- Ph.D., English, 1979. The Graduate School, City
University of New York. Dissertation Title:
Richardson, Romance, and Reverie. Advisor: Prof. Robert
- B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Dept. Honors
Award in English, 1969. Queens College of the City
University of New York.
- Senior Year of Study Abroad, Chancellor's Scholarship,
1968-69. Leeds University, England.
- "Now hope has died," from Veronica Gambara's "Or passata e speranza," in Letters to the World: Poems from the Wom-Po Listserv, edd. Moira Richards, Rosemary Starace, Lesley Wheeler, preface by Annie Finch, introduction by D'Arcy Randall. Los Angeles: Red Hen Press, 2008.
- Amaro Lagrimar and Secret Sacred Woods, complete translations (two full books) of the poetry of Vittoria Colonna and Veronica Gambara, at Fiera Lingue, Poets Corner
- "Masculinity and Epistolarity in Andrew Davies's Trollope Films" [HKHWR, TWWLN], Upstairs and Downstairs: The British Historical Costume
Drama on TV (from The Forsyte Saga to Downton Abbey), edd. Julie Taddeo and James Leggott, Scarecrow Press,
to be published late Spring 2014
- "Trollope on Television: Intertexuality in the Pallisers and Other Trollpe Films,
Adaptations: Teaching British Literature of the Nineteenth Century and
Film, ed. Abigail Burnham Bloom. Cumbria Press, 2010.
- 'People that marry can never part': An Intertextual Reading of Northanger Abbey, Persuasions Online:31:1, Winter
- "Jane Austen in French", published in Ekleksographia Wave Two, October 2009.
- "Trollope's Comfort Romances for men: Heterosexual Heroism in his Work," The Victorian Web.
Last modified 11 June 2010
- "The Three Northanger Abbey films, published on Jane
Austen Today and Jane Austen's World.
- "Jane's Aunt Jane Probably Stole that Lace", The Life and Times of Jane Leigh-Perrot, at the Jane Austen Centre, the online magazine of the Jane Austen Center and Costume Museum at Bath;
updated "How Jane's Aunt Jane stole that lace: her pre-meditated shoplifting." at Reveries
Under the Sign of Austen, October 13, 2012.
- "Continent Isolated: Anglocentricity in Austen Criticism:" Re-Drawing Austen: Picturesque Travels in Austenland [English translation of Italian title], edd. Beatrice Battaglia and Diego Saglia. Napoli: Liguori Editore, 2005. Pp. 325-338. Invited Essay for Roundtable to be published as part of a series of papers from and about conferences held at the University of Bologna, most centrally the one held on October 18, 2002: Jane Austen: Oggi e ieri [Then and Now].
- "Johnson-and-Boswell Forever!" in the Johnsonian Newsletter, LV:2 (2004): 22-26.
- "Taking Sides", Studies in the Novel, 36: 2 (2004): 251-69. An Invited Essay-Review of Leah Price's
The Anthology and the Rise of the Novel, Neil McCaw, George Eliot and Victorian
Historiography: Imagining the National Past,
and Barbara Tepa Lupack, ed. Nineteenth-Century Women at the Movies: Adapting
Classic Women's Fiction to Film.
- "Recent Trends in Feminist Scholarship: A Review-Essay" of Troost, Linda, ed. Eighteenth Century Women: Studies in Their Lives, Work, and
Culture, Vol 1. New York: AMS Press, 2002 for the The East-Central Intelligencer:
The Newsletter of the East-Central/American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, N. S. 17/2 (2003), 24-31.
- "On Reading Divergent
Fanny Burney d'Arblays", Burney Letter, 8:2 (Fall 2002), pp. 13-15
- Per Lettere: An Essay-Review on Per
lettere: La scrittura epistolare femminile tra archivio e
tipografia, secoli XV-XVII, ed. and introd.
Gabriella Zarri, Rome: Viella. 1999. The Sixteenth Century
Journal: The Journal of Early Modern Studies,
33/2 (2001), 632-636.
- "On First Encountering Fanny Burney d'Arblay,"
Burney Letter, Vol 6 No 2 (Fall 2000), 10
- "A Calendar For Sense and Sensibility",
Philological Quarterly, 79 (Fall 2000), 233-266.
