Professor Peter D McDonald: List of publications

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Engaging Undergraduates in Research

Interventions Journal Special Issue on J. M. Coetzee’s Disgrace

Invited Guest Lecture

Invited paper

Literature and Material Text

Literature and the Social Sciences: An Awkward Alliance?

Literature and the Social Sciences: An Awkward Alliance?

Literature and the Social Sciences: An Awkward Alliance?

Openspires

Plenary Lecture

Policing Expression

Policing Literature in Apartheid South Africa

Quelle littérature ? Quelle démocratie ? Quel espace public ?

Reading in the ’World’ Today

Samuel Beckett and John Calder

The Book in South Africa

The Institution of Literature

The Literature Police

Translating Europe

Artefacts of Writing Ideas of the State and Communities of Letters from Matthew Arnold to Xu Bing

'What about criticism?': Blanchot’s Giant-Windmill

On strong opinions: celebrity authors and the contemporary agora

Semper Aliquid Novi: Reclaiming the future of book history from an African perspective

Arvind Krishna Mehrotra and the Interplay of Languages

Libellous Literature: Elton John and the Perils of Close Reading

'That Monstrous Thing': The Critic as Censor in Apartheid South Africa

Instituting (World) Literature

The Present is Another Country: A Comment on the 2010 Media Freedom Debate

Calder’s Beckett

The Book in South Africa

Thinking Interculturally: Amartya Sen's Lovers Revisited

Nelm

Government Censorchip Vs. Monoplistic Control: The Deformations of African Literary Publishing in the Apartheid Era

The Ethics of Reading and the Question of the Novel: The Challenge of JM Coetzee’s Diary of a Bad Year

The Ethics of Reading and the Question of the Novel: The Challenge of JM Coetzee’s Diary of a Bad Year

The Literature Police: Apartheid Censorship and its Cultural Consequences

Modernist Publishing: “Nomads and Mapmakers"

Guardians of the Emergent Volk Avant Garde: N.P van Wyk Louw, the Apartheid Censors, and the Sestigers, 1963-68

Old Phrases and Great Obscenities: The Strange Afterlife of Two Victorian Anxieties

Ideas of the Book and Histories of Literature: After Theory?

The Writer, the Censor, and the Critic: J. M. Coetzee and the Question of Literature

Book History and Discipline Envy

THE POLITICS OF OBSCENITY: LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER AND THE APARTHEID STATE

Disgrace Effects

British Literary Culture and Publishing Practice, 1880-1914

Interventions Journal Special Edition

Making Meaning "Printers of the Mind" and Other Essays

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