«CURRICULUM VITAE NAME Marie Elizabeth Mulvey-Roberts DEPARTMENT English, Linguistics and Communications FACULTY Creative Arts, Humanities and ...»
“His prints we read” Jacobitism in William Hogarth‟s masonic narratives and Edgar Allan Poe‟s The Cask of Amontillado”, Freemasonry in Music and Literature, edited by Trevor Stewart, (Canonbury Masonic Research Centre, London, 2005), pp.104-122 “Menstrual Misogyny and Taboo: The Medusa, Vampire and the Female Stigmatic” in Menstruation: A Cultural History, ed. Andrew Shail and Gillian Howie (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2005), pp.149-61 “Rosina Bulwer Lytton” for the Knebworth House catalogue (Knebworth: Knebworth House, 2005), pp.8-9 “Writing for Revenge: The Battle of the Books of Edward and Rosina Bulwer Lytton” for The Subverting Vision of Bulwer Lytton: Bicentenary Reflections, ed. Allan Conrad Christensen (Newark: Delaware University Press, 2004), pp.159-174 "A Spook Ride on Film: Carpenter and the Gothic", The Cinema of John Carpenter:
The Technique of Terror, ed. Ian Conrich and David Woods (London: Wallflower Press, 2004), 78-90 “Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, ed. H.C.G.
Matthew and Brian Harrison (London: Oxford University Press, 2004), 34, pp.993-5.
“Rosina Bulwer Lytton”, The Literary Encyclopaedia, ed. Robert Clark, Emory Elliott and Janet Todd (2003) http://www.LitEncyc.com “Edward Bulwer Lytton” and “Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley”, Gothic Writers: A Critical and Bibliographical Guide, ed Douglass H. Thomson, Jack G. Voller and Frederick S. Frank (Westport, Connecticut and London: Greenwood Press, 2002), pp.83-89, 389-99 “Women Writers - Censored by Gender”, “Anglo-American Women‟s Writing” and “Chinese Women‟s Writing” Censorship: An International Encyclopedia, ed. Derek Jones (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001), pp. 2637-8, 2639 “Debauchery”, “Frankenstein”, “Ghosts”, “Masks”, “Rejuvenation” and “Vampires,” The Oxford Companion to the Body, edited by Colin Blakemore and Sheila Jennett (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), pp. 198, 295-6, 317, 448, 585-6, 704-5.
"Feminism: First Wave British", Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women's Studies, ed Dale Spender and Cheris Kramarae (New York: Routledge, 2000), 2, pp.759-763 “Bulwer, Bowen, Banshees and Ballywire: From Limerick to Queensland”, Ireland and Australia, 1798-1998, Studies in Culture, Identity and Migration, ed Philip Bull, Frances Devlin-Glass and Helen Doyle (Sydney; Crossing Press, 2000), pp. 249-58.
“The Corpse in the Corpus: Frankenstein, Rewriting Mary Wollstonecraft and The Abject”, Mary Shelley: Fictions from Frankenstein to Falkner, ed. Michael EberleSinatra (London: Macmillan Press, 2000), pp.197-211.
"Militancy, Martyrdom or Masochism? The Public and Private Prisons of Constance
Lytton, Votes for Women, ed. June Purvis and Sandra Holton (London and New York:
Routledge, 2000), pp.159-180 “Charlotte Dacre”, “Constance Lytton” “Mary Ann Radcliffe” “Mary Robinson” “Anna Wheeler”, Cambridge Guide to Women’s Writing in English, ed. Lorna Sage (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999), pp. 164, 404, 518, 538 "Mary Hays," "Priscilla Wakefield," "Clara Reeve," "Hannah More," and "Letitia Matilda Hawkins," The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers, ed.
John W. Yolton, John Valdimir Price and John Stephens (London and Bristol:
Thoemmes/Routledge, 1999), pp. 418-419, 916-17, 738-9, 639-40, 416-17.
“Dracula and the Doctors: Bad Blood: Menstrual Taboo and the New Woman in Dracula”, Bram Stoker: History, Psychoanalysis and the Gothic, ed. William Hughes and Andrew Smith (London: Macmillan, 1998), pp.78-95 “Introduction”, “Ann Rice”, “Mary Shelley”, “Rosicrucian Fiction”, “Schauerroman” and “Sturm und Drang”, The Handbook to Gothic Literature (London: Macmillan, 1998), pp. xv-xviii, 188-89, 210,215,282-3, 283-4, 286-7.
