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Ann Hawkins

Hawkins, Ann

Professor

Office: 435
Email:ann.hawkins@ttu.edu
Web:http://hawkins.writingstore.com

Awards
Series Editor
Editor
Managing Editor
Scholarly Editions
Essay Collections
Exhibition
Articles
Edited Journal Issue
Scholarly Resource
Review Essays
Selected Short Essays
Reviews
Work in Progress

Romantic Women Writers Reviewed-Part III

Romantic Women Writers Reviewed-Part II

Romantic Women Writers Reviewed-Part I

Conradiana

Teaching Bibliography, Textual Criticism, and Book History

Victims of Society (1837) by Marguerite Farmer Power Gardiner, Countess of Blessington, Vol. 4 in Silver Fork Novels

Henrietta Temple (1837) by Benjamin Disraeli, Vol. 5 in "The Early Novels of Benjamin Disraeli"

Venetia (1836) by Benjamin Disraeli, Vol. 6 in "The Early Novels of Benjamin Disraeli"


Series Editor

  • Co-Editor, Ashgate Studies in Publishing History: Manuscript, Print, and Digital, Ashgate, March 2013-present
    • 2 books published, 5 commissioned/contracted
  • Former editor, History of the Book, a series of single-author texts, Pickering & Chatto, 2005-Jan. 2013
    • 13 books published

 

Editor

 

Managing Editor

  • Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad Studies 38.1 (Spring 2006-Fall 2011). Issues of Conradiana, beginning with 38.1, are available via Project Muse.

 

Scholarly Editions

  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 3. Volume 9: 1791-92. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2013. 382 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 3. Volume 8: 1791. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2013. 293 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 3. Volume 7: 1791. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2013. 345 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 2. Volume 6: 1791. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2012. 439 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 2. Volume 5: 1790-1791. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2012. 438 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 2. Volume 4: 1790. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2012. 384 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 1. Volume 3: 1790. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2011. 404 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 1. Volume 2: 1789-1790. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2011. 415 pp.
  • Romantic Women Writers Reviewed. Part 1. Volume 1: 1789. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. Pickering & Chatto, 2011. 392 pp.
  • Victims of Society (1837) by Marguerite Farmer Power Gardiner, Countess of Blessington, Vol. 4 in Silver Fork Novels, 1826-1841. Eds. Ann R. Hawkins and Jeraldine R. Kraver. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2005. 327 pp.
  • Henrietta Temple (1837) by Benjamin Disraeli, Vol. 5 in "The Early Novels of Benjamin Disraeli." Eds. Jeraldine R. Kraver and Ann R. Hawkins. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2004. 446 pp.
  • Venetia (1836) by Benjamin Disraeli, Vol. 6 in "The Early Novels of Benjamin Disraeli." Eds. Ann R. Hawkins and Jeraldine R. Kraver. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2004. 360 pp.

 

Edited Collections

  • Women Writers and the Artifacts of Celebrity in the Long-Nineteenth Century. Eds. Ann R. Hawkins and Maura Ives. London and Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing, February, 2012. 280 pp. Volume includes the following peer-reviewed essay:
    • "The Portrait, the Beauty, and the Book: Celebrity and the Countess of Blessington." 49-78.
  • Teaching Bibliography, Book History and Textual Criticism. Ed. Ann R. Hawkins. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2006. 199 pp. Volume includes the following essays:
    • "Introduction: Towards a Pedagogy of Bibliography." pp. 5-18.
    • "Textual Criticism: Students as Book Detectives and Scholarly Editors." pp. 174-8.

 

Exhibition

  • "Marketing Shakespeare--The Boydell Shakespeare Gallery, 1788-1805, and Beyond. " Co-Curated with Georgianna Ziegler. Folger Shakespeare Library, September 20, 2007 - January 5, 2008.
    [Brief Online Version]
  • "Speaking Volumes: Books and Ideas, 1250-1865." Curatorial Team with Luke Iantorno, Eileen Johnson, and Nicky Ladkin. Texas Tech University Museum, January – April 29, 2012.

