- Oscar Wilde in Vienna: Pleasing and Teasing the Audience. Amsterdam: Brill Rodopi, 2018.
- Life Writing and Celebrity: Exploring Intersections. Ed. Sandra Mayer and Julia Novak. London: Routledge, 2019.
- Ireland in Drama, Film, and Popular Culture: Festschrift for Werner Huber. Ed. Sandra Mayer, Julia Novak, and Margarete Rubik. Trier: WVT, 2012.
- Ireland in/and Europe: Cross-Cultural Currents and Exchanges. Ed. Werner Huber, Sandra Mayer, and Julia Novak. Irish Studies in Europe 4. Trier: WVT, 2012.
Journal Special Issues
- "Art and Action: Authorship, Politics, and Celebrity." Special Issue of Celebrity Studies "Forum" 8.1 (2017).
- The Author in the Popular Imagination: Views from the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Joanna Neilly and Sandra Mayer. Special Issue of Forum for Modern Language Studies 54.3 (2018).
- Life Writing and Celebrity. Ed. Sandra Mayer and Julia Novak. Special Issue of Life Writing 16.2 (2019).
- "Theatre and Persona: Celebrity and Transgression." Ed. Mary Luckhurst and Sandra Mayer. Special Issue of Persona Studies 5.2 (2019).
- "Life-Writing and the Transnational." Ed. Sandra Mayer and Clément Dessy. Special Issue of Comparative Critical Studies (forthcoming in 2020).
Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)
- Mary Luckhurst and Sandra Mayer. "Theatre and Persona: Celebrity and Transgression." Persona Studies 5.2 (2019): 1-8.
- "Making Mischief: David Hare and the Celebrity Playwright's Political Persona." Persona Studies 5.2 (2019): 38-52.
- Sandra Mayer and Julia Novak. "Life Writing and Celebrity: Exploring Intersections." Life Writing 16.2 (2019): 149-155.
- Joanna Neilly and Sandra Mayer. "Introduction: The Author in the Popular Imagination - Views from the Nineteenth Century." Forum for Modern Language Studies 54.3 (2018).
- "The Prime Minister as Celebrity Novelist: Benjamin Disraeli's 'Double Consciousness'." Forum for Modern Language Studies 54.3 (2018): 354-368.
- "Art and Action: Authorship, Politics and Celebrity." Celebrity Studies 8.1 (2017): 152-156.
- “Portraits of the Artist as Politician, the Politician as Artist: Commemorating the Disraeli Phenomenon." Journal of Victorian Culture 21.3 (2016): 281-300.
- Rev. of The Existentialist Moment: The Rise of Sartre as a Public Intellectual, by Patrick Baert. Celebrity Studies. 6 July 2016. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/mSWh2psr5phkrqQXV3eY/full
- “Disparate Images: Literary Heroism and the 'Work vs. Life' Topos in Contemporary Biofictions about Victorian Authors.” Journal of Neo-Victorian Studies 7.1 (2014): 25-51. (co-authored with Julia Novak)
- “(Re)Politicised and (Over)Sexualised: Wild(e) Treatments on Twenty-First-Century Viennese Stages.” FOCUS: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies. Issue on Interfaces between Irish and European Theatre (2012): 49-62.
- “The Reception of Oscar Wilde and Bernard Shaw in the Light of Early Twentieth-Century Austrian Censorship.” Platform 2.2 (2007): 59-75. (co-authored with Barbara Pfeifer)
- “‘A Complex Multiform Creature’: Ambiguity and Limitation Foreshadowed in the Early Critical Reception of Oscar Wilde.” Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 31.2 (2006): 137-155.
Journal Articles (non peer-reviewed)
- Rev. of Science: Dramatic. Science Plays in America and Great Britain, 1990-2007, by Eva-Sabine Zehelein. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 58.4 (2010): 409-410.
- “When Critics Disagree: Sensationalism and Myth-Making in the Reception of Oscar Wilde in Fin-de-siècle Vienna.” The Wildean 35 (2009): 62-73.
Other Journal Contributions
- “German and Austrian Contributions to Irish Studies, IASIL Bibliography 2014.” Irish University Review 45.2 (2015): 1-66 (co-authored with Dieter Fuchs and Werner Huber).
- “German and Austrian Contributions to Irish Studies, IASIL Bibliography 2013.” Irish University Review 44.2 (2014): 1-71 (co-authored with Werner Huber).
- “German and Austrian Contributions to Irish Studies, IASIL Bibliography 2012.” Irish University Review 43.2 (2013): 1-65. (co-authored with Werner Huber)
- “German and Austrian Contributions to Irish Studies, IASIL Bibliography 2011.” Irish University Review 42.2 (2012): 366-433. (co-authored with Werner Huber)
- "W. H. Auden in Austria: 'Publicly Private' and Globally Local." Lives of Houses. Ed. Kate Kennedy and Hermione Lee. Princeton & Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2020. 232-245. (to read the Guardian's review, click here)
- "Benjamin Disraeli and Oscar Wilde." Serendipitous Adventures with Britannia: Personalities, Politics and Culture in Britain. Ed. Wm. Roger Louis. London: IB Tauris, 2019. 89-101.
