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Endelman, Todd and Kushner, Tony (eds.) (2002) Disraeli’s Jewishness, London, UK; Portland, USA, Vallentine Mitchell, 265pp. (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish studies).
Bernard, George W. and Gunn, Steven J. (eds.) (2002) Authority and Consent in Tudor England: essays presented to C.S.L. Davies, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 312pp.
Oldfield, J. R. (ed.) (2003) The British Transatlantic Slave Trade, Vol. 3, The Abolitionist Struggle: Opponents of the Slave Trade, London, UK, Pickering & Chatto, 373pp.
Burman, Barbara and Turbin, Carole (eds.) (2003) Material strategies: dress and gender in historical perspective, Oxford, UK, Blackwell, 280pp. (Gender and History Special Issues).
Arnold, Dana (ed.) (2004) Cultural identities and the aesthetics of Britishness , Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 224pp. (Studies in Imperialism Series).
Taylor, M. and Wolff, Michael (eds.) (2004) The Victorians since 190: histories, representations and revisions, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 320pp.
Gray, P.H. (ed.) (2004) Victoria’s Ireland? Irishness and Britishness, 1837-1901, Dublin, Ireland, Four Courts Press, 192pp.
Polley, Martin (ed.) (2004) The History of Sport in Britain, 1880-1914, London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 2218pp. (Major Works).
Archer, Ian W., Adams, Simon, Bernard, G.W., Greengrass, Mark, Hammer, Paul and Kisbey, Fiona L. (eds.) (2004) Religion, politics and society in sixteenth-century England, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press for the Royal Historical Society, 296pp.
Talbot, Ian and Thandi, Shinder (eds.) (2004) People on the move: Punjabi colonial and post-colonial migration, Oxford, UK, Karachi, Pakistan, Oxford University Press, 258pp.
Polley, Martin (ed.) (2004) The history of sport in Britain 1880-1914. Volume 1: the varieties of sport, London, UK: New York, USA, Routledge, 479pp.
Polley, Martin (ed.) (2004) The history of sport in Britain 1880-1914. Volume 5: British sport and the wider world, London, UK: New York, USA, Routledge, 383pp.
Polley, Martin (ed.) (2004) The history of sport in Britain 1880-1914. Volume 4: sport and money, London, UK: New York, USA, Routledge, 502pp.
Polley, Martin (ed.) (2004) The history of sport in Britain 1880-1914. Volume 3: field sports, London, UK: New York, USA, Routledge, 388pp.
Polley, Martin (ed.) (2004) The history of sport in Britain 1880-1914. Volume 2: sport, education and improvement, London, UK: New York, USA, Routledge, 466pp.
Batchelor, J. and Kaplan, C. (eds.) (2005) Women's writing in Britain, 1660-1830, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan
King, Andy (ed.) (2005) Sir Thomas Gray: Scalacronica 1272-1363, Woodbridge, UK, Boydell Press for the Surtees Society, 352pp. (Publications of the Surtees Society, 209).
Woolgar, C.M. (ed.) (2008) Wellington Studies IV, Southampton, UK, Hartley Institute, University of Southampton
Burrows, Simon, Conlin, Jonathan, Goulbourne, Russell and Mainz, Valerie (eds.) (2010) The Chevalier d'Eon and his worlds: gender, espionage and politics in the eighteenth century, London, UK, Continuum, 272pp.
Hunt, Alice and Whitelock, Anna (eds.) (2010) Tudor queenship: the reigns of Mary and Elizabeth, New York City, US, Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 288pp. (Queenship and Power).
Kushner, Antony and Ewence, Hannah (eds.) (2012) Whatever happened to British Jewish studies?, London, GB, Vallentine Mitchell, 416pp. (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish Studies).
Hayward, M.A. and Ward , P. (eds.) (2012) The inventory of King Henry VIII: Volume 2 textiles and dress, Turnhout, BE, Harvey Miller for the Society of Antiquaries of London, 366pp. (The Inventory of King Henry VIII, 2).
Conlin, Jonathan (ed.) (2012) The pleasure garden, from Vauxhall to Coney Island, Philadelphia, US, University of Pennsylvania (Penn Studies in Landscape Architecture).
Longair, Sarah and McAleer, John (eds.) (2012) Curating empire: museums and the British imperial experience, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 256pp. (Studies in Imperialism).