Articles

  • "Romantic Women Writers Reviewed: Overview, Methods, and Results." Women's Writing Special Issue on Romantic Women Writers. Eds. Angela Rehbein and Andrew Winckles. Peer-Reviewed. Forthcoming 2015.
  • "Making the Leap: Incorporating Digital Humanities into the English Classroom." CEA Critic 76.2 (July 2014): 137-9. Special Issue on Digital Humanities Pedagogy. Eds. E. Leigh Bonds and Luke Iantorno. Invited foreword.
  • "Reconstructing the Boydell Shakspeare Gallery." Shakespeare and the Culture of Romanticism. Ashgate Press, 2013. 307-29. Peer-Reviewed.
  • “Mandatory Open Access Publishing for Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Ethics and Enthusiasm.” With Miles A. Kimball and Maura Ives. Rankings chart with E. Leigh Bonds. Journal of Academic Librarianship 39 (2013): 32-60.. Invited. Link
  • "Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington and Rambles in Waltham Forest." Irish Women Poets of the Romantic Era. Ed. Stephen Behrendt. Alexander Street Press, 2008. 19 pages. Invited.
  • "Teaching the Skills of Documentary Editing." Journal of Documentary Editing 28.1 (Spring 2006): 136-42. Invited.
  • "Marketing Gender and Nationalism: Blessington's Gems of Beauty / L'Ecrin" Women's Writing 12.2 (2005): 225-41. Peer-reviewed.
  • "'Evoking Byron': the Manuscript and First Edition of Benjamin Disraeli's Venetia (1837)." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 98.4 (December 2004): 449-76. Invited and Peer-reviewed.
  • "'Formed with Curious Skill': Blessington's Negotiation of the 'Poetess' in Flowers of Loveliness." The Transatlantic Poetess: A special issue of Romanticism-On-the-Net. Ed. Laura Mandell. January 2004. 30 pages. Peer-reviewed.
    • Reprinted: Nineteenth Century Literary Criticism. Gale, 2014.
  • "Marguerite, Countess of Blessington, and L. E. L. (Letitia E. Landon): Evidence of a Friendship." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 16.2 (Spring 2003): 27-32. Peer-reviewed.
  • "Mrs. Baillie's Testicles: Byron's Revision of De Monfort in Manfred" Recent Perspectives on European Romanticism. Ed. Larry Peer. Mellen Studies in Literature/Romantic Reassessment, Vol. 158. Lewiston: Mellen P, 2003: 105-38. ISBN: 0-7734-6984-2. Peer-reviewed.
  • "'Delectable' Books for 'Delicate' Readers: the 1830s Giftbook Market, Ackermann and Co, and the Countess of Blessington." Kentucky Philological Review March 2002: 20-26. Peer-reviewed.
  • "'Belonging to the Other Powers': Literary Intertexts, Astarte, and Byron's New World-View," Kentucky Philological Review 8 (March 1993): 21-28. Peer-reviewed.

 

Edited Journal Issue

  • A Special Issue of CEA Critic on Children's and Adolescent Literature. Co-edited. 64.4 (Fall 2002).

 

Scholarly Resource

  • Editor, Byron Chronology Romantic Circles: Scholarly Resources.
    A peer-reviewed collection of resources on Romanticism and Romantic writers.

 

Review Essays

  • "Women Speaking, Women Writing: Identity and Voice in an Age of Revolution." Eighteenth Century Studies. 36.6 (Spring 2003): 449-55. Invited.

 

Selected Short Essays

  • "Art and Artists: Great Britain-United States." Britain and the Americas: Culture, Politics, and History. A Multidisciplinary Encyclopedia. 3 vols. Eds. Will Kauffman & Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson. London: ABC-Clio, 2005. Vol. 1: 113-119.
  • "Countess of Blessington: a bio-bibliographical essay." Nineteenth-Century British Women Writers. Ed. Abigail Burnham Bloom. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.

 

Reviews

  • Review of David Finkelstein and Alistair McCleery's An Introduction to Book History. Routledge, 2005. SHARP Newsletter 15.2/3 (2006): 15. Invited.
  • Review of William J. P. Neish's The Speaking Eye-Byron's Aberdeen, People, Places, and a Poem. East Sussex: Book Guild Ltd, 2001. Romantic Circles Reviews, 6.1 (Spring) 2003. http://www.rc.umd.edu/reviews/back/neish.html
  • Review of Zachary Leader's Revision and Romantic Authorship. Eighteenth-Century Book Reviews Online. 2001.

 

Work In Progress

  • Byron and the Shakespeare Trade, a book-length study of Shakespearean commodification between 1780 and 1820, and of Byron's reaction and response, particularly in his letters & journals and in Manfred.
  • A Field Guide to Book History, under contract to Ashgate Publishing, ms due 2015.