My research area is 19th century print and digital textual studies. My work focuses on Victorian women writers (especially Christina Rossetti and Jean Ingelow), Victorian women's religious writing and its literary and bibliographical subgenres (hymns, devotional calendars, illuminated texts, periodicals), material culture and biography.
- Ives, M. (2018). Opening the shutters: Reevaluating Jean Ingelow's family ties. Victorians. 133, 58-74.
- Ives, M. (2014). The Place of Musical Settings in Author Bibliographies, with Examples from Christina Rossetti. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America. 108(1), 5-39.
- Ives, M. (2014). Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Hitting the Wall and Bouncing Back. CEA Critic. 76(2), 221-224.
- Ives, M., Del Hierro, V., Kelsey, B., Smith, L. C., & Sumners, C. (2013). Encoding the Discipline: English Graduate Student Reflections on Working with TEI. Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative. (Issue 6),
- Hawkins, A. R., Kimball, M. A., & Ives, M. (2013). Mandatory Open Access Publishing for Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Ethics and Enthusiasm. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 39(1), 32-60.
- Hawkins, A. R., & Ives, M. C. (2012). Women Writers and the Artifacts of Celebrity in the Long Nineteenth Century. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd..
- Ives, M. C. (2011). Christina Rossetti A Descriptive Bibliography.
Institutional Repository Documents3
- Hankins, R., Earhart, A., Ives, M., & Potvin, S. (2016). A Catalyst for Social Activism: The Digital Black Bibliography Project.
- Hankins, R., Potvin, S., Earhart, A., & Ives, M. (2016). Are We Having Fun Yet.
- Earhart, A., Ives, M., Burkart, P., Ezell, M., Harner, J., Ramasubramanian, S., ... Vedlitz, A. (2009). Texas Center for Digital Humanities and New Media.