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AITKEN, Robbie (2018). Embracing Germany: interwar German society and Black Germans through the eyes of African-American reporters. Journal of American Studies, 52 (2), 447-473.

ALISON, Twells (2016). Women at the intersection of the local and the global in schools and community history in Britain since the 1980s. In: CLARE, Midgley, ALISON, Twells and JULIE, Carlier, (eds.) Women in transnational history : connecting the local and the global. Women's and Gender History . Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge, 180-200.

ANDERSON, Susan (2017). Review of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar (directed by Robert Hastie for Sheffield Theatres) at the Crucible, 31 May 2017. Shakespeare, 13 (4), 353-355.

ANDERSON, Susan L. (2017). Echo and Meaning on Early Modern English Stages. Palgrave studies in music and literature . Cham, Palgrave.


BELL, Alice and ENSSLIN, Astrid (2018). Digital fiction and unnatural narrative. In: DINNEN, Zara and WARHOL, Robyn, (eds.) The Edinburgh companion to contemporary narrative theories. Edinburgh companions to literature and the humanities . Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid, VAN DER BOM, Isabelle and SMITH, Jen (2018). Immersion in digital fiction. International Journal of Literary Linguistics, 7 (1).

BELL, Henry (2018). ‘Speak at this’: An approach to the completion of speech acts during interactive Shakespeare performances in schools. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 9 (2), 158-173.

BELL, Henry and MCCORMACK, Bryan (2018). Image theatre: Transforming perspectives through embodied responses to refugee drawings in Yesterday/Today/Tomorrow (Traceability is Credibility) at the 2017 Venice Biennale. Research in Drama Education, 23 (2), 298-319.

BLACK, Jack (2018). The subjective and objective violence of terrorism: analysing “British values” in newspaper coverage of the 2017 London Bridge attack. Critical Studies on Terrorism.

BOULTER, Ryan (2017). The Steel City and the Iron Lady, 1979-85. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University.

BROWSE, Sam (2017). Between truth, sincerity, and satire: Post-truth politics and the rhetoric of sincerity. In: VAN DEN AKKER, Robin, GIBBONS, Alison and VERMEULEN, Timothy, (eds.) Metamodernism : Historicity, Affect and Depth after Postmodernism. New York, Rowman and Littlefield, 167-182.

BROWSE, Sam (2018). From functional to cognitive grammar in stylistic analysis of Golding’s The Inheritors. Journal of Literary Semantics, 47 (2), 121-146.

BROWSE, Sam (2014). Resonant Metaphor in Kazuo Ishiguro’s ‘Never Let Me Go'. In: HARRISON, Chloe, NUTTALL, Louise, STOCKWELL, Peter and YUAN, Wenjuan, (eds.) Cognitive Grammar in Literature. Linguistic Approaches to Literature (17). Amsterdam, John Benjamins, 69-82.

BROWSE, Sam (2016). Revisiting Text World Theory and extended metaphor: Embedding and foregrounding metaphor in the text-worlds of the 2008 financial crash. Language & Literature, 25 (1), 18-37.

BROWSE, Sam (2016). 'This is not the end of the world’: situating metaphor in the text-worlds of the 2008 British Financial Crisis. In: GAVINS, Joanna and LAHEY, Ernestine, (eds.) World Building: Discourse in the Mind. Advances in Stylistics . London, Bloomsbury, 183-203.

BUSER, Michael, PAYNE, Thomas, DUDLEY, Lyze and EDIZEL, Özlem (2018). Blue space as caring space – water and the cultivation of care in social and environmental practice. Social and Cultural Geography.


CADMAN, Daniel (2017). 'Constant in any undertaking': Writing the Lipsian State in Measure for Measure. In: HALSEY, Katie and VINE, Angus, (eds.) Shakespeare and Authority: Citations, Conceptions and Constructions. Houndmills, Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

CADMAN, Daniel (2017). '“To fashion grounds, from whence artes might be coyn’d”: Commerce and the Postlapsarian State in Greville’s Poetry'. Sidney Journal, 35 (1-2), 119-141.

CHETA, Arun Kumar (2019). Thomas Nashe and the Idea of the Author. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

CLARK, Jodie (2016). Selves, bodies and the grammar of social worlds : reimagining social change. Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse . London, Palgrave.

