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Durham University

Department of English Studies

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Dr John Nash - all publications

Authored book

Chapter in book

  • Nash, John. (2019). "There being more languages to start with than were absolutely necessary": James Joyce's Ulysses and English as a World Language. In Modernism and Non-Translation. Nash, John. & Harding, Jason (eds.). Oxford University Press. 171-191.
  • Nash, John. & Harding, Jason (2019). An Introduction to Modernist Non-Translation. In Modernism and Non-Translation. Nash, John. & Harding, Jason (eds.). Oxford University Press. 1-19.
  • Nash, John. (2013). Introduction: Joyce in the Nineteenth Century. In James Joyce in the Nineteenth Century. Nash, John. (ed.). Cambridge University Press.
  • Nash, John. (2013). Liberalism and Domesticity in Ulysses. In James Joyce in the Nineteenth Century. Nash, John. (ed.). Cambridge University Press.
  • Nash, John. (2010). Thomas McGreevy and 'The Catholic Element' in Joyce. In Joyce's Disciples Disciplined: A Re-exagmination of the "Exagmination of Work in Progress". Conley, Tim (ed.) UCD Press. 71-79; 160-161.
  • Nash, John. (2009). Genre, Place and Value: Joyce's Reception, 1904-1941. In James Joyce in Context. McCourt, John (ed.). Cambridge University Press. 41-51.
  • Nash, John. (2008). "In the Heart of the Hibernian Metropolis"? Joyce's Reception in Ireland, 1900-1940. In A Companion to James Joyce. Brown, Richard (ed.) Blackwell. 108-122.
  • Nash, John. (2006). 'Irish Audiences and English Readers: The Cultural Politics of Shane Leslie's Ulysses Reviews.'. In Joyce, Ireland, Britain. Gibson, Andrew. & Platt, Len (eds.) Gainesville, Fl.: University Press of Florida. 139-152.
  • Nash, John. (2005). 'Reading Joyce in English'. In Joyce on the Threshold. Fogarty, Anne & Martin, Timothy (eds.). Gainesville, Fl.: University Press of Florida. 110-131.
  • Nash, John. (2002). ''A Constant Labour': Work in Progress and the Specialization of Reading'. In Joyce's Audiences. Nash, John. (ed.). Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi. 127-41.
  • Nash, John. (2002). Introduction. In Joyce's Audiences. Nash, John. (ed.). Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi. 3-9.
  • Nash, John. (2000). 'Newspapers and Imperialism in Ulysses'. In Modernism and Empire. Booth, Howard & Rigby, Nigel (eds.). Manchester: Manchester University Press. 175-97.
  • Nash, John. (2000). 'That Comes at Night: The Information'. In The Fiction of Martin Amis: a reader's guide to essential criticism. Tredell, Nicholas (ed.) Cambridge: Icon Books. 163-72.
  • Nash, John. (1998). 'Counterparts Before the Law: Mimicry and Exclusion'. In Re: Joyce: Text, Culture, Politics. Brannigan, John, Ward, Geoff & Wolfreys, Julian (eds.). London: MacMillan. 3-17.

Edited book

Journal Article

Other (Print)

  • Nash, John. (2004). 'James Joyce'. The Year's Work in English Studies 83: 744-51.
  • Nash, John. (2003). 'James Joyce'. The Year's Work in English Studies 82: 667-74.
  • Nash, John. (2002). 'James Joyce'. The Year's Work in English Studies 81: 808-14.

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