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Everist, Mark (ed.) (1992) Music before 1600, Oxford, GB, Blackwell, 256pp. (Models of Musical Analysis).

Stoyle, Mark (ed.) (1994) Loyalty and locality: Popular allegiance in Devon during the English civil war, Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 330pp.

Stoyle, Mark (ed.) (1996) From deliverance to destruction: Rebellion and civil war in an English city , Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 232pp. (Exeter Studies in History).

Carboni, Fabio, de Lucca, Valeria and Agostino, Ziino (eds.) (1997) Tullio Cima, Domenico Massenzio e la musica del loro tempo. atti del convegno internazionale, L'Istituto di Bibliografia Musicale, 463pp. (Colloquia / Istituto di bibliografia musicale, 2).

Jones, Siân, Kushner, Tony and Pearce, Sarah (eds.) (1997) Cultures of ambivalence and contempt: studies in Jewish and non-Jewish relations , Edgware, UK, Vallentine Mitchell, 336pp. (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish Studies).

Cornwall, Mark and Frame, Murray (eds.) (2001) Scotland and the Slavs: cultures in contact 1500-2000, Russian Federation, RU, Oriental Research Partners, 311pp.

Clarke, Peter D. (ed.) (2002) The University and College Libraries of Cambridge , London, GB, British Academy (Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues, 10).

Clarke, Peter D., Schmugge, Ludwig, Mueller, Wolfgang and Mosciatti, Alessandra (eds.) (2002) Repertorium Poenitentiariae Germanicum, 5: Paul II (1464-1471), Tubingen, Germany, Niemeyer

Clarke, Peter (ed.) (2002) The University and College Libraries of Cambridge, London, UK, The British Library in Association with The British Academy, 1004pp. (Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues, 10).

Bergfelder, Tim and Street, S. (eds.) (2004) The Titanic in myth and memory: representations in visual and literary culture, London, UK, I.B. Tauris, 242pp.

Gray, Peter and Oliver, Kendrick (eds.) (2004) The memory of catastrophe, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 237pp.

Clarke, Peter D. (eds.) (2004) Owens’s historical essays in honour of Professor Jeffrey H. Denton. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester , 83, (3)

Karn, Nicholas (ed.) (2005) English Episcopal Acta 31, Ely 1109-1197, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 442pp. (English Episcopal Acta, 31).

Arnold, Dana and Sofaer, Joanna (eds.) (2007) Biographies and space: placing the subject in art and architecture, London, GB, Routledge, 197pp.

Brown, David and Taylor, Miles (eds.) (2007) Palmerston studies II, Southampton, GB, Hartley Institute

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (ed.) (2008) The development of modern medicine in non-western countries: historical perspectives, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 240pp. (Royal Asiatic Society Books).

Cesarani, David, Kushner, Tony and Shain, Milton (eds.) (2009) Place and displacement in Jewish history and memory: Zakor v'Makor, London, GB, Vallentine Mitchell

Clarke, Peter D. and Claydon, Anthony M. (eds.) (2009) The Church, the afterlife and the fate of the soul, Boydell (Studies in Church History, 45 45).

Clarke, Peter D. and Claydon, Anthony M. (eds.) (2010) God's Bounty? The Churches and the Natural World, Rochester, US, Boydell (Studies in Church History, 46).

Kaplan, Cora and Oldfield, John (eds.) (2010) Imagining Transatlantic Slavery, Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 288pp.

Beswick, Jaine E. and Dinneen, Mark (eds.) (2010) The Portuguese-speaking diaspora in Great Britain and Ireland, Cambridge, GB, Modern Humanities Research Association, 128pp. (Portuguese Studies, 26 1).

Arnold, Dana (ed.) (2010) Art history: contemporary perspectives on method, Oxford, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 184pp. (Art History, 32 4).

Jordan, James, Kushner, Tony and Pearce, Sarah (eds.) (2010) Jewish journeys: from Philo to Hip Hop, Edgware, UK, Vallentine Mitchell, 384pp. (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish Studies).