Clarke, Peter D. and Zutshi, Patrick N.R. (eds.) (2014) Supplications from England and Wales in the Registers of the Apostolic Penitentiary, 1410-1502, Volume II: 1464-1492, Rochester, US, Boydell, 454pp. (Canterbury and York Society, 104).
Abbott, Stewart (2006) The Isle of Wight, c.1750-1840: aspects of viewing, recording and consumption. University of Southampton, Department of Archaeology, Doctoral Thesis , 297pp.
Archer, Ian W., Adams, Simon and Bernard, G.W. (2003) Religion, Politics, and Society in Sixteenth-Century England. (Camden Fifth Series 22). In, Archer, Ian W., Adams, Simon, Bernard, G.W., Greengrass, Mark, Hammer, Paul and Kisbey, Fiona L. (eds.) UNSPECIFIED Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press for the Royal Historical Society, 35-136. (doi:10.2277/0521818672).
Arnold, Dana (2002) Reading architectural history, London, UK, Routledge, 256pp.
Arnold, Dana (2004) Introduction. In, Arnold, Dana (ed.) Cultural Identities and the Aesthetics of Britishness. Manchester, UK, New York, USA, Manchester University Press, Palgrave, 1-14.
Aspden, Suzanne (2001) Ariadne's Clew: politics, allegory, and opera in London (1734). The Musical Quarterly, 85, (4), 735-770. (doi:10.1093/mq/85.4.735).
Bagehot, Walter (2001) The English Constitution, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 254pp. (Oxford World's Classics).
Bending, Stephen (2013) Green Retreats. Women, gardens and eighteenth-century culture, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 319pp.
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.
Bottero, Wendy and Prandy, Kenneth (1998) The use of marriage data to measure the social order in nineteenth-century Britain. Sociological Research Online, 3, (1)
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 (2000) The one nation idea and state welfare: the Conservatives and pensions in the 1950s. Contemporary British History, 14, (3), 83-104. (doi:10.1080/13619460008581595).
Bridgen, Paul (2006) A straitjacket with wriggle room: the Beveridge report, the Treasury and the Exchequer's pension liability, 1942–59. Twentieth Century British History, 17, (1), 1-25. (doi:10.1093/tcbh/hwi062).
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).
Briggs, Chris (2008) Seigniorial control of villagers' litigation beyond the manor in later medieval England. Historical Research, 81, (213), 399-422. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2281.2008.00463.x).
Briggs, Chris (2008) The availability of credit in the English countryside, 1400-1480. The Agricultural History Review, 56, (1), 1-24.
Briggs, Chris (2009) Credit and the freehold land market in England, c.1200-c.1350: possibilities and problems for research. In, Lambrect, Thijs and Schofield, Phillipp R. (eds.) Credit and the rural economy in North-western Europe, c. 1200-c. 1850. Turnhout, Belgium, Brepols, 109-127. (Comparative Rural History of the North Sea Area (CORN) 12).
Briggs, Chris (2009) Credit and village society in fourteenth-century England, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 254pp. (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monographs).
Briggs, Chris (2010) Monitoring demesne managers through the manor court before and after the Black Death. In, Goddard, Richard, Langdon, John and Muller, Miriam (eds.) Survival and Discord in Medieval Society. Essays in Honour of Christopher Dyer. Turnhout, Belgium, Brepols, 179-195. (The Medieval Countryside 4).
Briggs, Chris (2010) Manorial court roll inventories as evidence for English peasant consumption and living standards, c.1270-c.1420. In, Furio, A. and Garcia-Oliver, F. (eds.) Pautes de Consum i Nivells de Vida al Món Rural Medieval. Valencia, Spain, Publicacions de la Universitat de València.
Brooks, M.M. (2003) Working a pattern: embroidery and the creation of the feminine in late 17th century English embroideries. In, Women's Writing in Britain 1660-1830, Southampton, UK, 15 - 17 Jul 2003. (Submitted).
Brooks, M.M. (2003) Seventeenth century English embroideries in the Ashmolean Museum: makers and collectors. At Winchester School of Art seminar series, Winchester, UK, Mar 2003. (Submitted).
Brooks, M.M. (2003) 'Curious works': English 16th and 17th century embroideries at the Ashmolean. The Ashmolean, 45, 8-10.
Brooks, M.M. (2004) English Embroideries of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries in the collection of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK, Ashmolean Museum in conjunction with Jonathan Horne Publications, 96pp.
