Department of English


English Language and Literature

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Sally Brooke Cameron

Assistant Professor

PhD Notre Dame, CV/Bio (PDF 72 KB)

613-533-6000, ext. 74427

Office: Watson  Hall, Room 425



2019-20 Courses

Research Interests

  • gender and economics in Victorian Literature
  • nineteenth-century transatlantic fiction
  • Victorian slum fiction and reform culture
  • Vampires and food studies

Recent Publications

“George Egerton’s Keynotes: Food and Feminism at the Fin de Siècle.” Forthcoming in Victorian Literature and Culture. (accepted Dec 2016)

“Women’s Slum Journalism at the Fin de Siècle.” The History of British Women’s Writing, 1880-1920. Ed. Holly A. Laird. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 245-57.

“Angels of the Slum: Women and Slumming in Margaret Harkness’s In Darkest London.” Papers on Language and Literature 51.2 (2015): 107-139. with Matthew Dunleavy.

“The Resilient Marian Halcombe: On Feminine Feeling and Wilkie Collins’s Debt to Amatory Fiction.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies. 10.1 (Summer 2014): n.p.

“The Pleasures of Looking and the Feminine Gaze in Michael Field’s Sight and Song.” Victorian Poetry 51.2 (2013): 147-175.

Current Supervisions

Suyin Olguin (about students)