Extramural Shakespeare. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
"School for Scandal?: New Media Hamlet, Olivier, and Camp Connoisseurship." Renaissance Drama 34 (2005): 185-208.
"The Popular Mechanics of Rude Mechanicals: Shakespeare and the Walls of Academe." Shakespeare Studies 32 (2004): 295-321.
"Mathematics as a Social Formation: Mapping the Early Modern Universal." The Culture of Capital: Property, Cities, and Knowledge in Early Modern England. Ed. Henry S. Turner. New York: Routledge, 2002. 255-73.
(co-editor). The Instruction of a Christen Woman, by Juan Luis Vives. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 2001.
"The Shakespeare Film and the Americanization of Culture." Marxist Shakespeares. Ed. Jean Howard and Scott Shershow. New York: Routledge, 2000. 206-26.
New Science, New World. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1996.
"Of Heroes and Men: the Crisis of Masculinity in the Post-Oslo Palestinian Narrative." In Constructions of Masculinity in the Middle East and North Africa. Mohja Kahf and Nadine Sinno, eds. University of Cairo Press, forthcoming.
“’They are not like your daughters or mine’: Spectacles of Bad Women from the Arab Spring.” In Bad Girls of the Arab World. Nadia Yacoub and Rula Quwas, eds. University of Texas Press, 2017.
“Nawal el Saadawi.” in Fifty One Key Feminist Thinkers. Lori J Marso, ed. Routledge, 2016.
“Activists, Lobbyists, and Suicide Bombers: Lessons from the Palestinian Women’s Movement.” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. 32 (2): 2012.
“Afterword,” in Queer Politics and the Question of Israel/Palestine solicited for a special issue of GLQ: Gay and Lesbian Quarterly 16. 4. 2010.
“Palestinian Women’s Disappearing Act: The Suicide Bomber Through Western Feminist Eyes,” in Nation, Gender, and Belonging: Arab and Arab American Feminist Perspectives. Eds. Rabab Abdel Hadi, Evelyne al Sultani, and Nadine Naber. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 2010
(co-editor). Comparative Literature Studies 47.4 (2010). Special issue: "Arabic Literature Now: Between Area Studies and the New Comparatism."
"Bearing Witness: The Politics of Form in Etel Adnan's Sitt Marie Rose." Critique: Critical Middle Eastern Studies 14.3 (2005): 251-63.
"Between Complicity and Subversion: Body Politics in Palestinian National Narrative." South Atlantic Quarterly 102 (2003): 745-70; repr. (with afterword) in Diversifying the Discourse: Florence Howe Award for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship, 1990-2004. Ed. Mihoko Suzuki and Roseanna Dufault. New York: Modern Language Association, 2006. 288-307.
“Writing the Difference: Feminists’ Invention of the ‘Arab Woman’ Interventions: Feminist Dialogues on Third World Women’s Literature and Film. Ed. Pishnupriya Ghosh and Brinda Bose. New York: Garland, 1996. 185-211.
(co-editor). Etel Adnan: Critical Perspectives on Her Life and Art. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002.
(co-editor). Going Global: The Transnational Reception of Third World Women Writers. New York: Garland, 2000.
The Factory Girl and the Seamstress: Imagining Gender and Class in Nineteenth Century American Fiction. New York: Garland, 2000.
Amireh, Amal. “Framing Nawal El-Saadawi: Arab Feminism in a Transnational World.” Signs: Journal of Women and Culture 26 (2000): 215-248.
Amireh, Amal. “Writing the Difference: Feminists’ Invention of the ‘Arab Woman’ Interventions: Feminist Dialogues on Third World Women’s Literature and Film. Ed. Pishnupriya Ghosh and Brinda Bose. New York: Garland, 1996. 185-211.
Swamp Souths: Literary and Cultural Ecologies. Co-edited by Kirstin L. Squint, Eric Gary Anderson, Taylor Hagood, and Anthony Wilson. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2020.
"Letting the Other Story Go: The Native South in and beyond the Anthropocene." With Melanie Benson Taylor. Co-authored essay for special issue of Native South on "Native Southern Literature," issue co-edited by Anderson and Taylor. Native South 12 (2019): 74-98.
