LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
George Gissing. A Life. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2008. Pp. xiii, 444.
Bill Brandt: A Life. London: Jonathan Cape, 2004. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2004. Pp. 335.
Literature, Money and the Market from Trollope to Amis. London and New York, Palgrave, 2002. Pp. 235.
[Editor] Vancouver: Representing the Postmodern City. Collection of essays by various authors, with an introduction by the editor. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1994. Pp. 296.
[Editor] George Gissing. In the Year of Jubilee. London: J.M. Dent (Everyman), 1994. Pp. xxv, 399.
[Co-editor with George Landow] The Digital Word: Text-based Computing in the Humanities [Anthology of essays by various authors]. Cambridge: the MIT Press, 1993. Pp. xii, 362.
[Co-editor with George Landow] Hypermedia and Literary Studies [Anthology of essays by various authors]. Cambridge: the MIT Press, 1991. Pp. 352. Paperback edition, MIT Press, 1993.
[Co-editor with Liu Xianzhi] D.H. Lawrence in China: Proceedings of the First China D.H. Lawrence Conference. Jinan: Tomorrow Press, 1991. [Includes a Preface by P.D. English contributions translated into Chinese].
The Neo-pagans. Paperback edition, revised, and with a new Preface. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1988. Pp. xxiv, 270.
The Neo-pagans: Rupert Brooke and the Ordeal of Youth. New York: The Free Press, 1987; London: Macmillan, 1987 [Under title: The Neo-pagans: Friendship and Love in the Rupert Brooke Circle]. Pp. xviii, 270.
D.H.Lawrence’s Nightmare: the Writer and his Circle in the Years of the Great War. New York: Basic Books, 1978. Hassocks, Sussex: The Harvester Press, 1979. pp. xviii, 420.
Sixteenth-Century English Poetry and Prose: A Selective Anthology. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1976. Pp. xi, 563. [Co-edited with Jeffrey Ford and R.W.Hanning].
British Autobiography in the Seventeenth Century. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1969. New York: Columbia University Press, 1969. pp. x, 198.
REFEREED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
“’She May be a Little Weird’: Chloe O’Brian and Geek Culture.” In Steven Peacock, ed., Reading 24: Television Against the Clock.” London: I. B. Tauris. Forthcoming, 2006.
“’A Sort of Notch in the Donwell Estate’: Intersections of Status and Class in Emma.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction, vol. 12, no. 4 (July 2000): 533-548.
Reprint: Jane Austen, Emma, ed. Alistair Duckworth (Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism). New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2002. 508-23.
“The University in Pieces: Bill Readings and the Fate of the Humanities.” Profession 2000, 89-96.
“Who Paid for Modernism?” In Woodmansee, Martha, & Mark Osteen, eds., The New Economic Criticism: Studies at the Interface of Literature and Economics. New York: Routledge, 1999. 335-351.
“‘Tailors of Malt, Hot, All Round’: Homosocial Consumption in Dubliners.” Studies in Short Fiction, vol. 32, no. 3 (Summer 1995): 381-393.
“Virtual Universities and the Death of Distance.” In Paul Delany, ed., special topic on “Universities, Languages and the Global Information Infrastructure.” Text Technology, vol. 7, no. 3 (Autumn 1997): 49-63.
“‘A Secret Riches’: Universal and Particular Feminism in The Rainbow.” In L. Gamache and I. MacNiven, eds., D.H. Lawrence: The Cosmic Adventure. Ottawa: Borealis Press, 1996. 106-122.
“‘A Would-be-dirty Mind’: D.H. Lawrence as an Enemy of Joyce.” In Morris Beja and David Norris, eds., Joyce in the Hibernian Metropolis: Essays. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1996. 76-82.
Pico V.2: A Humanist in the Year 2010. A Round Table. Edited by Gregory Bloomquist. Ottawa: Humanities and Social Science Federation of Canada, 1996. [Participant]
“Nostromo: Economism and Its Discontents.” In Carola Kaplan and Anne Simpson, eds., Seeing Double Revisioning Edwardian and Modernist Literature. New York: St Martin’s Press, 1996. 215-234.
“Gissing in Prison.” The Gissing Journal 32, No. 4 (October 1996): 11-13.
“The Discourse of Computer-Supported Media: Reading and Writing on Usenet.”The Yearbook of English Studies, vol. 25 (1995): 213-224.
