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Cheyette, Bryan and Valman, N. (eds.) (2004) The image of the Jew in European liberal culture, 1789-1914, Vallentine Mitchell, Routledge, 232pp.

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.

Happé, Peter and Strietman, Elsa (eds.) (2004) Three Dutch Rhetoricians plays, Lancaster, UK, Medieval English Theatre, 186pp. (Medieval English Theatre, 26).

(2004) "The Place of the Woman is the Place of Imagination": Yvonne Vera Interviewed by Ranka Primorac. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 39, (3), 157-171. (doi:10.1177/0021989404047052).

Reiter, Andrea (ed.) (2005) Children of the Holocaust, London, UK, Vallentine Mitchell

Muponde, Robert and Primorac, Ranka (eds.) (2005) Versions of Zimbabwe: new approaches to literature and culture, Harare, ZW, Weaver Press, 288pp.

Hussein, Aamer (ed.) (2005) Kahani: short stories by Pakistani women, London, UK, Saqi Books, 170pp.

Dinneen, Mark (ed.) (2007) Jose Soares, São Paulo, Brazil, Hedra, 158pp. (Biblioteca de Cordel).

Bending, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (eds.) (2007) Women's travel writings in revolutionary France. Part I: 3 volume set, London, GB, Pickering & Chatto, 1088pp. (Chawton House Library Series: Women’s Travel Writings).

Bending, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (eds.) (2008) Women's travel writings in revolutionary France. Part II: 4 volume set, London, GB, Pickering and Chatto, 2048pp. (Chawton House Library Series: Women’s Travel Writings).

Morton, Stephen and Boehmer, Elleke (eds.) (2009) Terror and the postcolonial: a concise companion, Chichester, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 408pp. (Concise Companions to Literature and Culture).

Connell, Liam and Marsh, Nicola (eds.) (2010) Literature and globalization: a reader, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 416pp. (Routledge Literature Readers).

Milne, Lorna and Orr, Mary (eds.) (2011) Narratives of French modernity: themes, forms and metamorphoses. Essays in honour of David Gascoigne, Pieterlen, CH, Peter Lang, 353pp. (Modern French Identities, 62).

Glover, David and McCracken, Scott (eds.) (2012) The Cambridge companion to popular fiction, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 244pp.

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

Datta, S., Bakshi, K. and Dasgupta, R.K. (eds.) (2015) Rituparno Ghosh: Cinema, Gender and Art, London, GB, Routledge, 320pp. (South Asian History and Culture).

Armstrong-Coster, Angela (2005) In morte media jubilate [2]: a study of cancer-related pathographies. Mortality, 10, (2), 97-112. (doi:10.1080/13576270500102880).

Arvidson, Malin (2009) Impact and evaluation in the UK third sector: reviewing literature and exploring ideas. Southampton, GB, Third Sector Research Centre (Briefing and working paper series, 27).

Batini, Nicoletta, Kim, Young-Bae, Levine, Paul and Lotti, Emanuela (2010) Informal labour and credit markets: a survey. New York, US, International Monetary Fund, 42pp. (IMF Working Papers, 10/42).

Baum, Devorah, Morton, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (2011) Introduction to Special Issue of New Formations. Hannah Arendt After Modernity. New Formations

Bending, S.D. (2011) Melancholy amusements: women, gardens, and the depression of spirits. [in special issue: Enlightenment Depression II] Studies in the Literary Imagination, 44, (2), 41-62. (doi:10.1353/sli.2011.0013).

Brace, Adam (2009) Stovepipe, London, GB, Faber & Faber, 112pp.

Brown, Daniel (1997) Hopkins’ idealism: philosophy, physics, poetry, Oxford, GB, Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press, 360pp.

Brown, Daniel (2000) Victorian poetry and science. In, Bristow, Joseph (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Poetry. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 137-158. (Cambridge Companions to Literature).

Brown, Daniel (2004) Gerard Manley Hopkins, Northgate House and the British Council , 134pp.

Brown, Daniel (2007) Hopkins and the problem of singularity. In, Plotkin, Cary H. (eds.) Soundings: Hopkins Studies in Transition. Philadelphia, US, Saint Joseph’s University Press, 83-96.

Brown, Daniel (2008) The body of language dancing to the music of time: mind, body and style in De Quincey. In, Gay, Penny, Johnston, Judith and Waters, Catherine (eds.) Victorian Turns, NeoVictorian Returns: Essays on Fiction and Culture. Newcastle upon Tyne, GB, Cambridge Scholars Press, 39-49.

