Celia B. Barnes

Celia, snowshoeing, in a rust-colored puffy coat and fuzzy hat.
Campus Address
Main Hall
Room 304
Associate Professor of English

I teach courses in Restoration and eighteenth-century British literature. I've published articles on Samuel Johnson, James Boswell, Hester Thrale, Elizabeth Carter, and Laurence Sterne, and am the co-editor, with Jack Lynch, of the Oxford World's Classics edition of Johnson and Boswell's accounts of their 1773 trip to the Scottish Hebrides. I'm currently at work, again with Jack, on a Broadview edition of Daniel Defoe's Journal of the Plague Year (1722). When I'm not geeking out on all things eighteenth century, I love to cook--and I've been known to watch marathons of true-crime TV until I'm too terrified to fall asleep.

A. B. in English, The College of William and Mary, 1998
Ph.D. in English with a minor in History, Indiana University Bloomington, 2010
Years at Lawrence