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Attfield, J. (2003) Review article. What does history have to do with it? Feminism and design history. Journal of Design History, 16, (1), 77-87. (doi:10.1093/jdh/16.1.77).

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Bending, Stephen (2006) Mrs. Montagu's contemplative bench: Bluestocking gardens and female retirement. Huntington Library Quarterly, 69, (4), 555-580. (doi:10.1525/hlq.2006.69.4.555).

Bernard, G.W. (2011) The dissolution of the monasteries. History, 96, (324), 390-409. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-229X.2011.00526.x).

Bernard, G.W. (2012) The late medieval English church: vitality and vulnerability before the break with Rome, London, GB, Yale University Press, 304pp.

Bernard, G.W. (2013) Reflecting on the King’s Reformation. In, Betteridge, Thomas and Lipscomb, Suzannah (eds.) Henry VIII and the Court: Art, Politics and Performance. Farnham, GB, Ashgate.

Bernard, G.W. (1998) Vitality and vulnerability in the Late Medieval Church: pilgrimage on the eve of the break with Rome. In, Watts, John L. (ed.) The end of the Middle Ages? England in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Sutton, UK, Stroud. (The Fifteenth Century Series 6).

Bowen, Huw, Blyth, Robert J. and McAleer, John (2011) Monsoon traders: the maritime world of the East India Company, London, GB, Scala, 192pp.

Bridgen, Paul (2009) The Labour Party and the politics of war and peace, 1900-1924. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer, 236pp. (Royal Historical Society Studies in History New Series).

Burman, B. (2004) What he wants is a clever worker, not a pretty ornament: dress and sexual politics in the late Victorian and Edwardian office. In, The Women's Library 06 Mar 2004.

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Clarke, Jackie (2001) Engineering a new order in the 1930's: the case of Jean Coutrot. French Historical Studies, 24, (1), 63-86. (doi:10.1215/00161071-24-1-63).

Cobley, Jennifer Francis (2010) The construction and use of gender in the pamphlet literature of the English Civil War, 1642-1646. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 262pp.

Conlin, Jonathan (2004) Benjamin West's General Johnson and Representations of British Imperial Identity, 1759-1770. An empire of mercy? British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 27, (1), 37-60.

Conlin, Jonathan (2013) The Gazette Littéraire de l'Europe and Anglo-French cultural diplomacy. Etudes Epistémè, 24 (In Press).

Conlin, Jonathan (2012) Introduction. In, Conlin, Jonathan (ed.) The Pleasure Garden, from Vauxhall to Coney Island. Philadelphia, US, University of Pennsylvania Press. (Penn Studies in Landscape Architecture).

Conlin, Jonathan (2012) Mr. What-d'ye-call-him: À la recherche du flâneur à Paris et à Londres au 18e siècle. In, Turcot, Laurent and Belleguic, Thierry (eds.) Les Histoires de Paris, XVIe-XVIIIe siècles. France, Republic of, FR, Editions Hermann, 73-95.

Conlin, Jonathan (2006) Vauxhall revisited: the afterlife of a London Pleasure Garden, 1770-1859. Journal of British Studies, 45, (4), 718-743. (doi:10.1086/505955).

Cornwall, Mark (2010) Austria-Hungary and 'Yugoslavia'. In, Horne, John (ed.) The Blackwell Companion to World War I. Oxford, UK, Blackwell. (Blackwell Companions). (In Press).

Cornwall, Mark (2011) The Czechoslovak Sphinx: 'Moderate and Reasonable' Konrad Henlein. In, Haynes, Rebecca and Rady, Martyn (eds.) In the Shadow of Hitler: Personalities of the Right in Central and Eastern Europe. London, UK, I.B. Tauris, 206-226. (International Library of Twentieth Centruy History).

Cornwall, Mark (2012) The Devil's wall: the nationalist youth mission of Heinz Rutha, Cambridge, US, Harvard University Press, 384pp.

Cornwall, Mark (2010) The Habsburg elite and the southern Slav question 1914-1918. In, Höbelt, Lothar and Otte, Thomas G. (eds.) A Living Anachronism?: European Diplomacy and the Habsburg Monarchy: Festschrift für Francis Roy Bridge zum 70. Geburtstag. Vienna, Austria, Böhlau, 239-270.

Cornwall, Mark (2006) The Habsburg Monarchy. In, Hewitson, Mark and Baycroft, Timothy (eds.) What is a Nation? Europe 1789-1914. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 171-191.

