Threshold Modernism: New Public Women and the Literary Spaces of Imperial London. Cambridge University Press, 2019. Paperback 2021.

Woolf and the City. Coedited with Sarah Cornish. Clemson University Press, 2010.


“Reverse Imperial Ethnography and C. L. R. James’s London Writing,” Modernism/modernity 28.2 (April 2021): 311-32.

“Nation, Ethnicity, and the Geography of British Fiction, 1880-1940.” Co-authored with Matthew Wilkens. Cultural Analytics, 2018 (15,600 words).

“London Calling: Una Marson in the Colonial London Scene.” Virginia Woolf and the Common(wealth) Reader. Ed. Helen Wussow and Mary Ann Gillies. Clemson University Press, 2014. 107-14.

“Air War, Propaganda, and Woolf’s Anti-Tyranny Aesthetic.” Modern Fiction Studies 59.1 (2013): 53-82.

“Two Paths for Writing by Women in Modernist Studies.” Special issue on “The Future of Women’s Literature in Modernist Studies.” Literature Compass 10.1 (2013): 30-37.

“‘We are Photographers, Not Mountebanks!’: Spectacle, Commercial Space, and the New Public Woman.” Amy Levy: Critical Essays. Ed. Naomi Hetherington and Nadia Valman. Ohio UP, 2010. 25-46.

“Woolf’s Exploration of ‘the Outer and the Inner’: A Spatial Analysis of The Years.” The Art of Exploration. Ed. Helen Southworth and Elisa Sparks. Clemson University Press, 2006. 112-19. Rpt. in Vol. 4: 2005-2015, Virginia Woolf: Critical and Primary Sources. 4 Vols. Ed. Vara S. Neverow, Jeanne Dubino, Gill Lowe, and Katherine Simpson. Bloomsbury, 2020.

“‘Counter-Jumpers’ and ‘Queens of the Street’: The Shop Girl of Gissing and his Contemporaries.” Gissing and the City: Cultural Crisis and the Making of Books in Late-Victorian England. Ed. John Spiers. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 109-17.