Journal Articles

Iris Pearson, ‘The Orange Tree and Postcritique in Valeria Luiselli’s Los ingrávidos‘, Journal of Avant-Garde Studies (forthcoming 2023).

Iris Pearson, ‘Moving Through Paris: The Discontinuous Forms of Julio Cortázar’s Rayuela and Luisa Futoransky’s De Pe a Pa‘, Latin American Literary Review, 48 (97) (2021).

Conference Presentations

‘Experimental Focalisation and Readerly Affect in the Novels of Angela Carter’. Accepted. British Association for Contemporary Literature Studies, University of Birmingham, September 2023.

‘It Could Go Like This / Muriel Spark’s Fantastic Hesitation’. Session: ‘Reading with Doubt’, Oxford English Graduate Conference, University of Oxford, June 2023.

‘Muriel Spark and the Future Tense’. ‘DPhil Roundtable: Literature and the Future’, Modern/Contemporary Research Seminar, University of Oxford, May 2023.

‘Form and Readerly Affect: Muriel Spark’s Crime Fictions’. Session: ‘Anti-historicism’ at American Comparative Literature Association, Chicago, March 2023.

‘Form and Repulsive Readerly Affect in Late Twentieth-Century Experimental Novels’. New Work in Modernist Studies, University of Loughborough, December 2022.

‘Listening to Know in Anthony Burgess’s Experimental Novels’. Modern/Contemporary Literature Graduate Forum, University of Oxford, November 2022.

‘Don’t Read B.S. Johnson: Experimental Spaces and Rebarbative Readerly Affect’. Experimental Writing in English, 1945-2000, Brussels, September 2022.

‘Suspended Interiors (and Suspended History) in Second World War Novels’. Oxford English Graduate Conference, University of Oxford, June 2021.

Outreach Publications

”Modern Love’ by George Meredith’, Ten-Minute Book Club, University of Oxford, October 2022.