Undead Souths: The Gothic and Beyond in Southern Literature and Culture. Co-edited by Eric Gary Anderson, Taylor Hagood, and Daniel Cross Turner. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2015.
"Native Southern Transformations, or, Light in August and Werewolves." In Faulkner and the Native South: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha 2016. Edited by Jay Watson, Annette Trefzer and James G. Thomas, Jr. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2019. 148-166.
"The Truth Is South There: The X-Files's Transregional Souths." In Small-Screen Souths: Region, Identity, and the Cultural Politics of Television, edited by Lisa Hinrichsen, Gina Caison, and Stephanie Rountree. Louisiana State University Press, 2017. 221-240.
"The Landscape of Disaster: Hemingway, Porter, and the Soundings of Indigenous Silence." With Melanie Benson Taylor. Co-authored essay for "Modernism and Native America," a special issue of Texas Studies in Literature and Language. 59: 3 (Fall 2017). 319-352.
"Literary and Textual Histories of the Native South." The Oxford Handbook to the Literature of the U.S. South. Ed. Fred Hobson and Barbara Ladd. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. 17-32.
"On Native Ground: Indigenous Presences and Countercolonial Strategies in Southern Narratives of Captivity, Removal, and Repossession." Southern Spaces (Aug. 2007). (Available online)
Editor, “Mediamorphosis: Print Culture and Transatlantic/Transnational Public Spheres,” Modernism/modernity 19.3 (September 2012). vii + 173 pp.
Transatlantic Print Culture, 1880-1940: Emerging Media, Emerging Modernisms. Co-edited with Patrick Collier. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. xi + 259 pp.
Modernism and Cultural Conflict, 1880-1922. Cambridge University Press, 2002. Reprinted in paper, 2008. ix + 187 pp.
Women’s Experience of Modernity, 1875-1945. Co-edited with Leslie Lewis. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002. vii + 312 pp.
Virginia Woolf: Turning the Centuries. Selected Papers from the Ninth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Co-edited with Bonnie Kime Scott. Pace University Press, 2000. viii + 356 pp.
New Women, New Novels: Feminism and Early Modernism. New Brunswick and London: Rutgers University Press, 1990. x + 217 pp.
Of Women, Poetry, and Power: Strategies of Address in Dickinson, Miles, Brooks, Lorde, and Angelou (U of Illinois Press, November) 2002.
Navigating the Fiction of Ernest J. Gaines: A Roadmap for Readers. Louisiana State UP, 2020.
The Radical Fiction of Ann Petry, Louisiana State UP, 2013.
Black Manhood in James Baldwin, Ernest J. Gaines, and August Wilson. U of Illinois P, 2002.
(ed.) Contemporary Black Men's Fiction and Drama. U of Illinois P, 2001.
“‘A Mighty Queer Place': Textual and Sexual Dis-Ease in Ann Petry’s Country Place,” African American Review (Summer 2016): 93-110.
“Blues Brothers: Crosscurrents in Fences and A Streetcar Named Desire.” Approaches to Teaching the Plays of August Wilson. Ed. Sandra G. Shannon and Sandra L. Richards. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2016. 32-44.
Review of Randall Kenan (ed.), The Cross of Redemption: Uncollected Writings by James Baldwin, Resources for American Literary Study, 35 (September 2012): 714-17
"Que(e)rying the Prison-House of Black Male Desire: Homosociality in Ernest Gaines' 'Three Men.'" African American Review (Summer 2006): 239-55.
"Are We Family? Pedagogy and the Race for Queerness." Black Queer Studies: A Critical Anthology. Ed. E. Patrick Johnson and Mae G. Henderson. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2005. 266-75
"'From a Thousand Different Points of View': The Multiple Masculinities of Ann Petry's 'Miss Muriel'". Ann Petry's Short Fiction: Critical Essays. Ed. Hazel Arnett Ervin and Hilary Holladay. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004. 79-96.
(co-ed., with Stephanie Brown). "Black Literary Masculinities." Special section of Callaloo 26.3 (Summer 2003).
“[Byron's] Posthumous Reception and Reinvention to 1900.” Byron in Context. Ed. Clara Tuite. Cambridge University Press, 2020. 289-296.
"Landon's Local Attachments: Urban Mobility, Literary Memory, and the Professional Woman Writer." Studies in Romanticism 58:1 (Spring 2019) 27-50.
