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2014

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BROWN, Erica (2014). The rise and fall of ‘the original Bright Young Thing’: Beverley Nichols, Crazy Pavements (1927) and popular authorship. The Review of English Studies. (In Press)

CHETA, Arun and STEGGLE, Matthew (2014). Thomas Nashe reads The Nosegay of Morall Philosophie. Notes and Queries. (In Press)

HOPKINS, Lisa (2014). Bram Stoker's The lady of the shroud : supernatural fantasy, politics, Montenegro and its double. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 57 (4), 519-534.

PEPLOW, David and CARTER, Ronald (2014). Stylistics and real readers. In: BURKE, Michael, (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Stylistics. Routledge . (In Press)

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SAYERS, Dave (2014). The mediated innovation model: a framework for researching media influence in language change. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 18 (2), 185-212.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2014). The Cruces of Measure for Measure and EEBO-TCP. The Review of English Studies. (In Press)

2013

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M, ed. (2013). Identity and form in contemporary literature. Routledge. (In Press)

DEJUNG, Christof and PETERSSON, Niels, eds. (2013). The foundations of world wide economic integration : power, institutions, and global markets, 1850–1930. Cambridge Studies in the Emergence of Global Enterprise . Cambridge, Cambridge University Press .

ABULHAWA, Danielle (2013). Is this play? inter-ordinary rhythms. In: Philosophy at play, University of Gloucester, 9-10th April 2013. (Submitted)

ABULHAWA, Danielle (2013). 'Us': Consciousness and Proximity in Spectatorial Practice. In: HuMPA Research Seminar, Plymouth University, 21st March 2013. (Submitted)

AITKEN, Robbie (2013). Education and migration: Cameroonian school children and apprentices in the German metropole, 1884-1914. In: KLIMKE, Martin, HONECK, Mischa and KUHLMANN-SMIRNOV, Anne, (eds.) Blacks and Germans, German Blacks: Germany and the Black diaspora, 1450-1914. New York, Berghahn, 1-16. (Submitted)

BELL, Alice (2013). Schema theory, hypertext fiction and links. Style. (In Press)

BELL, Alice (2013). Unnatural narration in hypertext fiction. In: ALBER, J, SKOV NEILSON, H and RICHARDSON, B, (eds.) A poetics of unnatural narrative. Ohio State University Press. (In Press)

BUSH, Sophie (2013). The Theatre Of Timberlake Wertenbaker. Methuen. (In Press)

CLARK, Jodie (2013). “Maybe she just hasn’t matured yet” : politeness, gate-keeping and the maintenance of status quo in a community of practice. Journal of Politeness Research, 9 (2), 211-237.

COLLINS, Bruce (2013). Britain and the wars of 1793-1815. In: WOOLGAR, C M, (ed.) Wellington Studies. University of Southampton, 1-37.

COLLINS, Bruce (2013). Defining victory in Victorian warfare, 1860-1882. Journal of Military History, 77 (3), 895-929.

CONNOLLY, Annaliese (2013). George Chapman and the literary onomastics of The Widow’s Tears. Philological quarterly. (Submitted)

CONNOLLY, Annaliese (2013). Writing for money: George Peele and the Lansdowne manuscript. Early theatre. (Submitted)

CONNOLLY, Annaliese and HOPKINS, Lisa (2013). Essex: the cultural impact of a Renaissance Courtier. Manchester University Press. (In Press)

DEJUNG, Christof and PETERSSON, Niels (2013). Introduction: power, institutions, and global markets – actors, mechanisms, and foundations of worldwide economic integration, 1850–1930. In: DEJUNG, Christof and PETERSSON, Niels, (eds.) The foundations of world-wide economic integration : power, institutions, and global markets, 1850-1930. Cambridge Studies in the Emergence of Global Enterprise . Cambridge, Cambridge Univesrity Press, 1-20.

DEJUNG, Christof and PETERSSON, Niels (2013). The foundations of world-wide economic integration : power, institutions, and global markets, 1850-1930. Cambridge Studies in the Emergence of Global Enterprise . Cambridge, Cambridge University Press .

EARNSHAW, Steve (2013). Creative Writing and “the lash of criticism (working title). In: HARPER, Graeme, (ed.) A Companion to Creative Writing. Blackwell. (In Press)

HOCKENHULL-SMITH, Marie (2013). Dr Woodward's Narrative. Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies. (In Press)

HOPKINS, Chris (2013). 'A Certain Amount of Instruction': Politics, Entertainment and Narration in the Interwar Short Stories of Winifred Holtby, Sylvia Townsend Warner and Naomi Mitchison. Short fiction in theory and practice, 1 (3). (In Press)

JONES, Chris (2013). Jigs and reels. Nottingham, Shoestring Press.

MACMAHON, Barbara (2013). Relevance theory, syntax and literary narrative'. In: CHAPMAN, S and CLARK, B, (eds.) Pragmatics and stylistics. Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, eds. (2013). The 1989 Revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe: From Communism to Pluralism. Manchester University Press. (Submitted)

MCDERMOTT, Kevin (2013). Stalin and Stalinism. In: SMITH, S.A., (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the History of Communism. Oxford Handbooks of History . Oxford , Oxford University Press. (In Press)

MCDERMOTT, Kevin and SOMMER, Vitezslav (2013). The 'club of politically engaged conformists?' : The Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, popular opinion and the crisis of Communism, 1956. Working Paper. Washington, D.C., Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew (2013). The collapse of communism in Eastern Europe: origins, processes, outcomes. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) The 1989 Revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe: From Communism to Pluralism. Manchester , Manchester University Press. (Submitted)

MIDGLEY, Clare (2013). Mary Carpenter and the Brahmo Samaj of India : a transnational perspective on social reform in the age of empire. Women’s History Review. (Submitted)

MIDGLEY, Clare (2013). Mary Carpenter and the Brahmo Samaj of India: a transnational perspective on social reform in the age of empire. Women's History Review, 22 (3), 363-385.