“Giving Yourself Away: Lawrence’s Letters in Context.” In Dennis Jackson and Charles L. Ross, eds. Editing D. H. Lawrence: New Versions of a Modern Author. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995. 173-187.
“Vancouver as a Postmodern City,” in P. Delany, ed., Vancouver: Representing the Postmodern City. 1-24.
[Revised version, in French. In Serge Guilbaut, ed., Représentations Identitaires Décentrées. Marseille: Office d’Affaires Culturelles, 1996.]
“‘Hardly the Center of the World’: Vancouver in William Gibson's ‘The Winter Market.’” In P. Delany, ed., Vancouver: Representing the Postmodern City. 179-192.
“L’Ordinateur et la Critique Littéraire: Du Golem ą la Textualité Cybernetique,” in Littérature 96, special issue on “L’Informatique et la Littérature,” December 1994, 6-18.
[P. Childers, P. Delany] “Wired World, Virtual Campus: Universities and the Political Economy of Cyberspace.” In Works and Days, 23/24, Vol. 12, Nos. 1 & 2: 61-73. Special double issue on “The Geography of Cyberspace.”
“D. H. Lawrence and Deep Ecology.” The CEA Critic, 55:2 (Winter 1993), 27-41. [Also forthcoming in D.H. Lawrence: New Directions, ed. Keith Cushman and Peter Preston (selected papers from the International D.H. Lawrence Conference, Montpellier, June 1990.)]
[P. Delany, George P. Landow] “Managing the Digital Word: The Text in an Age of Electronic Reproduction,” in G. Landow and P. Delany, eds., The Digital Word: Text-Based Computing in the Humanities (MIT Press, 1993). 3-28.
“From the Scholar’s Library to the Personal Docuverse,” in G. Landow and P. Delany, eds., The Digital Word: Text-Based Computing in the Humanities (MIT Press, 1993). 189-199.
“‘A Little Capital’: The Financial Affairs of Leonard and Virginia Woolf.” The Charleston Magazine 7 (Summer/Autumn 1993), 5-8.
“Land, Money and the Jews in the Later Trollope.” SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, 32 (Autumn 1992): 765-787.
[With George Landow] “Hypertext, Hypermedia and Literary Studies: the State of the Art.” In P. Delany & G. P. Landow, eds., Hypermedia and Literary Studies. 3-50.
[Reprinted in Multimedia]
[With J. D. Gilbert] “HyperCard Stacks for Fielding's Joseph Andrews: Issues of Design and Content.” In Hypermedia and Literary Studies, 287-298.
“Lawrence and the Decline of the Industrial Spirit.” In Michael Squires and Keith Cushman, eds., The Challenge of D.H. Lawrence, (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1990), 77-88.
[Reprinted in New Casebooks: D.H. Lawrence, Sons and Lovers. Edited by Rick Rylance. London: Macmillan, 1995. Also forthcoming in Foreign Studies on D.H. Lawrence. (Jinan: Tomorrow Press). [In Chinese]
“Elements, Links and Structures in Hypermedia.” Conference proceedings, “Communication Interactive: Instruments de Communication Evolués, Hypertextes, Hypermédias,” Paris, May 15-17, 1990.
“Potterland.” [Review essay on Dennis Potter’s Pennies From Heaven, Ticket to Ride, Blackeyes, and The Singing Detective] The Dalhousie Review, Vol. 68, No. 4, 511-521. [Partially reprinted in Contemporary Literary Criticism Yearbook. Detroit: Gale Research, 1995.]
“Sons and Lovers: The Morel Marriage As A War Of Position.” The D.H. Lawrence Review, Vol. 21, No. 2, 153-165.
Also forthcoming in Proceedings of the First China D.H. Lawrence Conference (Jinan: Tomorrow Press) (Under title: “The Allocation and Defense of Space in Sons and Lovers”). [In Chinese].
“Islands of Money: Rentier Culture in E.M. Forster’s Howards End.” English Literature in Transition, 31:3, 285-296.
[Reprinted in New Casebooks: E.M. Forster. Edited by Jeremy Tambling. Houndmills: Macmillan Press, 1996. New York: St. Martin’s Press.]
“Words, Deeds and Things: Orwell’s Quarrel With Language.” In P. Buitenhuis & I. Nadel, eds., George Orwell: a Reassessment (London: Macmillan, 1988), 93-101.
“Mr Noon and Modern Paganism.” The D.H. Lawrence Review, Vol. 20, no. 2 (Summer 1988), 251-261.
