PETER HULME      

Professor in Literature at the University of Essex

Curriculum Vitae

April 2014

 

Present post:       

Professor in Literature, University of Essex

Work address:    

Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies, University of Essex, Colchester CO4 3SQ, UK

Home address:   

Riggside, Low Langstaffe, Sedbergh, Cumbria, LA10 5AT, UK

Work telephone:   

01206 872608

Home telephone:   

015396 22551

E-mail:                   

phulme@essex.ac.uk

Curriculum vitae

1966‑70          

Undergraduate, Department of Spanish, University of Leeds

1970‑71          

Research in Madrid on Spanish Government Scholarship

1971‑74          

Research student, Department of Literature, University of Essex

1974‑78          

Temporary Lecturer in Literature, University of Essex

1979‑89          

Lecturer in Literature, University of Essex

1985               

(March) Visiting Lecturer at the Institut des Langues Etrangères, University of Algiers

1986               

(September-December)  Visiting Research Fellow in the Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico

1988               

(April-May)  Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute for Research in the Humanities at the University of Copenhagen

1989‑91          

Senior Lecturer in Literature, University of Essex

1991‑93          

Reader in Literature, University of Essex

1993-              

Professor in Literature, University of Essex

1993-94          

Rockefeller Foundation Resident Fellow in the Humanities at the University of Maryland, College Park

1994               

(August-September)  Visiting Professor at the University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

1997               

(September)  Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Alberta, Canada

1999               

(July)  Brooks Visiting Fellow at the University of Queensland, Australia

1999               

(August– September)  Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, ANU

1999-2001         

British Academy Research Reader

2000               

(March-April)  Short-term Fellow at Newberry Library, Chicago
2014 (March-April) Visiting Professor at the University of Gothenburg

 

 

Awards and Grants

1970‑71          

Spanish Government Scholarship (for research in Madrid)

1971‑74          

Major State Studentship (UK)

1974               

Argentine Government Scholarship (for research in Buenos Aires)

1982‑83          

British Academy Award (for research in South America and the Caribbean)

1986               

British Academy Award (for research in the Caribbean)

1990               

British Academy Award (for research in the U.S.A. and the Caribbean)

1993‑94          

Rockefeller Foundation Resident Fellowship, University of Maryland, College Park

1999-2001         

British Academy Research Readership

2000               

Short-term Fellowship, Newberry Library, Chicago

2006-10          

AHRC Large Research Grant (£347,268): American Tropics: Towards a Literary Geography

2011               

JISLAC [British Academy] (£2,146): The Life and Work of W. Adolphe Roberts

 

 

Teaching and Supervision 

Undergraduate:

Contemporary Writing Writing; First‑year Literature; Modern Literary Theory; Literature and Politics in the Caribbean; New Literatures; Practical Criticism; Introduction to Latin America; Postcolonial Literature and Theory; Writing Other Cultures; Literature and History in the Caribbean, Baudelaire and Paris.

Graduate:

M.A. in the Sociology of Literature; Certificate Seminar; M.A. in Cross‑Cultural Studies; Foundations of Postcolonial Theory; Indigeneity and Invention; Issues in Travel Writing.

Ph.D. topics supervised include: 

The Eastern Novels of Joseph Conrad; The Image of Japan in British Film; Taiwanese New Cinema; The Pacific Novels of Herman Melville; The Nigerian Novel; The Black British Novel; Crusader Discourse; British Cultural Studies; Simone de Beauvoir; Eighteenth-century Feminist Fiction; Late Nineteenth-century Aesthetic Theory; Indo-Caribbean Women"s Writing; Masculinity and Nationalism in the Caribbean; Contemporary Native American Fiction; Travel-writing in Central Asia; Travel-writing in Arabia; Nineteenth-Century British Travellers to USA; Creole Writing in Angola; Caribbean Writers and English Landscape; Contemporary Malawian Literature; The Literary Criticism of Gayatri Spivak; Arabic Novels and the Discourse of Terror.

 

 

Examining and Administration (University of Essex)

1976‑              

Papers set and examinations marked for all the courses referred to in the previous section

1976‑95          

Member of the Latin American Studies Committee

1976‑84          

Joint organiser of Essex Sociology of Literature conferences

1979‑ 2011             

Invigilating, Advising, Interviewing

1979‑              

Supervisor of numerous successful Ph.D. students (see partial list above)

1979‑              

Internal examiner for numerous Ph.D. theses in the Departments of Literature, Sociology, and History

1979‑81, 1982‑86, 1987‑91, 1995-98 

Member of the Board of Comparative Studies

1979‑92          

Director or joint‑director of the M.A. in the Sociology of Literature

1981‑82          

Senior Adviser, School of Comparative Studies

1981‑82          

Member of Social Policy Board, and chairperson of its working party on the representational structure of the University

1983‑93          

Member of Departmental Work‑Load Committee

1984‑91          

Joint Director of The Enlightenment

1987               

Member of Departmental Academic Plan Committee

1988‑92          

Elected member of Senate

1989‑95          

Joint organiser of the Essex "Literature Politics Theory" symposia

1990               

Co‑ordinator of Criticism: Practice and Theory

1990               

Member of Departmental selection committee

1990               

External member of selection committee in History

1990‑92          

Departmental Graduate Director

1992               

Chief organiser of The Fourth World events and conference

1993               

External member of selection committee in Art History and Theory

1994

Co-ordinator of Criticism: Practice and Theory

1994               

External member of selection committee in Sociology

1994-95          

Departmental Examinations Officer

1994-95          

Member of Staffing Committee

1994-96          

Director of M.A. in Critical and Cultural Studies

1995-98          

Head of Department

1995-98          

Director of M.A. in Postcolonial Studies

1997               

Member of Departmental Review Committee for Sociology

1997                       

Joint-organiser of the conference Pacific Asia: Cultural and Postcolonial Studies