MILLS, Sara (2013). The stylistics of relationships. In: STOCKWELL, Peter and WHITELEY, Alison, (eds.) The Cambridge handbook of stylistics. Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

O'CALLAGHAN, Conor (2013). The Sun King. Gallery Press. (In Press)

O'CALLAGHAN, Conor (2013). The Wake Forest series in Irish poetry. Vol. 3. Wake Forest University Press. (In Press)

PEACE, Mary (2013). Sentimentality in the Service of Methodism: John Wesley’s Abridgment of Henry Brooke’s The Fool of Quality (1765–1770). In: MCINELLY, Brett C., (ed.) Religion in the Age of Enlightenment :. New York, AMS Press, Inc.. (In Press)

PEPLOW, David (2013). "I’ve never enjoyed hating a book so much in my life.” The co-construction of reader identity in the reading group. In: Pragmatics and Literary Stylistics. Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

PEPLOW, David (2013). The stylistics of everyday talk. In: STOCKWELL, Peter and WHITELEY, Sara, (eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Stylistics. Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

PETERSSON, Niels (2013). Legal institutions and the World economy, 1900–1930. In: DEJUNG, Christof and PETERSSON, Niels, (eds.) The foundations of world-wide economic integration: power, institutions, and global markets, 1850-1930. Cambridge Studies in the Emergence of Global Enterprise . Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 21-39.

RIORDAN, Maurice (2013). The water stealer. Faber. (In Press)

ROBERTS, Matthew (2013). Chartism, Commemoration and the Cult of the Radical Hero c.1770-c.1840. Labour history review, 78 (1), 3-32.

ROBERTS, Matthew (2013). Election Cartoons and Political Communication in Victorian England. Cultural and Social History, 10 (3), 369-395.

ROBERTS, Matthew (2013). 'A terrific outburst of political meteorology’: by-elections and the Unionist electoral ascendancy in late-Victorian England. In: OTTE, Thomas and READMAN, Paul, (eds.) By-elections in British politics, 1832-1914. Woodbridge, Boydell and Brewer, 177-200. (In Press)

ROSENHAFT, Eve and AITKEN, Robbie (2013). Introduction. In: ROSENHAFT, Eve and AITKEN, Robbie, (eds.) Africa in Europe: studies in transnational practice in the long twentieth century. Migrations and Identities (2). Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 1-16.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2013). Why Kazuo Ishiguro is stuck to the margins: formal identities in contemporary literary interpretations. In: Identity and form in contemporary literature. Routledge . (In Press)

STEGGLE, Matthew (2013). Digital humanities and the lost drama of early modern England : ten case studies. Ashgate. (In Press)

STEGGLE, Matthew (2013). Notes towards an analysis of early modern applause. In: CRAIK, Katherine A. and POLLARD, Tanya, (eds.) Shakespearean sensations : experiencing literature in early modern England. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 118-137.

STIBBE, Matthew (2013). Reactions from the other Germany : the Fischer Controversy in the German Democratic Republic. Journal of Contemporary History, 48 (2), 315-332.

TARLO, Harriet (2013). "Brother MacSweeney and the new-old English Poet Language is a steady stick". In: BATCHELOR, Paul, (ed.) Reading Barry MacSweeney. Bloodaxe Books. (In Press)

TAYLOR, Tony (2013). 'The glamour of independence': by-elections and radicalism during the Liberal Meridian, 1869-83. In: OTTE , Thomas and READMAN, Paul, (eds.) By-elections in British Politics. Boydell and brewer, 99-120. (In Press)

TWELLS, Alison (2013). An Africa of religious life : Fredrika Bremer’s American Faith Journey, 1849-1851. Journal of Women’s History, 25 (1), 158-181.

2012

ARIELLI, Nir and COLLINS, Bruce, eds. (2012). Transnational soldiers : foreign military enlistment in the modern era. Palgrave Macmillan.

BELL, Alice and ALBER, Jan (2012). Ontological Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology. Journal of Narrative Theory, 42 (2), 166-192.

BROWN, Erica (2012). Comedy and the feminine middlebrow novel: Elizabeth von Arnim and Elizabeth Taylor. Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace . Pickering and Chatto.

CLARK, Jodie (2012). Language, sex and social structure : analysing discourses of sexuality. Palgrave Macmillan.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2012). “Give me my name”: naming and identity in and around Jane Eyre. Brontë Studies, 7 (3), 174-189.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2012). 'Men couldn't imagine women's lives': teaching gender and creative writing. In: FERREBE, Alice and TOLAN, Fiona, (eds.) Teaching gender. Teaching the new English . Palgrave Macmillan, 83-101.

HARRIS, Michael (2012). Creativity, compromise and waking up with the funding devil. In: HECQ, Dominicque, (ed.) The creativity market : creative writing in the 21st century. New Writing Viewpoints . Bristol, Multilingual Matters, 120-133.

HONEYWELL, Carissa (2012). Anarchism old and new. In: KINNA, Ruth, (ed.) The Continuum Companion to Anarchism. Bloomsbury companions . Continuum, 111-139.

