Publications List


The New Woman and the Empire: Gender, Racial, and Colonial Issues in Sarah Grand, George Egerton, Elizabeth Robins, and Amy Levy. The Ohio State University Press, 2005.

Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central Europe.  Co-edited with Jirina Šiklová. Indiana University Press, 2016.

Digital Humanities

Panel Story: Life of a Community. Pameti trí paneláku: život jedné komunity. Photographs Jindrich Štreit. Also published as a book (Opava: Surbanz, 2019). Project financed by Carleton’s Public Works Mellon grant.

Academic Articles

“Feminism and Women’s Rights Activism in the Interwar Czechoslovak Republic.” Co-authored with Karla Huebner. The Routledge International Handbook to Gender in Central-Eastern Europe and Eurasia. Eds. Fabian, Johnson and Lazda. Forthcoming.

“Between Two Waves: V?ra Chytilová & Jean-Luc Godard.” Co-authored with Dan Reyes. Studies in Eastern European Cinema 10:1 (Spring 2019).

“Introduction.” In Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central Europe. Indiana University Press, 2016.

“Situating Czech Identity: Postcolonial Theory and the ‘European Dividend.’” In Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central Europe. Indiana University Press, 2016.

“Vera Chytilova’s 1969 Fruit of Paradise: A Tale of a Feminine Aesthetic, Dancing Color and a Doll who Killed the Devil.”  Co-authored. Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture and Media Studies 29:3 (2015).

Nomadic Encounters: Turning Difference Toward Dialogue.” Co-authored with Kelsey Henry and Joy Westerman. In The Subject of Rosi Braidotti: Concepts and Politics. Eds. Iris van der Tuin and Bolette Blaagaard. Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2014.

“Continental Feminist Philosophy Meets Intersectionality: Rosi Braidotti’s Work.” In Why Race and Gender Still Matter: An Intersectional Approach. Eds. Namita Goswami, Maeve M. O’Donovan and Lisa Yount. Pickering & Chatto. 2014.

European Immigration and Continental Feminism: Theories of Rosi Braidotti. Feminist Theory12:1 (Spring 2011): 55-73.

 “Figuring the Other in Nineteenth-Century Czech Literature: Gabriela Preissová and Bozena Viková Kunetická. In History of the Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe. Vol. 4. Eds. Marcel Cornis-Pope and John Neubauer. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: J. Benjamins Press, 2010.  367-378.

 “Hirsi Ali and van Gogh’s Submission: Reinforcing the Islam vs. Women Binary.  Women’s Studies International Forum 31:2 (Spring 2008): 148-155.

Przezroczysty Hidzab. Zadra: Pismo Feministyczne (Winter 2008): 34-38. In Polish.

 “Said, Reuben Sachs, and Victorian Zionism (co-authored).  Social Text 87 (a memorial issue on Edward Said) (Summer 2006): 35-46.

 “Gabriela Preissová’s Women-Centered Texts: Subverting the Myth of the Homogeneous Nation.”  Slavic and East European Journal 49:1 (Spring 2005): 63-78.

 “Re-Inflecting Femininity on the Czech Fin-de-Siècle Stage: An Analysis of Hana Kvapilová’s Acting Style.  Theatre History Studies 24 (June 2004): 35-56.

George Egerton and the British Colonial Project. Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 19:1 (Spring 2000): 27-55.

Feminismus na Národním divadle? Prípad Hany Kvapilové.”  [“Feminism at the National Theatre? The Case of Hana Kvapilová.”]  Divadelní revue [Theatre Review] 3/2002 (September 2002): 3-17. In Czech.

 “Imperialist Feminism: Colonial Issues in Sarah Grand’s The Heavenly Twins and The Beth Book. English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 43:3 (September 2000): 298-315.

“Announcing the End of the White Patriarchal Colonial Subject: George Egerton’s ‘Under Northern Sky.’”  Virginia Humanities Conference Proceedings: Selected papers.  Ed. Susan Blair Green.  Staunton, VA: Mary Baldwin College, 1999.  149-60.

Book Reviews

Review of Women as Essential Citizens in the Czech National Movement, by Dáša Fran?íková (Lexington Books, 2017). Slavic Review 77:3 (2018).

Review of A Female Poetics of Empire: From Eliot to Woolf, by Julia Kuehn (NY: Routledge, 2014). Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 10:2 (Summer 2014).

Review of X Marks the Spot: Women Writers Map the Empire for the British Children, 1790-1895, by Megan Norcia (Ohio UP, 2010). Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net 57-58 (May 2010).

Review of Romantic Liars: Obscure Women Who Became Impostors and Challenged an Empire, by Debbie Lee (Palgrave, 2006). Nineteenth-Century Literature 64:2 (September 2009): 274-276.

Review of Feminist Realism at the Fin de Siècle: The Influence of the Late-Victorian Woman’s Press on the Development of the Novel, by Molly Youngkin (OSUP, 2007).  Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies 4:1 (Spring 2008): 216-17.