Paul David Giles


Job titleProfessor (English Literature)
Research instituteInstitute for Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

“By Degrees” : Jane Austen’s chronometric style of world literature
Giles, Paul. (2020). “By Degrees” : Jane Austen’s chronometric style of world literature. Nineteenth-Century Literature. 75(3), pp. 265-293. https://doi.org/10.1525/ncl.2020.75.3.265

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Transpacific American studies and global indigeneity
Giles, Paul. (2018). Transpacific American studies and global indigeneity. Journal of American Studies. 52(3), pp. 635-641. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021875818000919

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World literature and international American studies : Convergence, divergence, and contest
Giles, Paul. (2017). World literature and international American studies : Convergence, divergence, and contest. Review of International American Studies. 10(1), pp. 19-28.

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American literature and its shadow worlds : Henry James, Robert Louis Stevenson, and specters of worldliness
Giles, Paul. (2017). American literature and its shadow worlds : Henry James, Robert Louis Stevenson, and specters of worldliness. In In Di Leo, Jeffrey R. (Ed.). American literature as world literature pp. 29-47 Bloomsbury Academic. https://doi.org/10.5040/9781501332296.ch-001

Book chapter

The archipelagic accretion
Giles, Paul. (2017). The archipelagic accretion. In Archipelagic American Studies : Decontinentalizing the study of American culture pp. 425-435 Duke University Press. https://doi.org/10.1215/9780822373209-021

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Ulysses : Burlesque modernism and antipodean parallax
Giles, Paul. (2016). Ulysses : Burlesque modernism and antipodean parallax. Affirmations : Of the modern. 4(1), pp. 15-39.

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Compressions of scale : World literature in miniature
Giles, Paul. (2016). Compressions of scale : World literature in miniature. American Literary History. 28(3), pp. 654-661. https://doi.org/10.1093/alh/ajw034

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Obama, Tarantino, and transnational trauma
Giles, Paul. (2016). Obama, Tarantino, and transnational trauma. In Obama and transnational American studies pp. 245-262 Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH.

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Bernard Smith in space and time : ‘The Antipodean Manifesto’ fifty years later
Giles, Paul. (2016). Bernard Smith in space and time : ‘The Antipodean Manifesto’ fifty years later. In In Anderson, Jaynie, Marshall, Christopher R. and Yip, Andrew (Ed.). The legacies of Bernard Smith : Essays on Australian art, history and cultural politics pp. 120-127 Power Publications.

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Transnational Thoreau : Time, space, and relativity
Giles, Paul. (2016). Transnational Thoreau : Time, space, and relativity. In In Case, Kristen and van Anglen, K. P. (Ed.). Thoreau at two hundred : Essays and reassessments pp. 138-153 Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316146002.011

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U.S. slave revolutions in Atlantic world literature
Giles, Paul. (2016). U.S. slave revolutions in Atlantic world literature. In In Tawil, Ezra (Ed.). The Cambridge companion to slavery in American literature pp. 186-203 Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CCO9781107270046.012

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Antipodean modernism : The retrodynamic arts of time management
Giles, Paul. (2016). Antipodean modernism : The retrodynamic arts of time management. In In Morgan, Peter (Ed.). Text, translation, transnationalism : World literature in 21st century Australia pp. 115-136 Australian Scholarly Publishing.

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Introduction : The New Atlantic literary Studies
Giles, Paul. (2016). Introduction : The New Atlantic literary Studies. In In Eckel, Leslie Elizabeth and Elliot, Clare Frances (Ed.). The Edinburgh companion to Atlantic literary studies pp. 1-14 Edinburgh University Press.

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