“#BlackLivesMatter and Feminist Pedagogy: Teaching a Movement Unfolding,” with Reena Goldthree, Radical Teacher, special issue on Teaching Black Lives Matter, eds. Christopher Kennedy, Robyn Spencer, and Paula Austin. Vol. 101 (2016): 20-28.
"Specters of the Pacific: Salt Fish Drag and Atomic Hauntologies in the Era of Genetic Modification," Journal of American Studies, eds. Hamilton Carroll and Annie McClanahan, 49:4 (2015).
"The Cruel Optimism of Asian Futurity and Reparative Practices in Sonny Liew’s Malinky Robot." Techno-Orientalism. Eds. Betsy Huang, Greta Niu, and David Roh. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2015.
“Extrapolating Transnational Arcs, Excavating Imperial Legacies: The Speculative Acts of Karen Tei Yamashita’s "Through the Arc of the Rain Forest,” MELUS: Alien/Asian*, 33:4 (2008).
“Queering the Matrix : Hacking the Digital Divide and Slashing into the Future,” The Matrix in Theory, Critical Studies, eds. M Diocaretz and S Herbrechter (eds.), (2006) 167-192.
Animalia Americana: Animal Representations and Biopolitical Subjectivity , Columbia University Press, January 2013.
Transnationalism and American Literature: Literary Translation 1773-1892 . New York and London: Routledge, 2007; paperback 2009.
(ed.) Teaching the Literatures of the American Civil War. New York: Modern Language Association, 2016.
Series Editor with Andrew Taylor, Laura Doyle; Edinburgh Studies In Transatlantic Literature
"Public Reading and the Civil War Draft Lottery.” American Periodicals. 26 (2), Fall 2016: 149-166.
“The Civil War’s ‘Empty Sleeve’ and the Cultural Production of Disabled Americans.” J 19: TheJournal of Nineteenth Century Americanists. 3 (1): Spring 2015. 41-65.
“Animals and the Formation of Liberal Subjectivity in Nineteenth Century American Literature.” Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth-Century American Literature . Ed. Russ Castronovo. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, 197-216.
“Transatlantic Romanticism.” Transatlantic Literary Studies, 1680-1830: An Introduction . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012: 219-237.
“American Bestiality: Sex, Animals and the Construction of Subjectivity.” Cultural Critique 76 (3), Fall 2010: 98-125.
“Emily Dickinson’s Animal Pedagogies.” PMLA 124 (2), March 2009, 533-541.
“Introduction: (Un)Gendering the Transatlantic.” Symbiosis 13 (2), special issue edited by Colleen Glenney Boggs, October, 2009, 93-99.
“Translation in the United States.” Oxford History of Literary Translation in English : Volume 4: 1790-1900 (5 vols). Oxford and London: Oxford University Press, 2006:20-33.
“Margaret Fuller’s American Translation.” American Literature 76 (1), March 2004: 31-58.
“Specimens of Translation in Walt Whitman’s Poetry.” Arizona Quarterly 58 (3), Autumn 2002: 33-56.
Opinion Pieces in The New York Times, The Guardian, PBS Need to Know, Huffington Post.
Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video , edited with R Burt, (reprinted in Korean, 2002, in English and Japanese, 2005).
“Let it be Hid: The Pornographic Aesthetic of Shakespeare’s Othello ,” in Women, Violence, and English Renaissance Literature , L Woodbridge and S Beehler (eds.), (2003).
“Crossing the River Drina: Bosnian Rape Camps and Serb Cultural Memory” in SIGNS , M Hirsch and V Smith (eds.), (2002).
“The 1599 Bishop’s Ban and Renaissance Pornography” in Enclosure Acts in Early Modern England , R Burt and R Archer (eds.), (1994).
“Scolding Brides and Bridling Scolds: Taming the Women’s Unruly Member,” *Shakespeare Quarterly, 42 (1991) 179-213.
