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ABULHAWA, Dani (2015). Locating rhythms : improvised play in the built environment. In: MACLEAN, Malcolm, RUSSELL, Wendy and RYALL, Emily, (eds.) Philosophical Perspectives on Play. Abingdon, Routledge, 136-151.

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

AITKEN, Robbie (2013). Education and migration: Cameroonian school children and apprentices in the German metropole, 1884-1914. In: HONECK, Mischa, KLIMKE, Martin and KUHLMANN, Anne, (eds.) Germany and the Black diaspora, : points of contact, 1250-1914. Studies in German History (15). New York, Berghahn, 1-16.

AITKEN, Robbie (2016). Embracing Germany: interwar German society and Black Germans through the eyes of African-American reporters. Journal of American Studies. (In Press)

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.

AITKEN, Robbie (2015). Selling the mission : the German Catholic elite and the educational migration of African youngsters to Europe. German History, 33 (1), 30-51.

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.

AITKEN, Robbie (2016). A transient presence: black visitors and sojourners in Imperial Germany, 1884-1914. Immigrants and Minorties. (In Press)

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.


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

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

BARTH, Boris, GÄNGER, Stefanie and PETERSSON, Niels (2014). Einleitung: Globalisierung und Globalgeschichte. In: BARTH, Boris, GÄNGER, Stefanie and PETERSSON, Niels, (eds.) Globalgeschichten : Bestandsaufnahme und Perspektiven. Frankfurt am Main, Campus, 7-18.

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

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

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.

BEALS, Melodee (2015). The role of The Sydney Gazette in the creation of Australia in the Scottish public sphere. In: FEELEY, Catherine and HINKS, John, (eds.) Historical networks in the book trade. The history of the book . Pickering & Chatto.

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).

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.

BELL, Alice (2016). ‘I felt like I’d stepped out of a different reality’: possible worlds theory, metalepsis and digital fiction. In: GAVINS, Joanna and LAHEY, Ernestine, (eds.) World Building: Discourse in the Mind. Advances in stylistics . Bloomsbury, 15-32.

BELL, Alice (2016). Interactional Metalepsis and Unnatural Narratology. Narrative, 24 (3). (In Press)

BELL, Alice (2014). Media-specific metalepsis in 10:01. In: BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, (eds.) Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics (5). New York, Routledge, 21-38.

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 (2014). Schema theory, hypertext fiction and links. Style, 48 (2), 140-161.

BELL, Alice (2013). Unnatural narration in hypertext fiction. In: ALBER, Jan, SKOV NEILSON, Henkrik and RICHARDSON, Brian, (eds.) A poetics of unnatural narrative. Ohio State University Press, 185-198.

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

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

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.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid, CICCORICCO, David, RUSTAD, Hans, LACCETTI, Jess and PRESSMAN, Jessica (2010). A [S]creed for digital fiction. electronic book review.

BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans (2014). From theorizing to analyzing digital fiction. In: BELL, Alice, ENSSLIN, Astrid and RUSTAD, Hans Kristian, (eds.) Analyzing digital fiction. Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics (5). New York, Routledge, 3-17.

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

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

BROWN, Erica (2015). The rise and fall of ‘the original Bright Young Thing’: Beverley Nichols, Crazy Pavements (1927) and popular authorship. The Review of English Studies, 66 (273), 144-163.

BROWN, Lisa and JONES, Peter (2014). Bringing back the child : language development after extreme deprivation. Children and Childhoods, 4 . Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

BUSH, Barbara and PURVIS, June (2016). Connecting Women's Histories: the local and the global. Women's History Review, 25 (4), 493-498.

BUSH, Sophie (2013). The theatre Of Timberlake Wertenbaker. Critical Companions . London, Bloomsbury Methuen Drama.

BUSH, Sophie and DANIELS, Morgan (2015). No flowers: performative interventions 'at the moment of' Margaret Thatcher's passing. TDR/The Drama Review, 59 (2), 103-113.


CADMAN, Daniel (2015). “Quick Comedians”: Mary Sidney, Samuel Daniel and the Theatrum Mundi in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra. In: Shakespeare 450, Paris, 21-27 April 2014. Societé Française Shakespeare.

