Ongoing and Forthcoming Work

Books, Articles, and Chapters

  1. Ozment, Kate and Kandice Sharren. “‘Come buy this book of me’: Commodifying Difference in the Marketing of English Books from 1750–1830.” Gender and the Book Trades, edited by Elise Watson and Jessica Farrell-Jobst. Brill. (in press review)
  2. Ozment, Kate. Gender and Labor in the British Book Trades, 1660-1750. (monograph in progress)
  3. Ozment, Kate. “What Does It Mean to Be a Fake? A Surface Reading of Anne Dodd.” (article in progress) 


Editorial Work

  1. Maruca, Lisa and Kate Ozment, special eds. “New Approaches to Critical Bibliography and the Material Text.” Special double issue of Criticism vol. 64, nos. 3-4, Summer/Fall 2022. With a co-written introduction, “What is Critical Bibliography?,” pp. 231–236. (Forthcoming May 2023).

  2. Editor of Convent of Pleasure for the Complete Works of Margaret Cavendish, general editors Liza Blake, Shawn Moore, and Jacob Tootalian. Punctum Books.

  3. Reviews Editor, ABO: Journal for Women in the Arts. Have a book you want reviewed? Want to write a review? Send me an email!


Conferences and Invited Talks

  1. Ozment, Kate. “Queering? Our Bibliographical History.” Queer Bibliography: Tools, Methods, Practices, Approaches symposium, Institute of English Studies. Virtual, Feb. 4, 2023.

  2. Ozment, Kate. “Richard Burleigh is a Ghost: Editorial Judgement and the ESTC.” Dean’s Invited Lecture Series, College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, Cal Poly Pomona, April 27, 2023.


Recent Publications

  1. Ozment, Kate. The Hroswitha Club and the Impact of Women Book Collectors. Cambridge University Press Elements series in Publishing and Book Culture, 2023.
  2. Ozment, Kate. “Teaching a Feminist Book History.” In Teaching the History of the Book, edited by Matteo Pangallo and Emily B. Todd. University of Massachusetts Press, 2023, pp 36–43.
  3. General Editor, Stainforth Library of Women’s Writing. Project lead Kirstyn Leuner. Accepted for inclusion in 18th Connect, part of the Advanced Research Consortium, 2021.
  4. Sharren, Kandice, Kate Ozment, and Michelle Levy. “Gendering Digital Bibliography with the Women’s Print History Project.” Eighteenth-Century Studies vol. 54, no. 1, Summer 2021, pp 887–908. Special issue: “Book History and Digital Humanities.”
  5. Ozment, Kate. “Women’s Labor and the Mid-Eighteenth-Century English Literary Economy.” Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 84, no. 1, Spring 2021, pp 87–98. Special Issue: “Women in Book History, 1660-1830.”
  6. Ozment, Kate, ed. Roundtable on “Talking Back to the Enlightenment: Practicing Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning in Eighteenth-Century British Literature.” Studies in Religion and the Enlightenment vol. 2, no. 2, Spring 2021. With an “Introduction,” pp. 11–13. doi:10.32655/srej.2021.2.2.3
  7. Ozment, Kate. “Rationale for Feminist Bibliography.” Textual Cultures vol. 13, no. 1, Spring 2020, pp. 146–176­. Winner of the David Greetham Essay Prize from the Society for Textual Studies.
  8. Coker, Cait and Kate Ozment. “Building the Women in Book History Bibliography, or Digital Enumerative Bibliography as Preservation of Feminist Labor.” Digital Humanities Quarterly vol. 13, no. 3, Fall 2019.


Recent Recorded Presentations

  1. Ozment, Kate. “The Hroswitha Club and the Impact of Women Book Collectors.” Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne. Virtual, 2023.

  2. Ozment, Kate. “[Between the Brackets]: Gendering English Book Trade History.” Keynote for the Book History and Print Culture Student Colloquium at the University of Toronto. Virtual, 2023.

  3. Ozment, Kate. “Can Citation Be Feminist?” Building Better Book Feminisms. Sponsored by the Bibliographical Society of America and Cornell Library. Virtual, 2020

  4. Ozment, Kate. “She Persisted: Hroswitha Club and the Collecting of Women’s History” at the Feminist Bibliographies symposium, hosted by UCLA. March, 2020.

  5. Ozment, Kate. “More than Words: Using Digital Enumerative Bibliography in the Classroom” at the Society of Fellows in Critical Bibliography roundtable on Teaching Book History in the Time of Covid. Virtual, August, 2020.