“Autobiographical Graphic ‘Novels’ of Childhood.” Forthcoming in Auto/Biography Studies “What’s Next” Special Issue 32.2 (2017).
“Will Eisner and the Making of A Contract with God.” Forthcoming in Cambridge History of the Graphic Novel, eds. Stephen Tabachnick, Jan Baetens, and Hugo Frey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.
“Why Call Them Graphic Novels If They’re True? Classifying Fun Home’s Mirrors.” Forthcoming in Approaches to Teaching Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home, ed., Judith Gardiner. New York: MLA Press, 2017.
“Depicting African American Life in Graphics and Visual Cultures.” Forthcoming in A History of African American Autobiography, ed., Joycelyn Moody. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.
“Anarchic Strains in the Comics of Ronald Wimberly and Keith Knight.” Forthcoming in SubStance: Special Issue on Comics and Anarchy (Summer 2017).
“The Saga of the Animal as Visual Metaphor for Mixed-Race Identity in Comics.” Forthcoming in Animal Comics: Multispecies Storyworlds in Graphic Narratives, ed., David Herman. New York: Bloomsbury, 2017.
“On the Nature of the Boundary in Comics Memoir: The Case of March.” In Comics an der Grenze: Sub/Versionen von Form und Inhalt, eds. Matthias Harbeck, Linda-Rabea Heyden, and Marie Schröer. Berlin: Bachmann, 2016. 31-40.
“Signifying Marks and The ‘Not Counted’ Inscriptions of Dave the Potter.” Arizona Quarterly 72.4 (Winter 2016): 1-25.
"Horror Movies With Mom." Prairie Schooner (Fall 2016): 101-110.
“The Cartoonal Slave.” In The Psychic Hold of Slavery: Legacies in American Culture, eds. Soyica Colbert, Robert Patterson, and Aida Hussen. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2016. 168-94.
"Dave the Potter and the Churn of Time." Michigan Quarterly Review (Winter 2014): 1-6.
“Keeping Pictures, Keeping House: Harriet and Louisa Jacobs, Fanny Fern, and the Unverifiable History of Seeing the Mulatta.” ESQ 59.2 (2013): 263-290.
“Slave Memory Without Words in Kyle Baker’s Nat Turner.” Callaloo 36.2 (2013): 279-297.
“Not Just a Theme: Transnationalism and Form in Visual Narratives of US Slavery.” In Comics at the Crossroads: Transnational Perspectives on Graphic Narratives, eds. Christina Meyer, Shane Denson, and Daniel Stein: New York: Bloomsbury, 2013. 15-32.
“Mulatta Obscura: Camera Tactics and Linda Brent.” In Pictures and Progress, eds. Maurice O. Wallace and Shawn Michelle Smith. Durham: Duke University Press, 2012. 109-31.
“The Concatenate Poetics of Slavery and the Articulate Material of Dave the Potter.” African American Review 44.4 (2011): 607-18.
“Animal Subjects of the Graphic Novel.” College Literature 38.3 (2011): 129-149.
"E.E. Cummings's Tom: A Ballet and Uncle Tom's Doll-Dance of Modernism." Journal of Modern Literature 34:2 (2011) 22-44.
“Terrors of the Mirror and the Mise en Abyme of Graphic Novel Autobiography,” College Literature 38:3 (2011) 21-44.
“‘Heartfelt Thanks to Punch for the Picture’: Frederick Douglass and the Transnational Jokework of Slave Caricature,” American Literature 82:1 (2010) 57-90.
“Is There an African American Graphic Novel?” In Approaches to Teaching the Graphic Novel, ed. Stephen Tabachnick. New York: Modern Languages Association Press, 2009. 69-75.
“Drawing on History in Recent African American Graphic Novels,” MELUS: The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States 32:3 (2007) 175-200.
“International Contexts of the Negro Renaissance.” In Cambridge Companion to the Harlem Renaissance, ed. George Hutchinson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 41-54.