“Russell’s Dismissal From Trinity: a Study in High Table Politics.” Russell, n.s., vol. 6, no. 1, 39-61.
[Reprinted in Andrew Irvine, ed., Bertrand Russell: Critical Assessments. New York: Routledge, 1998.]
[with Kenneth Blackwell] “Editorial Note” to A.N. Whitehead, To the Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge. Russell, n.s., vol. 6, no. 1, 62-64.
“‘We Shall Know Each Other Now’: Message and Code in ‘The Blind Man.’” Contemporary Literature, vol 26, no. 1, 26-39.
“Lawrence and Carlyle.” In Jeffrey Meyers, ed., D.H. Lawrence and Tradition, (London: Athlone Press; Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press), 21-34.
“Who Was The Blind Man?” English Studies in Canada, Vol. IX, No. 1, 92-99. [Reprinted in D.H. Lawrence: Critical Assessments, ed. David Ellis and Ornella di Zordo. Mountfield, Sussex: Helm Information, 1992].
“Jean Rhys and Ford Madox Ford: What ‘Really’ Happened?” Mosaic, Vol. XVI, No. 4, 15-24.
“Halliday’s Progress: Letters of Philip Heseltine, 1915-21.” The D.H.Lawrence Review, Vol. 13, no. 2, 119-133.
“Lawrence and Forster: First Skirmish With Bloomsbury.” The D.H.Lawrence Review, Vol. 11, No. 1, 63-72.
“King Lear and the Decline of Feudalism.” PMLA 93, No. 3, 429-440.
[Reprinted in Ivo Kamps, ed., Materialist Shakespeare: A History. Afterword by Fredric Jameson. London: Verso, 1995. 20-38.]
“Short and Simple Annals of the Poor: Katherine Mansfield’s ‘The Doll’s House.’” Mosaic, Vol. X, No. 1, 7-17.
[Excerpts in Elements of Literature, Fourth Course, Annotated Teacher’s Edition (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1990)].
“Lawrence and E.M.Forster: Two Rainbows.” The D.H. Lawrence Review, Vol. 8, 1, 54-62.
“Turgenev and the Genesis of ‘A Painful Case.’ Modern Fiction Studies, Vol. 20, No. 2, 217-221. [Co-author Dorothy E. Young].
“Reply to Pierre Legouis.” Modern Language Quarterly, Vol. 34, 482-483. [Discussion of “Marvell’s ‘Mourning,’” 1972].
“Marvell’s ‘Mourning,’” Modern Language Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 1, 30-36.
“Joyce’s Political Development and the Aesthetic of Dubliners.” College English, Vol. 34, No 2, 256-266; with comment by Gaylord C. LeRoy, 266-268. [Reprinted, with minor revisions, as “Joyce: Political Development and the Aesthetic of Dubliners,” in B. Barber and M. McGrath, eds., The Artist and Political Vision (New Brunswick and London: Transaction Books, 1982)].
“Bleak House and Doubting Castle.” Dickens Studies Newsletter III, No. 4, 100-106.
“Constantinus Africanus’ De Coitu: a Translation.” Chaucer Review IV, 55-65.
“Donne’s Holy Sonnet V, Lines 13-14.” American Notes and Queries IX, 6-7.
“D.H.Lawrence: Twelve Letters.” The D.H.Lawrence Review, II, no. 3, 195-209.
[With M. Baybak, A.K. Hieatt] “Placement ‘In The Middest’ in The Faerie Queene,” Papers on Language and Literature V, 227-234. [Reprints: Alastair Fowler, ed., Silent Poetry: Essays in Numerological Analysis(London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1970), 141-152. Also A.C. Hamilton, ed., Essential Articles for the Study of Edmund Spenser (Hamden, Conn.: Archon, 1972).]
“Attacks on Carew in William Habington’s Poems.” Seventeenth Century News XXVI, no. 2, item 8, 36.
“Constantinus Africanus and Chaucer’s Merchant’s Tale.” Philological Quarterly XLVI, 560-566.
“Edmund Spenser, the Younger.” Notes and Queries XIII, 259.
“The Role of the Guide in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Neophilologus XLIX, 250-255.
[Reprint: Donald Howard & Christian Zacher, eds., Critical Studies of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1968), 227-235.]
Review of Alexander Masters, Stuart: A Life Backwards; Theodore Dalrymple, Life at the Bottom. Inroads, 19 (Summer/Fall 2006), 118-123.