2000         2001

Joint-organiser of Francis Barker Memorial Conference

2001-05          

Departmental Web Officer

2001-05          

Departmental Staff Development Officer

2001-05          

Member of the Board of the School of Humanities and Comparative Studies

2002-05          

Head of Department

2006-08          

Departmental Director of Research

2006-11    2006-11

Principal Investigator on AHRC-funded project, American Tropics: Towards a Literary Geography

2007-08          

Member of Professorships Committee

2008-10          

Departmental Examinations Officer

2008-11          

Head of Department

2008-11          

Member of Council

2009-10          

Member of Global Alliance Steering Committee

2009               

Chief organiser of American Tropics conference
2011 Member of selection committee for appointment in History

2011-

Departmental archivist

2012-

Departmental Web Officer
   

Examining and Administration (External)

1979-              

External examiner for Ph.D. theses at the University of York (2), University of Nottingham, Trent Polytechnic, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of Hong Kong, University of Queensland, University of Warwick, Nottingham Trent University            (2), University of Kent (2), University of Adelaide, University of Leeds (2), University of Exeter, University of Western Australia, Georgetown University, University of Wales Cardiff, UCL, University of New South Wales, University of Cambridge.

1981-83           

External examiner, M.A. in 19th century English and French Novel, University of York

1990‑93          

External examiner, B.A. in English, Queen Mary and Westfield College

1991‑93          

External examiner, M.A. in Cultural Studies, Cheltenham and Gloucester CHE

1991‑2006      

Member of International Advisory Board for New West Indian Guide

1992-              

Member of Advisory Board for Cultural Geographies

1993‑96          

External examiner, M.A. in Comparative Literary Theory and Translation Studies, University of Warwick

1994-96          

External examiner, M.A. in Colonial & Postcolonial Literature, University of Warwick

1995-              

Member of Advisory Board for Ilha do desterro

1996-2005      

Member of Advisory Board for Jouvert: Internet Journal of Postcolonial Studies
1996- Reader of manuscripts for OUP, CUP, Duke UP, University of Hawai'i Press, Yale UP, Routledge, University of Illinois Press, Penn State UP.

1997-                   

Assistant Editor, Studies in Travel Writing

1998               

External assessor for Chair at Queen Mary and Westfield College

1998-2002      

External examiner, M.A. in English Literary Studies, Nottingham Trent University

1999-              

Member of Editorial Board for Kacike: Journal of Caribbean Amerindian History and Anthropology

2000-08          

Member of Editorial Board for The Jean Rhys Review

2000-02          

External examiner, B.A. in School of English and American Studies, UEA

2003-04          

External assessor for Chair at University of York

2004               

External assessor for Chair at Queen Mary

2004-              

Advisory editor for Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal

2004-05          

Member of selection panel for AHRB Research Centres Scheme Phase 2

2005-08          

External examiner for B.A. in English Studies at University of Stirling

2005-              

Member of Advisory Board for Journal of Historical Geography

2006-08          

External examiner for M. Litt in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, University of Glasgow

2006-              

Member of Editorial Board of New West Indian Guide

2006-              

Joint editor for book series, Routledge Research in Travel Writing

2008               

Member of the Selection Committee for the Irish-Latin American Research Fund

2008-11          

Member of the British Academy Area Panel for Latin American and the Caribbean

2009-14              

Elected member of the Council of the Hakluyt Society

2009               

Co-organiser of conference Alexander von Humboldt and America at The British Academy

2009-13              

External examiner for MAs in the Department of English, University of Kent

2011-              

Member of Editorial Board for English Studies in Africa

 

Conference Papers

1980       

"1642: Literature and Power in the Seventeenth Century", University of Essex

1980       

Thaxted Conference on Cross‑Cultural Studies

1983       

Centre for Social History Conference, Oxford

1984       

"Europe and Its Others", University of Essex

1984       

Centre for Social History Conference, Oxford

1984       

Essex Literature Festival

1987       

Aberdeen Conference on Cultural History

1987       

Association for Cultural Studies, Portsmouth Polytechnic

1988       

Latin American Studies Association, New Orleans

1988       

"Psychoanalysis and the Public Sphere", Northeast London Polytechnic

1990       

"Implicit Ethnographies", University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

1991       

"Cultural Difference", University of Cardiff

1991       

"Frontiers of European Culture", University of Aberdeen

1991       

"The Human Sciences in Historical Context", University of Essex

1991       

"Colonial Discourse / Postcolonial Theory", University of  Essex

1992               

Inaugural Conference of the European Society for the Study of English, University of East Anglia

1992              

 XXIV Senapulli Conference on "The Literature of the Discoveries", João Pessoa, Brazil

1992      

 Society for Caribbean Studies Conference, Oxford

1992       

"The Anthropology of the Caribbean: The View from 1992", University of Leiden

1992       

"Gender, Nationalisms, and National Identities", Bellagio

1992       

"New Approaches to the Teaching of English", University of Salamanca

1992       

"Transatlantic Encounters", Vanderbilt University, Nashville

1993       

"Gender in Question", University of Essex

1993       

"Word in Time: A Conference in Honour of Arthur Terry", University of Essex

1994       

"Nationalism(s), Cultures, and the Shape of the World", Georgetown University

1994       

"The Caribbean Between Empires", Princeton University

1994               

"Possible Pasts: Critical Encounters in Early America", University of Pennsylvania (keynote)

1994               

"A View of Our Own: Ethnocentric Perspectives in Literature", Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

