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Studying literature as an undergraduate taught me to think outside of prevailing social and economic logics. It was a tremendously exciting undertaking. Whether I’m teaching Romanticism or contemporary experimental fiction, one of my goals is to reproduce the inherently critical impulse that lies at the heart of literary expression.
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).
A Theory of the Middlebrow