Department of English

Dr Stephanie Russo

Stephanie Russo


Dr Stephanie Russo
Early Career Research Fellow

Contact Details
Office: W6A 623
Phone: 61-2-9850 8731
Email: stephanie.russo@mq.edu.au

 

Qualifications

BA (Hons): Macquarie University
PhD: Macquarie University

Profile

Stephanie's main area of research is English literature and culture 1700-1900, with special attention to: the history of the novel, especially women's novels; the history of ideas; women's literature; feminism and literature; historiography and representations of revolution and counter-revolution. She is currently working on research projects exploring novels and travel writings by women in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries and the novels of Mary Robinson.

Publications

Books

Revolutionary Celebrity: Mary Robinson and the History of the Novel (to be published by Brill in 2017).

Women in Revolutionary Debate: Female Novelists from Burney to Austen. Houten: HES & De Graaf, 2012.

The French Revolution and the British Novel in the Romantic Period (editor, with A.D. Cousins and Dani Napton). New  York: Peter Lang, 2011.

Book Chapters

"Introduction" (with A.D. Cousins and Dani Napton). In The French Revolution and the British Novel in the Romantic Period. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.

"A people driven by terror: Charlotte Smith, The Banished Man and the Politics of Counter-Revolution". In The French Revolution and the British Novel in the Romantic Period. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.

"In a state of terror and misery indescribable: Violence, Madness and Revolution in the novels of Frances Burney" (with A.D. Cousins) .In The French Revolution and the British Novel in the Romantic Period. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.

 "Educated in Masculine Habits: Mary Robinson, Androgyny and the Ideal Woman" (with A. D.Cousins). In The French Revolution and the British Novel in the Romantic Period. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.

Refereed journal articles

Russo, Stephanie. "Austen Approved: Pemberley Digital and the Transmedia Commodification of Jane Austen". Women's Writing, special issue on Jane Austen's Afterlives, forthcoming.

Russo, Stephanie. "The Damsel of Brittany: Mary Robinson's Angelina, Tyranny and the 1790s". English Studies, forthcoming.

Russo, Stephanie. "Rewriting Radcliffe in the Age of Victoria: Sarah Harriet Burney's The Romance of Private Life". Gothic Studies, forthcoming.

Russo, Stephanie. "The writer died at Autun in her 26th year: Genre, health tourism, and Anna Jameson's Diary of an Ennuyée". Studies in Travel Writing, forthcoming June 2016.

Russo, Stephanie. "Ovid was a mere fool to you: Clothing and nationality in Frances Burney's The Wanderer". Sydney Studies in English, 41 (2015), 31-46.

Russo, Stephanie. "The exertion of your perverted Abilities: Lady Susan and Mary Robinson's The Widow". Persuasions: the Jane Austen Journal 36 (2014), 181-191.

Russo, Stephanie. "Where virtue struggles midst a maze of snares: Mary Robinson's Vancenza (1792) and the Gothic Novel". Women's Writing 20.4 (2013), 586-601.

Russo, Stephanie and Napton, Dani, "Place in Smith's The Banished Man and Scott's Woodstock". SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 52.4 (Autumn 2012), 747-763.

Russo, Stephanie and Cousins, A.D., "Educated in Masculine Habits: Mary Robinson, Androgyny and the Ideal Woman". AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 115 (November 2011), 37-50.

Russo, Stephanie. "Would it be pleasing to me? Surveillance and Sexuality in Frances Burney's Camilla". The Burney Journal 2011, 80-93.

Teaching

Internal

ENGL120 Approaches to English Literature
ENGL303 Narrative and the Novel
ENGL306 Feminism and Literature
ENGL374 Working with Texts
ENGL703 Gender and Genre

External

ENGX206 Gothic Visions

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