‘Peter Fryer and the Politics of Black British History’, International Socialism, 172 (2021).

• ‘C.L.R. James, the Mass Strike of 1919 in Colonial Trinidad and The Case for West Indian Self-Government’, in Matt Perry (ed.) The Global Challenge of Peace: 1919 as a Contested Threshold to a New World Order, (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021).

• ‘C.L.R. James in South Wales’, Llafur: the Journal of Welsh People’s History, 13, 1 (2021).

• ‘The Red and the Black: C.L.R. James and the historical idea of world revolution’, The C.L.R. James Journal, 26, 1-2 (2021).

• ‘A.L. Morton and the Poetics of People’s History’, Socialist History, 58 (2020).

• ‘”Paris Today, Leeds Tomorrow!” Remembering 1968 in Leeds’ (with Max Farrar, Louise Lavender, Mike McGrath, Sarah Perrigo and Tom Steele), Northern History online 2020.

• ‘Globalising the Haitian Revolution in Black Paris: C.L.R. James, Metropolitan Anti-imperialism in Interwar France and the Writing of The Black Jacobins‘, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 48, 3 (2019).

• ‘”The Independence, Energy and Creative Talent of Carnival Can Do Other Wonders”: C.L.R. James on Carnival’, Caribbean Quarterly, 65, 4 (2019).

• ‘Whenever society is in travail liberty is born’: The mass strike of 1919 in colonial Trinidad’, in The Internationalisation of the Labour Question: Ideological Antagonism, Workers’ Movements and the ILO since 1919, edited by Stefano Bellucci and Holger Weiss. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).

• ‘Die Roten und die Schwarzen: C. L. R. James und die historische Idee der Weltrevolution’, Das Jahrbuch für Historische Kommunismusforschung (2019) [one for German readers]

• ‘An Interview with Joan Bellamy’, Leeds African Studies Bulletin 79 (2017/18).

‘Eric Hobsbawm’s histories’, International Socialism 157 (2018).

• ‘”The most striking West Indian creation between the wars”: C.L.R. James, the International African Service Bureau and Militant Pan-Africanism in Imperial Britain”, in Shane Pantin and Jerome Teelucksingh (eds.) Ideology, Regionalism and Society in Caribbean History (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017).

• ‘C.L.R. James, George Orwell and “Literary Trotskyism”‘, George Orwell Studies, 1, 2 (2017)

• ‘C.L.R. James and the British New Left’, Socialist History, 51 (2017).

•’“That Dreadful Country”: C. L. R. James’s Early Thoughts on American Civilization’,  Journal of American Studies, 51, 1 (2017).

‘The Leeds Black History Walk: An Interview with Joe Williams’, Leeds African Studies Bulletin, 78 (2016-17).

•’“What would an Athenian have thought of the day’s play?” C.L.R. James’s early cricket writings for The Manchester Guardian‘, Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 52, 3 (2016).

•‘”The Fever and the Fret”: C.L.R. James, the Spanish Civil War and the Writing of The Black Jacobins‘, Critique, 44, 1-2 (2016)

‘Remembering the Fifth Pan-African Congress’, Leeds African Studies Bulletin, 77 (2015-16).

‘Sergei Eisenstein and the Haitian Revolution: “The Confrontation Between Black and White Explodes Into Red”‘ (co-written with Charles Forsdick), History Workshop Journal, 78 (Autumn 2014).

• ‘Rufus E. Fennell: a literary Pan-Africanist in Britain’, Race & Class, 56, 1 (July 2014).

‘Black Jacobinism, Black Bolshevism, and the British Stage’, SXSalon: A Small Axe Literary Platform, 16 (May 2014).

• ‘The “Black International” as social movement wave: CLR James’ History of Pan-African Revolt’. In Marxism and Social Movements, edited by Colin Barker, Laurence Cox, John Krinsky and Alf Nilsen. Leiden: Brill, 2013, and Chicago: Haymarket, 2014.

‘A “Trot of the milder persuasion”: Raymond Challinor’s Marxism’, International Socialism, 141 (Winter 2014)

• ‘”A Kind of Bible of Trotskyism”’: Reflections on C.L.R. James’s World Revolution‘, The C.L.R. James Journal 19, 1&2 (Fall, 2013).

• ‘“We Lived According to the Tenets of Matthew Arnold”: Reflections on the “colonial Victorianism” of the young C.L.R. James’. Twentieth Century British History, 24, no. 2 (2013): 201-23.

• ‘C.L.R. James: Beyond Cricket’s Boundary’. In Capitalism and Sport: Politics, Protest, People and Play, edited by Michael Lavalette. London: Bookmarks, 2013.

‘A “Bohemian freelancer”? C.L.R. James, his early relationship to anarchism and the intellectual origins of autonomism’. In Libertarian Socialism: Politics in Black and Red, edited by Dave Berry, Ruth Kinna, Saku Pinta and Alex Prichard. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

• ‘Mariner, Renegade, Castaway: Chris Braithwaite, seamen’s organiser and Pan-Africanist’. Race & Class, 53, no. 2 (October, 2011): 36-57.

• ‘“A Thorn in the Side of Great Britain”: C.L.R. James and the Caribbean Labour Rebellions of the 1930s’. Small Axe, 35 (July, 2011): 24-42.

• ‘Brian Pearce (1915-2008)’. History Workshop Journal, 69 (Spring, 2010): 287-91.

‘C.L.R. James and the Black Jacobins’. International Socialism, 126 (2010): 95-120.

• ‘Brixton Riots, 1981’ and ‘Notting Hill Riots, 1958’. In The International Encyclopaedia of Revolution and Protest, edited by Immanuel Ness. Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.

‘The prophet and Black Power: Trotsky on race in the US’, International Socialism, 121 (Winter 2009).

• ‘Facing post-colonial reality? C.L.R. James, the black Atlantic and 1956’, in Keith Flett (ed.), 1956 and All That, (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007).

‘C.L.R. James: the revolutionary as artist’, International Socialism, 112 (Autumn 2006).

‘Beyond the Boundary of Leninism? C.L.R. James and 1956’, Revolutionary History, 9, 3 (2006).

‘C.L.R. James and Italy’s Conquest of Abyssinia’, Socialist History, 28 (2006).


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