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