Graham Law, SILS, Waseda University


Recent and Forthcoming Publications and Presentations


 
 

[For full academic CV in PDF format, click HERE ]
 


Monographs
 

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Serializing Fiction in the Victorian Press.

    Palgrave (Macmillan/St Martin's Press), London/New York. October 2000.
    Google Books: <http://books.google.co.jp/books?id=dOuhyJIJkUMC>
Go to Reviews and Comments on Serializing Fiction


Indexes to Fiction in the 'Illustrated London News' (1842-1901) and 'Graphic' (1869-1901)
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    Victorian Fiction Research Guides #29, Department of English, University of Queensland, 2001.
    Online edition: <
victorianfictionresearchguides.org/the-illustrated-london-news-and-the-graphic/>
Go to Reviews and Comments on Indexes to Fiction


Wilkie Collins: A Literary Life
(with Andrew Maunder).
   Palgrave Macmillan, London/New York, 2008.
Go to Reviews and Comments on Wilkie Collins: A Literary Life


Charlotte M. Brame (1836-1884): Towards a Primary Bibliography
(with Greg Drozdz and Debby McNally).
    Victorian Fiction Research Guides #36, Department of Media, Canterbury Christchurch University, 2011.
    Online edition: <victorianfictionresearchguides.org/charlotte-may-brame/>


The Periodical Revolution: Analysing the 19th-Century British Media System.

    Routledge, London, forthcoming (2023).

 



Academic Articles in Books


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'College Entrance Exams and Team Teaching in High School English Classrooms.'
    In Studies in Team Teaching ed. Minoru Wada & Antony Cominos. Kenkyusha, Tokyo, 1994.


'Industrial Designs: Form and Function in the "Condition-of-England" Novel.'
    In Corresponding Powers: Studies in Honour of Professor Hisaaki Yamanouchi ed. George Hughes. Boydell & Brewer, London, 1997.


'"Our Author": Braddon in the Provincial Weeklies' (with Jennifer Carnell).
    In Beyond Sensation: Mary Braddon in Context, ed. Marlene Tromp, Pamela Gilbert, & Aeron Haynie. SUNY Press, New York, 2000.
Go to Reviews and Comments on Beyond Sensation


'Yesterday's Sensations: Modes of Publication and Narrative Form In Collins's Late Novels.'
    In Reality's Dark Light: The Sensational Wilkie Collins, ed. Maria K. Bachman and Don Richard Cox, Univ. of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, TN., 2003.
    Go to Reviews and Comments on Reality's Dark Light


'"Nothing but a Newspaper": Serializing Fiction in the Press in the 1840s.'
    In Encounters in the Victorian Press: Editors, Authors, Readers, ed. Laurel Brake & Julie F. Codell, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Go to Reviews and Comments on Encounters in the Victorian Press


'Imagined Local Communities: Three Victorian Newspaper Novelists.'
    In Printing Places: Locations of Book Production & Distribution since 1500, ed. John Hinks & Catherine Armstrong, London: British Library/Newcastle, DEL: Oak Knoll Press, 2005.
Go to Reviews and Comments on Printing Places


'Collins on International Copyright: From "A National Wrong" (1870) to "Considerations" (1880).'
    In Wilkie Collins: Interdisciplinary Essays, ed Andrew Mangham, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.
Go to Reviews and Comments on Wilkie Collins: Interdisciplinary Essays


'Le pouvoir a la peripherie: ver un atlas du roman-feuilleton europeen' (trans. M-F. Cachin)
    In Au bonheur du feuilleton: naissance et mutations d'un genre, ed M-F. Cachin et al, Paris: Creaphis, 2007.


'"A Vile Way of Publishing": Gissing and Serials.' (in Japanese)
   In Gissing and Later Victorian Society and Culture (On the 150th Anniversary of His Birth), ed Mitsuharu Matuoka, Hiroshima: Keisuisha, 2007.


'Reynolds's "Memoirs" series and "the literature of the kitchen".'
    In G.W.M. Reynolds: Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Politics, and the Press, eds Louis James & Anne Humpherys, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.
Go to Reviews and Comments on G.W.M. Reynolds


'Again the Zelig Effect: Israel Zangwill and the Modern Short Story.'
    In Studies in Victorian and Modern Literature: A Tribute to John Sutherland, ed William Baker, Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2015.


