Anna Clark and Aaron Windel. "The Early Roots of Liberal Imperialism: "The science of a legislator" in eighteenth-century India: Aaron Windel, Johns Hopkins University Press, Clark, Anna, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 14, online, 2013.
James Hinton and Victorian Individuality: Polygamy and the Sacrifice of the Self: Clark, Anna, Victorian Studies, 54, 35-61, 2011.
Interim Director: Center for Advanced Feminist Studies, University of Minnesota. Spring 2002 - none
Editorial Board: Journal of the History of Sexuality. 1996 - none
Chair: CLA Faculty Assembly. 2001 - 2002
Chair: CLA Executive Committee. 2001 - 2002
Editor, Journal of British Studies: Editor of foremost American British Studies Journal, published 4 times a year, with 7 articles and dozens of book reviews per issue. Jan. 2005 - Jan. 2010
Rage against the Machine: Individual Rights, Biopolitics in Britain and its Empire: This project is about resistance to state discipline in the 19th century Victorian liberalism asserted the importance of individualism, but those who were not seen as self-sufficient were to be disciplined in institutions such as the workhouse. Reformers and radicals criticized these institutions for reducing people to cogs in the machine, and developed different understandings of individual rights to articulate their critiques. This project looks at workhouses in Ireland, Maori land rights and socialism in New Zealand, the temperance movement in New Zealand and Liverpool, and hospital reform in Bombay and Christchurch.. 2012 - 2017
McKnight Faculty Summer Research Grant, University of Minnesota, 2000 - none
Research Fellow in the European Enlightenment, Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, Summer 1998 - none
Huntington Library Fellowship, 2002 - 2003
Samuel Russell Chair in the Humanities, 2005 - 2011