Writing Arctic Disaster: Authorship and Exploration (Cambridge series on Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, Cambridge University Press, 2016)– Short Listed for the 2016 Kendrick Book Prize by the Society for Literature, Science & the Arts
The Material Cultures of Enlightenment Arts and Sciences. Ed. Adriana Craciun and Simon Schaffer. (Palgrave, April 2016)
Fatal Women of Romanticism. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Reissued in paperback in 2009.
Rebellious Hearts: British Women Writers and the French Revolution. Ed. Adriana Craciun and Kari E. Lokke. State University of New York Press, 2001.
A Routledge Literary Sourcebook on Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Routledge, 2002.
Journal Issues Edited
co-editor, Eighteenth-Century Studies: Special Issue on The Disorder of Things 45.1 (October 2011) http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/eighteenth-century_studies/toc/ecs.45.1.html
Select essays below are available for download via http://ucriverside.academia.edu/adrianacraciun/Papers
“The Seeds of Disaster: Relics of La Pérouse.” The Material Cultures of Enlightenment Arts and Sciences. Ed. Adriana Craciun and Simon Schaffer. (Palgrave, forthcoming 2016)
“Frankenstein’s Politics.” The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein. Ed. Andrew Smith (Cambridge UP, forthcoming 2016).
“Flotsam and Jetsam: Franklin’s Shipwreck and a Modern Controversy.” Review essay of Geiger and Mitchell’s Franklin’s Lost Ship: The Historic Discovery of HMS Erebus, in the Literary Review of Canada (Jan/Feb 2016)
“The Franklin Relics in the Arctic Archive.” Victorian Literature and Culture 42.1 (2014) 1-31.
“Oceanic Voyages, Maritime Books, and Eccentric Inscriptions.” Atlantic Studies 10.2 (2013) 170-196.
“The Franklin Mystery.” Cover essay for Literary Review of Canada (May 2012)
“What is an Explorer?” Eighteenth-Century Studies 45.1 (2011) 29-51. Reprinted in Expedition into Empire, ed. Martin Thomas (Routledge, 2014).
“The Disorder of Things.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 45.1 (2011) 1-13. (co-authored with Luisa Calè)
“Writing the Disaster: Franklin and Frankenstein.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 65.4 (2011) 433-480.
“The Frozen Ocean.” PMLA 125.3 (2010) 693-702. (Awarded Best Article Prize, Nineteenth-Century Studies Association)
“The Scramble for the Arctic.” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 11.1 (March 2009) 103-114. Reprinted in The Politics of the Arctic, ed. Geir Honneland (Elgar, 2014)
“Romantic Poetry, Gender, Sexuality.” In Cambridge Companion to Romantic Poetry. Ed. James Chandler and Maureen McLane. Cambridge UP, 2008. 155-77.
“Empire Without End: Charlotte Smith at the Limits of Cosmopolitanism.” Women’s Writing 16.1 (2009) 39-59.
“Cosmopolitan Emigration and the Novels of Charlotte Smith”. Nineteenth-Century Worlds: Global Formations, Past and Present. Eds. Keith Hanley and Greg Kucich. Routledge, 2008.
“Citizens of the World: Emigrés, Romantic Cosmopolitanism, and Charlotte Smith.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 29 (June/September 2007) 169-185.
“Romantic Spinstrelsy: Anne Bannerman and the Sexual Politics of the Ballad.” Scotland and the Borders of Romanticism, ed. Leith Davis, Ian Duncan, and Janet Sorenson. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 204-24.
“Romantic Satanism and the Rise of Nineteenth-Century Women’s Poetry.” New Literary History 34.4 (2004) 699-721.
“Introduction: Mary Robinson’s ‘Present State of the Manners and Society of the Metropolis of England.’” PMLA 119.1 (2004) 103-7.
“Mary Robinson, the Monthly Magazine, and the Free Press.” Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism 25.1 (April 2002) 19-40.
“The New Cordays: Helen Craik and British Representations of Charlotte Corday, 1793-1800.” Rebellious Hearts: British Women Writers and the French Revolution. Ed. Craciun and Lokke. SUNY, 2001. 193-232.
“British Women Writers and the French Revolution, 1789-1815″ (with Kari Lokke). Rebellious Hearts: British Women Writers and the French Revolution. Ed. Craciun and Lokke. SUNY, 2001. 3-30.
“The Subject of Violence: Mary Lamb, Femme Fatale.” Romanticism and Women Poets: Opening the Doors of Reception. Ed. Stephen C. Behrendt and Harriet Kramer Linkin. Kentucky University Press, 1999. 67-106.