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.

Budach, Gabriele and Patrick, Donna (2011) Donner une voix aux Inuits urbains: "Photovoice" comme une pratique de multilittératie dans la construction d’identité et de savoirs transfrontaliers. Cahiers de l’ILOB, 2, 35-55.

Campbell, Julie (1998) Beckett and the Big House: Watt and 'Quin'. In, Marshall, Alan and Sammels, Neil (eds.) Irish Encounters. Poetry, Politics and Prose Since 1880. Bath, GB, Sulis Press, 78-89.

Campbell, Julie (2007) Endgame and performance. In, Byron, Mark S. (eds.) Samuel Beckett's Endgame. New York, US, Rodopi Press, 253-274.

Campbell , Julie (2013) 'Close your eyes and listen to it': Embers and the difficulties of listening. In, Fifield, Peter and Addyman, David (eds.) Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies: New Critical Essays. London, GB, Bloomsbury, Methuen Drama , 133-152. (Plays and Playwrights, 1).

Challen, Doreen (1970) Listening to the teacher: the value of participant reflection on video data. In, The Bera Annual Conference 2007, London, UK, 05 - 08 Sep 2007.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2003) Overhearing complaint and the dialectic of consolation in Chaucer’s verse. Reading Medieval Studies, 29, 19-30.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2003) Envelope pattern and the locus amoenus in Old English Verse. Notes and Queries, 50, (3), 263-264. (doi:10.1093/nq/50.3.263).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2006) Literary landscapes and the idea of England, 700-1400, Oxford, GB, DS Brewer, 172pp.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2007) Layamon’s Badon Hill and the Battle of Crug Mawr. Notes and Queries, 54, (4), 368-370. (doi:10.1093/notesj/gjm187).

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

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2009) Old English poetry. In, Lemon, Rebecca, Mason, Emma, Roberts, Jonathan and Rowland, Christopher (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature. Chichester, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 61-75.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2010) Place, poetry and patronage: the Libellus Æthelwoldi Episcopi and its contexts. Landscape History, 31, (2), 25-35.

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) 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).

Clery, E.J. (2011) To dazzle let the Vain design: Alexander Pope’s portrait gallery and the impossibility of brilliant women. In, Eger, Elizabeth (eds.) Bluestockings Displayed: Portraiture, Performance and Patronage, 1730-1830. , Cambridge University Press.

Conlin, Jonathan (2014) Charles Kingsley. In, John, Juliet (eds.) Oxford Bibliographies in Victorian Literature. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press. (doi:10.1093/OBO/9780199799558-0109).

Connell, N.A.D. and Mannion, R. (2006) Conceptualisations of trust in the organisational literature: Some indicators from a complementary perspective. [in special issue: Trust in health care organisations] Journal of Health Organisation and Management, 20, (5), 417-433. (doi:10.1108/14777260610701795).

Cornwall, Mark (2012) The Wartime Bohemia of Franz Kafka. The Social and National Crisis. In, Engel, Manfred and Robertson, Ritchie (eds.) Kafka. Prague and the First World War. Wurzburg, Germany, Konighausen & Neumann, 37-47.

Corradini, Erika (2010) The composite nature of eleventh-century homiliaries: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 421. In, Da Rold, Orietta and Treharne, Elaine (eds.) Textual Cultures: Cultural Texts. , Boydell & Brewer, 5-19. (Essays and Studies).

Croucher, Karina, Canning, John, Gawthrope, Jane, Allan, Rebecca, Croucher, Sarah and Ross, Catherine (2007) Here be dragons? Enterprising graduates in the humanities. Southampton, UK, Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, 32pp.

Dasgupta, R.K (2014) Gender and nation: postcolonial conflicts in South Asia. In, Narayan Ray, Girindra (eds.) Writing Difference: Nationalism, Literature and Identity. , Atlantic Publishers, 63-79.

Day, Loraine and Thomas, Lyn (2003) Exploring the interspace: recent dialogues around the work of Annie Ernaux. Feminist Review, 74, 98-104. (doi:10.1057/

Dinneen, Mark (2003) José de Acosta. In, Speake, Jennifer (eds.) Literature of Travel and Exploration: An Encyclopedia. London, UK, New York, USA, Fitzroy Dearborn.

Dow, Gillian (2009) "The best system of education ever published in France": Adelaïde and Theodore en Angleterre. In, Bessire, Francois and Reid, Martine (eds.) Madame de Genlis: Littérature et éducation. Paris, FR, Publications des Universités de Rouen et du Havre, 41-49.

