Anne Fertig is currently a doctoral student in English Literature. Her research centers around history writing in the long eighteenth century, including historiography, historical fiction, and antiquarianism. With interest in the Scottish Enlightenment and Romanticism, her work uses English, Scots, and Scottish Gaelic to explore the intersections of culture and language in Scotland and Britain. She was a former Fulbright Postgraduate Scholar at the University of Glasgow (2013-2014) and the co-editor of A Song of Glasgow Town: The Collected Poems of Marion Bernstein (Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 2013).
- “Castle Howard”; “Conirdan”; “Julius Fitz-John,” The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, 1660-1820, (Forthcoming).
- “’Ancient, Hardy, Pugnacious, and Poor’: Margaret Oliphant’s Form and Conformation in ‘Scottish National Character’ and Kirsteen.” The Essay: Forms and Transformations. (Universitätsverlag Winter: Heidelburg, 2017)
- Cohen, Edward H. and Anne Fertig, “A Curious Exchange between Marion Bernstein and Mary Inglis,” Studies in Scottish Literature 41 (2016): 267-276.
- Cohen, Edward H. and Anne Fertig, “Marion Bernstein and the Glasgow Weekly Mail in the 1870s,” Victorian Periodical Review 49.1 (2016): 9-27.
- Cohen, Edward H., Anne Fertig, and Linda Fleming, eds. ‘A Song of Glasgow Town’: the Collected Works of Marion Bernstein. (Association of Scottish Literary Studies: Glasgow, 2013)
- Merit Assistant Fellowship, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2015-2016
- Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarship, University of Glasgow, 2013-2014