Coming soon: my guest-edited special issue of JNT: Journal of Narrative Theory on the topic “Narratologies of Science,” another publication arising from my SSHRC project. It features a fascinating range of essays by Marco Caracciolo, Daniella Gáti, Pascale Manning, Eric Morel, Toon Staes, and Rhona Trauvich.
My latest article, the first publication from my new SSHRC-funded project on science and narratology, is now out in Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and History of Ideas. Entitled “Limits of Narrative Science: Unnarratability and Neonarrative in Evolutionary Biology,” it is part of a special issue on “The Limits of Narrative,” edited by Samuli Björninen and Merja Polvinen. It features close readings of several diagrams depicting arms-race coevolutionary dynamics between pollinators and the flowers they visit.
An abridged version of my book’s chapter on Joyce, “A Portrait of the Artist as a ‘Biologist in Words’: Language, Epiphany and Atavistic Bildung,” appears in the newly-published Norton Critical Edition of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, 2nd ed., edited by John Paul Riquelme.
My chapter “Beyond the Search Image: Reading as (Re)search” is now out in the book Modernism, Theory, and Responsible Reading: A Critical Conversation, edited and introduced by Stephen Ross, with an Afterword by Paul St. Amour.