Honors and Awards
- University Research and Creativity Grant, Sacred Heart University, "Eighteenth Century Global Connections in Martha Wilmot's Letters," Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Ireland, 2016
- First Year Seminar: Jane Austen’s Guide to Dating
- Experiencing Literature
- British Traditions I
- British Traditions II
- Honors Seminar: Jane Austen and Popular Culture
- Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
- British Romantic Literature
- British Victorian Literature
- Postcolonial Women Writers
- Senior Capstone: Ways of Reading Romantic Literature
Dr. Pamela Buck
Department of English
Sacred Heart University
5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825
Articles & Book Chapters (3)
Prints, Panoramas, and Picturesque Travel in Dorothy Wordsworth’s Journal of a Tour on the Continent English Faculty Publications (2015)
This essay examines Dorothy Wordsworth’s engagement in and critique of the picturesque tour during her 1820 visit to Switzerland in Journal of a Tour on the Continent.
From Russia with Love: Souvenirs and Political Alliance in Martha Wilmot’s The Russian Journals English Faculty Publications (2013)
Although virtually unknown in literary studies today, Martha Wilmot's The Russian Journals remains an important text on the material circulation of things in an increasingly global eighteenth-century world.The Russian Journals describes her stay in Russia ...
Collecting an Empire: The Napoleonic Louvre and the Cabinet of Curiosities in Catherine Wilmot’s An Irish Peer on the Continent English Faculty Publications (2011)
This essay uses Anglo-Irish writer Catherine Wilmot's travel journal An Irish Peer on the Continent of 1801–3 to examine the relationship between collecting and empire in the Napoleonic period. Wilmot's journal shows how the Louvre ...
Book Reviews (1)
Popular Press (4)
Nine Faculty Members Earn Tenure SHU News (2016)
Sacred Heart University reaffirmed its commitment to academic excellence when the Board of Trustees awarded tenure to nine faculty members recently.The newly tenured faculty members, who all received promotions from assistant professor to associate professor, ...