Ewence, Hannah and Spurling, Helen (eds.) (2012) Image conscious: Jewish visuals and visualising Jews through the ages, London, GB, Routledge (Jewish Culture and History, 12.3).

Clarke, Peter and Methuen, Charlotte (eds.) (2012) The Church and Literature, Woodbridge, GB, Boydell, 530pp. (Studies in Church History, 48).

Tumblety, Joan (ed.) (2013) Memory and history: understanding memory as source and subject, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 208pp. (Routledge Guides to Using Historical Sources).

Clarke, Peter D. and Methuen, Charlotte (eds.) (2013) The church on its past, Boydell for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 530pp. (Studies in Church History, 49).

Bending, Stephen (ed.) (2013) A cultural history of gardens. Vol. 4: A cultural history of gardens in the Age of Enlightenment, London, GB, Bloomsbury, 299pp. (The Cultural Histories Series).

McAleer, John and MacKenzie, John M. (eds.) (2015) Exhibiting the empire: cultures of display and the British Empire, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 291pp.

Aldrich, John (2009) Mathematics in the Statistical Society 1883-1933. Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 30pp. (Discussion Papers in Economics and Econometrics 0919).

Anton-Solanas, Isabel, Hallett, Christine E. and Wakefield, Ann (2005) El diario de Priscilla Scott-Ellis: enfermera en tiempo de guerra. In, III Congreso Internacional y VIII Congreso Nacional de Historia de la Enfermería, Zaragoza, Spain, 27 - 29 Oct 2005.

Anton-Solanas, Isabel, Hallett, Christine E. and Wakefield, Ann (2005) The chances of death: the war diary of Priscilla Scott-Ellis. In, Nursing History: Profession and Practice, Manchester, GB,

Arnold, Dana (2004) Art history: a very short introduction, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press

Arnold, Dana (2007) (Auto)biographies and space. In, Arnold, Dana and Sofaer, Joanna (eds.) Biographies and Space: Placing the Subject in Art and Architecture. London, GB, Routledge, 6-16.

Arnold, Dana (2009) Sehen heißt glauben: Historiker und Bilder. In, Jäger, Jens and Knauer, Martin (eds.) Bilder als historische Quellen: Dimension der Debatten um historische Bildforschung. Paderborn, DE, Wilhem Fink, 27-45.

Arnold, Dana (2010) Modernity in London and Paris. Synergies, 2, (1)

Arnold, Dana (2010) Le regard panoptique sur Londres au XIXe siècle et l’appropriation de la métropole. In, Carre, Jacques (eds.) Londres 1700-1900: Naissance d’une Capitale Culturelle. Paris, France, Presses Universitaires de Paris, 111-132.

Aspden, Suzanne (2002) Fam'd Handel breathing, tho' transformed to stone: the composer as monument. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 55, (1), 39-90.

Baker, Catherine (2011) Tito’s children?: educational resources, language learning and cultural capital in the life histories of interpreters working in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Sudosteuropa, 59, (4), 478-502.

Barker, Elton, Isaksen, Leif, Rabinowitz, Nick, Bouzarovski, Stefan and Pelling, Christopher (2011) HESTIA: using digital resources to investigate the world of an ancient historian. In, Dunn, S. and Mahony, S. (eds.) Digital Classicist Supplement of the Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. , Institute of Classical Studies.

Barker, G., Basell, L., Brooks, I., Cartwright, C., Cole, F., Davison, J., Farr, L., Grűn, R., Hamilton, R., Hunt, C., Inglis, R., Jacobs, Z., Legge, T., Leitch, V., Morales, J., Morley, I., Morley, M., Pawley, S., Pryor, A., Roberts, B., Reynolds, T., El-Rishi, H., Simpson, D., Twati, M. and Van der Veen, M. Libyan Studies (2009) The Cyrenaican prehistory project 2008: the second season of investigations of the Haua Fteah cave and its landscape, and further results from the initial (2007) fieldwork. Libyan Studies, 39, 175-221.