Cornwall, Mark (2006) The Habsburg monarchy: "National Trinity" and the elasticity of national allegiance. In, Baycroft, Timothy and Hewitson, Mark (eds.) What is a Nation? Europe 1789-1914. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 171-191.

Cornwall, Mark (2002) Heinrich Rutha and the unraveling of a homosexual scandal in 1930s Czechoslovakia. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 8, (3), 319-347. (doi:10.1215/10642684-8-3-319).

Cornwall, Mark (2007) 'A Leap into Ice-Cold Water': the Manoeuvres of the Henlein Movement in Czechoslovakia, 1933-1938. In, Cornwall, Mark and Evans, R.J.W. (eds.) Czechoslovakia in a Nationalist and Fascist Europe 1914-1948. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 123-142. (Proceedings of the British Academy 140).

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Demossier, Marion (2007) [Response to Philip Whalen's article 'Burgundian regionalism and French Republican commercial culture at the 1937 Paris International Exposition']. Cultural Analysis, 6, 66-69.

Donnelly, K.J. (2008) I know where I’m going!: hearing Germanic music in the Scottish Isles. In, Bergfelder, Tim and Cargnelli, Christian (eds.) Destination London: German-Speaking Émigrés and British Cinema, 1925-1950. Oxford, GB, Berghahn Books, 220-229. (Film Europa, 6).

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Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2003) An institutional and epistemological study of medical modernization in 19th-century Iran. In, Barjesteh van Waalwijk van Doorn-Khosravani, Sahar, Barjesteh van Waalwijk van Doorn-Khosravani, L.A. Ferydoun, Eskandari-Qajar, Manoutchehr and Tahmasbpour, Mohammad Reza (eds.) Qâjâr Era Health, Hygiene and Beauty. Rotterdam, NL, IQSA and Barjesteh van Waalwijk van Doorn & Co Uitgeversmaatschappij, 79-89.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (1998) Introduction de la médecine européenne en Iran au XIXe siècle. Sciences Sociales et Santé, 16, (4), 69-96.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (1998) La médecine d’observation en Iran du XIXe siècle. Gesnerus, 55, (1-2), 33-57.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (1999) Les épidémies et l’évolution de la médecine dans l’Iran du XIXe siècle. Medicina nei Secoli, 11, 167-196.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2004) Medicine, public health, and the Qājār state: patterns of medical modernization in nineteenth-century Iran, Leiden, The Netherlands; Boston, USA, Brill, 274pp. (Sir Henry Wellcome Asian Series, 4).

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (2001) The socio-political integration of Iran in the 18th and 19th centuries: the creation of modern Iran. Sprawozdania z Posiedzen Komisji Naukowych, XLV, (2), 69-70.

Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz (1998) Un traité d'épidémiologie de la médecine traditionnelle persane: Mofarraq ol-heyze va'l-vabâ de Mirzâ Mohammad-Taqi Shirâzi (ca. 1800-1873). Studia Iranica, 27, (1), 83-107. (doi:10.2143/SI.27.1.2003936).

Ellis, John Edward Kirkham (2010) Military intelligence operations during the first English Civil War 1642-1646. University of Southampton, School of Social Sciences, Doctoral Thesis , 241pp.

Ernst, Waltraud (2005) Feminising madness - feminising the Orient: madness, gender and colonialism in British India, 1860-1940. In, Pati, Biswamoy and Kak, Shakti (eds.) Exploring Gender Equations: Colonial and Post Colonial India. New Delhi, India, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, 57-92.

Ernst, Waltraud (2007) Madness and Colonial Spaces – British India, c. 1800-1947. In, Moran, James, Topp, Leslie and Andrews, Jonathan (eds.) Madness, Architecture and the Built Environment: Psychiatric Spaces in Historical Context. London, UK, Routledge, 215-238. (Routledge Studies in the Social History of Medicine).

Ernst, Waltraud (2006) The Normal and the Abnormal Historical and Conceptual Perspectives on Norms and Normativity. In, Ernst, Waltraud (ed.) Histories of the Normal and the Abnormal: Social and cultural histories of norms and normativity. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 1-25. (Routledge Studies in the Social History of Medicine).

