Journal Articles

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


  1. Williams, D. Wales Bird: Dylan Thomas and the American Empire / Aderyn Rhiannon: Dylan Thomas ac Ymerodraeth America Martin Daws.
  2. Williams, D. Wales Unchained: Literature, Politics and Identity in the American Century University of Wales Press.
  3. Williams, D. Black Skin, Blue Books: African Americans and Wales, 1845 - 1945 University of Wales Press.
  4. Williams, D. Gwasg Gomer
  5. Williams, D. Seren
  6. Williams, D. Ethnicity and Cultural Authority from Matthew Arnold to W. E. B. Du Bois
  7. Williams, D. University of Wales Press

Book Chapters

  1. Williams, D. In Paris or Sofia? Avant-garde poetry and cultural nationalism after devolution. Devolutionary Readings: English Language Poetry and Contemporary Wales (pp. 115-156). Peter Lang
  2. Williams, D. Celticism. Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature: Late Victorian into Modern 1880 - 1920Oxford University Press
  3. Williams, D. 'Wales Bird: Dylan Thomas and Charlie Parker'. Dylan Thomas: A Centenary Celebration (pp. 151-164). Bloomsbury
  4. Williams, D. Is the Pan in Pan-Celticism the Pan in Pan-Africanism: Language, Race and Diaspora. Celts in the AmericasUniversity College of Cape Breton Press
  5. Williams, D. Welsh Modernism. The Oxford Handbook of ModernismsOUP
  6. Williams, D. Writing Against the Grain: Raymond Williams’s Border Country (1960) and the Defence of Realism. Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in EnglishParthian
  7. Williams, D. “American Freaks”: Welsh Poets and the United States. Slanderous TonguesSeren Books
  8. Williams, D. Tu ol i’r Llen: Agweddau ar Berthynas Paul Robeson a Chymru. Canu Caeth: Affro-Americaniaid a'r CymryGwasg Gomer
  9. Williams, D. Black and White: Writing on Fighting in Wales. Wales and its BoxersUniversity of Wales Press

Other Research Outputs

  1. Williams, D. Institute of Welsh Affairs