Intellectual Heritage





Anna Peak received her Ph.D. in 2010 from Temple University with an interdisciplinary dissertation in British poetry and prose of the long nineteenth century, cultural and gender studies, and music. Prior to joining the Intellectual Heritage program, she taught writing, Romantic and Victorian literature, and women's studies at Chestnut Hill College, Rowan University, and Temple University. Her research interests include the role of music in British aestheticism; female aesthetes and New Woman fiction; Victorian sensation fiction; and what Norman Girardot calls the "Victorian translation of China". Her work is scheduled to appear in SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900; Victorian Review; and The Research Companion to Anthony Trollope.


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