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Gammon, J.D. (2004) Narratives of sexual violence in England, 1640-1820, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press

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Harris, Bernard (2012) Sickness insurance and welfare reform in England and Wales, 1870-1914. In, Harris, Bernard (ed.) Welfare and Old Age in Europe and North America: the Development of Social Insurance. London, GB, Pickering and Chatto, 89-105. (Perspectives in Economic and Social History, 21).

Hayward, M. (2002) The sign of some degree?: the social, financial and sartorial significance of male headwear at the courts of Henry VIII and Edward VI. Costume, 36, 1-17.

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Johnson, Matthew (1995) An archaeology of capitalism, Oxford, UK, Blackwell, 264pp.

Johnson, Matthew (2006) Houses, power and everyday life in early modern England. In, Maran, Joseph, Juwig, Carsten, Schwengel, Hermann and Thaler, Ulrich (eds.) Constructing Power - Architecture, Ideology and Social Practice. Konstruktion der Macht - Architektur, Ideologie und soziales Handeln. Hamburg, Germany, Verlag, 285-298.

Johnson, Matthew (1993) Housing culture: traditional architecture in an English landscape, Washington DC, USA, Smithsonian Institution Press, 224pp.

Jowitt, Claire (2010) Elizabeth amongst the pirates: gender and piracy in Thomas Heywood’s Fair Maid of the West, part 1. In, Beem, Charles (ed.) The Foreign Relations of Elizabeth I. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 125-144.

Jowitt, Claire (2010) The uses of 'piracy': discourses of mercantilism and empire in Hakluyt’s The Famous Voyage of Sir Francis Drake. In, Houston, Chloë (ed.) New Worlds Reflected: Travel and Utopia in the Early Modern Period. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 115-136.

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Karn, Nicholas (2010) Rethinking the Leges Henrici Primi. In, Rabin, Andrew, Jurasinski, Stefan and Oliver, Lisi (eds.) English Law before Magna Carta: Felix Liebermann and Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen. Early English Laws Conference Leiden, NL, Brill.

Kelly, M.J. (2006) The Fenian Ideal and Irish Nationalism, 1882-1916, Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer, 296pp. (Irish Historical Monographs).

Kelly, Matthew (2014) Home rule and its enemies. In, Jackson, Alvin (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Irish History. , Oxford University Press.

Kotzin, Chana Revell (2000) Christian responses in Britain to Jewish refugees from Europe 1933-1939. University of Southampton, Department of History, Doctoral Thesis , 358pp.

Kushner, Tony (2006) Remembering refugees: then and now, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 272pp.

Kushner, Tony (2004) We Europeans? Mass-Observation, 'Race' and British Identity in the Twentieth Century , Aldershot, UK; Burlington, USA, Ashgate, 292pp. (Studies in European Cultural Transition).

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Leech, Roger (2010) Documentary evidence. [in special issue: The Avon Floodplain at Bristol: Excavations at Templar House, Temple Way, in Bristol 2004 and 2005] Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 128, 106-113.

Leech, Roger (2006) Portsmouth: a window on the world? In, Green, Adrian and Leech, Roger (eds.) Cities In The World, 1500-2000: Proceedings of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference, 2002. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference Leeds, UK, Maney, 299-306. (Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 3).

Leech, Roger (1998) The processional city: some issues for historical archaeology. In, Tarlow, Sarah and West, Susie (eds.) Familiar Past? Archaeologies of Later Historical Britain. London, GB, Routledge, 19-34.

Leech, Roger (1996) The prospect from Rugman's Row: the Row House in late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century London. Archaeological Journal, 153, 201-242.

Leech, Roger (2010) Richmond House and the Manor of Clifton. In, Crossley Evans, M.J. (ed.) 'A Grand City' - 'Life, Movement and Work': Bristol in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Essays in Honour of Gerard Leighton F.S.A. Bristol, GB, The Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 27-46.

Leech, Roger (1999) Row and terrace - urban housing in the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English city. In, Egan, Geoff and Michael, Ronald L. (eds.) The Archaeology of the British 1600-1800: Views from Two Worlds. London, GB, Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.

Leech, Roger (2006) Summing up: cities in the world. In, Green, Adrian and Leech, Roger (eds.) Cities In The World, 1500-2000: Proceedings of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference, 2002. Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference Leeds, UK, Maney, 321-322. (Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Monograph 3).

Leech, Roger (2000) The symbolic hall: historical context and merchant culture in the early modern city. Vernacular Architecture, 31, 1-10. (doi:10.1179/030554700786049813).