HOPKINS, Chris (2012). 'The Army of the Unemployed': Walter Greenwood's wartime novel and the reconstruction of Britain. Keywords : A Journal of Cultural Materialism, 10.

LAYCOCK, Joanne (2012). Armenian homelands and homecomings 1945-9 : the repatriation of diaspora Armenians to the Soviet Union. Cultural and Social History, 9 (1), 103-123.

MACMAHON, Barbara (2012). How literature communicates: a cognitive pragmatic perspective. In: DAIDER, Jürgen, KONRAD, Eva-Maria, PETRASCHKA, Thomas and ROTT, Hans, (eds.) Understanding fiction: knowledge and meaning in literature. Münster, Mentis, 166-186.

MILLS, Sara (2012). Gender matters : feminist linguistic analysis. London, Equinox .

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MUSTAPHA, Samuel (2012). Gender equality in and through education in Nigeria: Gender representation in learning materials. Project Report. Unpublished. (Unpublished)

NIXON, Mark, PENTLAND, Gordon and ROBERTS, Matthew (2012). The material culture of Scottish reform politics, c.1820-c.1884. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 32 (1), 28-49.

PEACE, Mary (2012). "On the soft beds of luxury most kingdoms have expired": 1759 and the lives of prostitutes. In: REGAN, Shaun, (ed.) Reading 1795 : literary culture in mid-eighteenth- century Britain and France. Transits : Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850 . Lanham, Md., Bucknell University Press, 75-94.

PETERSSON, Niels (2012). Globalisierung. In: DULFFER, Jost and LOTH, Wilfried, (eds.) Dimensionen internationaler Geschichte. Studien zur internationalen Geschichte (30). Munich, Oldenbourg, 271-292.

PETERSSON, Niels (2012). Normative Grundlagen überstaatlicher Handels- und Finanzintegration um 1900. In: KLUMP, Rainer and VEC, Miloš, (eds.) Völkerrecht und Weltwirtschaft im 19. Jahrhundert. Studien zur Geschichte des Völkerrechts (26). Baden Baden, Nomos, 59-70.

RASMUSSEN, Eric and STEGGLE, Matthew (2012). Cynthia’s Revels, or The Fountain of Self-Love, revised scenes from the 1616 folio. In: The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

ROGERS, Jane (2012). Hitting trees with sticks. Comma Press.

ROGERS, Jane (2012). The Testament of Jessie Lamb. Edinburgh, Canongate .

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2012). Meera Syal. In: British Writers Supplement. Gale/Charles Scribner's Sons. (In Press)

SKELTON, Felicity (2012). Echo writes back: the figure of the author in 'true short story' by Ali Smith. Short fiction in theory and practice, 2 (1), 99-111.

SKELTON, Felicity (2012). Geography. In: TAYLOR, Jonathan, (ed.) Overheard: stories to read aloud. London, Salt Publishing.

STIBBE, Matthew (2012). Ein globales Phänomen: Zivilinternierung im Ersten Weltkrieg in transnationaler und internationaler Dimension. In: JAHR, Christoph and THIEL , Jens, (eds.) Lager vor Auschwitz: Orte von Internierung, Zwang und Gewalt im 20. Jahrhundert. Berlin, Metropol Verlag. (Submitted)

STIBBE, Matthew (2012). Gendered experiences of civilian internment during the First World War: a forgotten dimension of wartime violence. In: CARDEN-COYNE , Ana, (ed.) Gender and conflict since 1914 : historical and interdisciplinary perspectives. Gender and History . Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 14-28.

STIBBE, Matthew (2012). In and beyond the racial state: gender and national socialism, 1933-1955. Politics, religion and ideology, 13 (2), 159-178.

STIBBE, Matthew (2012). Krieg und Brutalisierung: Die Internierung von Zivilisten bzw. “politisch Unzuverlässigen” in Österreich-Ungarn während des Ersten Weltkriegs. In: EISFELD, Alfred, HAUSMANN , Guido and NEUTATZ, Dietmar, (eds.) Besetzt, interniert, deportiert: Der Erste Weltkrieg und die Zivilbevölkerung im östlichen Europa unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Deutschen, Juden und Polen. Essen, Klartext Verlag. (Submitted)

TARLO, Harriet (2012). 'An insurmountable chasm?': re-visiting, re-imagining and re-writing classical pastoral through the modernist poetry of H.D. Classical Receptions Journal, 4 (2), 235-260.

TAYLOR, Tony (2012). London's burning : pulp fiction, the politics of terrorism and the destruction of the capital in British popular culture, 1840-2005. London, Continuum International Publishing Group.

TAYLOR, Tony (2012). 'We dream our dream still' ruralism, empire and the debate about New Australia in Britain. Labour history review, 77 (2), 163-187.

THORAL, Marie-Cecile (2012). Colonial medical encounters in the nineteenth century : the French campaigns in Egypt, Saint Domingue and Algeria. Social History of Medicine, 25 (3), 608-624.

THORAL, Marie-Cecile (2012). Napoleon's Egyptian campaign and Nineteenth-Century orientalism : perceptions and memories in autobiographical accounts and novels. In: FORREST, Alan, ÉTIENNE , François and HAGEMANN, Karen, (eds.) War memories : the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in modern European culture. War, Culture and Society, 1750-1850 . Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 114-136.

TWELLS, Alison (2012). The innate yearnings of our souls : subjectivity, religiosity and outward testimony in Mary Howitt's Autobiography(1889). Journal of Victorian Culture, 17 (3), 309-328.

VERDON, Nicola (2012). Business and pleasure : middle-class women’s work and the professionalization of farming in England, 1890-1939. Journal of British Studies, 51 (2), 393-415.