1995       

"Transatlantic Passages", University of La Laguna, Tenerife

1995       

"Text and Nation: Cultures in Conflict", Georgetown University

1995               

"Staging History: The Indigenous and the European View", Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

1995               

"Postcolonialism / Japan", University of Kyushu

1995               

"Shakespeare / Postcolonialism", Tokyo Metropolitan University

1997               

"Indigenous Legacies of the Caribbean", Baracoa, Cuba

1998               

"Transnationalism, Creolization, and the Cultural Politics of Encounter", University of Wisconsin Madison (keynote)

1998               

"The Tempest in the Old World and the New", University of Maryland College Park

1998               

"Visión retrospectiva del 1898", Montclair State University

1998               

"Borders and Crossings", Magee College, Derry

1998               

"National Culture(s)", University of Casablanca

1999              

"Islands: Representations and Histories", University of Kent

1999             

Australian Association for Caribbean Studies, La Trobe University, Melbourne

1999            

Australian Association for Latin American Studies, La Trobe University, Melbourne

1999               

"Trading Places", University of Queensland, Brisbane (keynote)

1999               

"Crossings: Racial and Sexual Intermixture in Africa and the New World", The Clark Library / UCLA

1999               

"Toufann and Other Tempests", Birkbeck College, University of London

2000               

"Seuils et traverses", Université de Brest (keynote)

2000               

"Travel and Nation", British Academy (keynote)

2000               

"Sea Changes", University of Greifswald (keynote)

2000               

"Contextualising the Caribbean", University of Miami (keynote)

2001              

Australian Association for Caribbean Studies, ANU, Canberra

2001               

"Local / global / virtual: (Re)inventions of the Caribbean", University of Puerto Rico (keynote)

2001              

Caribbean Studies Association Conference, University of Nottingham

2001               

"Locating the Victorians", London

2002               

"Travel and Anthropology", NTU

2002              

"Beyond Postcolonial Studies, University of Illinois (keynote)

2002               

"Tropical Views and Visions", National Maritime Museum, London

2003               

"Masks of the British Empire", University of Palermo, Sicily

2003               

"Society of Latin American Studies", Manchester University (keynote)

2003               

"George Lamming: Philosopher of the Caribbean", Institute of Commonwealth Studies

2004              

ABRALIC (Brazilian Association of Comparative Literature), Porto Alegre, Brazil

2005               

The Medieval Academy, Miami Beach

2005               

"Caribbean Interfaces", Université Lille III Charles-de-Gaulle & KUL, Kortrijk

2005               

"Beyond the Nation: Reading Spanish Caribbean Culture in the 21st century" Birmingham University

2005             

Latin American Cultural Studies day conference, Birkbeck College

2005               

"Mobilis in Mobile: International conference on Travel Writing", University of Hong Kong (keynote)

2005               

"Middle Passages: The Oceanic Voyage as Social Process", Fremantle, Australia (keynote)

2005               

"Race, Empire and Captivity", Longford, Tasmania

2005               

"Patagonia: Myth and Realities", University of Manchester

2005               

"Comparative Postcolonialities", University of Pittsburgh

2006               

"The Other America", Warwick University (keynote)

2006               

"Disunited Empires", Queen"s University, Kingston, Canada

2007               

Society for Irish Latin American Studies, Galway

2007               

Society for Caribbean Studies, London

2007               

London Renaissance Seminar

2007               

"Literary Geographies", University of Nottingham

2007               

Mid-American Conference on Hispanic Literature, Madison (keynote)

2008               

"The Americas Plural: Regional and Comparative Perspectives", Insititute for the Study of the Americas, University of London

2008               

"Borders and Traffic: Comparative Perspectives on Teaching the Americas", University of Swansea

2008               

"Do Brasil a Macau: Narrativas de Viagens e Espaços de Diásporas", University of Lisbon (keynote)

2008               

"Landscape and Narrative", Writtle College

2009               

"Literature, Geography, Translation: The New Comparative Horizons", University of Uppsala (keynote)

2010               

American Comparative Literature Association, New Orleans

2010 Society for the Study of Southern Literature, New Orleans

2010               

Cuba Research Forum, Nottingham

2010               

International Society for the Study of Travel Writing, Columbia (South Carolina) (keynote)

2011               

Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society—Institute of British Geographers (keynote)

2011           

"Cultural Encounters and the Discourses of Scholarship", University of Rostock (keynote)

2012               

"Nomadism and Mobile Ways of Life in the Americas", Vienna (keynote)

2012               

Society for the Study of Travel Writing, Washington DC (keynote)

2012

Society for Caribbean Studies, Oxford         

2013

Cultural Encounters in the Luso-Hispanic World”, University of Warwick (keynote)

2013

Society for Caribbean Studies, University of Warwick

2013

"Migration, British Comparative Literature Association, University of Essex

2014

Arturo Alfonso Schomburg: Cultura, Raza y Género” [commentator], University of Puerto Rico

2014 Revolution & Evolution, British Comparative Literature Association Graduate Conference, University of Essex (keynote)

Visiting lectures and seminars

 

 

1979

Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London

1982               

School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia

1982    

Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London

1983               

Department of English and Related Literatures, University of York

1984               

Critical Theory Seminar, University of Cardiff

1984    

Americanist Seminar, Museum of Mankind, London

1986     

Department of Anthropology, University of Durham

1986      

Centre for the Study of Contemporary Culture, University of  Massachusetts, Amherst