- "Fanny is Us," Burney Letter, Vol 6 No 1
(Spring 2000), pp. 1&6
- "Jane Austen on Film." An Essay-Review on
Jane Austen Goes to the Movies. Linda V. Troost,
Editor. Issue No. 48 of Topic: A Journal of the
Liberal Arts (Washington and Jefferson College,
November 1997). The East-Central Intelligencer: The
Newsletter of the East-Central/American Society for
Eighteenth-Century Studies N.S. 12 (Sept. 1998),
12-17. This is accompanied by a bibliography of studies of film adaptations of Jane Austen's novels
"Six Elegiac Poems, Possibly by Anne Cecil de Vere, Countess of Oxford",
the original version of the essay and texts first published in English Literary
Renaissance, 19 (1989), 152-70.
- "Orinda, Rosania, Lucasia
et alia, Towards a New Edition
of the Works of Katherine Philips". This version of an essay
originally published in Philological Quarterly,
66 (1987), 325-354, has been updated to include new information
and apperars with a reprint of Philips's once famous and today almost unknown translation
of a pastoral "Golden Age" poem, "La Solitude" by Antoine Girard
Saint-Amant (1594-1661) as "Solitude."
- with C. Perri, "Allusion Studies: An International
Annotated Bibliography, 1921-77," Style, 13
- A review of The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen, edd. Edward Copeland and Juliet McMaster. Second edition.
For The Eighteenth Century: A current Bibliography.
- A Review of Lisa L. Moore, Sister Arts: The Erotics of Lesbian Lanscape. University of Minnsota Press, 2011.
For The Eighteenth Century: A current Bibliography.
- A Review of The Early Journals and Letters of Fanny Burney, Volume V, 1782-1783, edd.Lars Troide and Steward J. Cooke.
Montreal: McGill-Queens, 2012. For The Burney Journal, Spring-summer 2013.
- A Review of Susan Staves. A Literary History of Women's Writing in Britain, 1660-1789. Cambridge University Press, 2006. Late spring/early
summer 2013. For The Intelligencer. Fall 2013.
- A Review of Christopher Hodson. The Arcadian Diaspora: An Eighteenth Century History. Oxford University Press, 2012. Will appear in
The Intelligencer in March 2013
- A Review of From Prada to Nada, 2010 film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility, BSECS, Media
Reviews, 31 December 2012
- A review of The Later Manuscripts, edd. Janet Todd and Linda Bree, part of The Cambridge Editions of the
Works of Jane Austen. Cambridge University Press, 2008. For August 2012 The Eighteenth Century: A current Bibliography
- A Review of Nussbaum, Felicity. Rival Queens: Actresses, Performance, and the Eighteenth Century Theater. Philadelphia:
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. For spring 2012 Intelligencer
- Trouille, Mary. Wife Abuse in eighteenth century France. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2000.
The Intelligencer, N.S. 25:3 (October 2011):11-15.
- The Politics of Gender in Anthony Trollope's Novels: New Readings for the Twenty-First Century,
Margaret Markwick, Deborah Denenholz Morse, and Reginia Gagnier, edds. Farnham Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing Co, 2009. To appear
in Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 33:2 (May 2011):190-92.
- MacCarthy, William. Anne Barbauld: Voice of the
Enlightenment. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2008. Eighteenth-Century
Intelligencer, N. S. 23:3 (September 2009):54-60.
- Brundin, Abigail. Vittoria Colonna and the Spiritual Poetics
of the Italian Reformation. Hampshire: Ashdate, 2008. For
Renaissance Quarterly. It was written for the winter 2009
issue. Not yet published.
- Jennings, Judith. Gender, Religion, and Radicalism in the Long
Eighteenth Century: The 'Ingenious Quaker and Her Connections.
Hampshire: Ashgate, 2006. Eighteenth-Century
Intelligencer, N.S. 22:3 (September 2008):21-25.
- Baker, William. A Critical Companion to Jane Austen: A
Literary Reference to Her Life and Work. New York: Facts on
File, Infobase Publishing, 2008, Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer, NS, 22:2 (2008):43-46.
- Seelig, Sharon Cadman. Autobiography and Gender in Early
Modern Literature: Reading Women's Lives, 1600-1680,
Renaissance Quarterly, 60:2 (2007):675-677.