ZIA-EBRAHIMI, Reza (2012). Courting the former colony: Algeria’s special position in French Third World policy, 1963. The Journal of North African Studies, 17 (1), 23-44.

2011

BROWN, Erica and GROVER, Mary, eds. (2011). Middlebrow literary cultures : the battle of the brows, 1920-1960. Palgrave.

KÁDÁR, Dániel Z. and MILLS, Sara, eds. (2011). Politeness in East Asia. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

STEGGLE, Matthew, ed. (2011). Volpone : a critical guide. Continuum Renaissance drama . London, Continuum.

TARLO, Harriet, ed. (2011). The ground aslant : radical landscape poetry. Shearsman Books.

TARLO, Harriet, ed. (2011). The ground aslant: an anthology of radical landscape poetry. Exeter, Shearsman Books.

BEALS, Melodee (2011). Coin, Kirk, Class and Kin : emigration, social change and identity in Southern Scotland. British identities since 1707 . Oxford, Peter Lang.

BELL, Alice (2011). Ontological boundaries and conceptual leaps : the significance of possible worlds for hypertext fiction (and beyond). In: PAGE, Ruth and THOMAS, Bronwen, (eds.) New narratives : stories and storytelling in the digital age. Frontiers of narrative series . University of Nebraska Press, 63-82.

BELL, Alice and ENSSLIN, Astrid (2011). "I know what it was. You know what it was": Second-person narration in hypertext fiction. Narrative, 19 (3), 311-329.

CLARK, Jodie (2011). No, like proper north” : re-drawing boundaries in an emergent community of practice’. In: Discursive Approaches to Politeness. Mouton series in pracgmatics . Berlin, De Gruyter Mouton, 109-132.

CLARK, Jodie (2011). Relational work in a sporting community of practice. In: DAVIES, Bethan L, HAUGH, Michael and MERRISON, Andrew John, (eds.) Situated politeness. Continuum.

CONNOLLY, Annaliese (2011). Guy of Warwick, Godfrey of Bouillon, and Elizabethan Repertory. In: MCJANNET, Linda and ANDREA, Bernadette, (eds.) Early modern England and Islamic worlds. Early modern cultural studies . Palgrave Macmillan.

CONNOLLY, Annaliese (2011). In the repertoire: women beware women on stage. In: HISCOCK, Andrew, (ed.) Women beware women: a critical guide. Continuum Renaissance Drama Guides . Continuum, 59-76.

DREWERY, Claire (2011). Modernist short fiction by women : the liminal in Katherine Mansfield, Dorothy Richardson, May Sinclair and Virginia Woolf. Ashgate.

DREWERY, Claire (2011). 'The failure of this now so independently assertive reality’: Mysticism, idealism and the reality aesthetic in Dorothy Richardson’s shorter fiction. Pilgrimages:The Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies, 4.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2011). Why Eliot killed Lydgate: 'joyful cruelty' in Middlemarch. In: MOUSLEY, Andy, (ed.) Towards a new literary humanism. Palgrave Macmillan.

ELLIS, Jonathan and SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2011). The unquiet dead : memories of the Spanish Civil War in Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth. In: SINHA, Amresh and MCSWEENEY, Terence, (eds.) Millennial cinema : memory in global film. New York, Columbia University Press, 173-191.

HOPKINS, Lisa, ed. (2011). The Lady's Trial. Revels Plays ; Revels Plays Companion Library . Manchester, Manchester University Press.

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GENT, Susannah (2011). The Uncanny, the abject and the incongruity theory of humour. SHU. (Unpublished)

HONEYWELL, Carissa (2011). A British anarchist tradition: Herbert Read, Alex Comfort and Colin Ward. New York, N.Y. ; London, Continuum.

HONEYWELL, Carissa (2011). Colin Ward : anarchism and social policy. Anarchist studies, 19 (2), p. 69.

HONEYWELL, Carissa (2011). Paul Goodman: finding an audience for anarchism in twentieth-century America. Journal for the study of radicalism, 5 (2), 1-33.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2011). Drama and the Succession to the Crown, 1561-1633. Studies in performance and early modern drama . Ashgate.

LEWIS, Merv, LLOYD-JONES, Roger, MALTBY, Josephine and MATTHEWS, Mark David (2011). Personal capitalism and corporate governance : British manufacturing in the first half of the nineteenth century. Modern Economic and Social History . Farnham, Ashgate.

LLOYD-JONES, Roger and LEWIS, Merv (2011). Armaments firms, the state procurement system, and the Naval Industrial Complex in Edwardian Britain. Essays in Economics and Business History, 29, 23-39.

MCINNIS, D and STEGGLE, Matthew (2011). Folger MS X.d.390 (1-2), and Folger MS X.d.391. Notes and Queries, 58 (3), 374-376.

MCPHERSON, Susan (2011). Reading class, examining men: anthologies, education, and literary cultures. In: MACDONALD, Kate, (ed.) The masculine middlebrow, 1880-1950 : what Mr. Miniver read. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

MIDGLEY, Clare (2011). Transoceanic commemoration and connections between Bengali Brahmos and British and American Unitarians. The Historical Journal, 54 (03), 773-796.

MIDGLEY, Clare (2011). The dissenting voice of Elizabeth Heyrick : an exploration of the links between gender, religious dissent, and anti-slavery radicalism. In: CLAPP, Elizabeth J. and JEFFREY, Julie Roy, (eds.) Women, dissent, and anti-slavery in Britain and America, 1790-1865. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 88-110.