CADMAN, Daniel (2015). Sovereigns and subjects in early modern neo-Senecan drama : republicanism, stoicism and authority. Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama . Farnham, Ashgate.

CADMAN, Daniel (2014). Stoicism, Calvinism, and Determinism in Fulke Greville's "Alaham". In: MARDOCK, James and MCPHERSON, Kathryn, (eds.) Stages of Engagement : Drama and Religion in Post-Reformation England. Pittsburgh, Duquesne University Press, 41-62.

CADMAN, Daniel (2011). "Th'accession of these mighty States" : Daniel's Philotas and the union of crowns. Renaissance Studies, 26 (3), 365-384.

CADMAN, Daniel (2012). "The very nerves of state" : biopolitics and sovereignty in Shakespeare's Vienna. In: LEMONNIER-TEXIER, Delphine and WINTER, Guillaume, (eds.) Lectures de Measure for Measure de William Shakespeare. Mondes Anglophones . Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 159-172.

CHETA, Arun and STEGGLE, Matthew (2014). Thomas Nashe reads The Nosegay of Morall Philosophie. Notes and Queries, 61 (2), 221-223.

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

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.

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.

COFFEY-GLOVER, Laura (2015). Ideologies of masculinity in women’s magazines : a critical stylistic approach. Gender and Language, 9 (3), 337-364.

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

COLLINS, Bruce (2015). Counter-insurgency in the Bombay Presidency during the Mutiny-Rebellion, 1857. British Journal of Military History, 1 (2), 28-46.

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

COLLINS, Bruce (2015). Introduction: case studies in colonial counter-insurgency. British Journal of Military History, 1 (2), 2-7.

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

DREWERY, Claire (2015). Liminal and liminoid discourses in modernist women’s short fiction : performance, spectatorship, and cinema. In: ACHILLES, Jochen and BERGMANN, Ina, (eds.) Liminality and the Short Story : Boundary Crossings in American, Canadian, and British Writing. Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature . New York, Routledge, 50-62.

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

EARNSHAW, Steve (2015). Charlotte Brontë’s fictional epistles. Brontë Studies, 40 (3), 201-214.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2013). Creative writing and “the lash of criticism". In: HARPER, Graeme, (ed.) A companion to creative writing. Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 213-228.

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

EARNSHAW, Steve (2014). Introduction. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 1-7.

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.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2016). Not Really. Quarterly West, 87.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2015). Scar. The Wrong Quarterly, 2, 15-20.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2016). Tiny Guns. Lackington's Magazine, 10, 37-46.

EARNSHAW, Steve (2015). The Whale of Penlan Tork. Lackington's Magazine (6).

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

EARNSHAW, Steve (2014). The writer as artist. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 65-77.

EARNSHAW, Steven (2015). Drink, dissolution, antibiography: the existential drinker. In: HAILWOOD, Mark and TONER, Deborah, (eds.) Biographies of Drink. Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Press, 204-222.

EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). Habitual Drunkards and Metaphysics : Four Case Studies from the Victorian Period. The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs, 28 (2), 143-160. (In Press)

EARNSHAW, Steven (2014). Iconoclasm of Modern Funeral Vignettes. The Squawkback, 128.

EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). Memory Clinic. London, Roman Books. (In Press)

EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). The Water. Thrice Fiction, 17, 43-44.

EARNSHAW, Steven (2016). Whatever happened to reusable prophylactics? Butcher's Dog, 7.

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.

ENSSLIN, Astrid and BELL, Alice (2012). "Click = Kill": textual you in ludic digital fiction. Storyworlds, 4, 49-73.

ENSSLIN, Astrid and BELL, Alice (2007). New perspectives on digital literature: criticism and analysis. dichtung-digital.

EVANS, Laura (2013). Gender, generation and the experiences of farm dwellers resettled in the Ciskei Bantustan, South Africa, ca 1960–1976. Journal Of Agrarian Change, 13 (2), 213-233.

EVANS, Laura (2014). Resettlement and the making of the Ciskei Bantustan, South Africa, c.1960–1976. Journal of Southern African Studies, 40 (1), 21-40.