"Versions of Negative Capability in Modern American Poetry and Criticism." Keats's Negative Capability: New Origins and Afterlives. Ed. Brian Rejack and Michael Theune. Liverpool University Press, 2019. 154-170.
“Drag Keats: Mark Doty’s ‘Cockney Poetics’.” European Romantic Review 28:3 (2017) 387-393.
“Reading for the Moment.” “We, Reading, Now” Colloquium, eds. Julie Orlemanski and Dalglish Chew. Arcade: Literature, Humanities, & The World. October 2016.
"Jane Austen and the Gothic." Teaching Jane Austen. Ed. Devoney Looser and Emily C. Friedman. Romantic Circles. April 2015.
"Disaster Poetics: Keats and Contemporary Poetry." Wordsworth Circle 44:2-3 (2013) 153-58.
Ed. and intro. Romantic Fandom. Romantic Circles Praxis Series (2011).
Nineteenth-Century Poetry and Literary Celebrity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
"Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the Energies of Fandom." Victorian Review 33:2 (2007): 85-102. Rpt. in Harold Bloom, ed. Elizabeth Barrett Browning (Bloom's Modern Critical Views). New York: Chelsea House, 2015.
Heirs to Dionysus: A Nietzschean Current in Literary Modernism. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1981.
Nabokov's Art Memory and European Modernism. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993.
(ed., with Wayne J. Froman) Thresholds of Western Culture: Identity, Postcoloniality, Transnationalism. London: Continuum, 2003.
(ed., with Wayne J. Froman) Dramas of Culture: Theory, History, Performance. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2008.
Transnational Tolstoy: Between the West and the World. London: Bloomsbury, 2013.
"Magical Realism, Compensatory Vision, and Felt History: Classical Realism Transformed in The White Hotel." Magical Realism: Theory, History, Community. Ed. Lois Zamora and Wendy Faris. Durham: Duke UP, 1995. 267-83.
"Zarathustrian Millennialism Before the Millennium: From Bely to Yeats to Malraux." Why Nietzsche Still? Reflections on Drama, Culture, Politics. Ed. Alan Schrift. Berkeley: U of California P, 2000. 99-117.
"'Show Me the Zulu Tolstoy': A Russian Classic Between 'First' and 'Third' Worlds." Slavic and East European Journal 45.2 (2001): 260-74.
"Cultural Encounters in Global Contexts: World Literature as a One-Semester General Education Course." Teaching World Literature. Ed. David Damrosch. New York: Modern Language Association, 2009. 155-64.
"Three 'Comparative' Autobiographies: Cultural Multiplicity in Mary McCarthy, Wole Soyinka, Edward Said." Beyond Binarism: Identities in Process. Essays in Comparative Literature. Ed. Eduardo F. Coutinho. Rio de Janeiro: Areoplano, 2009. 24-33.
"Memory in the Literary Memoir," The Memory Process: Neuroscientific and Humanistic Perspectives, eds. Suzanne Nalbantian, Paul Matthews, and James L. McClelland. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2010. 297-313.
"Soyinka [Euripides, Nietzsche] Thomas Mann: Intertextual Dialogues across the Twentieth Century," Theatres in the Round: Multi-ethnic, Indigenous, and Intertextual Dialogues in Drama, ed. Dorothy Figueira and Marc Maufort, Bruxelles: Peter Lang, 2011. 211-27
"Forum on Promoting the Study of Modern Literature Worldwide: The MLA and its Conventions," ed. and introd. John Burt Foster, Jr. Comparative Literature Studies 50.2 (Spring 2013): 191-243.
“Love Across Borders in Hadji Murad: Variations on a Cross-Cultural Motif in Tolstoy, Stendhal, and D.H. Lawrence,” Partial Answers 12.2 (2014): 311-29.
(co-editor, with Debra Bergoffen, Paula Ruth Gilbert, and Connie L. McNeely). Confronting Global Gender Justice: Women's Lives, Human Rights. London: Routledge, 2011.
Figuring Modesty in Feminist Discourse Across the Americas, 1633-1700. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008.
(co-editor, with Greg O'Brien). George Washington's South. Gainesville: UP of Florida, 2004.