Broome, Helen Isobel (2011) ‘Neither curable nor incurable but actually dying’: the history of care at the Friedenheim/St. Columba's Hospital, Home of Peace for the Dying (1885-1981). University of Southampton, School of Social Sciences, Doctoral Thesis , 394pp.
Brown, Daniel (2013) The poetry of Victorian scientists: style, science and nonsense, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 315pp. (Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, 83).
Brown, David (2001) Compelling but not controlling?: Palmerston and the press, 1846-1855. History, 86, (281), 41-61.
Brown, David (2001) The power of public opinion: Palmerston and the crisis of December 1851. Parliamentary History, 20, (3), 333-358. (doi:10.1111/j.1750-0206.2001.tb00381.x).
Brown, David (2002) Palmerston and the politics of foreign policy, 1846-1855 , Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 239pp.
Brown, David (2003) Palmerston, South Hampshire and electoral politics, 1832-1835. Winchester, GB, Hampshire County Council, 28pp. (Hampshire Papers, 26).
Brown, David (2008) Palmerston and Anglo-French relations, 1846-1865. In, Stone, Glyn and Otte, Thomas G. (eds.) Anglo-French Relations Since the Late Eighteenth Century. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 41-58.
Brown, David (2010) Lord Palmerston and parliamentary representation, 1830-65. In, Assemblées et Parlements dans le Monde, du Moyen-Âge à Nos Jours/Representative and Parliamentary Institutions in the World from Middle Age to Present Times. 57th Conference of the ICHRPI: Representative and Parliamentary Institutions from Middle Age to Present Times , Assemblée Nationale/Comite d’Histoire Parlementaire et Politique, 41-53.
Brown, David (2010) Morally transforming the world or spinning a line?: politicians and the newspaper press in mid-nineteenth century Britain. Historical Research, 83, (220), 321-342. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2281.2008.00482.x).
Brown, David (2011) Diplomacy and the Fourth Estate: the role of the press in British foreign policy in the age of Palmerston. In, Fisher, John and Best , Anthony (eds.) On the Fringes of Diplomacy: Influences on British Foreign Policy, 1800-1945. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 35-51.
Brown, David (2011) The fourteenth earl and the "Political Chameleon": changing views of Palmerston from Knowsley. In, Hicks, Geoffrey (ed.) Conservatism and British Foreign Policy, 1820-1920. The Derbys and their World. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 59-79.
Brown, David Stuart (1998) Palmerston and the politics of foreign policy, 1846-1855. University of Southampton, Faculty of Arts, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 355pp.
Burman, B. (2003) Review of Palmer, A. 'Couture and commerce: the transatlantic trade in the 1950s'. Textile History, 34, (2), 241-242. (doi:10.1179/004049603235001733).
Burman, B. and White, J. (2007) Fanny’s pockets: cotton, consumption and domestic economy, 1780-1840. In, Batchelor, Jennie and Kaplan, Cora (eds.) Women and Material Culture 1650 –1830. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 31-51.
Burman, B.L. and Miller, L.E. (2004) Setting the scene: plenary session (introduction to conference). In, Textile Cultures: Spain and England since 1500. Centre for the History of Textile and Dress and the Textile Conservation Centre, Winchester School of Art, UK, 22 - 23 Jul 2004. (Submitted).
Burman, B.L. and White, J. (2004) Pockets of history and the practices of everyday life in eighteenth-century Britain. In, Women and Material Culture 1660-1830, Chawlton House Library and University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, 14 - 15 Jul 2004.
Burman, Barbara (2002) Pocketing the difference: pockets and gender in nineteenth-century Britain. Gender & History, 14, (3), 447-469. (doi:10.1111/1468-0424.00277).
Burman, Barbara (2002) Pocketing the difference: gender and pockets in nineteenth-century Britain. (Section 2. Identity and eroticism, consumption and production, from the early seventeenth to the mid–twentieth century. Special issue Material Strategies: Dress and Gender in Historical Perspective, edited by Barbara Burman and Carole Turbin.). Gender and History, 14, (3), 447-469. (doi:10.1111/1468-0424.00277).
Burman, Barbara (2007) "A linnen pockett, a prayer book and five keys": approaches to a history of women’s tie-on pockets. In, Hayward, Maria and Kramer, Elizabeth (eds.) Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the Links between Archival and Object-based Research. 3rd International Conference of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies London, UK, Archetype, 157-163. (Postprints of the Annual Conference of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies 3).
