CV

Last updated June 2014

 

POSITION

Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Georgia. 2008-.

Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Georgia. 2000-8.

EDUCATION

Ph.D., English, Stanford University, 2000.

B.A., English, Rice University, 1992. Summa cum laude.

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

Primary fields: Victorian literature and culture; the novel; the histories of information technology, communication, and media

Other interests: literary and media theory; literature and science; British literature of the Romantic era; contemporary British fiction

PUBLICATIONS

Book

Telegraphic Realism: Victorian Fiction and Other Information Systems. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2008. x + 321 pages. Print.

Reviewed in Victorian Studies, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Novel, Studies in the Novel, English Literature in Transition, Technology and Culture, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, Choice.

Journal articles

“Touchstones and Tit-bits: Extracting Culture in the 1880s.” Forthcoming, Victorian Periodicals Review (7000 words).

“The Medium is the Media: Fictions of the Telephone in the 1890s.” Victorian Studies 55.2 (Winter 2013): 212-21. Print.

“‘Who is Mr. Reuter?’: Objectivity and Electric Textuality in the Age of Telegraph Journalism.” English Language Notes 51.1 (Spring/Summer 2013): 63-73. Print.

“Media in America, 1881: Garfield, Guiteau, Bell, Whitman.” Critical Inquiry 31.3 (Spring 2005): 638-64. Print.

“‘Framed and Wired’: Teaching In the Cage at the Intersection of Literature and Media.” The Henry James Review 25.1 (Winter 2004): 33-43. Print.

“Telegraphic Realism: Henry James’s In the Cage.PMLA 115.5 (October 2000): 975-90. Print.

“Fiction as Vivisection: G. H. Lewes and George Eliot.” ELH 67.2 (Summer 2000): 617-53. Print.

“Cultural Capital and the Scene of Rioting: Male Working-Class Authorship in Alton Locke.” Victorian Literature and Culture 28.1 (Spring 2000): 87-108. Print.

“Narrative Reversals and the Thermodynamics of History in Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow.” MFS: Modern Fiction Studies 44.4 (Winter 1998): 959-80. Print.

Reprinted in The Fiction of Martin Amis: A Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism. Ed. Nicholas Tredwell. Duxford: Icon, 2000. 141-53. Print.

Chapters in books

“The Three-Volume Novel (Triple-Decker).” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Ed. Linda K. Hughes, Pamela K. Gilbert, and Dino Felluga. Forthcoming (5000 words). Print.

“Industry and Technology.” George Eliot in Context. Ed. Margaret Harris. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013. 153-59. Print.

“The Novel and Communication Networks.” The Oxford Handbook of the Victorian Novel. Ed. Lisa Rodensky. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2013. 275-88. Print.

“The Wordsworths’ Daffodils: On the Page, upon the Inward Eye, in Their Media Ecology.” Media, Technology, and Literature in the Nineteenth Century: Image, Sound, Touch. Ed. Colette Colligan and Margaret Linley. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2011. 23-41. Print.

“Mimesis and Informatics in The Information.” Martin Amis: Postmodernism and Beyond. Ed. Gavin Keulks. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 137-57. Print.

“The Political Economy of Fruit: Goblin Market.” The Culture of Christina Rossetti: Female Poetics and Victorian Contexts. Ed. Mary Arseneau, Antony Harrison, and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra. Athens: Ohio UP, 1999. 105-36. Print.

Partially reprinted as “Richard Menke on the Materiality of the Poem [‘Goblin Market’].” Christina Rossetti. Ed. Harold Bloom. Bloom’s Major Poets. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2005. 49-56. Print.

Online essays

“The End of the Three-Volume Novel System, 27 June 1894.” BRANCH: Britain, Representation and Nineteenth-Century History. Ed. Dino Franco Felluga. Extension of Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net. Web. 2013. Last accessed 16 August 2013. [5500 words]

Reviews and short essays

Review of Alison Byerly, Are We There Yet? Virtual Travel and Victorian Realism. Studies in the Novel 45.4 (Winter 2013): 704-5.

Review of Leah Price, How to Do Things with Books in Victorian Britain. Nineteenth-Century Literature 68.1 (June 2013): 113-16. Print.