“Necessary Evil?” Vancouver Review, 5 (Spring 2005), 8-11.
Review of Simon James, Unsettled Accounts: Money and Narrative in the Novels of George Gissing. Victorian Studies; 46: 4 (Summer 2004), 690-92.
“Vancouver: The Graveyard of Ambition?” Vancouver Review, 1 (Spring 2004).
“Bill Brandt: A Private Life Exposed.” V & A Magazine, Spring 2004. 54-61.
Review of Stanley Sultan, Joyce’s Metamorphosis, James Joyce Quarterly, Autumn 2003.
Review of Timothy Dow Adams, Light Writing and Life Writing. Biography, 23.3 (Summer 2000). 561-563.
Review of Daniel Schwarz, Reconfiguring Modernism: Explorations in the Relationship Between Modern Art and Modern Literature. English Literature in Transition 41: 3. 341-344.
“What’s Left?” The Vancouver Review, no. 17 (Summer 1995), 1, 21-23.
“All in the Family.”The American Scholar , Autumn 1994, 626-630. [Review of Ron Chernow, The Warburgs.].
Translation into English of Jacques Virbel, “Reading and Managing Texts on the BibliothŹque de France Station,” in G. Landow & P. Delany, eds., The Digital Word: Text-Based Computing in the Humanities .
Review of Robert Polhemus, Erotic Faith: Being in Love from Jane Austen to D. H. Lawrence. Comparative Literature 45:3 (Summer 1993): 295-297.
“Modern Virginity.” [Review of Song of Love: The Letters of Rupert Brooke and Noel Olivier. Edited by Pippa Harris.] The London Review of Books, vol. 14, no. 4 (27 February 1992), 23.
“Finding Out Who You Were.” [Review of Robertson Davies, Murther and Walking Spirits.] The London Review of Books, vol 14, no.15 (6 August 1992), 23.
Review of Judith Farr, The Passion of Emily Dickinson. The New York Times Book Review, 2 August 1992, p. 8.
Review of Frank Field, British and French Writers of the First World War: Comparative Studies in Cultural History. The International History Review XIV, no. 3 (August 1992), 573-575.
“Vivre Comme Chien et Chat?” The London Review of Books, vol. 14, no. 16 (20 August 1992), 12. [Review of Mordecai Richler, Oh Canada! Oh Quebec!]. [Partial reprint in Vancouver Review 10, (Fall 1992), 25-26 ].
“Keeping Up the Fight.” [Review of Jeffrey Meyers, D.H. Lawrence: a Biography; D.H. Lawrence, England, My England, the Cambridge Edition; The Lady Chatterley's Lover Trial, ed. H. Montgomery Hyde; James Hanley, Boy; John Worthen, D.H. Lawrence: a Writer’s Life; Tony Pinkney, D. H. Lawrence ]. The London Review of Books, vol. 13, no. 2 (24 January 1991), 22-23.
Review of Paul Fussell, ed., The Norton Anthology of War Literature. The Globe and Mail, 2 March 1991, C8.
“Voyage to Uchronia.” [Review of William Gibson and Bruce Sterling, The Difference Engine.] The London Review of Books, vol. 13, no. 16 (29 August 1991), 22. [Partially reprinted in Contemporary Literary Criticism. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993.]
“Modernising Leavis.” Salmagundi 87 (Summer 1990): 354-359. [Review of Michael Bell, F.R. Leavis.]
“D.H. Lawrence: Two Different Images.” Book-Forest (Shanghai), No. 10-11, 74. [In Chinese].
“No Ordinary Woman,” V, October, 24-27. [On Queen Elizabeth II].
“AIDS: What Is To Be Done,” V, November, 34, 88-91.
[Review] “Fiasco. By Stanislaus Lem.” The New York Times Book Review, 7 June 1987, p.1.
“Men in Love” [Review of D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love and Letters, Volume IV, 1921-24, the Cambridge Edition], The London Review of Books, 3 September, 21-22.
“Eating People Is Right,” The London Review of Books, vol 7, no 3 (21 February), 12. [Review of Peter York, Modern Times, and Robin Lakoff and Raquel Scherr, Face Value: the Politics of Beauty].
Review of Benita Parry, Conrad and Imperialism. Modern Language Quarterly, June 1985, 217-220.
“Keynes Before Keynesianism,” Salmagundi, No. 65 (Fall, 1984), 122-131. [Essay-review of Robert Skidelsky, The Life of J.M. Keynes, Vol. I].