“The Gothic Aesthetics of Eminem” (co-authored with Jason Lindquist). Gothic Studies 9.1 (2007): 57-68.
“Coloring Whiteness and Blackvoice Minstrelsy: Representations of Race and Place in Static Shock, King of the Hill, and South Park.” Journal of Popular Film & Television 31.4 (2004): 167-75.
“Slave Cyborgs and the Black Infovirus: Ishmael Reed’s Cybernetic Aesthetics,” Modern Fiction Studies 49:2 (2003) 261-283.
“Traveling Harlem’s Europe: Vagabondage from Slave Narratives to Gwendolyn Bennett’s ‘Wedding Day’ and Claude McKay’s Banjo.” Journal of Narrative Theory 32.1 (2002): 52-76.
“Touring the Spectacle of Slavery at Magnolia Gardens Plantation.” Southern Quarterly 11.4 (2002): 126-40.
“Picturing the Mother, Claiming Egypt: My Bondage and My Freedom as Auto(bio)ethnography.” African American Review 35.3 (2001): 391-408.
“The Dismantling Evolution of Heroes: Aquaman’s Amputation.” International Journal of Comic Art 1.2 (1999): 55-65.
The Queen of the Night, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, hardcover publication, February 2, 2016; softcover publication, November 2, 2016.
Edinburgh, Welcome Rain, hardcover publication November 2, 2001; Picador, softcover publication, November 9, 2002; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, softcover publication, November 2, 2016.
Recent Essays and Criticism:
“Rich Children,” Freeman's, Volume 2, August 2016.
"Autobiography, Modernity, and Biopolitics: Individuality and Writing the Self at the Fin-de-Siècle." Arizona Quarterly (forthcoming)
“Narratives of the Later Lives of Frederick Douglass: Old-Age Autobiography Before Senescence” Common-place 17, no. 2 (2017).
"Knowing and Narration: Shirley Jackson and the Campus Novel." In Shirley Jackson: Influences and Confluences, edited by Melanie R. Anderson and Lisa Kröger, 123-141. New York: Routledge, 2016.
"Lucy Larcom and the Time of the Temporal Collapse." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 33, no. 1 (2016): 82-102.
"Can an Algorithm be Disturbed? Machine Learning, Intrinsic Criticism, and the Digital Humanities." College Literature 42, no.4 (2015): 543- 564.
"Bits of Autobiography: Radical Deindividualization and Everydayness." Arizona Quarterly 71, no. 1 (2015): 83-99.
"What does the ‘Temporal Turn’ Mean for Autobiography? Mark Twain, Memory, and the Failures of Historicism." The Mark Twain Annual 11 (Fall 2013): 62-76.
Pandey, S., Voorsluys, W., Rahman, M., Buyya, R., Chiu, K., and Dobson, J. “A Grid Workflow Environment for Brain Imaging Analysis on Distributed Systems." Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 21, no. 16 (2009): 2118-2139.
Pandey, S., Voorsluys, W., Rahman, M., Buyya, R., Chiu, K., and Dobson, J. “Brain Image Registration Analysis Workflow for fMRI Studies on Global Grids," Proceedings of the 23rd IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-09), Bradford, UK, (May 2009).
Van Horn, J.D., Dobson, J.E., Woodward, J., Wilde, M., Zhao, Y., Voeckler, J., Foster, I. “Grid-Based Computing and the Future of Neuroscience Computation.” In Methods in Mind, edited by Carl Senior, Tamara Russell and Michael S. Gazzaniga. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2006.
Dobson, J.E,Woodward, J., Schwarz, S.A, Marchesini, J.C, Farid, F., and Smith S., “The Dartmouth Green Grid,” ICCS 2005 Conference Workshop on HPC in Academia (2005).
Van Horn, J.D., Wolfe, J., Agnoli, A., Woodward, J., Schmitt, M., Dobson, J.E., Schumacher, S., and Vance, B. “Neuroimaging Databases as a Resource for Scientific Discovery,” International Review of Neurobiology 66C (2005): 55-87.
