Charting the evolution of the Anglophone guidebook and the changing face of the tourist in the nineteenth century. Click here for more information.
Each chapter will have a series of maps which show the overlapping routes, both historic and fictional, for the main texts under examination.
- Under review: “John Chetwode Eustace, Radical Catholicism, and the Travel Guidebook: The Classical Tour (1813) and Its Legacy.”
- “The 19th-Century Traveler and the 21st-Century Scholar.”Literature Compass 10:9 (September 2013): 725-733.
- “Austen’s Fanny Price, Grateful Negroes, and the Stockholm Syndrome.” Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal 34 (2012): 222-235. (Co-authored with Anne K. Mellor.)
- Manlier than Mozart: The Anti-Wagnerian Stance of A Wicked Voice.” Consortium: A Journal of Cross-Disciplinary Inquiry. Boulder: UC Boulder Umbrellagraph Press, 2011.