Batchelor, J. (2003) Fashion and Frugality: Eighteenth-Century pocket books for women. Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, 32, 1-18.

Batchelor, J. (2004) "Industry in Distress": Reconfiguring Femininity and Labor in the Magdalen House. Eighteenth Century Life, 28, (1), 1-20.

Bates, Ed (2010) History. In, Moeckli, Daniel , Shah, Sangeeta , Sivakumaran, Sandesh and Harris, David (eds.) International Human Rights Law. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 17-38.

Beecroft, Mark (2001) Book review. Geography militant: cultures of exploration and Empire. The British Journal for the History of Science, 34, (3), 363-364. (doi:10.1017/S000708740134445X).

Bernard, G.W. (2004) Richard Bruce Wernham (1906-1999). Proceedings of the British Academy, 124, 375-396.

Bernasek, Lisa (2005) Imazighen! Beauty and artisanship in Berber life. Ornament, 28, (3), 52-55.

Bernasek, Lisa (2006) The taste for Moroccan arts in Paris, 1917-2006. In, Middle East Studies Association Annual Conference, Boston, US, 18 - 21 Nov 2006.

Bernasek, Lisa (2009) Secularism and the 'Muslimisation' of north Africans in France. Parkes Institute Seminar Series, Southampton, GB,

Blue, L. (2002) The historical context of the construction of the Vattai fishing boat and related frame-first vessels of Tamil Nadu and beyond. In, Parkin, David and Barnes, Ruth (eds.) Ships and the development of maritime technology on the Indian Ocean. London, UK, Routledge, Curzon, 278-290. (Indian Ocean Series).

Borthwick, Kate and García-Guirao, Pedro (2012) Abriendo la historia, abriendo la enseñanza. Una aproximación al proyecto OpenLIVES. Revista Caracteres. Estudios culturales y críticos de la esfera digital, 1, (2), 159-162.

Bose, M.C.A. (2004) Vernacular Philosophy and the Making of Orthodoxy in the Fifteenth Century. In, Scase, Wendy, Copeland, Rita and Lawton, David (eds.) New Medieval Literatures. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press. ((New Medieval Literatures), vol. 7).

Bower, Tristian, Broom, C. Ian, Calvert, J. Roger and Garret, Tamsin S. (2000) Crofton pumping station: performance trials September 1949 and April 1998. Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 71A, 49-77.

Bowling, A., Banister , D. and Sutton, S. (2003) Adding quality to quantity: older people's views on quality of life and its enhancement, London, GB, Age Concern England (End of Award Report).

Boyle, J.F., Gaillard, M.-J., Kaplan, J.O. and Dearing, J.A. (2011) Modelling prehistoric land use and carbon budgets: a critical review. The Holocene (doi:10.1177/0959683610386984).

Brooks, Mary M. (2007) Recovering identity: the role of textual evidence in identifying forgotten azlon fibres from the mid-20th century. In, Hayward, Maria and Kramer, Elizabeth (eds.) Textiles and Text. Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the links between archival and object-based research London, UK, Archetype, 29-33.

Brown, Anthony G., Hawkins, Charlotte, Ryder, Lucy, Hawken, Sean, Griffith, Frances and Hatton, Jackie (2014) Palaeoecological, archaeological and historical data and the making of Devon landscapes. I. The Blackdown Hills. Boreas, 43, (4), 1-22. (doi:10.1111/bor.12074).

Brown, Daniel (2011) Molecular machines and lascivious bodies: James Clerk Maxwell’s verseborn attack on Tyndallic reductionism. In, Fraser, Hilary and Coleman, Deirdre (eds.) Minds, Bodies, Machines, 1770-1930. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 140-160.

Brown, David (2011) Reform, free trade and the birth of the liberal party (1830-1859). In, Ingham , Robert and Brack , Duncan (eds.) Peace, Reform and Liberation: a History of Liberal Politics in Britain 1679-2011. , Biteback, 41-75.

