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- B.A., Tel Aviv University, 1996
- M.A., Princeton University, 2002
- Ph.D., Princeton University, 2006
My research and teaching interests include the 18th- and 19th-century novel, Romantic poetry, Irish and Scottish literature, the Scottish Enlightenment, nationalism in literature, and postcolonial theory. I am currently working on a manuscript on the centrality of the legal fiction of inheritance for the rise of the Scottish and Irish novel of the Romantic period, entitled Disputed Titles: Inheritance and the Case of the British Novel, 1798-1832.
Evan Gottlieb. Walter Scott and Contemporary Theory (Bloomsbury Academic: London and New York, 2013). (Review, forthcoming in Studies in the Novel.)
"Tending to the (National) Economy: Walter Scott's The Antiquary and 'that happy commerce' of the Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Fiction 26.2 (Winter 2013-14): 261-80.
Fiona Robertson, ed. The Edinburgh Companion to Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012. British Association for Romantic Studies Bulletin and Review 42 (June 2013): 23-24. (Review.)
"Entailing the Nation: Inheritance and History in Walter Scott's The Antiquary." Studies in Romanticism 51.2 (Summer 2012): 149-77.
Ian Duncan. Scott’s Shadow: The Novel in Romantic Edinburgh. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2007. Studies in the Novel 41.4 (Winter 2009): 490-92. (Review.)
"'Homage to the empty armour': Maria Edgeworth's Harrington and the Pathology of National Heritage." ELH 75 (Summer 2008): 439-69.
"Displaying Ireland: Lady Morgan and the Politics of Spectacular Antiquarianism." Eire-Ireland 37 (2002): 169-87.
Work in Progress:
Book manuscript: Disputed Titles: Inheritance and the Case of the British Novel, 1798-1832.
Journal article: "According to Whose Rules of Engagement?: Scott, Wordsworth, and the Question of Literary Canon."