Introduction (with Pamela Gay-White), The Lion and the Unicorn (2009)

Contributions to books

Where the Wild Things Are: Navigating the Advantages and Challenges of Teaching with Wikipedia, Technology in the Literature Class: Assignments and Materials (2013)


Wiki-hacking: Opening up the Academy with Wikipedia (with Anne Ellen Geller and Jon Beasley-Murray), Hacking the Academy (2011)

Digital projects


Copyright + Culture Portal (with Suzanne Scott) (2013)

Dissertation and thesis


Pixelated Primer: The New England Primer as Textbook and Website, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2013)

Publicity and the Public Sphere (respondent), American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2013)

The ABCs of Sensibility: The Literacy of Feeling, Society for the History of Children and Youth (2011)

Wiki-writing: Teaching with Wikipedia, Computers and Writing (2011)

A New Frontier: Teaching with Wikipedia (roundtable), Writing Across the Curriculum (2010)


Wikipportunities, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2010)

Bazaar Justice: Framing Citizenship and Capabilities in an Online Community (with Tamsin Lloyd), Human Development and Capabilities Approach Conference (2008)

Sermonizing Women: Christian Civic Virtue and the Public Sphere, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2005)

Performed Subjectivity: The Absence of Interiority in Pamela, Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies (2003)

The Overdetermining Religious Rhetoric(s) of Blake’s and Paine’s Theosophies, British Association for Romantic Studies (2003)