COX, Katharine (2014). Becoming James Bond: Daniel Craig, rebirth, and refashioning masculinity in Casino Royale (2006). Journal of Gender Studies, 23 (2), 184-196.

COX, Katharine (2008). "I was in a red forest and she was leading me home": Representation of the maze and labyrinth in Jeanette Winterson's The Passion. Critical engagements: a journal of criticism and theory, 2 (1), 111-136.

COX, Katharine (2011). 'Imagine Dust with a capital letter': interpreting the social and cultural contexts for Philip Pullman's transformation of dust. In: BARFIELD, Steven and COX, Katharine, (eds.) Critical perspectives on Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials essays on the novels, the film and the stage productions. Jefferson, McFarland, 126-142.

COX, Katharine (2009). Knotting up the cat's cradle: Exploring time and space in Jeanette Winterson's novels. In: SONMEZ, Margaret J-M and OZYURT KILIC, Mine, (eds.) Winterson narrating time and space. Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars, 50-64.

COX, Katharine (2009). Poststructuralism and postmodernism. In: COCKIN, Katharine and MORRISON, Jago, (eds.) The Post-War British Literature Handbook. Literature and culture handbooks . London, Continuum, 125-130.

COX, Katharine (2013). Textual crossings: transgressive devices in Iain (M.) Banks’ fiction. In: COLEBROOK, Martyn and COX, Katharine, (eds.) The transgressive Iain Banks: essays on a writer beyond borders. McFarland, 87-99.

COX, Katharine (2006). What has made me? Locating mother in the textual labyrinth of Mark Z. Danielewski's 'House of Leaves'. Critical Survey, 18 (2), 4-15.

COX, Katharine and JORDAN, Spencer (2013). Philip Pullman’s Oxford: representations of the city of Oxford in His Dark Materials and Lyra’s Oxford. Journal of Children's Literature Studies, 9 (2), 19-30.

COX, Katharine and JORDAN, Spencer (2013). Reading Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials: A Special Edition of the Journal of Children’s Literature Studies. In: CARRINGTON, Bridget and PINSENT, Pat, (eds.) The final chapters: Concluding papers of the journal of children's literature studies. Trowbridge, Wizards Tower Press.


EARLE, Harriet (2017). Comics, trauma, and the new art of war. Jackson, MS, University Press of Mississippi.

EARLE, Harriet (2018). Conflict then; trauma now : reading Vietnam across the decades in American comics. European Journal of American Culture, 37 (2), 159-172.

EARLE, Harriet (2017). “A Convenient Place for Inconvenient People”: madness, sex and the asylum in American Horror Story. The Journal of Popular Culture, 50 (2), 259-275.

EARLE, Harriet (2016). Creating the traumatic body : female genitals as wounds in Antichrist. Film International, 14 (1), 35-43.

EARLE, Harriet (2017). Epistemic Breaks, Post-9/11 Trauma, and Siri Hustvedt. ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and Reviews, 30 (3), 198-202.

EARLE, Harriet (2016). Strange migrations: an essay/interview with Shaun Tan. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 52 (4), 385-398.

EARLE, Harriet (2018). A new face for an old fight: Reimagining Vietnam in Vietnamese-American graphic memoirs. Studies in Comics, 9 (1), 87-105.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2018). ^ Cat. Queen Mob's Teahouse.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2018). The Danger is Flex. Roman Books.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2018). (Five Poems): ‘Cistern 1‘; ‘Cistern 2’; ‘Flit’; ‘I thought that things improve’; ‘The Vacuous Twat’. Angry old man: A magazine of experimental art and poetry (5).

EARNSHAW, Steve (2018). Rats! Matter 2018.

EARNSHAW, Steven (2018). The Existential Drinker. Other. Manchester, Manchester University Press.

EARNSHAW, Steven (2017). Wooden Leg. [Image]

EHRENREICH, Andreas (2017). "After the sex wave the hex wave?": the German marketing of MARK OF THE DEVIL. Cine-Excess eJournal.

ESCOTT, Hugh and PAHL, Kate (2017). Learning from Ninjas: young people’s films as a lens for an expanded view of literacy and language. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 1-13.


GIBBONS, Alison (2018). Autonarration, 'I', and odd address in Ben Lerner's autofictional novel 10.04. In: GIBBONS, Alison and MACRAE, Andrea, (eds.) Pronouns in literature: Positions and perspectives in language. Palgrave Macmillan, 75-96.

