Dr Kirsti Bohata
Books, Edited Collections, Essays, Articles, Selected Lectures and Conference Papers
2004 (reprinted 2009) Postcolonialism Revisited: Writing Wales in English (Cardiff: University of Wales Press).
2009 '"Unhomely moments": Reading and Writing Nation in Welsh Female Gothic' in The Female Gothic: New Directions ed. Andrew Smith & Diana Wallace (Palgrave, forthcoming 2009)
2008 Stranger Within the Gates: Selected Stories, Bertha Thomas, (ed. & intro.) Kirsti Bohata (Dinas Powys: Honno)
Postcolonialism Revisited: Writing Wales in English (Cardiff: University of Wales Press). 101: 3 (July 2006)2004 (reprinted 2009)
2009 '"Unhomely moments": Reading and Writing Nation in Welsh Female Gothic' , in The Female Gothic, eds. Andrew Smith and Diana Wallace (Palgrave).
2005 ‘Excessive Appetites: Cannibalism and Lesbianism’ in Spoiling the Cannibal’s Fun?: Cannibalism and Cannibalisation in Culture and Elsewhere [Literary and Cultural Theory Series, Vol. 20] ed. by Wojciech H Kalaga & Tadeusz Rachwal (Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien: Peter Lang Publishing), 81-91.
2004 ‘Bertha Thomas: The New Woman and Anglo-Welsh Hybridity’, in New Woman Hybridities: Femininity, Feminism and International Consumer Culture, 1880-1930, ed. by Ann Heilmann (London: Routledge), 17-34. 15: 2 (Autumn 2006)]
2004 ‘En-gendering a New Wales: Female Allegories, Home Rule and Imperialism 1890-1910’, Beyond the Difference: Welsh Literature in Comparative Contexts, eds. Daniel Williams & Alyce von Rothkirch (Cardiff: University of Wales Press), 57-70.
2003 ‘Apes and Cannibals: Literary Representations of the Racial Other’, in A Tolerant Nation? - Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Wales, ed. by Charlotte Williams, Neil Evans and Paul O’Leary (Cardiff: University of Wales Press), 61-76.
2001 ‘The Black Venus: Atavistic Sexualities’, in Rhys Davies: Decoding the Hare, ed. by Meic Stephens (Cardiff: University of Wales Press), 231-243.
2001 ‘Beyond Authenticity: Hybridity and Assimilation in Welsh Writing in English’, in Nations and Relations: Writing Across the British Isles, ed. by Tony Brown & Russell Stephens (Cardiff: New Welsh Review), 89-121.
2003 Co-authored with Roger Robinson, ‘Vogel in Wales: Anno Domini 2000, “Lady Gwen” and the Federated Empire’, in The Journal of New Zealand Literature, No. 21, special edition on ‘NZ in the UK’, guest edited by Stuart Murray, 140-146.
2002 ‘“For Wales See England”? Suffrage and the New Woman in Wales’, Words as Deeds: Literary and Historical Perspectives on Women’s Suffrage, a special issue of Women’s History Review, Vol 11, No. 4, guest ed. by Ann Heilmann, 643-656.
2000 'Apes and Cannibals in Cambria: Images of the Racial and Gendered Other in Welsh Gothic Writing’, in Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays Vol. 6, 119-143.
2008 Review Article: Nineteenth Century Women’s Writing in Wales by Jane Aaron, for Welsh History Review
2005 ‘Psycho-colonialism Revisited’, New Welsh Review, Issue 69, Autumn, 31-39.
2003 Lead author and researcher, with Sonia Reynolds, Engaging Communities in Learning (Cardiff: Education and Learning for Wales, ELWa).
2001 ‘A Place without Boundaries: The Fiction of Christopher Meredith’, Planet: The Welsh Internationalist, no. 145, 77-82.
2005 ‘Writing and Publishing your first Book’ at the ‘Disseminating Your Research’ AHRB/C funded Gregynog Postgraduate Conference
2004 ‘Colonial and Postcolonial Wales’ , part of The Ferguson Centre for African Studies and The Empire and Commonwealth Museum Open Door Seminar series, ‘Conquests, Commodities and Cultures’, at the Empire and Commonwealth Museum, Bristol
2004 ‘Postcolonialism Revisited’, Public Lecture at the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea
2002 ‘En-gendering a New Wales: Welsh women’s writing in English’, at ‘Wales: The Re-Imagined Nation’, Annual Conference of the Association for Welsh Writing in English conference, Gregynog, Newtown
2008 'Tethered Women in Cow Halters: George Moore's The Untilled Field and Caradoc Evans's My People', George Moore and His Contemporaries, University of Hull
2008 'Off with that dress": Costume, Class and Disguise in the fiction of Amy Dillwyn", NAASWCH, University of Toronto, Canada
2004 Hilda Vaughan and the Great (land) War, at ‘Wales and War’, Association for Welsh Writing in English Conference, Gregynog, Newtown.
2001 ‘Woman as Wales: Performing Nation and Empire’, at ‘Victorian Performances: The Second Annual Conference of the British Association for Victorian Studies’, Lancaster.
2001 ‘Conflicting Loyalties? Feminism and Nationalism during the Cymru Fydd movement in Wales (1888-1905)’, as a member of a panel on ‘Print Culture on the Periphery’, chaired by David Finkelstein (Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh), at the annual conference of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publication, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.
2001 ‘Conflicting Loyalties?: Feminism and Nationalism in Wales’, at ‘The 1890s: An Interdisciplinary Conference’, Newcastle.
2000 ‘The New Woman in Wales’, at ‘The New Woman in the National and International Periodical Press: 1880 to the 1920s’, Manchester.
2000 ‘Apes and Cannibals in Cambria: Images of the Racial and Gendered Other in Gothic Writing in Wales’, at ‘Wales and the Welsh 2000’, Aberystwyth.