Iris Pearson, ‘The Orange Tree and Postcritique in Valeria Luiselli’s Los ingrávidos‘, Journal of Avant-Garde Studies, 2 (2023), 94-106.
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).
‘The Critic and Constant Excess: Virginia Woolf’s The Waves‘. Accepted. New Work in Modernist Studies 13, Liverpool, December 2023.
‘Imagining at the End: Max Porter’s The Death of Francis Bacon‘, A Symposium on Literatures of Ending, Contemporary Literary Cultures Research Group, University of Worcester, November 2023.
‘The Short Story and Strange Tone’, Oxford Centre for Comparative Criticism & Translation, October 2023.
‘Experimental Focalisation and Readerly Affect in the Novels of Angela Carter’, 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 12, 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.
”Modern Love’ by George Meredith’, Ten-Minute Book Club, University of Oxford, October 2022.