Publications

Peer-reviewed articles and chapters

“Narrative: Common Ground in Literature and Science Studies?” Configurations 26.3, special joint issue with Journal of Literature and Science on “The State of the Unions II” (forthcoming, 2018).

“Your Body Is Our Black Box: Narrating Nations in Second-Person Fiction by Edna O’Brien and Jennifer Egan.” Frontiers of Narrative Studies, special issue on Narrative Theory and Experimental Fiction, ed. Brian Richardson (forthcoming, 2018).

“Nabokov’s Gradual and Dual Blues: Unreliability, Taxonomy, and Ethics in Lolita.” Journal of Narrative Theory 48.1 (2018): 54-84.

“Terms of Art in Law and Herbals.” Shakespeare’s Language in Digital Media: Old Words, New Tools. Edited by Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Mark Kaethler & Janelle Jenstad 47-65.  New York: Routledge, 2018.

“Plot Counter Plot: Genetics and Generic Strain in the Modernist Novel of Formation.” Intervalla: Platform for Intellectual Exchange 4 (2016): 30-69.

“‘Education of an Amphibian’: Anachrony, Neoteny and Bildung in Aldous Huxley’s Eyeless in Gaza.” Twentieth Century Literature  62.4 (2016): 403-28.

“A Source for ‘The Most Profound Sentence’ in A Portrait of the Artist.” James Joyce Quarterly 52.1 (2014): 165-68.

“Heredity, Kin Selection and the Fate of Characters in E.M. Forster’s The Longest Journey.” Fact and Fiction: Literature and Science in the German and European Context. Edited by Christine Lehleiter, 247-71. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2016.

“Flaubertian Aesthetics, Modernist Ethics and Animal Representation in Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa.” Style 47.4 (Winter 2013): 509-24.

Burkle, L.A., R.E. Irwin, & D.A. Newman. “Predicting the Effects of Nectar Robbing on Plant Reproduction: Implications of Pollen Limitation and Plant Mating System.” American Journal of Botany 94 (2007): 1935–43.

Newman, D.A. & J.D. Thomson. “Interactions among Nectar Robbing, Floral Herbivory, and Ant Protection in Linaria vulgaris.” Oikos 110 (2005): 497–506.

Newman, D.A. & J.D. Thomson. “Effects of Nectar Robbing on Nectar Dynamics and Bumblebee Foraging Strategies in Linaria vulgaris.” Oikos 110 (2005): 309–20.


Non-reviewed publications

“The Descent of English: New Evolutionary Models of Language Change.”

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