Brown, David (2013) Palmerston and Asia: Playing the Great Game. British Politics Review: Journal of the British Politics Society Norway, 8, (4), 8-10.

Brown, David and Taylor, Miles (2007) Palmerston and the 1850s. In, Palmerston Studies I. Southampton, GB, Hartley Institute, 68-94.

Brown, Tony and Basell, Laura (2008) New lower Palaelithic finds from the Axe valley Dorset. PAST - Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society, 60, 1-3.

Bygrave, Stephen (2012) ‘I predict a riot’: Joseph Priestley and languages of enlightenment in Birmingham in 1791. Romanticism, 18, (1), 70-88. (doi:10.3366/rom.2012.0065).

Calvert, Peter (2003) History. In, Burnell, Peter (eds.) Democratization through the looking glass. Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 70-83.

Calvert, Peter (2004) "Pauncefote, Julian, Baron Pauncefote (1828-1902)". In, The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press. (doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/35419).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2009) Signs and wonders: writing trauma in twelfth-century England. Reading Medieval Studies, 35, 55-77.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2010) Re-placing masculinity: the DC Comics Beowulf series and its context, 1975-6. In, Clark, David and Perkins, Nicholas (eds.) Anglo-Saxon Culture and the Modern Imagination. , DS Brewer, 165-182. (Medievalism, 1).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Medieval Chester: views from the walls. In, Clarke, Catherine A.M. (eds.) Mapping the Medieval City: Space, Place and Identity in Chester c.1200-1600. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 1-18. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Edges and Otherworlds: imagining tidal spaces in early medieval Britain. In, Sobecki, Sebastian (eds.) The Sea and Englishness in the Middle Ages: Maritime Narratives, Identity & Culture. Oxford, GB, DS Brewer, 81-103.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Literary production before and after the Conquest. In, McAvoy, Liz Herbert and Watt, Diane (eds.) The History of British Women’s Writing, 700-1500. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 41-51.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2012) Writing power in Anglo-Saxon England: texts, hierarchies, economies, Oxford, GB, DS Brewer, 208pp. (Anglo-Saxon Studies).

Clarke, Gill (2006) Evelyn Dunbar: War and Country, Bristol, GB, Sansom, 224pp.

Clarke, Peter D. (1999) The interdict on San Gimignano, c.1289-93: a clerical strike and its consequences. Papers of the British School at Rome, 67, 281-302.

Clarke, Peter D. (1999) A question of collective guilt: popes, canonists and the interdict, c. 1140-c. 1250. Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte, Kanonistische Abteilung , 85, 104-146.

Clarke, Peter D. (1999) Innocent III, canon law and the punishment of the guiltless. In, Moore, John C. (eds.) Pope Innocent III and his World. Innocent III and his World , Ashgate, 271-285.

Clarke, Peter D. (2000) A fragment of a collection of Boniface VIII’s extravagantes and a gloss to Unam sanctam from Carlisle. Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law, 24, 130-133.

Clarke, Peter D. (2000) The Collection of Gilbertus and the French glosses in Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, MS 1407-09, and an early recension of Compilatio secunda. Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte, Kanonistische Abteilung, 86, 132-184.

Clarke, Peter D. (2002) The growth of canon and civil law studies, 1070-1535. In, Gibbs, Robert and L'Engle, Susan (eds.) Illuminating the Law: Medieval Legal Manuscripts in Cambridge Collections. Turnhout, BE, Brepols, 22-38. (Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History).

Clarke, Peter D. (2004) Innocent III, the Interdict and Medieval Theories of Popular Resistance. In, Andrews, Frances, Egger, Christoph and Rousseau, Constance M. (eds.) Pope, Church and City: Essays in Honour of Brenda M. Bolton. Leiden, Netherlands, Brill, 77-97. (The Medieval Mediterranean 56).

