Joseph Conrad: Slow Modernism. London: Oxford University Press, 2020.

Tracing the Aesthetic Principle in Conrad’s Novels. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.


Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals:

"Beckett's Path of Least Resistance: Attention, Distraction, DriftEstudios Irlandeses. 14:2 (2019) 38-51.

“Univocity, Exhaustion and Failing Better: Reading Beckett with Disability Studies.” Journal of Beckett Studies 27.2 (2018): 157-174.

“The Spatialization of Moral Judgment: Borders in Conrad’s “Amy Foster,” Heart of Darkness and Under Western Eyes.Conradiana 49.1 (2017): forthcoming.

Who Hobbles after the Subject: Parables of Writing in The Third Policeman and Molloy. Journal of Modern Literature. 40.4 (2017): 105-121.

Metalepsis and the Author Figure in Postmodern Fiction.” Twentieth Century Literature 62.3 (2016): 289-308.

The Interruption of Writing in Molloy: Sunday Visits from Porlock.” Partial Answers 14.2 (2016): 255-273.

Masters of Disinterest: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Conrad’s Victory but Were Afraid to Ask James.” Conradiana 45.3 (2013): 1-19.

The Interruption of Writing: Uncanny Intertextuality in Under Western Eyes.” The Conradian 36.2 (2011): 23-40.

Thinking Outside the Hermeneutic Circle: Mephistophelean Intertextuality in John Banville’s Mefisto.” Partial Answers 7.1 (2009): 45-59.

The Moral Ambiguity of Conrad’s Poetics: Transgressive Secret Sharing in Lord Jim and Under Western Eyes.” Conradiana 39.3 (2007): 211-228.

“Conrad, Freud and Derrida on Pompeii: A Paradigm of Disappearance.” Partial Answers 3.1 (2005) 81-99.

“A Haunting Heroine: The Dictates of an ‘Irrealizable Desire.’ The Conradian 29.1 (2004): 127-38.


Articles in Books:

“Conrad´s Language of Passivity: Unmoving Towards Late Modernism.” Conrad and Language. Eds. Robert Hampson and Katherine Baxter. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016. pp. 64-81.

“Make Love not War: Covert Modernisms in Joseph Conrad’s The Rescue.Each Other´s Yarns: Essays on Narrative and Critical Method for Jeremy Hawthorn.  Oslo: Novus, 2012. pp. 233-248.

“The Interruption of Writing: Uncanny Intertextuality in Under Western Eyes.” Reprinted in a special volume devoted to the Under Western Eyes Centennial. Eds. Allan Simmons and Jeremy Hawthorn. Rodopi Conrad Monograph Series. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011.

“’Water, Water, Everywhere’: Vertiginous Intersubjectivity in Conrad and Melville.” Secrets Sharers: Melville, Conrad and Narratives of the Real. Eds. Paweł Jędrzejko, Milton M. Reigelman and Zuzanna Szatanik. Silesia: University of Silesia Press, 2011, 335-350.


Book Reviews:

Nidesh Lawtoo, Conrad's Shadow: Catastrophe, Mimesis, Theory. The Conradian 43.1 (2018).

Kaoru Yamamoto, Rethinking Joseph Conrad’s Concepts of Community. English: Journal of the English Association 67.256 (2018): 76-78.

Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 18.2 (2017).

Leland De La Durantaye. Beckett’s Art of Mismaking. Studies in the Novel 49.2 (2017): 284-286.

Audrey Wasser, The Work of Difference: Modernism, Romanticism, and the Production of Literary Form. Studies in the Novel 49.2 (2017): 294-295.

Maurice Ebileeni, Conrad, Faulkner and the Problem of Nonsense. Partial Answers 15.2 (2017): 392-397.

William Freedman, Joseph Conrad and the Anxiety of Knowledge. Conradiana. 46.1-2 (2014): 141-144.

Nidesh Lawtoo, ed., Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Contemporary Thought: Revisiting the Horror with Lacoue-Labarthe. Studies in the Novel 46.3 (2014) 385-86.

David Fishelov, Dialogue with/and Great Books: The Dynamics of Canon Formation. Partial Answers. 11.1 (2013): 178-81.

Judith Ryan, The Novel After Theory. Modern Language Review. 108:1 (2013): 281-282.

Joseph Conrad: Voice, Sequence, History, Genre. ed. Jakob Lothe, Jeremy Hawthorn, and James Phelan; and Sexuality and the Erotic in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad by Jeremy Hawthorn. Partial Answers 7.2 (2009): 356-59.



“Language, Light and Aesethetics: Chartering the Uncanny Spaces of Conrad’s Life and Works.” Joseph Conrad Today. Spring, 2010.

“Remembering Conrad.” Haartez Literary Supplement 30.11.2007.

Govrin Michal. “In Search of the Story: A Friendship between Critic and Writer.” Trans. Yael Levin. Partial Answers 4.2 (2006): 257-79.

“When Worlds Collide.” The Jerusalem Report 15:21 (2005):