Here is a list of publications by English graduate students at Oxford.

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  • Kevin Brazil, ‘Histories of the Immediate Future: The Institute of Contemporary Arts and the Reconstruction of Modernism in Postwar Britain,’ forthcoming in Modernism/Modernity, vol. 20 (2016).
  • Mark Byers, ‘Egocentric Predicaments: Charles Olson and the New York School of Music’, Journal of Modern Literature (Forthcoming 2014).
  • Mark Byers, ‘Hilda Morley and the Painters’, Contemporary Women’s Writing (Forthcoming 2014, doi. 10.1093/cww/vpt018).
  • Joseph Hone, ‘Politicising Praise: Panegyric and the Accession of Queen Anne’, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 37 (2014), forthcoming.
  • Hannah Ryley, ‘Waste Not, Want Not: the Sustainability of Medieval Manuscripts’, Green Letters 19:1, special issue: Literature and Sustainability (forthcoming, 2015)
  • Elizabeth Sandis, ‘Palimpsestuous Phaedra: William Gager’s additions to Seneca’s tragedy for his 1592 production at Christ Church, Oxford’ in T.F. Earle and C. Fouto (eds.) The Reinvention of Theatre in Sixteenth-Century Europe (Legenda: Oxford) (forthcoming, 2015)



  • Kevin Brazil, ‘Beckett, Painting, and the Question of “the human”.’ Journal of Modern Literature, vol. 36, no. 4, (Spring 2013), pp. 81-99.
  • Mark Byers, ‘Environmental Pedagogues: Charles Olson and R. Buckminster Fuller’, English 62:238 (Autumn 2013): 248-268.
  • Sarah Hook, ‘“A Literary Man with a Pencil”: Thomas Hardy and His Illustrated Book, Wessex Poems’, The Thomas Hardy Journal, xxix (Autumn 2013).

  • Erica Lombard, ‘Review of Globalectics: Theory and the Politics of Knowing by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’. The Modern Language Review 108.2 (2013): 625-626.
  • Erica Lombard, ‘Through a Sheet of Glass: The Ethics of Reading in Peter Carey’s Oscar and Lucinda’ (co-authored with Mike Marais) Journal of Literary Studies 29.1 (2013): 50-66.




  • April Pierce, “Representation, Concealment, and Techne: 21st Century Reimaginings of Heidegger’s Work” (The International Society for Hermeneutics and Science, 2010).