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Ward, James (2016) Foreword. In: Christopher J. Fauske, Louis MacNeice: In a Between World. Irish Academic Press, Sallins, viii-xii. ISBN 9781911024095 [Book section]

Ward, James (2016) Glorious Luminary. Dublin Review of Books, Dublin Review of Books, 0 pp [Internet publication]

Ward, James (2016) This Life a Long Disease: Jonathan Swift, Satire and Misanthropy. In: Space to Think: Ten Years of the Dublin Review of Books. Dublin Review of Books, Dublin, pp. 125-134. ISBN 9780995458628 [Book section]


Ward, James (2015) Remember 1688? The Draughtsman's Contract, the 'Glorious Revolution' and Public Memory. In: Film, History and Memory. (Eds: Carlsten, Jennie and McGarry, Fearghal), Palgrave, pp. 134-150. ISBN 978–1–137–46894–9 [Book section]

Ward, James (2015) 'Seulement le passé': la Révolution anglaise a l’écran au XXIe siècle. In: Révoltes et revolutions à l’écran: Europe moderne, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle. (Eds: Haffemayer, Stéphane), Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, pp. 35-48. ISBN 9782753540712 [Book section]


Ward, James (2014) This Life a Long Disease. Dublin Review of Books, Four Courts Press, 0 pp [Internet publication]


Ward, James (2013) Pamphlets into Rags: Swift on Paper. In: Reading Swift: Papers form the Sixth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift. Wilhelm Fink, Munich, pp. 339-350. ISBN 9783770554300 [Book section]


Ward, James (2012) Rereading Hogarth and Pope: Authenticity and Academic Fictions of the Eighteenth Century. In: Reading Historical Fiction: The Revenant and Remembered Past. (Eds: Mitchell, Kate and Parsons, Nicola), Palgrave, Basingstoke, pp. 67-84. ISBN 0230343139 [Book section]

Ward, James (2012) Lost Cause: Hume, Causation, and Rasselas. In: Reading 1759: Literary Culture in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain and France. (Eds: Regan, Shaun), Bucknell University Press, Lewisburg, pp. 149-168. ISBN 1611484782 [Book section]


Ward, James (2011) ‘Personations: The Political Body in Jonathan Swift’s Fiction’. Irish University Review, 41 (1). pp. 40-53. [Journal article]


Ward, James (2010) ‘Brass Money and Wooden Shoes: Transmuting Anti-Catholic Rhetoric in Swift’s Drapier’s Letters’. Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dá chultúr, 24 . pp. 82-97. [Journal article]


Ward, James (2009) 'Pastures and Masters: Swift the Pastor and the Politics of Pastoral'. In: Swift as Priest and Satirist. (Eds: Parker, Todd C.), University of Delaware Press, Newark, pp. 147-163. ISBN 978-0874130447 [Book section]


Ward, James (2008) ‘London is all waste: Rubbish in Patrick Keiller’s Robinson Films’. SubStance, 37 (2). 78 -93. [Journal article]


Ward, James (2007) ‘Bodies for Sale: Marketing A Modest Proposal’. Irish Studies Review, 15 . pp. 283-294. [Journal article]


Ward, James (2006) ‘Which Crisis? A Modest Proposal and the Politics of Distress’. Swift Studies, 21 . pp. 76-86. [Journal article]


Ward, James (2005) “‘A Dialogue in Hibernian Stile”: Controlling Language and Constructing History in Early Eighteenth-Century Ireland’. In: Ireland: Space, Text, Time. (Eds: Whelan, Yvonne, Harte, Liam and Crotty, Patrick), Liffey Press, Dublin, pp. 93-102. ISBN 1-904148-83-2 [Book section]

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