Clarke, Peter D. (2004) The records of the papal penitentiary as a source for the ecclesiastical interdict. In, Meyer, Andreas, Rendtel, Constanze and Wittmer-Busch, Maria (eds.) Päpste, Pilger, Pönitentiarie: Festschrift für Ludwig Schmugge zur 65. Geburtstag. Tubingen, Germany, Niemeyer, 411-433.

Clarke, Peter D. (2005) New sources for the history of the religious life: the registers of the apostolic penitentiary. Monastic Research Bulletin , 11, 1-21.

Clarke, Peter D. (2005) English royal marriages and the papal penitentiary in the fifteenth century. English Historical Review, 120, (488), 1014-1029. (doi:10.1093/ehr/cei244).

Clarke, Peter D. (2007) The interdict in the thirteenth century: a question of collective guilt, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 310pp.

Clarke, Peter D. (2008) New evidence of noble and gentry piety in fifteenth-century England and Wales. Journal of Medieval History, 34, (1), 23-35. (doi:10.1016/j.jmedhist.2007.10.002).

Clarke, Peter D. (2011) The medieval clergy and violence: an historiographical introduction. In, Jaritz, Gerhard (eds.) Coping with Violence and the Medieval Clergy. , Central European University, 3-16.

Clarke, Peter D. (2012) Petitioning the Pope: English supplicants and Rome in the fifteenth century. In, Clark, Linda (eds.) The Fifteenth Century XI: Concerns and Preoccupations. The Fifteenth Century Conference , Boydell, 41-60. (The Fifteenth Century, XI, X).

Clarke, Peter D. (2015) Peter Landau’s contributions to scholarship on canonistic doctrine and jurisprudence. Fourteenth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law, Toronto, CA, 05 - 11 Aug 2012. Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana.

Clery, E.J., Vogrincic, Ana (eds.) (2010) ‘Horace Walpole, the Strawberry Hill Press, and the emergence of the Gothic genre’. Ars et Humanitas, 5, (1-2), 93-112.

Conlin, Jonathan (2000) The Musée de marchandises: the origins of the Musée Cognacq-Jay. The Journal of the History of Collections, 12, (2), 193-202. (doi:10.1093/jhc/12.2.193).

Conlin, Jonathan (2001) High art and low politics: a new perspective on John Wilkes. Huntington Library Quarterly, 36, (4), 1-19. (doi:10.2307/3817917).

Conlin, Jonathan (2002) "At the Expense of the Public": the 1762 Signpainters' Exhibition and the Public Sphere. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 36, (1), Autumn Issue, 1-21.

Conlin, Jonathan (2005) Wilkes, the Chevalier D'Eon and ‘the Dregs of Liberty’: an Anglo-French perspective on ministerial despotism, 1762–1771. English Historical Review, 120, (489), 1251-1288. (doi:10.1093/ehr/cei331).

Conlin, Jonathan (2011) An illiberal descent: natural and national history in the work of Charles Kingsley. History, 96, (322), 167-187. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-229X.2011.00513.x).

Conlin, Jonathan (2012) Development or destruction? E. A. Freeman and the debate on church restoration, 1839-1851. Oxoniensia, 77, 1-32.

Conlin, Jonathan (2014) Evolution and the Victorians: science, culture and politics in Darwin's Britain, London, GB, Bloomsbury Academic, 240pp.

Conlin, Jonathan (2015) 'An irresponsible flow of images’: Berger, Clark and the art of television, 1958-1988. In, Hertel, Ralf (eds.) Telling Stories: About John Berger. Amsterdam, NL, Rodopi.

Cook, Pam (2010) Another story: myth and history in 'Bonnie and Clyde' (1967). In, Film Moments: Criticism, History, Theory. London, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 102-105.

Cooper, C., Rizzoli, R. and Reginster, J.-Y. (2009) The International Osteoporosis Foundation: history, objectives and achievements. Osteoporosis International, 20, (3), 241-242. (doi:10.1007/s00198-008-0700-5).