Dow, Gillian (2012) Stéphanie-Félicité de Genlis and the French historical novel in Romantic Britain. Women's Writing, 19, (3), 273-292.

Dow, Gillian (2015) Translations. In, Sabor, Peter (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Emma. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press.

Everist, Mark (2013) Mozart's Ghosts: haunting the halls of musical culture, New York, US, Oxford University Press, 320pp.

Fan, Lianghuo and Kaeley, Gurcharn S. (2000) The influence of textbooks on teaching strategies: an empirical study. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 13, (4), 2-9.

Fraser, Hilary and Brown, Daniel (1997) English prose of the nineteenth century, Abingdon, GB, Longman, 456pp.

Galbraith, David (2009) Writing about what we know: generating ideas in writing. In, Beard, Roger, Myhill, Debra, Riley, Jeni and Nystand, Martin (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Writing Development. London, GB, SAGE, 48-64.

Glover, D. (2002) Conrad's aliens. Belgian Essays on Language and Literature, 1-14.

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.

Glover, David and McCracken, Scott (2012) Introduction. In, Glover, David and McCracken, Scott (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Popular Fiction. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press.

Graham, Helen, Mason, Rhiannon and Newman, Andrew International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies (2009) Literature review: Historic environment, sense of place, and social capital. Newcastle upon Tyne, GB, English Heritage, 44pp.

Hammond, Mary (2014) Book history in the reading experience. In, Howsam, Leslie (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Book History. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 237-252. (Cambridge Companions to Literature).

Hammond, Mary (2015) Tracking pirates through the digital archive. [in special issue: The History of the Book] The Yearbook of English Studies, 45, 178-195. (doi:10.5699/yearenglstud.45.2015.0178).

Hanson, Clare (2008) Bestselling bodies: mourning, melancholia and the female forensic pathologist. [in special issue: Contemporary Women's Writing] Women: a Cultural Review, 19, (1), 87-100. (doi:10.1080/09574040801920011).

Hanson, Clare (2013) The book of repetition: Rachel Cusk and maternal subjectivity. [in special issue: Rachel Cusk. Part II: on Cusk's Other Works] E-rea: Revue Electronique d'Etudes sur le Monde Anglophone, 10, (2)

Hanson, Clare (2015) The maternal body. In, Hillman, David and Maude, Ulrika (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to the Body in Literature. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 87-100. (Cambridge Companions to Literature).

Happé, Peter (2007) The Towneley cycle: unity and diversity, Cardiff, Wales, University of Wales Press, 304pp. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages Series).

Harland, E.J. (2011) Likeness and presence; a precise complication. In, A Sort of Night to the MInd; a Kind of Night for our Thoughts. London, GB, Arch 402 Gallery, 10-14.

Harrison, J.H., Hall, R.D. and Harland, D.G. (1989) Literature review of accident analysis methodologies and cycle facilities. Wokingham, GB, Transport and Road Research Laboratory , 39pp.

Helsby, Wendy Frances (1999) Comics in education. The link between visual and verbal literacy: how readers read comics. University of Southampton, Faculty of Educational Studies, Doctoral Thesis , 302pp.

Hussein, Aamer (2002) Turquoise, London, UK, Saqi, 154pp.

Hussein, Aamer (2005) This other salt, London, UK, Saqi Books, 201pp.

Hussein, Aamer (2007) Insomnia, London, UK, Telegram Books, 152pp. (Fiction).

Hussein, Aamer (2010) Restless. In, Freeman, John (eds.) Granta 112: Pakistan. London, GB, Granta Publications, 215-223.

Hussein, Aamer (2011) The Cloud Messenger, London, GB, Telegram, 203pp.

Janaway, Christopher (2014) Self and style: life as literature revisited. The Journal of Nietzsche Studies, 45, (2), 103-117.

Johnson, Peter (2004) Moral philosophers and the novel: a study of Winch, Nussbaum and Rorty, Basingstoke, UK, Macmillan, 216pp.

Johnston, Brenda (2007) Methodological review: mapping the literature in relation to the challenges for the non-participation project. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 132pp. (Non-Participation in Higher Education Research Project Series, Working Paper 4).

Jones, Stephanie (2011) Editorial. Indian oceans. [in special issue: Indian Oceans] Wasafiri, 26, (2), 1-2. (doi:10.1080/02690055.2011.557489).

Jones, Stephanie (2011) The poetic ocean in Mare Liberum. In, Ben-Dor, Oren (eds.) Law and Art: Justice, Ethics and Aesthetics. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 188-203.

