Victorian Studies




Book Manuscript in Progress: Daughters of Bankruptcy in Victorian Literature: Stories of Ruin, Work, and Survival

Article in Progress: “Self-Help and Women Artists in Victorian Literature”

Peer-Reviewed Publication: “Communities Built from Ruins: Social Economics in Victorian Narratives of Bankruptcy.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 39 (Fall/Winter 2011).

Book Review: “Review of Tamara S. Wagner’s Plotting Money and the Novel Genre, 1815-1901.” Victoriographies: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century Writing, 1790-1914 3.1 (May 2013): 81-82.

Book Review: “Review of Eleanor Courtemanche’s The ‘Invisible Hand’ and British Fiction, 1818-1860: Adam Smith, Political Economy, and the Genre of Realism.” Review 19. Aug. 2011.

Book Review: “Review of Sara Malton’s Forgery in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture: Fictions of Finance from Dickens to Wilde.” Review 19. 15 Oct. 2009.


“Daughters in the World: Financial Ruin, Professions for Women, and Daniel Deronda,” North American Victorian Studies Association Conference, July 8-13, 2015

“’A Selfish Desire to Stand Apart from the Many’: Conduct Manuals, Professional Identity, and Dinah Craik’s Olive,” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, April 16-19, 2015

“Classifying Conduct: Bankruptcy, Gentility, and the New Daughter in Victorian England,” North American Victorian Studies Association Conference, Nov. 13-15, 2014

“To ‘Have Truly Lived Instead of Vegetated’: The Romance of a Shop and Feminist Reflections on Work,” Reflections, 18th– and 19th-Century British Women Writers Conference, Binghamton University, June 2014.

“Building Digital Bridges Between Nineteenth-Century Studies and the Public Humanities,” Circuitry and Circulation: Digital Victorian Energies, Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, University of Houston, March 2014.

“The Future of Dickens: Digitizing Architectural Spaces and Identity in Hard Times,” Charles Dickens: Past, Present, and Future, Victorians Institute Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC, October 2011.

“From Domestic Angels to Social Capitalists: The Economics of Guilt in Victorian Novels of Bankruptcy,” Money/Myths, Nineteenth Century Studies Association, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, March 2011.

“Landscape, Identity, and Invention: The Limits of the Human in Paradise Lost and Aurora Leigh,” Spaces of Dissent: The Borders of Transnational Dreams, Marxist Reading Group Conference, Gainesville, FL, 2006.

“Sexualizing the (Re)Production of the Laboring Woman: The Paradigm Shift from the Victorian to the Modern,” Victorians in the Long View, British Association for Victorian Studies, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, England, 2005.

“The Subversive Imagination and Illiteracy of Dickens’s Female Protagonists.” The Age of Experiments, 1800-1900, British Association for Victorian Studies, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales, 2003.