GIBBONS, Alison (2016). Building Hollywood in Paddington: Text world theory, immersive theatre, and Punchdrunk's the drowned man. In: GAVINS, Joanna and LAHEY, Ernestine, (eds.) World building: Discourse in the mind. Bloomsbury academic, 71-89.

GIBBONS, Alison (2017). Contemporary autofiction and metamodern affect. In: VAN DEN AKKER, Robin, GIBBONS, Alison and VERMEULEUN, Timotheus, (eds.) Metamodernism: Historicity, affect, and depth after postmodernism. Radical Cultural Studies . London, Rowman & Littlefield International, 117-130.

GIBBONS, Alison (2015). Creativity and multimodal literature. In: JONES, Rodney H, (ed.) Routledge handbook of language and creativity. Abingdon, Routledge, 293-306.

GIBBONS, Alison (2018). Entropology and the end of nature in Lance Olsen’s Theories of Forgetting. Textual practice, 33 (2), 280-299.

GIBBONS, Alison (2017). Metamodern affect. In: VAN DEN AKKER, Robin, GIBBONS, Alison and VERMEULEN, Timotheus, (eds.) Metamodernism: Historicity, Affect, and Depth after Postmodernism. Radical Cultural Studies . London, Rowman & Littlefield International, 83-86.

GIBBONS, Alison (2008). Multimodal literature 'moves' us: dynamic movement and embodiment in VAS: An opera In flatland. Hermes journal of language and communication in business,, 41, 107-124.

GIBBONS, Alison (2014). Multimodality in literature: An analysis of Jonathan Safran Foer's 'A primer for the punctuation of heart disease'. In: NORRIS, Sigrid and MAIER, Carmen Daniela, (eds.) Interactions, images, and texts: A reader in multimodality. Boston, De Gruyter Mouton, 371-380.

GIBBONS, Alison (2010). Narrative worlds and multimodal figures in house of leaves: "-find your own words; I have no more". In: GRISHAKOVA, Marina and RYAN, Marie-Laure, (eds.) Intermediality and Storytelling. De Gruyter, 285-311.

GIBBONS, Alison (2017). Reading S across media: transmedia storyworlds, multimodal fiction, and real readers. Narrative, 25 (3), 321-341.

GIBBONS, Alison (2017). "Take that you intellectuals" and "KaPOW!": Adam Thirlwell and the metamodernist future of style. In: FJELLESTAD, Danuta and WATSON, David, (eds.) The futures of the present: New directions in (American) literature. Abingdon, Routledge, 29-43.

GIBBONS, Alison (2014). Tension, style and the modern psyche: A stylistic analysis of Philip Zimmermann's high tension. The blue notebook: Journal for artists’ books, 8 (2), 6-13.

GIBBONS, Alison (2011). This is not for you. In: BRAY, Joe and GIBBONS, Alison, (eds.) Mark Z. Danielewski. Manchester University Press, 17-32.

GIBBONS, Alison (2012). "You were there": The allways ontologies of only revolutions. In: POHLMANN, Sascha, (ed.) Revolutionary leaves: The fiction of Mark Z. Danielewski. Newcastle Upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 167-182.

GIBBONS, Alison (2012). “You’ve never experienced a novel like this”: Time and interaction when reading TOC. Electronic book review.

GIBBONS, Alison (2015). An interview with Adam Thirlwell. Contemporary Literature, 55 (4), 611-634.

GIBBONS, Alison and WHITELEY, Sara (2018). Contemporary stylistics: Language, cognition, interpretation. Edinburgh University Press.

GIOVANELLI, Marcello and MASON, Jessica (2018). Reading, Readers and English. English in Education, 52 (1), 2-4.

MUNDYE, Charles, ed. (2016). Robert Graves, war poems. Bridgend, Seren.


HALL, Sheldon (2018). Going to the Gaumont. Picture House (42), 50-67.

HAMILTON, Douglas (2019). Brothers in arms: Crossing imperial boundaries in the eighteenth-century Dutch West Indies. In: BARCZEWSKI, Stephanie and FARR, Martin, (eds.) The MacKenzie moment and imperial history: Essays in honour of John M MacKenzie. Britain and the world . Basingstoke, Palgrave.