MILLS, Sara (2011). Discursive approaches to politeness and impoliteness. In: Discursive approaches to politeness. Mouton series in pragmatics (8). Berlin, de Gruyter Mouton, 19-56.

MILLS, Sara and KÁDÁR, Dániel Z. (2011). Politeness and culture. In: KÁDÁR, Dániel Z. and MILLS, Sara, (eds.) Politeness in East Asia. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 21-44.

MILLS, Sara and MULLANY, Louise (2011). Language, gender and feminism: theory, methodology and practice. London, Routledge.

MONTGOMERY, Chris and BEAL, Joan (2011). Perceptual dialectology. In: MAGUIRE, Warren and MCMAHON, April, (eds.) Analysing variation in English. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 121-150.

MOORE, Nicolas (2011). Modelling the flow of discourse in a corpus of written academic English. In: Corpus Linguistics 2011, University of Birmingham, 20-22 July 2011.

O'CALLAGHAN, Conor (2011). Smoke ‘n’ Guns: A preface to a poem about marginal Souths and then the poem. Southern Cultures, 17 (1), 103-112.

PEACE, Mary (2011). Asylum, reformatory or penitentiary? : secular sentiments vs proto-evangelical religion in The Histories of Some of the Penitents in the Magdalen House (1760). In: LEWIS, Ann and ELLIS, Markman, (eds.) Prostitution and eighteenth-century culture : sex, commerce and morality. The body, gender and culture . London, Pickering and Chatto.

PEPLOW, David (2011). 'Oh, I've known a lot of Irish people': Reading groups and the negotiation of literary interpretation. Language and Literature, 20 (4), 295-315.

ROBERTS, Matthew (2011). Resisting “Arithmocracy”: Parliament, community, and the Third Reform Act. Journal of British Studies, 50 (2), 381-409.

ROGERS, Jane (2011). Red Enters the Eye. [Audio]

SCHENK, Catherine and SINGLETON, John (2011). Basket pegs and exchange rate regime change : Australia and New Zealand in the mid-seventies. Australian Economic History Review, 51 (2), 120-149.

STIBBE, Matthew (2011). Elsa Brandstrom and the reintegration of returning prisoners of war and their families in post-war Germany and Austria. In: SHARP, Ingrid and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Aftermaths of War: Women’s Movements and Female Activists, 1918-1923. History of Warfare (63). Leiden, Brill, 333-353.

STIBBE, Matthew (2011). Jürgen Kuczynski and the search for a (non-existent) Western spy ring in the East German Communist Party in 1953. Contemporary European History, 20 (1), 61-79.

TARLO, Harriet (2011). 'The page is slowly turning black': Rachel Blau DuPlessis’s 'Torques: Drafts 58–76',. Jacket2.

THORAL, Marie-Cecile (2011). From Valmy to Waterloo : France at war, 1792-1815. War, Culture and Society, 1750-1850 . Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

TWELLS, Alison (2011). "We ought to obey God rather than Man” : women, anti-slavery and nonconformist religious cultures, 1800-1840. In: CLAPP, Elizabeth J. and JEFFREY, Julie Roy, (eds.) Women, dissent and anti-slavery in Britain and America, 1790-1865. Oxford , Oxford University Press, 66-87.

WELCH, Lindalee (2011). At the Crossroads Cafe. [Performance] (Unpublished)

WELCH, Lindalee, MUSSELWHITE, Fay, GENT, Susannah and HARDING, Michael (2011). Goat Boy and other journeys : adventures in film, music, poetry and taxidermy. [Performance] (Unpublished)

ZIA-EBRAHIMI, Reza (2011). Self-Orientalisation and dislocation: the uses and abuses of the Aryan discourse in Iran. Iranian Studies, 44 (4), 445-472.

ZIA-EBRAHIMI, Reza (2011). An emissary of the Golden Age: Manekji Limji Hataria and the charisma of the archaic in pre-nationalist Iran. Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 10 (3), 377-390.

2010

MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, eds. (2010). Stalinist terror in Eastern Europe: elite purges and mass repression. Manchester, Manchester University Press.

AITKEN, Robbie (2010). Surviving in the metropole: the struggle for work and belonging amongst African colonial migrants in Weimar Germany. Immigrants & minorities, 28 (2-3), 203-223.

BELL, Alice (2010). The possible worlds of hypertext fiction. Palgrave Macmillan.

STEGGLE, Matthew, ed. (2010). The English Moor, or The mock-marriage. Richard Brome Online.

COLLINS, Bruce (2010). War and empire : the expansion of Britain, 1790-1830. Harlow, Pearson/Longman, p. 510.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2010). Beginning realism. Beginnings . Manchester, Manchester University Press.

HOPKINS, Chris (2010). "Frustrated Spinsters" and "Morbid Degenerate[s]"?: women and men in Winifred Holtby's Truth is Not Sober (1934). In: REGAN, Lisa, (ed.) Winifred Holtby, 'A Woman in her time' : critical essays. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars, 149-171.

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HOPKINS, L. (2010). Staging the Medici: the Medici Family in English renaissance drama, c.1590–c.1640. Sun Yat-Sen Journal of Humanities, 27, 63-74.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2010). Englishmen abroad : mobility and nationhood in Dido, Queen of Carthage and Edward II. English, 59 (227), 324-348.

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HOPKINS, Lisa (2010). “Papists and poets of like conscience for fictions”: religion and responsibility in the plays of Shakespeare. In: PRAKASH, A. and DAHIYA, S. P. S., (eds.) The critic Shakespeare: essays in appreciation. Haryana, India, The Shakespeare Association, 71-91.