Leech, Roger (1997) The topography of medieval and early modern Bristol, part 1: property holdings in the early walled town and Marsh suburb north of the Avon. Bristol Record Society, 48, 1-220.

Leech, Roger (2010) 'Within musquett shott of Black Rock’ – Johnson’s Fort and the early defenses of Nevis, West Indies. In, Klingelhofer, Eric (ed.) First Forts: Essays on the Archaeology of Proto-colonial Fortifications. Leiden, NL, Brill, 127-138. (History of Welfare, 60). (doi:10.1163/ej.9789004187542.i-278).

Leech, Roger H. (2000) The St Michael’s Hill precinct of the University of Bristol: the topography of medieval and early modern Bristol: part 2. Bristol Record Society, 52, 1-133.

Levene, Mark (2004) Battling demons or banal exterminism? Apocalypse and statecraft in modern mass murder. Journal of Human Rights, 3, (1), 67-81. (doi: 10.1080/1475483042000185233).

Levene, Mark (2005) Genocide in the age of the nation state, vol. 2: the rise of the west and the coming of genocide, London, UK, I.B. Tauris, 480pp.

Levene, Mark (2005) Genocide in the Age of the Nation State: The Meaning of Genocide, London, UK; New York, US, I.B.Tauris; Palgrave Macmillan, 288pp.

Loach, J. (1999) Edward VI, New Haven, USA, Yale University Press

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McAleer, John (2009) Eminent service: war, slavery and the politics of public recognition in the British Caribbean and the Cape of Good Hope c. 1782-1807. The Mariner's Mirror, 95, (1), 33-51.

McAleer, John (2012) 'The immortal Wolfe'?: monuments, memory, and the Battle of Quebec. In, Buckner, Philip and Reid, John G. (eds.) Remembering 1759: the Conquest of Canada in Historical Memory. Toronto, CA, University of Toronto Press, 29-57.

McAleer, John (2013) "The key to India": troop movements, southern Africa and Britain’s Indian Ocean world. International History Review, 35, (2), 294-316. (doi:10.1080/07075332.2012.761147).

McDermid, J. (2006) Mariia Spiridonova: Russian martyr and British heroine? The portrayal of a Russian female terrorist in the British press. In, Thatcher, Ian D. (ed.) Reinterpreting Revolutionary Russia: Essays in Honour of James D. White. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 36-54.

Meir, Natan M. (2006) Jews, Ukrainians, and Russians in Kiev: intergroup relations in late imperial associational life. Slavic Review, 65, (3), 475-501.

Miller, Lesley Ellis (2006) Dress to impress: Prince Charles plays Madrid, September to May 1623. In, Samson, Alexander (ed.) The Spanish Match: Prince Charles's Journey to Madrid, 1623. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 27-49.

Morton, Stephen (2007) Salman Rushdie: fictions of postcolonial modernity, Basingstoke, UK; New York, USA, Palgrave MacMillan, 200pp.

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Oldfield, John (2007) Chords of freedom: commemoration, ritual, and British transatlantic slavery, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 203pp.

Oldfield, John (2007) From spa to garrison town: Southampton during the French revolutionary and Napoleonic wars, 1793-1815. In, Taylor, Miles (ed.) Southampton: Gateway to the British Empire. London, UK; New York, USA, I. B. Tauris, 1-13.

Oldfield, John (2013) Transatlantic abolitionism in the Age of Revolution: an international history of anti-slavery, 1787-1820 , Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press

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Petley, Christer (2006) A certain consciousness of equality: slaveholding, wealth and white solidarity in early nineteenth-century Jamaica. Wadabagei: A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diasporas, 9, (3), 50-81.

Petley, Christer (2006) 'A certain consciousness of equality’: slaveholding, wealth and white solidarity in early Nineteenth-Century Jamaica. Wadabagei: A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diasporas, 9, (3), 50-81.

Petley, Christer (2005) 'Legitimacy' and social boundaries: free people of colour and the social order in Jamaican slave society. Social History, 30, (4), 481-498. (doi:10.1080/03071020500304627).

Petley, Christer (2005) Slavery, emancipation and the creole world view of Jamaican colonists, 1800-1834. Slavery & Abolition: A Journal of Slave and Post-Slave Studies, 26, (1), 93-114. (doi:10.1080/01440390500058913).

Prior, Christopher (2013) Edwardian England and the idea of racial decline: an empire’s future, Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 144pp.

