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BURTON, E.J., SCHOLEY, D. and WILLIAMS, P., 2014. Types, properties and processing of bio-based animal feed. In: K. WALDRON, ed., Advances in biorefineries: biomass and waste supply chain exploitation. Woodhead Publishing series in energy . Amsterdam: Woodhead Publishing. ISBN 9780857095213

WILLIAMS, P., 2013. 'Besiege your siege!': Mahmoud Darwish, representation, and the Siege of Beirut. In: C. ROONEY, ed., The ethics of representation in literature, art and journalism: transnational responses to the Siege of Beirut. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780415655996

SCHOLEY, D.V., WILLIAMS, P. and BURTON, E.J., 2013. Effect of carbohydrase enzymes on digesta viscosity of broiler chicks fed graded levels of a yeast protein concentrate. British Poultry Abstracts, 9 (1). ISSN 1746-6202

WILLIAMS, P., 2013. Postcolonialism & orientalism. In: G. NASH and S. HACKETT, eds., Postcolonialism and Islam: theory, literature, culture, society and film. Abingdon: Kerr-Koch, K. ISBN 9780415710572

WILLIAMS, P., 2012. 'No aesthetics outside my freedom' - politics & 'late style' in Mahmoud Darwish. Interventions, 14 (1), pp. 24-36. ISSN 1369-801X

WILLIAMS, P., 2012. Teaching the text of history: Ngugi and Sembene. In: O. LOVESEY, ed., Teaching Ngugi wa Thiong’o. New York: MLA.

SCHOLEY, D.V., WILLIAMS, P. and BURTON, E.J., 2012. Welfare implications for broiler chicks fed diets containing graded levels of potable alcohol yeast protein. In: Recent Advances in Animal Welfare Science III, UFAW Animal Welfare Conference, York Merchant Adventurers' Hall, York, 21 June 2012, York.

WILLIAMS, P., 2012. 'Writing the poetry of Troy': Mahmoud Darwish and the lyrical epic as postcolonial resistance genre. In: W. GOEBEL and S. SCHABIA, eds., Locating postcolonial narrative genres. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780415539609

WILLIAMS, P., 2011. Edward W. Said. In: G. RITZER and J. STEPNISKY, eds., New Blackwell companion to major social theorists, Vol. II. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 9781444330786

SCHOLEY, D., MORGAN, N., WILLIAMS, P. and BURTON, E., 2011. Effects of incorporating a novel bio-ethanol co-product in poultry diets on bird performance. British Poultry Abstracts, 7 (1), pp. 23-24. ISSN 1746-6202

SCHOLEY, D.V., WILLIAMS, P. and BURTON, E., 2011. Potential for alcohol co-products from potable and bioethanol sources as protein sources in poultry diets. British Poultry Abstracts, 7 (1), pp. 57-58. ISSN 1746-6202

WILLIAMS, P., 2011. Sartre's 'Morality and history': ethics for postcolonial times. In: A. OBOE and S. BASSI, eds., Experiences of freedom in postcolonial literatures and cultures. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 205-218. ISBN 9780415591928

WILLIAMS, P., 2011. 'An act of confidence in the freedom of men': Jean-Paul Sartre and Ousmane Sembene. In: J.P. BOULÉ and E. MCCAFFREY, eds., World cinema and existentialism. New York: Berghahn. ISBN 9780857453204

WILLIAMS, P., 2010. 'Outlines of a better world': rerouting postcolonialism. In: J. WILSON, C. SANDRU and S. LAWSON WELSH, eds., Rerouting the postcolonial: new directions for the new millennium. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 86-98. ISBN 9780415543255

WILLIAMS, P., 2009. Black looks/black light – Med Hondo’s Lumière noire. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 21 (1), pp. 33-42. ISSN 1369-6815

WILLIAMS, P., 2009. Roads to freedom: Sartre and anti-colonialism. In: C. FORSDICK and D. MURPHY, eds., Postcolonial thought in the francophone world. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 2009. What shall we do without exile?: the contradictions of 'return' in the Palestinian diaspora. In: M. KEOWN, D. MURPHY and J. PROCTER, eds., Comparing postcolonial diasporas. Palgrave Macmillan.

WILLIAMS, P., CLARKE, E. and SCHOLEY, D.V., 2009. The production of a high concentration yeast protein concentrate co-product from a bioethanol refinery. In: Proceedings of the 17th European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, Edinburgh, 2009, Edinburgh.

WILLIAMS, P., 2007. Gender and colonialism. In: F. MALTI-DOUGLAS, ed., Macmillan encyclopaedia of sex and gender. Thomson Gale.

