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Ambühl, Remy (2007) Le sort des prisonniers d'Azincourt (1415). Revue du Nord, 89, (372), 755-787.

Ambühl, Remy (2002) Le séjour du future Louis XI dans les pays de Philippe le Bon (1456-61), Cercle d’Histoire et d’Archéologie du pays de Genappe, 222pp. (Cahier, 13).

Ambühl, Rémy (2006) A fair share of the profits? The captors of Agincourt. Nottingham Medieval Studies, 50, 129-150. (doi:10.1484/J.NMS.3.396).

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Blowen, Sarah, Demossier, Marion and Picard, Jeanine (2000) Introduction. In, Blowden, Sarah, Demossier, Marion and Picard, Jeanine (eds.) Recollections of France: Memories, Identities and Heritage in Contemporary France. Oxford, GB, Berghahn, 1-9.

Brooks, Jeanice (2001) The art of civil conversation: courtly neoplatonism and the dialogue air. In, Brooks, Jeanice, Ford, P. and Jondorf, G. (eds.) Poetry and Music in the French Renaissance: Proceedings of the Sixth Cambridge French Renaissance Colloquium. Poetry and Music in the French Renaissance Cambridge, GB, Cambridge French Colloquia, 159-184.

Brooks, Jeanice (2005) Chivalric romance, courtly love and courtly song: female vocality and feminine desire in the world of Amadis de Gaule’. In, LaMay, Thomasin (ed.) Musical Voices of Early Modern Women: Many-Headed Melodies. Aldershot, GB, Ashgate, 63-96.

Brooks, Jeanice (2007) A cornucopia of chansons. Early Music, 35, (2), 303-305. (doi:10.1093/em/cam017).

Brooks, Jeanice (2001) Courtly song in late sixteenth-century France, Chicago, USA, University of Chicago Press, 560pp.

Brooks, Jeanice (2001) From minstrel to courtier: the royal musique de chambre and courtly ideals in sixteenth-century France. In, Schwindt, Nicola (ed.) Musikalischer Alltag im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert. Kassel, DE, Bärenreiter, 39-49. (Troja: Trossinger Jahrbuch für Renaissancemusik 1).

Brooks, Jeanice (1992) Jean de Castro, the Pense partbooks and musical culture in sixteenth-century Lyons. Early Music History, 11, (1), 91-149. (doi:10.1017/S0261127900001200).

Brooks, Jeanice (2003) La lecture des airs de cour de Gabriel Bataille: la "nouvelle musique" en France autour de 1600. In, Balsamo, Jean (ed.) Lire à la Renaissance. Reims, France, Université de Reims, 135-146. (La Lecture Littéraire 7).

Brooks, Jeanice (2007) Les écrits de Nadia Boulanger: bibliographie. In, Laederich, Alexandra (ed.) Nadia Boulanger et Lili Boulanger: Témoignages et Études. Lyon, FR, Symétrie, 451-454.

Brooks, Jeanice (1998) Music and devotion in renaissance Toulouse: the motets of Guillaume Boni. In, Lesure, François and Vanhulst, Henri (eds.) La musique de tous les passetemps le plus beau: hommage à Jean-Michel Vaccaro. Paris, France, Klincksieck, 17-31.

Brooks, Jeanice (2002) 'New music' in renaissance France. In, Schwindt, Nicola (ed.) Gesang zur Laute. Kassel, DE, Bärenreiter, 161-175. (Troja: Trossinger Jahrbuch für Renaissancemusik 2).

Brooks, Jeanice (2003) O quelle armonye: dialogue singing in late renaissance France. Early Music History, 22, 1-65. (doi:10.1017/S0261127903003012).

Brooks, Jeanice (2004) Review. Christelle Cazaux's La Musique a la Cour de Francois I. Music & Letters, 85, (4), 625-629. (doi:10.1093/ml/85.4.625).

Brooks, Jeanice (1992) Review. Music in renaissance Lyons, Frank Dobbins. The Times Literary Supplement, (4649), 18.