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HOPKINS, Lisa (2010). ‘Prospero’s Books’. Journal of drama studies, 4 (2), 5-18.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin (2010). Popular resistance in Communist Czechoslovakia : The Plzeň Uprising, June 1953. Contemporary European History, 19 (4), 287-307.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin (2010). Stalinist terror in Czechoslovakia: origins, processes, responses. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Stalinist Terror in Eastern Europe: Elite Purges and Mass Repression. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 98-118.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew (2010). Stalinist terror in Eastern Europe: problems, perspectives and interpretations. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Stalinist terror in Eastern Europe: elite purges and mass repression. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1-18.

MIDGLEY, Clare (2010). Women, religion and reform. In: MORGAN, Sue and DEVRIES, Jacqueline, (eds.) Women, gender and religious cultures in Britain, 1800-1940. Abingdon, Routledge, 138-158.

MONTGOMERY, Chris (2010). Sprachraum and its perception. In: LAMELI, Alfred, KEHREIN, Roland and RABANUS, Stefan, (eds.) Language and space : an international handbook of linguistic variation. Language mapping. Berlin, De Gruyter Mouton, 586-606.

MOORE, Nicolas (2010). Analysing for information across modes. In: RODRIGUEZ, Caballero and SANZ, Pinar, (eds.) Ways and Modes of Human Communication. Colección Estudios (129). Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 821-829.

RIORDAN, Maurice (2010). Translations of old Irish poetry. In: CROTTY, Patrick, (ed.) Pengun Book of Old Irish Poetry. Pengun , 185-188.

SINGLETON, John (2010). Central banking in the twentieth century. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

SINGLETON, John and GRIETJIE, Verhoel (2010). Regulation, deregulation and internationalization in South African and New Zealand banking. Business History, 52 (4), 536-563.

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STEGGLE, Matthew (2010). Prospero and plagiarism : Early Modern Studies and the rise of Wikipedia. Digital Studies / Le champ numérique, 2 (1).

STEGGLE, Matthew (2010). A lost Jacobean tragedy : Henry the Una (c. 1619). Early Theatre, 13 (1), 65-82.

STIBBE, Matthew (2010). East Germany, 1945-1953 : Stalinist repression and internal party purges. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Stalinist terror in Eastern Europe: elite purges and mass repression. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 57-77.

TARLO, Harriet (2010). The new comes forward : Anglo-American modernist women poets. In: MARSH, Nicky and MIDDLETON, Peter, (eds.) Teaching modernist poetry (Teaching the new English). Palgrave Macmillan.

TAYLOR, Tony (2010). Richard Cobden, J.E. Thorold Rogers and Henry George. In: CRAGOE, Matthew and READMAN, Paul, (eds.) The land question in Britain, 1750-1950. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 146-166.

THORAL, Marie-Cecile (2010). L'émergence du pouvoir local : le département de l'Isère face à la centralisation (1800-1837). Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

VERDON, Nicola (2010). "The modern countrywoman”: farm women, domesticity and social change in interwar Britain. History Workshop Journal, 70 (1), 86-107.

WELCH, Lindalee (2010). The Woods. [Performance] (Unpublished)

2009

BEALS, Melodee (2009). The sojourning settler : transatlantic networks and identities in the British-American tobacco trade, 1740-1841. Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 3 (1).

CONNOLLY, Annaliese (2009). New directions : Shakespeare and the Fairy King : re-viewing the cultural and political contexts of A Midsummer Night's Dream. In: BUCCOLA, Regina, (ed.) A Midsummer Night's Dream : a critical guide. Continuum Renaissance drama . Continuum, 131-149.

DODGSON-KATIYO, Pauline (2009). In the enemy's camp : women representing male violence in Zimbabwe's wars. In: BORG BARTHET, Stella, (ed.) Shared waters : soundings in postcolonial literatures. Cross/Cultures (18). Amsterdam, Rodopi, 61-74.

DODGSON-KATIYO, Pauline (2009). The Story of Seretse and Ruth: A Southern African foundational fiction. Journal of Literary Studies, 25 (1), 64-79.

HARRIS, Michael (2009). Escaping the tractor beam of literary theory: notes towards appropriate theories of creative writing - and some arguments against the inappropriate ones. TEXT : Journal of writing courses (AAWP), 13 (2).

HOPKINS, Chris (2009). Caradoc Evans's Modernist Antipastoral. In: JAMES, David and TEW, Philip, (eds.) New version of pastoral : post-romantic, modern and contemporary responses to the tradition. Madison [N.J.], Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 107-122.

HOPKINS, Chris (2009). Wales (1937-9), The Welsh Review (1939-41). In: BROOKER, Peter and THACKER, Andrew, (eds.) The Oxford critical and cultural history of modernist magazines. Vol. 1, Britain and Ireland 1880-1955. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 714-734.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2009). Relocating Shakespeare and Austen on Screen. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

HOWKINS, Alun and VERDON, Nicola (2009). The state and the farm worker: the evolution of the minimum wage in agriculture in England and Wales, 1909-24. Agricultural history review, 57 (2), 257-274.

LAYCOCK, Joanne (2009). Imagining Armenia : orientalism, ambiguity and intervention 1878 -1925. Cultural history of modern war . Manchester, Manchester University Press.

LAYCOCK, Joanne (2009). The repatriation of Armenians to Soviet Armenia, 1945-49. In: GATRELL, Peter and BARON, Nick, (eds.) Warlands : Population Resettlement and State Reconstruction in Soviet Eastern Europe, 1930-1950. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 140-162.