EVANS, Laura (2012). South Africa's Bantustans and the dynamics of ‘decolonisation’: reflections on writing histories of the homelands. South African Historical Journal, 64 (1), 117-137.


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


GAZELEY, Ian and VERDON, Nicola (2014). The first poverty line? Davies' and Eden's investigation of rural poverty in the late 18th-century England. Explorations in Economic History, 51, 94-108.

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

GIBBONS, Alison (2016). 'I haven't seen you since (a specific date, a time, the weather)': Global identity and the reinscription of subjectivity in Brian Castro's Shanghai Dancing. Ariel : A Review of International English Literature, 47 (1-2), 223-251.

GIBBONS, Alison (2016). Multimodality, Cognitive Poetics, and Genre: Reading Grady Hendrix’s novel Horrorstör. Multimodal communication, 5 (1), 15-29.

GOTTLIEB, Julie V. and STIBBE, Matthew (2017). Peace at any price: the visit of Nazi Women’s leader Gertrud Scholtz-Klink to London in March 1939 and the response of British Women Activists. Women's History Review, 26 (2), 173-194.

GRAINGER, Karen, KERKAM, Z, MANSOR, F and MILLS, Sara (2015). Offering and hospitality in Arabic and English. Journal of Politeness Research, 11 (1), 41-70.

GRAINGER, Karen and MILLS, Sara (2015). Directness and indirectness across cultures. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

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

GREEN, Keith (2015). Deixis in literature. In: SOTIROVA, Violeta, (ed.) The Bloomsbury companion to stylistics. Bloomsbury Companions . London, Bloomsbury Academic, 400-415.


HAGGIS, Jane, MIDGLEY, Clare, ALLEN, Margaret and PAISLEY, Fiona (2017). Cosmopolitan lives on the cusp of Empire: interfaith, cross-cultural and transnational networks, 1860-1950. Palgrave Pivot . Palgrave. (In Press)

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.

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.

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).

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

HARRIS, Michael (2014). Introduction to scriptwriting. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 251-262.

HARRIS, Michael (2014). Writing for radio. In: EARNSHAW, Steve, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing: Second edition. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 273-281.

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.

HERMESTON, Rodney (2014). Indexing Bob Cranky : social meaning and the voices of pitmen and keelmen in early nineteenth-century Tyneside song. Victoriographies, 4 (2), 156-180.

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

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.

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.

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.

HONEYWELL, Carissa (2015). Anarchism and the British Warfare State : The Prosecution of the War Commentary Anarchists, 1945. International Review of Social History, 60 (02), 257-284.

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

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

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 (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, 3 (1), 97-112.

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.

HOPKINS, Chris (2014). ‘My Mother Won the War’: Patriotism and the First World War in Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Scenes of Childhood (1981). Literature Compass, 11 (12), 754-766.

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

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, 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 (2013). ‘An Apple Cleft in Twain’: Shakespearean heroines and the penalty of Eve. Journal of drama studies, 7, 91-99.

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

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.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2007). The Cardinal’s Fishpond : the symbolic landscapes of The Duchess of Malfi. Journal of Drama Studies, 1 (1), 20-34.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2005). Cleopatra and the myth of Scota. In: DEATS, Sarah Munson, (ed.) Antony and Cleopatra : new critical essays. Shakespeare criticism . Routledge, 231-242.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2005). Death and the castrated : the complex psyches of Valperga. Romanticism on the Net, 40.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2006). Dorothy Dunnett’s Lymond and Niccolò series : history versus experience. Working Papers on the Web, 9.

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

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

HOPKINS, Lisa (2017). From the Romans to the Normans on the English Renaissance Stage. Medieval Institute Publications. (Unpublished)

HOPKINS, Lisa (2007). ‘Gollum and Caliban: Evolution and Design’. In: CROFT, Janet Brennan, (ed.) Tolkien and Shakespeare: Essays on Shared Themes and Language. Critical explorations in science fiction and fantasy . Jefferson, N.C., McFarland, 281-293.

