Goodlad is the author of The Victorian Geopolitical Aesthetic: Realism, Sovereignty and Transnational Experience (Oxford, forthcoming 2015) and Victorian Literature and the Victorian State: Character and Governance in a Liberal Society (Johns Hopkins, 2003); co-editor of Mad Men, Mad World: Sex, Politics, Style, and the 1960s (Duke UP, 2013); co-editor of The Ends of History, a Summer 2013 special issue of Victorian Studies; co-editor of Goth: Undead Subculture (Duke, 2007); co-editor of States of Welfare, a 2011 special issue of Occasion; of Comparative Human Rights, a 2010 special issue of the Journal of Human Rights; and of "Victorian Internationalisms," a 2007 special issue of RaVoN. Her articles and reviews have been published in journals such as American Literary History, Cultural Critique, ELH, Genre, MLQ, Nineteenth-Century Literature, Victorian Literature and Culture, and Victorian Studies. Excerpts of her forthcoming book, The Victorian Geopolitical Aesthetic, have appeared in venues such as Literature Compass, PMLA, Novel: A Forum on Fiction, and The Politics of Gender in Anthony Trollope’s Novels (Ashgate, 2009). Goodlad is also the the author of an essay, originally titled "Madmen Yourself," which appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education and has since been reprinted in The McGraw Hill Reader. Her essay, "Liberalism and Literature," is forthcoming in the Oxford Handbook of Victorian Literature and Cultureand she has a chapter on "Internationalisms" forthcoming in the Blackwell Companion to the Novel.