'Neither Tales nor Short Stories?: Issues of Authorship, Readership and Publishing in A Group of Noble Dames.'
    In Thomas Hardy's Short Stories: New Perspectives, ed Juliette Berning Schaefer & Siobhan Brownson, London/New York: Routledge, 2017.


'Wilkie Collins and "the discovery of an Unknown Public".'
    In
Journalism and the Periodical Press in Nineteenth-Century Britain, ed Joanne Shattock, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.


'Shorter Fiction.'
    In
Wilkie Collins in Context, ed William Baker & Richard Nemesvari, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022 (forthcoming).


'Letters.'  (with William Baker & Andrew Gasson)
    In
Wilkie Collins in Context, ed William Baker & Richard Nemesvari, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022 (forthcoming).


'Periodicals, Popular Fiction and the Affordances of Digital Collections.' 
    In
Nineteenth-Century Literature in Transition: The 1860s, ed Pamela Gilbert, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023 (forthcoming).



Academic Articles in Journals
 

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'The Romance of Empire: John Buchan's Early Writings.' [34K PDF file]
    In Humanitas 31 (February 1993), Waseda University Law Society.


'The Serial Publication in Britain of the Novels of Wilkie Collins.' [42K PDF file]
    In Humanitas 33 (February 1995), Waseda University Law Society.


'Ideologies of English Language Education in Japan.'
    In JALT Journal 17:2 (November 1995), Japan Association for Language Teaching.
    Available from: <http://jalt-publications.org/jj/articles/2744-ideologies-english-language-education-japan>.


'Industrial Relations: Carlyle's Influence on Hard Times.' [58K PDF file]
    In Humanitas 34 (February 1996), Waseda University Law Society.


'Wilkie in the Weeklies: The Serialization and Syndication of Collins's Late Novels.'
    In Victorian Periodicals Review 30:3 (Fall 1997).


'Last Things: Materials Relating to Collins in the Watt Collection at Chapel Hill.'
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 1 (November 1998).
    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'"Engaged to Messrs. Tillotson and Son": Letters from John Maxwell, 1882-8.'
    In Humanitas 37 (February 1999), Waseda University Law Society.


'Before Tillotsons: Novels in British Provincial Newspapers, 1855-1873.'
    In Victorian Periodicals Review 32:1 (Spring 1999).


'"Belt and Braces" Serialization: The Case of Heart and Science' (with Steve Farmer).
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 2 (November 1999).
    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'International Perspectives on the Newspaper Novel.'
    In Humanitas 38 (February 2000), Waseda University Law Society.


'The Newspaper Novel: Towards an International History' (with Norimasa Morita).
    In Media History 6:1 (June 2000).


'"Poor Fargus": On Wilkie Collins and Hugh Conway'.
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 3 (November 2000).

    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'Above the Common Herd? Bulwer Lytton and Serialization.'
    In Humanitas 39 (February 2001), Waseda University Law Society.


'New Woman Novels in Newspapers'.
    In Media History 7:1 (June 2001, 'The New Woman and the Periodical Press' Special Issue).


'A World Elsewhere: National Identity and the British New Wave',
    In Humanitas 40 (March 2002), Waseda University Law Society.


'Slimming or Slumming?: Dickens and the Shift from Monthly to Weekly Serialization',
    In The Dickens Fellowship Japan Branch Bulletin 25 (October 2002).


'Collins and Chattos: The Reading Papers.'
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 5 (November 2002).
    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'Towards an International History of the Newspaper Novel' (in Japanese, with Norimasa Morita).
    In Bungaku 4:1/2 (January 2003), Iwanami Shoten.


'More Light on the Serial Publication of Tess of the D'Urbervilles ' (with John Stock Clarke).
    In Review of English Studies 54:213 (February 2003), Oxford University Press. Reprinted in The Thomas Hardy Journal 20:2 (June 2004).