HAMILTON, Douglas (2017). 'A most active, enterprising officer': Captain John Perkins, the Royal Navy and the boundaries of slavery and liberty in the Caribbean. Slavery and Abolition, 39 (1), 80-100.

HAMILTON, Douglas J (2014). 'Defending the colonies against malicious attacks of philanthropy': Scottish campaigns against the abolitions of the slave trade and slavery. In: MACINNES, Allan I and HAMILTON, Douglas J, (eds.) Jacobitism, enlightenment and empire, 1680-1820. Political and popular culture in the early modern period (8). London, Pickering & Chatto, 193-208.

HAWKE, Gary and SINGLETON, John (2016). State and Central Bank in New Zealand. In: FEIERTAG, Olivier and MARGAIRAZ, Michel, (eds.) Les Banques Centrales et l'Ētát-Nation. Collection de la Mission Historique de la Banque de France . Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 213-230.

HEALEY, Joan, HOPKINS, Chris, MCCLIMENS, Alex and PEPLOW, David (2017). The potential therapeutic benefits of reading poetry to nursing home residents : the road less travelled? Journal of Poetry Therapy, 30 (3), 153-165.

HEATON, Caroline (2017). Julius Caesar, performed by Sheffield Theatres at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, UK, 24th May 2017. Early modern literary studies, 19 (2).

HOPKINS, Chris (2017). Hiraeth and ambiguous pastorals : Wales, England, and rural modernities between the Wars. In: BLUEMEL, Kristin and MCCLUSKEY, Michael, (eds.) Rural Modernity in Britain : A Critical Intervention. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.

HOPKINS, Chris (2018). Walter Greenwood’s Love on the Dole: Novel, Play, Film - a Case Study. Liverpool English Texts and Studies, 71 . Liverpool, Liverpool University Press.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2017). The Danish romance play: Fair Em, Sir Clyomon and Sir Clamydes, and Hoffman. Early modern literary studies, 27.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2017). Introduction: John Ford in Performance 2014-2016. Early modern literary studies (SI 26).

HOPKINS, Lisa (2016). Love and war on Venus’ Island: Othello and the lover’s melancholy. Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 25 (1), 51-63.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2017). Moving Marlowe: The Jew of Malta on the Caroline Stage. Marlowe Studies.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2017). Perkin Warbeck and Massinger. Early modern literary studies (SI 26).

HOPKINS, Lisa (2017). ‘Waltzing with Wellington, Biting with Byron: Heroes in Austen Tribute Texts’. In: KRAMP, Michael, (ed.) Jane Austen and Masculinity. Bucknell University Press.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2016). The concealed fancies and Cavendish identity. In: EDWARDS, Peter and GRAHAM, Elpseth, (eds.) Authority, authorship and aristocratic identity in Seventeenth-Century England: William Cavendish, Ist Duke of Newcastle, and his political, social and cultural connections. Rulers & Elites (9). Leiden, Brill, 111-128.


JEFFREY, Andrew (2018). Projectivisms >> Symposium Way-making the Contemporary Projective, University of Cardiff, 8th–9th May 2018. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, 10 (1), p. 10.

JEFFREY, Andrew (2018). Review of poetry collections by Alan Halsey and Eric Langley - 'Collected Poems 1992-2016' and 'Raking Light'. The North : a magazine of poems, articles, reviews and features, 1 (60), 130-132.

JEFFREY, Andrew (2017). Review: ‘Swims’ by Elizabeth-Jane Burnett. Poetry School Blog.

JOHNSTON, Daniel (2017). Theatre and phenomenology: manual philosophy. Basingstoke, Palgrave. (In Press)

JONES, Chris (2015). Skin. Sheffield, Longbarrow Press.

JONES, Peter (2018). Integrationist reflections on the place of dialogue in our communicational universe: laying the ghost of segregationism? Language and Dialogue, 8 (1), 118-138.


KLAFF, Lesley (2019). Fraser v University and College Union: Anti-Zionism, antisemitism and racializing discourse. In: ROSENFELD, Alvin H, (ed.) Anti-Zionism and antisemitism : the dynamics of delegitimization. Studies in Antisemitism . United States, Indiana University Press.

