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B.A., Yale University


“Louis Lambert, Mon Frère: Balzacian Intertextuality and Jamesian Autobiography in The Ambassadors” in Henry James’s Europe. Paris: American University of Paris, 2010.

“John Singer Sargent and the American Paradox,” in Sculptors, Painters, and Italy: Italian Influence on Nineteenth-Century American Art. Florence: Il Prato, 2009.

“Call Me Isabel”: Reverberations of James’s Archetypal Plots in the Lives of His Readers.” Henry James Review, 2010.

“Tragedies Upon Tragedies: Henry James and the Downfall of William Wetmore Story and His Family.” Ateneo Veneto, anno CXCIV, terza serie, 6/11 (2007).

“Where’s Waldo? The Disturbing Disappearance of Gilded Age Sculptor Waldo Story.” Sculpture Journal, Volume 18.1 (2009).

“The Dry-Lighted Soul Ignites: Emerson and His Soul-Mate Caroline Sturgis As Seen in Her Houghton Manuscripts.” Harvard Library Bulletin, Fall 2005, Vol. 16, number 3, pp. 37-67.

“Margaret Fuller’s Aesthetic Transcendentalism and Its Legacy” in Harold Bloom, ed. The American Renaissance. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Press, 2004.

Kathy's article on Caroline Sturgis can be found here.