1986       

English Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley

1986               

History of Consciousness Program, University of California, Santa Cruz

1986               

Institute for Research in the Humanities, Stanford University

1986         

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Stanford University

1986               

English Department, University of Puerto Rico

1986               

Department of English and Related Literatures, University of York

1986         

Intercollegiate Anthropology Seminar of London University

1987    

Colchester Public Library

1987    

Warburg Institute, London

1987    

Americanist Seminar, Museum of Mankind, London

1988               

Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of Copenhagen

1988    

Horniman Museum, London

1988               

Departments of History and Anthropology, Rice University, Houston

1989               

Critical Theory seminar, University of Nottingham

1989               

Department of English, King Alfred's College, Winchester

1989               

English Department, University of Puerto Rico

1989               

Warburg Institute, London

1990               

Department of Spanish, University of Indiana

1990               

Departments of History and Anthropology, Rice University, Houston

1991               

English Department, University of Exeter

1992 

Department of Art History and Theory, University of Essex

1992               

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Maryland

1993               

London Renaissance Seminar, Birkbeck College, University of London

1993               

Department of Spanish, Georgetown University

1993               

Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies, Johns Hopkins University

1993         

Departments of English and History, Rutgers University

1994               

Department of Spanish, Montclair State College

1994               

Latin American Centre, Princeton University

1994               

Center for Latin American and Iberian Studies, Vanderbilt University

1994               

Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

1994               

Department of Comparative Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison

1994               

Department of History, Rice University

1994               

Program in Theory, Tulane University

1994               

Centre for Latin American Studies, University of Essex

1995               

Centre for Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge

1995               

Pre-Industrial Seminar, University of Durham

1995               

Centre for English Studies, University of London

1995               

Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka

1995               

Tsukuba University, Tokyo

1996               

Cheltenham and Gloucester CHE

1996               

Open University

1997               

Department of English and Related Literatures, University of York

1997               

Department of English, University of Alberta

1998               

Georgetown University

1998               

Department of English, University of Casablanca Ain Chok

1998               

Department of English, University of Wollongong

1999               

Department of English, ANU, Canberra

1999               

Cultural Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz

1999               

Department of English, University of Oregon, Eugene

1999               

Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen

1999               

Culture and Power in the Global System Seminar, University of Aberdeen

1999               

Department of English and Media Studies, Nottingham Trent University

1999               

Imperial Studies Seminar, University of London

2000               

Department of English, University of Edinburgh

2000               

Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin Madison

2000               

Americanist Seminar, Museum of Mankind, London

2000               

Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex

2001               

Department of English, University of Puerto Rico

2001               

Department of Language and Literature, University of Salerno

2001               

Istituto Universitario Orientale, Naples

2001         

Centre for Commonwealth Studies, University of Stirling

2002               

The Sir Henry Thomas Memorial Lecture, University of Birmingham

2002               

Departments of English and Spanish, Cornell University

2003               

Centre for Caribbean Studies, University of Warwick

2004            

Department of American Studies, University of Nottingham

2005               

Department of English, University of Tasmania

2006         

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Stanford University

2006               

Department of Comparative Literature, UCLA

2006               

School of English, University of Leeds

2006               

School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia

2006               

Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik, University of Rostock

2007               

Centre for the Study of Colonialism and its Aftermath, University of Tasmania

2008               

Royal Holloway Postcolonial Research Group

2008        

Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London

2008               

Department of English and Drama, Queen Mary

2008               

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Manchester

2008               

Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugee Studies, University of Essex

2008               

School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies, University of Liverpool

2009               

Faculty of English, University of Cambridge

2009               

John Carter Brown Library, Providence

2009          

Centre for Cultural Studies, University of California Santa Cruz

2009 

Atlantic and Transatlantic Cultures seminar, UCLA

2010 

Postcolonial Literature and Theory Colloquium, UCLA

2012               

Department of Hispanic Studies, Vassar

2013 

Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Indiana University   

2014

Instituto de Estudios del Caribe, University of Puerto Rico
2014 University of Gothenburg [series of three]
   

Reviews

 

For the American Historical Review, The Americas, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, British Journal of Eighteenth-Century Studies,  Bulletin of Hispanic Studies,  Bulletin of Latin American Research,  Gender and History,  Hispanic American Historical Review,  Journal of American Studies,  Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History,  Literature and History,  New Comparison,  New Formations,  New Left Review,  New West Indian Guide,  Over Here,  Renaissance Studies,  Research in African Literature, Shakespeare Quarterly, Shakespeare Studies, Times Literary Supplement,  Science as Culture,  Social History,  Wasafiri,  William & Mary Quarterly.

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

Books and articles

 

 

1        

Reflexive Fiction: The Study of a Cervantine Tradition in Spanish and Spanish American Literature, Ph.D. thesis, University of Essex, 1976, 420pp.

2        

"Macedonio Fernández"s "técnica del mareo": the analysis of a literary device", Ibero‑Amerikanisches Archiv, III, 1977, 351‑64.

3        

"Columbus and the cannibals: a study of the reports of anthropophagy in the journal of Christopher Columbus", Ibero‑Amerikanisches Archiv, IV, 1978, 115‑39.

4        

"The face in the mirror: Borges"s "La busca de Averroes"", Forum for Modern Language Studies, XIV, 1979, 292‑7.

5        

(and Gordon Brotherston)  "A partial history of traduction", Comparative Criticism, 2, 1979, 319‑30.

6       

  "Hurricanes in the Caribbees: the constitution of the discourse of English colonialism", in 1642: Literature and Power in the Seventeenth Century, ed. F. Barker et al., Colchester: University of Essex, 1981, pp. 55‑83.

7        

"The "text in itself": a symposium", Southern Review, 17, 1984, 115‑46 at 134‑7.

8        

"English Caribbean Literature" and "French Caribbean Literature", in The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Latin America, ed. Simon Collier et al., Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985, pp. 372‑5, 376‑7.

