articles, public and scholarly

“In between memory and discovery: The Franklin Expedition story continues to grow.” Editorial, Kingston Whig-Standard 9 October (2018)

“‘Never mind the dog’: Experimental Subjects in Wilkie Collins’s Heart and Science and H.G. Wells’s The Island of Doctor Moreau” Wilkie Collins Journal September (2018)

“‘Widows’ Men’: The Admiralty Board, Precedent, and Pensions for the Widows of the Lost Franklin Expedition” Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History August 2018

“Cornwall and Kamtchatka: Domesticating Cornwall through Pedestrian Travel in Wilkie Collins’s Rambles Beyond Railways” Wilkie Collins Journal September (2017)

“Introduction: Arts and Sciences.” Critical Introduction to Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association, “Arts and Sciences.” Fall (2016)

“Arts and Sciences.” Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association. Co-editor with Jason Arthur (Rockhurst). Fall (2016)

“‘Dyin’ ain’t much of a livin’: The Ethics of Rebellion in The Outlaw Josey Wales” English Studies in Canada 42.3-4 (2016)

Northern Regions (1825): A New Template for Imperial Children.” The Lion and the Unicorn 39.3 (2015)

“Franklin’s Ships Discovered in Watson Hall.” Editorial,  Queen’s Alumni Review 4 (2014)

“Travel: A Personal Experience.” Guest Blog, Berghahn’s Journal Blog 25 September (2014)

“On the Letters of Lady Franklin.” Guest Blog, McGill-Queen’s University Press Blog 17 September (2014)

“‘Adapted for Travellers in General’: En Route with the British Admiralty’s Manual of Scientific Enquiry (1849).” Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing 15.1 (2014)

“‘One remarkable evening’: Redemptive Science in Wilkie Collins’s Heart and Science.” Journal of Literature and Science 7.1 (2014)

“‘One of the bright objects that solace us in these regions’: Labour, Leisure, and the Arctic Shipboard Periodical, 1820-1852.” Victorian Periodicals Review 46.3 (2013)

“‘A tribute of respect to the dead’: Narrative Containment and Focal Substitutions in Leopold McClintock’s The Voyage of the Fox.” Nineteenth-Century Prose 40.1 (2013)

“‘In sum, evil has prevailed’: The Moral Morass of Science and Exploration in Jacques Tardi’s The Arctic Marauder.” Steaming into a Victorian Future: A Steampunk Anthology. (2012)

“‘Far as the eye can reach’: Scientific Exploration and Explorers’ Poetry in the Arctic, 1825-1855. Victorian Poetry 41.1 (2003)

“On the Trail of an Arctic Tale: Tracing Sir John Franklin in Wilkie Collins’s and Charles Dickens’s The Frozen Deep.” Storytelling: Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Perspectives (2002)

“‘The Great Map of Mankind’: Corporeal Cartography and the Route to Discovery in William Blake’s MiltonEnglish Studies in Canada 27.4 (2001)