Review of Kate Thomas, Postal Pleasures: Sex, Scandal, and Victorian Letters. Textual Practice 26.6 (2012): 1117-21. Print.

Review of Barri J. Gold, ThermoPoetics: Energy in Victorian Literature and Science. Review of English Studies 62.257 (2011): 829-31. Print.

Review of Tony E. Jackson, The Technology of the Novel. Victorian Studies 53 (2010): 158-60. Print.

Review of Matthew Rubery, The Novelty of Newspapers: Victorian Fiction after the Invention of the News. Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 56 (2009). Web.

Review of Virginia Zimmerman, Excavating Victorians. Review of English Studies 60.243 (2009): 163-5. Print.

Review of Nicholas Dames, The Physiology of Reading. Victorian Studies 51 (2008): 196-8. Print.

Review of Lisa Gitelman and Geoffrey B. Pingree, eds., New Media, 1740-1915. Victorian Studies 48 (2005): 2013. Print.

Review of Christine L. Krueger, ed., Functions of Victorian Culture at the Present Time. Victorian Studies 46 (2004): 328-30. Print.

Review of Nicholas Dames, Amnesiac Selves: Nostalgia, Forgetting, and British Fiction, 1810-1870. Modern Philology 101 (2004): 633-6. Print.

Review of Albert-László Barabási, Linked: The New Science of Networks. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 47 (2004): 300-3. Print.

Review of John Schad, Victorians in Theory: Derrida to Browning. Nineteenth-Century Contexts 25 (2003): 83-5. Print.

Review of Nina Baym, Women of Letters and the Nineteenth-Century Sciences: Styles of Affiliation. Isis: Journal of the History of Science Society 94 (2003): 385. Print.

Review of Audrey Jaffe, Scenes of Sympathy: Identity and Representation in Victorian Fiction. Studies in the Novel 33 (2001): 371-5. Print.

Review of Antony H. Harrison (ed.), The Letters of Christina Rossetti, vols. 1-2. Victorian Studies 43 (2001): 478-80. Print.

“‘Are You Techie or Fuzzy?’: Using Science Writing to Teach Composition.” Notes in the Margins Spring 1998: 4+. Print.

AWARDS AND HONORS

2013              Inducted into the Teaching Academy, University of Georgia

2009             Russell Undergraduate Teaching Award, University of Georgia

2005             Schachterle Essay Prize (best essay by an untenured scholar), Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Essay: “Media in America, 1881: Garfield, Guiteau, Bell, Whitman”

2000             Schachterle Essay Prize (best essay by an untenured scholar), Society for Literature and Science. Essay: “Fiction as Vivisection: G. H. Lewes and George Eliot”

2000             Alden Dissertation Prize, Department of English, Stanford University

1998             Bruns Essay Prize (best essay by a graduate student), Society for Literature and Science. Essay: “Narrative Reversals and the Thermodynamics of History in Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow”

1997             Centennial Teaching Assistant Award for outstanding teaching, Stanford University. Project: integrating electronic technology into literature seminars

1992             Phi Beta Kappa, Rice University

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2014              Innovative Instruction Faculty Grant, University of Georgia. $5000. Project: “Networking the Nineteenth-Century Novel: Remediating David Copperfield beyond the Page and the Classroom.”

2012              Provost’s Summer Grant, University of Georgia. $5000. Project: “Print, Literature, and the Invention of Media, 1880-1900”

2010-11          Research Fellowship, Willson Center for the Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia. Project: “New Women, New Journalism, and New Media in the 1890s”

2006-7         Junior Faculty Research Grant, University of Georgia. $5100. Project: “Poetry, Memory, and Media: The Wordsworths to Whitman”

2006             Book Grant, $1500. To support production of Telegraphic Realism: Victorian Fiction and Other Information Systems. Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia

2006             Sarah Moss Grant, $7100, Office of Instructional Support and Development, University of Georgia

2005             Short-term Visiting Fellowship (one month), Newberry Library

2005             Visiting Fellow (two months), Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh

2005             Mellon Visiting Fellowship (one month), Harry Ransom Humanities Center, University of Texas

2004-5          Sarah Moss Grant, $5000, Office of Instructional Support and Development, University of Georgia