Brooks, Jeanice (2004) Ritterroman und höfisches lied. Die weibliche stimme im französischen salon des späten 16 jahrhunderts. In, Schwindt, Nicola (ed.) Frauen und Musik im Europa des 16. Jahrhunderts: Infrastrukturen, Aktivitäten, Motivationen. Kassel, DE, Bärenreiter, 91-114. (Troja: Trossinger Jahrbuch für Renaissancemusik, 4).

Brown, David (2006) Palmerston and Anglo-French relations, 1846-1865. Diplomacy and Statecraft, 17, (4), 675-692. (doi:10.1080/09592290600942918).

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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).

Clarke, Jackie (2011) France in the Age of Organization: Factory, Home and Nation from the 1920s to Vichy, Oxford, GB, New York, US, Berghahn Books

Clarke, Jackie (2004) France, America and the metanarrative of modernization: from postwar social science to the new culturalism. Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, 8, (4), 365-377. (doi:10.1080/10260210410001733379).

Clarke, Jackie (2005) Homecomings: Paulette Bernège, Scientific Management and the Return to the Land in Vichy France. In, Diamond, Hanna and Kitson, Simon (eds.) Vichy, Resistance, Liberation: New Perspectives on Wartime France. Oxford, UK, Berg, 171-182.

Clarke, Jackie and Tumblety, Joan, Clarke, Jackie and Tumblety, Joan (eds.) (2006) Introduction. French History [Special Issue on ‘Spaces and Places’], 20, (4), 365-368. (doi:10.1093/fh/crl024).

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

Conlin, Jonathan (2013) Tales of two cities: Paris, London and the making of the modern city, 1700-1900, Atlantic, 320pp.

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 (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).

Cuberos, Encarnación, Paffey, Darren, Pozo-Gutiérrez, Alicia and Soo, Scott (2009) 'Moi, j'ai toujours la hantise des bombes': la voix de Encarna Cuberos. In, Garralaga Lataste, Laure (ed.) La déchirure: cinq témoignages. Bordeaux, France, Pleine Page Éditeur, 177-203.

Curry, Anne (2005) Agincourt: a new history, Stroud, UK, Tempus, 352pp.

Curry, Anne (2003) The coronation expedition and Henry VI’s court in France 1430-32. In, Stratford, Jenny (ed.) The Lancastrian Court. Donington, UK, Shaun Tyas, 29-52.

Curry, Anne (2005) Henry V’s conquest of Normandy 1417-19: the siege of Rouen in context. XXXI Semana de Estudios Medievales Estella 19-23 de Julio 2004, 237-254.

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.

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Demossier, Marion (2001) Culinary heritage and 'produits de terroir' in France: food for thought. In, Blowden, Sarah, Demossier, Marion and Picard, Jeanine (eds.) Recollections of France: Memories, Identities and Heritage in Contemporary France. Oxford, GB, Berghahn, 141-153.

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.

Demossier, Marion (2000) Women in rural France. In, Gregory, Abigail and Tidd, Ursula (eds.) Women in Contemporary France. London, GB, Berg, 191-211.

Demossier, Marion (2004) Women in rural France: mediators or agents of change? In, Bullar, Henry and Hoggart, Keith (eds.) Women in the European Countryside. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 42-58.

Demossier, Marion and Bilger-Street, H. (2005) Diamonds and videotape: political scandals and the presidents of the Fifth French Republic. In, Garrard, John and Newell, James L. (eds.) Scandals in Past and Contemporary Politics. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 151-162.

Demossier, Marion and Milner, Susan (2000) Social difference: age and place. In, Kidd, William and Reynolds, Sian (eds.) Contemporary French Cultural Studies. London, GB, Hodder, 69-80.

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.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2002) On humanism. In, Heidegger & France, North American Heidegger Society, Southern Conneticut State University, USA, 2002. New Haven, USA, North American Heidegger Society, 203-211.

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Ebrahimnejad, Hormoz , Hôpitaux de Paris (1998) Broussais, un siècle d’histoire: cent cinquantenaire de l'Assistance publique - Hôpitaux de Paris, Paris, FR, Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris, 122pp.

Eldridge, Claire (2010) Blurring the boundaries between perpetrators and victims: Pied-noir memories and the harki community. Memory Studies, 3, (2), 123-136. (doi:10.1177/1750698009355675).

