HANNAH H. MARKLEY
Vaughn Literature Building 113
Bucknell University | Lewisburg, PA 17837
Tel: (740) 501-8925|Email: email@example.com
Bucknell University | English Department Literary Studies
Visiting Assistant Professor August 2021-present
Georgia Institute of Technology | School of Literature, Media, and Communication
Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow August 2018- 2021
Emory University | Department of English
Visiting Assistant Professor August 2017- 2018
Emory University | English Literature PhD., 2017
University of Sussex | English MA with Distinction, 2011
Kenyon College | English (Minor in Women’s Studies and African American Studies) BA with Honors, Magna Cum Laude, 2009
“Gut Sympathy: Anthropomorphism and Disgust in Sidney Whiting’s Memoirs of a Stomach (1853). Configurations. 29.2 (2021).
“Pharmacokinetics and Opium-Eating: Metabolites, Stomach Aches, and the Afterlife of De Quincey’s Addiction.” Psychopharmacology in British Literature and Culture: 1780-1900. Ed. Natalie Roxburgh and Jennifer Henke. Palgrave MacMillan, 2020.
“Mother Palimpsest: Reproduction in Confessions of an English Opium-Eater and Suspiria de Profundis.” Essays in Romanticism. 24.1 (2017), 69-82.
“‘In and among us’: Specters of Friendship in Coleridge’s Biographia Literaria.” European Romantic Review. 27:5 (2016), 623-637.
“Derrida’s No(i)se.” Parallax. 20.1 (2014), 41-53.
Book Chapter in Edited Collection
“Philately on the Telephone: Reading, Touching, Loving the Envois.” Going Postcard. Ed. Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei. Punctum Books, 2017.
“Untouchable Girls and Radiohead: Femininity in Celebricities’ Alt- Rock Theory.” Review: Anthony Curtis Adler. Celebricities: Media Culture and the Phenomenology of Gadget Commodity Life. Fordham University Press: NY, 2016. syndicate.network February 1, 2017. Online.
“An Appetite for Injection: Medicine, Technology, and Imperialism in The Sign of Four (1890).” In progress.
“Towards a Pedagogy of Community: Scaffolding a Collaborative Essay in the First-Year Classroom.” In progress.
Morbid Cravings: Medicalizing Appetite in Nineteenth-Century Literature. In progress.