[Review]“Turing’s Man: Western Culture in the Computer Age. By J. David Bolter,” The New York Times Book Review, March 18, p.13. [Letter to the Editor, 29 April, p. 38]
“LePage,” Saturday Night, February, 46-54.
“Queen Famine’s Courtier,” The London Review of Books, Vol. 5, No. 2 (3-17 February), p. 8. [Review of Martin Seymour-Smith, Robert Graves: His Life and Works; Paul O'Prey, In Broken Images: Selected Letters of Robert Graves 1914-1946; Laura (Riding) Jackson, Progress of Stories.] (See also letters by Laura (Riding) Jackson in LRB V, No. 6, p. 4, and No. 15, p. 4, with my reply.)
“Voyeur,” The London Review of Books, Vol. 5, No. 8 (5-18 May), p. 19. [Review of Anthony Powell, To Keep The Ball Rolling: The Memoirs of Anthony Powell. Vol. IV: The Strangers All Are Gone.] [Reprinted partially in Jean Stine, ed., Contemporary Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research, 1985)]
“Playing Fields, Flanders Fields,” The London Review of Books, Vol. 4, No. 1 (21 Jan-3 Feb), 22-23. [Review of Vera Brittain, War Diary 1913-17; John Lehmann, English Poets of the First World War; Peter Vansittart, Voices from the Great War; Richard Holmes, Sir John French]. [Partially reprinted in Sharon Gunton, ed., Contemporary Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1983), Vol. 23, p. 93.]
“He,” The London Review of Books, Vol. 4, No. 7 (15 April-5 May), 19-20. [Review of D.S.Higgins, Rider Haggard: The Great Storyteller; Rider Haggard, She ; Peter Haining, ed., The Best Short Stories of Rider Haggard].
“The Letter and the Spirit,” Saturday Night, May, 55-56. [Review of Northrop Frye, The Great Code and Divisions on a Ground: Essays on Canadian Culture].
“British Subcultures,” Queen's Quarterly, Spring, 182-185. [Review of Dick Hebdige, Subculture: The Meaning of Style].
[Review]“Plot, Story, and the Novel. By Robert Caserio,” Comparative Literature, Vol. 34, No. 3, 286-288.
“The Homosexual Factor,” Saturday Night, February, 30-36.
“Mortal Beauty,” The London Review of Books, 21 May-3 June, 7-8. [Review of Kenneth Clark, Feminine Beauty; Norman Mailer, Of Women and Their Elegance; Constance Sullivan, ed., Nude Photographs 1850-1980].
“Devil in the Flesh,” Saturday Night, July, 54-55. [Review of Brian Moore, The Temptation of Eileen Hughes].
“Canadian Facts and Figments,” Canadian Forum , August, 267. [Review of Tony Wilden, The Imaginary Canadian].
“Running on Empty,” Partisan Review XLVII, No. 3, 451-457. [Essay review on Stanley Cohen and Laurie Taylor, Escape Attempts, and Cyra McFadden, The Serial].
[Review]“Havelock Ellis: a Biography. By Phyllis Grosskurth,” Saturday Night, May, 37-38.
Letter to the Editor, Saturday Night, July-August, p. 11. [Concerns review of Life Before Man above, 1979].
“Varieties of Liberal Experience,” The Times Literary Supplement, December 5, 1391-1392. [Review of William Chace, Lionel Trilling, and Louis Hyde, ed., Rat and the Devil: Journal Letters of F.O.Matthiessen and Russell Cheney].
“Song of Roland,” Canadian Forum, June-July, 32-33. [Review of Roland Barthes, A Lover's Discourse ].
[Review] “The Letters of D.H.Lawrence: Vol. 1, 1901-13,” The New York Times Book Review, 9 September, 3.
[Reprinted in Dennis & Fleda Jackson, eds., Critical Essays on D.H. Lawrence. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1988.]
[Review] “Life Before Man By Margaret Atwood,” The Province Magazine, 30 Sept., 16.
“An Interview With John Mills,” Journal of Canadian Fiction 22, 58-78.
[Review] “The Text of a Life: The Pleasure of the Text and Roland Barthes, by Roland Barthes,” Partisan Review XLV, No. 3, 466-470. [Reprinted partially in Sharon Gunton, ed., Contemporary Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1982)].
“Tom Wayman: An Introduction,” The Little Magazine, Vol. 9, No. 4, 5-9.
