CREW Research Associates’ and Postgraduates’
Jasmine Donahaye, The Wales-Israel Tradition (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, forthcoming).
Self-portrait as Ruth (Cambridge: Salt, 2009). Longlisted for Wales Book of the Year.
Misappropriations (Cardigan: Parthian, 2006). Short-listed for the Jerwood Aldeburgh First Collection Prize 2006.
The ‘I’ imperative: self-disclosure, voyeurism and authority. Creative/Critical Crossovers. Ed. Richard Marggraf Turley and Elaine Treharne (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, forthcoming 2010).
Double inspiration or double constraint? Welsh Jewish women’s writing. British Jewish Women Writers: 1880-1980. Ed. Nadia Valman (Detroit, Michigan: Wayne State University Press, forthcoming).
Political identification or cultural co-option – a need to tread carefully? Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1970-2005. Ed. Daniel G. Williams (Bridgend: Seren, 2010).
‘By whom shall she arise? For she is small’: the Wales-Israel tradition in the Edwardian period. The Jew in Late-Victorian and Edwardian Culture: Between the East End and East Africa. Eds. Nadia Valman and Eitan Bar Yosef (London: Palgrave, 2009).
'The Library of Wales series', New Welsh Review 77 (2007): 49-55
‘The link of common aspirations’: Wales in the work of Lily Tobias. In the Open: Jewish Women Writers and British Culture. Ed. Claire Tylee (Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press, 2006).
‘Gartref – bron’: adversity and refuge in the Jewish literature of Wales. Beyond the Difference: Welsh Literature in Comparative Contexts. Eds. Daniel Williams and Alyce von Rothkirch (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004).
Selected recent fiction and narrative non-fiction:
'The pain of remembering'. Planet 197 (2010): 65-76.
'Migrations'. New Welsh Review (2009): 17-26.
'Growing up'. New Welsh Review 78 (2007): 48-55.
'How are the mighty fallen'. Planet 183 (2007): 41-49.
'Choosing a narrative'. Planet 180 (2006): 27-34.
Lectures and conference papers
‘Post-Zionism and Wales.’ Association of Welsh Writing in English Conference. University of Wales, Gregynog (March 2009).
‘Another Orientalism: Jewry in the Welsh imagination.’ Association of Welsh Writing in English Conference. University of Wales, Gregynog (April 2006).
‘Inventing a tradition: Welsh Jewish literature.’ Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea (May 2005).
‘Semitic discourse in Wales.’ Writing Race and Ethnicity: Minority Perspectives on Welsh National Identity. Swansea Institute (February 2005).
‘Josef Herman, Fred Uhlman and Mervyn Levy: Jewish artist-writers.’ Association of Welsh Writing in English Conference. University of Wales, Gregynog (March 2004).
‘Whose people? Welsh and Jewish interactions.’ Between the East End and East Africa Colloquium. Parkes Centre, University of Southampton (July 2003).
‘Zionism and pacifism in Wales.’ 25th Annual Celtic Studies Conference. University of California at Berkeley (April 2003).
‘Love, death and politics in the work of Lily Tobias.’ British Jewish Women Writers and Twentieth Century British Culture Conference. Brunel University (July 2002).
‘The Tredegar riots – their use and abuse.’ North American Conference on Welsh
Studies. Syracuse University (June 2002).
CREW POSTGRADUATES' PUBLICATIONS:
Linda Adams, “Fieldwork: the Caseg Broadsheets and the Welsh anthropologist”, Welsh Writing in English 5(1999), 51-85.
Ben Astley, “Iago Prydderch and the rejection of Western metaphysics”, Welsh Writing in English 5 (1998), 101-114
“’Somewhere between faith and doubt’: R.S. Thomas and the poetry of faith deconstructed”, Welsh Writing in English 4 (1998), 72-91\
Emma Davies, “‘He was a queer lad for his age…’: the crisis of masculinity in Lewis Jones’s Cwmardy”, Welsh Writing in English 8 (2003), 29-45.
Vic Golightly, “Speak on a finger and thumb’: Dylan Thomas, Language and the Deaf’, Welsh Writing in English 10 (2005), 73-97.