- Backscheider, Paula R. Eighteenth-Century Women Poets and Their Poetry: Inventing Agency, Inventing Genre. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 2005. Appeared in The Eighteenth Century Intelligencer, N. S. 20:3 (September 2006):42-46.
- Couchman, Jane and Ann Crabb, ed., introd. Women's Letters Across Europe, 1400-1700. London: Ashgate, 2004. Appeared in Renaissance Quarterly, 49:3 (Fall 2006): 930-32
- McDonagh, Josephine. Child Murder & British Culture: 1720-1900. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Appeared in Keats-Shelley Journal, LIV (2005): 199-202.
- Crachun, Adriana. Fatal Women of Romanticism. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Appeared in Keats-Shelley Journal, LIV (2005): 199-202.
- Borsay, Peter. The Image of Georgian Bath, 1700-200: Towns, Heritage, and
History. Oxford University Press, 2000. Appeared in Scriblerian, 37:1 (Autumn 2004): 89-90.
- Gross, Gloria Sybil. In a Fast Coach with a Pretty Woman: Jane Austen and Samuel Johnson. AMS Press, 2002. Appeared in The East-Central Intelligencer: The Newsletter of the East-Central/American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, N.S. 18:3 (Sept 2004): 30-32.
- Sol, Antoinette Marie. Textual Promiscuities: Eighteenth Century Critical
Rewriting. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2002. in Burney Letter, 10:2 (Fall 2004): 13-14.
- Keane Angela. Women Writers and the English Nation in the 1790s.
Cambridge University Press, 2000. A review for ECCB: The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography. To appear in the volume for 2001, scheduled to be published in 2004.
- Anne Kelley, Catharine Trotter: An early modern writer in the
vanguard of feminism in the Scriblerian, 36:1 (August 2003): 58-59.
- The Anne Finch Wellesley Manuscript Poems A
Critical Edition, Barbara McGovern and Charles H. Hinnant
edd. in The Scriblerian, 33/2 (2001), pp. 203-
- Tom W. N. Parker, Proportional Form
in the Sonnets of the Sidney Circle in The Sixteenth
Century Journal: The Journal of Early Modern
Studies, 31/1 (2000), 197-200.
- Moreland Perkins, Reshaping the Sexes
in Sense and Sensibility in The Journal of English
and Germanic Philology, 99:1 (January 2000), 141-43.
- Alistair Fox, The English
Renaissance Identity and Representation in Elizabethan
England in The Sixteenth Century Journal: The
Journal of Early Modern Studies 29 (1998), 511-14
- Toni Bowers, The Politics of
Motherhood: British Writing and Culture, 1680-1760 in
The East-Central Intelligencer: The Newsletter of the
East-Central/American Society for Eighteenth-Century
Studies, N.S. 10 (Sept. 1996), 19-21.
- Trollope Studies at the University of Leuven, Conference to be held September 17 to Saturday September 19 2015 in the Irish College conference venue in Leuven, Belgium.
My paper to be on Nicholas Birns's panel on Australia: "On Living in a New Country: Inventing an Australian Identity"
- Call for Papers: Accepted Panel proposal and paper for coming EC/ASECS conference: Retirement, Reappraisal, and Renewal in the 18th Century, Nov 7-9, 2013, Doubletree Hotel, Philadelphia.
I will contribute a paper on Anne Finch's Poetry of Retirment: "I on Myself Can Live."
- "Mapping Trollope; or, Trollope as geographer," a paper to be presented at coming Sharp Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
July 18-23, 2013, Geographies of the Book.
- Call for Papers: '"R-e-s-p-e-c-t: For actresses and women playwrights respect and favorable reputation matter." A panel for
the upcoming EC/ASECS (proposed by me) for annual meeting, November 1-3, 2012, at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore on the
Inner Harbour. Topic for conference: "What does Infamy Matter?"
- "The Nightmare of History in Ann Radcliffe's Landscapes. Paper
delivered at South Central ASECS, Grove Park Inn, February 23, 2012. For Panel, "'Terrifying Prospects & Psychological Landscapes -- Visions and Vistas of the Gothic.".
