Assistant Professor, English Department, University of Calgary
The Measure of Manliness: Disability and Masculinity in the mid-Victorian Novel. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2015.
Special Journal Issue
Guest Editor. Women’s Writing. Special Issue on Dinah Mulock Craik. 20.2 (Spring 2013).
“Finding the Transatlantic Audience: Dinah Craik’s Mistress and Maid in Good Words and Harper’s.” Victorian Periodical Review 49.1 (Winter 2016): 100-122.
“Orthopaedic Disability and the Nineteenth-Century Novel.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 36.1 (Winter 2014): 1-17.
“Dinah Mulock Craik and Benjamin Mulock: Re-reading the Role of the Male Relative in the Woman Writer’s Career.” Prose Studies 33.3 (December 2011): 174-187.
“Narrating Insanity in the Letters of Thomas Mulock and Dinah Mulock Craik.” Victorian Literature and Culture 39.1 (Spring 2011): 203-222.
“‘The Spirit of a Man and the Limbs of a Cripple’: Disability, Masculinity and Sentimentality in Charlotte Yonge’s The Heir of Redclyffe.” Victorian Review Special Issue on Disability, 35.2 (Fall 2009): 117-131.
“Reading Laura Bridgman: Literacy and Disability in Dickens’s American Notes.” Dickens Studies Annual 40 (Summer 2009): 37-60.
“Victorian Memes.” Victorian Studies 58.2 (Winter 2016): 272-282. Selected for publication as one of the best presentations at NAVSA 2015. Winner of the Editor’s Choice Award.
“Supported Bodies.” Forthcoming in the Victorian Review in 2016.
with Jennifer Esmail. “Disability and Victorian Literature.” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Ed. Dino Felluga. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.
The Madwoman and the Blindman: Jane Eyre, Discourse, Disability. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press. Victorian Review 39.1 (Spring 2013): 217-219.
Digital Dinah Craik: Principal Investigator, a TEI edition of the correspondence of Dinah Craik.
Type-Writer Girl: Collaborator (PI Edith Law, University of Waterloo), an experimental crowdsourcing platform designed to see if curiosity about a narrative can motivate participation in the transcription of nineteenth-century letters.
Nineteenth-Century Disability: Cultures and Contexts. Principle Investigator, an interdisciplinary collection of primary resources in nineteenth-century disability, annotated by scholars in the field. Peer Reviewed at NINES (Nineteenth-Century Scholarship Online), 2014.
The Floating Academy. Founding Contributor, the official blog of the journal The Victorian Review.