9        

(and Francis Barker)  "Nymphs and reapers heavily vanish: the discursive con‑texts of The Tempest", in Alternative Shakespeares, ed. John Drakakis, London and New York: Methuen, 1985, pp. 191‑205.  (Frequently reprinted, e.g. in Shakespeare: An Anthology of Criticism and Theory 1945-2000, ed. Russ McDonald, Oxford: Blackwell, 2004.

10     

"Polytropic man: tropes of sexuality and mobility in early colonial discourse", in Europe and Its Others, ed. F. Barker et al., Colchester: University of Essex, 1985, vol. II, pp. 17‑32.

11     

"Balzac's Parisian mystery: La cousine Bette and the writing of historical criticism", Literature and History, XI, 1985, 47‑64.

12     

Colonial Encounters: Europe and the Native Caribbean, 1492‑1797, London and New York: Methuen, 1986, 348pp.

13     

(and F. Barker et al.)  "Introduction" to Literature, Politics, and Theory, London and New York: Methuen, 1986, pp. ix‑xvi.

14     

"Race", Textual Practice, I, no. 1, 1987, 87‑93.

15  

"Islands of enchantment: extracts from a Caribbean travel diary", New Formations, 3, 1987, 81‑95.

16     

"Sojourners of the Caribbean", Critique of Anthropology, VIII, no. 1, 1988, 119‑25.

17  

"Chiefdoms of the Caribbean", Critique of Anthropology, VIII, no. 2, 1988, 105‑18.

18     

"Smuggling human hopes: the two worlds of Puerto Rican literature", Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, LXVI, 1989, 95‑7.

19     

"The large, rich, and beautiful empire of Guiana", Over Here, 9, no. 2, 1989, 29‑39.

20     

"The log of Christopher Columbus: a review essay", Culture and History, 6, 1989, 25‑36.

21     

"Subversive archipelagoes: the theory of colonial discourse", Dispositio, XIV, nos. 36‑38, 1989, 1‑24.

22     

(and Ludmilla Jordanova)  "Introduction" to The Enlightenment and Its Shadows, ed. Peter Hulme and Ludmilla Jordanova, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pp. 1‑15.

23     

"The spontaneous hand of nature; savagery, colonialism, and the Enlightenment", in The Enlightenment and Its Shadows, ed. Peter Hulme and Ludmilla Jordanova, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pp. 16‑34.

24     

"The rhetoric of description: the Amerindians of the Caribbean within modern European discourse", Caribbean Studies, 23, nos. 3‑4, 1990, 35‑50.

25     

"Dancing with Mr Hesketh: Jean Rhys and the Caribs", Sargasso, 7, 1990, 18‑26.

26     

(and Francis Barker and Margaret Iversen)  "Introduction" to Uses of History: Marxism, Postmodernism and the Renaissance, Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1991, pp. 1‑23.

27  

"Rewriting the Caribbean past", in Interpretation and Culture, ed. Joan H. Pittock and Andrew Wear, London and New York: Macmillan, 1991, pp. 175‑97.

28 

Colonial Encounters: Europe and the Native Caribbean, 1492‑1797 [reprint of 12] London and New York: Routledge, 1992, 348pp., paperback edition.

29     

"English Caribbean Literature" and "French Caribbean Literature", in The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Latin America, ed. Simon Collier et al., Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992, rev. ed., pp. 399‑401, 402‑3.

30     

(and Neil Whitehead)  "Introduction" to Wild Majesty: Encounters with Caribs from Columbus to the Present Day, Oxford and New York: Clarendon Press, 1992, pp. 1‑7.

31     

(and Francis Barker and Margaret Iversen)  "Introduction" to Postmodernism and the Re‑reading of Modernity, Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1992, pp. 1‑22.

32     

"Towards a cultural history of America", New West Indian Guide, 66, nos. 1 & 2, 1992, 77‑82.

33     

(and Pauline Antrobus et al.)  Mapping the Americas, Colchester: University of Essex, 1992, 78pp.

34     

(and Francis Barker)  "The Tempest and oppression" [partial reprint of 9], in Shakespeare: "The Tempest", ed. D.J. Palmer, London and New York: Macmillan, 1992, pp. 200‑10.

35    

"The claptrap of empire", Literature and History, 3rd series, 1, no. 2 (1992), 94-6.

36     

"Reciprocity and exchange" [partial reprint of 12], in Formations of Modernity, ed. Stuart Hall and Bram Gieben, Cambridge: Polity Press in association with the Open University, 1993, pp. 330‑31.

37     

"The profit of language: George Lamming"s Water with Berries", in Recasting the World: Literature after Colonialism, ed. Jonathan White, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993, pp. 38-52.

38 

"Out of England: women, travel and Empire", Gender and History, 5, 1993, 159-64.

39     

"Making sense of the native Caribbean", New West Indian Guide, 67, nos. 3 & 4, 1993, 189-220.

40     

Elegy for a Dying Race: The Caribs and their Visitors, University of Maryland: "Discovering the Americas" Working Paper no. 14, 1993, 42pp.

41

"Making no bones: a response to Myra Jehlen", Critical Inquiry, 20, 1993, 179-86.

42

"Quincentenary perspectives",  History Workshop Journal, 36, 1993, 228-31.

43 

"The locked heart: the creole family romance of Wide Sargasso Sea", The Jean Rhys Review, VI, no. 1, 1993, 20‑36.

44  

"'The vaste and new world of America': English literature of discovery 1589-1852-1992", in A Literatura dos Descobrimentos: Identidade Nacional e Cultural em Relação ao Poder (1492-1992), João Pessoa: CCHLA-UFPB, 1993, pp. 26-31.

