Edited Journal Issue

New Transatlanticisms. Modernist Cultures 11.1. February 2016.


Articles in Academic Journals

‘Mexico, Revolution and Indigenous Politics in D.H. Lawrence’s The Plumed Serpent’. Modern Fiction Studies. Forthcoming, 2018.

‘“All the People in the Ring Together”: Hemingway, Performance and the Politics of the Corrida de Toros’. Modernist Cultures 11.1. February 2016.
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‘Introduction’. New Transatlanticisms. Modernist Cultures 11.1. February 2016.
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‘Geographies of Politics, Geographies of Literature: Ezra Pound and Italian Modernism’ (this article also contains discussions of Gabriele D’Annunzio and F.T. Marinetti). Comparative American Studies 9(2). June 2011. 161-173.
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‘Fascist Aesthetics: Ezra Pound’s Cultural Negotiations in 1930s Italy’
Journal of Modern Literature 34:1. Fall 2010. 19-35.
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‘Historicising the Stones: Ruskin’s The Stones of Venice and Italian Nationalism’ (also containing discussions of Nathaniel Hawthorne and William Dean Howells). Comparative Literature 62:3. Summer 2010. 246-326.
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‘Ruskin’s “Authentic” London. Architecture and National Identity in the Victorian City’. Literary London Journal 7:2. September 2009.
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Lectures/Papers (2014-2017)

In August 2017, I’ll be at the Modernist Studies Association conference in Amsterdam talking about John Dos Passos, race and anti-fascism. Here's the conference website: www.msa.press.jhu.edu.

In December 2016, I gave a private talk in London on the modernist poet and artist David Jones.

In June 2016, I talked at the inaugural meeting of the Modern Venice Network (Oxford Brookes) on ‘Vorticist Venice: Douglas Goldring in Venice and Dalmatia’.

In October 2015, I gave a talk on T.S. Eliot and Margate at Margate Museum (mention here).

In March 2015, I gave a talk as part of Modern Art Oxford’s William Morris/Andy Warhol exhibition Love is Enough (curated by Jeremy Deller) on Morris, Warhol, Margaret Atwood and other visionaries.
You can hear it here.

In August 2014, I was at the European Avant-Garde and Modernism Seminar in Helsinki giving a paper on D.H. Lawrence, Mexico and revolutionary nationalism. Here's the conference website: www.eam-europe.be.