Burt, Susan Margaret (2003) "Fit objects for an asylum": The Hampshire County Lunatic Asylum and its patients, 1852-1899. University of Southampton, Department of Sociology and Social Policy, Doctoral Thesis .
Bygrave, Stephen (2009) Uses of education: readings in enlightenment in England, Lewisburg, USA, Bucknell University Press, 238pp. (Bucknell Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature and Culture).
Büchs, M., Schnepf, S. and Bardsley, N. (2009) UK households' carbon footprints. An analysis of the distribution of CO2 emissions and their association with socio-economic factors - a project outline. In, Barriers to Environmental Sustainability, Southampton, UK, 23 Sep 2009.
Carpenter, Diane (2010) 'Above all a patient should never be terrified’: moral treatment and management in Hampshire, U.K. 1845-1914. In, International Perspectives in the History of Nursing , London, GB, 14 - 16 Sep 2010.
Cesarani, David (2001) The dynamics of diaspora: the transformation of British Jewish identity. Jewish History and Culture, 4, (1), 53-64.
Clarke, Gill (2007) The Women's Land Army and its recruits, 1939-50. In, Short, Brian, Watkins, Charles and Martin, John (eds.) The Front Line of Freedom: British Farming in the Second World War. Exeter, UK, British Agricultural History Society, 101-116. (Agricultural History Review).
Clarke, Peter D. (2014) Canon law. In, Swanson, Robert and Robert Swanson (eds.) The Routledge History of Medieval Christianity. Abingdon, GB, Routledge. (Submitted).
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.
Cohen, Lawrence (2010) A study in institutionalism – the Jewish children's orphanage at Norwood. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 415pp.
Colpus, Eve (2010) Preaching religion, family and memory in nineteenth-century England. Gender & History, 22, (1), 38-54. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0424.2009.01577.x).
Colpus, Eve (2011) TCBH Duncan Tanner Essay Prize Winner 2010: The Week's Good Cause: Mass Culture and Cultures of Philanthropy at the Inter-war BBC. Twentieth Century British History, 22, (3), 305-329. (doi:10.1093/tcbh/hwr014).
Colpus, Eve (2013) Unmarried: illegitimacy and the unmarried mother in post-First World War British film. In, Nicholas, Siân and O'Malley, Tom (eds.) Moral Panics, Social Fears, and the Media: Historical Perspectives. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 129-146. (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies).
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 (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 (2006) The nation's mantelpiece: the history of the National Gallery, London, UK, Pallas Athene, 576pp.
Conlin, Jonathan (2008) Vauxhall on the boulevard: pleasure gardens in London and Paris, 1764–1784. Urban History, 35, (1), 24-47. (doi:10.1017/S0963926807005160).
Conlin, Jonathan (2009) Civilisation, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 154pp. (BFI TV Classics).
Conlin, Jonathan (2009) Gladstone and the debate about evolution. Gladstone Bicentennial Conference, Chester, GB,
Conlin, Jonathan (2010) 'Faire le Wilkes': the Chevalier D'Eon and the Wilkites, 1762-1775. In, Burrows, Simon, Conlin, Jonathan, Goulbourne, Russell and Mainz, Valerie (eds.) The Chevalier d'Eon and his Worlds: Gender, Espionage and Politics in the Eighteenth Century. London, UK, Continuum, 45-56.
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 (2013) Tales of two cities: Paris, London and the making of the modern city, 1700-1900, Atlantic, 320pp.
Conlin, Jonathan (2013) The Gazette Littéraire de l'Europe and Anglo-French cultural diplomacy. Etudes Epistémè, 24 (In Press).
Conlin, Jonathan and Bremner, G. Alex (2011) History as Form: Architecture and Liberal Anglican Thought in E. A. Freeman. Modern Intellectual History, 8, (2), 299-326. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1479244311000205).
Crozier, Ivan and Rees, Gethin (2012) Making a space for medical expertise: medical knowledge of sexual assault and the construction of boundaries between forensic medicine and the law in late nineteenth-century England. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 8, (2), 317-335. (doi:10.1177/1743872110381558).
Curry, Anne (2005) Agincourt: a new history, Stroud, UK, Tempus, 352pp.
