack, Tricia, ed. Art and Identity at the Water’s Edge. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012.

Ennis, Daniel J. and Kate Faber Oestreich. “Gothic Remediation: The Castle of Otranto and The Monk.” The College English Association Critic 74.1 (2011): 20-42.

Greer, Joan E. “Johan Thorn Prikker’s Mural for De Zeemeeuw: Community Art, Mysticism, and the Socio-Religious Role of the Dutch Artist/Designer.” Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide: a journal of nineteenth-century visual culture  11.1 (2012).

Grenier, Katherine Haldane. “’Missions of Benevolence’: Tourism and Charity on Nineteenth-Century Iona.” Travel Writing and Tourism in Britain and Ireland. Ed. Benjamin Colbert. Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan, 2012. 114-31.

Heiser, Christiane. “Mit der Schlagkraft einer Formel: Johan Thorn Prikkers Christus-Bilder zwischen Anarchismus und Reformkatholizismus.” Christus: Zur Wiederentdeckung des Sakralen in der Moderne. Ed. Anne-Marie Bonnet. Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf University Press, 2012. 271- 300.

Heiser, Christiane. “Johan Thorn Prikker, Josef Albers und die Klasse für Monumentalmalerei 1913-1917.” Lehre und Lehrer an der Folkwangschule für Gestaltung in Essen. Von den Anfängen bis 1972. Publikation zum 100jährigen Jubiläum der Folkwangschule Essen. Ed. Gerda Breuer. Tübingen: Wasmuth, 2012. 66-75.

Hewitt, Regina, ed. John Galt: Observations and Conjectures on Literature, History, and Society. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 2012.

Kim, Jane E. “My Brother’s Keeper: The Striving of Siblings in Joanna Baillie’s De Monfort.” European Romantic Review 23.6 (December 2012): 707-26.

Kim, Jane E. “Jobian Suffering in Shelley’s The Cenci.” Studies in English Literature 52.4 (Autumn 2012): 535-66.

Kreisel, Deanna K. Economic Woman: Demand, Gender, and Narrative Closure in Eliot and Hardy. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2012.

Reitz, Christina. “Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler: Concert Pianist Battling Gender Lines in the Early 20th Century.” International Journal of Arts and Commerce 1.1 (June 2012): 138-55.

Reitz, Christina. “Defining the Indefinable: The Leschetizky Method in Vienna and Chicago.” American Music Teacher (Oct/Nov 2012): 26-29.

Reno, Seth. “Wordsworthian Love.” European Romantic Review 23.2 (2012): 177-201.

Samu, Margaret. “The Nude in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Russian Sculpture.” Experiment/Эксперимент 15 (2012): 33-60.

Tromp, Marlene. “Eating, Feeding, and Flesh: Food in Victorian Spiritualism.” Ashgate Research Companion on Victorian Spiritualism and the Occult. Ed. Sarah Wilburn and Tatiana Kontou. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012.


Bivona, Dan.  “Richard F. Burton, Polygamy, and the Worlding of the American West.” Victorian World Literatures: A Special Issue of Yearbook of English Studies. Ed. Pablo Mukherjee 41.2 (2011):  73-93.

Codell, Julie. “The Art Press and the Art Market: The Artist as ‘Economic Man.’” The Rise of the Modern Art Market in London, 1850–1939. Ed. A. Helmreich and P. Fletcher. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011. 128-50.

Codell, Julie. “The Art Press and Its Parodies: Unraveling Networks in Swinburne’s 1868 Academy Notes.” Victorian Periodicals Review 44/2 (Summer 2011): 165-83.

Heiser, Christiane, and Mienke Simon Thomas, eds. Johan Thorn Prikker. Mit allen Regel der Kunst: Vom Jugendstil zur Abstraktion. Düsseldorf: Museum Kunstpalast, 2011.

Hubbell, J. Andrew, (2011) “The Chameleon Penman: A Review of John Keats: A Poet and His Manuscripts, Modern Language Studies, 40 (1): 84-7. 

Miller, Bonnie.  From Liberation to Conquest: The Visual and Popular Cultures of the Spanish-American War of 1898. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2011. Print.

Rochelson, Meri-Jane.  “Masters and Messiahs:  Religion, Sex, and Home in Two Works by Israel Zangwill.”  Victorian Review 37.2 (Fall 2011): 121-35.

Roth, Christine.   “Green Victorianism” Nineteenth Century Studies 23 (2011). 95-100. 

Scheuerle, William. George Baxter: The First Color Printing from Metal Plates and Wood Blocks: Portraying Victorian Values of England’s Rising Middle Class. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2011.


Coughlin, Maura. “Narratives, Images and Objects of Piety and Loss in Brittany.” Material Culture Review 71 (2010): 54-66.

Coughlin, Maura. “The Spectacle of Piety on the Brittany Coast.” Event Management 14.4 (2010): 287-300.

Cusack, Tricia. Riverscapes and National Identities. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2010.

Greer, Joan E. “Demolishing the Old Social Order: Anarchy, Community Art and the Revolutionary Artist-Worker.” Johan Thorn Prikker. De Jugendstil voorbij. Rotterdam: Boijmans van Beuningen and Dusseldorf: Kunstpalast, 2010. 54-63.

Greer, Joan E. “Labour, Nature and the Decorative in Late Nineteenth-Century Print Culture: Representations of the Socially Engaged Artist in Dutch and Belgian Art Periodicals.”  Imagination and Commitment. Changing perceptions of the social question. Leuven: Peeters, 2010. 83-100.

Greer, Joan E. “Vincent van Gogh and the Modern Landscape in France: Urban Edges, the Industrial Suburb and Rural Labour.” Vincent van Gogh: Timeless Country – Modern City, Rome: Complesso del Vittoriano, 2010. 54-71, 246-250, 252, 266, 267.

Heiser, Christiane. “Der Deutsche Werkbund auf der Weltbühne oder wie Deutschland 1913 doch noch an der Weltausstellung teilnahm: Das deutsche Haus und die deutsche Abteilung für Raumkunst und Kunstgewerbe in Gent.” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 92 (2010): 364-98.

Malton, Sara. “‘He told me what he would not tell’: Confessional Poetics and the Nineteenth-Century Dramatic Monologue.” Journal of Browning Studies 1 (Feb 2010): 22-36.

Hubbell, J. Andrew, (2010) “`It Was an Ancient Mariner’: Sir Ernest Shackleton Rewrites the Romantic Quest,” Modern Language Quarterly, 71 (3): 271-295.

Hubbell, J. Andrew, (2010) “A Question of Nature: Byron and Wordsworth,” The Wordsworth Circle, 41 (1): 14-18.

Hubbell, J. Andrew, (2010) “Byron’s Cultural Ecology,” European Romantic Review, 21 (2): 182-203.

Scheuerle, William. Henry Kingsley Revisited: Studies of a Popular Nineteenth-Century Popular Novelist. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.

Schmidt, Arnold.  Byron and the Rhetoric of Italian Nationalism: New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

Strazdes, Diana. “Recasting History: Word and Image in Augustus Saint-Gaudens’s Standing Lincoln Monument.” Word + Image 26.2 (April-June 2010): 128-41.