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Cold War-era culture and politics; libraries and archives; radical print cultures
Feminist approaches to literature, family and the domestic, constructions of gender, sensation fiction, New Woman fiction
19th and 20th C. Transatlantic Drama, 19th C. British Novels, Performance Theory, Genre, Melodrama, Early Film, Adaptations and Revivals.
Nineteenth Century Transatlantic Literature, Childhood Studies, Affect and Sentimentality, History of the Book and Reading, Creative Writing and Writing Studies, Critical Pedagogy
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Nineteenth Century American, Natural History, Transcendentalism, Abolition, History of Science, Novel Theory
Natural Philosophy, Early Modern Science and Mathematics, Materialisms
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Humor, race and psychoanalysis, performance studies, transatlantic studies.
Twentieth and Twenty-first Century American Literature, Film Studies, Adaptation Studies, Music.
Nineteenth-Century British; Literary History; Empire; Genre Theory/Novel Theory; Melodrama; Romanticism; Poetry & Poetics
C19, Victorian Studies, Gender, Genre, and Spatial Theory
19th c. British Literature, the gothic, feminism, genre, the novel, fin de siè·cle British Literature, imperialism, colonialism
Novel theory, narratology, Marxism, digital humanities
Book history; media and textual studies; the sociology of literature; literature and medicine
The long nineteenth century, theory and history of the novel, realism, form, aesthetics, visual art and culture, race and ethnicity.
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