[Review] “A Seventh Man. By John Berger,” The New York Times Book Review, 11 January, 19.
[Partial reprint in Contemporary Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research Company), Vol. 19, p. 39.]
[Review] “Aldous Huxley. A Biography. By Sybille Bedford,” Partisan Review XLIII, No. 2, 306-310.
[Review] “The Bloomsbury Group: A Collection of Memoirs, Commentary and Criticism. Edited by S.P.Rosenbaum,” University of Toronto Quarterly XLV, No. 4, 414-417.
[Review] “The Communal Experience. By Laurence Veysey. Young Outsiders: a Study of Alternative Communities. By Richard Mills,” The New York Times Book Review, January 13.
[Review] “Hers. By A.Alvarez,” The New York Times Book Review, 30 March, 5.
[Partial reprint in Contemporary Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research Company), Vol. 5, p. 19.]
[Review] “I, Pierre Riviere, Having Slaughtered My Mother. Edited by Michel Foucault,” The New York Times Book Review , 18 May, 31.
[Review] “Private Chronicles. A Study of English Diaries. By Robert A. Fothergill,” Modern Language Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 1, 86-89.
“Marcuse in the Seventies,” Partisan Review XL, No. 3, 455-460.
[Review] “Group Sex. By Gilbert Bartell,” Canadian Dimension, Vol. 9, Nos. 2 & 3, 51-52.
“Shakespeare’s Anti-Heroic Vision,” The Nation, January 22, 119-120. [Review of Reuben Brower, Hero and Saint: Shakespeare and the Graeco-Roman Heroic Tradition.]
[Review] “A Walden Two Experiment. The First Five Years of Twin Oaks Community. By Kathleen Kinkade,” New York Times Book Review, February 18, 3.
[Review] “Surfacing. By Margaret Atwood,” The New York Times Book Review, March 4, 5.
[Partial reprint in Contemporary Literary Criticism (Detroit: Gale Research Company), Vol. 4, p. 24.]
[Review] “Poems in Persons. An Introduction to the Psychoanalysis of Literature. By Norman Holland,” The New York Times Book Review, October 28, 38-39.
[Review] “The Family. By Ed Sanders,” Canadian Forum, May, 67-68.
[Review]“D.H.Lawrence: The Man and his Work. The Formative Years: 1885-1919. By Emile Delavenay,” The New York Times Book Review, December 10, 4.
“The Politics of Sex,” Canadian Dimension, Vol. 8, No.3, 54-57. [Review of Sexuality and Class Struggle by Reimut Reiche]
[Review] “Being There. By Jerzy Kosinski,” The New York Times Book Review, April 25, 1971, 7.
[Review] “Malcolm Lowry: October Ferry to Gabriola,” West Coast Review, VI, no. 1, 51-52.
“W.B.Yeats to John Masefield: Two Letters,” The Massachusetts Review XI, 159-162.
“Parents and Children,” The Massachusetts Review XI, 833-837. [Review of David Hunt, Parents and Children in History: The Psychology of Family Life in Early Modern France]
[Review]“The Quest for Rananim: D.H. Lawrence’s Letters to S.S.Koteliansky 1914 to 1930,” The New York Times Book Review , April 12, 1970, 5.
[Review]“John Donne. A Life. By R.C.Bald,” The New York Times Book Review, June 28, 1970, 6-7.
[Review]“The Diary of Samuel Pepys, Vols. I, II, III,” The New York Times Book Review, October 18, 1970, 1.
INVITED TALKS AND CONFERENCE PAPERS, 1985--
14 June, “Lawrence and the Decline of the Industrial Spirit.” D.H. Lawrence Centennial Conference, Tufts University.
24 October, “Lawrence & the Decline of the Industrial Spirit.” D.H. Lawrence Centennial Series, University of Waterloo.
14 March: “Russell's Eviction from Trinity: a Study in High Table Politics.” The Russell Colloquium, McMaster University.
26 March: “Lawrence & the Decline of the Industrial Spirit,” McMaster University.
October: “Islands of Money: Rentier Culture in E.M. Forster’s Howards End.” North American Conference on British Studies, Portland, Oregon.
19 February: Organised and moderated public forum on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, sponsored by SFSS.
22 October: “The Allocation and Defense of Space in Sons and Lovers.” First China D.H. Lawrence Conference, Shanghai, China.