KNOWLES, Sam, PEACOCK, James and EARLE, Harriet (2016). Introduction: Trans/formation and the graphic novel. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 52 (4), 378-384.

KRAMER, Kaley (2014). Haunting History: Women, Catholicism, and the Writing of National History in Sophia Lee's 'The Recess'. In: CHAPPELL, Julie and KRAMER, Kaley, (eds.) Women during the English Reformations: negotiating gender and religious identity. New York, Palgrave, 129-144.

KRAMER, Kaley (2017). "How do you like my darkness now?": women, violence, and the good "bad girl" in 'Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. In: YOUNG, Mallory and CHAPPELL, Julie A., (eds.) Bad Girls and Transgressive Women in Popular Television, Fiction, and Film. New York and London, Palgrave Macmillan, 15-31.

KRAMER, Kaley (2012). The Limits of Genre: Women and 'History' in Frances Sheridan's The Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph and Elizabeth Griffith's The History of Lady Barton. ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830, 2 (1), p. 4.

KRAMER, Kaley (2016). Property, loss, and mourning in Sophia Lee's 'The Recess'. In: CHAPPELL, Julie A. and STONE STANTON, Kamille, (eds.) Spectacle, sex, and property in Eighteenth-Century literature and culture. AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century (72). New York, AMS Press.

KRAMER, Kaley (2015). Rethinking Surrender: Elizabeth Inchbald and the "Catholic Novel". In: BARNARD, Teresa, (ed.) British Women and the Intellectual World in the Long Eighteenth Century. British Literature in Context in the Long Eighteenth Century . Abingdon, Ashgate/Routledge, 87-106.

KRAMER, Kaley (2009). Women and Property in the Romantic Period: gendered property and generic belonging in Charlotte Smith and Mary Wollstonecraft. Literature Compass, 6 (6), 1145-1158.


LAYCOCK, Joanne (2017). Belongings: People and Possessions in the Armenian Repatriations 1945-49. Kritika : Exploration in Russian and Eurasian History, 18 (3), 511-537.


MACINNES, Allen I and HAMILTON, Douglas J (2014). Introduction: identity, mobility and competing patriotisms. In: MACINNES, Allan I and HAMILTON, Douglas J, (eds.) Jacobitism, enlightenment and empire, 1680-1820. Political and popular culture in the early modern period (8). London, Pickering & Chatto, 1-12.

MACCROSSAN, Colm (2014). Framing "Nova Albion": Marking possession in Richard Hakluyt's The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation. SEDERI Yearbook, 24, 47-68.

MANN, Craig Ian (2017). It rained fire : "The Running Man" from Bachman to Schwarzenegger. Science Fiction Film and Television, 10 (2), 197-213.

MANZ, Stefan, PANAYI, Panikos and STIBBE, Matthew (2018). Internment during the First World War: a mass global phenomenon. In: MANZ, Stefan, PANAYI, Panikos and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Internment during the First World War : a mass global phenomenon. London and New York, Routledge, 1-18.

MASON, Jessica and GIOVANELLI, Marcello (2017). ‘What do you think?’ Let me tell you : discourse about texts and the literature classroom. Changing English, 24 (1), 318-329.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin (2015). Communist Czechoslovakia, 1945-89: a political and social history. European History in Perspective . London, Palgrave Macmillan.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew (2018). The 'Anti Prague Spring' and Warsaw Pact Invasion through the Soviet and East European lens. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Eastern Europe in 1968: responses to the Prague Spring and Warsaw Pact Invasion. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 1-22.

MIDGLEY, Clare (2017). The cosmopolitan biography of the English religious liberal, feminist and writer, Sophia Dobson Collet. In: HAGGIS, Jane, MIDGLEY, Clare, ALLEN, Margaret and PAISLEY, Fiona, (eds.) Cosmopolitan lives on the cusp of Empire: interfaith, cross-cultural and transnational networks, 1860-1950. Palgrave Pivot . Palgrave. (In Press)

MILLS, Sara (2017). English politeness and class. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.