Cornwall, Mark (1992) Dr Edvard Benes and Czechoslovakia's German minority 1918-1943. In, Morison, John (eds.) The Czech and Slovak Experience: Selected Papers from the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies. Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies Basingstoke, GB, St Martin's Press, 167-202.

Cornwall, Mark (1992) News, rumour and the control of information in Austria-Hungary, 1914-1918. History, 77, (249), 50-64. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-229X.1992.tb02392.x).

Cornwall, Mark (1993) The rise and fall of a 'special relationship'?: Britain and Czechoslovakia, 1930-1948. In, Brivati, Brian and Jones, Harriet (eds.) What Difference did the War Make? Leicester, GB, Leicester University Press, 130-150. (Themes in Contemporary British History).

Cornwall, Mark (1994) The struggle on the Czech-German language border 1880-1940. The English Historical Review, 109, (433), 914-951. (doi:10.1093/ehr/CXI.433.914).

Cornwall, Mark (1995) Serbia. In, Wilson, Keith and Hinsley, F.H. (eds.) Decisions for War 1914. London, GB, Routledge, 55-96.

Cornwall, Mark (2000) The Undermining of Austria-Hungary. The Battle for Hearts and Minds, Basingstoke, GB, Macmillan, 485pp.

Cornwall, Mark (2002) Memoires de la Grande Guerre dans les pays tcheques 1918-1928. In, Demobilisations Culturelles Apres la Grande Guerre. Paris, FR, Noesis, 88-101. (Aujourd'hui - Today - Heute, 14/18).

Cornwall, Mark (2007) Konec valky v severnich Cechach: Novy denik. In, Fontes Nissae. Regionalni historicky sbornik. Liberec, CZ, Technical University, 105-123. (Fontes Nissae , VIII).

Cornwall, Mark (2007) The Construction of National Identities in the Northern Bohemian Borderland, 1848-71. In, Cole, Laurence (eds.) Different Paths to the Nation. Regional and National Identities in Central Europe and Italy, 1830-70. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 144-156.

Cornwall, Mark (2007) The end of the war in Northern Bohemia: a new diary. Central Europe, 5, (2), 135-146.

Cornwall, Mark (2010) The Great War and the Yugoslav Grassroots: Popular Mobilization in the Habsburg Monarchy 1914-1918. In, Djokic, Dejan and Ker-Lindsay, James (eds.) New Perspectives on Yugoslavia. Key Issues and Controversies. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 240.

Cornwall, Mark (2012) 'A pislakolo vilagitotorony': a trianoni beke brit megitelese. In, The Treaty of Trianon after Ninety Years. The Treaty of Trianon after 90 Years , Budapest.

Cubitt, Sean (2008) Observations on the history and uses of animation occasioned by the exhibition Eyes Lies and Illusions selected from works in the Werner Nekes collection. Animation: An interdisciplinary journal, 3, (1), 49-65. (doi:10.1177/1746847708088735).

Curry, Anne (2012) Les armees anglaises de la Guerre de Cent Ans. In, La France et les iles Britanniques: un couple impossible? , Publications de la Sorbonne, 131-148.

Curry, Anne (2012) Les Anglais face au proces. In, De l'heretique a la sainte. LEs proces de Jeanne d'Arc revisites. , Presses universitaires de Caen, 69-87.

De Lucca, Valeria (2011) The power of the prima donna: Giulia Masotti’s repertory of choice. Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music, 17, (1)

De Lucca, Valeria (2011) L’Alcasta and the emergence of collective patronage in mid-seventeenth-century Rome. Journal of Musicology, 28, (2), Spring Issue, 195-230. (doi:10.1525/jm.2011.28.2.195).

De Lucca, Valeria (2012) Patronage. In, Greenwald, Helen (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Opera. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.

Donnelly, K.J. (2007) Experimental music television. In, Mulvey, Laura and Sexton, Jamie (eds.) Experimental British Television. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press.

Drabkin, William (2010) Hans Weisse in correspondence with Schenker and his circle. Journal of Schenkerian Studies, 4, 69-87.

