Department of English


English Language and Literature

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Emma Peacocke


Emma Peacocke

Assistant Adjunct Professor, Banting Post Doctoral Fellow

PhD, Carleton University

613-533-6000 ext. 75761

Office: Watson Hall, Room 537

Emma Peacocke is a Banting Post Doctoral Fellow with the Department of English. Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships are two-year fellowships awarded only to the very best national and international applicants, in support of their success in a research-intensive career.

2017-18 Courses

  • ENGL 442-001/3.0 Topics in Romanticism II – Romanticism and the Visual
  • ENGL 803/903 (Winter Term) Research Forum I and II

Research Interests

  • Romanticism
  • the long eighteenth century
  • universities
  • museums
  • Byron
  • print culture

Recent Publications

“Periodicals and Romantic Prosopopeia.”  In Multimedia Romanticism.  Eds James Brooke-Smith and Andrew Burkett (alphabetical order). Romantic Circles Praxis (a peer-reviewed scholarly website, Accepted, passed peer review. 

"William Paley, William Buckland and the Oxford University Museum." In Recollecting the Nineteenth-Century. Ed. Sophie Thomas. RaVON (Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net) (a peer-reviewed scholarly website, Accepted, in peer review, expected publication date November 2016.

Romanticism and the Museum.  Palgrave Series on the Enlightenment, Romanticism, and Print Culture.  January, 2015.

“Travel Papers: The Circulation of Satire in The Fudge Family in Paris.”  In Thomas Moore: Texts, Context, Hypertext.  Eds Francesca Benatti, Justin Tonra, and Sean Ryder.  Dublin: Peter Lang, 2013. p. 101-16.

“Facing History: Portraits and Galleries in Waverley’s Historiography.”  European Romantic Review 22.2 (April 2011): 187-208.