“Writing with dreams and blood,” Dylan Thomas, Marxism and 1930s Swansea”, Welsh Writing in English 8 (2003), 67-91.
“We, who speak for the workers”: the correspondence of Gwyn Thomas and Howard Fast”, Welsh Writing in English 6 (2000), 67-88.
Diane Green, “Gillian Clarke: selected bibliography”, in Menna Elfyn, ed., Trying the Line: a volume of tribute to Gillian Clarke” (Llandysul: Gomer, 1997), 96-109.
“From pig-sty to Benin head: Modernism and Post-colonialism in Emyr Humphreys’s work”, Welsh Writing in English 7 (2001-2002), 35-49.
“Gillian Clarke: Love Poet/ Historian”. The Swansea Review 16, 1996. 87-92.
“Revisionist myth-making and lesbian feminist story-telling in Jeanette Winterson’s Sexing the Cherry”. Swansea Review 22, 2003. 90-109.
‘A man’s best friend is his dog’: treatments of the dog in Jane Eyre, Kate Grenville’s The Idea of Perfection, J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace and Jeanette Winterson’s ‘The 24 hour dog’ “. English: The Journal of the English Association, Vol. 52 No. 203, Summer 2003. 139-161.
“The Blodeuwedd myth and the dysfunctional family unit in Emyr Humphreys’s novels”. Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses (RAEI) 16, 2003.
“Welsh writing in English: a bibliography of criticism 2002 and 2003”, Welsh Writing in English 9 (2004), 200-222.
“Welsh writing in English: a bibliography of criticism 2004”, Welsh Writing in English 10 (2005), 190-198.
“Welsh writing in English: a bibliography of criticism 2005”, Welsh Writing in English 11 (2006-07), 210-223.
Claire Powell, “The Art of Noise: Peter Finch sounds off”, Welsh Writing in English 2 (1996), 138-161.
“Welsh writing in English: a bibliography of criticism 2000 and 2001”, Welsh Writing in English 8 (2003) 182-199.
Barbara Prys-Williams, “R. S. Thomas’s The Echoes Return Slow as autobiography”, Welsh Writing in English 2 (1996), 96-125.
“Rhys Davies as Autobiographer: Hare or Houdini?”, Welsh Writing in English 4 (1998), 22-53.
”Caradoc Evans: ‘Fury Never Left Him’”, New Welsh Review 31 (Winter1995-6), 60-2.
”B. L. Coombes: ‘A Miner “On Message”’ New Welsh Review 48, (Spring 2000), 14-16.
”’A Difficult Man, your Coombes”’ New Welsh Review 49 (Summer 2000) 55-60.
”Leo Abse: ‘Penile Servitude?’” New Welsh Review 50, (Autumn 2000), 8-10.
”R. S. Thomas: ‘Existential loneliness and luminous resolution’”, New Welsh Review 51 (Winter 2000-1), 15-16.
”Stevie Davies: ‘A Class of her Own’”, New Welsh Review 53 (Summer 2001), 8-12.
“Web of Connections: Denise Levertov’s Construction of Origins”, Beyond the Difference eds. Daniel Williams and Alyce von Rothkirch (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004)
Twentieth Century Autobiography (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004)
Rhian Reynolds, “Poetry for the air: The Minister, Swn y Gwynt sy’n Chwythu and The Dream of Jake Hopkins, Welsh Writing in English 7 (2001-2002), 78-105.
ed., Bibliography of Welsh Literature in English Translation (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2005)
ed. with Ray Keenoy and Sioned Puw Rowlands The Babel Guide to Welsh Fiction (Oxford: Boulevard Books, 2008)
Harri Roberts, “A Tower of Babel: Heteroglossia, the Grotesque and the (De)construction of Meaning in Glyn Jones’s The Valley, The City, The Village and Niall Griffiths’s Grits’, Welsh Writing in English 7 (2001-2002), 106-129.
“Embodying Identity: Class, Nation and Corporeality in the 1847 Blue Books”, The North American Journal of Welsh Studies Vol. 3 / 1-2 (Winter-Summer 2003) 1-22.
