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  • (Ed.), The Early Diaries of Henry Crabb Robinson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming). For more, please see here.
  • Henry Crabb Robinson: Romantic Comparatist, 1790–1811 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020). For more info, please click here.


‘The study of Romantic criticism has gained new dimension with Philipp Hunnekuhl’s stunning exposition of Henry Crabb Robinson’s early reviews, essays, and translations’. Prof. Frederick Burwick (University of California, Los Angeles)

‘[The book] brings Robinson’s contribution to the period to life’. Dr Charlotte May (University of Nottingham), The Charles Lamb Bulletin

‘extensively researched and vigorously argued’. Prof. Eugene Stelzig (State University of New York, Geneseo), The Hazlitt Review

‘impressively thorough and informed’. Prof. Ralf Haekel (University of Leipzig), Anglistik

‘[The book] significantly expands upon the [existing] body of scholarship to argue persuasively that Crabb Robinson was the most important pioneering comparatist during the Romantic period’. Prof. Timothy Whelan (Georgia Southern University), The Coleridge Bulletin

‘a fantastic overview of a figure now deservedly receiving increased attention in Romantic scholarship’. Dr Tom Marshall (University of Durham), The Wordsworth Circle

Journal Articles, Book Chapters, and Encyclopaedia Entries

  • Seventeen entries (11,000 words in total) in Encyclopedia of London’s East End, ed. by Kevin A. Morrison (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co): ‘Aldgate’, ‘Dissenting academies’, ‘East End My Cradle’ (memoir by Willy Goldman), ‘Emanuel Litvinoff’, ‘Jew Boy’ (novel by Simon Blumenfeld), ‘Journey Through a Small Planet’ (memoir by Emanuel Litvinoff), ‘“Limehouse”’ (poem by Clement Attlee), ‘Mile End’, ‘Oswald Mosley’, ‘Rodinsky’s Room’ (non-fiction book by Rachel Lichtenstein and Iain Sinclair), ‘Rudolf Rocker’, ‘Simon Blumenfeld’, ‘Spitalfields’, ‘Spitalfields Market’, ‘The Satanic Verses’ (novel by Salman Rushdie), ‘Willy Goldman’, and ‘Wolf Mankowitz’ (forthcoming). 
  • ‘Private Libraries’, in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Romantic-Era Women’s Writing, eds. Natasha Duquette, Susanne Schmid, et al. (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021). Please click here for more.
  • ‘Henry Crabb Robinson and Edward Armitage’s Lost Fresco at Dr Williams’s Library’, in The Lost Romantics, ed. by Norbert Lennartz (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020), pp. 249-64. For more, please click here.
  • ‘Literary Transmission, Exile, and Oblivion: Gustav von Schlabrendorf meets Henry Crabb Robinson’, Litteraria Pragensia: Studies in Literature and Culture, 29.57 (July 2019), pp. 47-59. For the open-access article, please click here.
  • ‘Henry Crabb Robinson, Ernst Moritz Arndt, and William Wordsworth’s Convention of Cintra’, Romantik: Journal for the Study of Romanticisms 7 (2018), pp. 97-113. For the open-access article, please click here.
  • ‘Hazlitt, Crabb Robinson, and Kant: 1806 and beyond’, The Hazlitt Review 10 (2017), pp. 45-62.
  • ‘Constituting Knowledge: German Literature and Philosophy between Coleridge and Crabb Robinson’, European Romantic Review 28.1 (2017), pp. 51–63. For more, please click here.
  • ‘Survey of Hazlitt Studies, 2009–2014’, The Hazlitt Review 9 (2016), pp. 55-64.
  • ‘Hazlitt and Crabb Robinson: The Common Pursuit’, The Hazlitt Review 6 (2013), pp. 13-34. For the open-access article, please click here.
  • ‘Beyond Whist Sobriety: the Lambs, Crabb Robinson, and their Discourse on Literature’, The Charles Lamb Bulletin, New Series 158 (Autumn 2013), pp. 126-38. You can access the entire issue here.
  • ‘Reconstructing the Voice of the Mediator: Henry Crabb Robinson’s Literary Criticism’, in Informal Romanticism, ed. by James Vigus (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2012), pp. 61-76.

Book Reviews

  • Review of The Testimony of Sense: Empiricism and the Essay from Hume to Hazlitt by Tim Milnes, The Hazlitt Review 13 (2020), pp. 75-8. Please click here for the book review.
  • Review of John Thelwall: Selected Poetry and Poetics by Judith Thompson, Notes and Queries, Vol. 66, Issue 1 (1 March 2019), pp. 148-9. For more, please click here.
  • Review of Coleridge and Cosmopolitan Intellectualism 1794–1804: The Legacy of Göttingen University by Maximiliaan van Woudenberg, Modern Philology (2018), pp. E127-9. For the book review, please click here.
  • Review of Romanticism and Knowledge: Selected Papers from the Munich Joint Conference of the German Society for English Romanticism and the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism, ed. by Stefanie Fricke, Felicitas Meifert-Menhard, and Katharina Pink, Anglistik 28.1 (2017), pp. 174-5.
  • Review of Charles Lamb: Eine Abhandlung über Schweinebraten, ed. and tr. by Joachim Kalka, The Charles Lamb Bulletin 162 (Autumn 2015), pp. 147-50.
  • Review of Coleridge and Kantian Ideas in England, 17961817: Coleridge’s Responses to German Philosophy by Monika Class, Modern Language Review 109:3 (July 2014), pp. 780‒781. For more, please click here.
  • Review of Henry Crabb Robinson in Germany by Eugene Stelzig, The Coleridge Bulletin, New Series 38 (Winter 2011), pp. 129-33. For the open-access review, please click here.
  • Review of The Reception of S. T. Coleridge in Europe, ed. by Elinor Shaffer and Edoardo Zuccato, The Coleridge Bulletin, New Series 34 (Winter 2009), pp. 70‒73. For the open-access review, please click here.

Miscellaneous Online Publications

  • ‘London’s East End in Literature’ (2022, work in progress). Please click here.
  • ‘The formal and the informal, the redacted and the omitted: working with the Henry Crabb Robinson archive’ (Liverpool University Press blog post, 2020). Please click here.
  • ‘Catalogue of the Henry Crabb Robinson archive at Dr Williams’s Library, Gordon Square, London’ (Dr Williams’s Library online resource, 2012). Please click here.
  • ‘Imagination and Growth: Coleridge and Wordsworth in Germany (1798-99)’, MSc (by Research) Dissertation (The University of Edinburgh, 2007). Please click here.
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