- "Literary Celebrity, Politics and the Nobel Prize: The Nobel Lecture as an Authorial Self-Fashioning Platform." (Extra)Ordinary? The Concept of Authenticity in Celebrity and Fan Studies. Ed. Jade Alexander and Katarzyna Bronk. Leiden: Brill-Rodopi, 2018. 54-74.
- “The Art of Creating a Great Sensation: Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)." Celebrity Authorship and Afterlives in English and American Literature. Ed. Gaston Franssen and Rick Honings. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 111-132.
- “Literary Cosmopolitanism and Agents of Mediation: Oscar Wilde and Fin-de-Siècle Viennese Artistic Networks.” Reconnecting Aestheticism and Modernism: Continuities, Revisions, Speculations. Ed. Bénédicte Coste, Catherine Delyfer and Christine Reynier. London: Routledge, 2016. 67-79.
- “Visions of Salome, Visions of Wilde: Critical Readings of Oscar Wilde’s Salome in Early-Twentieth-Century Vienna.” Performing Salome, Revealing Stories. Ed. Clair Rowden. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013. 49-69.
- “Introduction.” Ireland in Drama, Film, and Popular Culture: Festschrift for Werner Huber. Ed. Sandra Mayer, Julia Novak, and Margarete Rubik. Trier: WVT, 2012: 9-14. (co-authored with Julia Novak and Margarete Rubik)
- “‘You have to have a grá to do it’: An Interview with Irish Storytellers Clare Murphy, Niall de Búrca, and Joe Brennan.” Ireland in Drama, Film, and Popular Culture: Festschrift for Werner Huber. Ed. Sandra Mayer, Julia Novak, and Margarete Rubik. Trier: WVT, 2012. 183-192. (co-authored with Julia Novak)
- “The Critic as Agent: Literarische Vermittlungs- und Kanonisierungsprozesse am Beispiel von Oscar Wildes Komödien auf den Wiener Bühnen des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts.” Weltbühne Wien/World-Stage Vienna, Vol. 2: Die Rezeption anglophoner Dramen auf den Wiener Bühnen des 20. Jahrhunderts. Ed. Ewald Mengel, Ludwig Schnauder and Rudolf Weiss. Trier: WVT, 2010. 77-101.
- “When Critics Disagree, the Artist Survives: Oscar Wilde, An All-Time Favourite of the Viennese Stage in the Twentieth Century.” The Reception of Oscar Wilde in Europe. Ed. Stefano Evangelista. London: Continuum, 2010. 203-216. (reissued in paperback, May 2015)
- “The Importance of Commemorating Literary Celebrity: Oscar Wilde and Contemporary Literary Memorial Culture.” Ireland and Popular Culture. Ed. Sylvie Mikowski. Reimagining Ireland 54. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2014. 39-52.
- “En-Nobeling Literary Celebrity: Authorial Self-Fashioning in the Nobel Lectures of Elfriede Jelinek and Harold Pinter.” The Performance of Celebrity: Creating, Maintaining and Controlling Fame. Ed. Amber Anna Colvin. eBook. Inter-Disciplinary.Press, 2013. 67-80.
- “Introduction.” Ireland in/and Europe: Cross-Cultural Currents and Exchanges. Irish Studies in Europe 4. Ed. Werner Huber, Sandra Mayer, and Julia Novak. Trier: WVT, 2012. 11-17. (co-authored with Werner Huber and Julia Novak).
- "Kulturhistorikerin zum Hype um die Royals: 'Das sind Heroen zum Anfassen.'" Salzburger Nachrichten, 9 January 2020.
- "Star-Autor & Staatsmann: Celebrity Benjamin Disraeli." FWF Scilog Magazine, 8 May 2017.
- "Die uralte Lust am Promi-Wahn." Der Kurier, 15 May 2017.
Recordings and Podcasts
- "Art and Action: Authorship, Celebrity, Politics." Digital Research Forum, Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, OCLW Facebook Group, 7 April 2020. (video recording)
- "Performing the Celebrity Self: Benjamin Disraeli and Oscar Wilde." British Studies Faculty Seminar, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin, 27 September 2019.
- "Oscar Wilde in Vienna: Pleasing and Teasing the Audience." Panel Discussion with Sandra Mayer, Mary Luckhurst, Dominic Janes, and Stefano Evangelista. The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, 8 February 2019. Podcast, University of Oxford Podcast Channel, 2019.
- "Disraeli's 'Spectre of Unsatisfied Desire': Literary Celebrity in/and Political Office." Podcast, University of Oxford Podcast Channel, 2016.
- “Pegasus and Carthorse: The Many Shades of Disraeli’s Celebrity.” Podcast, University of Oxford Podcast Channel, 2015.
- "Celebrity and Life-Writing in Dialogue." Blog post The Oxford Centre for Life-Writing Blog, 11 November 2016.
- "Rubbing Shoulders with Disraeli the Celebrity at Hughenden." Blog post AngloFiles, The Royal Oak Foundation, 2016.
- “Stadt der träumenden Türme.” FWF-Infomagazin 90.1 (2015): 28-29.
- “The Shifting Shapes of Authorship: (Dis)Embodying Literary Celebrity, 18 September.” Event blog, AHRC Project “Authors and the World,” 2014.
- “Mapping a Sprawling Field: The Second Biennial Celebrity Studies Journal Conference.” Conference report, Oxford Celebrity Research Network, 2014.