Articles

Refereed Journal Articles

  • “’Dead Letters’: Impersonality and the Mourning of World Literature in Ivan Vladislavić’s Double Negative,” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, special issue “The Body Now: Somatic Vocabularies from the Millennial Global South,” ed. Rebekah Cumpsty and Rebecca Duncan (accepted, in preparation 2017)
  • “Style in the Novel: Towards a Critical Poetics,” Poetics Today (accepted, forthcoming 2017)
  • “Complexity, Immanence and the Long Revolution: On Raymond Williams,” Mediations: Journal of the Marxist Literary Group (in press, 2017).
    • French translation of an earlier version: “Introduction à Raymond Williams,” trans. Véronique Samson. Revue Période – online here.
    • Spanish translation of an earlier version: “Introducción a Raymond Williams. Complejidad, inmanencia y la larga revolución en Raimond Williams,” trans. José Mª Fdez. Criado. Marxismo Critico – online here.
  • “Combined and Uneven Styles in the Modern World-System: Stylistic Ideology in José de Alencar, Machado de Assis and Thomas Hardy,” European Journal of English Studies, vol. 20 (3), 222–235 (2016).
  • “A Defence of Transhistoricism: Literary History Between Raymond Williams and Alain Badiou,” REAL: Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature (2016).

Book Chapters

  • “Home and the Law,” Edinburgh Contemporary Research on Refugee Writing, ed. Emma Cox, Sam Durrant, David Farrier, Lyndsey Stonebridge, Agnes Woolley, (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, in preparation 2017).
  • “Poetics,” in Handbook of Marxism, eds. Sara Farris, Beverley Skeggs, and Alberto Toscano (in preparation, 2017).
  • “Radical Schiller and the Young Marx,” in Aesthetic Marx, ed. by Johan Hartle & Samir Gandesha (London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming 2017).
    • Slovenian translation of earlier version: “Stil v marksisticni tradiciji,” trans. Simon Hajdini. Borec, issue 697-699, 2013.
  • “‘Slavery to an Assembly Line is not Liberation from Slavery to the Kitchen Sink’: Assessing Social Reproduction Theory’s Challenge to Liberal-Feminist and Classical-Marxist Paradigms,” in Beyond Gender: An Advanced Introduction to Futures of Feminist and Sexuality Studies, ed. Daniel Hartley, Mirjam Horn, Greta Olson and Regina Schmidt (Abingdon: Routledge, forthcoming 2017).
  • “Anthropocene, Capitalocene and the Problem of Culture,” in Anthropocene or Capitalocene? ed. Jason W. Moore (Oakland: PM Press, 2016): 154–165.
  • (with Michael Basseler & Ansgar Nünning) “‘Forms of Life’ as a Travelling Concept in Literary and Cultural Studies,” in Basseler, Hartley & Nünning (eds), Emergent Forms of Life in Anglophone Literature: Conceptual Frameworks and Critical Analyses (WVT Trier, 2015): 1-24.
  • “Style as Structure of Feeling: Emergent Forms of Life in the Theory of Raymond Williams and George Saunders’s Tenth of December,” in Basseler, Hartley & Nünning (eds), Emergent Forms of Life in Anglophone Literature: Conceptual Frameworks and Critical Analyses (WVT Trier, 2015): 163-182.
  • “The Politics of Form: British and American Marxist Literary Theory,” in Schlüsselthemen der Anglistik und Amerikanistik/ Key Topics in English and American Studies (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2014)

Non-Refereed Articles

  • “Thoughts on Revolutionary Indifference; or, the Thermodynamics of Militancy,” Black Box, vol. 1 (Oakland: PM Press, forthcoming December 2015).
  • “Against the Anthropocene,” Salvage, vol. 1 (2015): 107–117.
  • “La politique du style: entretien avec Daniel Hartley,” Revue Période (online 2015).

Book Reviews

  • Franco “Bifo” Berardi, The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance (MIT Press, 2012) in Review 31, December 2012.
  • Peter D. Thomas, The Gramscian Moment: Philosophy, Hegemony and Marxism (New York: Haymarket, 2011) in KULT_online, vol. 27, 2011.
  • Pietro Grossi’s Fists, trans. Howard Curtis (London: Pushkin Press, 2010) in The Quarterly Conversation, Issue 21, Fall 2010.

 

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