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Publications

PUBLICATIONS

 

Books

William Godwin and the Theatre (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010).

The Plays of William Godwin (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010).

 

Digital Editions

The Diary of William Godwin, (eds) Victoria Myers, David O'Shaughnessy, and Mark Philp (Oxford: Oxford Digital Library, 2010).

 http://godwindiary.bodleian.ox.ac.uk

Winner of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Digital Prize 2012


Edited Collections

Bodleian Library Record: Special Issue on William Godwin, (eds) David O’Shaughnessy and Mark Philp, 24:1 (April 2011)

 

Journal Articles / Chapters in books

‘Godwin and the Politics of Playgoing' in The Oxford Handbook to Georgian Theatre. (eds) Julia Swindells and David Francis Taylor, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2013).

Caleb Williams and the Philomaths: recalibrating political justice for the nineteenth century’, Nineteenth-Century Literature (forthcoming 2012).

‘The tendency of knowledge is to correct vice and idleness’: Godwin and University College, London’ in Informal Romanticism, ed. James Vigus, Studien zur Englischen Romantik (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, forthcoming 2012).

'Godwin, Shelley, and the 'free communication of intellect'’ Bodleian Library Record 25:1 (forthcoming 2012)

‘‘Irishing’ the rise of the novel: Vertue Rewarded (1693) and Irish Tales (1716)’ Eighteenth-Century Ireland,25 (forthcoming 2012) [review article]

‘‘This is the dread hour, / That must decide the fate of England!’: Godwin’s St Dunstan’ in Godwinian Moments: From Enlightenment to Romanticism, (eds) Victoria Myers and Bob Maniquis, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011)

‘Introduction’ (with Mark Philp) Bodleian Library Record: Special Issue on William Godwin, (eds) David O’Shaughnessy and Mark Philp, 24:1 (April 2011).

‘‘The Vehicle he has Chosen’: Pointing out the Theatricality of Caleb Williams’. History of European Ideas, 33:1 (March 2007) 54-71.

St Dunstan and De Occulta Philosophia: An Inspiration for Godwin’s St Leon’. Notes & Queries, 53:3 (September 2006) 314-315.

‘Kotzebue and Thompson’s The Stranger: A New Source for Godwin’s St Leon’. Notes & Queries, 52:4 (December 2005) 452-456.

‘The Hegemony of the Paratext: An tOiléanach and The Islandman’ in New Voices in Irish Criticism 5, (eds)Ruth Connolly and Ann Coughlan (Dublin: Four Courts, 2005).

‘Ambivalence in Castle Rackrent’. The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 25 (1999) 427–440.

 

Other

Entry on ‘William Godwin’ for The Encyclopedia of Modern Political Thought, ed. Gregory Claeys(Washington: CQ Press, forthcoming 2011)

‘Evolution Confounded: Charles O’Shaughnessy’s Rebuttal of Darwin’, History Ireland, 17:3 (May/June 2009) 24-27.

‘A Cursory Consideration of William Godwin’. Literature Compass, 2:1 (January 2005) **-**.

 

 

Reviews for Enlightenment & Dissent, Review of English Studies, Nineteenth-Century Literature, BARS Bulletin, Charles Lamb Bulletin, and Notes & Queries.