Curry, Anne (2007) After Agincourt, what next? Henry V and the campaign of 1416. In, Clark, Linda (ed.) Conflicts, Consequences and the Crown in the Late Middle Ages. Woodbridge, UK; Rochester, USA, Boydell, 23-52. (The Fifteenth Century VII).
Curry, Anne (2008) The battle speeches of Henry V. Reading Medieval Studies, XXXIV, 77-98.
Curry, Anne (2008) The military ordinances of Henry V: texts and contexts. In, Given-Wilson, Chris, Kettle, Ann and Scales, Len (eds.) War, Government and Aristocracy in the British Isles, c.1150-1500: Essays in Honour of Michael Prestwich. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewew, 214-249.
Curry, Anne (2008) Two kingdoms, one king: the Treaty of Troyes (1420) and the creation of a double monarchy of England and France. In, Richardson, Glenn (ed.) 'The Contending Kingdoms': France and England 1420–1700. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 23-42.
Curry, Anne (2009) Soldiers’ wives in the Hundred Years War. In, Coss, Peter and Tyerman, Christopher (eds.) Soldiers, Nobles and Gentlemen: Essays in Honour of Maurice Keen. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell Press, 198-214.
Curry, Anne (2010) Speakers at war in the late 14th and 15th centuries. Parliamentary History, 29, (1), 8-21. (doi:10.1111/j.1750-0206.2009.00127.x).
Curry, Anne, Bell, Adrian, King, Andy and Simpkin, David (2013) The soldier in later Medieval England, Oxford University Press, 336pp.
Donnelly, K.J. (2005) 'Troubles tourism': the terrorism theme park on and off screen. In, Crouch, David, Jackson, Rhona and Thompson, Felix (eds.) The Media and the Tourist Imagination: Coverging Cultures. London, UK; New York, US, Routledge, 92-104. (Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility).
Dow, Gillian (2011) Northanger Abbey, French fiction, and the affecting history of the Duchess of C***. Persuasions, 28, (32)
Dow, Gillian (2012) Stéphanie-Félicité de Genlis and the French historical novel in Romantic Britain. Women's Writing, 19, (3), 273-292.
Dunn, David (2008) Disarmament and peace movements in British and US feature films of the inter-war period. In, Johnson, Edward and Hamilton, Keith (eds.) Arms and Disarmament in Diplomacy. London, UK, Vallentine Mitchell, 129-150.
Dunn, Nick, Inskip, Hazel, Kendrick, Tony, Oestmann, Anne, Barnett, Jane, Godfrey, Keith and Cooper, Cyrus (2008) Does perceived financial strain predict depression among young women? Longitudinal findings from the Southampton Women's Survey. Mental Health in Family Medicine, 5, (1), 15-21.
Durham, Shaun Robert (1999) The Duke of Wellington and the people, 1819-1832. University of Southampton, Faculty of Arts, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 278pp.
Eagan, J. and Hayward, M.A. (2005) A textile binding once in the library of Henry VIII: technical examination and conservation. In, Fellows-Jensen, G. and Springborg, P. (eds.) Care and Conservation of Manuscripts: Proceedings of the Eighth International Seminar held at the University of Copenhagen 16-17 October 2003. Eighth International Seminar: Care and Conservation of Manuscripts Copenhagen, Denmark, Museum Tusculanum Press, 123-139.
Eastop, D. and McEwing, R. (2005) Concealed garments. In, Wyeth, P. and Janaway, R. (eds.) Scientific Analysis of Ancient and Historic Textiles: Informing Preservation, Display and Interpretation. London, UK, Archetype Publications.
Eastop, Dinah (2006) Outside in: making sense of the deliberate concealment of garments within buildings. Textile : The Journal of Cloth & Culture, 4, (3), 238-255. (doi:10.2752/147597506778691549).
Eastop, Dinah (2007) Sound recording and text creation: oral history and the Deliberately Concealed Garments Project. In, Hayward, Maria and Kramer, Elizabeth (eds.) Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the Links Between Archival and Object-Based Research. AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies Third Annual Conference London, UK, Archetype Press, 65-70. (Postprints of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, 3). (In Press).
Eastop, Dinah and Dew, Charlotte (2006) Context and meaning generation: the conservation of garments deliberately concealed within buildings. In, Saunders, David, Townsend, Joyce H. and Woodcock, Sally (eds.) The Object in Context: Crossing Conservation Boundaries. The 21st IIC International Congress London, UK, International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 17-22. (Contributions to IIC Congress Series).