45     

"Islands of enchantment: extracts from a Caribbean travel diary" [reprint of 15], in Space & Place: Theories of Identity and Location, ed. Erica Carter, James Donald and Judith Squires, London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1994, pp. 111-28.

46     

"The atlantic world of Sacred Hunger",  New Left Review, 204 (March-April 1994), 138-44.

47     

(and Francis Barker and Margaret Iversen)  "Introduction" to Colonial Discourse / Postcolonial Theory, ed. F. Barker et al., Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1994, pp. 1-23.

48     

"The locked heart: the creole family romance of Wide Sargasso Sea" [same as 42], in Colonial Discourse / Postcolonial Theory, ed. F. Barker et al., Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1994, pp. 72-88.

49     

"Tales of distinction: European ethnography and the Caribbean", in Implicit Understandings: Observing, Reporting, and Reflecting on the Encounters between Europeans and Other Peoples in the Early Modern Era, ed. Stuart B. Schwartz, New York and London: Cambridge University Press, 1994, pp. 157-97.

50     

"Postcolonial theory and the representation of culture in the Americas", Ojo de Buey: Magazine Cultural, II, no. 3, 1994, 14-26.

51     

"Columbus and the cannibals" [partial reprint of 12] in The Post-Colonial Studies Reader, ed. Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin,  London and New York: Routledge, 1994, pp. 365-9.

52     

"The place of Wide Sargasso Sea", Wasafiri, 20, 1994, 5-11.

53     

"Elegy for a dying race: the Island Caribs and their visitors" [same as 39], in Wolves from the Sea: Readings in the An­thropology of the Native Caribbean, ed. Neil L. White­head, Leiden: KITLV Press, 1995, pp. 113-38.

54     

"Old worlds for new", Bulletin of Latin American Research, 14, no. 1, 1995, 63-70.

55     

Japanese translation of Colonial Encounters [28], Tokyo: Hosei University Press, 1995.

56     

"Including America", Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, 26, no. 1 (1995), 117-124.

57     

Rescuing Cuba: Adventure and Masculinity in the 1890s, Latin American Studies Center Series, no. 11, College Park: University of Maryland, 1996, 40pp.

58     

"La teoría poscolonial y la representación de la cultura en las Américas", Casa de las Américas, XXXVI, no. 202, 1996, 3-8 [trans. of 50].

59     

 "Survival and invention: indigeneity in the Caribbean", in Text and Nation: Cross-Disciplinary Essays on Cultural and National Identities, ed. Laura García Moreno and Peter C. Pfeiffer, Columbia SC: Camden House, 1996, pp. 48-64.

60     

"Postcolonial theory and the politics of locality: an approach to Wide Sargasso Sea", in A View of Our Own: Ethnocentric Perspectives in Literature, ed. Fadillah Merican et al., Malaysia: Fakulti Pengajian Bahasa, UKM, 1996, pp. 21-30.

61     

"El encuentro con Anacaona: Frederick Albion Ober y la historia del Caribe autóctono", in El Caribe Entre Imperios (Coloquio de Princeton), ed. Arcadio Díaz Quiñones (Op. Cit. Revista del Centro de Investigacions Históricas, no. 9, edición extraordinaria), Río Piedras: Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1997, pp. 75-109.

62     

"In the wake of Columbus: Frederick Ober"s ambulant gloss", Literature and History, 6, no. 2, 1997, 18-36.

63     

"Introduction", to Studies in Travel Writing, no. 1 (Papers from the Essex Symposium on "Writing Travels") (Spring 1997), 1-8.

64     

"The cannibal scene", in Cannibalism and the Colonial World, ed. F. Barker et al, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998, pp. 1-32.

65     

"Voice from the margins?: Walter Mignolo's The Darker Side of the Renaissance", Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 8, no. 2, 1999, 219-33.

66     

"Postcolonial theory and early America: an approach from the Caribbean", in Possible Pasts: Becoming Colonial in Early America, ed. Robert Blair St. George, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2000, pp. 33-48.

67     

"Reading from elsewhere: George Lamming and the paradox of exile" in "The Tempest" and Its Travels, ed. Peter Hulme and William H. Sherman, London: Reaktion Books, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000, pp. 220-35.

68     

Remnants of Conquest: The Caribs and Their Visitors, 1877-1998, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2000, 371pp.

69     

"Islands and roads: Hesketh Bell, Jean Rhys and Dominica's Imperial Road", The Jean Rhys Review, 11, no.2, 2000, 23-51.

70     

"Survival and invention: indigeneity in the Caribbean", in  Postcolonial Discourses: An Anthology, ed. Gregory Castle, Oxford: Blackwell, 2001, pp. 293-308 [reprint of 58]

71     

"Foreword" to Body Trade: Captivity, Cannibalism and Colonialism in the Pacific, ed. Barbara Creed and Jeanette Hoorn, Annandale: Pluto Press, 2001, pp. ix-xi.

72     

"Colombo e os canibais" [translation into Portuguese of chapter 1 of Colonial Encounters [28]), Revista História Social, nos. 8-9 (2001-2), 13-53.

73     

"Dire straits: ten leagues beyond", in Native Texts & Contexts: Essays with Post-Colonial Perspectives, ed. Fadillah Merican and Ruzy Suliza Hashim, Selangor Darul Ehsan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2002, pp. 29-40.

74 

"William Rees Williams in Dominica", The Jean Rhys Review, 12, no.1, 2002, 52-57.

75     

"Patagonian cases: travel writing, fiction, history", in Seuils & Traverses: Enjeux de l"écriture du voyage, vol. II, ed. Jan Borm, Brest: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique, 2002, pp. 223-37.

76     

[with Tim Youngs] "Introduction" to Cambridge Companion to Travel Writing, ed. Peter Hulme and Tim Youngs, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002, pp. 1-13.