Zhao, Y., Dobson, J.E., Foster, I., Moreau L., Wilde, M. “A Notation and System for Expressing and Executing Cleanly TypedWorkflows on Messy Scientific Data,” ACM SIGMOD Record 34 (2005): 37-43.
Zhao, Y., Wilde, M., Foster, I., Voeckler, J., Dobson, J.E., Gilbert, E., Jordan, T. and Quigg, E. “Virtual Data Grid Middleware Services for Data-intensive Science.” Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 18, no. 6 (2004): 595-608.
Zhao, Y., Wilde, M., Foster, I., Voeckler, J., Jordan, T., Quigg, E., and Dobson J.E, “Grid Middleware Services for Virtual Data Discovery, Composition, and Integration,” MGC ’04 Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Middleware for Grid Computing (2004): 57-62.
The Neighboring Text: Henryson, Boccaccio, Chaucer. The University of Notre Dame Press, 2011.
“Neighbors, Natural and Otherwise, in ‘The Vox and the Wolf’.” New Medieval Literatures 12 (2010): 89-114.
“Pearl: The Shadow of the Object, the Shape of the Law.” Studies in the Age of Chaucer 26 (2004): 29-63. Reprinted in Classical and Medieval Literary Criticism Online. Thomas Gale, forthcoming.
“Naked Chaucer.” In The Post-Historical Middle Ages, eds. Elizabeth Scala and Sylvia Federico. Palgrave, 2009: 139-160.
“A Politics of Melancholia,” co-authored with Klaus Mladek. In A Leftist Ontology, ed. Carsten Strathausen. University of Minnesota Press, 2009: 208-233.
“Henryson’s Doubt: Neighbors and Negation in The Testament of Cresseid.” Exemplaria 20.2 (2008): 165-196. Reprinted in Medieval Literature: Criticism and Debates, eds. Holly Crocker and D. Vance Smith. Routledge, 2013.
Sovereignty in Ruins: A Politics of Crisis, co-edited with Klaus Mladek. Duke University Press, 2017.
Logic of the Digital, Bloomsbury Academic Press (2015).
“Digital Sound, Thought,” in Sound Thinking, Bloomsbury Academic, (forthcoming 2017).
“Touch in the Abstract,” SubStance 40:3 (2011), iss. 126.
“Web 2.0 and the Ontology of the Digital,” Digital Humanities Quarterly :http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/ (2012).
“The Logic of Digital Gaming” in Mechademia 6 . Frenchy Lunning (ed.), University of Minnesota Press (Winter 2011).
“Digital Ontology and Example” in Deleuze, Science, and the Force of the Virtual , University of Minnesota Press (Spring 2010). 169–202.
Sound Ideas: Music, Machines, and Experience, University of Minnesota Press (2005).
Forest Primeval. Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 2016
2016 Hurston Wright Legacy Award
Short-list PEN Open Award
Horse In the Dark. Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 2012
Cave Canem Northwestern University Press Prize
Blue-tail Fly. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2006
Poets & Writers Magazine Notable Debut
“King Lear, Heartbreak House, and the Dynamics of Inertia” for SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies. 35.1, Spring, 2015.
“Performance Notes,” for The Norton Shakespeare (Third Edition), ed. Stephen Greenblatt (New York: Norton), 2015.
‘‘Dwelling in doubtful joy’: Macbeth and the Aesthetics of Disappointment," Macbeth: Arden Critical Currents , ed. Ann Thompson (London: Methuen), 2014
"'Is't real that I see': Staged Realism and the Paradox of Shakespeare's Audience," Shakespeare Bulletin, 31.4, Winter 2013.
“Mirrors and Monarchs: Suggestive Presences and Shakespeare’s Cast Size,” in Shakespeare Embodied: Page, Stage, and Classroom in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries, ed. Kathryn Moncrief, Kate McPherson and Sarah Enloe (New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press), 2013.