Eldridge, Claire (2007) Book review. An Empire Divided: Republicanism, Religion and the Making of French Colonialism. French History, 21, (4), 481-483. (doi:10.1093/fh/crm057).

Eldridge, Claire (2007) Book review. Remnants of Empire: Women, Words and War. French History, 21, (3), 372-373. (doi:10.1093/fh/crm029).

Eldridge, Claire (2010) Le symbole de l’Afrique perdue: Carnoux-en-Provence and the Pied-Noir Community. In, Marsh, Kate and Frith, Nicola (eds.) France’s Lost Empires: Fragmentation, Loss and la fracture coloniale. Lanham, United States, Lexington.

Eldridge, Claire (2009) ‘We've never had a voice’: memory construction and the children of the harkis (1962–1991). French History, 23, (1), 88-107. (doi:10.1093/fh/crn062).

Everist, Mark (2005) Donizetti and Wagner: opéra de genre at the Théâtre de la Renaissance. In, Everist, Mark (ed.) Giacomo Meyerbeer and Music Drama in Nineteenth-Century Paris. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 309-341. (Variorum Collected Studies Series CS805).

Everist, Mark (2005) Giacomo Meyerbeer and music drama in nineteenth-century Paris, Aldershot, Ashgate, 460pp. (Variorum Collected Studies Series, CS805).

Everist, Mark (1981) Music and theory in late thirteenth-century Paris: The Manuscript Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds Lat. 11266. Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 17, 52-64.

Everist, Mark (2002) Music drama at the Paris Odéon, 1824-1828, Berkeley, USA, Universiy of California Press, 348pp.

Everist, Mark (2004) Theatres of litigation: stage music at the Théâtre de la Renaissance, 1838–1840. Cambridge Opera Journal, 16, (2), 133-161. (doi:10.1017/S095458670400182X).

Everist, Mark (2005) "Tutti i francesi erano diventati matti". Bellini and the Duet for Two Basses. In, Everist, Mark (ed.) Giacomo Meyerbeer and Music Drama in Nineteenth-Century Paris. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 281-307. (Variorum Collected Studies Series CS805).

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Forbes, Jill and Kelly, Michael (1993) Pierre Bourdieu: Introduction (special issue edited by Jill Forbes and Michael Kelly). French Cultural Studies, 4, (12), 205-207.

Freedman, Jane (2000) Immigrant and ethnic minority women in contemporary France. In, Gregory, Abigail and Tidd, Ursula (eds.) Women in Contemporary France. Oxford, UK, Berg.

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Hicks, Leonie V. (2009) Magnificent entrances and undignified exits: chronicling the symbolism of castle space in Normandy. Journal of Medieval History, 35, (1), 52-69. (doi:10.1016/j.jmedhist.2009.01.001).

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Kelly, M.H. (2004) The cultural and intellectual rebuilding of France after the Second World War, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 248pp.

Kelly, Michael (1998) André Glucksmann. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 272. (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture).

Kelly, Michael (1998) André Marty. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 236-237.

Kelly, Michael (1995) Anthropology. In, France, Peter (ed.) The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 34-35.

Kelly, Michael (1988) Aragon and the spirit of the popular front. Quinquereme - new studies in modern languages, 11, (1), 3-13.

Kelly, Michael (1999) Aragon et l'humanisme dans les années quarante. In, MacAnulty, Andrew (ed.) Aragon, Elsa Triolet et les cultures étrangères. Colloquium, University of Glasgow Besançon, France, Presses Unversitaires de Franche Comté, 87-98. (Série linguistique et sémiotiques 34).

Kelly, Michael (1998) Bernard-Henri Lévy. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 335-336. (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture).

Kelly, Michael (1988) British cultural contexts for French civilisation teaching. In, Cahm, Eric (ed.) Teaching French civilisation in Britain, the United States and Australia : proceedings of the Anglo-American Seminar held at Portsmouth Polytechnic, 18th-20th September 1987. Anglo-American Seminar London, UK, Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France, 57-67.