Jones, Stephanie (2012) The ethics of geography: women as readers and dancers in Gurinder Chadha's Bride and Prejudice (2004). In, Dow, Gillian and Hanson, Clare (eds.) Uses of Austen: Jane's Afterlives. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave, 175-191.

Jones, Stephanie and Motha, Stewart (2015) A new nomos offshore and bodies as their own signs. Law and Literature, 27, (2), 253-278. (doi:10.1080/1535685X.2015.1034479).

Kaplan, C. and Glover, D. (2001) Genders (2nd edition), Abingdon, UK, Routledge (New Critical Idiom Series).

Kaplan, Cora (2005) Victoriana: histories, criticisms, fictions, Edinburgh, Scotland, University of Edinburgh Press, 192pp.

Kelly, S. and Morton, S.C. (2004) Calling up Annie Moore. Public Culture, 16, (1), 119-130.

Kiely, R. (2013) Review Essay: Musings Post Colonies. Maswood Akhter 2012. Praxis: Journal of the Department of English, Rajshahi University, 258-262.

King, Ros (2013) What are we doing when we're doing Shakespeare? - the embodied brain in theatrical performance. In, Prochaska, Martin, Hofele, Andreas, Scolnicov, Hanna and Dobson, Michael (eds.) Renaissance Shakespeare/Shakespeare Renaissances: Proceedings of the 9th World Shakespeare Conference. Delaware, US, University of Delaware Press.

King, Ros (2014) Plays, playing and make-believe: thinking and feeling in Shakespearean drama. In, Johnson, Laurie, Sutton, John and Tribble, Evelyn (eds.) Embodied Cognition and Shakespeare's Theatre: The Early Modern Body-Mind. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 27-46.

Lavery, Jane Elizabeth (2015) The Art of Ana Clavel: Ghosts, Urinals, Dolls, Shadows and Outlaw Desires, Oxford, GB, Legenda (Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures, 6).

Le Foll, Claire (2015) The image of the Jews in Belorussian Soviet Cinema, 1924-1936. In, Ewence, Hannah and Spurling, Helen (eds.) Vizualizing Jews Through the Ages: Literary and Material Representations of Jewishness and Judaism. New York, US, Routledge, 229-246. (Routledge Studies in Cultural History).

Leonard, Pauline (2004) Westerns, weddings and web-weavers: gender as genre in organizational theory. Gender, Work and Organization, 11, (1), 74-94. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2004.00221.x).

Lindgren, Torgny, Sigvardsdotter, Erika and Garrett, Bradley (2011) The tree (translated from the Swedish). Asymptote Journal

Marsh, Nicky (2007) In cite of the wall: democracy, poetry and the twenty-first century public (in special issue: The Fates and Futures of Feminism). Critical Matrix, 16, (1)

Marsh, Nicky (2012) Money’s doubles: reading, fiction, and finance capital. Textual Practice, 26, (1), 115-133. (doi:10.1080/0950236X.2012.638766).

Martín de León, Carmen and Garcia Hermoso, Cristina (2016) El Mundo de Custodio I: Fichas de lectura para los últimos cursos de Educación Primaria. In, El Mundo de Custodio I: Fichas de lectura para los últimos cursos de Educación Primaria. Madrid, Spain, Verbum Editorial, 1-9.

Martín de León, Carmen and Sanchez-Elsner, Tilman (2015) El papel higiénico y otros asuntos de suma importancia. El Mundo de Custodio, libro I, Verbum, 113pp.

May, William (2013) Modernism's handmaid: dexterity and the female pianist. Modernist Cultures, 8, (1), 42-60. (doi:10.3366/mod.2013.0050).

May, William (2013) 'Obscure and Doubtful': Stevie Smith, F.T. Prince and Legacy. In, Robinson, Peter (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary British and Irish Poetry. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 77-93.

May, William (2014) F.T. Prince. In, Parini, Jay (eds.) British Writers XX. New York, US, Scribner's, 207-222.

May, William (2014) Unrest and Silence: the faithless music of the contemporary British novel. In, Hertz, Erich and Roessner, Jeffrey (eds.) Write in Tune: Contemporary Music in Fiction. London, GB, Bloomsbury, 227-239.

May, William (2015) Drawing away from Lear: Stevie Smith's Deceitful Echo. In, Bevis, Matthew and Williams, James (eds.) Edward Lear and the Play of Poetry. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.