South Central ASECS, February 23-26, 2012, Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina
- Occupy (!) the letters: how Austen's letters reveal women's bodies are her fictions' arena, Submitted proposal for breakout sessions for 2011 JASNA, Brooklyn, NYC: "Sex, Power, and
Money" in Jane Austen's Fiction," October 5-7, 2012
- 'Where did it come from?': extra-diegetic storytelling in the illustrations for Anthony Trollope's novels<" Spring Conference to be
held at Columbia University, April 13-15, 2012 Victorian Clichés and Orthodoxies.
- "'I have a right to choose my own life:" Liberty in Winston Graham's Poldark novels. With
my Proposal for my paper EC/ASECS, Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, Pa, November 3-6, 2011
- Call for Papers: Liberty in historical, post-colonial and rewritten novels set in the long 18th century. A Panel
for EC/ASECS (proposed by me), Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, Pa, November 3-6, 2011. Other panelists: Geoffrey
Sills, Talissa Ford, Sylvia Marks
- People that marry can never part: real and romantic gothicism in Northanger Abbey. Accepted proposal for
breakout sessions for upcoming JASNA, Portland, Maine, October 28-31, 2010. "Jane Austen and the Abbey: Mystery, Mayhem and Muslin in Portland.
- "What right have you to detain me here:" Rape in Clarissa. Accepted proposal for upcoming pane
ASECS, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 18-21, 2010. 'He said, she said': Rape in 18th-Century Law, Fiction, and Moralist Writing.
Chairperson: Mary Trouille.
- "How you all must have laughed: Such a witty masquerade:"
Clarissa 1991. For panel at upcoming
ASECS, Richmond, Virginia, March 26-29, 2009. "The Eighteenth-Century on Film.
Chairperson: John O'Neill. Panelists: David Richter and Beatrice Fink.
- "The Gothic Northanger Abbey: A Re-Evaluation." For
panel at upcoming EC/ASECS, Georgetown University, November 6-9,
2008. "Re-evaluating Austen." Chairperson: Elizabeth Lambert.
Panelists: Manuel Schonhorn, Elizabeth Lambert, Ellen Moody
- "'A hole in the manuscript big enough to put your finger through:' the misframing of Anne Halkett's autobiography." For panel at ASECS 22-25 March 2006, Atlanta, Georgia. "Paratexts." Chair: Caroline Breashears. Panelists: Stephen Szilagyi, Pat Rogers, Evan Davis.
- "'Cast out from respectability a while:' Anne Murray Halkett's Life in the Manuscripts." (Working title). For panel at coming EC/ASECS 26-29 October 2006, at Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Bibliography, Textual Studies, and Book History. Chair: Eleanor Shevlin. Panelists: Ellen Moody, William E. Rivers and John Heins
- "Trollope's Comfort Romances for Men: Heterosexual Male Heroism in his Work." For panel at upcoming Trollope Conference July 17-19, 2006: Trollope and Gender. Exeter University, Exeter, Devon, UK. "Performing Masculinity. Gender and Narrative Construction I." Chair: Deborah Denenholz Morse. Panelists : Ellen Moody, Michelle Mouton, David Skilton. My paper centers on Miss Mackenzie, Is He Popenjoy? and Ayala's Angel.
- "Women in Cyberspace." Panel at ASECS in 30 March - 2 April 2006, Montreal, Canada. "Eighteenth Century Women Writers After the Digital Turn." Roundtable for the Woman's Caucus. Other speakers: Isobel Grundy, University of Alberta, Suzan Van Duke, Universite of d'Utrecht Institut de Recherches en Histoire et Cultures. Chair: Lori Davis-Perry, United States Air Force Academy.
- "'I hate such parts as we have plaid today': In Praise of Anne Finch and Mary Wortley Montagu's Mordant Muse (emphasis added)". Panel at the EC/ASECS October 2004 meeting at Cape May. "Lives, Lyrics and the Healing Arts." Henry Fulton, Chair. Panelists: Mary Margaret Stewart, Ellen Moody, Luanne T. Frank.
- "Continent Not Isolated: Jane Austen
Among French Women". Panel at the EC/ASECS
October 2003 meeting at the University of Pittsburg at Greensboro: "English Literature in France."
Margaret Koehler, Chair. Panelists: Walter Gershuny,
Ellen Moody, Robert Frail.
- "A Website: Freedom of the Press Belongs
to the Woman Who Owns One". Two panels, the first at
the EC/ASECS October 2002 meeting at Rosemont College, Pennsylvania, and the second (a revised version)
at the ISECS/ASECS August 2003 meeting at UCLA:
"Publishing on the Web: Differing Approaches
and Experiences. Theodore E. Braun, Chair.
