|2002|| Gender, Nation, and the Tourist Gaze in the European "Year of Revolutions": Kirkland's Holidays Abroad.
American Literary History.
|1997|| The Panoptic Sublime and the Formation of the American Citizen in Cooper's Wing-and-Wing and Cole's Mount Etna from Taormina, Sicily.
James Fenimore Cooper: His Country and His Art.
|1995|| Travel Writing and the Metropolis: James, London, and English Hours.
| Irving's Italian Landscapes: Skepticism and the Picturesque Aesthetic.
ESQ - Journal of the American Renaissance.
| “Fuller, the Dial, the Tribune, and Periodical Print Culture.”.
South Central Review.
|2018|| American Travel Literature, Gendered Aesthetics, and the Italian Tour, 1824-62
|2013|| Margaret Fuller and Her Circles
|2012|| Transatlantic Women: Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers and Great Britain
|2016|| Urban Reform, Transatlantic Movements, and US Writers: 1837-1861.
|2012|| Margaret Fuller's New-York Tribune Dis patches from Great Britain Modern Geography and the Print Culture of Reform.
|2012|| Transatlantic Studies and American Women Writers Introduction.
|2004|| Religious Icons, National Iconography, and Female Bodies in Hawthorne and Stowe.
|2003|| Tourism and Visual Subjection in Letters from Abroad and 'An Incident in Rome'.
|2002|| Fuller, Hawthorne, and Imagining Urban Spaces in Rome.
|2000|| Representing Italy: Fuller, History Painting, and the Popular Press.
|1993|| Aesthetics and Ideology in Italian Backgrounds.
|1993|| The Protected Witness: Cole, Cooper, and the Tourist's View of the Italian Landscape.
University of New Hampshire
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