“The Body and the Book: Caradoc Evans’s My People”, Welsh Writing in English 11 (2006-07), 32-50,
Alyce von Rothkirch,
"Devolution: A Project for a New Welsh National and Cultural Identity". (Re)Mapping the Centres: Membership and State. Ed. Trevor Harris. GRAAT Nr. 22. Publications de l'Université François-Rabelais: Tours, 2000. 205-211.
"Growing Up Between Two Cultures? The Next Generation". Reading Multiculturalism: Contemporary Postcolonial Literatures. Eds. Ana Bringas López and Belén Martín Lucas. Vigo: Tórculo Edicións, Nov 2000
with Annette Pankratz and Kathleen Starck. "Learning How to Teach – Teaching How to Learn." (2002)
"The Last Stand of the Gwerin: Welsh National Ideology and Welsh Drama in English in the Beginning of the Twentieth Century". Latitude 63° North: Proceedings of the 8th International Region and Nation Literature Conference. Mid-Sweden University College Östersund, Sweden, 2-6 August 2000. Ed. David Bell. Östersund: Mid-Sweden University College, 2002.163-174.
"A Welsh National Theatre? Welsh Drama in English before the Second World War". Crossing Borders: Intercultural Drama and Theatre at the Turn of the Millennium. CDE Conference Proceedings. Eds. Bernhard Reitz and Alyce von Rothkirch. Wvt – Wissenschaftlicher Verlag: Trier, 2001. 141-150.
(with Bernhard Reitz) eds., Crossing Borders, Intercultural Drama and Theatre at the Turn of the Millennium (wvt-Wissenschaftlicher-Verlag: Trier, 2001).
“Eddie Ladd and modern performance”, Planet 161 (October/ November 2003), 71-77. with Annette Pankratz, Kathleen Starck and Merle Tönnies.
"Making Play-Texts Live: Teaching Drama as Experience." Global Challenges and Regional Responses in Contemporary Drama in English. CDE Conference Proceedings. Eds. Jochen Achilles, Ina Bergmann and Birgit Däwes. Wvt – Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier: Trier, 2003. 247-264.
Ed. with Daniel Williams. Beyond the Difference: Welsh Literature in Comparative Contexts. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004.
and Daniel Williams. “Introduction”. Beyond the Difference: Welsh Literature in Comparative Contexts. Eds. Alyce von Rothkirch and Daniel Williams. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004. 1-3.
“‘There’s a change come over the valley’: The Crisis of Masculinism in Early Twentieth-Century Welsh Drama in English”. Beyond the Difference: Welsh Literature in Comparative Contexts. Eds. Alyce von Rothkirch and Daniel Williams. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004. 71-83.
“‘Art can save culture’: Welsh stagings of Place in Selected works by Eddie Ladd and Ed Thomas”. Mapping Uncertain Territories: Space and Place in Contemporary Theatre and Drama. Proceedings of the 14th annual CDE conference, 2-5 June 2005, Bremen. Eds. Thomas Rommel and Mark Schreiber. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2006.
Entries for ‘Dic Edwards’, ‘Alan Osborne’, ‘Ian Rowlands’, ‘Dylan Thomas’, ‘Ed Thomas’, ‘House of America (by Ed Thomas)’, ‘Gwyn Thomas’, ‘The Keep (by Gwyn Thomas)’, ‘Emlyn Williams’. Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. General editors Gabrielle Cody and Evert Springchorn. New York: Columbia University Press, 2007.
The Place of Wales: Staging Place in Contemporary Welsh Drama in English. Trier: WVT, 2007.
“I want to know what iss – behind all of them books…”: Images of education in early 20th century Welsh fiction in English. [forthcoming: Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays]
Chris Wigginton, “Welshing on the language: R. S. Thomas, Oliver Reynolds and Postmodern Wales”, Welsh Writing in English 4 (1998), 116-130.
Dylan Thomas (Writers and their Work) (London: British Council/Northecote House Educational Publishers, 2004)
Modernism from the Margins: Dylan Thomas and Louis MacNeice (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006)