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Natalie Neill

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Department of English

Assistant Professor
Teaching Stream

Office: Atkinson Building, 724
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 20541
Email: nneill@yorku.ca

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An Assistant Professor in the Teaching Stream, Natalie Neill (Ph.D., English, York; M.A., Film Studies, Carleton) specializes in undergraduate teaching and learning (especially the first-year experience) and nineteenth-century literature. Her period-specific research interests include the gothic, satire, women and literature, and film adaptation. She has published articles and book chapters on gothic parodies, adaptations of Romantic and Victorian novels, and nineteenth-century horror novels, among other topics. She has also edited two Romantic-period gothic novels—The Hero and Love and Horror—for Valancourt Books.

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Degrees

Ph.D., York University
M.A., Carleton University
B.A., Carleton University

Research Interests

English , Film, Nineteenth-century literature, the Gothic, Satire and parody, Adaptation
Books

Publication
Year

The Hero; or, The Adventures of a Night, by Bellin de la Liborlière. Edited by Natalie Neill. Translated by Sophia Shedden. 1817. Valancourt Books, 2011. Introduction, vii-xxviii.

2011

Love and Horror, by Ircastrensis. Edited by Natalie Neill. 1812. Valancourt Books, 2008. Introduction, vii-xxi.

2008

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

“Tales of Other Times: The Gothic Novel as Historical Fiction.” Critical Insights: Historical Fiction, edited by Virginia Brackett, Salem Press, 2018, pp. 77-91.

2018

“‘we stare and tremble’: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Horror Novels.” The Palgrave Handbook to Horror Literature, edited by Kevin Corstorphine and Laura R. Kremmel, Palgrave, 2018, pp. 165-79.

2018

“‘It’s Alive’: Commodification of Frankenstein’s Monster.” Critical Insights: Mary Shelley, edited by Virginia Brackett, Salem Press, 2016, pp. 208-28.

2016

“Gothic Parody.” Romantic Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion, edited by Angela Wright and Dale Townshend, Edinburgh UP, 2015, pp. 185-204.

2015

“Adapting Dickens’s A Christmas Carol in Prose.” Victorian Literature and Film Adaptation, edited by Abigail Burnham Bloom and Mary Sanders Pollock, Cambria Press, 2012, pp. 71-88.

2012

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

“The Stepford Frankensteins: Feminism, Frankenstein, and The Stepford Wives.” The Journal of American Culture, vol. 41, issue 3, 2018, pp. 257-66.

2018

“‘The trash with which the press now groans’: Northanger Abbey and the Gothic Best Sellers of the 1790s.” The Eighteenth-Century Novel: A Scholarly Annual, vol. 4, 2005, pp. 163-92.

2005


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2020 AP/EN1201 6.0 A The Literary Imagination ONLN


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2020 AP/EN1001 3.0 A An Introduction to Literary Study LECT
Fall 2020 AP/EN1001 3.0 A An Introduction to Literary Study TUTR
Fall 2020 AP/FND1000 3.0 B Fundamentals of Learning LECT
Winter 2021 AP/EN1002 3.0 M Intertextualities LECT
Winter 2021 AP/EN1002 3.0 M Intertextualities TUTR
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/EN4561 6.0 A Romantic Revolt SEMR


An Assistant Professor in the Teaching Stream, Natalie Neill (Ph.D., English, York; M.A., Film Studies, Carleton) specializes in undergraduate teaching and learning (especially the first-year experience) and nineteenth-century literature. Her period-specific research interests include the gothic, satire, women and literature, and film adaptation. She has published articles and book chapters on gothic parodies, adaptations of Romantic and Victorian novels, and nineteenth-century horror novels, among other topics. She has also edited two Romantic-period gothic novels—The Hero and Love and Horror—for Valancourt Books.

Degrees

Ph.D., York University
M.A., Carleton University
B.A., Carleton University

Research Interests

English , Film, Nineteenth-century literature, the Gothic, Satire and parody, Adaptation

All Publications


Book Chapters

Publication
Year

“Tales of Other Times: The Gothic Novel as Historical Fiction.” Critical Insights: Historical Fiction, edited by Virginia Brackett, Salem Press, 2018, pp. 77-91.

2018

“‘we stare and tremble’: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Horror Novels.” The Palgrave Handbook to Horror Literature, edited by Kevin Corstorphine and Laura R. Kremmel, Palgrave, 2018, pp. 165-79.

2018

“‘It’s Alive’: Commodification of Frankenstein’s Monster.” Critical Insights: Mary Shelley, edited by Virginia Brackett, Salem Press, 2016, pp. 208-28.

2016

“Gothic Parody.” Romantic Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion, edited by Angela Wright and Dale Townshend, Edinburgh UP, 2015, pp. 185-204.

2015

“Adapting Dickens’s A Christmas Carol in Prose.” Victorian Literature and Film Adaptation, edited by Abigail Burnham Bloom and Mary Sanders Pollock, Cambria Press, 2012, pp. 71-88.

2012

Books

Publication
Year

The Hero; or, The Adventures of a Night, by Bellin de la Liborlière. Edited by Natalie Neill. Translated by Sophia Shedden. 1817. Valancourt Books, 2011. Introduction, vii-xxviii.

2011

Love and Horror, by Ircastrensis. Edited by Natalie Neill. 1812. Valancourt Books, 2008. Introduction, vii-xxi.

2008

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

“The Stepford Frankensteins: Feminism, Frankenstein, and The Stepford Wives.” The Journal of American Culture, vol. 41, issue 3, 2018, pp. 257-66.

2018

“‘The trash with which the press now groans’: Northanger Abbey and the Gothic Best Sellers of the 1790s.” The Eighteenth-Century Novel: A Scholarly Annual, vol. 4, 2005, pp. 163-92.

2005


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Summer 2020 AP/EN1201 6.0 A The Literary Imagination ONLN


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2020 AP/EN1001 3.0 A An Introduction to Literary Study LECT
Fall 2020 AP/EN1001 3.0 A An Introduction to Literary Study TUTR
Fall 2020 AP/FND1000 3.0 B Fundamentals of Learning LECT
Winter 2021 AP/EN1002 3.0 M Intertextualities LECT
Winter 2021 AP/EN1002 3.0 M Intertextualities TUTR
Fall/Winter 2020 AP/EN4561 6.0 A Romantic Revolt SEMR