Books Genius Envy: Women Shaping French Poetic History, 1801-1900, book under contract with The Pennsylvania State University Press.
Poets as Readers in Nineteenth-Century France: Critical Reflections, volume of essays co-edited and introduced with Joseph Acquisto and Catherine Witt; won the igrs 2013 book competition; under contract with The Institute of Modern Languages Research, University of London.
“Illumining the Critical Reader in the Poet: Malvina Blanchecotte and Louise Ackermann," in Poets as Readers in Nineteenth-Century France.
"On the Physiology of Genius: Pro/creativity in Nineteenth-Century France," Penser le génie et ses usages, Special Issue of L'Esprit Créateur (spring 2015).
Aimée Israel-Pelletier, Rimbaud’s Impressionist Poetics: Vision and Visuality, Cardiff: U of Wales P, 2012, Pp. 201. (Forthcoming with Nineteenth-Century French Studies; invited)
"Poetic Women in/on the Turn to Asia in Nineteenth-Century French Literary Culture,” Reorienting Cultural Flows: Engagements between France and East/ Southeast Asia, Florida State University, February 26-28, 2015