Sarah Anne Storti

Preceptor, General Faculty

Office Hours: Tues/Thurs 3:15-4:30 in Bryan 140
Class Schedule: MWF 9:00-9:50, 11:11:50; T/Th 2:00-3:15
Specialties:

19th C British, Book History & Culture, Digital Humanities

DEGREES:

Ph.D., English Language and Literature, University of Virginia, 2019
M.A., English Language and Literature, University of Virginia, 2011
B.A., English Literature and French, DePauw University, 2007
 

DISSERTATION:

“The Making of Letitia Landon: Reception, Media, Art.”
Committee: Jerome J. McGann (director), Andrew Stauffer, James Seitz
 

PUBLICATIONS:

 “Letitia Landon: Still a Problem,” Victorian Poetry (forthcoming, Winter 2019).
 

AWARDS & GRANTS (selected):

Spencer Research Library Travel Award, University of Kansas Libraries, 2019.
 
Battestin Fellowship (for bibliographical and textual studies), Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia, 2014.
 
University of Virginia Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Summer Research Award, 2014.
 
Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship (NINES) Graduate Fellowship, University of Virginia, 2010-2011 & 2012-2013.
 
University of Virginia Scholars’ Lab Praxis Program Fellowship, University of Virginia, 2011-2012.
 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (selected):

“Editing Landon,” The Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, Amherst, July 2019.
 
“Whose ending? Re-membering Letitia Landon,” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies, Dallas, March 2019.
 
“Letitia Landon’s poetics of reuse,” Victorians Institute, Asheville, November 2018.
 
“‘A poet with no subject’—Or, a good case for bad poetry,” North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, Providence, June 2018.
 
“Letitia Landon’s ‘The Zenana’: a literary annual manifesto,” British Women Writers Association, Austin, April 2018.
 
“Landon, Keats, and the anti-ekphrastic poem,” North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, August 2017.
 
“Letitia Landon: Still a Problem,” British Women Writers Association (roundtable on “Print Culture and the Poetess”), Chapel Hill, June 2017.
 
“An odd body of work: Letitia Elizabeth Landon and Fisher’s Drawing Room Scrap-Book,” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, Philadelphia, March 2017.
 
“Reading across media: Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s Proserpine,” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2015.
 
“Translation as collaboration and the early work of Dante Gabriel Rossetti,” North American Victorian Studies Association, London, Ontario, November 2014.
 
“Alice's Adventures in facsimile: from manuscript to print and back again,” Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies, Houston, March 2014.
 
“The Praxis Program and Prism: rethinking graduate training in a digital age,” Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium (panel on “The Way Forward”), Victoria, British Columbia, June 2012.