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

HOPKINS, Lisa (2002). ‘How very like the home life of our own dear queen’: Ian McKellen’s Richard III. In: STARKS, Lisa S and LEHMANN, Courtney, (eds.) Spectacular Shakespeare : critical theory and popular cinema. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 47-61.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2003). Jack London’s evolutionary hierarchies : dogs, wolves, and men. In: CUDDY, Lois A. and ROCHE, Claire M., (eds.) Evolution and Eugenics in American Literature and Culture, 1880-1940. Essays on ideological conflict and complicity . Bucknell University Press, 89-101.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2003). ‘Jane C. Loudon’s The Mummy!: Mary Shelley Meets George Orwell, and They Go in a Balloon to Egypt’. Cardiff Corvey, 10.

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

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). Macbeth: Scotland's Past, Britain's Future. In: HARTLEY, Andrew, (ed.) Shakespeare and Contemporary Fiction. Cambridge University Press. (Submitted)

HOPKINS, Lisa (2016). Moving Marlowe: The Jew of Malta on the Caroline Stage. Marlowe Studies. (In Press)

HOPKINS, Lisa (1997). Neighbourhood in Henry V. In: BURNETT, Mark Thornton and WRAY, Ramona, (eds.) Shakespeare and Ireland: History, Politics, Culture. Palgrave Macmillan.

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.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2001). Passing : the Irish and the Germans in the fiction of John Buchan and Erskine Childers. Irish Studies Review, 9 (1), 69-80.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2013). Point, counterpoint, needlepoint: the tapestry in Margaret Cavendish’s The Unnatural Tragedy. Women’s Writing, 20 (4), 555-566.

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

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

HOPKINS, Lisa (2014). Renaissance drama on the edge. Ashgate.

HOPKINS, Lisa (2015). Review of Ford's Love's Sacrifice(directed by Matthew Dunster for the Royal Shakespeare Company) at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 16 May 2015. Shakespeare, 12 (1), 81-82.

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

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STEGGLE, Matthew (2016). 'The Comedy of a Duke of Ferrara' in 1598. Early Theatre, 19 (2), 139-156.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2015). Digital humanities and the lost drama of early modern England : ten case studies. Studies in performance and early modern drama . Farnham, Ashgate.

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STEGGLE, Matthew (2007). Laughing and Weeping in Early Modern Theatres. Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama . Routledge.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2012). A Lost Turk Play : actors Mufti Nassuf &c (1614–42). Ben Jonson Journal, 19 (1), 45-64.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2014). Lost, or rather surviving as a very short document. In: MCINNIS, David and STEGGLE, Matthew, (eds.) Lost Plays in Shakespeare's England. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 72-83.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2015). The Monster in the Corner: Plague and The Three Ladies of London. In: OSTOVICH, Helen and GOUGH, Melinda, (eds.) Performance as Research in Early English Theatre Studies: The Three Ladies of London in Context. McMaster University.

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.

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STEGGLE, Matthew (2016). Philip Henslowe's Artificial Cow. Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, 30. (In Press)

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

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STEGGLE, Matthew (2016). Two Emendations to Measure for Measure. Notes and Queries, 63 (3), 425-427.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2012). Urbane John Marston : obscenity, satire, co-operation. In: HOENSELAARS, Ton, (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Contemporary Dramatists. Cambridge Companions to Literature and Classics . Cambridge University Press, 70-82.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2015). William Shakespeare, Measure for measure. In: GREENBLATT, Stephen, (ed.) The Norton Shakespeaere. New York, Norton, 2171-2240.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2014). The cruces of Measure for Measure and EEBO-TCP. The Review of English Studies, 65 (270), 438-455.

STEGGLE, Matthew (2016). The humours in humour: Shakespeare and early modern psychology. In: The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Comedy. Oxford University Press. (In Press)

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

STEGGLE, Matthew and RASMUSSEN, Eric (2012). Ben Jonson, Cynthia's Revels, or the Fountain of Self-Love. In: BUTLER, Martin, BEVINGTON, David and DONALDSON, Ian, (eds.) The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 429-548.

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.

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.

