613B Pray Harrold
Architectural Identities: Domesticity, Literature, and the Victorian Middle Classes, University of Toronto Press, 2010. Named a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title of the year.
Children and Empire Series (4 vols.), edited with Cheryl Cassidy; Routledge Press, forthcoming 2012. [collections of primary documents exploring parenting and childhood in the British and American empires in the 19th c.)
Vol 1: The “Civilizing” Mission: Education, Morality and Conversion
Vol 2: Management of Children: Life in Sickness and in Health
Vol 3: Migrations and Cultural Differences: Children throughout the Empire
Vol 4: Empire’s Children at Home: The Domestic Impact of a Presence Abroad
“Maternity Betrayed: Circulating Images of English Motherhood in India, 1857-1858,” Nineteenth-Century Contexts, forthcoming.
“Nineteenth-Century British Childhoods: Teaching at the Nexus of Children, Empire and Visual Culture,” Victorians Institute Journal, forthcoming.
“Redesigning Femininity: Miss Marjoribanks’s Drawing-Room of Opportunity,” Victorian Literature and Culture, 36.1 (2008): 163-86.
“Constance Naden and the Erotics of Evolution: Mating the Woman of Letters with Man of Science,” Nineteenth-Century Literature, 61.2 (September 2006): 200-40.
Selected Conference Presentations
“Mutual Curiosities: Women Tourists and the Two-Way Gaze,” 18th- and 19th-Century British Women Writers, Columbus, OH, April 2011.
“’From personal observations I know nothing respecting them’: Louisa Anne Meredith Invents a Colonial Domesticity,” 18th- and 19th-Century British Women Writers, State College, TX, April 2010.
“‘A mirage of false wants’: Lucie Duff Gordon and the Victorian Image of Egypt,” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies, Austin, TX, March 2010.