“Letting Unpleasantness Lie: Counter-intuition and Character in The Merchant of Venice ,” in Shakespeare’s Sense of Character – On the Page and From the Stage , ed. Yu Jin Ko and Michael Shurgot, (Aldershot: Ashgate), 2012.
“Having it Both Ways in Juliet’s ‘Gallop apace’ Speech” in Shakespeare Up Close, ed. Russ McDonald, Nicholas Nace and Travis Williams, (London: Methuen), 2012.
“Faintly Struggling Things: Inscrutable Life in Beckett’s The Unnamable.” Samuel Beckett: History, Memory, Archive. Ed. Séan Kennedy and Katherine Weiss. New York: Palgrave, 2009. 89-111.
“‘Disdaining Bounds of Place and Time’: John Clare’s Nomadic Poetics.” Blackwell Literature Compass 3.3 (2006): 376-387.
“Hegel,” “Kojève,” “History,” “Common,” and “Derrida,” The Agamben Dictionary. Ed. Alex Murray and Jessica Whyte. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011.
"James Williams," The Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography. Ed. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Franklin W. Knight. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.
"Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel," Agamben's Philosophical Lineage. Ed. Adam Kotsko and Carlo Salzani. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2017.
“Notes for a Natural History of the State of Exception, or, Exhaustion and Endurance in Russell Banks’s Continental Drift ” (Forthcoming, 2017). Arizona Quarterly, Special Issue: “Biopolitics and American Literature.” Word Count: 13,392.
“The Impersonal is Political: Adrienne Rich’s The Dream of a Common Language, Feminism, and the Art of Biopolitics.” Cultural Critique 96. Special Issue: “What Comes After the Subject?” (Spring 2017).
“Life After the Subject” (with Sean Grattan). Introduction to Cultural Critique 96. Special Issue: “What Comes After the Subject?” (Spring 2017).
“A Lyric Intensity of Thought: On the Potentiality and Limits of Giorgio Agamben’s 'Homo Sacer' Project.” Boundary 2 Online. August 29, 2016. Word Count: 14,869. https://www.boundary2.org/2016/08/christian-haines-a-lyric-intensity-of-thought-on-the-potentiality-and-limits-of-giorgio-agambens-homo-sacer-project/
“Paradise Actually Exists: Biopolitics and Utopian Praxis in William S. Burroughs’sThe Place of Dead Roads.” Genre 47.2 (Summer 2014): 175-202
“The Scored Life: Financialization in Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story.” The Third Rail 3 (Fall 2014): 44-47. http://thirdrailquarterly.org/wp-content/uploads/C_Haines_Scored-Life.pdf
“Life’s Entanglements with Writing: A Review of Christopher Breu’s Insistence of the Material: Literature in the Age of Biopolitics and Arne de Boever’s Narrative Care: Biopolitics and the Novel.” Textual Practice 29.5 (June 2015): 1017-1026.
“Oscillations prolétaires: Poésie du travail, travail de la poésie chez Arthur Rimbaud et Walt Whitman [Proletarian Oscillations: the Poetry of Labor, the Labor of Poetry in Arthur Rimbaud and Walt Whitman].” Parade Sauvage: Revue d’études rimbaldiennes 23 (Fall 2012): 65-101.
“Life in Crisis: The Biopolitical Ambivalence of Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent.” Criticism 54.1 (Winter 2012): 85-115.
“Corporeal Time: The Cinematic Bodies of Arthur Rimbaud and Gilles Deleuze.” Angelaki: A Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 16.2 (Winter 2011): 103-26.
“Specters of the Dialectic: A Review of Fredric Jameson’s Valences of the Dialectic.” Cultural Critique 77 (Winter 2011): 241-247.
The Marketplace of Print: Pamphlets and the Public Sphere in Early Modern England; (1997, Reissued 2006).
