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Beeston, Alix 2021. A history of shapes. Book review of "No Document" by Anwen Crawford (2021). Sydney Review of Books

Beeston, Alix 2020. A ghost with a camera. Post45

Beeston, Alix 2020. Fingers stained with fruit and ink. Rev. of Ellena Savage, Blueberries (Text Publishing/Scribe, 2020). [Online]. Writing and Society Research Centre. Available at:

Beeston, Alix 2020. The Watch-bitch now: Reassessing the natural woman in Han Kang's The Vegetarian and Charlotte Wood's The Natural Way of Things. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 45 (3) , pp. 679-702. 10.1086/706472

Beeston, Alix, Kingston-Reese, Alexandra and Kindey, Cadence 2020. On Instagram: an intimate, immediate conversation. ASAP/J

Beeston, Alix 2019. Working the trap. Introduction to Special Conference Cluster, Modernist #MeToo and the working woman. Feminist Modernist Studies 2 (3) , pp. 304-313. 10.1080/24692921.2019.1668184

Beeston, Alix 2019. Looking like a modernist. Modernism/modernity Print Plus 4 (2) , -.

Beeston, Alix 2019. The sound of loss. Docalogue , -.

Dowling, Sarah, Colesworthy, Rebecca, Rydstrand, Helen and Beeston, Alix 2019. Opening the book, part II. [Online]. Modernism/modernity Print Plus. Available at:

Beeston, Alix 2019. Still Modernism: Photography, Literature, Film by Louise Hornby [Book Review]. Modernism/modernity 26 (1) , pp. 219-222. 10.1353/mod.2019.0010

Beeston, Alix 2018. From early photography to the Instagram age. [Online]. Oxford: Oxford University Press Blog. Available at:

Beeston, Alix 2018. The Rock on top: From King Kong to Dwayne Johnson's Skyscraper. [Online]. Los Angeles Review of Books. Available at:

Beeston, Alix 2018. Object women: A history of women in photography. [Online]. Instagram. Available at:

Beeston, Alix 2018. Object women: looking again at women in photography. Wales Arts Review

Beeston, Alix 2018. Looking again at women in photography. [Online]. George Eastman Museum. Available at:

Beeston, Alix 2018. In and out of sight: Modernist writing and the photographic unseen. Modernist Literature and Culture, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Beeston, Alix 2017. Icons of depression. Arizona Quarterly 73 (2) , pp. 1-36. 10.1353/arq.2017.0007

Beeston, Alix 2017. Images in crisis: Three Lives's vanishing women. Modernism/modernity 2 (2) 10.26597/mod.0006

Beeston, Alix 2016. A "leg show dance" in a skyscraper: The sequenced mechanics of John Dos Passos's Manhattan Transfer. PMLA 131 (3) , pp. 636-651. 10.1632/pmla.2016.131.3.636

Beeston, Alix 2015. What do we love when we love books by dead authors? The Conversation Australia 2015 (July 2)

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