Social Sciences and Arts
A monograph, 'Accommodating Feminism: Victorian Women's Fiction and the Nineteenth-Century Women's Movement'
I have also contributed as research fellow to the forthcoming Clarendon edition of Charles Dickens's 'Our Mutual Friend'
Dredge, S. (2020). “‘Was There a Servant . . . Who Did Not Know the Whole Story before the End of the Day?’ Upside-Down Points of View in Austen”. Persuasions : the Jane Austen Journal On-Line, 40 (2). http://jasna.org/publications/persuasions-online/volume-40-no-2/dredge/
Larisch, M., Poskitt, N., Netterville, H., & Dredge, S. (2013). Advanced quality assurance for piling works for the wicet project in gladstone. Australian Geomechanics Journal, 48 (3), 99-112.
Dredge, S. (2012). Negotiating "a woman's work": Philanthropy to social science in Gaskell's North and South. Victorian Literature and Culture, 40 (1), 83-97. http://doi.org/10.1017/S1060150311000258
Dredge, S. (2005). Opportunism and accommodation: the English Woman's Journal and the British mid-nineteenth-century women's movement. Women's studies, 34 (2), 133-157. http://doi.org/10.1080/00497870590923935
Dredge, S. (2018). 'Within view of his own warehouses': Sites of change in pride and prejudice and north and south. In After Austen: Reinventions, Rewritings, Revisitings. (pp. 43-60). http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-95894-1_3
Dredge, S. (2018). “I have tried to write truthfully”: fictions of science in women’s writing of nineteenth-century political economy. In Adelman, R., & Packham, C. (Eds.) Political economy, literature & the formation of knowledge, 1720-1850. (pp. 89-118). New York: Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/Political-Economy-Literature--the-Formation-of-Knowledge-1720-1850/Adelman-Packham/p/book/9781138542136
Theses / Dissertations
Shimwell, E.E. (2015). An enquiry into the appropriation of the Byronic hero in Brontë fiction. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Dredge, S., & Earnshaw, S.
Dyson, G.M. (2013). The vampire as eugenic examiner, 1880-1896. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Hopkins, L., & Dredge, S.