STIBBE, Matthew (2013). Ein globales Phänomen: Zivilinternierung im Ersten Weltkrieg in transnationaler und internationaler Dimension. In: JAHR, Christoph and THIEL, Jens, (eds.) Lager vor Auschwitz: Gewalt und Integration im 20. Jahrhundert. Berlin, Metropol Verlag, 158-176.

STIBBE, Matthew (2007). Elisabeth Rotten and the 'Auskunfts- und Hilfsstelle für Deutsche im Ausland und Ausländer in Deutschland, 1914-1919'. In: FELL, Alison S. and SHARP, Ingrid, (eds.) The Women’s Movement in Wartime: international perspectives, 1914-19. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 194-210.

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 (2014). Enemy Aliens and Internment. In: DANIEL, Ute, GATRELL, Peter, JANZ, Oliver, JONES, Heather, KEENE, Jennifer, KRAMER, Alan and NASSON, Bill, (eds.) 1914-1918 online : International Encyclopedia of the First World War. Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin.

STIBBE, Matthew (2014). Enemy aliens, deportees, refugees: internment practices in the Habsburg Empire, 1914-1918. Journal of Modern European History, 12 (4), 479-499.

STIBBE, Matthew (2010). Fighting the First World War in the Cold War: East and West German historiography on the origins of the First World War, 1945-1959. In: HOCHSCHERF, Tobias, LAUCHT, Christoph and PLOWMAN, Andrew, (eds.) Divided but not disconnected: German experiences of the Cold War. Oxford, Berghahn Books, 34-48.

STIBBE, Matthew (2006). The First World War: aims, strategy and diplomacy. In: MARTEL, Gordon, (ed.) A companion to Europe 1900-1945. Blackwell Companions to European History . Oxford, Blackwell, 228-242.

STIBBE, Matthew (2016). Flüchtige Allianzen: Der Erste Weltkrieg als Erwartungshorizont und Explanandum. In: MAUBACH, Franka and MORINA, Christina, (eds.) Das 20. Jahrhundert erzählen: Zeiterfahrung und Zeiterforschung im geteilten Deutschland. Beiträge zur Geschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts (21). Göttingen, Wallstein Verlag, 32-85.

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 (2014). The German Empire’s Response: From Retaliation to the Painful Realities of Defeat. In: PANAYI, Panikos, (ed.) Germans as Minorities during the First World War: A Global Comparative Perspective. Farnham, Ashgate, 47-68.

STIBBE, Matthew (2010). Germany, 1914-1933: Politics, Society and Culture. Harlow, Pearson.

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 (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.

STIBBE, Matthew (2013). 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 deutsche, jüdische, polnische und ukrainische Zivilbevölkerung im östlichen Europa. Veröffentlichungen zur Kultur und Geschichte im östlichen Europa (39). Essen, Klartext Verlag, 87-106.

STIBBE, Matthew (2015). The Limits of Rehabilitation: The 1930s Stalinist Terror and its Legacy in post-1953 East Germany. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) De-Stalinising Eastern Europe: The Rehabilitation of Stalin’s Victims after 1953. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 87-108.

STIBBE, Matthew (2014). “Ohne jede Ausnahme eine Schar von Feinden Österreichs”: Die Internierungspolitik des Habsburgerreiches im europäischen und globalen Kontext. In: FRITZ, Peter, (ed.) Jubel und Elend: Leben mit dem Großen Krieg, 1914-1918. Schallaburg, gugler GmbH, 338-343.

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

STIBBE, Matthew (2014). Remembering, Commemorating and (Re)Fighting the Great War in Germany from 1919 to the Present Day. In: SUMARTOJO, Shanti and WELLINGS, Ben, (eds.) Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration: Mobilizing the Past in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Cultural memories (2). Oxford, Peter Lang, 205-222.

STIBBE, Matthew (2006). The SED, German Communism and the 17 June 1953 Uprising: new trends and new research. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Revolution and resistance in Eastern Europe: challenges to communist rule. Oxford and New York, Berg, 37-55.

STIBBE, Matthew (2014). Why the Great War Centenary will be a Non-Issue in Germany. The Conversation Trust (UK) Limited.

