The Multiple Worlds of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon: Eighteenth-Century Contexts, Postmodern Observations, Ed. Boydell and Brewer, 2005. Paperback edition released Fall 2008.
Private Property: Charles Brockden Brown and the Gendered Economics of Virtue, University of Delaware Press, 1997.
Articles and Book Chapters:
American Frontier Gothic," Chapter in Cambridge Companion to American Gothic, ed. Jeffrey Weinstock, forthcoming 2017.
"Late Biography and reception," Chapter in Oxford Handbook to Charles Brockden Brown, ed. Philip Barnard and Stephen Shapiro, forthcoming 2017.
"Dr. Rush and Mr. Peale: The Figure of the Animal in Late Eighteenth-Century Medical Discourse,"
in Early American Literature, 48.3 (Winter 2013): 641-670.
"The Nature and Culture of Species: Eighteenth-century and Contemporary Views," in
What are the Animals to Us? Approaches from Science, Religion, folklore, Literature and
Art, ed. Dave Aftandilian, University of Tennessee Press, 2007. 95-110
"Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: the Play of Species in Pynchon's Mason & Dixon," in Humans and Other Animals, ed. Frank Palmeri, Ashgate Press, 2006.
"Deb's Dogs: Animals, Indians, and Postcolonial Desire in Brown's Edgar Huntly. Early American Literature 39.3 (Fall 2003): 323-54
"Sari, Sorry and the Vortex of History: Calendar Reform, Anachronism and Language
Changein Maxon & Dixon." American Literary History, Spring 2000, Vol. 12.1-2: 187-215
"That High Magic to Low Puns': Thomas Pynchon, Wit, and the Work of the Supernatural." Rocky Mountain Review Vol. 54.1 (Spring 2000): 23-40.
"The Spirit of Trade: Olaudah Equiano's Conversion, Legalism, and the Merchant's Life." African-American Review 32.4 (Winter 1998): 635-647.
"The Wrath of Ahab; or, Gene Roddenberry Meets Herman Melville," Journal of American Culture 20.1 (Spring 1997): 43-46.
"Charles Brockden Brown's Revenge Tragedy: Edgar Huntly and the Uses of Property," Early American Literature 30.1: 51-70.
"Charles Brocken Brown and the Frontiers of Discourse." in Frontier Gothic in America: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. book ed. by David Mogen, Scott P. Sanders, and Joanne B. Karpinski. Madison: Farleigh
Dickinson UP; London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1993). 109-125.
"The Devil Sings the Blues: Heavy Metal, Gothic Fiction and 'Postmodern' Discourse."
Journal of Popular Choice Culture 26.3 (Winter 1992): 151-164.
"Chales Brockden Brown's Economics of Virtue," Studies in the humanities 18.2 (Winter 1991): 165-79.
"Visible Tracks: Historical Method and Thomas Pynchon's Vineland," College Literature 19.1 (February 1992): 91-103.
Review of Charles Brockden Brown's Revolution and the Birth of American Gothic, by Peter Kafer, Eighteenth-Century Fiction 18.3 (Spring 2006).
“Merely Extraordinary Beings,” Review essay of Andrew Miller's Ingenious Pain for ebr. Vol. 10 (Fall 2001): online Sept. 1, 2001.
"Making the Rounds of History," Review essay of Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon for ebr. Vol. 8 (Winter 98/99): online Nov. 2, 1998.
Review of The Romance of Real Life (a biography of Charles Brockden Brown), by Steven Watts, Studies in the Novel 28.1 (Spring 1996).
Review of Apparition in the Glass: Charles Brockden Brown's American Gothic, by Bill Christopherson. Early American Literature 29.3 (Fall 1994).
Review of Narrating Discovery: The Romantic Explorer in American Literature, 1790-1855, by Bruce Greenfield. Studies in the Novel 26.3 (Fall 1994).
Review of The Autonomous Male of Adam Smith, by Stewart Justman. Genre 26.2-3 (Summer/Fall 1993).
Review of From Sin to Salvation: Stories of Women's Conversions, 1800 to the Present, by Virginia Lieson Brereton, and The Work of Self-Representation: Lyric Poetry in Colonial New England, by Ivy Schweitzer. Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 12.1 (1993).
Review of Gothic Fiction/gothic Form, by George Haggery. Genre 23.1 (Spring 1990).
Professional Presentations (1995 - present only)
October 2013, “Intestinal Worms and the Natural Philosopher: Elizabeth Drinker,” The Revolutionary
Atlantic: Acts of Alienation and Sedition, 1780-1830: Charles Brockden Brown Society
Conference, Paris, France
October 2010, "Madness, Medicine, and the Body (Politic): Benjamin Rush," Weird America: Charles
Brockden Brown Society Conference, Pasadena, CA
May 2007, “Improving Idle Time: Charles Willson Peale, Benjamin Rush, and the Culture
of the Animal," Joint Conference of the Society for Early Americanists and the Omohundro Institute
of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg and Jamestown, VA. Panel sponsored
by the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment.
March 2005, “Charles Willson Peale: Display, Natural History, Class,” Society for
Early Americanists conference, Philadelphia, PA
December 2003, Chair of Charles Brockden Brown panel at Modern Language Association conference,
San Diego, CA (organized, selected, and proposed panel)
March 2003, Chair fo Chales Brockden Brown panel at Society of Early Americanists conference,
Providence, RI (organized, selected, and proposed panel)
December 2002, "Captivity and Capital in Olaudah Equinano's Interesting Narrative," Modern Language Association conference, New York, NY
August 2002, "Race, Species, and Class: Charles Brockden Brown's Transgressions,"
New Frontiers in Early American Literature conference, hosted by University of Virginia
E-Text Center, Charlottesville, VA
August 2002, Chaired Charles Brockden Brown panel at New Frontiers in Early American Literature
conference, hosted by University of Virginia E-Text Center, Charlottesvill, VA
April 2002, "New World Wonders: Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon," American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Colorado springs, CO
November 2001, "Eighteenth-Century taxonomy and the Place of Natural history," Group
for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Philadelphia, PA
August 2001, "Species-Crosing: Eighteenth-Century Views," nature in Legend and Story,
For more presentations, please refer to Dr. Hinds' CV