LEWIS, Merv (2009). Lancashire and the Great War: the organisation and supply of munitions to the Western Front. In: WILSON, John F., (ed.) King Cotton : a tribute to Douglas A. Farnie. Carnegie, 223-246.

MACMAHON, Barbara (2009). Metarepresentation and decoupling in Northanger Abbey: part 1. English Studies, 90 (5), 518-544.

MACMAHON, Barbara (2009). Metarepresentation and decoupling in Northanger Abbey: part 2. English Studies, 90 (6), 673-694.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin (2009). 'To the Final Destruction of All Enemies!' : rethinking Stalin's Terror. In: BOWDEN, Brett and DAVIS, Michael, (eds.) Terror: From Tyrannicide to Terrorism. Queensland, Australia, University of Queensland Press, 175-189.

PETERSSON, Niels (2009). Anarchie und Weltrecht: das Deutsche Reich und die Institutionen der Weltwirtschaft, 1890-1930. Kritische Studien zur Geschichtswissenschaft, 183 . Göttingen, Niedersachs, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

PETERSSON, Niels (2009). >> Groβer Sprung nach vorn << oder >> natürliche Entwicklung<<? Zeitkonzepte der Entwicklungspolitik im 20. Jahrhundert. In: BÜSCHEL, Hubertus and SPEICH, Daniel, (eds.) Entwicklungswelten : Globalgeschichte der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit. Reihe "Globalgeschichte" (6). Frankfurt ; New York, Campus, 89-112.

RUTTER, Tom (2009). Marlovian echoes in the Admiral’s Men Repertory: Alcazar, Stukeley, Patient Grissil. Shakespeare Bulletin, 27 (1), 27-38.

SINGLETON, John (2009). The euromarkets and the New Zealand government in the 1960s. Australian Economic History Review, 49 (3), 252-275.

TARLO, Harriet (2009). Recycles : the eco-ethical poetics of found text in contemporary poetry. Journal of Ecocriticism, 1 (2), 114-130.

TWELLS, Alison (2009). The Civilising Mission and the English Middle Class : the 'heathen' at home and overseas 1792-1850. Palgrave Macmillan .

VERDON, Nicola (2009). Agricultural labour and the contested nature of women’s work in interwar England and Wales. The Historical Journal, 52 (1), 109-130.

WELCH, Lindalee (2009). Flossie Paper Doll. [Performance] (Unpublished)

2008

ABULHAWA, Danielle (2008). Female skateboarding : re-writing gender. Platform : Postgraduate eJournal of Theatre and Performing Arts, 3 (1), 56-72.

AITKEN, Robbie (2008). From Cameroon to Germany and back via Moscow and Paris: the political career of Joseph Bilé (1892-1959), performer, "Negerarbeiter" and Comintern activist. Journal of Contemporary History, 43 (4), 597-616.

BEALS, Melodee (2008). ‘Passengers Wishing to Embrace This Commodious Conveyance, Will Apply Immediately’: the rise in emigrant passage advertising in the Scottish Borders, 1800-1830. International Journal of Local and Regional Studies, 4 (1), 21-46.

COLLINS, Bruce (2008). Siege warfare in the age of Wellington. In: WOOLGAR, Chris M., (ed.) Wellington Studies. Southampton, University of Southampton, 22-53.

DODGSON-KATIYO, Pauline (2008). Asylum stories : constructing Zimbabwean identities in the diaspora. In: RINGS, Guido and IFE, Anne, (eds.) Neo-colonial mentalities in contemporary Europe? : language and discourse in the construction of identities. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Press, 67-83.

HARRIS, Michael (2008). 'From One Extreme to Another'. . (Unpublished)

HOCKENHULL-SMITH, Marie (2008). ‘... You'll be made a slave in your turn; you'll be told also that it is right that you should be so, and we shall see what you think of this justice’: Libido, Retribution and Moderation in The Island of Slaves. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 31 (2), 223-240.

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HOPKINS, L. (2008). Marriage in Shakespeare: a community affair. In: DAHIVA, B. S., (ed.) Postmodern essays on love, sex, and marriage in Shakespeare,. New Delhi, Viva Books, 1-17.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2008). Hamlet Smokes Prince: 101 Reykjavik on page and screen. Adaptation, 1 (2), 140-150.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2008). The cultural uses of the Caesars on the English Renaissance stage. Studies in performance and early modern drama . Aldershot, Ashgate.

HOWKINS, Alun and VERDON, Nicola (2008). Adaptable and sustainable? Male farm service and the agricultural labour force in midland and southern England, c.1850-1925. Economic History Review, 61 (2), 467-495.

LLOYD-JONES, Roger and LEWIS, Merv (2008). A war of machinery : the British machine tool industry and arming the Western Front, 1914-1916. Essays in Economics and Business History, 26, 117-132.

MCDERMOTT, Kevin (2008). A “polyphony of voices”? : Czech popular opinion and the Slánský Affair’. Slavic Review, 67 (4), 840-865.

MILLS, Sara (2008). Language and sexism. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

MOORE, Nicolas (2008). Bridging the meta-functions. In: JONES, Carys and VENTOLA, Eija, (eds.) From language to multimodality : new developments in the study of ideational meaning. Functional linguistics . London, Equinox, 111-129.

ROGERS, Jane (2008). Dear Writer. [Audio]

RUTTER, Tom (2008). Patient Grissil and Jonsonian satire. SEL Studies in English Literature, 48 (2), 283-303.

