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Durham University

Department of English Studies


Academic Staff

Professor James Smith - all publications

Authored book

Chapter in book

  • Smith, James (2019). 'Introduction'. In The Cambridge Companion to British Literature of the 1930s. Smith, James Cambridge University Press.
  • Smith, James (2019). 'On Killer Bees and GCHQ: “Hated in the Nation”'. In Through the Black Mirror: Deconstructing the Side Effects of the Digital Age. McSweeney, Terence & Joy, Stuart Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Smith, James (2018). 'Covert Legacies in Postwar British Fiction'. In British Literature in Transition, 1940-1960. Plain, Gill Cambridge University Press. 337-352.
  • Smith, James (2018). 'MI5 Surveillance of British Cold War Theatre'. In Theatre, Globalization and the Cold War. Balme, Christopher B. & Szymanski-Dull, Berenika. Palgrave. 133-150.
  • Smith, James (2013). 'Soviet Films and British intelligence in the 1930s: The Case of Kino Films and MI5'. In Russia in Britain, 1880-1940: From Melodrama to Modernism. Beasley, Rebecca & Bullock, Phillip. Oxford University Press. 241-257.
  • Smith, James (2010). ‘The British “Information Research Department” and Cold War Propaganda Publishing’. In Pressing the Fight: Print, Propaganda, and the Cold War. Barnhisel, Gregory & Turner, Catherine (eds), University of Massachusetts Press. 112-125.

Edited book

  • Smith, James (2019). The Cambridge Companion to British Literature of the 1930s. Cambridge University Press.
  • Fotheringham, Richard & Smith, James (2013). Catching Australian Theatre in the 2000s. Australian Playwrights. Rodopi.

Journal Article

Other (Digital/Visual Media)

  • (2017). Terry Eagleton.

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