'Trollope and the Newspapers.'
    In Media History 9:1 (April 2003)


'Japan and the Internationalization of the Serial Fiction Market' (with Norimasa Morita).
    In Book History 6 (November 2003), Pennsylvania State University Press.


'Women's Sensation Narrative and Newspaper Fiction: On Dora Russell's Beneath the Wave'
    In Humanitas 42 (February 2004), Waseda University Law Society.


'"Savouring of the Australian Soil"?: On the Sources and Affiliations of Colonial Newspaper Fiction.'
    In Victorian Periodicals Review 37:4 (Special Issue, edited by Rosemary VanArsdel, on periodicals of Australia, New Zealand, and  South Africa; Winter 2004).


'Modes of Publication of Women's Sensation Fiction: Commodities and Communities.'
    In Waseda Global Forum 1 (March 2005), SILS.
    Available from: <https://waseda.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_uri&item_id=24700&file_id=162&file_no=1>.


'The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (1)' (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 8 (November 2005).

    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'A Tale of Two Authors: On the shorter fiction of Gaskell and Collins.'
    In Gaskell Studies (Japan Gaskell Society) 16 (October 2006). Revised version in Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 9 (December 2006).
    Available from: <http://www.gaskell.jp/ronshu/16/16_01-14LAW.pdf>.


'The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (2)' (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 9 (December 2006).

    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'"A Vile Way of Publishing": Gissing and Serials.'
   In Victorian Review (Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada) 33:1 (April 2007).


'Sympathy for the Devil: or, When was the ending of A Life's Morning rewritten?'
    In Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies 12:1 (December 2007).


'The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (3)' (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 10 (December 2007).
    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'The Serial Revolution at the Periphery'
     In Angles on the English Speaking World NS10: Moveable Type, Mobile Notions: Transactions in Book History (July 2010).


'Out of Her Hands: On the Charlotte M. Brame Manuscripts in the O'Neill Collection (MSS 0141)'
    In Waseda Global Forum 8 (March 2012), SILS.
    Available from: <https://waseda.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_uri&item_id=25184&file_id=162&file_no=1>


'Old vs. New Journalism and the Public Sphere; or, Habermas Encounters Dallas and Stead' (with Matthew Sterenberg)
    In 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century (U. of London, Birkbeck College) 16 (March 2013).
    Available from:  <http://www.19.bbk.ac.uk/article/view/ntn.657>.


'On the Provenance of Two Late "American Stories" Attributed to Wilkie Collins'
    In Waseda Global Forum 10 (March 2014), SILS
, Waseda University.
    Available from: <http://www.f.waseda.jp/glaw/arts/WasedaGlobalForum_10_Law.pdf>


'The grealm of the deadh and Modern Media: The Strange Case of W.T. Stead'

    In Transcommunication 7-1 (Spring 2020), GSICCS, Waseda University.
   
Available from:  <https://waseda.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_uri&item_id=52117&file_id=162&file_no=1>


'Nineteenth-century Soaps: Towards a Comparative Account of the Popular Victorian Serial Tale.'
    In Transcommunication
7-2 (Fall 2020), GSICCS, Waseda University.
    Available from: <https://waseda.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_uri&item_id=58125&file_id=162&file_no=1>


'Being Alone: Experiences of Isolation in the Imaginary Worlds of His Dark Materials.'
    In Literary Geographies 6:2 ('Literary Geographies in Isolation', Dec. 2020).
    Available from: <https://www.literarygeographies.net/index.php/LitGeogs/article/download/283/pdf>



Contributions to Academic Reference Works

 

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'Periodicals and Syndication.'
    In A Companion to the Victorian Novel, ed. William Baker & Kenneth Womack. Greenwood Press, Westport CT., 2002.
Go to Reviews and Comments on A Companion to the Victorian Novel


Biographical Entries on Victorian novelists: F.J. Fargus (vol. 19), K.S. Macquoid (vol. 36), and J. Saunders (with two co-subjects, vol. 49).
    In Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 60 vols, Oxford University Press. September 2004.


