Nancy W. Ellenberger, Professor
of Britain and the British Empire
Ph.D. - University of Oregon
M.A. - University of Chicago
B.A. - Wellesley College
Anonymous Peer Review:
"Sex and Sociability: Unpacking a
Late-Victorian Country House Party," manuscript being
revised for reconsideration by Victorian Studies.
"Constructing George Wyndham:
Narratives of Aristocratic Masculinity in Fin-de-Siecle
England," Journal of British Studies (October,
"The Transformation of London
'Society' during Victoria's Reign: Evidence from the
Court Presentation Records," Albion (Winter
"The Souls and London
'Society' at the End of the Nineteenth Century,"
Victorian Studies (Winter 1982): 133-160.
"The World Encounters the
West" and "Confronting Human Aggression in the Twentieth
Century" in Encountering World History, Thomas
Sanders, Samuel Nelson, Steven Morillo, Nancy
Ellenberger (McGraw-Hill, 2005).
"The Writer in the Parlor," in
Jeff Hunter, ed., Contemporary Literary Criticism,
vol. 149, forthcoming, winter 2002 [reprint of article
in Book World: The Washington Post, XIX February
19, 1989, 6.
Entries on "The 3rd Marquis of
Salisbury," "Imperial Preference," "The Nobility," and
"The Aristocratic Family" for Reader's Guide to
British History, ed. David Loades (London: Fitzroy
Dearborn Press, 2003), I:672-3, II: 1153-55, 1200-1202,
Land and Love, Profit, Debt,
and Power: Two Important Centuries in the Life of the
British Aristocracy," Journal of British Studies
(October, 1996): 536-41.
Instructor's Manual and
Test Bank to accompany Chambers, Grew, Herlihy, Rabb,
and Woloch, The Western Experience, 6th ed. (New
York, McGraw-Hill, 1995).
"William Vernon Harcourt" and
"Charles Whibley," in G.A. Cavasco, ed., The
Eighteen-Nineties: an Encyclopedia of British
Literature, Art and Culture (New York: Garland,
1993), 255-56, 670-71.
Commenter, Panel on "Religion,
Ethnicity, and Empire," Mid-Atlantic Conference on
British Studies, Washington DC, April 2005.
Commenter, Panel on "Homosociability
and Masculinity: Irish Volunteers, Pre-Raphaelites, and
London Clubmen," North American Conference on British
Studies, Philadelphia, October 2004.
"Gender and Humor in Late
Victorian Aristocratic Society," North American
Conference on British Studies, Portland, Oregon, October
"Gossip, Games, and Gender:
Anatomy of a Late-Victorian Country House Visit,"
Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies, New York
City, March 2001.
Commenter, Panel on "Living
Out Social and Cultural Change from the 18th to the 20th
Centuries," Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies,
New York City, April 2000.
"The Private Writings of
Peeresses: Thoughts on Gender, Family, and Power in
Britain, 1780-1914," American Historical Association
Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, January 1996.