Edgar, M. and Hinde, A. (1999) The stone workers of Purbeck. Rural History, 10, (1), 75-90.
Edwards, Howell G.M., Nikhassan, Nik F., Farwell, Dennis W., Garside, Paul and Wyeth, Paul (2006) Raman spectroscopic analysis of a unique linen artefact: the HMS Victory Trafalgar sail. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 37, (10), 1193-1200. (doi:10.1002/jrs.1609).
Edwards, Roy (2011) Divisional Train Control and the Emergence of Dynamic Capabilities: The Experience of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, c1923-c1939. Management and Organizational History (doi:10.1177/1744935911418149 ). (In Press).
Edwards, Roy (2012) ‘Keeping unbroken ways’: the role of the Railway Clearing House Secretariat in British freight transportation, c1923-c1947. Business History (In Press).
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.
Enever, Alison Louise (2014) ‘More than just a magazine’: the Boy’s Own Paper and Girl’s Own Paper, 1914-1967. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 402pp.
Erben, Michael (1996) A Preliminary Prosopography of the Victorian Street. Auto/Biography, 4, (2/3), 53-68.
Erben, Michael (2004) Amhurst, Nicholas (1697–1742). In, Matthew, H.C.G., Harrison, B. and Goldman, L. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press. (doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/446).
Erben, Michael (2004) French, George Russell (1803–1881). In, Matthew, H.C.G., Harrison, B. and Goldman, L. (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press. (doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/10162).
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.
Evandrou, Maria and Falkingham, Jane (2007) Demographic change, health and health-risk behaviour across cohorts in Britain: implications for policy modelling. In, Gupta, Anil and Harding, Ann (eds.) Modelling Our Future: Population Ageing, Health and Aged Care. Kidlington, Oxford, Emerald, 59-80. (International Symposia in Economic Theory and Econometrics 16).
Evandrou, Maria, Falkingham, Jane and Sefton, Tom (2009) Women’s family histories and incomes in later life in the UK, US and West Germany. London, UK, London School of Economics, 34pp. (Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion Discussion Paper, (138) ).
Everett, M. (2013) Qualities of a royal minister: studies in the rise of Thomas Cromwell, c. 1520-1534. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 356pp.
Ewence, Hannah (2010) Placing the ‘other’ in our midst: immigrant Jews, gender and the British imperial imagination. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 277pp.
Falkingham, Jane, Evandrou, Maria and Vlachantoni, Athina (2010) Gender, poverty and pensions in the UK. In, Chant, Sylvia (ed.) International Handbook on Gender and Poverty. Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar, 232-237.
Fielder, Karen (2012) 'X' marks the spot: the history and historiography of Coleshill House, Berkshire. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 328pp.
Foard, Glenn and Curry, Anne (2013) Bosworth 1485. A battlefield rediscovered, Oxford, GB, Oxbow books, 264pp.
Gale, Michael (2014) Learning the lute in early modern England, c.1550 - c.1640. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 285pp.
Galliver, Peter William (1987) The Portsmouth Dockyard workforce 1880-1914. University of Southampton, Faculty of Arts, Masters Thesis , 339pp.
Gammon, J.D. (2004) Narratives of sexual violence in England, 1640-1820, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press
Gator, John, Leech, Roger H. and Riley, Hazel (1993) Later prehistoric and Romano-British settlement sites in south Somerset: some recent work. Somerset Archaeology and Natural History, 137, 41-58.
Giulietti, Corrado (2009) Immigration and displacement across local labour markets. Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 40pp. (Discussion Papers in Economics and Econometrics 0917).
Glasper, Edward Alan (2007) Editorial. New code of conduct recalls Florence. Journal of Children's and Young People's Nursing, 1, (2), 57-58.
Glover, David (2009) Imperial Zion: Israel Zangwill and the English origins of territorialism. In, Bar-Yosef, Eitan and Valman, Nadia (eds.) 'The Jew' in Late Victorian and Edwardian Culture: Between the East End and East Africa. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 131-143. (Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture).
Glover, David (2012) Literature, immigration, and diaspora in fin-de-siecle England: a cultural history of the 1905 Aliens Act, New York, US, Cambridge University Press, 260pp.
Godley, John (2000) Management in the port of Southampton from 1870 to 1914 in two volumes. University of Southampton, Faculty of Arts, School of Humanities, Masters Thesis , 340pp.
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