17th- and 18th-Century British Literature and Culture, Women Writers, Book History, Media Studies, Digital Humanities, and Publishing Studies
17th- and 18th-Century British Literature and Culture, the History of Cryptography, Intelligence, and Intellectual Disability, Early Modern and 18th-Century Women Writers, Book History, Media Studies, and Digital Humanities
Ph D 18th-Century Literature - 2004
Dissertation/Thesis topic: "After the Fatal News Arrived: Reading and the Eighteenth-Century Media State"
MA 18th-Century Literature - 2002
BA English / Film Studies - 1998
Ellison, Katherine. “’1144000727777607680000 wayes’: Early Modern Cryptography and Fashionable Mathematics.” The Journal of the Northern Renaissance. 6 (2014): http://www.northernrenaissance.org/1144000727777607680000-wayes-early-modern-cryptography-as-fashionable-reading/
Ellison, Katherine. “Mediation and Intelligence in Defoe’s A Vision of the Angelic World.” Topographies of the Imagination: New Approaches to Defoe. Ed. Katherine Ellison, Kit Kincade, and Holly Faith Nelson. New York: AMS Press, 2014. 93-115.
Ellison, Katherine, Kincade, Kit, and Nelson, Holly Faith, Co-Editors. Topographies of the Imagination: New Approaches to Defoe. New York: AMS Press, 2014.
Ellison, Katherine. “Digital Scholarship as Handwork and Brainwork: An Early Modern History of Cryptography.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies. 13.4 (Fall 2013). 29-46.
Ellison, Katherine. “Erotic Death Machines: Sex and Execution in James Boswell’s Writings.” Sex and Death in Eighteenth-Century Literature. Ed. Jolene Zigarovich. New York: Routledge, 2013. 183-199.
Ellison, Katherine and Huff, Cynthia. “Reading Our Foremothers: Victorian and Eighteenth-Century Literary Mothers and Millennial Readers.” Maternal Pedagogies: In and Outside the Classroom. Co-editors Deborah Byrd and Fiona Green. Ontario: Demeter Press, 2011. 171-182.
Ellison, Katherine. “Millions of Millions of Distinct Orders: Multimodality in Seventeenth-Century Cryptography Manuals.” Book History. 14 ( Fall 2011): 1-24.
Ellison, Katherine and Matthews, Carol. “Virtual History: A Socially-Networked Pedagogy of Enlightenment.” Educational Research. 52.3 (2010): 297-307.