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“A Professor’s Civil War—M. Schele de Vere’s Struggle with the Confederacy.” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 127, no. 2 (Accepted. Forthcoming 2019).
“Call Me Maybe: Telephonic Romances and the Female Voice 1880-1920.” American Literary Realism (Accepted. Forthcoming 2018).
“‘From many million heart-throbs’: Walt Whitman’s Communitarian Sentimentalisms.” College Literature 45 (Accepted. Forthcoming 2018).
Ashland, Alex, Stephanie M. Blalock and Stefan Schöberlein. “‘For maps and charts?’: The Creative Geography of Walt Whitman’s Correspondence” [working title] In The New Walt Whitman Studies. Edited by Matt Cohen (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Under contract. Forthcoming 2018).
“Garden Warfare—Videogaming’s Green Thumb.” In Enchanted, Stereotyped, Civilized: Garden Narratives in Literature, Art and Film. Edited by Sabine Planka and Feryal Cubukcu (Würzburg, GER: Königshausen & Neumann. Forthcoming 2018).
“Walt Whitman” In Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 381: Writers on Women’s Rights and United States Suffrage. (Forthcoming October 2017).



Whitman, Walt. Das abenteuerliche Leben des Jack Engle [The Life and Adventures of Jack Engle]. Edited, translated and afterword by Stefan Schöberlein (Berlin: Das Kulturelle Gedächtnis, 2017). []
“Poe or not Poe? A stylometric analysis of Edgar Allan Poe’s disputed writings.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 32, no. 2 (2017), 643–665. [Oxford UP, pay-walled]
“Speaking in Tongues, Speaking without Tongues: Transplanted Voices in Charles Brockden Brown’s Wieland.” Journal of American Studies 51, no. 2 (2017): 535-552. [Cambridge UP, pay-walled]
“Herman Melville and the International Paper Machine.” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 23, no. 4: 730-754. [Oxford UP, pay-walled]
“Dinosaurs in Iowa. Or: On Reading Fossils.” South Central Review 34, no. 1 (2017): 68-92. [Project Muse, pay-walled]
“Scholarship as Testimony: Jerome McGann’s Keynote Address for the 16th Annual Craft Critique Culture Conference, 2016.” Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies 17 (2017). [open access]
“Incalculable, Unaccountable, Indivisible? Walt Whitman’s Lessons in Arithmetic.” Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 34, no. 2 (2016): 169-194. [open access]
“Tapping the Wire: A Telegraphic Discourse.” American Literature 88, no. 2 (2016): 269-300. [e-Duke, pay-walled]
“Whitman, Walt, Kinder Adams / Children of Adam; Iggy Pop, Alva Noto, and Tarwater, Leaves of Grass [review].” Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 33, nos. 3 & 4 (2016): 311-12. [open access]
“Insane in the Membrane: Emily Dickinson Dissecting Brains.” The Emily Dickinson Journal 24, no. 2 (2015): 46-70. [Project Muse, pay-walled]
Sheppard Lee” and “Gothic Literature.”  In Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia. 2015. Online. [open access]
“The Ever-Changing Nature of the Sea: Whitman’s Absorption of Maximilian Schele De Vere.” Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 30, no. 2 (2013): 57-77. [open access]