Christopher Fanning's publications:

“Sterne and Print Culture,” The Cambridge Companion to Laurence Sterne, ed., Thomas Keymer.  Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009: 125-41.

“The Scriblerian Sublime,” Studies in English Literature 45.3 (2005): 647-67.  This article is available online: click here.
 
“Illustrating Sterne.”  Review of W. B. Gerard, Sterne and the Visual ImaginationEighteenth-Century Life 33.1 (2009): 156-60.  This review is available online: click here.

Review of Martha F. Bowden, Yorick’s Congregation: The Church of England in the Time of Laurence SterneThe Shandean 18 (2007): 196-7.

Review of Howard Weinbrot, Menippean Satire Reconsidered.  The Scriblerian 40.1-2 (Autumn 2007-Spring 2008): 113-16.

Review of Alexis Tadié, Sterne’s Whimsical Theatres of Language. The Scriblerian 37.1 (2004): 70-71.

"Small Particles of Eloquence: Sterne and the Scriblerian Text," Modern Philology 100:3 (2003): 360-92.  This article is available online: click here.

"‘This Fragment of Life’: Sterne’s Encyclopaedic Ethics," The Shandean 13 (2002): 55-67.

Review of The Shandean, vol. 11 (in 14 short entries). In The Scriblerian 34.1-2 (Autumn 2001-Spring 2002).

"The Voices of the Dependent Poet: The Case of Mary Barber," Women’s Writing 8.1 (2001): 81-97.  This article is available online: click here.

"'The Things Themselves': Origins and Originality in Sterne's Sermons," The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 40.1 (1999): 29-45.

"On Sterne's Page: Spatial Layout, Spatial Form, and Social Spaces in Tristram Shandy," Eighteenth-Century Fiction 10 (1998): 429-50.  Reprinted in Marcus Walsh, ed., Laurence Sterne (London: Longman, 2002): 178-200.  This article is available online: click here.

"Sermons on Sermonizing: The Pulpit Rhetoric of Swift and of Sterne," Philological Quarterly 76.4 (1997): 413-36.  This article is available online: click here.