Panelists: Kevin Berland, Jack Lynch, Ellen Moody.
Scholarly online etexts; all archived on MARS at GMU
- An etext of Isabelle de Montolieu's Caroline de
with accompanying notes on the text, source, a contemporary translation and illustration, biography and selections from Châteaux Suisses, Portrait Life, and working bibliography.
- An extext of Sophie Cottin's (née Marie Risteau) Amélie Mansfield, with an accompanying textual note and a bibliography.
- An etext edition of The Autobiography of Anne Murray, Lady Halkett, ed. John Gough Nicols (Westminster Camden Society), New Series, No. 13, 1875), corrected and supplemented by the more recent edition of the memoir by John Loftis, her diary, and essays. See essay and bibliography provided by Suzanne Trille (University of Edinburgh): Lady Anne Halkett (1621 (?)-1699), Diarist, Autobiographer, Political Writer, Woman of letters.
- Apollo's Muse, a program of words and music
presenting the life and poetry of Anne Kingsmill Finch,
Countess of Winchilsea. Commissioned by Musica
Dolce, a baroque ensemble: Linda Brand, Helena Brown,
Donna Dean, Joanna Levine. A shortened version was first
performed at Brunel University in February 2001.
- Anne Finch: I On Myself Can Live: A
Study of the Life and Poetry of Anne Kingsmill Finch,
Countess of Winchilsea. Five of a planned eleven
- A Chronology of the
Poems of Anne Finch, with notes, and texts of selected
poems. The Chronology is complete.
- All the as yet unattributed
and unpublished poems
by Anne Finch
Source Texts for Anne Finch's Translations, Adaptations,
- Anne Finch and Mary
Wortley Montagu: Sister Poets
- Anne Finch as a
Translator: The Development of Her Technique in her Original Poetry through the Practice
of Translation," with A Bibliography of Translation Studies
- An essay on translation: "On translating Veronica Gambara and Vittoria Colonna"
- Vittoria Colonna: Amaro
Lagrimar: A Translation of all her poetry. Accompanied by a complete bibliography.
Dark Voyage: A Literary Biography of Vittoria
Colonna, including portraits of Vittoria Colonna,
Ferrante Francesco d'Avalos, Marchese of Pescara,
Outline of Planned Biography and First Chapter,
"Pawn and Wife".
A Review of Per lettera: La scrittura epistolare
femminile tra archivio e tipografia, secoli XV-XVII,
ed. and introd. Gabriella Zarri.
- Veronica Gambara: a portrait life, Under the Sign of Dido; an Essay on the Process of
Translation; notes On the Attribution of the Poetry of
Veronica Gambara to Vittoria Colonna; and Secret
Sacred Woods: A Translation of all her poetry,
including her famed Stanze.
Trollope: British Novelist (1815-1881): includes
complete chronlogy of Trollope's writing life;
descriptions and reproductions of the original and 20th
century illustrations of Trollope's novels (for 25 of his
47 novels); essay-postings from readings and discussions
of Trollope's novels, short stories and one travel book; all with accompanying bibliographies.
- Jane Austen and Time, calendars drawn from the novels, accompanied by essays and bibliographies, and a chronology of her writing life.
- An Austen Miscellany: Recent editions of the novels; The Austen movies; Jane Austen and Bath; Readings of the Novels and Literary Criticism. Papers published on various sites on the Net (e.g., The Jane Austen Centre Online Magazine, Jane Austen's World)
- An etext edition of The Letters of Lady Brilliana Harley, introd., notes by Thomas Taylor Lewis (Herefordshire and London: Camden Society, 1853). Vols 58-59. See Lady Brilliana Harley (1598-1645)
- An etext edition of An Apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy. (1731?-1788) Late of Covent Garden Theatre. Written by Herself. To which is annexed, her original letter to John Calcraft, Esq. advertised to be published in October 1767, but which was then violently suppressed. The second edition. In five volumes. Edited by Alexander Bicknell. London, printed for the author, and sold by J. Bell, 1785. See "Theatrical Literature" and George Anne Bellamy
- Women's Poetry: A canon, foremother poets, anthologies and handbooks
- The Poldark novels and Winston Graham's writing: on historical fiction, film adaptations
- Film adaptation studies: The Pallisers, Eighteenth Century Films, Andrew Davies's corpus
- Two on-going academic blogs: Reveries under the Sign of Austen: Austen and 18th century studies, women's art;
Ellen and Jim have a blog, two: modern & 19th century cultural studies; recent & popular books, movies & the arts.