Kelly, Michael (1991) Catholic cultural policy from 1944 to 1950: bande dessinée and cinema. In, Rigby, Brian and Hewitt, Nicholas (eds.) France and the Mass Media. L'Avènement des mass-media dans la France de l'après-guerre: culture et culture populaire, Maison Française d'Oxford Basingstoke, UK, Macmillan, 20-36. (Warwick Studies in the European Humanities).

Kelly, Michael (2000) Catholicism and the left in twentieth-century France. In, Chadwick, Kay (ed.) Catholicism, Politics and Society in Twentieth-Century France. Liverpool, UK, Liverpool University Press, 142-174.

Kelly, Michael (1991) Catholics and communism in liberation France, 1944-47. In, Tallett, Frank and Atkin, Nicholas (eds.) Religion, Society and Politics in France since 1789. London, UK; Rio Grande, USA, Hambledon Press, 187-202.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Class. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 111-112. (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture).

Kelly, Michael (1995) Crisis and commitment. In, Forbes, Jill and Kelly, Michael (eds.) French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. Oxford: UK, Oxford University Press, 69-78.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Daniel Mayer. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 241.

Kelly, Michael (1991) Das gespenst der kollaboration im "après-guerre". In, Hirschfeld, Gerhard and Marsh, Patrick (eds.) Kollaboration in Frankreich: Politik, Wirstschaft und Kultur während der nationalsozialistischen Besatzung. Frankfurt, Germany, S. Fischer Verlag, 252-265.

Kelly, Michael (1994) Death at the Liberation: the cultural articulation of death and suffering in France 1944-1947. French Cultural Studies, 5, (15), 227-240.

Kelly, Michael (1997) Edgar Morin: Introduction (special issue edited by Michael Kelly). French Cultural Studies, 8, (24), 279-281.

Kelly, Michael (2006) Emmanuel Mounier and the awakening of Black Africa. French Cultural Studies, 17, (2), 207-222. (doi:10.1177/0957155806064442).

Kelly, Michael (1995) Essay review : Fast Cars, Clean Bodies: Kristin Ross. Fast Cars, Clean Bodies: Decolonization and the Reordering of French Culture. French Cultural Studies, 6, (18), 413-418.

Kelly, Michael (1997) Essay review. From big brother to fraternity: Myron Kofman, Edgar Morin (in special issue: "Edgar Morin" edited by Michael Kelly). French Cultural Studies, 8, (24), 411-415.

Kelly, Michael (1972) The fate of Emmanuel Mounier: a bibliographical essay. Journal of European Studies, 2, (3), 256-267.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Francs tireurs et partisans- main d'oeuvre immigrée. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 145-146.

Kelly, Michael (1993) French Catholic intellectuals during the Occupation. Journal of European Studies, 23, (1), 179-191.

Kelly, Michael (2002) French Culture and Society. The Essentials, London, UK: New York, USA, Hodder Arnold: Oxford University Press (USA), 320pp. (The Essential Glossary).

Kelly, Michael (1995) The French ideologies. In, Forbes, Jill and Kelly, Michael (eds.) French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 109-119.

Kelly, Michael (1997) French intellectuals and zhdanovism. French Cultural Studies, 8, (22), 17-28.

Kelly, Michael (2005) French intellectuals: the legendary exception. In, Godin, Emmanuel and Chafer, Tony (eds.) The French Exception. Oxford, UK, Berghahn, 193-207.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Front nationale. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 150-151.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Germany - propaganda in France. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 163-164.

Kelly, Michael (1992) Hegel in France, Birmingham, UK, University of Birmingham, 115pp. (Birmingham Modern Language Publications, 6).

Kelly, Michael (1981) Hegel in France to 1940: A bibliographical essay. Journal of European Studies, 11, (41), 29-52.

Kelly, Michael (1986) Hegel in France today: a bibliographical essay. Journal of European Studies, 16, (4), 249-270.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Henri Lefebvre. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 327-328. (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture).

Kelly, Michael (1997) The historical emergence of everyday life. Sites: the journal of contemporary French studies, 1, (1), 77-92.

