Jackson, HeatherHeather Jackson
Professor of English; Graduate Faculty; Undergraduate Instructor
Jackman Humanities Building, Room 924
Teaching and Research Interests
Eighteenth Century and Romantic; Coleridge; Book history.
Associated with the Collaborative Program in Book History and Print Culture, Massey College.
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Toronto)
"Those Who Write for Immortality": Romantic Reputations and the Dream of Lasting Fame
(Yale UP, forthcoming 2015).
Author of Marginalia: Readers Writing in Books
Editor of S.T. Coleridge Marginalia,
Vols 3-6 (1992-2001) and of a volume of selections, A Book I Value
Joint Editor of Coleridge Shorter Works and Fragments
Editor of Coleridge Poems
in Oxford Classics (1997) and of the Oxford Authors Coleridge
(1985) and Selected Letters
Recent articles include:
"England's Populist Pindars" Electronic British Library Journal
"What Was Mr. Bennet Doing in his Library, and What Does It Matter?" Romantic Circles
, Praxis Series (2004).
"Coleridge, Tulk, and Swedenborg" in Essays on Swedenborg
"Marginal Frivolities" in Owners, Annotators, and the Signs of Reading
"Samuel Taylor Coleridge" in the Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature
“Coleridge as Reader: Marginalia” in the Oxford Handbook of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"John Adams's Marginalia Then and Now" (2009) online at http://www.adamsjefferson.com/papers/adams_marginalia_jackson.pdf
(28 April 2009)
“A General Theory of Fame in the Lives of the Poets
.” Age of Johnson
“The ‘Ai’ in ‘Adonais.’” Review of English Studies
"Johnson and Biography." Samuel Johnson in Context
“What’s Biography Got To Do With It?” European Romantic Review