'The Professional Writer and the Literary Market Place.'
    In The Cambridge Companion to Wilkie Collins, ed Jenny Bourne Taylor, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
Go to Reviews and Comments on The Cambridge Companion to Wilkie Collins


Approx. 25 entries, including 'Copyright', 'Anonymity and Signature', and 'Serials and the 19th-century Publishing Industry' (500 words each).
    In Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism, eds. Laurel Brake & Marysa Demoor, Academia Press, Ghent / The British Library, 2009.


'The Serial Revolution' (with Robert L. Patten) (10,000 words).
    Chapter 3 of The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain: Vol. 6 1830-1914, ed. David McKitterick, Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Go to Reviews and Comments on
Cambridge History of the Book in Britain: Vol. 6


Approx. 35 entries, including 'Reviewing in relation to Consumption' (1800 words) and 'Newspaper Printing and Publishing' (1500 words).
    In The Oxford Companion to the Book, eds. Michael F. Suarez & Henry Woudhuysen, Oxford University Press, 2010.
Go to Reviews and Comments on Oxford Companion to the Book

'Internationalizing the Popular Print Marketplace' (8000 words), with Norimasa Morita.
    Ch. 10 of The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture: Vol. 6:  U.S. Popular Print Culture, ed. Christine Bold, Oxford University Press, 2011.
Go to Reviews and Comments on Oxford
History of Popular Print Culture 6


'Sensational Variations on the Domestic Romance: Charlotte M. Brame and Mary Cecil Hay in the Family Herald.'
   In A Companion to Sensation Fiction, ed  Pamela  K. Gilbert,  Oxford:  Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.

Go to Reviews and Comments on A Companion to Sensation Fiction


'The Professionalization of Authorship.'
   In The Oxford History of the Novel in English: Vol. 3 The Nineteenth-Century Novel 1820-1880, eds John Kucich & Jenny Bourne Taylor, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011.
Go to Reviews and Comments on  Oxford History of the Novel in English: Vol. 3


'Periodicalism' (8000 words).
   In 'Section 6: Culture' of The Victorian World, ed. Martin Hewitt, 'Routledge Worlds' Series, 2012.


'Sensation Fiction and the Publishing Industry.'
    In The Cambridge Companion to Sensation Fiction, ed Andrew Mangham, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.


eOuidafs Attack on Fiction Syndication, 22 May 1891f.
  
At BRANCH: Britain, Representation and 19-Century History. Ed. Dino Franco Felluga, April 2013.
   Available from: <http://www.branchcollective.org/?ps_articles=graham-law-22-may-1891-ouidas-attack-on-fiction-syndication>.


'Serialization' (3500 words) & 'Japan in Victorian Literature' (1000 words).
   In Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature (4 vols), eds. Dino Franco Felluga, Pamela K. Gilbert, & Linda K. Hughes, Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.


eDistributionf (7000 words).
   Ch. 3 of The Routledge Handbook to Nineteenth-Century British Periodicals and Newspapers, ed. Andrew King, Alexis Easley, and John Morton, Routledge, London/New York, 2016.

'British Library Newspapers: Literary Serialization in the 19th-Century Provincial Press' (5000 words)
    In Gale Primary Sources: British Library Newspapers Collection (May 2017)
    Available from: <https://www.gale.com/binaries/content/assets/gale-us-en/primary-sources/newsvault/gps_britishlibrarynewspapers_grahamlawliteraryserialization.pdf>

'Serializing Fiction in the Australasian Press' (10,000 words)
   In
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature
(October 2017)
   Available from: <http://literature.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190201098.001.0001/acrefore-9780190201098-e-291>

Four entries ('Cricket' (1000 words), 'Tillotson's Fiction Bureau' (700 words), 'Dora Thorne', and 'Lucy, the Factory Girl' (both 100 words)).
    In Companion to Victorian Popular Fiction, ed. Kevin Morrison, McFarland, 2018.

'David Pae, the Newspaper Novel, and the Imagine Community of North Britain' (3000 words)
    In ASLS Companion to Nineteenth-Century Scottish Literature, ed. Caroline McCracken-Flesher, et al.
, ASLS, [forthcoming].


 


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Wilkie Collins: 'The Evil Genius'.
    Broadview Press, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 1994.


