Irving Scholarship 2007-Present

Apap, Christopher, and Tracy Hoffman. “Prospects for the Study of Washington Irving.” Resources for American Literary Study 35 (2012): 3-27.

Benton, Steve. “ ‘Pinioned by a Chain of Reasoning’?: Anti-Intellectualism and Models of Rationality in Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow.” The Philosophy of Tim Burton. Ed. Jennifer L. McMahon, UP of Kentucky (2014): 111–30.

Bernhardt, Mark. “Washington Irving’s Western Adventure: Masculinity, Race, and the Early American Frontier.” Journal of the West 52.1 (2013): 17-24.

Burstein, Andrew. The Original Knickerbocker: The Life of Washington Irving. New York: Basic, 2007.

Clarke, Norma. ” ‘More National (to Ireland) than Personal’: James Prior’s Life of Oliver Goldsmith (1837).” Biography 41.1 (2018): 48-70.

Da, Nan Z. “Transnationalism as Metahistoriography: Washington Irving’s Chinese Americas.” American Literary History 25.2 (2013): 271-93.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. “Washington Irving: the ‘Almighty Dollar’ and Little Dorrit.” Dickens Quarterly 31.3 (2014): 229-34.

Einboden, Jeffrey. “Washington Irving in Muslim Translation: Revising the American Mahomet.” Translation & Literature 18.1 (2009): 43-62.

Hankens, LV. “The Art of Retreat: Salmagundi‘s Elbow-Chair Domesticity.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 71.4 (2017): 431-56.

Haspel, Paul. Berlin’s Own Rip Van Winkle: The Washington Irving Connection in Wolfgang Becker’s Good Bye, Lenin!Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies 53.4 (2017): 382-406.

Hoffman, Tracy. “Irving’s ‘Adventure of the German Student’ ” The Explicator 67.4 (2009): 233-36.

Hurst, C. Michael. “Reinventing Patriarchy: Washington Irving and the Autoerotics of the American Imaginary.” Early American Literature 47.3 (2012): 649-78.

“Ichabod Crane Is Alive!” 16 Feb. 2016. Accessed 6 Oct. 2021.

Insko, Jeffrey. “Diedrich Knickerbocker: Regular Bred Historian.” Early American Literature 43.3 (2008): 605-41.

Jones, Brian Jay. Washington Irving: An American Original. New York: Arcade, 2008.

Jones, Catherine. “Romantic Opera in Translation: Carl Maria von Weber and Washington Irving.” Translation & Literature 20.1 (2011): 29-47.

“The Kindle Discovers Christopher Columbus.” 9 Oct. 2011. Accessed 6 Oct. 2021.

McGann, Jerome. “Washington Irving, ‘A History of New York,’ and American History.” Early American Literature 47.2 (2012): 349-76.

Mong, Derek. “Rip Van Winkle Gets Woke.” Kenyon Review Online. 6 Oct. 2020. Accessed 27 Jan. 2021.

Nighan, Michael J. “Washington Irving Crosses the Genesee.” Talker of the Town. 16 Nov. 2021.

Pellérdi, Márta. “My Idleness has Led me Aside: Forms of Attention in Washington Irving’s Sketch Book.” In: Katalin G. Kállay, Mátyás Bánhegyi et al. ed. The Arts of Attention. Budapest: L’Harmattan, 2016, 295-307.

Schlueter, John P. “Private Practices: Washington Irving, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the Recovery of Possibility.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 66.3 (2011): 283-306.

Scraba, Jeffrey. “Quixotic History and Cultural Memory: Knickerbocker’s History of New York.”  Early American Studies 7.2 (2009): 389-425.

—. “ ‘Dear Old Romantic Spain’: Washington Irving Imagines Andalucia.”  Romanticism and the Anglo-Hispanic Imaginary (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2010).

Sizemore, Michelle R. ” ‘Changing by Enchantment:’ Temporal Convergence, Early National Comparisons, and Washington Irving’s Sketchbook.” Studies in American Fiction 40.2 (2013): 157-83.

Wingate, Jordan. “Irving’s Columbus and Hemispheric American History.” American Literature 89.3 (2017): 463-96.

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