Publications

Journal Articles

  1. The lures of neo-Victorianism presentism (with a feminist case study of Penny Dreadful). Literature Compass, e12463
  2. Neo-Victorian Doctors and Resurrected Gothic Masculinities. Victoriographies [Special Issue: Neo-Victorian Masculinities] 5(2), 122-142.
  3. Neo-Victorian Biofiction and the Special/Spectral Case of Barbara Chase-Riboud’s Hottentot Venus. Australian Journal of Victorian Studies [Special Issue: Neo-Victorianism] 18(3), 4-21.
  4. Neo-Victorian Goblin Fruit: Maggie Power on the Gothic Fascinations of Demon Lovers and Re-Imagining the Victorians [Interview]. Neo-Victorian Studies 4(1), 77-92.
  5. Introduction: Speculations in and on the Neo-Victorian Encounter. Neo-Victorian Studies 1(1), 1-18.

Books

  1. & (Eds.). Neo-Victorian Humour: Comic Subversions and Unlaughter in Contemporary Historical Re-Visions (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 5). Leiden & Boston: Brill/Rodopi.
  2. & (Eds.). Neo-Victorian Cities: Reassessing Urban Politics and Poetics (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 4). Leiden & Boston: Brill Rodopi.
  3. & (Eds.). Neo-Victorian Gothic: Horror, Violence and Degeneration in the Re-Imagined Nineteenth Century (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 3). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  4. & (Eds.). New-Victorian Families: Gender, Sexual and Cultural Politics (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 2). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  5. & (Eds.). Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 1). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  6. & (Eds.). Negotiating Sexual Idioms: Image, Text, Performance. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  7. & (Eds.). Probing the Problematics: Sex and Sexuality [eBook]. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Book Chapters

  1. Neo-Victorian Slumming in London's Gothicity: The Victorian Metropolis' Televisual Transformation into "The City of Dreadful Night". In Transforming Cities. (pp. 181-209). Heidelberg, Germany: Universitaetsverlag WINTER.
  2. What's So Funny about the Nineteenth Century?. In Neo-Victorian Humour: Comic Subversions and Unlaughter in Contemporary Historical Re-Visions. (pp. 1-43). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill / Rodopi.
  3. Neo-Victorian Killing Humour: Laughing at Death in the Opium Wars. In Neo-Victorian Humour: Comic Subversions and Unlaughter in Contemporary Historical Re-Visions. (pp. 71-102). Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill / Rodopi.
  4. Adaptive/Appropriative Reuse in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Having One's Cake and Eating It Too. In Interventions: Rethinking the Nineteenth Century. (pp. 169-187). Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.
  5. 'Abominable Pictures’: Neo-Victorianism and the Tyranny of the Sexual Taboo. In Simon Grennan and Laurence Grove (Ed.), Transforming Anthony Trollope: Dispossession, Victorianism and Nineteenth-Century Word and Image. (pp. 151-174). Leuven: Leuven University Press.
  6. & Troping the Neo-Victorian City: Strategies of Reconsidering the Metropolis. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Cities: Reassessing Urban Politics and Poetics (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 4). (pp. 1-40). Leiden & Boston: Brill Rodopi.
  7. Gothicising History: Traumatic Alterity, Repetition, and Return in Recent British Neo-Victorian Fiction. In Bianca Legget and Tony Venezia (Ed.), Twenty-First-Century British Fiction – Critical Essays. (pp. 61-82). Canterbury: Gylphi.
  8. Witnessing without Witnesses: Atwood’s Oryx and Crake as Limit-Case of Fictional Testimony. In Susana Ongea and Jean-Michel Ganteau (Ed.), Contemporary Trauma Narratives: Liminality and the Ethics of Form. (pp. 53-69). New York: Routledge.
  9. Mining the Neo-Victorian Vein: Prospecting for Gold, Buried Treasure, and Uncertain Metal. In Nadine Boehm-Schnitker and Susanne Gruss (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Literature and Culture: Immersions and Revisitations. (pp. 21-37). New York: Routledge.
  10. & The (Mis)Shapes of Neo-Victorian Gothic: Continuations, Adaptations, Transformations. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Gothic: Horror, Violence and Degeneration in the Re-Imagined Nineteenth Century (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 3). (pp. 1-48). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  11. & Neo-Victorian Female Gothic: Fantasies of Self-Abjection. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Gothic: Horror, Violence and Degeneration in the Re-Imagined Nineteenth Century (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 3). (pp. 221-250). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  12. Pathologized Masculinity in Pat Barker’s Double Vision: Stephen Sharkey’s Monstrous Others. In Pat Wheeler (Ed.), Re-reading Pat Barker. (pp. 79-98). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  13. Sublime Violations: Trauma Literature and the Search for Transcendence through Violence. In Nancy Billias and Leonhard Praeg (Ed.), Creating Destruction: Constructing Images of Violence and Genocide. (pp. 139-158). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  14. & Introducing Neo-Victorian Family Matters: Cultural Capital and Reproduction. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Families; Gender, Sexuality and Cultural Politics (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 2). (pp. 1-42). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  15. Neo-Victorian Childhoods: Re-Imagining the Worst of Times. In Marie-Luise Kohlke & Christian Gutleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Families: Gender, Sexuality and Cultural Politics (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 2). (pp. 119-147). Amsterdam& New York: Rodopi.
  16. & Introduction: Bearing After-Witness to the Nineteenth Century. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Gutleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 1). (pp. 1-34). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  17. Tipoo’s Tiger on the Loose: Neo-Victorian Witness-Bearing and the Trauma of the Indian Mutiny. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Guitleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 1). (pp. 367-397). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  18. & The Neo-Victorian Frame of Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas: Temporal and Traumatic Reverberations. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben (Ed.), Neo-Victorian Tropes of Trauma: The Politics of Bearing After-Witness to Nineteenth-Century Suffering (Neo-Victorian Series, vol. 1). (pp. 217-252). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  19. Nostalgic Violence? Neo-Victorian (Re-)Visions of Historical Conflict. In Marika Guggisberg and David Weir (Ed.), Understanding Violence: Contexts and Portrayals. (pp. 25-37). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  20. Sexsation and the Neo-Victorian Novel: Orientalising the Nineteenth Century in Contemporary Fiction. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Luisa Orza (Ed.), Negotiating Sexual Idioms: Image, Text, Performance. (pp. 53-77). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  21. & Introduction: The Intricacies of Sexual Idioms. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Luisa Orza (Ed.), Negotiating Sexual Idioms: Image, Text, Performance. (pp. ix-xxxi). Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi.
  22. The Neo-Victorian Sexsation: Literary Excursions into the Nineteenth Century Erotic. In Marie-Luise Kohlke and Luisa Orza (Ed.), Probing the Problematics: Sex and Sexuality [eBook]. (pp. 345-356). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.