Kelly, Michael (1989) Humanism and national unity: the ideological reconstruction of France. In, Hewitt, Nicholas (ed.) The Culture of Reconstruction: European Literature, Thought and Film, 1945-50. Basingstoke, UK; New York, USA, Macmillan; St. Martin's Press, 103-119.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Ici-Paris. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, US, Routledge, 290. (Encyclopedias of Contemporary Culture).

Kelly, Michael (1980) The influence of O'Connell's example on French liberal Catholicism. In, McCartney, Donal (ed.) The World of Daniel O'Connell. Dublin, Ireland, Mercier Press for The Cultural Relations Committee of Ireland, 150-162.

Kelly, Michael (2006) Introduction (in special issue "Writers, Intellectuals and the Colonial Experience" edited by Michael Kelly). French Cultural Studies, 17, (2), 131-135. (doi:10.1177/0957155806064437).

Kelly, Michael (1995) Introduction: French cultural identities. In, Forbes, Jill and Kelly, Michael (eds.) French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 1-7.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Jacques Chevalier. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 63-64.

Kelly, Michael (2006) Les regards britanniques sur la vie intellectuel française depuis la seconde guerre mondiale. In, Cooper-Richet, Diana and Rapoport, Michel (eds.) Entente Cordiale: Cent ans de Relations Culturelles Franco-Britanniques (1904-2004). Paris, France, Créaphis, 293-303.

Kelly, Michael (1977) Louis Althusser and marxist theory. Journal of European Studies, 7, (27), 189-203.

Kelly, Michael (1995) Marxism. In, France, Peter (ed.) The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 505-506.

Kelly, Michael (1992) Materialism in nineteenth-century France. In, Rigby, Brian (ed.) French Literature, Thought and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. A Material World. Essays in honour of D. G. Charlton. Basingstoke, UK, Macmillan, 23-41. (Warwick studies in the European Humanities).

Kelly, Michael (1995) Modernization and popular culture. In, Forbes, Jill and Kelly, Michael (eds.) French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 140-152.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Mouvement de Libération Nationale. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 252.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Mouvements unis de la Résistance. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 253-254.

Kelly, Michael (1998) New philosophers. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 394-395.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Otto lists. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 269-270.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Paul Ricoeur. In, Hughes, Alex and Reader, Keith (eds.) Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture. London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 470. (Routledge Encyclopedias of Contemporary European Cultures).

Kelly, Michael (1998) Pierre-Henri Teitgen. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 345-346.

Kelly, Michael (1995) Politics and culture from the cold war to decolonization. In, Forbes, Jill and Kelly, Michael (eds.) French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 124-135.

Kelly, Michael (1995) Post-structuralism. In, France, Peter (ed.) The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 634-635.

Kelly, Michael (2000) The post-war cultural reconstruction of France and Germany 1944-46. Southampton Papers in Language and Culture, 1, 91-106.

Kelly, Michael (2000) The postwar cultural reconstruction of France and Germany, 1944-46: issues of identity and methodology. In, Apollon, Daniel, Fure, Odd-Bjørn and Svåsand, Lars (eds.) Approaching a New Millennium: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the Future. Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), 14-18 August 2000, University of Bergen, Norway. ISSEI 2000; Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas Bergen: Norway, University of Bergen; ISSEI.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Press, Clandestine. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 287-289.

Kelly, Michael (2006) The reception of French Catholic intellectuals in Britain after the second world war. French Cultural Studies, 17, (3), 285-302. (doi:10.1177/0957155806068093).

Kelly, Michael (1995) The reconstruction of masculinity at the liberation. In, Kedward, Harry R. and Wood, Nancy (eds.) The Liberation of France: Image and Event. Oxford, UK; Washington, USA, Berg, 117-128. (Berg French Studies).

Kelly, Michael (1995) Reconstructions of the French Nation. In, Forbes, Jill and Kelly, Michael (eds.) French Cultural Studies: An Introduction. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 99-109.

Kelly, Michael (2003) Religion, culture and politics. In, Hewitt, Nicholas (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Modern French Culture. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 165-186. (Cambridge Companions to Culture). (doi:10.2277/052179465X).