Published Reviews and Appreciations
- Tremblay, Isabella. A review of my Isabelle de Montolieu (1751-1832) site. Caroline de Lichtfield, ou Mimoires d'une Famille Prussienne, ed. Ellen Moody. http://www .jimandellen.org/ montolieu/ caroline.show.html.
Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 22:4 (Summer 2010):739-741.
- Norton, Rictor. "Introduction" to his Sodomites, Mollies, Sapphists and Tommies, a volume in Eighteenth-Century British Erotica, gen. edd. Alexander Pettit and Patrick Spedding. Pickering and Chatto, 2004.
- Birchall, Diana. Preface to In Defense of Mrs Elton, to be republished with Mrs Elton in America as Mrs Elton in America and Other Stories by Egerton House, UK, 2004.
- Faber, Michel. The Crimson Petal.
- Thorn, Michael. William Cowper. London:
Greenwich Exchange, 1996
- Griffiths, Kelley. Writing Essays about Literature:
A Guide and Style Sheet. Fifth Edition. Harcourt
Brace College. 1993.
- On my published book, Trollope on the 'Net:A revolutionary review
of Trollope and why we read him: by Tyler Tichelaar, novelist, scholar.
Essays On My Work
- Pósfay, Éva, "Isabelle de Montolieu (1751-1832)
and Her Readers," The East-Central Intelligencer, N. S. 17:3 (2003), 10-12.
- Vivian-Neale, Henry. "Postings from the Internet,"
Trollopiana: The Journal of the Trollope Society,
34 (August 1996), 7-8.
- Letts, John, Chairman of the Trollope Society.
"Interetiquette," Trollopiana: The Journal of the
Trollope Society, 33 (May 1996), 4-6.
- Lecturer/Instructor in English. George Mason University, 4400 University
Drive, Fairfax, Va. 22030. 1988-2012. Now retired, affiliated for library access.
- Professorial Lecturer in Literature. American
University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave., N. W., Washington,
D. C.. Telephone: 1-202-885-2971. 8/86-12/91.
- Lecturer in English. University of Virginia, Northern Regional
Center, 2990 Telestar Court, Falls Church, Va. 22042.
Telephone: 703-876-6924. 8/86-6/88.
- Field Reader. Fund for the Improvement of
Postsecondary Education, U. S. Dept. of Education,
Application Control Center, GSA Building, Rm 3633,
Washington, D. C. 1985.
- Graduate Fellow. Queens College, CUNY, 65-30 Kissena
Blvd., Flushing, N. Y. 11367. 9/74-6/76.
- Adjunct Lecturer. Brooklyn College, CUNY, Bedford Ave. and
Ave. H., Brooklyn, New York. 11210. 9/72-6/74.
- Library Research Assistant. English Dept., Graduate
School, CUNY, 33 West 42nd Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10036.
- Administrative Assistant. John Waddington Ltd.,
Leeds, England. 1/70-6/70.
- Legal Secretary. Federal Aviation Agency, JFK
Airport, New York. 7/63-8/65.
Honors and Awards
CUNY University Fellowship for 1979.
American Association of University Women Fellowship, 1978-9.
Regents Scholarship for Beginning Graduate Study, 1970-1.
Nomination for Wilson Award, 1969.
Chancellor's Scholarship to attend Leeds University, 1968-9.
Departmental Honors Award in English, Queens College, 1969.
American Society and British Societies for Eighteenth-Century Studies
American Literary Translators Association
Edith Wharton Society
George Sand Association
International Virginia Woolf Society
Jane Austen Society of North America
North American Victorian Studies Association
Renaissance Society of America
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Assocation
Sharp: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing
Trollope Society (NY)
My dossier includes numbers of letters of recommendation and
observations of my teaching, and is available from the Placement
Office of the Graduate School, CUNY, 365 Fifth Ave.,
N.Y. N. Y. 10016, Telephone 1-212-817-7500.