B.A. (Yale); B.A., M.A. (Cambridge); Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor
18th-century literature, philosophy and fiction, literary theory.
- H. Noel Fieldhouse Award for Distinguished Teaching
- SSHRC Research Grant
- SSHRC Research Time Stipend
"Clarissa, Coleridge, Kant, and Klopstock: Emotionalism as Pietistic Intertext in Anglo-German Romanticism," Studies in the Literary Imagination 28.1 (1995): 125-47.
"Thomas Edwards and the Dialectics of Clarissa's Death Scene," Eighteenth-Century Life 16, n.s., 3 (1992): 130-52.
Counter-Enlightenment religious ideology and theory of the novel in Samuel Richardson's fiction; editing "Clarissa'''s Reception in the Nineteenth Century (Volume 13 of the Clarissa Project).