29 December. [With J.D. Gilbert] “A HyperCard Stack for Fielding's Joseph Andrews: Issues of Design and Content.” Modern Language Association Convention, New Orleans.
15 March: “Saussure and Literary Theory.” SFU Prison Education Program, Federal Penitentiary, Matsqui, B.C.
27 April: “‘Nobody Knows Anything About Him’: Land, Money and the Jews in the Later Trollope.” Stanford University. Sponsored by Department of English, Department of History, Stanford Humanities Center.
27 April: Visiting lecturer on E.M. Forster & Rentier Culture, Graduate Course on Forster, Stanford University.
31 May - 3 June. Taught course on “Hypermedia and Literature,” Toronto-Oxford Summer School of Humanities Computing, University of Toronto.
14 August. Chair and Respondent for Session on “British Culture and Society,” American Historical Association, Pacific Region. Portland, Oregon.
7 April: “‘Nobody Knows Anything About Him’: Land, Money and the Jews in the later Trollope.” Tri-Universities Conference, U.B.C.
“Elements, Links and Structures in Hypermedia.” “Communication Interactive: Instruments de Communication Evolués, Hypertextes, Hypermédias,” Paris, May 15-17, 1990. [Unable to deliver in person]
26 May: “Israel in American Foreign Policy,” Session on “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: the Two State Resolution,” Socialist Studies Conference, Learned Societies, Victoria, B.C.
26 June: “Lawrence and Deep Ecology,” Fourth International D.H. Lawrence Conference, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier, 23-27 June.
25 June: “Women in Love as a Homoerotic Novel,” Chair of Panel and speaker, D.H. Lawrence Conference, Montpellier.
2 October: Interviewed by Don Stanley on D.H. Lawrence’s “The Blind Man,” for Stanley’s television course on Writing and Composition, The Knowledge Network.
27-30 December: MLA Convention, Chicago.
15 June: “Penelope’s Web: A Joyce Docuverse.” North American James Joyce Conference, Vancouver.
27-30 December: MLA Convention, San Francisco. Presided at annual meeting, D.H. Lawrence Society of North America.
27-28 March: “‘A Secret Riches’: Postmodern Feminism in The Rainbow.” Paper given at D.H. Lawrence Conference, Université de Paris, Nanterre.
15 June: “D.H. Lawrence as an Enemy of Joyce.” Session on “Hostile Responses to Joyce. James Joyce Symposium, Trinity College, Dublin.
25-26 June: Participant in conference on “Differentiation and Specialisation in B.C. Advanced Education.” Ministry of Advanced Education, Training, and Technology. Dunsmuir Lodge, Victoria.
27-30 December: MLA Convention, New York. Chaired session on D.H. Lawrence and presided at annual meeting, D.H. Lawrence Society of North America.
20 March: “‘Hardly the Center of the World’: Vancouver in William Gibson’s ‘The Winter Market.’” Montréal/Vancouver Conference, Harbour Centre, SFU.
23 March: Presented report on management reform in advanced education, Ministry of Advanced Education, Victoria.
24-28 June: “‘A Secret Riches’: Universal and Particular Feminism in The Rainbow.” Fifth International D.H. Lawrence Conference, University of Ottawa. Also chaired session.
3 March: “Wired World, Virtual Campus.” Seminar for Department of Communications, SFU.
6 April: “English Literature and the Financial System.” Seminar for Center for the Humanities, Graduate School and University Center, City University of New York.
12 April: “Vancouver as a Postmodern City.” Talk at Green College, UBC.
25 April: Chaired panel discussion on Vancouver: Representing the Postmodern City at book launch and forum, SFU Harbour Centre.
11 May: Visitor to S. Djwa, graduate course on biography, English Dept., SFU - spoke on literary biography.
20 May: Delivered paper (co-author Peter Childers) on “Wired World, Virtual Campus: Universities and the Political Economy of Cyberspace.” 4Cyberconf: the Fourth International Conference on Cyberspace, Centre for the Arts, Banff, Alberta.
22 October: Paper on “Who Paid for Modernism?” New Economic Criticism conference, Case Western Reserve University, 20-23 October 1994.
21 November: Talk for English 810 on computer applications for graduate students.
30 May: CFH Round Table on “PICO v.2 - a Humanist in the Year 2010.” ACCUTE Conference, UQAM, Montréal.
31 May: “New Technologies and Narrative Form: A Seminar.” ACCUTE Conference, UQAM, Montréal.
21 November: “Vancouver and the Postmodern City.” Stephen Hales evening, Leckhampton, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
2 February: “Brandt’s Nudes in Their Time; Or, What Page Are We On?” Lecture series accompanying Rebuilding the Home Front. With Photographs by Bill Brandt. Birmingham Central Library.
