Publications

Books

Gregg ppcDefoe’s Writing and Manliness: Contrary Men (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009). (See, for example, review in Eighteenth-Century Fiction).

Empire and Identity: An Eighteenth-Century Sourcebook (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005)

Articles

‘Richard Hurd’. Co-authored entry (with Andreas Mueller). Gary Day and Jack Lynch, eds, The Encyclopedia of British Literature 1660-1789. Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

‘Defoe’s “horse-rhetorick”: human animals and gender’, in, Topographies of the Imagination: New Approaches to Daniel Defoe, ed. by Katherine Kincade and Holly Nelson (New York: AMS Press; 2014)

‘Swallows and Hounds: Defoe’s Thinking Animals’, Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe and his Contemporaries, 5:1 (2013) http://english.illinoisstate.edu/digitaldefoe/features/gregg.html

“‘He only rose in the Morning, to go to-Bed at Night.” Defoe’s phrase for fools and La Bruyère’s Characters’, Notes and Queries, 59:2 (2012). Advance online publication Notes and Queries 2012; doi: 10.1093/notesj/gjs037

‘Using Eighteenth-Century Collections Online as a learning and teaching resource’. English Subject Centre case study (2007)

‘Male friendship and Defoe’s Captain Singleton: “My every thing”’, British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 27:2 (2004), 203-218

‘Defoe, Hedges, Fences, and the Boundaries of Britannia’, in, Defining Nations in Enlightenment Europe, ed. by Allan Ingram and Elisabeth Détis, The European Spectator vol. 5 (Montpellier: Paul Valéry University, 2004), pp.43-57

‘Representing the nabob: India, stereotypes, and eighteenth-century theatre’, in, Picturing South Asian Culture in English, ed. by Tasleem Shakur and Karen de Souza (Liverpool: Open House Press, 2003), pp.19-31

‘India, popular theatre and satire: Samuel Foote’s The Nabob’, The Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, 9:2 (2002), 47-59

‘“A Truly Christian Hero”: Religion, Effeminacy, and Nation in the Writings of the Societies for Reformation of Manners’, Eighteenth-Century Life, 25:1 (2001), 17-28

‘Godly Manliness: Defoe’s good men in bad times’, The Image of Manhood in Early Modern Literature, ed. by Andrew P. Williams (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999), pp.141-59

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