Matthew GIBSON

Programme Coordinator of Master in English Studies

Books

  • Gibson, M. (2000) Yeats, Coleridge and the Romantic Sage.London: Macmillan Press; New York: St Martin’s Press.
  • Gibson, M. (2006) Dracula and the Eastern Question: British and French Vampire Narratives of the Nineteenth Century Near East. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mann, N., M. Gibson and C. Nally (eds.). (2012) W.B. Yeats’s A Vision: Explications and Contexts. Clemson SC: Clemson University Digital Press.
  • Gibson, M. (2013) The Fantastic and European Gothic: History, Literature and the French Revolution. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Gibson, M. & P. Tew (eds.). (2013) Radicalising the Critical Space: Critical Engagements.
  • Gibson, M. & N. Mann (eds.). (2016) Yeats, Philosophy, and the Occult. Clemson SC: Clemson University Press.
  • Gibson, M. and S.L. Mueller (eds). (2018) Bram Stoker and the Late Victorian World. Clemson SC: Clemson University Press [in association with Liverpool University Press].

Articles and Book Chapters

  • Gibson, M. (1995) ‘What Empty Eyeballs Knew’: Zen Buddhism in Yeats’s ‘The Statues’ and the ‘Principles’ of A Vision. In W. Gould (ed.) Yeats Annual 11, pp. 141-57.
  • Gibson, M. (1998) Satori in Yeats’s ‘Stream and Sun at Glendalough.’ Irish University Review 28(1), pp. 28-36.
  • Gibson, M. (1998) Structuralism. In Maria Edelson (ed.) Approaches to Literary Theory. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, pp. 72-93.
  • Gibson, M. (1998) On Derrida and Deconstruction. In Maria Edelson (ed.) Approaches to Literary Theory. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, pp. 94-105.
  • Gibson, M. (1998) W.B. Yeats and the Upanishads. In The Image of India in Literature and Film. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, pp.61-9.
  • Gibson, M. (2001) Yeats and idealism: the philosophy of light. In W. Gould (ed.) Yeats Annual 14, pp. 284-97.
  • Gibson, M. (2002) Yeats, Kant and Giovanni Gentile: the single gyre of time and space. In W. Gould (ed.) Yeats Annual 15, pp.313-25.
  • Gibson, M. (2003) Magical romanticism: Yeats’s absorption of romantic writers into fin-de-siècle Movements. In Maria Joao Pires and Filomena Vasconcelos (Eds.) I Encontro de Estudos Romanticos 21/3/02. Porto: Eduardo & Nogueira, pp. 12-25.
  • Gibson, M. (2004) Bram Stoker and the Treaty of Berlin. Gothic Studies 6(2), 236-51.
  • Gibson, M. (2006, June 6) Vampires and vampire fiction. Entry for Literary Encyclopedia.
  • Gibson, M. (2007) Jane Cranstoun: A possible inspiration for Le Fanu’s Carmilla. Le Fanu Studies. 2:2.
  • Gibson, M. (2007) The morning star is the evening star: logical Positivism in Beckett’s Ill Seen, Ill Said. Critical Engagements 1:2, 79-90.
  • Gibson, M. (2008) ‘Publishing under the yoke: A short history of the Bulgarian book from Paisy of Hilendar to Peyo Yavorov’. In R. Fraser and M. Hammond (Eds.) Books without Borders: the International Dimension in Book History. New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 38-54.
  • Gibson, M. (2010) Yeats and Classical Philosophy. In D. Holdeman and B. Levitas (eds.), W. B. Yeats in Context.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.276-87.
  • Gibson, M. (2010) Dracula and the Eastern Question. In T. J. Garza (ed.) The Vampire in Slavic Culture San Diego: Cognella, 2010, pp. 337-48.
  • Gibson, M. (2011) Contradictory images: the Conflicting Influences of Bergson and James on T.E. Hulme, and their Consequences for Imagism. Review of English Studies 62 (254): 275-95.
  • Gibson, M. (2012) ‘Timeless and Spaceless’? Yeats’s Search for Models of Interpretation in Post-Enlightenment Philosophy, Contemporary Anthropology and Art History, and the Effect of these Theories on ‘The Completed Symbol,’ ‘The Soul in Judgement’ and ‘The Great Year of the Ancients’ . In N. Mann, M. Gibson and C. Nally (eds.) W. B. Yeats’s A Vision: Explications and Contexts. Clemson University Digital Press, pp.97-135.
  • Gibson, M. and P. Tew (2013) Introduction. In Gibson, M. and P. Tew (eds.) Radicality: Critical Engagements 6:1 (A Special Edition). London: Modern and Contemporary Fiction Studies Network. pp. 13-29.
  • Gibson, M. (2013) ‘A Surplus of Signification’: the problems of ontology in Derrida’s deconstruction of the Saussurean sign. In M.Gibson and P. Tew (eds.) Radicalising the Critical space. Critical Engagements 6:1.
  • Gibson, M. (2013) Baudelaire, Charles. In W.Hughes, D. Punter and A. Smith (Eds.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Gothic.2 vols. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, I 61-4.
  • Gibson, M. (2013) Nodier, Charles. In W. Hughes, D. Punter and A. Smith (Eds.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Gothic. 2 vols .Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, II 473-77.
  • Gibson,M. (2016) “Mensonge”: The rejection of Enlightenment in the unreliable “Souvenirs” of Charles Nodier. Gothic Studies 18:1. Ed. William Hughes. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 34-56.
  • Gibson, M. and N. Mann (2016) Introduction , in M. Gibson and N. Mann (Eds.) Yeats, Philosophy, and the Occult. Clemson SC: Clemson University Press (an imprint of Liverpool University Press). pp. 1-10.
  • Gibson, M. (2016) Yeats, Pierre Duhem, and the Great Year. In M.Gibson and N. Mann (Eds.). Yeats, Philosophy and the Occult. Clemson SC: Clemson University Press. pp. 171-223.
  • Gibson, M. (2016) Appendix II: Yeats’s Reading of Leo Frobenius’s The Voice of Africa (1913). in M. Gibson and Neil Mann (eds.) Yeats, Philosophy, and the Occult. Clemson SC: Clemson University Press. pp. 305-325.
  • Gibson, M. (2016) ‘“No room for the root-clutch”: Influence and Echoes from T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land in Ezra Pound’s “Eighth Canto” (1922) and its Preliminary, Typescript Drafts.’ Paideuma 43: 167-189.
  • Gibson, M. (2017) ‘Dracula and the East’. In R. Luckhurst (Ed.). The Cambridge Companion to Dracula. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 95-103.
  • Gibson, M. (2018) ‘Cities of Destruction: Bunyan’s The Pilgrims’ Progress in the Dystopian Visions of Huxley and Orwell.’ Extrapolation 59:2: 124-148.
  • Gibson, M. (2018) ‘The Impress of the Visual and Scenic Arts on the Fiction of Bram Stoker.’ In M. Gibson and S.L. Mueller (Eds.). Bram Stoker and the Late Victorian World. Clemson: Clemson University Press [in association with Liverpool University Press]. pp. 51-73.
  • Gibson, M. and W. Hughes (eds.). (2018) ‘Coda: an Unpublished Letter from Bram Stoker to Laurence Hutton.’ In M Gibson and S.L. Mueller (Eds.). (2018). Bram Stoker and the Late Victorian World. Clemson: Clemson University Press [in association with Liverpool University Press]. pp. 215-217; 253-54.
  • Gibson, M. and S.L. Mueller. ‘Preface.’ In M. Gibson and S.L. Mueller (eds.). (2018). Bram Stoker and the Late Victorian World. Clemson: Clemson University Press [in association with Liverpool University Press] . pp. 1-5.
  • Gibson, M. (2020). ‘Yeats, Noh Theatre, and the Traditions of Asia.’ In Katrine K. Wong (ed). . Eastern and Western Synergies and Imaginations: Texts and Histories. Leiden and Boston: Brill. pp. 186-215.
  • Gibson M. (2021). ‘Time and Space in Fantastic Theory and Fiction of Charles Nodier’s Trilby.’ In David Punter and C. Bruna Mancini (eds.). Space(s) of the Fantastic: a Twenty-First Century Manifesto. London and New York, Routledge. pp. 54-69.

