Ian Henderson and Anouk Lang, eds. Patrick White Beyond the Grave: New Critical Perspectives. London: Anthem Press, 2015.

Anouk Lang, ed. From Codex to Hypertext: Reading at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2012.


Single-authored peer-reviewed journal articles

“Visual Provocations: Using GIS Mapping to Explore Witi Ihimaera’s Dear Miss Mansfield.” ELN: English Language Notes 52.1 (Spring/Summer 2014): 67-80.

“Going Against the Flow: The Secret River and Colonialism’s Structuring Oppositions.” Postcolonial Text 9.1 (2014): 1-16.

“Canadian Magazines and their Spatial Contexts: Digital Possibilities and Practical Realities.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 48 (2014): 213-232.

“‘A Book that All Canadians Should be Proud to Read’: Canada Reads and Joseph Boyden’s Three Day Road.” Canadian Literature 215 (Winter 2012): 120-136.

“Exploring the Educational Potential of Social Network Sites in Relation to Intercultural Communication.” Arts & Humanities in Higher Education 11.1-2 (Feb-April 2012): 120-139.

“Modernity in Practice: A Comparative View of the Cultural Dynamics of Modernist Literary Production in Australia and Canada.” Canadian Literature 209 (Summer 2011): 48-65.

“‘The Working Side of Art’: A Conversation with Richard Grant.” Journal of Commonwealth Literature 46.1 (March 2011): 173-181.

“‘A Dirty Little Secret’: Taste Hierarchies and Richard and Judy’s Book Club.” Participations 7.2 (November 2010): 316-340.

“‘The Status is Not Quo!’ Pursuing Resolution in Web-Disseminated Serial Narrative.” Narrative 18.3 (October 2010): 367-381.

“Troping the Masculine: Australian Animals, the Nation, and the Popular Imagination.” Antipodes 24.1 (June 2010): 5-10.

(Invited) “Reading Race in Small Island: Discourse Deviation, Schemata and the Textual Encounter.” Language and Literature 18.3 (2009): 316-330.

“‘Enthralling But at the Same Time Disturbing’: Challenging the Readers of Small Island.” Journal of Commonwealth Literature 44.2 (2009): 123-140.

“Creative Advocates: Art, Commitment and Canadian Literary History.” Topia 20 (Fall 2008): 167-182.

“Judith Wright and Frank Scott: Gendering Modernist Networks in Australia and Canada.” Australian Literary Studies 22.4 (Oct 2006): 403-416.

Translation and preface to Denys Bouliane, “Ligeti’s Six Études Pour Piano: The Fine Art of Composing Using Cultural Referents.” Theory and Practice 31 (2006): 159-208.


Book chapters

(Invited) “Modernist Fiction in Australia, Canada and New Zealand.” In Paul Sharrad, Gerry Turcotte and Coral Ann Howells, eds., The Oxford History of the Novel in English, Vol. 12. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Forthcoming]

“Queering Sarsaparilla: Patrick White’s Deviant Modernism.” In Ian Henderson and Anouk Lang, eds., Patrick White Beyond the Grave: New Critical Perspectives. London: Anthem Press, 2015. 193-204.

With David E. Hubbard, Kathleen Reed, Anelise Hanson Shrout and Lyndsay D. Troyer. “Isis: Mapping the Geospatial and Topical Distribution of a History of Science Journal”. Case study in Katy Börner and Ted Polley, Visual Insights: A Practical Guide to Making Sense of Data. Boston: MIT Press, 2014. 260-265.

“Reading at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century”. Introduction to Anouk Lang, ed., From Codex to Hypertext: Reading at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. 1-24.

(Invited) “Explicating Explications: Researching Contemporary Reading.” In Bonnie Gunzenhauser, ed., Reading in History: New Methodologies from the Anglo-American Tradition. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2010. 119-133.

“Reading in a Digital Age: Using New Technologies to Navigate Texts Together.” In Evelyn Arizpe and Morag Styles, eds., Acts of Reading: Teachers, Texts and Childhood. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham, 2009. 185-200.



Review of Changing Our Textual Minds: Towards a Digital Order of Knowledge, by Adriaan van der Weel. Times Literary Supplement 14 Sept 2012.

Review of The Wrong World: Selected Stories and Essays of Bertram Brooker, ed. Gregory Betts. British Journal of Canadian Studies 24.1 (2011): 108-109.

Review of Editing Modernity: Women and Little-Magazine Cultures in Canada, 1916-1956 by Dean Irvine. British Journal of Canadian Studies 22.1 (2009): 145-146.

Review of Canadian Literature by Faye Hammill. European English Messenger 18.1 (Spring 2009): 71-72.

Review of The Canadian Modernists Meet, ed. Dean Irvine. British Journal of Canadian Studies 20.2 (2007): 318-319.

Review of Home-Work: Postcolonialism, Pedagogy and Canadian Literature, ed. Cynthia Sugars. British Journal of Canadian Studies 19.1 (2006): 145-46.


Online articles and encyclopedia entries

“Alan Crawley” and “Kenneth Slessor”. Entries in Stephen Ross, gen. ed., The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Routledge,

“Judith Wright.” Entry in The Literary Encyclopedia. &UID=4812, published 24 April 2008.

“Reading (in) the News: Understanding Media Discourse Around Community Reading Events.” In Matthew Davies, Paul Rayson, Susan Hunston and Pernilla Danielsson, eds., Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics Conference 2007.


Selected recent invited papers and presentations

“Expanding Modernism through Digital Humanities.” Paper delivered at Women in Digital Humanities, KU Leuven, Belgium, Sept 2015.

“Digital Humanities: A Brief Introduction to the Field.” Lecture delivered at the ADEPT Summer School, Queen Mary University of London, July 2015.

“Gaps, Cracks, Keys: Digital Methods for Modernist Studies.” Keynote address at the Digital Day of Ideas 2015, University of Edinburgh, May 2015.

“Between the Real and the Imaginary: Using Digital Mapping in Literary Studies.” Paper delivered at research seminars at the University of Strathclyde, the University of Nottingham, the University of Stirling and the Centre for e-Research, Kings College London, Oct-Dec 2012.

“Geolocating Little Magazines: Some Thoughts on the Value of Mapping Technologies and Periodical Studies.” Magazines, Travel and Middlebrow Culture, Carleton University, May 2012.

“The Tyranny of (Keeping One’s) Distance: Geographical and Cultural Difference as a Resource in Australian Modernist Art and Literature.” Intermedial Modernisms, Scottish Network of Modernist Studies, University of Dundee, January 2012.