STIBBE, Matthew (2014). Women’s Mobilisation for War (Germany). In: DANIEL, Ute, GATRELL, Peter, JANZ, Oliver, JONES, Heather, KEENE, Jennifer, KRAMER, Alan and NASSON, Bill, (eds.) 1914-1918-online : International Encyclopedia of the First World War. Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin.

STIBBE, Matthew (2013). A hopeless case of optimism? Jürgen Kuczynski and the end of the GDR. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) The 1989 Revolutions in Central and Eastern Europe: from communism to pluralism. Manchester, Manchester University Press, 213-234.

STIBBE, Matthew (2006). The internment of civilians by belligerent states during the First World War and the response of the international committee of the Red Cross. Journal of Contemporary History, 41 (1), 5-19.

STIBBE, Matthew and MCDERMOTT, Kevin (2015). De-Stalinising Eastern Europe: the dilemmas of rehabilitation. In: MCDERMOTT, Kevin and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) De-Stalinising Eastern Europe: the rehabilitation of Stalin’s victims after 1953. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 1-24.

STIBBE, Matthew, SHNYROVA, Olga and HELFERT, Veronika (2017). Women and Socialist Revolution, 1917-23. In: SHARP, Ingrid and STIBBE, Matthew, (eds.) Women Activists Between War and Peace : Europe, 1918-1923. London, Bloomsbury, 123-172. (In Press)

SÁNCHEZ-ARCE, Ana María (2016). Performing innocence: violence and the nation in Ian McEwan’s Saturday and Sunjeev Sahota’s Ours Are the Streets. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature. (In Press)


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 / Newcaslte University.

TARLO, Harriet (2015). Poems 2004-2014. Bristol, Shearsman Press.

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

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.

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.

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TARLO, Harriet and TUCKER, Judith (2016). ‘Off path, counter path’: contemporary walking collaborations in landscape, art and poetry. Critical Survey. (In Press)

TAYLOR, Antony (2015). 'Godless Edens': surveillance, eroticised anarchy and 'depraved' communities in Britain and the wider world, 1890-1930. In: PLILEY, Jessica, KRAMM-MASAOKA, Robert and FISCHER-TINE, Harald, (eds.) Global Anti-Vice Activism 1890-1950: Fighting Drink, Drugs and 'Immorality'. New York, Cambridge University Press, 29-58. (In Press)

TAYLOR, Antony (2016). The Transnational Turn in British Labour History. Labour history review, 81 (1), 77-87.

TAYLOR, Antony (2016). The Whiteway Anarchists in the Twentieth Century: a transnational community in the Cotswolds. History, 101 (344), 62-83.

TAYLOR, Antony David (2017). 'At the Mercy of the German Eagle': images of London in dissolution in the novels of William Le Queux. Critical Survey. (In Press)

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 (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.

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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.

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. Woodbridge, Boydell and brewer, 99-120.

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

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.

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.

THORAL, Marie-Cecile (2015). Sartorial Orientalism: cross-cultural dressing in Colonial Algeria and metropolitan France in the Nineteenth Century. European History Quarterly, 45 (1), 57-82.

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.

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

TWELLS, Alison (2015). ‘Went into raptures’: reading emotion in the ordinary wartime diary, 1941-1946. Women's History Review, 25 (1), 143-160.

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.


VAN DER BOM, Isabelle and MILLS, Sara (2015). A discursive approach to the analysis of politeness data. Journal of Politeness Research, 11 (2), 179-206.

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.

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.

VERDON, Nicola (2015). Left out in the cold: Village women and agricultural labour in England and Wales during the First World War. Twentieth Century British History. (In Press)

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


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

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

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

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

WOOD, Richard (2015). ‘She made her courtiers learned’ : Sir Philip Sidney, the Arcadia and Step-dame Elizabeth. In: BAMFORD, Karen and MILLER, Naomi J., (eds.) Maternity and romance narratives in early modern England. Women and gender in the early modern world . Farnham, Ashgate, 49-74.


ZIA-EBRAHIMI, Reza (2012). ‘Arab invasion’ and decline, or the import of European racial thought by Iranian nationalists. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37 (6), 1043-1061.

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.

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.

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