Charles Dickens: 'Hard Times'
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    Broadview Press, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 1996.


Charles Dickens: 'Great Expectations'
(with Adrian J. Pinnington).
    Broadview Press, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, 1998.


David Pae: 'Lucy the Factory Girl'
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    Sensation Press, Hastings, Sussex, UK, 2001.
Go to updated version of Appendix D1 ('DAVID PAE'S NEWSPAPER NOVELS', 2018).


The First Complete Edition of "The Victims of Circumstances" by Wilkie Collins, with an Account of How the Third Sketch "The Hidden Cash" was Lost and Found
.
  The Wilkie Collins Society, London, June 2002.
Go to Comments on Victims of Circumstances


Dora Russell:
Beneath the Wave (Vol. 6 of Varieties of Women's Sensation Fiction: 1855-1890, General Editor: Andrew Maunder).
    Pickering & Chatto, London. June 2004.


"A National Wrong", by James Payn and Wilkie Collins, with a discussion of and further documents relating to"The Belinfante Affair" (with Andrew Gasson and Paul Lewis).

   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, October 2004.


The Public Face of Wilkie Collins: The Collected Letters
(4 volumes, co-edited with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, and Paul Lewis).
    Pickering & Chatto, London. June 2005.
Go to Comments on The Public Face of Wilkie Collins


"The Widows", by Wilkie Collins, Unpublished sketches for two plays concerning marriage laws 
(with Andrew Gasson).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, October 2005.


"The New Dragon of Wantley: A Social Revelation", A Lost Tale by Wilkie Collins, with further discussion of his contributions to The Leader
.
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2007.


The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (4)
(with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2008.


The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (5)
(with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2009.


The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (6)
(with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2010.


The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (7)
(with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2011.


Wilkie's
Two Late "American Stories": Finds or Fakes?.
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, October 2013.


The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (8)
(with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2013.


The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (9)
(with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2014.

The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (10) (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2016.

The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (11) (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2017.

The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (12) (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2018.

The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins (Past Masters edition, 6 vols, 1,000,000 words) (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   InteLex Corporation, Charlottesville, Virginia, December 2018 (ISBN: 978-1-57085-269-5).

The Collected Letters of Wilkie Collins: Addenda and Corrigenda (13) (with William Baker, Andrew Gasson, Paul Lewis).
   The Wilkie Collins Society, London, December 2020.

gA Prince among journalistsh: E.S. Dallas in The Times (with Jenny Bourne Taylor).
  
Routledge, London, forthcoming (2023).

 


Academic Reviews and Journalism
 

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'Collins and the Newspaper Novel.'
    In Newsletter of the Wilkie Collins Society of North America 1:1 (October 1997).


Review of Charles Johanningsmeier, Fiction and the American Literary Marketplace , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997.
    In SHARP News 7:1 (Winter 1997-8).


'Different Worlds.'
    In Wilkie Collins Society Newsletter (Spring 1999) Supplement.
    Available from:<http://wilkiecollinssociety.org/different-worlds/>


'Guest Comment: "For the Letter . . . Giveth Life"'.
    In SHARP News  9:2 (Spring 2000).


Review of The Letters of Wilkie Collins, eds. William Baker and William M. Clarke, Macmillan, London, 1999.
    In Studies in English Literature 42 (March 2001), English Literature Society of Japan.


Review of Ronald Thomas, Detective Fiction and the Rise of Forensic Science, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1999.
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 4 (November 2001).
    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


'Return of the Chariots of Fire' (in Japanese).
    In Waseda University Forum 81 (March 2002, 'Waseda Sport' Special Issue).


Review of Laurel Brake, Bill Bell, & David Finkelstein, eds, Nineteenth-Century Media and the Construction of Identities, Palgrave (Macmillan/St Martin's Press), London/New York, 2000.
    In Victorian Studies 44:4 (Summer 2002).


Review of Wilkie Collins Blind Love eds. Maria K. Bachman and Don Richard Cox, Broadview Press, Peterborough, Canada, 2003.
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 6 (November 2003).