77     

"Travelling to write", in Cambridge Companion to Travel Writing, ed. Peter Hulme and Tim Youngs, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002, pp. 87-101.

78    

"Ethnographic origins: St Vincent and Tasmania", in To the Islands: Australia and the Caribbean, ed. Russell McDougall, Australian Cultural History, no. 21 (2002), 53-60.

79     

"Schiffbrüchig. Die äuβersten Ränder der Erde", in Das Meer als kulterelle Kontaktzone, ed. Bernhard Klein and Gesa Mackenthun, Konstanz: UVK, 2003, pp. 319-335 (partial translation of 76).

80     

"Stormy weather: misreading the postcolonial Tempest", Early Modern Culture (http://eserver.org/emc/1-3/hulme.html (2003)).

81     

"Black, yellow, and white on St Vincent: Moreau de Jonnès's Carib ethnography", in The Global Eighteenth Century, ed. Felicity A. Nussbaum, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003, pp. 182-194.

82     

"Black, yellow, and white on St Vincent: Moreau de Jonnès"s Carib ethnography",  Sargasso, 2002-1: 85-104 [reprint of 81]

83     

"Cast away: The uttermost parts of the earth", in Sea Changes: Historicizing the Ocean, ed. Bernhard Klein and Gesa Mackenthun, New York: Routledge, 2004. pp. 187-201.

84     

"The silent language of the face: The perception of indigenous difference in travel writing about the Caribbean", in Perspectives on Travel Writing, ed. Glenn Hooper and Tim Youngs, London: Ashgate, 2004, pp. 85-98.

85     

"Strašna ožina – sto milj za svetom", Časopis za kritiko znanosti, XXXII, 2004, 106-114. [translation of 72 into Slovenian],

86     

"Undeveloped estates: Dominica and the landscape of the new imperialism", in Landscape and Empire, ed. Glenn Hooper, London: Ashgate, 2005, pp. 111-126.

87     

"Beyond the straits: Postcolonial allegories of the globe", in Postcolonial Studies and Beyond, ed. Ania Loomba, Suvir Kaul, Matti Bunzl, Antoinette Burton, and Jed Esty, Durham: Duke University Press, 2005, pp. 41-61.

88     

"Dominica and Tahiti: Tropical islands compared", in Tropical Visions in an Age of Empire, ed. Felix Driver and Luciana Martins, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005, pp. 77-90.

89     

"The Fatal Gift. Storie di fine impero", in Maschere dell"impero, ed. Elio di Piazza, Daniela Corona, and Marcella Romeo, Florence: Edizioni ETS, 2005, pp. 33-50.

90     

"The Malaspina Expedition" [review article], Studies in Travel Writing, 10, no. 1 (2006), 71-81.

91     

"Travesías a Oriente. Cuba en la encrucijada", Casa de las Américas, 244 (2006), 3-8 [http://www.casa.cult.cu/publicaciones/revistacasa/244/hulmer.pdf]

92     

[with Tim Youngs] Talking About Travel Writing: A Conversation between Peter Hulme and Tim Youngs, English Association Issues in English no. 8, Leicester: The English Association, University of Leicester, 2007, 23pp.

93     

"Oriente: towards a literary geography", in Caribbean Interfaces, ed. Lieven D’hulst et al., Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007, pp. 153-168.

94       

"The seeds of revolt: George Lamming and The Tempest", in The Locations of George Lamming, ed. Bill Schwarz, London: Macmillan, 2007, pp. 112-131.

95       

[with Russell McDougall] "Introduction" to Writing, Travel, and Empire: In the Margins of Anthropology, ed. Peter Hulme and Russell McDougall, London: I.B. Tauris, 2007, pp. 1-16.

96     

"Meditation on yellow: trade and indigeneity in the Caribbean", in Economies of Representation, 1790-2000: Colonialism and Commerce, ed. Leigh Dale and Helen Gilbert, London: Ashgate, 2007, pp. 3-26.

97    

"L'universo atlantico di Sacred Hunger", in Narrativa storica e riscrittura: saggi e interviste, ed. Daniela Corona, Valentina Castagna, and Sabina D"Alessandro, Palermo: Annali della Facultà di Lettere e Filosofia dell"Università di Palermo, 2007, pp. 37-46 [translation of 46].

98     

"Vključevanje Amerike", in Zbornik postkolonialnih študij, ed, Nikolai Jeffs, Ljubljana: Krtina, 2007, pp. 435-440 [translation of 56].

99     

"Under the Cuban Flag: Notions of indigeneity at the end of the nineteenth century", in Displacements and Transformations in Caribbean Cultures, ed. Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert and Ivette Romero-Cesareo, Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2008, pp. 49-76.

100  

"Postcolonial theory and the representation of culture in the Americas", in Coloniality at Large: Latin America and the Postcolonial Debate, ed. Mabel Moraña, Enrique Dussel, and Carlos A. Jáuregui, Durham: Duke UP, 2008, pp. 388-395 [reprint of 50]

101  

"Deep maps: travelling on the spot", in Travel Writing, Form, and Empire: The Poetics and Politics of Mobility", ed. Julia Kuehn and Paul Smethurst, New York: Routledge, 2008, pp. 132-147.

102  

"Graham Greene and Cuba: Our man in Havana?", New West Indian Guide, 82, nos. 3-4 (2008), 185-210.

103  

"Sunny tropic scenes: US travellers in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba", in American Travel Writing and Empire, ed. Susan Castillo and David Seed, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2009, pp. 149-173.

