Peer-reviewed articles and chapters
“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: 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.
“The Descent of English: New Evolutionary Models of Language Change.”