Journal Articles

  1. Sgrech Yr Isymwybod Cymreig. O'r Pedwar Gwynt 1(1), 11-13.
  2. “Speaking with the Elgin marbles in his mouth?”: Modernism and translation in Welsh writing in English. Translation Studies 9(2), 183-197.
  3. Beyond invisibility. Uses of comparison in Welsh cultural nationalism. Studies on National Movements 2(1)
  4. Uncle Tom and Ewyrth Robert: Anti-Slavery and Ethnic Reconstruction in Victorian Wales. Slavery and Abolition 33(2), 275-286.
  5. Introduction: Raymond Williams in Japan. Keywords: A Journal of Cultural Materialism 9(1), 40-48.
  6. Assimilation through self-assertion: aspects of African American and Welsh thought in the C19. Comparative American Studies 8(2), 107-125.
  7. Another lost cause? Pan-Celticism, race and language. Irish Studies Review 17(1), 89-101.
  8. ''If We Only Had Some Of What They Have'': Ralph Ellison in Wales'. Comparative American Studies 4(1), 25-48.


  1. Wales Bird: Dylan Thomas and the American Empire / Aderyn Rhiannon: Dylan Thomas ac Ymerodraeth America. Bethesda: Martin Daws.
  2. Wales Unchained: Literature, Politics and Identity in the American Century. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  3. Black Skin, Blue Books: African Americans and Wales, 1845 - 1945. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  4. (Eds.). Canu Caeth: Affro-Americaniaid a'r Cymry. Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer.
  5. (Eds.). Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1975–2005. Bridgend: Seren.
  6. Ethnicity and Cultural Authority from Matthew Arnold to W. E. B. Du Bois.
  7. (Eds.). Raymond Williams. Who Speaks for Wales? Nation, Culture, Identity. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Book Chapters

  1. In Paris or Sofia? Avant-garde poetry and cultural nationalism after devolution. In Devolutionary Readings: English Language Poetry and Contemporary Wales. (pp. 115-156). Oxford: Peter Lang.
  2. Celticism. In Laura Marcus, Michele Mendelssohn, Kristen Shepard-Barr (Ed.), Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature: Late Victorian into Modern 1880 - 1920. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  3. 'Wales Bird: Dylan Thomas and Charlie Parker'. In Hannah Ellis (Ed.), Dylan Thomas: A Centenary Celebration. (pp. 151-164). London: Bloomsbury.
  4. Is the Pan in Pan-Celticism the Pan in Pan-Africanism: Language, Race and Diaspora. In Michael Newton (Ed.), Celts in the Americas. Sydney, NS: University College of Cape Breton Press.
  5. Welsh Modernism. In Peter Brooker, Andrzej Gasiorek, Deborah Longworth, and Andrew Thacker (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Modernisms. Oxford: OUP.
  6. Writing Against the Grain: Raymond Williams’s Border Country (1960) and the Defence of Realism. In Katie Gramich (Ed.), Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English. Cardigan: Parthian.
  7. “American Freaks”: Welsh Poets and the United States. In Daniel Williams (Ed.), Slanderous Tongues. Bridgend: Seren Books.
  8. Tu ol i’r Llen: Agweddau ar Berthynas Paul Robeson a Chymru. In Daniel Williams (Ed.), Canu Caeth: Affro-Americaniaid a'r Cymry. Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer.
  9. Black and White: Writing on Fighting in Wales. In Peter Stead and Gareth Williams (Ed.), Wales and its Boxers. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2017). Assimilation and its Discontents: Wales in British Literature.
  2. (2010). Aneurin Bevan and Paul Robeson: Socialism, Class and Identity. Cardiff: Institute of Welsh Affairs.