Book Review of Gallop's The Deaths of the Author by Kathrine Yacavone published in The Modern Language Review
“Precocious Jouissance: Roland Barthes, Amatory Maladjustment, and Emotion” published in New Literary History 43, 3 (2012) themed "In the Mood."
Jane Gallop attended the English Institute at Harvard University, Sept 7-9, 2012
The Deaths of the Author reviewed on Lambda Literary
Jane Gallop's "The Historicization of Literary Studies" was published in The Limits of Literary Historicism, (Univ Tennessee Press) edited by professors Allen Dunn and Thomas F. Haddox. Dunn and Haddox have collected contributions from scholars that challenge the dominance of contemporary historicism.
Jane Gallop taught a seminar on Feminist and Queer Psychoanalysis at the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis
Review of Anecdotal Theory "Reading with Knots: On Jane Gallop's Anecdotal Theory" by Natalie S. Loveless published online (PDF).
"Sedgwick’s Twisted Temporalities, 'or even just reading and writing'" in Queer Times, Queer Becomings, edited by E.L. McCallum and Miko Tuhkanen, published by Suny Press
"Close Reading in 2009," published in the ADFL Bulletin
“Feminist Accused of Sexual Harassment ” in True Confessions: Feminist Professors Tell Stories Out of School, edited by Susan Gubar, published by Norton & Company
“Observations of a Mother” in The M Word, edited by Chernick and Klein, published by Demeter Press
New book The Deaths of the Author: Reading and Writing in Time published by Duke University Press