“The Importance of Being a Freemason: The Trials of Oscar Wilde”, Danger and Decadence Writing, History and the Fin de Siècle, ed. Tracey Hill (Bath: Sulis Press, 1997), pp.138-49 “Pleasures Engendered by Gender: Homosociality and the Club,” Pleasure in the Eighteenth Century, ed. Roy Porter and Marie Mulvey-Roberts (London: Macmillan, 1996), pp.48-76 “Gothic Fiction”, “Medicine and Literature”, “Mary Shelley” in Reader's Guide to
Literature in English, ed. Hawkins-Dady (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1996), pp. 332Science, Magic and Masonry: Swift's Secret Texts" and Introduction, Secret Texts:
Literature and Secret Societies, ed. Marie Mulvey-Roberts and Hugh Ormsby-Lennon (New York: AMS Press, 1995), pp. 97-113 "Masonics, Metaphor and History: A Discourse of Marginality?" Language and Jargons: Contributions to a Social History of Language, ed. Peter Burke and Roy Porter (Cambridge: Polity Press, in association with Blackwells, Cambridge, 1995), pp. 133-155 "Masculinity, Masonry and Millenarianism: Oscar Wilde and the Rose-Croix", Writing The End, ed. Jacqueline Hurtley, et al (Barcelona: PPU. 1994), pp. 145-159 "Blake," "Burney," "Burns," "Byron," "Clubs," "Freemasonry," "Godwin," "Prostitution," "Rosicrucians," "Secret Societies," "Swedenborg," "Vampires" in A Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century World History, ed. Roy Porter and Jeremy Black (London: Blackwell, 1994), pp. 183, 103-4, 106-7, 162-3, 267-8, 190-1, 607-8, 673, 711, 758-9 "The Mad Scientist, Male Mid-Wife and Female Monstrosity: Appropriation and Transmutation in Frankenstein," A Question of Identity: Women, Science and Literature, ed. Marina Benjamin (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1993), pp. 59-73 "A Physic against Death: Eternal Life and Enlightenment: gender and gerontology," Literature and Medicine during the Eighteenth Century, ed. Marie Mulvey-Roberts and Roy Porter (London: Routledge, 1993), pp.151-67 "Mary Shelley, Gender, Immortality and the Rosy Cross," Reviewing Romanticism, ed. Robin Jarvis and Phil Martin (London: Macmillan, 1991), pp.60-7 "Muriel Spark," Dictionary of British Women Writers, ed. Janet Todd (London;
Routledge, 1989), pp. 634-7 "Burns and the Masonic Enlightenment" in Aberdeen and the Enlightenment, ed.
Jennifer J. Carter and Joan H. Pittock (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1987), pp. 331-8 Review Articles Gothic Literature A Gale Critical Companion 3 vols, ed. Jessica Bomarito, foreword by Jerrold E. Hogle (Farmington Hills, MI, USA, Thomson Gale, 2006) for Women’s Writing, no 3, 14 (December 2007), 519-22 Varieties of Female Gothic, 6 vols (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2002), ed. Gary Kelly, for Gothic Studies, no 2, 8 (November 2006), 136-9 The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction, edited by Jerrold E. Hogle (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002), Empire and the Gothic: The Politics of Genre, edited by Andrew Smith and William Hughes (Basingstoke and New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003) and Anna Powell, Psychoanalysis and Sovereignty in Popular Vampire Fiction. The Edwin Mellen Press, (Lewiston, New York, 2003) for British Association for Romantic Studies, 26 (September, 2004), pp.39-42 David Stevenson, The Origins of Freemasonry: Scotland’s Century, 1590-1710 (Cambridge University Press, 1989) and The First Freemasons: Scotland’s Early Lodges and their Members (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1989) for British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 18, no1 (Spring, 1995), pp.83-85 Margaret Jacob, Living the Enlightenment: Freemasonry and Politics in EighteenthCentury Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992) and Christopher McIntosh, The Rose Cross and the Age of Reason: Eighteenth-Century Rosicrucianism in Central Europe and its Relationship to the Enlightenment (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1992) for British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies, 18, no 1 (Spring, 1995) pp.83-4 B.J.T. Dobbs, The Foundations in Newton's Alchemy: or, The Hunting of the Green Lyon (London: Cambridge University Press, 1983) and Charles Webster, From
Paracelsus to Newton: Magic and the Making of Modern Science (London:
Cambridge University Press, 1982) for Explorations in Knowledge: An international journal in the Philosophy of Science, 2 (Spring, 1985), pp. 70-1.