Research & Scholarship
“The Prelude as a Philosophical Poem,” in Oxford Handbook of William Wordsworth, ed. Richard Gravil and Daniel Robinson. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
“Time as Space in the Structure of (Literary) Experience: The Prelude,” in Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Literary Studies, ed. Lisa Zunshine. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming)
“Integrating the Study of Cognition, Literature, and History,” in Cognition, Literature, and History, ed. Mark J. Bruhn and Donald R. Wehrs. New York: Routledge, 2014. 1-14.
“Romantic Reflections: Toward a Cultural History of Introspection in Mind Science,” in Cognition, Literature, and History, ed. Mark J. Bruhn and Donald R. Wehrs. New York: Routledge, 2014. 209-228.
“Mind Out of Time: Wordsworth and Neurophenomenology,” European Romantic Review 24.4 (2013): 421-436.
“Exchange Values: Poetics and Cognitive Science,” Poetics Today 32.3 (2011): 403-460.
“Harmonious Madness: The Poetics of Analogy at the Limits of Blending Theory,” Poetics Today 32.4 (2011): 619-662.
“Romanticism and the Cognitive Science of Imagination,” Studies in Romanticism 48.4 (2009): 543-564.
“Shelley’s Theory of Mind: From Radical Empiricism to Cognitive Romanticism,” Poetics Today 30.3 (2009): 373-422.
“Cognition and Representation in Wordsworth’s London,” Studies in Romanticism 45.2 (2006): 157-180.
“Place Deixis and the Schematics of Imagined Space: Milton to Keats,” Poetics Today 26.3 (2005): 387-432.
Four Figures of the Renaissance, Linguistic Approaches to Literature, Literary Analysis, Literature and Economics, Romantics on the Mind, Victorian Literature