McAleer, John (2014) Objects of empire: museums, material culture, and histories of empire. In, Riello, Giorgio and Gerritson , Anna (eds.) Writing Material Culture History. London, GB, Bloomsbury, 249-255.

McCall, Ian (1994) Swann dans les bras de Morphée: A Freudian influence on Proust? Neophilologus, 78, (4), 529-536. (doi:10.1007/BF01003505).

McCall, Ian (1997) Proust's Lesbian 'oiseaux fatidiques'. Essays in French Literature, 34, 54-64.

McCall, Ian (1998) 'Je', 'il' and 'vous': Narrator, Protagonist and Narratee from 'Jean Santeuil' to 'A la recherche', Bern, CH, Peter Lang, 280pp.

McDonald, Gail (2002) Hypertext and the Teaching of Modernist Difficulty. Pedagogy, 2, (1), 17-30. (doi:10.1215/15314200-2-1-17).

Middleton, Peter (2005) Distant reading: performance, readership, and consumption in contemporary poetry, Tuscaloosa, USA, University of Alabama Press, 264pp.

Middleton, Peter (2010) Science and poetry. In, The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Princeton Meadows, US, Princeton University Press.

Middleton, Peter (2011) Fictions of global crisis. In, James, David (eds.) Legacies of Modernism: Historicising Postwar and Contemporary Fiction. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press.

Middleton, Peter (2012) Cutting and pasting: Language poetry and molecular biology. In, Science in Modern Poetry: New Directions. , Liverpool University Press.

Millette, Holly-Gale (2014) Strangeness and subversion at the Shaftesbury. The Victorian , 2, (3), 1-19.

Milne, Lorna and Orr, Mary (2011) Introduction. In, Milne, Lorna and Orr, Mary (eds.) Narratives of French Modernity: Themes, Forms and Metamorphoses. Bern, CH, Peter Lang , 1-38. (Modern French Identities, 62).

Morton, Stephen (2010) States of emergency and the apartheid legal order in South African fiction. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 46, (5), 491-503. (doi:10.1080/17449855.2010.517054).

Morton, Stephen (2011) Subalternity and aesthetic education in the thought of Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Parallax, 17, (3) (doi:10.1080/13534645.2011.584418).

Morton, Stephen (2012) States of emergency: colonialism, literature and law, Liverpool, GB, Liverpool University Press, 239pp. (Postcolonialism across the Disciplines, 11).

Neill, Alex (2003) Poetry. In, Levinson, Jerrold (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Aesthetics. New York, USA, Oxford University Press, 605-613.

Neill, Alex (2005) Tragedy. In, Borchert, Donald (eds.) Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2nd edition. Detroit, USA, Macmillan Reference USA.

O'Doherty, Marianne (2011) A peripheral matter? Oceans in the East in late-medieval thought, report, and cartography. Bulletin of International Medieval Research, 16, 14-59.

O'Doherty, Marianne (2011) Fra Mauro’s world map (c. 1448-1459): mapping, mediation and the Indian Ocean world in the early Renaissance. [in special issue: Indian Oceans] Wasafiri, 26, (2), 30-36. (doi:10.1080/02690055.2011.557542).

Orchard, Vivienne (2013) ‘The story takes place’: Claire Messud’s The Last Life and the cosmopolitan imaginary. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 49, 1-15. (doi:10.1093/fmls/cqt026).

Orr, Mary (2004) Death and the post mortem in Flaubert’s Works. In, Unwin, Timothy (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Flaubert. Cambridge, UK, New York, US, Cambridge University Press, 105-121. (Cambridge Companions to Literature).

Orr, Mary (2005) Postscript. In, Orr, Mary and Sharpe, Lesley (eds.) From Goethe to Gide: Feminism, Aesthetics and the French and German Literary Canon, 1770-1936. Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 199-204.

Orr, Mary (2005) Still life and moving death in Flaubert’s L’Éducation sentimentale. Dix-Neuf: Journal of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes, 5, 16-27.

Orr, Mary (2012) Cultural memory in question: Flaubert's "La Legende de saint Julien l'hospitalier" and the genres of collective memory. In, Harrow, Susan and Watt, Andrew (eds.) Mapping Memory in Nineteenth-Century French Literature and Culture. Amsterdam, NL, Rodopi, 259-275. (Faux Titre, 369).

Orr, Mary (2012) Reflections on a British 're-civilising' mission: Sarah (Bowdich) Lee's "Playing at Settlers, or the Faggot House". International Reserch in Children's Literature, 5, (2), 135-150. (doi:10.3366/ircl.2012.0059).