    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


Review of Alexis Weedon, Victorian Publishing: The Economics of Book Publishing for a Mass Market, Ashgate, Aldershot, 2003; and Bradley Deane, The Making of the Victorian Novelist: Anxieties of Authorship in the Mass Market, Routledge, London, 2003.
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 7 (December 2004).

    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


Review of Mary Elizabeth Braddon, The White Phantom ed. Jennifer Carnell, Sensation Press, Hastings, 2005.
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 8 (November 2005).
    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


Review of Kay Boardman & Shirley Jones, Popular Victorian Women Writers, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2004.
    In Journal of British Studies 45:1 (January 2006).


Review of Andrew Mangham, Violent Women and Sensation Fiction: Crime, Medicine and Victorian Popular Culture, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2007.
    In Wilkie Collins Society Journal NS 10 (December 2007).
    Available from: <https://wilkiecollinssociety.org/wcsj-new-series-1998-2007/>.


Review of Joel H. Wiener, The Americanization of the British Press, 1830s-1914, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2011.
    In Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature 96:1 (December 2012).
    Available from: <http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1467-8314.12032/abstract>.


Review of Saverio Tomaiuolo, Victorian Unfinished Novels: The Imperfect Page, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2012.
    In Wilkie Collins Journal 3rd Ser. 2 (December 2013).
    Available from: <http://wilkiecollinssociety.org/victorian-unfinished-novels-the-imperfect-page/>


'"Why Bother": Doing Japanese Studies in Japan through the Medium of English' (GSICCS 1st Anniversary Symposium, with R. Campbell, M. Molasky, and A.J. Pinnington, ed. G. Law)
    In Transcommunication 1 (March 2014) GSICCS, Waseda University.
    Available from: <https://waseda.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_uri&item_id=25493&file_id=162&file_no=1>


Review of Troy J. Bassett, The Rise and Fall of the Victorian Three-Volume Novel,  Palgrave Macmillan, 2020

    In Style 55:3 (October 2021) PennState University Press.




English Textbooks
 

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English VI (94): Reading Modern Fiction
(with Hisaaki Yamanouchi).
    University of the Air Publications, Tokyo, 1994.


In Contrast: Institutions and Practices in Britain and Japan
(with notes by Norimasa Morita).
    Macmillan LanguageHouse, Tokyo, 1997.


English IV (99): Voices from Britain
(with Hisaaki Yamanouchi).
    University of the Air Publications, Tokyo, 1999.


Greening Up the World
(under the pseudonym 'George Lee', with Akira Morita et al.)
    Seibido, Tokyo, 2001.




Academic Presentations

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'English for Culture-Specific Purposes.'
    JALT Regional Conference, Tokyo, Feb 1994.


'Team Teaching in Perspective.' (Colloquium with Richard Smith, John F. Fanselow, & Sheila Hones)
    20th JALT Annual Conference, Matsuyama, Oct 1994.


'Tillotsons v. Lengs: Syndicated Novels in British Provincial Weeklies in the Late Nineteenth Century.'
    5th Annual SHARP Conference, Cambridge, Jul 1997.


'Readership and Fiction Syndication in Victorian Provincial Newspapers: Tillotsons v. Lengs.'
    School of English Staff Seminar, University of Exeter, Oct 1997.


'Above the Common Herd?--Bulwer-Lytton and Serialization.'
    Bulwer-Lytton 2000: An International Conference, Institute of English Studies, University of London, 5 Jul 2000.


'Serial Fiction in Newspapers in the 1840s.'
    RSVP 2000: Victorian Encounters: Editors, Publishers, Readers, Birkbeck College, University of London, 22 Jul 2000.


'New Woman Novels in Newspapers.'
    Feminist Forerunners: The New Woman in the National and International Periodical Press, 1880 to the 1920s, Manchester Metropolitan University, 26 Jul 2000.


'Local Press, Local Fiction, Local Identity.'
    Inaugural International Conference of the British Association for Victorian Studies, University of Hertfordshire, 9 Sep 2000.


'English Fiction/English Film.' (Symposium with Norimasa Morita, Richard Powell, Barry Natusch)
    73rd Annual Conference of the English Literature Society of Japan, Gakushuin University, Tokyo, 19 May 2001.


