Christopher Goulding (Page 3)
Academic Publications

"A Missing Marx epigraph from John Fowles' The French Lieutenant's Woman"
Notes and Queries, March 2011, also featured in Times Literary Supplement 2nd July 2010

Contributor to the William Godwin Diary project (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2010)

"Hamlet's Calf Allusion - a correction" in Notes and Queries (Sept. 2010)

Editor of a scholarly edition of Sarah Green's 1810 novel Romance Readers and Romance Writers
(London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010), which is part of their Chawton House Library series of Women's
novels. (Buy on Amazon)

"Shelley's Cosmological Sublime: William Herschel, James Lind, and 'The Multitudinous Orb'"
Review of English Studies, (Oxford University Press) November 2006

"Percy Shelley's Cosmological Sublime: James Lind, William Herschel, and 'The Multitudinous Orb'"
in the Keats-Shelley Review 2004

"Two Unpublished Wordsworth Letters" and "A Source for Mary Shelley's Sailing Balloon"
in Notes and Queries (June 2004)

Encyclopaedia of the Romantic Era (London & New York: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004) - Buy on Amazon
Entries for Cosmology, Science and the Arts, and Science of the Past

"A Volcano's Voice at Eton: Percy Shelley, James Lind, and Global Climatology",
in the Keats-Shelley Review 2003

"Percy Shelley, James Lind, and 'The Witch of Atlas'", Notes & Queries (Sept. 2003)

"The Real Dr Frankenstein?" in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine May 2002
  - this article attracted worldwide media interest, including features in
   The Guardian (newspaper page; website), The Daily Telegraph (newspaper page; website),
   New Scientist , History Today and coverage in the world press, such as Iceland's Morgunbladid
   (Page 1), (Page 2)
   Also interviews on BBC Radio 4's Today, BBC News Online, US Network Radio, and the
   Australian Broadcasting Corporation

"Early Detective Drama in Percy Shelley's The Cenci"  Notes & Queries March 2002

"Shelley Laughs: Comic Possibilities in The Cenci" in the  Keats-Shelley Review 2001

"An Unpublished Shelley Letter"  Review of English Studies May 2001

"An Unpublished Southey Letter"  Notes and Queries June 2001 

"The Brooks Collection" in  Archaeologia Aeliana  Vol. 28
(Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2000)

"Ada Lovelace and Charles Babbage" in IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 22(2)
64-66 Apr-Jun 2000

"An Old, Old Man with Hair of Silver White: Percy Shelley and James Lind" in the
Keats-Shelley Review 2000

Whilst engaged in research for his Masters degree in 1999, Chris discovered unpublished letters from canonical poets Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lord Byron, Byron's daughter Ada Lovelace, William Wordsworth, and Robert Southey. The story featured in Newcastle University's Annual Report for 1998/99.
These discoveries were also reported in The Guardian newspaper (28th August 1999) in an article entitled
The Loves, Fights, and Politics of the Great Romantics.
Chris also wrote articles for the Times Literary Supplement on his finds: Shelley from Pisa (9th July 1999)
and From Byron to Babbage: Ada Lovelace's Adventures in Mathematics (8th Oct. 1999).
See also his research papers on this find in the Review of English Studies (May 2001 - above); Notes and Queries (June 2001 & June 2004 - see above), and Archaeologia Aeliana (2000 - see above)

Citations of my research in other published works

The Palgrave Literary Dictionary of Shelley, Ed. Martin Garrett
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2013); pages 33, 35, 131, and 315.

The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Vol. 3 Ed. Reiman, Fraistat, & Crook
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012); pages xvii, 591, 726, 727, and 817.

The Oxford Handbook of Percy Bysshe Shelley, Ed. O'Neill, Howe, & Callaghan
(Oxford University Press, 2012); page 587.

Bright Stars: John Keats, Barry Cornwall and Romantic Literary Culture by Richard Turley
(Liverpool University Press, 2009), page 65.

Weighing the World: the Quest to Measure the Earth by Edwin Danson
(Oxford University Press, 2009), page 269.

The Unfamiliar Shelley, Ed. Webb & Weinberg
(Ashgate, 2008), pages 93 & 341.

Percy Bysshe Shelley: Exile of Unfulfilled Renown by James Bieri
(University of Delaware Press, 2005), page 381

Academic Reviews

Chris is a reviewer for the Routledge Annotated Bibliography of English Studies (ABES) 

Chris also writes book reviews for the Keats-Shelley Review, and the British Association for Romantic
Studies (BARS) Bulletin

BARS Bulletin: No.18 Review of Paul Davies, Romanticism and Esoteric Tradition
                                      (New York: Lindisfarne Publishing, 1998)

                           No.21 Review of Mark Lussier, Romantic Dynamics: The Poetics of Physicality
                                      (New York: Macmillan, 1999)

                           No.22 Review of Keith Hanley, Wordsworth: A Poet's History
                                      (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001)

                           No.29 Review of Sharon Ruston, Shelley and Vitality
                                      (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005) 
                           No.33 Review of John Lauritsen, The Man Who Wrote Frankenstein
                                      (Dorchester, MA: Pagan Press, 2007)

Review:               No.14 (2000) Reviews of Romanticism and Postmodernism Ed. by Edward
                                                    Larrissy and Shelley's Fiction by Phyllis Zimmerman

                            No.15 (2001) Reviews of Biofictions: Romantic Lives in Contemporary Fiction
                                                    Ed. Middeke & Huber and The Poetics of Spice by Timothy Morton

                            No.16 (2002) Reviews of British Romanticism and the Science of the Mind by
                                                    Alan Richardson and The Text of Shelley's Death by Alan Halsey

                            No.17 (2003) Reviews of Shelley in Revolutionary Ireland by Paul O'Brien and
                                                   The Making of the Poets: Byron and Shelley in Their Time by Ian Gilmour

                            No.18 (2004) Reviews of Percy Shelley: The Major Works, Ed. Michael O'Neill;
                                                    Breaking Away: Coleridge in Scotland by Carol Kyros Walker;
                                                     and Thomas Lovell Beddoes: Death's Jest Book, Ed. Alan Halsey

Production of Percy Shelley's 'The Cenci'

Chris directed a production of Percy Shelley's play The Cenci at the People's Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne in Spring 2001
- reviewed in BARS Bulletin (Autumn 2001) and Keats-Shelley Review (2001)
- referred to in The Palgrave Literary Dictionary of Shelley Ed. Martin Garrett
  (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), page 33 & 35-36.

Academic Publications (English Language and Etymology)

"Jungle: Antedating the Entry in The OED", Notes and Queries, (Oxford University Press) March 2006

"Robot: Antedating the Entry in The OED", Notes and Queries, September 2005

"Avalanche: Antedating the Entry in The OED", Notes and Queries March 2005

Observations on Tyneside Pronunciation (written for the Newcastle Evening Chronicle): reported in
English Today (Cambridge University Press), Vol.4, Issue 3, p.15 (July 1988) as "Getcher Hernekil Here!"