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Publications:  Prof Andrew van Der Vlies

Van Der Vlies A(2020). Publics and Personas. The Cambridge Companion to J.M. Coetzee,
VAN DER VLIES AE(2019). Queer Returns in Postapartheid Short Fiction: S. J. Naudé’s The Alphabet of Birds. South African Writing in Transition, Bloomsbury Academic
VAN DER VLIES AE(2018). Intertextualities, Interdiscourses, and Intersectionalities: An Interview with Zoë Wicomb. Race, Nation, Translation South African Essays, 1990-2013, Yale University Press
VAN DER VLIES AE(2018). “Zoë Wicomb’s South African Essays: Intertextual Ethics, Translative Possibilities, and the Claims of Discursive Variety.”. Race, Nation, Translation South African Essays, 1990-2013, Yale University Press
VAN DER VLIES AE, WILLÉN J(2018). Reading for Hope: A conversation about texts and method. Safundi vol. 19, (3)
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/43023
van der Vlies AE(2017). Present Imperfect: Contemporary South African Writing. Oxford University Press
VAN DER VLIES AE(2016). The Novel and Apartheid. The Novel in Africa and the Caribbean Since 1950, vol. 11, Oxford University Press
VAN DER VLIES AE(2015). “‘MêME DYING STOP CONFIRM ARRIVAL STOP’: Provincial Literatures in Global Time: The Case of Marlene van Niekerk’s Agaat”. Institutions of World Literature: Writing, Translation, Markets, Editors: Vermeulen, P, Helgesson, S, Routledge (London & New York),
VAN DER VLIES AE(2014). ‘“[From] whom this writing then?”: Politics, Aesthetics and the Personal in Coetzee’s Age of Iron'. Approaches to Teaching Coetzee’s Disgrace and Other Works, Editors: WRIGHT, L, POYNER, J, BOEHMER, E, MLA
VAN DER VLIES AE(2013). “Art as Archive: Queer Activism and Contemporary South African Visual Cultures.”. Kunapipi: journal of postcolonial writing vol. 34, (1) 94-116.
VAN DER VLIES AE(2013). "'I'm only grateful that it's not a Cape Town book', or: Zoë Wicomb, textuality, propriety, and the proprietary". Journal of Commonwealth Literature vol. 48, (1) Article 470949, 9-25.
10.1177/0021989412470949
VAN DER VLIES AE(2013). “The People, the Multitude, and the Costs of Privacy in South Africa’s Postcolony”. Cultural Studies vol. 27, (3) 496-518.
10.1080/09502386.2013.769155
Van der Vlies AE(2012). Print, Text and Book Cultures in South Africa. Editors: VAN DER VLIES, AE, Wits University Press (Johannesburg, South Africa),
VAN DER VLIES AE(2012). "_In_ (or _From_) _the Heart of the Country_: Local and Global Lives of Coetzee's Anti-pastoral". Wits University Press (Johannesburg),
VAN DER VLIES AE(2012). Print, Text and Books in South Africa. Print, Text and Book Cultures in South Africa, Wits University Press (Johannesburg),
van der Vlies A(2012). South African Literature beyond the Cold War. Modern Language Quarterly vol. 73, (2) 248-251.
10.1215/00267929-1589212
VAN DER VLIES AE(2012). Queer Knowledge and the Politics of the Gaze in Contemporary South African Photography: Zanele Muholi and others. Journal of African Cultural Studies vol. 24.2 (December 2012), 140-156.
10.1080/13696815.2012.697647
VAN DER VLIES AE(2012). South Africa in the Global Imaginary. The Cambridge History of South African Literature, Editors: Attridge, D, Attwell, D, Cambridge University Press
VAN DER VLIES AE(2011). Zoë Wicomb’s Queer Cosmopolitanisms. Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies vol. 12.3&4, 425-444.
10.1080/17533171.2011.586838
VAN DER VLIES A, Easton TKN(2011). ‘Zoë Wicomb, the Cape & the Cosmopolitan: An introduction’. Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies vol. 12.3&4, 249-259.
10.1080/17533171.2011.586827
van der Vlies A(2011). The Art and Politics of Alex La Guma. Journal of Southern African Studies vol. 37, (2) 392-394.
10.1080/03057070.2011.579446
VAN DER VLIES A(2011). 'An Interview with Mark Behr’. Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies vol. 12.1, 1-26.
10.1080/17533171.2011.533910
VAN DER VLIES A(2011). Southern Africa. The Encyclopedia of the Novel, Editors: Logan, PM, George, O, Hegeman, S, Kristal, E et al., vol. 2 (of 2 vols), Wiley-Blackwell
VAN DER VLIES AE(2011). ‘July’s People in Context: Apartheid’s Dystopias Abroad’. Nadine Gordimer's "July's People": A Routledge Study Guide (Routledge Guides to Literature), Routledge
VAN DER VLIES AE(2010). Writing the Now. Art South Africa vol. 9, (1) 30-32.
VAN DER VLIES A(2010). ‘The Archive, the Spectral, and Narrative Responsibility in Zoë Wicomb’s Playing in the Light’. Journal of Southern African Studies vol. 36, (3) 583-598.