"Gender," New Histories of American Puritan Literature, eds. Kristina Bross and Abram Van Engen (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020).
“Settlement Literatures Before and Beyond the Stories of Nations,” Blackwell Companion to American Literature, Vol. 1, eds. Susan Belasco, Theresa Strouth Gaul, Linck Johnson, and Michael Soto (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2020).
“Before the Poetess: Women’s Poetry in the Early Republic,” A History of Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Poetry, eds. Jennifer Putzi and Alexandra Socarides (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016).
With Joan Bristol, “Creole Civic Pride and Positioning ‘Exceptional’ Black Women.” Women’s Narratives of the Early Americas and the Formation of Empire, eds. Mary McAleer Balkun and Susan Imbarrato (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).
"Seventeenth-Century Pansapphism: Comparing 'Exceptional Women' of the Americas and Europe." Approaches to Teaching Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. Ed. Emilie Bergmann and Stacey Shlau. New York: Modern Language Association, 2007. 112-18.
"'My Goods Are True': Tenth Muses in the New World Market." Feminist Interventions in Early American Studies. Ed. Mary Carruth. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2006. 13-26.
"'Now Sisters . . . impart your usefulness and force': Anne Bradstreet's Feminist Functionalism in The Tenth Muse (1650)." Early American Literature 35.1 (2000): 5-28.
"'Taken from her Mouth': Narrative Authority and the Conversion of Patience Boston." Narrative 6.3 (1998): 256-70.
Here are some of my latest:
“Queer Critical Regionalism.” The Cambridge Companion to Queer Studies, edited by Siobhan Somerville, Cambridge University Press, 2020, pp. 228-240.
"Normands cosmopolites dans la Nouvelle-Angleterre régionaliste de Sarah Orne Jewett." Romantisme 181 (2018): 73-84.
Archives of Desire: The Queer Historical Work of New England Regionalism. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2015.
"Charlotte Perkins Gilman's Colonial Revival." Legacy 29.1 (2012): 86-114.
"Shopping for the Nation: Women's China Collecting in Late-Nineteenth-Century New England." The New England Quarterly 81.1 (2008): 63-90.
Transatlantic Solidarities: Irish Nationalism and Caribbean Poetics. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2009.
"The Poe Test: Global English and the Gold Bug." Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Inquiry 7:1 (January 2020): pp 35–49. DOI: 10.1017/pli.2019.23
“Behind the Closet Door: Pixar and Petroliteracy.” Petrocultures: Oil, Energy, Culture. Edited by Sheena Wilson, Adam Carlson, and Imre Szeman. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017.
“Shaw in Context: Empire and Nationalism.” Literature in Context: George Bernard Shaw. Ed. Brad Kent. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Forthcoming 2015.
“Problems with Paradigms: Irish Comparativism and Casanova’s World Republic of Letters." New Hibernia Review 17:1 (Spring 2013): 48-66.
"Dissimilation and Federation: Irish and Caribbean Modernisms in Walcott's The Sea at Dauphin." Comparative American Studies 8.2 (2010):
"Transatlantic Fugue: Self and Solidarity in the Black and Green Atlantics." The Black and Green Atlantic. Ed. David Lloyd and Peter O'Neill. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 149-64.
Two Early Modern Marriage Sermons: Henry Smith’s A Preparative to Marriage (1591) and William Whately’s A Bride-Bush (1623). Edition. Routledge, 2016.
"The Scandals of Shakespeare's Sonnets." ELH 77 (2010): 477-508
The World of Shakespeare's Sonnets: An Introduction. McFarland, 2008. Selected as a 2008 Choice Outstanding Academic Title.
Defending Literature in Early Modern England: Renaissance Literary Theory in Social Context, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
"Slander, Renaissance Discourses of Sodomy, and Othello," ELH 66 (1999): 261-76.
Books for Children, Books for Adults: Age and the Novel from Defoe to James. Cambridge University Press, 2014.
Lame Captains and Left-Handed Admirals: Amputee Officers in Nelson’s Navy. University of Virginia Press, 2021.
“Other Amputee Officers in Nelson’s Navy,” Journal for Maritime Research. Volume 23, No. 1 (2021).
“Children Are Helpless”: 18th-Century Children’s Literature and Disability,” The Lion and the Unicorn, Fall 2021.