“The Stationers’ Shakespeare” in Shakespeare’s Stationers: New Essays in Cultural Bibliography ed. Marta Straznicky (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012), 35-58
“Pamphlet Surplus: John Taylor and Subscription Publication,” in Print, Manuscript, and Performance: The Changing Relations of the Media in Early Modern England , A Marotti and M Bristol (eds.), (2000).
“So Beloved that Men Use His Picture for Their Signs’: Richard Tarlton and the Uses of Sixteenth-Century Celebrity,” Shakespeare Studies , 23 (1995) 19-38.
"Wyatt's David," Texas Studies in Literature and Language 30 (1988): 320-344. Reprinted in Rethinking the Henrician Era, ed. Peter Herman (University of Illinois Press,1993).
“Thomas Deloney,” Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature , (2006).
“Thomas Lodge,” New Dictionary of National Biography , C Matthews (ed.), (2004).
Harner, Christie. “Physiognomic Discourse and the Trials and Cross-Class Sympathy in Mary Barton,” Victorian Literature and Culture 43.4 (2015): 705-724.
Harner, Christie. “Reading the ‘Postal Effect’ of John Caldigate as a Challenge to Victorian Post-Colonialism,” Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature (March 2015).
Harner, Christie. “‘Loose from Wholesome Guidance:’ Phrenology’s and Physiognomy’s Narrative of Anxiety,” ELN 47.2 (Fall/Winter 2009): 61-73.
The Radiant (poems), (2003).
The Salt House: A Summer on the Dunes of Cape Cod , (1999; paperback 2003).
Two poems: “Visions of the Virgin on the Old Rail Trail” and “Everything is Alive.”
We Have Gone to the Beach (poems), (1996).
The Fish-Wife (poems), (1986).
The World in a Minute (Hanging Loose, 2010)
Another Look (Subpress, 2010)
The Stamp of Class: Reflections on Poetry and Social Class (University of Michigan, 2006)
Father and Son Night (Hanging Loose, 1999)
Light Heart (Hanging Loose, 1991)
One at a Time (United Artists, 1983)
Editor: T&W Guide to William Carlos Williams (Teachers Writers, 1998)
Editor: T&W Guide to Classic American Literature (T&W, 2001)
Editor: Clinch: Selected Poems of Michael Scholnick (Coffee House, 1998)
“Book and E-Text” and "Markup Languages." Johns Hopkins Guide to Digital Media. Eds. Lori Emerson, Ben Robertson, and Marie-Laure Ryan. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UP, 2014. Print.
“‘The end of all the privacy and propriety’: Fanny’s Dressing Room in Mansfield Park.” Bodies and Things in Nineteenth Century Writing and Culture. Ed. Katharina Boehm. New York: Palgrave, 2012. 45–65. Print.
Book: “Single Imperfection”: Milton, Marriage and Friendship. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2005
Book: Literal Figures: Puritan Allegory and the Reformation Crisis in Representation. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1995
Edition: The John Milton Reading Room, an online study edition of Milton's complete poetry and selected prose, (http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/)
Edition: John Milton's Eikonoklastes (1650). An online study edition in The John Milton Reading Room with new annotations, hyperlinked resources and a new introduction. http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/reading_room/eikonoklastes/text.shtml
Article: “Heroic Friendship in Dryden’s Troilus and Cressida” forthcoming in Studies in Philology, 2016
Article: “Heroic Restorations: Milton and Dryden,” forthcoming in Milton Studies, 2017
Article: “ Apprenticeship in Learning Design for Literature Courses ” in Arts and Humanities in Higher Education online at http://ahh.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/1474022216635419v1.pdf?ijkey=eEpm0oT1AJwhekq&keytype=finite February 2016
Edition: John Milton. Latin epigrams from the Defense of the English People and the Second Defense. New English translations, introductions and annotations, 2015 (https://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/reading_room/epigrams/epigram_2/text.s...)
