1. University of Virginia
  2. Arts & Sciences

Andrew Stauffer

Associate Professor, Director of NINES

106 Bryan Hall

Office Hours:

MW 11:00-12:00; 1:00-2:00

Class Schedule:

MW 2:00-3:15; 5:00-6:15

Degrees

Ph.D. University of Virginia, 1998
M.A.  University of Virginia, 1992
B.A.  University of Pennsylvania, 1990

Specialties

19th C British, Digital Humanities

Books

Robert Browning's Poetry, W.W. Norton, 2007

(co-edited with James Loucks, 2nd edition)

She: A History of Adventure, Broadview Press, 2006
Anger, Revolution, and Romanticism, Cambridge University Press, 2005

Research Fellowships

  • Pinetree Distinguished Fellowship, Advanced Research Collaborative, CUNY, 2014-15
  • NYPL Short-Term Research Fellowship, 2013-14
  • ACLS Charles A. Ryskamp Fellowship, 2006-07
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, 2003-04
  • Bibliographical Society of America Fellowship, 2003
  • Huntington Library Mellon Short-Term Fellowship, 2001
  • Gilder Lehrman Fellowship, New-York Historical Society, 2001

Grants

  • CLIR Hidden Collections Grant (co-PI, with Kara McClurken, UVa Library), 2015-17
  • NEH Institutes for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities: Evaluating Digital Scholarship, 2011-13
  • Google Digital Humanities Awards (for Juxta software development), 2010, 2011

Selected Articles

  • “Poetry, Romanticism, and the Practice of Nineteenth-Century Books,” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 34:5 (December 2012), 411-26.
  • “The Nineteenth Century Archive in the Digital Age,” European Romantic Review 23:3 (June 2012), 335-41
  • .“Hemans by the Book,” European Romantic Review 22:3 (June 2011), 373-80.
  • “Evidence and Interpretation in the Digital Age: Searching Engines, Reading Machines,” Victorian Studies 54:1 (2011), 63-8.
  • “Lord Byron’s Poetry,” The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Romanticism, ed. Frederick Burwick, Nancy Moore Goslee, and Diane Long Hoeveler. (Blackwell, 2011).
  • “Digital Scholarly Resources for the Study of Victorian Literature and Culture,” Victorian Literature and Culture 39 (2011), 293-303.
  • The Germ,” The Cambridge Companion to the Pre-Raphaelites, ed. Elizabeth Prettejon (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2012), 76-88.
  • Sardanapalus, Spectacle, and the Empire State,” Byron and the Politics of Freedom and Terror, ed. Piya Pal-Lipinski and Matthew Green (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), 33-46.
  • “Legends of the Mummy Paper,” Printing History n.s. 8 (July 2010), 11-16.
  • “The Lost World of Paper: Rider Haggard’s Pulp,” She: Explorations into a Romance, ed. Tania Zulli. Studi di Anglistica 20 (Aracne Editrice, 2010).
  • “The Career of Byron’s ‘To the Po,’” Keats-Shelley Journal 57 (2008), 108-27
  • .“Two Re-discovered Byron Letters,” Byron Journal 36:2 (2008), 143-6.
  • Childe Roland’s Literate Despair,” Reading, Writing and the Influence of Harold Bloom, ed. Alan Rawes and Jonathon Shears (Manchester Univ. Press, 2010), 103-16.
  • “Rooms of His Own: Byron’s Italian Property Search,” Times Literary Supplement (16/05/08), 15.
  • “The First Printing of a Byron Poem in America,” Notes & Queries 55:1 (March 2008), 31-2.
  • “Ruins of Paper: Dickens and the Necropolitan Archive,”Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, ed. Jerome McGann (January 2008).

Professional Activity

  • Director, NINES: Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship (2008 - )
  • Faculty, Rare Book School, Course: “Digitizing the Historical Record (2010 - )
  • President, Byron Society of America (2013 - )
  • Associate Editor, Victorian Literature and Culture series, University of Virginia Press (2014 - )
  • Editor, “The Digital Nineteenth Century,” Palgrave Pivot series, 2014 –