Reviews

  • Gibson, M. (1998) Review of Adams, Hazard. (1996) The Book of Yeats’s Vision. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.MLR: Yearbook of English Studies 28, 806-7.
  • Gibson, M. (1999) Review of Larrissy, Edward. (1997) (Ed.) W.B. Yeats: a Critical edition of the Major Works.Oxford University Press, and Larrissy, Edward. (1997) W.B. Yeats. “Writers and their Work” Series. Plymouth: Northcote. Irish Studies Review 7(2), 273-75.
  • Gibson, M. (1999) Review of Conger, S. M. et al. (1997) Iconoclastic Departures: Mary Shelley After Frankenstein. London: Associated University Presses”. MLR: Yearbook of English Studies 30, 323-59.
  • Gibson, M. (1999) Review of Boss, Michael & Westarp, Karl-Heinz. (1998) Ireland: towards New Identities. Denmark: Aarhus University Press. Irish Studies Review 7(3), 377-8.
  • Gibson, M. (2000) Review of Matthews, Steven. (2000) Yeats as Precursor: Readings in Irish, British and American Poetry. London: Macmillan, and Conner, Lester I. (1998) A Yeats Dictionary: Persons and Places in the Poetry of William Butler Yeats. New York: Syracuse University Press. Irish Studies Review 8 (3), 393-5.
  • Gibson, M. (2016). Review of Sheils, Barry. (2015). W. B. Yeats and World Literature: The Subject of Poetry. Farnham and Burlington VT.: Ashgate, 2015. The Review of English Studies, 67: 282, 1918-1020.