Publications

Edited works

A Dostoevskii Companion: Texts and Contexts. Volume edited with Connor Doak and Kate Holland (Academic Studies Press, 2018).

Information and Empire: Mechanisms of Communication in Russia, 1600-1850. Volume edited with Simon Franklin (Open Book Publishers, 2017). [Open Access]

Russian Writers and the Fin de Siècle: The Twilight of Realism. Volume edited with Ani Kokobobo (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

New UK Research in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature. Article cluster edited with Sarah J. Young, with introduction by Katherine Bowers. Modern Languages Open. 27 October 2014. [Open Access]

Journal articles

“Haunted Ice, Fearful Sounds, and the Arctic Sublime: Exploring Nineteenth-Century Polar Gothic Space.” Gothic Studies 19.2 (2017): 71-84. [CORE deposit]

“Unpacking Viazemskii’s Khalat: The Technologies of Dilettantism in Early Nineteenth-Century Russian Literary Culture.” Slavic Review 74.3 (2015): 529-552. [CORE deposit]

“The City through a Glass, Darkly: Use of the Gothic in Early Russian Realism.” The Modern Language Review 108.4 (2013): 1199-1215. [CORE deposit]

“The Three-Dimensional Heroine: The Intertextual Relationship between Three Sisters and Hedda Gabler.” Studies in Slavic Cultures VII (2008): 9-27. [CORE deposit]

Book chapters

“Ol’ga Umetskaia and The Idiot” in A Dostoevskii Companion: Texts and Contexts, Bowers, Doak and Holland, eds. (Academic Studies Press, 2018), 274-278.

“Experiencing Information: An Early Nineteenth-Century Stroll Along Nevskii Prospekt” in Information and Empire: Mechanisms of Communication in Russia, 1600-1850Franklin and Bowers, eds. (Open Book Publishers, 2017), 369-407. [Open Access]

“Through the Opaque Veil: the Gothic and Death in Russian Realism” in The Gothic and Death, Carol Davison, ed. (Manchester University Press, 2017), 157-173. [CORE deposit]

“The Fall of the House: Gothic Narrative and the Decline of the Russian Family” in Russian Writers and the Fin de Siècle: The Twilight of Realism, Bowers and Kokobobo, eds. (Cambridge University Press, 2015), 145-161. [CORE deposit]

Entries in: The Literary Encyclopedia, The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics (4th edition, 2012)

Reviews in: The Modern Language Review, Slavic Review, The Russian Review, Slavic and East European Journal, KinoKultura, Journal of Soviet & Post-Soviet Politics and Society, Journal of European Studies, Revenant: Critical and Creative Studies of the Supernatural, Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Translation & Literature

Translations in: The Early Chekhov Translation Project (Vol 1)The Norton Critical Edition of The Brothers Karamazov (2nd edition, 2011), Studies in East European Thought