104  

"Expanding the Caribbean", in Perspectives on the ‘Other America’: Comparative Approaches to Caribbean and Latin American Culture, ed. Michael Niblett and Kerstin Oloff, Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2009, pp. 29-49.

105  

"Abject in Patagonia: Stories from the Wager", in Patagonia: Myths and Realities, ed. Fernanda Peñaloza, Jason Wilson and Claudio Canaparo, New York: Peter Lang, 2010, pp. 27-56.

106  

"Abject in Patagonia: Stories from the Wager", in Studies in Travel Writing, 15, no. 2 (2011), 135-156. [corrected version]

107  

"Message in a bottle: The geography of the Cuban revolutionary struggle", in Literature, Geography, Translation: Studies in World Writing, ed. Cecilia Alvstad, Stefan Helgesson and David Watson, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011, pp. 221-238.

108  

Cuba’s Wild East: A Literary Geography of Oriente, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2011, 425pp.

109  

"Writing on the Land: Cuba’s Literary Geography", Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, ns 37 (2012), 346-358.

110

“Remember the mane: A special poetic relationship, 1895–1904, Kunapipi, XXXIV, no.2, 2012, 55-68.       

111 “American Tropics, Transatlantica [online], 2 (2012), put online 2 May 2013: http://transatlantica.revues.org/6147.
112 “W. Adolphe Roberts and Jamaica, Jamaica Journal, 34, no. 3 (August 2013), 14-23.
113  “Across the tropic line: Reporters and spies in Cuba in times of strife”, in Agents of Transculturation: Border-Crossers, Mediators, Go-Betweens, ed. Sebastian Jobs and Gesa Mackenthun, Münster: Waxmann, 2013, pp. 245-262.
   

Translations

 

1        

"Tantalia" and "Towards a Theory of the Novel", in Macedonio Fernández, Macedonio: Selected Writings in Translation, ed. Jo Anne Engelbert, Fort Worth: Latitudes Press, 1984, pp. 30-35, 67-74.

2        

 "From New York to Moscow, via Paris" and "A Baseball Player, Machine-Gun Captain", by Nicolás Guillén, in Always Elsewhere: Travels of the Black Atlantic, ed. Alasdair Pettinger, London: Cassell, 1998, pp. 118-33, 185-87.

3        

"French Accounts of the Native Caribbean", in The Garifuna: A Nation Across Borders: Essays in Social Anthropology, ed. Joseph O. Palacio, Belize: Cubola Books, 2005, pp. 21-42.

 

 

Books edited

 

 

 

1            

(and Gordon Brotherston)  Borges: Ficciones, Harrap: London and New York, 1976, 228pp.

2          

(and F. Barker et al)  Literature, Society and the Sociology of Literature, University of Essex: Colchester, 1977, 179pp.

3            

(and F. Barker et al)  1848: The Sociology of Literature, University of Essex: Colchester, 1978, 290pp.

4            

(and F. Barker et al)  1936: The Sociology of Literature, 2 vols., University of Essex: Colchester, 1980, 296pp. and 398pp.

5            

(and F. Barker et al)  1642: Literature and Power in the Seventeenth Century, University of Essex: Colchester, 1981, 336pp.

6            

(and F. Barker et al)  1789: Reading Writing Revolution, University of Essex: Colchester, 1982, 323pp.

7            

(and F. Barker et al)  The Politics of Theory, University of Essex: Colchester, 1983, 264pp.

8            

(and F. Barker et al)  Confronting the Crisis: Politics, War and Culture in the "80s, University of Essex: Colchester, 1984, 165pp.

9          

(and F. Barker et al)  Europe and Its Others, 2 vols., University of Essex: Colchester, 1985, 193pp. and 200pp.

10         

(and F. Barker et al)  Literature, Politics, and Theory, Methuen: London and New York, 1986, 259pp.

11       

(and Ludmilla Jordanova)  The Enlightenment and Its Shadows, Routledge: London and New York, 1990, 232pp.

12         

(and Francis Barker and Margaret Iversen)  Uses of History: Marxism, Postmodernism and the Renaissance, Manchester University Press: Manchester; St. Martin"s Press: New York, 1991, 192pp.

13         

(and Neil Whitehead)  Wild Majesty: Encounters with Caribs from Columbus to the Present Day, Clarendon Press: Oxford and New York, 1992, 369pp.

14       

(and Francis Barker and Margaret Iversen)  Postmodernism and the Re‑reading of Modernity, Manchester University Press: Manchester and New York, 1992, 322pp.

15        

(and Francis Barker and Margaret Iversen)  Colonial Discourse / Postcolonial Theory, Manchester University Press: Manchester and New York, 1994, 288pp.

16           

(and Francis Barker and Margaret Iversen)  Cannibalism and the Colonial World, CUP: Cambridge, 1998, 314pp.

17           

(and Gordon Brotherston)  Jorge Luis Borges: Ficciones, 2nd. rev. ed. , London: Bristol Classical Press, 1999, 194pp.

18           

(and William H. Sherman)  "The Tempest" and Its Travels, London: Reaktion Books, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000, 319pp.

19           

(and Tim Youngs)  Cambridge Companion to Travel Writing, Cambridge and New York: CUP, 2002, 343pp.

20           

(and William H. Sherman)  William Shakespeare: The Tempest, A Norton Critical Edition, New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 2003, 355pp.

21          

(and Russell McDougall)  Writing, Travel, and Empire: In the Margins of Anthropology, London: I.B. Tauris, 2006, 248pp.

22           

"Alexander von Humboldt and America", Special issue of Studies in Travel Writing, vol. 15, no. 1 (February 2011), 116pp.

23           

"Cuba and Travel Writing", Special issue of Studies in Travel Writing, vol. 16, no. 4 (date), 135pp.

 

 

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