'Japan and the Internationalization of the Serial Fiction Market.' (with Norimasa Morita)
    RSVP 2001: Rethinking the 19th Century Press, City University of New York, 15 Sep 2001.


'Dickens and the Shift from Monthly to Weekly Serialization.'
    Guest Lecture, Dickens Fellowship, Japan Branch, AGM, Doshisha University, Kyoto, 6 Oct 2001.


'Novels in British Newspapers.'
    British Studies Research Group Study Meeting, Waseda University, Tokyo, 21 Dec 2001.


'Trollope and the Newspapers.'
    10th Annual SHARP Conference, IES, University of London, 10 Jul 2002.


'Imagined Local Communities: Three Victorian Newspaper Novelists.'
    20th Annual Seminar on the History of the British Book Trade, Exeter University, 25 Jul 2002.


'Internationalization and the Serial Fiction Market: The Case of Japan.'
    'Books and Empire', SHARP Regional Conference II, University of Sydney, 30 Jan 2003.


'Imagined Identities: Three Victorian Local Newspaper Novelists.'
    'Victorian Identities Conference', Australasian Victorian Studies Association Annual Conference, Griffith University, Brisbane, 5 Feb 2003.


'Novels in Newspapers: Projects and Plans.'
    Graduate School of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, 24 Feb 2003.


'Varieties of Women's Sensation Fiction: Beyond the 1860s.'
     Symposium with Lyn Pykett, Andrew Maunder, and Mark Knight, British Association of Victorian Studies 5th Annual Conference, Keele University, 3 September 2004.


'Power to the Periphery: Towards an Atlas of the European Newspaper Novel.'
     International Conference, 'Feuilletons et "serials" en Europe et aux Etats-Unis (XIXe-XXe siecles): naissance et mutations d'un genre', Universite de Paris 7, 3 December 2004.


'Collins and the Literary Marketplace.'
     Contribution to Keynote Symposium with Jenny Bourne Taylor et al., Wilkie Collins One-Day Conference, University of Sheffield, 19 March 2005.


'Fanmail, Phantom Friends and a Few Fakes: On the Margins of Collins's Correspondence.'
     Wilkie Collins One-Day Conference, University of Sheffield, 19 March 2005.


'"Other Tales": On the shorter fiction of Gaskell and Collins.'
    Guest Lecture, Japan Gaskell Society, AGM, Waseda University, Tokyo, 2 October 2005.


'Fanmail, Phantom Friends and a Few Fakes: On the Margins of Collins's Correspondence.'
     Graduate Seminar, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Tokyo, 2 November 2005.


'Collins on International Copyright.'
   'New Word Order: Emerging Histories of the Book', SHARP Regional Conference IV,  Jadavpur University, Kolkata, 30 Jan-1 Feb 2006.


'The Serial Revolution at the Periphery.'
   'A World Elsewhere: Orality, Manuscript and Print in Colonial and Post-Colonial Cultures', SHARP Regional Conference V,  Centre for the Book, Cape Town, 2-4 Apr 2007.


'Nineteenth-Century Soaps: Towards a Comparative Account of the Popular Victorian Serial.'
   'Published Words, Public Pages,' SHARP Copenhagen: a Nordic conference of International Print Culture, Denmark, 10-12 Sep 2008.

'Serial Issues in a Digital World.'
    International Symposium: 'New Directions in Textual Scholarship', Saitama University/Printing Museum, Tokyo, March 26-7, 2010.

 'By the author of "Dora Thorne": A Case of Identity in the Fiction Factory.'
     Faculty Seminar, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University, 13 October 2011.

'Old vs. New Journalism and the Public Sphere; or, Habermas Encounters Dallas and Stead'
    'W.T. Stead: Centenary Conference for a Newspaper Revolutions', British Library, 16-17 April 2012 (delivered in absentia).

'"Why Bother": Doing Japanese Studies in Japan through the Medium of English'
    Symposium with Robert Campbell, Michael Molasky, and Adrian Pinnington, GSICCS First Anniversary Symposium, Waseda University, Tokyo, January 16, 2014.



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