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Book Chapters

‘Recording Women’s Legal Voices in Eighteenth-Century Fiction’, in Women and the Law in Eighteenth-Century Europe, co-ed. Isabel Karremann, Anne-Claire Michoux, and Gideon Stiening (Metzler Verlag) forthcoming 2023

‘“A labyrinth of adventures”: Married Women and Masculine Virtue in Mary Robinson’s Letter to the Women of England (1799) and The Natural Daughter (1799)’, co-ed. Kim Simpson and Alison Daniell (book proposal in progress) [revised 2021 conference paper] forthcoming 2023

‘“To be a true citizen of Highbury”: Language and National Identity in Jane Austen’s Emma (1816)’, in Fashioning England and the English: Literature, Nation, Gender, ed. Rahel Orgis and Matthias Heim (Palgrave Macmillan) 2018                                                               

‘“If wommen hadde writen stories”: Social Change in Geoffrey Chaucer’s “Wife of Bath’s Tale” and Jane Austen’s PersuasionSPELL36 –Co-authored with Dr Katrin Rupp 2018


‘Dusting Off the Library Shelves: Modern Antiquarianism in Sydney Owenson and Maria Edgeworth’ (Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Journal—Revised 2022 conference papers) 

‘A “most solid compliment to the Fair Sex”: Textual Misogyny and Editorial Practices in Poems by Eminent Ladies (1755)’Women’s Writing 2021 ‘The Silence of Miss Woodhouse’, Persuasions Online 41:2


2021 Claire Connolly (ed.), Irish Literature in Transition, 1780-1830 (CUP, 2020) 

The BARS Review 55 (2020) 

2020 Michelle Levy, Literary Manuscript Culture in Romantic Britain (EUP, 2020) 

The BARS Review 54 (2020) 

2015 John Wiltshire, The Hidden Jane Austen (Cambridge: CUP, 2014) for BARS Bulletin and Review 45 (2015) 

‘Austentatious’ (play) 

2015 Online review for ‘BSECS criticks’ section, published 10th January 2015 

2014 Olivia Murphy, Jane Austen the Reader: The Artist as Critic (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) for BARS Bulletin and Review 44 (2014) 


2021 ‘Feminist Paratext in Mary Robinson’s A Letter to the Women of England (1799)’ –Eighteenth-Century Paratext Network 

2019 ‘Petition on Behalf of Richard Lovell Edgeworth, January 1803’ 

Contribution to online REVE platform (AHRC funded), European Romanticisms in Association project