Orr, Mary (2015) The stuff of translation and independent female scientific authorship: the case of "Taxidermy..." anon. (1820). Journal of Literature and Science, 8, (1), 27-47. (doi:10.12929/jls.08.1.03).

Patrick , Donna and Budach, Gabriele (2012) "Chaque objet raconte une histoire" - Les pratiques de littératie chez des Inuit en milieu urbain. Cahiers de l’Acedle, 9, (2), 85-108.

Peter , Griffiths (2010) Editorial: Peer review - beyond the call of duty? International Journal of Nursing Studies (doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2009.12.013). (PMID:20096840).

Polley, Martin (2010) Andy Norman. In, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. , Oxford University Press.

Primorac, Ranka (2006) Burnt toast and manhood: gendered imaginings of the nation in 1990s popular fiction. [in special issue: Zimbabwe and the space of silence] The Round Table, 95, (384), 255-264. (doi:10.1080/00358530600619229).

Primorac, Ranka (2011) Dialogues across boundaries in two Southern African thrillers. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 46, (1), 157-172. (doi:10.1177/0021989410396043).

Primorac, Ranka (2014) At home in the world? Re-framing Zambia's literature in English. Journal of Southern African Studies, 40, (3), 575-591. (doi:10.1080/03057070.2014.909257).

Primorac, Ranka (2005) Blood on the sand: Yvonne Vera's butterfly burning and the Zimbabwean tradition. Wasafiri, 20, (46), 11-16. (doi:10.1080/02690050508589977).

Primorac, Ranka (2012) The soft things of life: detection and manhood in south-eastern Africa. The Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 49, (1), 100-110. (doi:10.1080/17449855.2012.743738).

Prince, F.T., May, William (ed.) (2015) In Keats country, London, GB, Perdika Press

Reiter, Andrea (1988) Der schwierige Blick zurück. Lebensberichte aus dem Umkreis des ‘Dichtersteins Offenhausen’ als Beispiel für nicht bewältigte Vergangenheit. Österreich in Geschichte und Literatur, 32, (3/4), 147-161.

Reiter, Andrea (1988) Die Sprache des Überlebens. Autobiographische Konzentrationslager-Texte. Salzburger Literaturzeitung, 51, 6-7.

Reiter, Andrea (1989) ‘Brot war eine feste Insel in dem Wassersuppenmeer...’: Literary imagination as a means of survival as reflected in concentration-camp reports. Forum for Modern Language Studies, XXV, (2), 123-138. (doi:10.1093/fmls/XXV.2.123).

Reiter, Andrea (1990) Die Lyrik des ‘Dichtersteins Offenhausen’. Zeitgeschichte, 18, (5/6), 155-171.

Reiter, Andrea (1991) Literature and survival. The relationship between fact and fiction in concentration-camp memoirs. Journal of European Studies, 21, (4), 259-279. (doi:10.1177/004724419102100402).

Reiter, Andrea, Cercignani, Fausto (eds.) (1995) Leiden an Österreich. Thomas Bernhard und Charles Sealsfield. Studia Austriaca, 3, 129-146.

Reiter, Andrea, Cesarani, David, Kushner, Tony and Lerman, Antony (eds.) (1995) Communicating the end - the end of communication? Patterns of Prejudice, 29, (4), 67-85. (doi:10.1080/0031322X.1995.9970169).

Reiter, Andrea, Lüdke, Martin and Schmidt, Delf (eds.) (1995) Ilse Aichinger: Ihre Sprache und sie. Rowohlt Literaturmagazin, 35, 162-175.

Reiter, Andrea (1996) Austrophobia and the art of exaggeration: Charles Sealsfield and Thomas Bernhard. Austrian Studies, VII, 166-177.

Reiter, Andrea, Reilly, Jo, Cesarani, David and Richmond, Colin (eds.) (1996) ‘Was mich entmenschlicht hat, ist Ware geworden, die ich feilhalte’: Concentration-camp Experience of Jean Améry and Fred Wander. Journal of Holocaust Education, 5, (1), 1-13.

Reiter, Andrea, Rossbacher, Brigitte (eds.) (1997) Reunification and Literature: Monika Maron from Die Überläuferin to Stille Zeile Sechs. GDR Bulletin, 24, 67-72.

Reiter, Andrea, Spies, Bernhard (eds.) (1998) Die Erfahrung des Holocausts und ihre sprachliche Bewältigung. Literatur für Leser, 21, (3), 275-286.

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