Published work

Dix, Andrew and Peter Templeton (eds.), Violence from Slavery to #Black Lives Matter: African American History and Representation. Abingdon, Ox: Routledge, 2019. Forthcoming.

 

The Politics of Southern Pastoral Literature, 1785–1885: Jeffersonian Afterlives. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2019.

Templeton, Peter. ‘My Massa Whip Me, Cos I love You’: Violence towards Slaves in Antebellum Southern Literature’, in Violence from Slavery to #Black Lives Matter: African American History and Representation, ed. by Andrew Dix and Peter Templeton. Abingdon, Ox: Routledge, 2019. 

‘James Stewart and the Changing Face of the Confederate in Mid-Twentieth Century Hollywood Cinema’, Polish Journal of American Studies, volume 18, Autumn 2019.

‘Arden in Dixie: Gender and John Esten Cooke’s adaptation of As You Like It’, Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 23.2, October 2019.

‘On the Couch: The Alpha Male in Therapy in Contemporary American Television’, Journal of American Studies, 53.3, August 2019.

‘The Lost Cause and the Mirror of Wessex: The Literature of the Postbellum South and Thomas Hardy as parallax’, Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 21.2, October 2017.

‘‘Why don’t you just say it as simply as that?’: The Progression of Parrhesia in the Early Novels of Joseph Heller’, European Journal of American Studies, 11.2, Summer 2016.

‘“Different instincts, different appetites, different morals, and a different culture”: Dickens, Trollope and the Pastoral Self-Image of the Antebellum South’, Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 18.1, April 2014.

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