WILLIAMS, P., 2007. 'No struggle but the home': James Hanley in the 1930s. In: M. MURPHY and D. REES-JONES, eds., Writing Liverpool. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

WILLIAMS, P. and MURPHY, D., 2007. Post-colonial African cinema. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 2007. Return to the source: Cabral and Flora Gomes. In: A. OBOE, ed., Rethinking the black Atlantic. Routledge.

WILLIAMS, P., 2006. 1960, Lagos and Nairobi: 'Things Fall Apart' and the 'Empire Writes Back'. In: B. MCHALE and R. STEVENSON, eds., Edinburgh companion to 20th literatures in English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 150-161. ISBN 748620117

WILLIAMS, P., 2006. Bodies of evidence - perspectives on African embodiment. In: E.D. OSÉ, ed., Olvida quién soy / Erase me from who I am. Gran Canaria: Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno.

WILLIAMS, P., 2006. Hondo & Fanon: the dialectics of liberation. In: A. OBOE, ed., SeaChanges: metamorphoses & migrations across the Atlantic. University of Padova Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 2006. Kim and orientalism. In: Kim. WW Norton.

WILLIAMS, P., CHILDS, P. and WEBER, J., 2006. Post-colonial theory and literatures: African, Caribbean & South Asian. Wissenschaftlicher Trier Verlag.

WILLIAMS, P., 2005. Ideology & narrative; dialogism; Marxism & narrative; heteroglossia; post-colonialism & narrative [encyclopaedia entries]. In: Routledge encyclopaedia of narrative theory. Routledge.

WILLIAMS, P., 2005. Significant corporeality: bodies and identities in Jackie Kay's fiction. In: K. SESAY, ed., Write black, write British. London: Hansib.

WILLIAMS, P., 2005. 'The space of the unsatisfied': Hanif Kurieshi and militant Islam. In: L. INNOCENTI, ed., The Orient and the Western canon in the 20th century. Malatesta.

WILLIAMS, P., 2004. Edward Said (1935-2003). Contemporary Literary Criticism, 21 (1), pp. 169-172.

WILLIAMS, P., 2004. Edward Said: the politics of knowledge. In: J. SIMONS, ed., Contemporary critical theorists: Lacan to Said. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 269-285. ISBN 748617205

WILLIAMS, P., 2004. 'Like wounded birds'?: Ngugi and the intellectuals. Contemporary Literary Criticism, 182.

WILLIAMS, P., 2004. The grudge of the other: resisting Ressentiment. In: M. FAZZINI, ed., Resisting alterities. Rodopi.

WILLIAMS, P., 2003. Faire peau neuve: Césaire, Memmi, Senghor, Fanon, Sartre. In: C. FORSDICK and D. MURPHY, eds., Francophone postcolonial studies. London: Arnold, pp. 181-191. ISBN 340808020

WILLIAMS, P. and MOREY, P., 2002. Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 10 (1), pp. 38-52.

WILLIAMS, P. and YOUSAF, N., 2002. Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 9 (1), pp. 33-46.

WILLIAMS, P. and YOUSAF, N., 2001. Colonial discours, postcolonial theory: 1998. In: The year's work in critical and cultural theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 22-34. ISBN 198508514

WILLIAMS, P. and YOUSAF, N., 2001. Colonial discours, postcolonial theory: 1999. In: The year's work in critical and cultural theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 33-46. ISBN 019851526X

WILLIAMS, P. and YOUSAF, N., 2001. Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 8 (1), pp. 22-34.

WILLIAMS, P., 2001. Entering and leaving modernity: utopia and dystopia in Mambety's Hyenes and Touki Bouki. In: W. EVERETT, ed., The seeing century: film, vision and identity. Rodopi.

WILLIAMS, P., 2001. My son the fanatic; Maureen Blackwood; Babymother; C.L.R. James; Farhana Sheikh [encyclopedia entries]. In: Companion to contemporary black British culture. Routledge.

WILLIAMS, P., 2001. Nothing in the post?: Said and the problem of post-colonial studies. In: H. KADHIM and B. ASHCROFT, eds., Edward Said and the post-colonial. Huntington: Nova Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 2000. Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 7. ISSN 1077-4254

WILLIAMS, P., 2000. Edward Said. London: Sage.

WILLIAMS, P., 2000. Theorising Imperialism and Modernism. In: H. BOOTH and N. RIGBY, eds., Modernism and Empire. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 2000. Versions of Orientalism. Paragraph, 23 (2), pp. 233-242.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. C.L.R. James [dictionary entry]. In: Dictionary of cultural theorists,. Sage.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 6.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Fanon: the routes of writing. In: S. HAIGH, ed., Carribean francophone literature. Oxford: Berg.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Ngugi wa Thiong'o. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Totally ideological. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 1 (2), pp. 282-285.

