Aaron R. Hanlon
Assistant Professor of English
B.A., M.A., Bucknell
Areas of Expertise
- 18th century British literature
- Transatlantic literatures c. 1600-1800
- The novel
- Epistemology/organization of knowledge
- Enlightenment/science writing
- Literature and political theory
The Politics of Quixotism (Under contract, University of Virginia Press)
Science and Technology in British Literature, 1600-1800 (edited volume in progress)
Bucknell UP Aperçus Series
Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)
"Perlocutionary Verse in Augustan England." Modern Philology 114.3 (2017): 657-79.
"Quixotism as Global Heuristic: Atlantic and Pacific Diasporas." Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture 46 (2017): 49-62.
"Margaret Cavendish's Anthropocene Worlds." New Literary History 47.1 (2016): 49-66.
"Toward a Counter-Poetics of Quixotism." Studies in the Novel 46.2 (2014): 141-58.
"Maids, Mistresses, and Monstrous Doubles: Gender-Class Kyriarchy in The Female Quixote and Female Quixotism." The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 55.1 (Spring 2014): 77-96.
"Re-Reading Gulliver as Quixote: Toward a Theory of Quixotic Exceptionalism." Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate 21.2-3 (September 2012): 278-303.
"Unworthy Global Citizens: Quixotic Influence and the Underhill Legacy in The Algerine Captive." Comparative American Studies 9.2 (June 2011): 119-30.
Review of Christopher Flynn, Americans in British Literature: A Breed Apart, 1770-1832." British Association for Romantic Studies Bulletin and Review 42 (2012): 56-7.
"An Enormous Will at Work," Review of John Nery, Revolutionary Spirit: Jose Rizal in Southeast Asia. Oxonian Review of Books 18.1 (2011)
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