15 March: Attended Centenary Conference, “Publishing in the 21st Century,” The Publishers Association, London.
13 July: “‘A Female Need’: Lawrence and Modern Consumption.” Sixth International D.H. Lawrence Conference, University of Nottingham. Also chaired session.
29 October: “Virtual Universities and the Death of Distance.” Center for Distance Education, Simon Fraser University.
30 December: “‘Where Did You Say You Were?’: Virtual Universities and the Death of Distance.” MLA Convention, Washington, D.C. Also organized session on “Literary Studies and the Global Information Infrastructure.”
15 January: “Virtual Universities and the Death of Distance.” Comparative Literature Seminar, Green College, UBC.
11 September: “‘A Sort of Notch in the Donwell Estate’: Intersections of Caste, Class and Gender in Emma.” “Women and Literary History” Conference, The Orlando Project, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
15 July: “Virgin Soil: Lawrence and the American Literary Marketplace.” Seventh International D.H. Lawrence Conference, Taos, NM. Also chaired panel discussion: “The Battle of the Atlantic: English and American Lawrence Criticism.”
25 July: “Stratification and Segmentation in the New Literary Marketplace.” Invitational conference on “Culture and Economics,” Royal Clarence Hotel, Exeter, U.K.
29-30 April: “The University in Pieces: Hypertext and the Institutionalization of Literary Studies.” Lecture and seminar, Colloquium in Comparative Literature, University of Washington, Seattle.
9 September: “A New Biography of Gissing: Facts and Problems.” International George Gissing conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
7 February: “Found or Made? Bill Brandt and the Idea of Photo-documentary.” Lecture, Center for the Humanities, Oregon State University.
24 April: “The Fate of the Humanities in a Corporatized University.” Seminar, with R. Daniels, Center for the Humanities, Oregon State University.
2 March, 11-12 May: Participant, Workshop on Issues in British Columbia Post-Secondary Education, Green College, UBC. Organized by Center for Policy Studies in Higher Education and Training, UBC, with support from the Ministry of Advanced Education and Training.
27 July: “T.S. Eliot’s Personal Finances, 1915-1929.” Conference on Material Modernisms, University of British Columbia.
March 1985: President’s Research Grant for travel and subsistence, to research Catherine Gide papers and British Archives. $1500.
1987: Research Assistant, Hypermedia Programming, Associate Vice-President Academic, $9,500.
1988: Computer equipment, Associate Vice-President Academic, $12,000.
December 1988: SSHRC grant for computer-aided literary research. $4999.
1989: Special Research Grant, SFU, computer-aided literary research. $18,300.
1991-94: SSHRC Research Grant, $ 31,500.
1995-98: SSHRC Research Grant, $ 28,000
1999: SSHRC grant for research on Bill Brandt biography, $4,990
1999: Society of Authors, grant for Bill Brandt biography, $3,600
2000: Hasselblad Foundation, grant for Bill Brandt biography, $15,000
1992: reviewer for appointment to professor of Michael Rosenthal, Columbia University.
1993: reviewer for promotion to professor, Virginia Hyde, Washington State University.
1993: reviewer for promotion to professor, Ellen Tremper, Brooklyn College, CUNY
1993: reviewer for promotion to distinguished professor, Alex Zwerdling, University of California at Berkeley.
1994: consulted on SSHRC research application, Patricia Clements, U. of Alberta
1994: reviewer for renewal of Janet Murray as Senior Research Scientist, MIT.
1994: manuscript review for Brenda Maddox, biography of D.H. Lawrence.
1994: evaluated book manuscript for University Press of Florida.
1995—: Member, Advisory Panel, The Orlando Project (An Integrated History of Women’s Writing in the British Isles, University of Alberta).
1996: refereed submission to PMLA
1996—: refereed submissions to The D.H. Lawrence Review.
1997: refereed application for Killam Fellowship.
1998: refereed submission to College English.
1998: refereed application for SSHRC major collaborative grant.
1998: refereed submission to The Journal of Cultural Economics.
1999: refereed submission to PMLA
1999: refereed submission to Eighteenth-Century Fiction
2000: refereed submission to Eighteenth-Century Fiction
2001: refereed submission to PMLA