Professor Christopher Fanning
PhD City University of New York
Restoration and eighteenth-century poetry and prose; satire; the sublime; the encyclopaedia; print culture; Laurence Sterne; Jonathan Swift; Alexander Pope.
- “The Encyclopedic Ethos: Authorship in British Encyclopedias of the Eighteenth Century,” Age of Johnson 21 (2011): 123–42.
- “Sterne and Print Culture,” The Cambridge Companion to Laurence Sterne, ed. Thomas Keymer (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009), 125–41.
- “The Scriblerian Sublime,” Studies in English Literature 45.3 (2005): 647–67.
- “Small Particles of Eloquence: Sterne and the Scriblerian Text,” Modern Philology 100.3 (2003): 360–92.
- “The Voices of the Dependent Poet: The Case of Mary Barber,” Women’s Writing 8.1 (2001): 81-97.
Note: Copies of some of my publications are available on MY WEBSITE
Author of articles on Laurence Sterne and his context (Scriblerian satire, print culture, the encyclopedia, sermons) in The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Philological Quarterly, The Shandean and Modern Philology, and an article on Mary Barber in Women’s Writing.
Founder and Director of the Centre for Get Smart Studies. The Centre’s activities are, of course, top secret, as is its location, but inquiries can be made by dialling *86 on your shoe phone.