Earl, Graeme, Isaksen, Leif, Keay, Simon, Brughmans, Tom and Potts, David (2011) Computational methods on the Roman port networks project. In, Keay, Simon (eds.) Portus and Roman Port Networks. London, GB, British School at Rome. (Monograph of the British School at Rome).

Eastop, D.D.M. and Doyal, S. (2001) William Burges' Mermaid chair c1870: conserving both original materials and later adaptations. In, Gill, K. and Eastop, D. (eds.) Upholstery Conservation: Principles and Practice. UK, Butterworth-Heinemann, 44-50.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (1998) Les médecins français en Iran Qâtâr, un choix politique. In, Vesel, Živa, Beikbaghaban, Hossein and Thierry de Crussol des Epesse, B. (eds.) La science dans le monde iranien: 2e édition. Téhéran, Iran, Institut franc?ais de recherche en Iran, 265-287. (Bibliothe?que iranienne 50).

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2002) Religion and medicine in Iran: from relationship to dissociation. History of Science, 40, (1, 127), 57-69.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2003) Book review. Farokh Earch Udwadia, Man and Medicine: a History, Oxford University Press, 2000, 496 pages. Medical History, 47, (3)

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2004) Religion and Medicine in Qajar Iran. In, Gleave, R. (eds.) Religion and Society in Qajar Iran. London, GB, Routledge, 401-428. (Routledge/BIPS Persian Studies 4).

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2005) The development of Galenico-Islamic medicine: assimilation of Greek sciences into Islam. Disquisitions on the Past and Present, 13, 127-140.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2009) Hospitals and Development of Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Iran. In, Harrison, Mark, Jones, Margaret and Sweet, Helen (eds.) From Western Medicine to Global Medicine: The Hospital Beyond the West. Himayatnager, India, Orient BlackSwan, 249-273. (New Perspectives in South Asian History , 27).

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2009) Introduction: for a history of medicine in non-Western countries. In, Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (eds.) The Development of Modern Medicine in Non-Western Countries: historical perspectives. Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 1-22. (Royal Asiatic Society Books).

El-Fadel, M. (2002) Environmental impact assessment of cultural heritage project. Beirut, LB, Council for Development and Reconstruction

Ernst, Waltraud (2001) Colonial lunacy policies and the Madras lunatic asylum in the early nineteenth century. In, Bisamoy, Pati and Harrison, Mark (eds.) Health, Medicine, and Empire: Perspectives on Colonial India. Hyderabad, India, Orient Longman, 137-164. (New Perspectives in South Asian History 1).

Ernst, Waltraud (2002) Plural medicine, tradition and modernity: historical and contemporary perspectives: views from below and from above. In, Ernst, Waltraud (eds.) Plural Medicine, Tradition and Modernity, 1800-2000. London, UK, New York, USA, Routledge, 1-18. (Routledge Studies in the Social History of Medicine).

Everist, Mark (1993) The miller's mule: writing the history of medieval music. Music and Letters, 74, (1), 44-53. (doi:10.1093/ml/74.1.44).

Everist, Mark (2000) Review. Hearing the Motet: Essays on the Motet of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Ed. by Dolores Pesce. pp. xi + 380. (Oxford University Press, New York & Oxford, 1997, £60. ISBN 0-19-509709-2.). Music & Letters, 81, (2), 283-284. (doi:10.1093/ml/81.2.283).

Faiers, Jonathan (2008) Tartan, Oxford, GB, Berg Publishers & The Victoria & Albert Museum, 320pp. (Textiles That Changed the World).

Gamble, Clive, Conard , N.J. and Richter, J. (eds.) (2011) The social and material life of Neanderthals. Neanderthal Lifeways, Subsistence and Technology. Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology, 19, 157-166. (doi:10.1007/978-94-007-0415-2_15).

Garcia-Guirao, Pedro (2008) Tradición contra novedad o las antinomias de la España liberal. Res publica, revista de la historia y del presente de los conceptos políticos , (20), 177-199.

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