Edition: John Milton. The Readie and Easie Way to Establish a Free Commonwealth. A new edition with introduction and annotations, 2015. (http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/reading_room/readie_and_easie_way/text.shtml)
“The Early Milton,” an entry for the Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature, Volume 2: 1558-1660, ed. Patrick Cheney and Philip Hardie. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, 641-55
Article: “‘How Human Life Began’: Milton’s Adam in Paradise Lost Book 9,” in Sex Before Sex, edited by William Stockton, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2013, 263-90.
Article: “Teaching Paradise Lost with an Online Edition” in Approaches to Teaching Paradise Lost, 2nd ed. Ed. Peter Herman. New York: Modern Language Association Press, 2012, 189-91.
Article: Vicki V. May, Thomas H. Luxon, Kathy Weaver, Rachel Esselstein, and Cynthia Char. "Development of Case Stories by Interviewing Students about their Critical Moments in Science, Math, and Engineering Classes." Numeracy: Advancing Education in Quantitative Literacy: The Electronic Journal of the National Numeracy Network 1.1 (2008) (http://services.bepress.com/numeracy/)
Article: With Thomas Cormen and others, “Sources and Citation at Dartmouth College: why learning to cite sources is an essential part of your education.” Online at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~writing/sources/sources-citation.html
Article: “One Soul vs. One Flesh: Friendship, Marriage, and the Puritan Self” in Trauma and Transformation: The Political Progress of John Bunyan, ed. Vera Camden. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2007
Article: “Milton and the Web” in Laura Lunger Knoppers & Gregory M. Colon Semenza, eds. Milton and Popular Culture. New York: Macmillan Palgrave, 2006
Article: “Humanist Marriage and the Comedy of Errors.” Renaissance and Reformation 37 ed. Elizabeth Sauer and Jennifer Anderson (2001, pub. 2003): 45-65
Article: “Milton’s ‘Wedded Love’: Not About Sex (as we know it).” Milton Studies 40, edited by Albert C. Labriola. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002, 38-60 (http://lion.chadwyck.com/searchFulltext.do?id=R01676192&divLevel=0&area=...)
A new annotated edition of John Milton’s The Readie and Easie Way to Establish a Free Commonwealth. http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/reading_room/readie_and_easie_way/text...., 2016
“What is English” in What is…? A Guided Tour of the Liberal Arts, Ed. Daniel Rockmore. Forthcoming from University Press of New England, 2017
Article: "A Second Daniel: The Jew and the "True Jew" in The Merchant of Venice." Early Modern Literary Studies 4.3 (January, 1999): 1-31 (http://purl.oclc.org/emls/04-3/luxoshak.html)
Article: “Rough Trade: Milton as Ajax in the Place of Punishment.” Prose Studies: Literature, History, Theory 19 (1996): 282-91
Article: “‘Other men’s words’ and Bunyan’s ‘New-birth,’” Texas Studies in Language and Literature 36 (1994): 260-89
Article: “‘Not I but Christ’: Puritan Allegories of the Self,” ELH 60 (1993): 899-937
Article: “‘Sentence’ and 'Solaas': Particular Grief in The Knight's Tale.” Chaucer Review 22 (1988): 13-35
Article: Calvin and Bunyan on Word and Image: Is There a Text in Interpreter's House?” English Literary Renaissance 18 (1988): 438-459
Article: “The Pilgrim's Passive Progress: Luther and Bunyan on Talking and Doing, Word and Way.” ELH 53 (1986): 73-98
Popular Literature, Authorship and the Occult in Late Victorian Britain (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
Christos Tsiolkas and the Fiction of Critique: Politics, Obscenity, Celebrity (London: Anthem Press, 2015)
Marcus Clarke’s Bohemia: Literature and Modernity in Colonial Melbourne (Melbourne: University of Melbourne Press, 2004).
Cultural Politics in the 1790s: Literature, Radicalism and the Public Sphere (London: Macmillan Press, 1999).
