AboutStephanie Insley Hershinow is Assistant Professor of English at Baruch College, CUNY, where she specializes in eighteenth-century British literature, the history and theory of the novel, experimental literature, and literary theory. She has held a postdoc with the Rutgers University Center for Cultural Analysis and fellowships from the Rotary Foundation and the Fulbright Program. In the summer of 2016, she participated in the NEH summer seminar “Post-secular Studies and the Rise of the English Novel, 1719-1897.” Her book, Born Yesterday: Inexperience and the Early Novel, will be published by Johns Hopkins University Press in 2019.
She owns 22 different ratty paperback editions of Henry Fielding’s comic masterpiece, Joseph Andrews.
EducationPhD, Johns Hopkins University
MA, University of York, UK
BA, College of William and Mary
“The Best of Intentions,” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture (forthcoming)
“Romantic Selfhood and the Selfie: Relating to the Novel,” Romantic Circles Pedagogy Commons
“Clarissa’s Conjectural History,” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation
“When Experience Matters: Tom Jones and Virtue Rewarded,” NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction
Review of Jennifer Preston Wilson and Elizabeth Kraft’s MLA Approaches to Teaching the Novels of Henry Fielding, The Scriblerian (forthcoming)
“Lady Parts,” review of the Queen’s Company production of Aphra Behn’s Sir Patient Fancy, Aphra Behn Online
Review of Rae Greiner’s Sympathetic Realism in Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Victoriographies
Review of R. Jay Magill, Jr.’s Sympathy, Journal of Social History
Upcoming Talks and Conferences“Clarissa by the Numbers,” ASECS, March 2018
Roundtable “ASECS and V21,” ASECS, March 2018
“The Incest Plot,” Society for Novel Studies, May 2018