Kelly, Michael (1996) Revolution, renaissance, redressement: representations of historical change in post-war France. In, Bartram, Graham, Slawinski, Maurice and Steel, David (eds.) Reconstructing the past: Representations of the Fascist Era in Postwar European Culture. Keele, UK, Keele University Press, 32-48.

Kelly, Michael (2000) The stranger's gaze: the emergence of French cultural studies. In, Baetens, Jan and Lambert, José (eds.) The Future of Cultural Studies: Essays in Honour of Joris Vlasselars. Leuven, Belgium, Leuven University Press, 107-121. (Symbolae Facultatis Litterarum Lovaniensis - Series B 16).

Kelly, Michael (1998) Switzerland. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 340-341.

Kelly, Michael (1998) Universities. In, Gordon, Bertram M. (ed.) A Historical Dictionary of World War II France. The Occupation, Vichy and the Resistance 1938-1946. Westport, USA, Greenwood Press, 356-357.

Kelly, Michael (1989) The view of collaboration during the 'Après-guerre'. In, Hirschfeld, Gerhard and Marsh, Patrick (eds.) The Collaboration in France: Politics and Culture During the Nazi Occupation 1940-1944. Oxford, UK; Washington D.C., USA, Berg, 239-251.

Kelly, Michael (2008) War and culture: the lessons of post-war France. Synergies Royaume-Uni et Irlande, 1, 91-100.

Kelly, Michael (2008) What is cultural history now about? In, Gildea, Robert and Simonin, Anne (eds.) Writing Contemporary History. London, UK, Hodder Education, 47-68.

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Leech, Roger (1997) Cluny et le développement urbain en Bourgogne du sud. In, Grandchamp, Pierre, Jones, Michael, Meirion-Jones, Gwyn and Salveque, Jean-Denis (eds.) La Ville de Cluny et ses Maisons. Paris, FR, Picard, 76-87.

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Matthews David, A. (2003) Decorated men: fashioning the French soldier, 1852-1914. Fashion Theory, 7, (1), 3-38.

Matthews David, A. (2003) Leotard's tights: male bodies in the circus ring. In, Design History Society Annual Conference 06 - 09 Sep 2003.

Matthews David, A. (2002) Made to measure? Tayloring the male body in Nineteenth century France. In, International Conference: Controlling Bodies: The Regulation of Social Conduct 1600-2002, Glamorgan, Wales, UK, 25 - 27 Jun 2002.

Mazdon, Lucy (2006) The Cannes Film Festival as transnational space. [in special issue: Transnational Cinema edited by Leonard Koos] Post Script, 25, (2), 19-30.

Mazdon, Lucy (2000) Encore Hollywood: Remaking French Cinema , London, GB, British Film Institute, 169pp.

McAleer, John (2013) 1810: change, continuity, and connections. In, Hookoomsing, Vineesh Y. (ed.) Isle de France, Mauritius: 1810, the Great Turning Point. Port Louis, MU, SHIM. (In Press).

Melot, Michel and Kelly, Michael (1990) Culture and information technology in France. French Cultural Studies, 1, (3), 173-182.

Miller, L. (2002) Loyautes ambigues: la consommation d' etoffes de soie francaise a Madrid, 1759-1789. In, Autour des Van Loos: peinture, commerce textile et espionnage industrielle, Rouen, France, 15 - 16 Mar 2002. (Submitted).

Miller, L.E. (2005) The Marriage of Art and Commerce: understanding Philippe Lasalle's success in Silk Manufacturing, circa 1750-1789. Art History, 28, (2), 200-226. (doi: 10.1111/j.0141-6790.2005.00461.x). (Submitted).

Miller, L.E. (2002) The object of design: a reassessment of the life and work of Philippe Lasalle (1723-1804). In, Textile Matters: Object-based Research: The Contribution of Conservation to Textile History and Research, Annual Conference of the Pasold Research Fund run in conjunction with the Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, Winchester, UK, 18 - 19 Apr 2002.

Miller, L.E. (2004) Representing silk design: Nicholas Joubert de L'Hiberderie and Le dessinateur pour les etoffes d'or, d'argent et de soie (Paris, 1765). Journal of Design History, 17, (1), 29-53. (doi:10.1093/jdh/17.1.29).

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