RUTTER, Tom (2008). Work and play on the Shakespearean stage. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

STIBBE, Matthew (2008). British civilian internees in Germany: the Ruhleben camp, 1914-18. Manchester, Manchester University Press.

STIBBE, Matthew (2008). Civilian internment and civilian internees in Europe, 1914-20. Immigrants & minorities, 26 (1-2), 49-81.

TAYLOR, Tony (2008). Some little or contemptible war upon her hands : Reynolds's newspaper and empire. In: HUMPHERYS, Anne and JAMES , Louis, (eds.) G.W.M. Reynolds: nineteenth-century fiction, politics and the press. The Nineteenth Century . Aldershot, Ashgate , 99-119.

2007

BARRETT, E. (2007). Walking on tiptoe and other poems. Bluechrome.

BATTY, S. (2007). The barking thing. Bloodaxe Books.

BELL, A. (2007). "Do you want to hear about it?" Exploring possible worlds in Michael Joyce's Hyperfiction, afternoon, a story. In: STOCKWELL, P. and LAMBROU, M., (eds.) Contemporary stylistics. Continuum, 43-55.

CONNOLLY, A. (2007). Evaluating virginity: a Midsummer Night's Dream and the iconography of marriage. In: CONNOLLY, A. and HOPKINS, L., (eds.) Goddesses and Queens: the iconography of Elizabeth I. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 136-153.

CONNOLLY, A. (2007). David and Bethsabe: reconsidering biblical drama of the long 1590s. Early modern literary studies, 13 (2).

HOCKENHULL-SMITH, Marie (2007). Superego, special juries and a split law: eighteenth century adultery trials viewed through Zizek's lens. Law and critique, 18 (1), 91-116.

MACMAHON, Barbara (2007). The effects of sound patterning in poetry: a cognitive pragmatic perspective. Journal of literary semantics, 36 (2), 103-120.

PEACE, Mary (2007). The Magdalen Hospital and the fortunes of whiggish sentimentality in mid-eighteenth century Britain: "well-grounded" exemplarity vs. "romantic" exceptionality. The eighteenth century, 48 (2), 125-148.

RUTTER, Tom (2007). The actors in Sir Thomas More. Shakespeare yearbook, 18, 223-240.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2007). Authenticism, or, the authority of authenticity. Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature, 40 (3), 139-155.

2006

HOCKENHULL-SMITH, Marie (2006). The children will be "subject to the infamy of their deluded and unfortunate mother": rhetoric of the courtroom, a gothic fantasy and a plain letter to the Lord Chancellor. Law and literature, 18 (3), 403-430.

MCPHERSON, Susan (2006). On being "tempted to knit": writing, reviewing and reading biography. Nineteenth-century contexts.

RUTTER, Tom (2006). Merchants of Venice in A Knack to Know an Honest Man. Medieval and Renaissance drama in England, 19, 194-200.

2005

BARRETT, E. (2005). The bat detector. Wrecking Ball Press.

DREDGE, Sarah (2005). Opportunism and accommodation: the English Woman's Journal and the British mid-nineteenth-century women's movement. Women's studies, 34 (2), 133-157.

HOPKINS, Chris (2005). One End Street? Eve Garnett and the proletarian pastoral for children 1937-1962. Journal of children's literature studies, 1 (3), 1-16.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2005). Staging passions in Ford's The Lover's Melancholy. SEL studies in English literature 1500-1900, 45 (2), 443-459.

RUTTER, Tom (2005). Fit Hamlet, fat Hamlet and the problems of aristocratic labour. Cahiers elisabethains, 68, 27-32.

2004

STEGGLE, Matthew (2004). James Yates, Elizabethan servant poet. Studies in philology, 101 (1), 48-58.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2004). Richard Brome : place and politics on the Caroline stage. Revels Plays Companion Library . Manchester, Manchester University Press.

2003

MILLS, Sara (2003). Gender and politeness. Studies in interactional sociolinguistics, 17 . Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

2002

CONNOLLY, A. (2002). "O unquenchable thirst of gold": Lyly's Midas and the English quest for Empire. Early modern literary studies, 8 (2).

PEACE, Mary (2002). Epicures in rural pleasures: desire, dissent and sentimental economy in Sarah Scott's Millennium Hall. Women's writing, 9 (2), 305-316.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2002). Re-seeding "Englishness": agonism in Timothy Mo's Sour Sweet and Hanif Kureishi's The Buddha of Surburbia. Southeast Asian review of English.

2001

MACMAHON, Barbara (2001). Relevance theory and the use of voice in poetry. Belgian journal of linguistics, 15, 11-34.

MACMAHON, Barbara (2001). The effects of word substitution in slips of the tongue: Finnegans Wake and The Third Policeman. English studies, 82 (3), 231-246.

MCPHERSON, Susan (2001). Opening the open secret: the Stowe-Byron controversy. Victorian review, 27 (1), 86-101.

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STEGGLE, Matthew (2001). Brome, Covent Garden, and 1641. Renaissance forum, 5 (2).

2000

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HOPKINS, Lisa (2000). 'Ripeness is all': the death of Elizabeth in drama. Renaissance forum, 4 (2).

1998

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HOPKINS, Lisa (1998). Knowing their loves: knowledge, ignorance and blindness in ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore. Renaissance forum, 3 (1).

1997

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HOPKINS, L. (1997). 'Malta of Gold': Marlowe, The Jew of Malta, and the Siege of 1565. (Re)Soundings, 1 (2).

1996

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HOPKINS, Lisa (1996). Art and nature in Women Beware Women. Renaissance forum, 1 (2).

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