2004-5          Junior Faculty Research Grant, University of Georgia. $5000. Project: “Telegraphic Realism: Victorian Fiction and Other Information Systems”

2005             Summer Stipend, National Endowment for the Humanities. $5000. Project: “Telegraphic Realism: Victorian Fiction and Other Information Systems”

2003-4          Lilly Teaching Fellow, University of Georgia

2003             One-course teaching release in the service of Lilly Teaching Fellowship, Department of English, University of Georgia

2002             Grant for international conference travel, Foreign Travel Assistance Program, University of Georgia Research Foundation

2001-2          Research Fellowship, Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia. Project: “Discourse Networks 1881: Walt Whitman, Alexander Graham Bell, and the Assassination of President Garfield”

2001              Fellow, “Literature in Transition: The Impact of New Technologies,” NEH Summer Seminar led by Professor N. Katherine Hayles; Visiting Scholar, Graduate Division, University of California, Los Angeles

1998-9         Mabelle McLeod Lewis Foundation Dissertation Fellowship

1996-7         Mellon Departmental Dissertation Fellowship, Stanford University

1992-6         Teaching Assistantships and Fellowships, Stanford University

1992-4          Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities

GRADUATE THESES AND DISSERTATIONS DIRECTED

Nicole Lobdell (Ph.D., 2013). “‘The Hoarding Sense’: Hoarding in Austen, Tennyson, Dickens, and Nineteenth-Century Culture.”

Clayton Tarr (Ph.D., 2013; co-director with Roxanne Eberle). “The Force of a Frame: Narrative Boundaries and the Gothic Novel.”

Amber Shaw (Ph.D., 2012), “The Fabric of the Nation: Textiles, Nationhood, and Identity in the Mid-Nineteenth Century.” (Assistant Professor, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.)

Deborah Manson (Ph.D., 2010), “‘Two Warring Ideals’: Double Consciousness from John Elliotson to W.E.B. Du Bois.” (Assistant Professor, Georgia Perimeter College.)

Noah Brewer (M.A., 2012), “Re-Makers: The Novel in Digital Collaborative Space.”

Bryan Jesse Waters (M.A., 2011), “A Wonderful Corner for Echoes: The Use of Sound in Charles Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities.”

Megan Stoner Morgan (M.A., 2010), “Collisions: Identity and the Railway in Nineteenth-Century Literature.” (Ph.D. program, University of Georgia.)

Stephanie Ferguson (M.A., 2010). “Baillie, Dickens, and the Theater of Surveillance.”

Julie Taylor (M.A., 2007), “Formulaic Eccentricity in Bleak House: Dickens’s Paradoxical Creative Insanity.” (Ph.D. program, University of Tennessee.)

Nicole Lobdell (M.A., 2007), “Piercing Vibrations: Orality and Literacy in Villiers de l’Isle-Adam’s L’Eve Future and Bram Stoker’s Dracula.” (Ph.D. program, University of Georgia.)

Rebecca Griffin (M.A., 2007), “Experiments in Suspense: Technique in the Early Fiction of Wilkie Collins.”

Gina Woods (M.A., 2002), “Narrating Uncertainty in Bleak House and Emma.”

TEACHING

Courses taught at the University of Georgia:

Introductory

ENGL 2320 (2360H)               English Literature from 1700 (honors)

Advanced

ENGL 4000          Introduction to English Studies

ENGL 4500          British Romantic Literature

ENGL 4520          British Nineteenth-Century Fiction

ENGL 4525W      Dickens (writing-intensive course)

ENGL 4530          Victorian Literature

ENGL 4540          Victorian Poetry

ENGL 4590          Topics in Nineteenth-Century British Literature: Literature, Science, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century Britain

ENGL 4590/4890 Topics in Nineteenth-Century British Literature/Topics in Criticism and Culture: Literature and Information in the Nineteenth Century

ENGL 4690         Topics in Twentieth-Century British Literature: Contemporary British Fiction