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Rice, T. (2001) The "Challenger" Expedition: the end of an era or a new beginning? In, Deacon, M., Rice, T. and Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Understanding the oceans: a century of ocean exploration. London, UK, UCL Press, 27-48.

Rice, T. (2001) Postscript: the "Challenger" Expedition on postage stamps. In, Deacon, M., Rice, T. and Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Understanding the oceans: a century of ocean exploration. London, UK, UCL Press, 282-287.

Richardson, A.E. (2004) The variety aesthetic: the country dance in restoration and eighteenth century comedy. In, British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies 33rd Annual Conference, St Hughes College, University of Oxford, UK, 03 - 05 Jan 2004. (Submitted).

Roemer, Nils (2004) Colliding visions: Jewish messianism and German scholarship in the eighteenth century. In, Coudert, Allison P. and Shoulson, Jeffrey S. (eds.) Hebraica Veritas? Christian Hebraists and the Study of Judaism in Early Modern Europe. Philadelphia, Bristol, University of Pennsylvania Press, 266-285.

Rogerson, C.E., Wyeth, P. and Macdonald, A. (2004) Raman spectroscopy interrogating 19th and 20th century painted trade union banners. In, Scientific analysis of ancient and historic textiles: informing preservation, display and interpretation. AHRB Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, First Annual Conference, Winchester, UK, 13 - 15 Jul 2004.

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Sabín-Fernández, Susana (2010) The Basque refugee children of the Spanish Civil War in the UK: memory and memorialisation. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 327pp.

Scheding, Florian (2008) An animated quest for freedom: Mátyás Seiber’s score for The Magic Canvas. In, Bergfelder, Tim and Cargnelli, Christian (eds.) Destination London: German-Speaking Émigrés and British Cinema, 1925–1950. Oxford, GB, Berghahn. (Film Europa, 6).

Seiter, Mathias (2009) Jewish identities between region and nation: Jews in the borderlands of Posen and Alsace-Lorraine, 1871-1914. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 255pp.

Soyer, Francois (2006) El rey don Manuel y la expulsión de los mudéjares de Portugal en 1497. Iacobus. Revista de Estudios Jacobeos y Medievales, 21-22, 363-400.

Soyer, Francois (2008) The extradition treaties of the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions (1500-1700). Estudios de Historia de España, 10, 201-238.

Soyer, Francois (2013) Faith, culture and fear: comparing Islamophobia in early modern Spain and twenty-first-century Europe. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 36, (3), 399-416. (doi:10.1080/01419870.2013.734383).

Soyer, Francois (2009) The Inquisition and the ‘Priestess of Zafra’: hermaphroditism and gender transgression in seventeenth-century Spain. Annali della Classe di Lettere e Filosofia. Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa, Italy), Serie 5, (1/2), 535-562.

Soyer, Francois (2009) King João II of Portugal, O Principe Perfeito, and the Jews (1481-1495). Sefarad. Revista de estudios hebraicos, sefardíes y de Oriente Próximo, 69, (1), 75-99. (doi:10.3989/sefarad.2009.v69.i1.480).

Soyer, Francois (2014) Popularizing anti-semitism in early modern Spain and its empire. Francisco de Torrejoncillo and the Centinela contra Judíos (1674), Leiden, NL, Brill, 346pp. (The Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World, 54).

Soyer, François (2006) An example of collaboration between the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions: the persecution of the Converso Diego Ramos and his Family (1680-1683). Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas, 6, 317-340.

Soyer, François (2007) The massacre of the new Christians of Lisbon in 1506: a new eyewitness account. Cadernos de Estudos Sefarditas, 7, 221-243.

Soyer, François (2005) Was there an Inquisition in Portugal before 1536? Iacobus: Revista de Estudios Jacobeos y Medievales, 19-20, 177-202.

Stoyle, Mark (2001) Devon and the Civil War, Exeter, UK, Mint Press, 96pp. (Concise Histories of Devon).

Stoyle, Mark (2013) His Majestie's sea service in the western parts: Maritime affairs in Cornwall during the English civil war. In, Payton, Philip, Doe, Helen and Kennerley, Alston (eds.) The Maritime History of Cornwall. Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press. (In Press).

Stoyle, Mark (2013) History explorer: the civil war. BBC History Magazine, 80-83.

Stoyle, Mark (2008) The road to Farndon Field: explaining the massacre of the royalist women at Naseby. English Historical Review, 123, (503), 895-923. (doi:10.1093/ehr/cen178).

