Beginning Modernism (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2011)
D.H. Lawrence, Science and the Posthuman (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2005)
Gothic Modernisms, eds Andrew Smith and Jeff Wallace (Palgrave, 2001)
Raymond Williams Now: Knowledge, Limits and the Future, eds Jeff Wallace, Rod Jones and Sophie Nield (Macmillan, 1997)
Charles Darwin's Origin of Species: New Interdisciplinary Essays, eds David Amigoni and Jeff Wallace (Manchester University Press, 1995)
D.H. Lawrence, The Virgin and the Gipsy and Other Stories (Wordsworth Classics, 2004)
D.H. Lawrence, Women in Love (Wordsworth Classics, 2000)
Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species (Wordsworth Classics, 1998)
‘T.H. Huxley, Science and Cultural Agency’, Darwin, Tennyson and Their Readers, ed. Valerie Purton (Anthem Press, 2013) (forthcoming)
‘Atomised: Mary Midgley and Michel Houellebecq’, Towards a New Literary Humanism, ed. Andy Mousley (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2011)
'51/49: Abstraction, democracy and the machine in Lawrence, Deleuze and their readings of Whitman', New D.H. Lawrence, ed. Howard Booth (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010), pp.98-116.
'Modernists on the art of fiction', The Cambridge Companion to the Modernist Novel, ed. Morag Shiach (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp.15-31.
'"An inorganic life of things": notes on abstraction and nature', Moment of Earth: Poems and Essays in Honour of Jeremy Hooker, ed. Christopher Meredith (Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications, 2007), pp.234-248.
'Lawrentianisms: Rhys Davies and D.H. Lawrence', Rhys Davies: Decoding the Hare (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2001), pp.175-190.
'"The stern task of living": Dubliners, clerks, money and modernism', Gothic Modernisms, eds. A. Smith and J. Wallace (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001), pp.111-128.
'"Not otherwise touchable somehow": Ecocriticism and Literature', The Roots of Environmental Consciousness: Popular Tradition and Personal Experience, eds Stephen Hussey and Paul Thompson (London: Routledge, 2000), pp.200-206.
'The World Before Eyes: Calvino, Barthes and Science', The Third Culture: Literature and Science, ed. E.S. Shaffer (Berlin: De Gruyter, 1998), pp.269-283.
'Difficulty and defamiliarisation: language and process in The Origin of Species', Charles Darwin's Origin of Species: New Interdisciplinary Essays, eds D. Amigoni and J. Wallace (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1995), pp.1-46.
'Language, Nature and the Politics of Materialism: Raymond Williams and D.H. Lawrence', Raymond Williams: Politics, Education, Letters, eds W. John Morgan and Peter Preston (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1993), pp.105-128.
Peer refereed journals:
‘Literature and Posthumanism’, Literature Compass (online journal) (Oxford: John Wiley, 2010)
‘Unclamping “philosophy” in D.H. Lawrence’, Journal of D.H. Lawrence Studies 1:3 (2008), pp.125-39.
'Driven to Abstraction? Raymond Williams and the Road', in Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 5, ed. Tony Brown (Cardiff: New Welsh Review, 1999), pp.115-129
'Against Idealism: Science and Language in Lawrence's Philosophical Writing', Etudes Lawrenciennes 19 (1999), pp.33-54
'"Taking possession of the ordinary man's mind": Literary Studies and History of Science', Literature and History, 2nd. series, 1:1 (Spring 1990), pp.58-74
Plenary lectures and conference papers (since 2005)
‘Wonder, science and the posthuman’, at BSLS (British Society for Literature and Science) conference, Cardiff University, April 2013
‘Art and educability: D.H. Lawrence and Cézanne’, at 2013 International D.H. Lawrence conference, Université Paris X (Nanterre), April 2013
‘John Berger and abstraction’, at Ways of Seeing John Berger, Kings College London/British Library, September 2012
‘The Englishman Abroad? D.H.Lawrence, Geoff Dyer and Italy’, at D.H. Lawrence: Regional, National and International Contexts, University of Nottingham, July 2012 (plenary)
‘The young, the new, the open: criticism and planetarity’, at The Good of Criticism; the Value of Literary Studies, University of Reading, March 2010 (plenary)
‘The Thought Adventure: D.H. Lawrence, Education and Consciousness’, inaugural Professorial lecture, University of Glamorgan, April 2010
‘Atomised’, at Is There a Human in this Text?, De Montfort University, July 2008 (plenary)
‘Unclamping “philosophy” in D.H. Lawrence’, at Current Methodologies in D.H. Lawrence Studies, Technische Universitat Darmstadt, July 2008
‘”eart knowledge: Abstraction, Modernity and Popular Visual Culture in Tressell’s The Ragged-Trousered Philanthropists, at Modernism and Visual Culture, Oxford University, November 2008
'"A deserted potato field I sing": David Eder and modernist science', at The Modernist Atlantic: Modernist Magazines Conference, De Montfort University, July 2007
The Species of Origin, AHRC-funded seminar, Edinburgh College of Art (invited speaker and participant), September 2007
'The Thought-adventure? D.H. Lawrence and the meaning of consciousness today', at Return to Eastwood: 11th International D.H. Lawrence conference, University of Nottingham (Eastwood), August 2007
'49/51: Abstraction and the machine in "Democracy"', at D.H. Lawrence: New Directions, University of Manchester, May 2006
'Lawrence among the Machines', at Deleuze and Literature, University of Warwick Centre for Research in Philosophy and Literature, March 2006 (plenary)
'Looloo's chagrin, Mono's pretence: non-human human being in Women in Love', at 'Versions of D.H. Lawrence, modernism and the post-human', with Amit Chaudhuri, London Modernism Seminar, November 2006
'Posthuman D.H. Lawrence', D.H. Lawrence Society, Eastwood, October 2006
'Victorian/Posthuman: Deleuze and Guattari's Samuel Butler', at Victorians in the Long View: Contrasts and Continuities, British Association of Victorian Studies Conference 2005, University of Gloucestershire, September 2005
'New materialisms? Franzen, Houellebecq and science', at The 21st Century Novel: Reading and Writing Contemporary Fiction, University of Lancaster, September 200