Journal Articles

  1. ‘A land of slavery and superstition’? Hester Thrale and Elizabeth Montagu in France. The Modern Language Review 114(2), 212
  2. & Selected Letters between James Beattie and Elizabeth Montagu (1758–ca. 1799), University of Aberdeen. Huntington Library Quarterly 81(4), S1-S32.
  3. An Honorable Alliance: The Friendship between James Beattie and Elizabeth Montagu, as Revealed by Her Letters. Huntington Library Quarterly 81(4), 497-511.
  4. Monstrous Combinations of horrors and mockery? Southey, Catholicism and the Gothic. Romanticism 17(1), 25-38.


  1. The Female Romantics: Nineteenth-century Women Novelists and Byronism. New York and London: Routledge.
  2. (Eds.). The Longman Anthology of Gothic Verse. New York: Pearson.
  3. Byron: Routledge Guides to Literature. London: Routledge.
  4. Mary Wollstonecraft, A Literary Life. London: Palgrave.
  5. (Eds.). Authorship, Commerce and the Public, 1750-1850. Clery, EJ, Franklin C, Garside P (Ed.), Basingstoke: Macmillan.
  6. Byron, A Literary Life. London: Macmillan.
  7. Byron's Heroines. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Book Chapters

  1. "Stand not on that brink!": Byron, gender and Romantic suicide. In Nobert Lennartz (Ed.), Byron and the Margins of Romanticism. (pp. 207-232). Edinburgh University Press.
  2. & ‘“An Editor’s duty is indeed that of most danger”: the Rationale for A Digital Edition of Elizabeth Montagu’s letters’. In Dr Amy Culley (University of Lincoln) and Dr Anna M. Fitzer (University of Hull) (Ed.), London and New York: Routledge.
  3. Enlightenment feminism and the Bluestocking legacy.. In Devoney Looser (Ed.), (pp. 115-128). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  4. The Novel of Sensibility in the 1780s. In Peter Garside and Karen O'Brien (Ed.), The Oxford History of the Novel in English: English and British Fiction 1750-1820. (pp. 164-181). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  5. ‘Representing Wales as Utopia in the eighteenth-century novel’. In Mary-Ann Constantine and Dafydd Johnston (Ed.), Footsteps of Liberty and Revolt: Essays on Wales and the French Revolution. (pp. 11-35). Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  6. & ‘ Victorian Gothic poetry’: The Corpse's [a] text'. In Andrew Smith (Ed.), The Victorian Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion. (pp. 72-92). Edinburgh University Press.
  7. ‘The eternal feminine and the eternal city: Byron, Staël, and the gendering of Italy’, in Diego Saglia (ed.), Byron e il segno plurale. Tracce del sé, percorsi di scrittura. In (pp. 185-208). Bologna, Italy: Bononia University Press.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2014). Introduction: The Material Culture of Eighteenth-Century Women's Writing. (Women's Writing No. 21). : Taylor and Francis.