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Jennifer Reed, Ph.D.

Government, Lecturer Department of Culture and Languages

Jennifer ReedDr. Jennifer Reed received her PhD from the University of Virginia in English Language and Literature. Her research focuses on eighteenth-century literature and culture and has been published in journals such as Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, and Caribbeana, as well as edited volumes including Debates in the Digital Humanities.

 

 

 

Education

  • PhD, University of Virginia, English Language and Literature
  • MSc, University of Edinburgh, Literature and Modernity
  • BA, University of Cambridge, English

Courses Taught

  • College Composition

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • “Representing Sexual Violation in the Archive of Caribbean Enslavement,” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 49 (2020): 89-107.
  • “Moving Fortunes: Caribbean Women’s Marriage, Mobility, and Money in the Novel of Sentiment,” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 31, no. 3 (2019): 509-28.
  • “Performances of Suffering and the Stagecraft of Sympathy.” In The Eighteenth Centuries: An Interdisciplinary Investigation, ed. David Gies and Cynthia Wall (Charlottesville; London: University of Virginia Press, 2018), 264-75.
  • “Making it Matter.” In Making Things and Drawing Boundaries: Experiments in the Digital Humanities (Debates in the Digital Humanities series), ed. Matthew Gold and Lauren Klein. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2018. Co-authored.
  • “Sites of Terror and Affective Geographies on Thomas Thistlewood’s Breadnut Island Pen,” Caribbeana: The Journal of the Early Caribbean Society 1, no. 1 (2016): 34-62.
  • “Fooling Around: Female Stand-Ups and Sexual Joking,” Journal of Popular Culture 48, no. 4 (2015): 703-13.

Honors and Awards

  • Short-Term Library Fellowship, John Carter Brown Library
  • Visiting Graduate Student Fellowship, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Professional Affiliations

  • American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Jennifer ReedDr. Jennifer Reed received her PhD from the University of Virginia in English Language and Literature. Her research focuses on eighteenth-century literature and culture and has been published in journals such as Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, and Caribbeana, as well as edited volumes including Debates in the Digital Humanities.

Education

  • PhD, University of Virginia, English Language and Literature
  • MSc, University of Edinburgh, Literature and Modernity
  • BA, University of Cambridge, English

Courses Taught

  • College Composition

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • “Representing Sexual Violation in the Archive of Caribbean Enslavement,” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 49 (2020): 89-107.
  • “Moving Fortunes: Caribbean Women’s Marriage, Mobility, and Money in the Novel of Sentiment,” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 31, no. 3 (2019): 509-28.
  • “Performances of Suffering and the Stagecraft of Sympathy.” In The Eighteenth Centuries: An Interdisciplinary Investigation, ed. David Gies and Cynthia Wall (Charlottesville; London: University of Virginia Press, 2018), 264-75.
  • “Making it Matter.” In Making Things and Drawing Boundaries: Experiments in the Digital Humanities (Debates in the Digital Humanities series), ed. Matthew Gold and Lauren Klein. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2018. Co-authored.
  • “Sites of Terror and Affective Geographies on Thomas Thistlewood’s Breadnut Island Pen,” Caribbeana: The Journal of the Early Caribbean Society 1, no. 1 (2016): 34-62.
  • “Fooling Around: Female Stand-Ups and Sexual Joking,” Journal of Popular Culture 48, no. 4 (2015): 703-13.

Honors and Awards

  • Short-Term Library Fellowship, John Carter Brown Library
  • Visiting Graduate Student Fellowship, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Professional Affiliations

  • American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

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