Academic publications

Peer-reviewed publications


Digital Edition:

Edited Collections:

  • The Eighteenth-Century British Novel and the Arts, ed. with Jakub Lipski (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2024)
  • Adaptation and Digitization in the Long Eighteenth Century: Sterneana and Beyond, ed. with Helen Williams, special feature of 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Enquiries in the Early Modern Era (Rutgers, forthcoming 2023)
  • The Shandean, volume 33: A Festschrift in Honour of Peter de Voogd, ed. with Paul Goring, Brian Michael Norton, and Helen Williams (2022)
  • Laurence Sterne’s A Sentimental Journey: “A Legacy to the World”, ed. with W.B. Gerard (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2021)

Chapters in books:

  • ‘“The statue cannot be formed, unless our inclination concur thereto”: Statuary and Sculpture in the Imaginary of the Eighteenth-Century Novel’, in The Edinburgh Companion to the Eighteenth-Century British Novel and the Arts, ed. Jakub Lipski and M-C. Newbould (EUP, forthcoming 2024)
  • ‘Laurence Sterne and Eighteenth-Century Visual Culture’, in The Routledge Companion to Literature and Art, ed. Michelle Wang, Neil Murphy, and Cheryl Julia Lee (Routledge, forthcoming 2023)
  • ‘“Whose pictur’d Morals charm the Mind / And through the Eye correct the Heart”: Re-writing the pictorial narrative of A Harlot’s Progress’, in Neo-Georgian Fiction: Reimagining the Eighteenth Century in the Contemporary Historical Novel, ed. Jakub Lipski and Joanna Maciulewicz (London: Routledge, 2021), pp. 61-79
  • ‘“Contact Incarnate” and “Touching Fiction” in Laurence Sterne and Sterneana’, in Defining and Redefining Space in the English-Speaking World: Contacts, Frictions, Clashes, ed. Fanny Moghaddassi, Ghislain Potriquet and Anne Bandry-Scubbi (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2016), pp. 167-82
  • ‘Wit and Humour for the Heart of Sensibility: The Beauties of Fielding and Sterne’, in The Afterlives of Eighteenth-Century Fiction, ed. Daniel Cook and Nicholas Seager (Cambridge University Press, 2015), pp. 133-52
  • ‘A “new order of beings and things”: Caricature in Sterne’s Fictional Worlds’, in Hilarion’s Asse: Laurence Sterne and Humour, ed. Anne Bandry-Scubbi and Peter de Voogd (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2013), pp. 37-52


Reference Works:

  • ‘Laurence Sterne’, Oxford Bibliographies, rev. ed., with Paul Goring (forthcoming)
  • ‘Laurence Sterne’, Literature Criticism from 1400-1800 (Layman, 2020)
  • Multiple entries for The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820, ed. April London (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)

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