ENGL 4820           Introduction to Literary Theory

ENGL 4825           Topics in Literary Theory: Literary Theory/Media Theory

ENGL 4864          The History and Theory of the Novel

ENGL 4865          Topics in the Novel Before 1900: Late-Victorian Fiction

ENGL 4890          Topics in Criticism and Culture: Literature and Media, from Plato to the Internet

ENGL 4995          Senior Seminar: Dickens

Graduate

ENGL 6520          British Nineteenth-Century Fiction

ENGL 6530          Victorian Literature through 1870

ENGL 6540          Late Victorian Literature

ENGL 6820          Contemporary Literary Theory

ENGL 6830           Topics in Criticism and Theory: Literature, Technology, and the History of Media

ENGL 6830          Topics in Criticism and Theory: Pages from a Material History of the Book since 1798

ENGL 8550           Seminar in Victorian Literature: Dickens

ENGL 8590          Topics in Nineteenth-Century British Literature: Literature, Media, and Information in the Nineteenth Century

At the University of Georgia’s Program in Oxford (UK):

ENGL 4590          Topics in Nineteenth-Century British Literature: Speed, Space, and Place in Victorian Literature

PLENARY ADDRESSES, INVITED TALKS, AND WORKSHOPS

“TechnoScience Trollope.” Invited convener, Trollope Bicentennial Conference, Leuven, Belgium, September 2015.

“Steampunk Dickens, Industrial Eliot.” Invited talk. University of California, Riverside, January 2011.

“Fictionalizing Late Victorian Media.” Workshop leader and organizer, Conference of the North American Victorian Studies Association, Montreal, November 2010.

“The Wordsworths’ Daffodils: On the Page, upon the Inward Eye, in Their Media Ecology.” Invited talk. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, February 2010.

“Inventing Global Networks: Weather, Telegraphs, Railways and Novels.” Invited panelist, College Commons discussion series, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, November 2009.

“Between Medium and Information.” Plenary address. British Women Writers Conference, Indiana University, March 2008.

“The Diffusion of Useless Knowledge: ‘The Lifted Veil,’ ‘The Signal-Man,’ and the Psychic Life of Information.” Invited talk. NYU Victorian Graduate Group. New York, November 2005.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Touchstones and Tit-Bits: The Evidence of Culture.” North American Victorian Studies Association, Pasadena, CA, October 2013.

“Touchstones and Tit-Bits: Excerpting Culture in the 1880s.” Research Society for Victorian Periodicals Conference, University of Salford, Manchester, July 2013.

“The Mediated Geographies of Miéville’s The City and the City.” In “Contemporary Novels and the Twenty-First-Century Media Ecology” (organizer/moderator). Special session, Modern Language Association convention, Boston, January 2013.

“Late-Victorian Fiction and the Occulting of Media Translation.” Victorians Institute Conference, Richmond, VA, October 2012.

“The Thing Regarded as an Impossibility: Mark Twain, Mechanical Typesetting, and the Will to Media.” Sketches for Bob: Papers in Honor of Bob Patten, Rice University, October 2012.

“Switchboards: Late-Victorian Fictions of the Telephone.” North American Victorian Studies Association, Madison, WI, September 2012.

“‘Stone Venus.” Special session, Modern Language Association convention, Seattle, January 2012.

“Machine Play: Dickens, Maxwell, Governors.” North American Victorian Studies Association, Nashville, November 2011.

“Aesthetic Self-Consciousness in New Grub Street and Tit-Bits.” Conference of the Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States, Houston, October 2011.

“The Wordsworths’ Daffodils: On the Page, upon the Inward Eye.” Panel of the Discussion Group on Media and Literature, Modern Language Association convention, Los Angeles, January 2011.

“Late Victorian Novels and the Materialization of the Media.” Special session, Modern Language Association convention, Los Angeles, January 2011.

“Retconning the Victorians.” Discussion Panel on Steampunk. Dragon*Con, Atlanta, September 2009.

“The Romance of a Shop and the Sociology of Media.” Conference of the North American Victorian Studies Association, Yale University, November 2008.

