- 18th and 19th Century British Literature and Culture
- 20th and 21st Century Studies
- Digital Humanities
- The Novel
- Transnational Literatures
Dr. Ross’ research interest are Transatlantic modernism, the digital humanities, the history of the novel, space theory, the history of leisure, Henry James, and digital pedagogy
- Reading Modernism with Machines. Ed. with James O’Sullivan. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
- “A Bechdel Test for #MLA16: Gendered Acts of Care on Academic Twitter.” Accepted. Journal of Interactive Pedagogy, issue 9.
- “Digital Theme Analysis: Revitalizing Traditional Methods.” With Randa El-Khatib. Digital Humanities for Literary Studies: Theories, Methods, and Practices. Ed. James O’Sullivan. Forthcoming, The Pennsylvania State Press, 2016.
- “Hashtags, Compression Algorithms, and Henry James’s Late Style.” The Henry James Review 36.1 (Winter 2015). 24-44.
- “Toward a Digital Henry James.” Henry James Today, ed., John Carlos Rowe. Cambridge Scholars Press, November 2014. 141-170.
- “‘Mystery, History, Leisure, Pleasure’: Evelyn Waugh, Bruno Latour, and the Ocean Liner.” Literary Cartographies: Spatiality, Representation, and Narrative, ed. Robert Tally. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 111-126.
- “This Wild Hunt for Rest: Working at Play in The Ambassadors.” Journal of Modern Literature 37.1 (Fall 2013): 1-20.
- “The Two Hotels of Elizabeth Bowen: Utopian Modernism in the Age of Mechanized Hospitality.” Utopianism, Modernism, and Literature in the Twentieth Century, ed. Nathan Waddell and Alice Reeve-Tucker, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 148-167.