“’Infinite Others: Catherine Valente and Middle-Eastern Folklore,” article co-written with Fizza Fatima (undergraduate student). Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, Spring 2022.
The Moving Body and the English Romantic Imaginary. Routledge, 2021. Routledge Studies in Romanticism Series.
Royal Romances: Sex, Scandal, and Monarchy in Print, 1780-1821. Palgrave MacMillan, 2010.
Emma, by Jane Austen. Edited with an introduction, explanatory notes, and selected contemporary documents. Broadview Press, 2004, 2022 (forthcoming). A Broadview Literary Texts edition.
"Bodies in play: boxing, dance, and the science of recreation” (coauthored with Mark Schoenfield, Vanderbilt University). Playing Games in Nineteenth-Century Britain and America. Eds. Ann R. Hawkins, Erin Bistline, and Maura Ives. SUNY Press (forthcoming, 2021).
“Looking at the Case against Her: Intertextuality in Queen Caroline Prints.” The Green Bag (Spring 2021).
“The Politics of Extraction: Blackwood’s and The Imperial.” Romantic Periodicals in the Twenty-first Century: 12 Case Studies from Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine. Eds. Nicholas Mason and Tom Mole. Edinburgh UP, October 2020. Edinburgh Critical Studies in Romanticism Series.
“Nationalism, restoration, and Romantic ballet: Thackeray, Taglioni, and the good old (English) plan.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 41.5 (November 2019).
"Dancing in Time and Place: Figuring Englishness in Romantic Periodicals." ELH 83:3 (Fall 2016).
“Periodicals” (coauthored with Mark Schoenfield, Vanderbilt University). Handbook to Romanticism Studies. Ed Joel Faflak and Julia M. Wright. Oxford: Blackwell Press, 2012.
“Managing Propriety for the Regency: Jane Austen Reads the Book.” Studies in Romanticism (Summer 2009).
"The Silencing of Contingent Faculty Voices in Secret Presidential Searches." With Virginia Hoy and Deborah M. Sánchez. Academe Blog. 23 April 2020.
“Louisa Jacobs and African American Women’s Mutual Support in the Post-Reconstruction Era.” Review of Mary Maillard, ed., Whispers of Cruel Wrongs: The Correspondence of Louisa Jacobs and Her Circle, 1879-1911. Resources for American Literary Study Vol 40, 2018.
“Poetic Representations of African-American Soldiers.” Teaching the Literatures of the American Civil War, ed. Colleen Glenney Boggs. New York: MLA, 2016.
“Emily Clemens Pearson.” Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 29.2 (Summer 2012): 300-317 (profile and reprint of Pearson’s sketch “Old Delia”).
Barbaric Culture and Black Critique: Black Antislavery Writers, Religion, and the Slaveholding Atlantic. Charlottesville VA: University of Virginia Press, 2015.
“Dividing a Nation; Uniting a People: African-American Literature and the Abolitionist Movement.” Cambridge History of African-American Literature.” Eds. Maryemma Graham and Jerry W. Ward, Jr. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, pp. 66-90).
“The Problem of Historical Consciousness in the Relation of African-American Studies to Modernity.” A Companion to African-American Studies. Eds. Lewis R. Gordon and Jane Gordon. (Malden MA: Blackwell Press, 2006, pp. 377-399).
Interview on Early Black Intellectual Resistance. “With Good Reason.” (Interviewer, Sarah McConnell). Virginia Foundation for the Humanities/ National Public Radio. Summer 2019.
Interview for book, Barbaric Culture and Black Critique. (Interviewer, Adam McNeil). “New Books in African American Studies.” Fall 2018.
Anthologies of African American Writing. Digital project. 2021- .
"Picaresque Novel." The Encyclopedia of the Novel. Ed. Peter Melville Logan, et al. 2 vols. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
"Literature, Fictiveness, and Postcolonial Criticism." Novel 43.1 (2010): 189-96.
Before the Empire of English: Literature, Provinciality, and Nationalism in Eighteenth-Century Britain. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
"Fractured Meanings: Hudibras and the Historicity of the Literary Text." ELH 62 (1995): 529-49.
"Nationalism and Contemporaneity: Political Economy of a Discourse." Cultural Critique 26 (1993-94): 191-229.