“Mimesis and Media Ecology in J. A. Froude’s The Lieutenant’s Daughter.” Modern Language Association convention, Chicago, December 2007.

“‘Who Is Mr. Reuter?’: Objectivity and Electric Language.” Presented in absentia at “Journalism in the History of Writing,” a panel organized by the Society for Critical Exchange, South Atlantic Modern Language Association conference, Charlotte, NC, November 2006.

“Printed on the Nerves: ‘The Lifted Veil’ and the Photoglyph.” Joint conference of the North American Victorian Studies Association/North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, September 2006.

“From Nineteenth-Century Literature to Edwardian Modernity, on Kipling’s ‘Wireless’.” The Edwardians Conference, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, July 2006.

“‘Wireless.’” Division session, Division on Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-century British Literature, Modern Language Association convention, Philadelphia, December 2004. Another version presented as “‘Wireless’: Kipling and Realism in the Age of Marconi.” Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, April 2005.

“Framed in Place: Michael Field’s Sight and Song and the Objective Indifference of Art.” British Women Writers Conference, University of Georgia, March 2004.

“Daffodil VR: Romantic Memory as New Medium.” Conference of the Society for Literature and Science, Austin, October 2003. Another version presented as “Daffodil VR: Memory as Romantic Medium.” Division session, British Romantic Literature Division, Modern Language Association convention, San Diego, December 2003.

“Acoustic Nation: Bell, Whitman, and the Garfield Assassination.” Dickens conference. University of California, Santa Cruz, July 2003.

“Discourse Networks 1881: Garfield, Guiteau, Whitman”; organizer/moderator of “Going Live: Texts, Technologies, and Media Events, 1848-1898.” Special session, Modern Language Association convention, New York, December 2002.

“‘Framed and Wired’: Teaching In the Cage at the Intersection of Literature and Media.” Conference of the Henry James Society, Paris, July 2002.

“Discourse Networks 1881: Alexander Graham Bell, Walt Whitman, and the Assassination of President Garfield.” Invited talk, Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia, January 2002. Other versions presented at the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, George Mason University, April 2002; Technotopias: Texts, Identities, and Technological Cultures, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, July 2002.

Organizer/moderator of “The Information Super-Railway: Literature, Technology, and Media in the Nineteenth Century.” Special session, Modern Language Association convention, New Orleans, December 2001.

“Mrs. Verloc’s Secret Agency.” Modernist Studies Association, Houston, October 2001; Modern Language Association convention, Washington, D.C., December 2000.

“‘Neither Voice nor Feet’: Realism, Telegraphy, and the Discourse Networks of 1850.” Conference of the Society for Literature and Science, Atlanta, October 2000.

“Telegraphic Realism, Telegraphic Modernism.” International Narrative Conference, Atlanta, April 2000.

“Seeing Through Realism in ‘The Lifted Veil’”; organizer/moderator of “Fantasies of Transparency: Bodies, Language, Texts.” Special session, Modern Language Association convention, Chicago, December 1999.

“From the Marketplace of Ideas to the Culture Industry: Mill in the ’30s/Gissing in the ’90s.” Conference of the Victorians Institute, Virginia Commonwealth University, October 1999.

“Henry James and Telegraphic Realism: Fiction and/as Technology.” Media in Transition conference, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, October 1999.

“Dickens and Realism: A Headless History.” International Narrative Conference, Dartmouth University, April 1999. Another version presented as “Headless Bodies and the Dickens Corpus.” Conference of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Birmingham, AL, November 2000.

Organizer/moderator of “British Fiction and 1848: A Sesquicentennial Inquiry.” Special session, Modern Language Association convention, San Francisco, December 1998.

“Cultural Capital and the Scene of Rioting in Alton Locke.” Presented at “Scenes of Writing, 1750-1850,” Gregynog Hall, Wales, July 1998.

“George Eliot, G. H. Lewes, and the Vivisection of Consciousness.” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, University of California at Berkeley, April 1997. Another version presented as “Body Conscious: George Eliot, G. H. Lewes, and the Vivisection of the Mind.” Conference of the Society for Literature and Science, University of Florida, November 1998.