10.1080/03057070.2010.507553
VAN DER VLIES A(2010). J.m. Coetzee's Disgrace (Continuum Contemporaries). Continuum (London),
VAN DER VLIES AE(2010). ‘The Archive, the Spectral, and Narrative Responsibility in Zoë Wicomb’s Playing in the Light (2006)’. Journal of Southern African Studies vol. 36, (3)
10.1080/03057070.2010.507553
VAN DER VLIES AE(2010). ‘The History of the Book in Sub-Saharan Africa’. The Oxford Companion to the Book, Editors: SJ, MFS, Woudhuysen, H, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
VAN DER VLIES A(2009). Review of Sarah Nuttall & Achille Mbembe, eds. Johannesburg: The Elusive Metropolis. Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies vol. 10, (2) 255-260.
10.1080/17533170902793190
VAN DER VLIES A(2009). Review of Tobias Döring, ed., A History of Postcolonial Literature in 12 ½ Books. European Journal of English Studies vol. 13, (1) 125-127.
10.1080/13825570802673572
VAN DER VLIES A(2009). Review of Cheryl Stobie, Somewhere in the Double Rainbow: Representations of Bisexuality in Post-Apartheid Novels. Social Dynamics: A Journal of African Studies vol. 35, (1) 198-205.
10.1080/02533950802667343
Van der Vlies A(2009). A History of Postcolonial Literature in 12 1/2 Books. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENGLISH STUDIES vol. 13, (1) 125-127.
10.1080/13825570902943354
VAN DER VLIES A, FLANERY P(2008). Introduction -- Annexing the global, globalizing the local. Scrutiny2: Issues in English Studies in Southern Africa vol. 13, (1)
10.1080/18125440802085258
VAN DER VLIES A(2008). An Interview with Jeremy Cronin, Conducted by Andrew van der Vlies. Contemporary Literature vol. 49, (4) 514-539.
10.1353/cli.0.0039
VAN DER VLIES A(2008). On the Ambiguities of Narrative and of History: Writing (about) the past in recent South African literary criticism. Journal of Southern African Studies vol. 34, (4) 949-961.
10.1080/03057070802456870
VAN DER VLIES A(2008). Outside the Nation(al): 'South African' Print and Book Cultures and Global 'Text-scapes'. Books Without Borders, Vol. 1: The Cross-National Dimension in Print Culture, Editors: Hammond, M, Fraser, R, Palgrave
VAN DER VLIES A(2007). South African Textual Cultures: White, Black, Read All Over. Manchester University Press
VAN DER VLIES A(2007). ‘Reading Banned Books: Apartheid Censors and Anti-Apartheid Aesthetics’. Wasafiri vol. 22, (3) 55-61.
10.1080/02690050701565810
VAN DER VLIES A(2007). ‘Transnational Print Cultures: Books, -scapes, and the textual Atlantic’. Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies vol. 8, (1) 45-55.
10.1080/17533170701295306
VAN DER VLIES A(2006). 'South Africa and the Global Imagination: the local and the global in literary and cultural studies'. Scrutiny2: Issues in English Studies in Southern Africa vol. 11, (1) 115-125.
VAN DER VLIES AE(2006). ‘Alan Warner’. British Writers Supplement XI, Editors: Parini, J, Charles Scribner’s Sons / Thomson Gale
VAN DER VLIES AE(2006). ‘William Plomer’. British Writers Supplement XI, Editors: Parini, J, Charles Scribner’s Sons / Thomson Gale
VAN DER VLIES AE(2006). ‘“Local” Writing, “Global” Reading, and the Demands of the “Canon”: the case of Alan Paton’s Cry, the Beloved Country’. South African Historical Journal vol. 55, 20-32.
10.1080/02582470609464928
VAN DER VLIES AE(2005). '"Hurled by what aim to what tremendous range!": Roy Campbell and the Politics of Anthologies, 1927-1945'. English Studies in Africa vol. 48, (1) 63-85.
10.1080/00138390508691330
VAN DER VLIES AE(2004). 'Introduction: The Institutions of South African Literature'. English Studies in Africa vol. 47, (1) 1-15.
10.1080/00138390408691011
VAN DER VLIES AE(2003). '"Your Passage Leaves its Track of...Change": Textual Variation in Roy Campbell's "Tristan da Cunha", 1926-1945'. English Studies in Africa vol. 46, (1) 47-61.
10.1080/00138390308691006
VAN DER VLIES AE(2003). 'Olive Schreiner'. World Writers in English, Editors: Parini, J, vol. 2, Charles Scribner’s Sons / Thomson Gale
VAN DER VLIES AE(2003). ‘Alan Paton’. World Writers in English, Editors: Parini, J, vol. 2, Charles Scribner’s Sons / Thomson Gale
VAN DER VLIES AE(2003). ‘Alex La Guma’. World Writers in English, Editors: Parini, J, vol. 1, Charles Scribner’s Sons / Thomson Gale
VAN DER VLIES AE(2002). ‘The Editorial Empire: The Fiction of “Greater Britain”, and the Early Readers of Olive Schreiner’s The Story of an African Farm’. TEXT: An Inter-disciplinary Annual of Textual Studies vol. 15, 237-260.
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