O'BRIEN, Shelley (2009). The Art of Sound : guest lecture. In: Cornwall Film Festival, Falmouth, 12-15 November 2009. (Unpublished)

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2011). Beastly Effects: Soundscapes in Nigel Kneale's Beasts (1976). In: Alien Nation: A Conference on British Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Television, Newcastle upon Tyne, 20th and 21st July 2011. (Unpublished)

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2015). Filmbites presents : Takeshi Kitano. In: Filmbites presents : Takeshi Kitano, Sheffield, Three Sundays in May. (Unpublished)

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2015). "God bless your hands!" Rape, Revenge, and resolution in I Spit on Your Grave (1978). In: Reflections on Revenge: A conference on the culture and politics of vengeance, Leicester, 4 September 2015. (Unpublished)

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2016). Herschell Gordon Lewis: the gore auteur. In: BERRA, John, (ed.) Directory of world cinema: American independent. Directory of world cinema, 3 . Intellect.

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2011). 'Killer priests : the last taboo?'. In: HANSEN, Regina, (ed.) Roman Catholicism in fantastic film : essays on belief, spectacle, ritual and imagery (ed. Regina Hansen). US, McFarland, 256-267.

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2012). Nursery crimes : making a case for The Baby. In: Popular Culture Association of Canada 2nd Annual Conference, Sheraton on the Falls, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 10-12 May 2012. (Unpublished)

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2014). Scoring violence : the importance of Riz Ortolani's music in Don't Torture A Duckling (1972)and Cannibal Holocaust (1980). In: Italian Horror Cinema: An International Film Conference, Luton, 9-10 May 2014. (Unpublished)

O'BRIEN, Shelley (2016). Tobe Hooper: one hit wonder? In: BERRA, John, (ed.) Directory of world cinema: American Independent. Directory of world cinema, 3 . Intellect.

O'BRIEN, Shelley and CARTER, Martin (2006). Looking for the Blind Dead: The Application of History and Myth in Amando de Ossorio's Horror Quartet. In: European Nightmares: An International Conference on European Horror Cinema, Manchester, 1-2 June 2006. (Unpublished)


PATERSON, Laura, GRAINGER, Karen and PEPLOW, David (2017). Does money talk equate to class talk? Audience responses to poverty porn in relation to money and debt. In: MOONEY, Annabelle and SIFAKI, Evi, (eds.) The Language of Money and Debt : a Multidisciplinary Approach. Palgrave Macmillan, 205-231.

PEPLOW, David (2016). Creativity in everyday interactions. In: DEMJEN, Szofia and SEARGEANT, Philip, (eds.) Creativity in Language : From Everyday Style to Verbal Art. Language and creativity books (1). Open University Press. (In Press)

PETERSSON, Niels (2018). Managing a 'people business' in times of uncertainty: Human resources in Ocean Transport & Trading’s strategy in the 1970s. Enterprise and Society, 19 (1), 88-123.


REVELEY, James and SINGLETON, John (2018). Carbon copy: The mock bureaucratic setting of colliery explosions in early Twentieth Century Britain and at Pike River, New Zealand. Journal of Management History, 24 (1), 20-36.

REVELEY, James and SINGLETON, John (2015). Financial fantasy documents and public learning : the case of the U.S. Financial Crisis Inquiry Report. In: PETERS, Michael A., PARASKEVA, Joäo and BESLEY, Tina, (eds.) The Global Financial Crisis and Educational Restructuring. Global Studies in Education . New York, Peter Lang, 165-176.

ROBERTS, Matthew (2018). Daniel O'Connell, repeal and Chartism in the age of Atlantic revolutions. The Journal of Modern History, 90 (1), 1-39.

ROBERTS, Matthew (2018). Richard Oastler, Toryism, Radicalism and the limitations of Party, c.1807-1846. Parliamentary History, 37 (2), 250-273.

ROBERTS, Matthew (2017). Rural Luddism and the makeshift economy of the Nottinghamshire Framework Knitters. Social History, 42 (3), 365-398.

ROBERTSON, Nicole (2014). The business of leisure: sport, labour and co-operation in post-war Britain. Labor History, 55 (5), 638-653.

RODRIGO-RECH, Andre, DALSGAARD, Bo, SANDEL, Brody, SONNE, Jesper, SVENNING, Jens-Christian, HOLMES, Naomi and OLLERTON, Jeff (2016). The macroecology of animal versus wind pollination: ecological factors are more important than historical climate stability. Plant Ecology and Diversity, 9 (3), 253-262.