Subtopia (Melbourne: Vulgar Press, 2005). Turkish Translation (Istanbul: Versus Kitap, 2006).
The White Body of Evening (Sydney: HarperCollins Australia, 2002, 2003). Japanese Translation (Tokyo: Kokushokankokai, 2009).
"Walter Benjamin's Sex Work: Prostitution and the State of Exception," Textual Practice vol. 28, no.1 (February 2014): 99-120.
“Ruins, Refuse and the Politics of Allegory in The Old Curiosity Shop,” Nineteenth-Century Literature vol. 66, no. 2 (September 2011): 179-194.
"Discrepant Cosmopolitanism and Contemporary Fiction: Reading the Inhuman in Christos Tsiolkas’s Dead Europe and Roberto Bolaño’s 2666,” Antipodes vol. 24, no. 2 (December 2010): 135-141.
“Henry Kendall’s Twofold Life: Sin, Shame and the Experience of Colonial Poetry,” Australian Literary Studies vol. 25, no. 3 (October 2010): 20-34.
“Christos Tsiolkas and the Pornographic Logic of Commodity Capitalism,” Australian Literary Studies vol. 25, no. 1 (May 2010): 31-41.
“Autochthony and Extinction in the Settler Colony: Henry Kendall's ‘Aboriginal Man’,” in David Carter and Wang Guanglin eds. Modern Australian Criticism and Theory (Qingdao: China Ocean University Press, 2010): 50-60.
“The Eventfulness of Roberto Bolaño,” Overland 199 (Winter 2010): 74-79.
“Militancy and Melancholia,” Overland 192 (Spring 2008): 34-36.
“Professing the Popular: Political Fiction circa 2006,” Australian Literary Studies vol. 32, no. 2 (2007): 43-57.
“Colonial Nature-Inscription: on Haunted Landscapes,” in Helen Tiffin ed. Five Emus to the King of Siam: Environment and Empire (Rodopi: Amsterdam and New York, 2007): 71-83.
“Rosa Praed and the Vampire Aesthete,” Victorian Literature and Culture 35 (2007): 175-187.
“The International of Excreta: World Literature and its Other,” Overland 186 (Autumn 2007): 20-24.
“The Literature of Extinction,” Meanjin 65.1 (March 2006): 48-54.
“The Obstinacy of the Sacred,” Antipodes vol. 17, no.2 (December 2005): 152-158.
“Unknown Australia: Rosa Praed’s Vanished Race,” Australian Literary Studies vol. 22, no. 1 (2005): 37-50.
“The Savage Metropolis: Animism, Aesthetics and the Pleasures of a Vanished Race,” Textual Practice 17:2 (2003): 317-333. Republished in Short Story Criticism vol. 94 (New York: Thomson and Gale, 2007): 28-36.
“Textual Phantasmagoria: Marcus Clarke, Light Literature and the Colonial Uncanny,” Australian Literary Studies vol. 21, no. 2 (October 2003): 138-150. Republished in Short Story Criticism vol. 94 (New York: Thomson and Gale, 2007): 20-28.
“Bohemia and the Dream-Life of the Colonial City,” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature vol. 1 (2002): 4-18.
“Romanticism, Nationalism and the Mythology of the Popular in William Lane’s The Workingman’s Paradise,” Journal of Australian Studies 70 (2001): 1-12.
“Humanism After Auschwitz: Reflections on Jean Améry’s Freitod,” Angelaki vol. 6, no. 3. (December 2001): 71-81.
“Romantic Self-Fashioning: John Thelwall and the Science of Elocution,” Studies in Romanticism vol. 40, no. 2 (Summer 2001): 215-232.
“Romantic Nationalism and the Descent into Myth: William Lane’s The Workingman’s Paradise,” in Philip Mead (ed.), Australian Literary Studies in the 21st Century (Hobart: Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 2001): 181-188.
"Racial Strategies in Jane Eyre," Victorian Literature and Culture (2009).
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