Articles and Chapters

“In Dylan’s Woodshed: The Writer at Work,” The World of Bob Dylan, Latham and Hosmer eds., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2020. 


“The Ache of the Everyday World,” Cambridge Companion to James Joyce, John Nash, ed., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021.


“Joyce in the World,” The New Joyce Studies, Catherine Flynn, ed., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021.


“It’s Not Alright With Me: Thinking Twice about Bob Dylan in the Magazines,” New Approaches to Bob Dylan, Anne-Marie Mai, ed., University of Southern Denmark Press, 2019.


“Industrialized Print: Modernism and Authorship,” The Cambridge Handbook of Authorship, Ingo Berensmeyer eds, Cambridge University Press: forthcoming 2019.


with Jeff Drouin, “Make It Useful: The Modernist Journals Project and Medium Data,” Modernism/modernity (2017).


“Playful Reading: Finnegans Wake I.6 and Game Theory,” Finnegans Wake: Polyvocal Explorations, Kimberly Devlin and Christine Smedley eds., University of Florida Press, 2015): 90-114.


“Serial Modernism,” A History of the Modernist Novel, Gregory Castle ed., (Cambridge University Press, 2015). 254-269.


“Unpacking My Digital Library: Programming Modernist Magazines,” Editing Modernisms in Canada, Colin Hill and Dean Irvine eds.,  Toronto University Press, 2016.


“The Mess and Muddle of Modernism: The Modernist Journals Project and Modern Periodical Studies,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 30.2 (Fall 2011): 407-428.


“Renovated Vitality: Joyce’s Twenty-First-Century Contexts,” Joyce in Context, John McCourt ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).


“‘Cyril Connolly’s Horizon and the End of Modernism,” Modernist Magazines: A Critical and Cultural History, Peter Brooker and Andrew Thacker eds., (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), 865-874.


“An Impossible Resignation: Faulkner and the Colonial Imagination,” in Richard Moreland ed., A Companion to William Faulkner (Oxford: Blackwell, 2007),  252-268.


“The Nameless Shamelessness of Ulysses: Libel and the Law of Literature” Scandalous Fictions: The Twentieth-Century Novel in the Public Sphere, Jago Morrison and Susan Watkins eds., (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006). 27-47.


“The Rise of Periodical Studies” (co-authored with Robert Scholes), PMLA 121.2 (March 2005): 517-531.


“General Introduction” to Dana: An Irish Magazine of Independent ThoughtThe Modernist Journals Project.  March 2005 (15 pp.).


“New Age Scholarship: The Work of Criticism in the Age of Digital Reproduction.”  New Literary History.  35.3 (Summer 2004): 411-426.


“Hating Joyce Properly.” Journal of Modern Literature.  26.1 (Fall 2002): 119-131.


“Introduction” to Volume 6.  The Modernist Journals Project: The New Age Edition.  Department of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University.  April 2003 (17 pp.).

“The Masses.” Dictionary of Literary Biography: American Radical and Reform Writers.  Volume 303.  Ed., Steven Rosendale.  Detroit: Gale Group.  395-402.


"A Portrait of the Snob: James Joyce and the Anxieties of Cultural Capital."  Modern Fiction Studies.  47.4 (Winter 2001): 774-799.


"Introduction" to Volume 1.  The Modernist Journals Project: The New Age Edition.  Editor, Volume One.  Department of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University.  October 1999 (33 pp.).


"Jim Bond's America."  Mississippi Quarterly, Special Faulkner Issue.  51 (1998): 453-464.


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