Stoyle, Mark (2002) West Britons: Cornish identities and the early modern British state, Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 288pp.

Sweeney, Carole (2005) 'One of them, but white': the disappearance of Negro: an anthology (1934). Women: A Cultural Review, 16, (1), 93-107.

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Talbot, Ian (2006) The 1947 violence in the Punjab. In, Talbot, Ian (ed.) The Deadly Embrace. Religion, Violence and Politics in India and Pakistan, 1947-2002. Karachi, Pakistan, Oxford University Press, 1-15. (The Subcontinent Divided: A New Beginning).

Talbot, Ian (2007) A tale of two cities: the aftermath of partition for Lahore and Amritsar 1947–1957. Modern Asian Studies, 41, (1), 151-185. (doi:10.1017/S0026749X05002337).

Taylor, B. (2002) Art of Today, Seoul, Korea, Yekyong Publishing Co., 213pp.

Taylor, B. (2002) Beauty from Violence. In, Patrizio, A. (ed.) 292 Essays in Visual Culture. Edinburgh, UK, Edinburgh College of Art, 28-44.

Taylor, B. (2003) Bemerkungen zu Gerhard Richters Grau 334/3 (A note on Gerhard Richter's Grey 334/3). Kursiv, (9), 99-108.

Taylor, B. (2004) Eroticism, poetism, communism: the case of Karel Teige. In, Czech Surrealism: Centre for the Study of Surrealism and its Legacies, University of Essex, UK, 28 - 29 Sep 2004.

Taylor, B. (2003) Notes on Mark Wallinger's Ecce Homo in Trafalgar Square. In, Newton, S. and Taylor, B. (eds.) The Kingston and Winchester Papers. London, UK, Oneiros Books. (16448).

Taylor, Brandon (2004) Art today, London, UK; New York, USA, Laurence King; Prentice Hall, 256pp.

Taylor, Brandon (2004) Collage: The Making of Modern Art, London, UK, Thames and Hudson Ltd, 224pp.

Tumblety, Joan (2000) "Civil wars of the mind": the commemoration of the 1789 revolution in the Parisian press of the radical right, 1939. European History Quarterly, 30, (3), 389-429. (doi:10.1177/026569140003000301).

Tumblety, Joan (1999) Contested histories: Jeanne d’Arc and the Front National. The European Legacy, 4, (1), 8-25. (doi:10.1080/10848779908579943).

Tumblety, Joan (2009) France. In, Bosworth, R.J.B. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Fascism. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 507-525. (Oxford Handbooks in History).

Tumblety, Joan (2007) France, 1914-45. In, Gerwarth, Robert (ed.) Twisted Paths: Europe 1914-1945. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.

Tumblety, Joan (2013) Je Suis Partout, 1930-1944. In, Forsdick, Charles and Stafford, Andy (eds.) The Twentieth-Century Revue in French. , Peter Lang. (Modern French Identities, 66).

Tumblety, Joan (2007) La Coupe du monde de football de 1938 en France: émergence du sport-spectacle et indifférence de l'État. Vingtième Siècle, (93), 139-149.

Tumblety, Joan (2008) The soccer world cup of 1938: politics, spectacles, and la culture physique in interwar France. French Historical Studies, 31, (1), Winter Issue, 77-116. (doi:10.1215/00161071-2007-016).

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Wheeler, Michael (2006) The old enemies: Catholic and Protestant in nineteenth-century English culture, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 368pp.

Wheeler, Michael (2005) 'One Of The Larger Lost Continents': Religion In The Victorian Novel. In, O’Gorman, Francis (ed.) A Concise Companion to the Victorian Novel. Oxford, UK, Blackwell Publishing, 180-201. (Concise Companions to Literature and Culture).

Wheeler, Michael (2005) The Variant and the Vatican: Catholic and Protestant Authority in Nineteenth-Century English Culture. In, Jansohn, Christa and Plachta, Bodo (eds.) Varianten – Variants – Variantes. Tübingen, Germany, M. Niemeyer, 177-188. (Beihefte zu Editio 22).

Williams, Michael (2008) Anton Walbrook: the continental consort. In, Bergfelder, Tim and Cargnelli, Christian (eds.) Destination London: German Speaking Émigrés and British Cinema, 1925-1950. Oxford, GB, Berghahn, 155-171. (Film Europa, 6).

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