Arden Hegele, PhD, specializes in nineteenth-century British literature and the medical and health humanities. Her first book is Romantic Autopsy: Literary Form and Medical Reading, published with Oxford University Press in 2022. Her second book, Culture and Medicine: Critical Readings in theHealth and Medical Humanities (co-edited with Dr. Rishi Goyal), was published in 2022 with Bloomsbury. Hegele’s research in Romanticism has appeared in core journals, such as European Romantic Review, Romanticism,The Byron Journal, and Keats-Shelley Journal; her articles also appear in Partial Answers, Gender and Education, and Persuasions. Her book reviews are featured in Public Books, Review 19, Studies in Romanticism, Victorian Network, Partial Answers, Avidly, Nuncius: Journal of the History of Science, and (forthcoming) Modern Philology. She is a reviewer at British Medical Journal, Prose Studies, Keats-Shelley Journal, OUP, and other places.