“The Political Economy of Fruit: Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market as Critique of the Commodity.” Conference of the Pacific Ancient & Modern Language Association, University of California at Irvine, November 1996.

“Money Means Money: Literal Reading and Moral Currency in Ruskin.” Conference of the Victorians Institute, University of Virginia, October 1996.

“Literary Canons and Female Byrons: The Death of L.E.L.” Conference of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast, University of Washington, November 1993.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND ACADEMIC SERVICE

Professional Service

Editorial advisory board, Studies in the Novel (2006-), English Language Notes (2011-)

Referee

Journals: Studies in the Novel (six manuscripts to date), PMLA (three manuscripts); Victorian Studies (five manuscripts); Configurations (one manuscript); LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory (one manuscript); Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation (one manuscript); Mosaic (one manuscript); Religion and Literature (one manuscript); Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 (one manuscript); Modern Philology (one manuscript); Nineteenth-Century Contexts (one manuscript)

Presses: Oxford University Press (one book manuscript), Cambridge University Press (one book manuscript), Harvard University Press (one book manuscript); University of Michigan Press (one book manuscript); Ohio State (one book manuscript); Routledge (one proposal for a new edition); University of Pennsylvania Press (one book proposal); Broadview Press (one book proposal)

Online projects: BRANCH online project (Britain, Representation, and Nineteenth-Century History)

2011-             Executive Committee, Division on Victorian Literature, Modern Language Association

2004             Chair, Discussion Group on Media and Literature, Modern Language Association

2003-5          Executive Committee, Discussion Group on Media and Literature, Modern Language Association

2002-4          Research grant assessor, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

2001              Judge, Bruns Essay Prize (for the best essay by a graduate student), Society for Literature and Science

1994-6         Associate Editor, Stanford Humanities Review

Outside evaluator for tenure and promotion

San Francisco State University (2009), Boston University (2013)

Departmental and institutional service

2008-10, 2013-      Advisory Committee, Department of English, University of Georgia

2011-12          Search Committee, Assistant Professor in Romantic Poetry, Department of English, University of Georgia

2008             Selection Committee, Joshua Brown Award and Virginia Walter Award, Department of English, University of Georgia

2007-            Coordinator, Studies in the Novel (Undergraduate Area of Emphasis), Department of English, University of Georgia

2006-8, 2009-12   Graduate Committee, Department of English, University of Georgia

2006-7         Search Committee, Assistant Professor in Humanities Computing, Department of English, University of Georgia

2006             Headship Search Committee, Department of English, University of Georgia

2006             Selection Committee, Undergraduate Essay Prize and Park Graduate Essay Prize, Department of English, University of Georgia

2005-6         Undergraduate Committee, Department of English, University of Georgia

2003-5          Ad Hoc Committee on Assessment, Department of English, University of Georgia

2003-6          Computer Committee, Department of English, University of Georgia

2001-2          Freshman Committee, Department of English, University of Georgia

2001              Selection Committee, Joshua Brown Memorial Scholarship, Department of English, University of Georgia

2000-3          Interviewer, December mock interviews for jobseekers, Department of English, University of Georgia

1998             Selection Committee, Community Service Writing Prize, Program in Writing and Critical Thinking, Stanford University

1997-8          Senior Faculty Search Committee, Department of English, Stanford University

1997-8          Teaching Mentor, Program in Writing and Critical Thinking, Stanford University

1996             Graduate Admissions Committee, Department of English, Stanford University

1996-8         Co-organizer and Founding Member, Victorian Graduate Discussion Group, Stanford University

LANGUAGES

Reading knowledge of Spanish (good), French (fair), German and Italian (basic)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Association

Modern Language Association

North American Victorian Studies Association

Research Society for Victorian Periodicals

Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts

Society for the Study of Narrative Literature

Victorians Institute

REFERENCES

Michael Moran
Professor and Chair
Department of English
University of Georgia
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Elaine Freedgood
Professor of English
Department of English
New York University
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New York, NY 10003
 
Douglas Anderson
Sterling-Goodman Professor
Department of English
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602-6205
 
Hilary Schor
Professor of English, Comparative Literature, Gender Studies, and Law
Department of English
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0354