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Ann Campbell’s teaching and research focus primarily on marriage and family in British eighteenth-century novels. She is also interested in the development of the novel from the eighteenth century forward.
- Ph.D., English, Emory University
- M.A., English, Emory University
- B.A., English, Reed College
Marriage and family in British eighteenth-century novels, development of the novel from the eighteenth century forward
- “Strictly Business: Marriage, Motherhood, and Surrogate Families as Entrepreneurial Ventures in Moll Flanders,” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 43 (2014): 51-68.
- “Frances Burney’s Critique of Clandestine Marriage as a Plot Convention in Cecilia,” Eighteenth-Century Life, 37.2 (2013): 85-103.
- “Indentured Servitude as Colonial America’s ‘Semi-Slavery’ Business in Sally Gunning’s Bound,” in Invoking Slavery in the Eighteenth-Century British Imagination, Ashgate Press, 2013: 133-51.
- “The Strange and Surprising World of Curriculum Reform and its Consequences for Eighteenth-Century Studies,” Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe and his Contemporaries, 3.1 (2011).
- “Punitive Subplots in Eliza Haywood’s The History of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy,” Eighteenth-Century Women, 5 (2008): 78-101.
- ENGL 267 Survey of British Literature to 1790
- ENGL 358 Eighteenth-Century British Literature