The Oxford Handbook of Henry Fielding
Myth and (Mis)Information: Constructing Medical Practice and Practitioners in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century English Literature and Culture
My book chapter: Studying in Solitude: Demythologising the Masculine Medical Monopoly with Jane Barker’s Galesia and Tobias Smollett’s Sagely will be published in print.
Editors: Clark Lawlor, Allan Ingram and Helen Williams.
Publisher: Manchester University Press.
Publication Date: TBC 2024 (In Press).
Tobias Smollett After 300 Years: Life, Writing, Reputation
Tobias Smollett After 300 Years offers a collection of essays on one of the great literary figures of the eighteenth century. Drawing together the work of an international group of scholars, with a variety of critical approaches, the book examines aspects of Smollett’s life, writing and reputation on the three- hundredth anniversary of his birth.
My book chapter: “Such a Domestic Plague”?: The Silent Stewardship of Tabitha Bramble in Smollett’s ‘Humphry Clinker’ is published in print.
Editor: Richard J. Jones.
Publisher: Clemson University Press.
Publication Date: 1st November 2023.
Channelling the Challenges of Chronic Illness:
The Poetry of Susanna Blamire
TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities) is a hub for intellectual collaboration and cross disciplinary research projects, based in the Humanities at the University of Oxford. I provided a brief article about the poet Susanna Blamire for Harriet McKinley-Smith's TORCH project (Re)Acting Romanticism: Women Writers and Disability.
My article: Channelling the Challenges of Chronic Illness: The Poetry of Susanna Blamire is published online.
Publisher: TORCH, Oxford University.
Publication Date: 23rd March 2022.
The article can be found online: on TORCH Oxford's website.
Journal for Eigtheenth-Century Studies (JECS)
Review: Kevin Siena's Rotten Bodies
My review for JECS on Kevin Siena's Rotten Bodies, a book which offers a fascinating look at how class was constructed physiologically and provides a new connection between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries and the ravages of plague and cholera, respectively.
My review was published both in print and online.
Publication Date: 5th March 2020.
The article is viewable online: on Wiley Online Library.