Emily A. Bernhard Jackson
(Ph.D. English Literature, Brandeis University)
English Romantic Literature, Victorian Literature, Lord Byron, historical and cultural backgrounds of English literature, film adaptations of literary works and lives
- "'Least Alone': Islands and Selves in Don Juan" (forthcoming in a collection of essays on Byron and islands, 2008).
- "Manfred's Mental Theatre and the Construction of Knowledge," SEL (Autumn 2007).
- "The Harold of a New Age: Childe Harold I and II and Byron's Rejection of Canonical Knowledge,
- " Romanticism on the Net (June 2006).
- The Broadview Anthology of British Literature: Romanticism (also wrote anthology Instructor's Guides for Percy Shelley and Lord Byron).
- "'Ah, who can love the worker of her smart?' : Anatomy, Religion, and the Puzzle of Amoret's Heart." Spenser Studies, 2005.
- "Weaving by Night and Day: Entrapment in The Lady of Shalott." The Review of the Pre-Raphaelite Society, Spring 2002.