“Violence Against Difference: Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Robinson.” Making History: Textuality and the Forms of Eighteenth-Century Culture. Ed. Greg Clingham. Bucknell University Press/Associated University Presses, 1998. 111-141.
“Introduction: Charlotte Dacre and the Vivisection of Virtue.” Zofloya; or, The Moor, by Charlotte Dacre. Ed. Adriana Craciun. Peterborough: Broadview, 1997. 9-32.
“The Romantic Period: General Studies” and “Romantic women poets.” Year’s Work in English Studies (for 1996). Blackwell, 1998. 450-463.
“‘I hasten to be disembodied’: Charlotte Dacre, the Demon Lover, and Representations of the Body.” European Romantic Review 6 (1995) 75-97.
Opinion Essays and Media Interviews
“Franklin’s Sobering True Legacy,” (OP-ED) Ottawa Citizen (Sept. 10, 2014).
Radio interview on “The 180,” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, “Why We Should Not be Celebrating the Disaster that was the Franklin expedition” (aired Sept. 14, 2014)
“Franklin’s errors should inform Canada’s map of Northwest Passage” (OP-ED) Winnipeg Free Press (Sept. 12, 2014)
“Call off the Search for Franklin’s Ships,” (OP-ED) in Ottawa Citizen (Sept. 27, 2013)
co-editor, Montalbert, by Charlotte Smith. In The Works of Charlotte Smith, vol. 8. Pickering & Chatto, 2006.
editor, Waldorf, or the Dangers of Philosophy, by Sophia King. In The Anti-Jacobin Novels series (series editors Claudia Johnson and Wil Verhoeven). Pickering & Chatto, 2005.
editor, Zofloya; or, The Moor, by Charlotte Dacre. Broadview Press, 1997.
co-editor, A Letter to the Women of England on the Injustice of Mental Subordination. A Romantic Circles Hypertext Edition , by Mary Robinson. Romantic Circles, published electronically by the University of Maryland, 1998. www.rc.umd.edu/editions/robinson/cover.htm
“Mary Robinson, the Monthly Magazine, and the Free Press.” Romantic Periodicals and Print Culture. Ed. Kim Wheatley. London: Frank Cass, 2003. 19-40.
“The Subject of Violence: Mary Lamb, Femme Fatale.” Rept. in Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism.
“‘I hasten to be disembodied’: Charlotte Dacre, the Demon Lover, and Representations of the Body.” Rept. in Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism vol. 151 (2005).
“Charlotte Dacre and the Vivisection of Virtue.” Rept. in Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism vol. 151 (2005).
Reviews and Shorter Pieces
“Eliza Mary Hamilton.” Invited 30-page essay for Irish Women Romantic Poets (Electronic Archive, Alexander Street Press), ed. Stephen Behrendt (2008).
“Romanticism, Periodization, and the Long Nineteenth Century.” 19: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Long Nineteenth Century (2006).
“Mary Robinson.” Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature. Ed. David Scott Kastan, Nancy Armstrong et al. 4 vols. Oxford UP, 2006. 4: 382-6.
“Anne Bannerman.” “The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women. Oxford UP, 2006. 27-28.
“Helen Craik.” “The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women. Oxford UP, 2006. 82-83.
“Anne Bannerman: A Critical Introduction.” Scottish Romantic Women Poets. Ed. Stephen Behrendt and Nancy Kushigian. Alexander Street Press with U of Virginia, 2002.
Review of Hal Hartley’s film No Such Thing: A Modern Day Fable (2001), Gothic Studies 5.1 (2003) 129-32.
Review of Diane Long Hoeveler’s Gothic Feminism: The Professionalization of Gender from Charlotte Smith to the Brontes. Gothic Studies 1.2 (1999).
“Romantic Women Poets: New Anthologies and Criticism” (a review essay of six new volumes). Romanticism on the Net: An International Refereed Electronic Journal Devoted to Romantic Studies 12(November 1998). www-sul.stanford.edu/mirrors/romnet/rwp.html
“Heavenly Music in Hellish Song: Diabolical Hypertext.” Paper in response to Stuart Curran’s plenary paper at the online conference on P.B. Shelley’s The Devil’s Walk, a Hypertext Edition, hosted by Romantic Circles Website, Oct. 18, 1997.
“Charlotte Dacre.” An Encyclopedia of British Women Writers, 2nd ed. Eds. Paul and June Schlueter. Rutgers University Press, 1999.
“Helen Craik.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Ed. H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.
“Anne Bannerman.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Ed. H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.
Work in Progress
Arctic Enlightenments (book project in progress)
The Star Gazers: Poetry, Astronomy, and Sexuality in 19th-Century Dublin
“Collecting Time: Svalbard’s Global Seed Vault” (essay in progress)