WILLIAMS, P., 1998. Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 5.

WILLIAMS, P., 1998. Imperial vision: anti-colonial revisions. Critical Survey, 10 (3), pp. 114-123.

WILLIAMS, P., 1998. 'Men performing badly...': masculinity in J.G.Farrell's novels of Empire. In: R. CRANE, ed., Critical essays on J.G. Farrell. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

WILLIAMS, P. and YOUSAF, N., 1997. Colonial discourse/postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Cultural and Critical Theory, 7 (1), pp. 42-51.

WILLIAMS, P., 1997. 'Like wounded birds'?: Ngugi and the intellectuals. Yearbook of English Studies, 27, pp. 201-218.

WILLIAMS, P., 1997. 'No struggle but the home': James Hanley in the 1930s. In: P. QUINN, ed., Recharting the 1930s. Associated University Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 1997. West African fiction. In: P. HYLAND and M. MSISKA, eds., Writing and Africa. London: Longman.

WILLIAMS, P. and YOUSAF, N., 1996. Colonial discourse/postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Cultural and Critical Theory, 6 (1), pp. 57-72.

WILLIAMS, P., 1996. Imaged Communities: black British film in the 80s and 90s. Critical Survey, 8 (1), pp. 3-13.

WILLIAMS, P., 1996. No direction home? Futures for post-colonial studies. Wasafiri (23), pp. 3-6.

WILLIAMS, P. and CHILDS, P., 1996. Post-colonial theory: a critical introduction. Longman/Pearson.

WILLIAMS, P., 1996. Triumph of the will? - an interview with Eddie George. Critical Survey, 8 (1), pp. 80-83.

WILLIAMS, P., 1995. Fredric Jameson; Pierre Macherey; Wole Soyinka; Paul Gilroy [encyclopaedia entries]. In: The A-Z guide to modern literary and cultural theorists. Harvester Wheatsheaf.

WILLIAMS, P., 1995. Inter-nationalism: diaspora and gendered identity in Farhana Sheikh's The Red Box. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 30 (1), pp. 45-54.

WILLIAMS, P., 1995. 'No woman is worth it...': Flora Annie Steel and the Indian Mutiny. In: E. TILLEY, L. PILKINGTON and S. RYDER, eds., Gender and colonialism. University of Galway Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 1995. Zones of contact: British cultural studies in the post-colonial context. ELT Notes.

WILLIAMS, P. and YOUSAF, N., 1994. Colonial discourse/postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Cultural and Critical Theory, 4 (1), pp. 124-135.

WILLIAMS, P., 1994. Regional identity / racial identity in Jackie Kay. Voz y Forma.

WILLIAMS, P., 1993. Colonial discourse. The Year's Work in English Studies.

WILLIAMS, P. and CHRISMAN, L., 1993. Colonial discourse and post-colonial theory : a reader. Columbia University Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 1993. Political correctness. In: V. SHEPHERD, ed., Aspects of communication. Birmingham: University of Aston.

WILLIAMS, P., 1993. Problems of post-colonialism. Paragraph, 16 (1).

WILLIAMS, P., 1992. Colonial discourse. The Year's Work in English Studies.

WILLIAMS, P., 1992. Teaching literary theory. PACE: SCEPCHE Newsletter.

WILLIAMS, P., INGRAM, A. and VISE, S., 1991. Pre-1945 literature. The Year's Work in English Studies.

WILLIAMS, P., 1990. James Hanley and the problem of working class commitment. Berichte.

WILLIAMS, P., 1989. Cultural coherence and contradiction in Yeats. In: D. MURRAY, ed., Literary theory and poetry: extending the canon. London: Batsford.

WILLIAMS, P., 1989. Difficult subjects: black British women poets. In: D. MURRAY, ed., Literary theory and poetry: extending the canon. London: Batsford.

WILLIAMS, P., 1989. Kim and orientalism. In: P. MALLETT, ed., Kipling considered. Basingstoke: Macmillan.

WILLIAMS, P., 1988. Deterritorialisation and black British writing. In: Proceedings of the 1988 HETE Conference.

WILLIAMS, P., 1988. Representation in the Raj Quartet. In: Proceedings of the 7th LTP Conference.

WILLIAMS, P., 1986. Colonial fiction and the notion of Britishness. Journal of Literature Teaching Politics, 5.

MILLS, S. and WILLIAMS, P., 1986. Political animals. Marxism Today.

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