About Dr Jessica Terekhov
Dr Jessica Terekhov is Assistant Professor in English at Northeastern University London. Her teaching specialisms include academic writing, Victorian literature, and eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British humane letters. Jessica holds her BA in English from Johns Hopkins University and her MA and PhD in English from Princeton University.
PhD English (Princeton University)
MA English (Princeton University)
BA English (Johns Hopkins University)
Dr Jessica Terekhov 's Research
Jessica’s scholarship on the British nineteenth century currently centers on a bibliography of Victorian fiction originally serialized in shilling parts. This is a print and digital archival research project aimed at better documenting Victorian publication practices through focused attention on a minor, though prominent, print mode. Part publication was popularized and dominated by Charles Dickens, whose work has an abiding interest for Jessica, as do the novels of George Meredith, who figured in her dissertation. Jessica has written on Victorian print and print history more broadly, although her dissertation treated the reception of wit as a comic or figural device between the eighteenth and early twentieth centuries. In addition to being a member of the Bibliographical Society of America (BSA) and the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals (RSVP), Jessica serves as a Contributing Editor of At the Circulating Library: A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901 (ATCL).
Review of Morris & Company: Essays on Fine Printing. Edited by William S. Peterson. New Castle, DE: Oak Knoll Press, 2020. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 116.1 (2022).
Review of John Henry Newman and the Crisis of Modernity. Edited by Brian W. Hughes and Danielle Nussberger. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, 2019. Church History and Religious Culture 100 (2020).
“Book Nooks and Collectors’ Corners at Princeton.” Notabilia: A Blog about Rare Books. Princeton University Library. October 29, 2019. https://blogs.princeton.edu/notabilia/2019/10/29/book-nooks-and-collectors-corners-at-princeton/.
“Imagining Craft: William Morris’s Literary Art/work and Early Soviet Writing.” Oxford Research in English, Issue 7, Autumn 2018. https://oxfordresearchenglish.files.wordpress.com/2018/11/ore-autumn-2018-craft.pdf
Keywords; For Further Consideration and Particularly Relevant to Academic Life, &c. Authored by a Community of Inquiry. Edited by D. Graham Burnett, Matthew Rickard and Jessica Terekhov. Princeton: IHUM Books and the Princeton University Press, 2018.
Dr Jessica Terekhov 's Teaching
Jessica has taught or tutored in US higher education at private universities and at the community level, a diversity of audiences she particularly values. She is keen to join the teaching team on the First-Year Writing Studio course offered through the NU Mobility Programme at Northeastern University London.