SAYERS, Dave and LÁNCOS, Petra Lea (2017). (Re)defining linguistic diversity: What is being protected in European language policy? SKY Journal of Linguistics, 30, 35-73.

SHARP, Ingrid and STIBBE, Matthew (2018). ‘In diesen Tagen kamen wir nicht von der Straße...’: Frauen in der deutschen Revolution von 1918/19. Ariadne: Forum für Frauen- und Geschlechtergeschichte, 73/74, 32-39.

SHARP, Ingrid and STIBBE, Matthew, eds. (2017). Women activists between war and peace : Europe, 1918-1923. London, Bloomsbury.

SHERIDAN, Mark Robert (2016). The bombshell - more than munitions 1917-1919. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

SHIN, Chi Yun (2018). In another time and place: The Handmaiden as an adaptation. Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema.

SINGLETON, John (2016). Economic and natural disasters since 1900 : a comparative history. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.

SINGLETON, John (2016). Financial crises and disaster management. In: HOLLOW, Matthew, AKINBAMI, Folarin and MICHIE, Ranald, (eds.) Complexity and Crisis in the Financial System : Critical Perspectives on the Evolution of American and British Banking. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 306-328.

SINGLETON, John (2015). Using the Disaster Cycle in Economic and Social History. In: BROWN, A.T., BURN, Andy and DOHERTY, Rob, (eds.) Crises in Economic and Social History : A Comparative Perspective. Woodbridge, Boydell & Brewer, 53-78.

SPEIDEL, Suzanne (2018). ‘Lux Presents Hollywood’: films on the radio during the ‘golden age’ of broadcasting. In: CUTCHINS, Dennis, KREBS, Katja and VOIGT, Eckart, (eds.) Routledge companion to adaptation. London, Routledge, 265-277.

SPIES, Sara and ABULHAWA, Danielle (2017). (En)gendering "Undisciplined" Space: reflections on Precarious Assembly. In: ASHTON, Jenna, (ed.) Feminism & Museums : Intervention, Disruption and Change. Museums, etc., 368-383. (In Press)

STEGGLE, Matthew (2017). Flight and spaceflight in Romeo and Juliet. In: EVANS, Robert, (ed.) Romeo and Juliet. Critical Insights . Salem Press. (In Press)

STIBBE, Matthew (2018). Ideological offensive: the East German leadership, the Prague Spring and the Warsaw Pact Invasion of August 1968. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Eastern Europe in 1968: responses to the Prague Spring and Warsaw Pact Invasion. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 97-123.

STIBBE, Matthew (2018). The Weimar Republic and the rise of National Socialism. In: GELLATELY, Robert, (ed.) The Oxford illustrated history of the Third Reich. Oxford illustrated history . Oxford, Oxford University Press, 19-50.

STIBBE, Matthew (2018). The internment of enemy aliens in the Habsburg Empire, 1914–18. In: MANZ, Stefan, PANAYI, Panikos and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Internment during the First World War : a mass global phenomenon. London and New York, Routledge, 61-84.

SÁNCHEZ-ARCE, Ana María (2018). Performing innocence: violence and the nation in Ian McEwan’s Saturday and Sunjeev Sahota’s Ours Are the Streets. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 53 (2), 194-210.


TAYLOR, Antony (2018). "The Pioneers of the Great Army of Democrats": The Mythology and Popular History of the British Labour Party, 1890-1931. Historical Research, 91 (254), 723-743.

TAYLOR, Antony David (2020). 'At the Mercy of the German Eagle': images of London in dissolution in the novels of William Le Queux. Critical Survey, 32 (1/2), p. 59.

TAYLOR, Tony (2018). "The Local in the Global": memories of northern industrial protest in a transnational context, 1880-1930. International Journal of Regional and Local History, 13 (2), 118-133.

TAYLOR, Tony (2018). 'Sectarian Secret Wisdom' and Nineteenth-Century Radicalism: The IWMA in London and New York. In: BENSIMON, Fabrice, DELUERMOZ, Quentin and JEANNE, Moisand, (eds.) "Arise Ye Wretched of the Earth": the first international in a global perspective. Studies in Global Social History (29). Leiden, Brill, 282-296.

THORAL, Marie-Cecile (2015). French Colonial Counter-Insurgency: General Bugeaud and the Conquest of Algeria, 1840-47. British Journal of Military History, 1 (2), 8-27.

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