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Arnold, Dana (2002) Reading architectural history, London, UK, Routledge, 256pp.

Arnold, Dana (ed.) (2004) Cultural identities and the aesthetics of Britishness, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 224pp. (Studies in Imperialism Series).

Batchelor, J. and Kaplan, C. (eds.) (2005) Women's writing in Britain, 1660-1830, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan

Hartley, L. (2002) A dramatic art of everyday life: the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and a very ordinary aesthetic Journal of Victorian Culture, 7, pp. 173-195.

Hammond, Mike (2003) Laughter during wartime: the comedy and the language of trauma in British cinema regulation 1917 Screen, 44, (2), pp. 222-228.

Hartley, Lucy (2001) A science of beauty? Femininity, fitness and the nineteenth-century physiognomic tradition in mid-nineteenth century Britain Women: A Cultural Review, 12, (1), pp. 19-34. (doi:10.1080/09574040110034093).

Valman, Nadia (2003) "A fresh-made garment of citizenship" - representing Jewish identities in Victorian Britain 19th Century Studies, 17, pp. 35-45.

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

Smith, Adrian (2002) Cars, cricket, and Alf Smith: the place of works-based sports and social clubs in the life of mid-twentieth century Coventry International Journal of the History of Sport, 19, (1), pp. 137-150.

Smith, Adrian (2003) Humphrey Jennings’ Heart of Britain (1941): a reassessment Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 23, (2), pp. 133-151. (doi:10.1080/0143968032000091077).

Bagehot, Walter, Taylor, Miles (ed.) (2001) The English Constitution, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 254pp. (Oxford World's Classics).

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

McDermid, Jane (2003) What to do with our girls? The schooling of working-class girls in Scotland, 1872-1900 History of Education Researcher, 71, pp. 28-39.

McDermid, Jane (2004) Handmaiden to a patriarchal tradition? The schoolmistress in victorian Scotland Etudes Ecossaises, (9), pp. 43-57.

Taylor, M. and Wolff, Michael (eds.) (2004) The Victorians since 190: histories, representations and revisions, Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press, 320pp.

Adams, Simon, Archer, Ian W. and Bernard, G.W. (2003) A ‘journall’ of matters of state happened from time to time as well within and without the realme from and before the death of King EDW the 6th untill the yere 1562. Certayne brife notes of the controversy betwene the Dukes of Somerset and Duke of Nor[t]humberland Camden Fifth Series, 22, pp. 35-136. (doi:10.1017/S0960116303000125).

McDermid, Jane (2005) The schooling of working-class girls in Victorian Scotland: gender, education and identity, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 224pp. (Woburn Education Series).

Endelman, Todd and Kushner, Tony (eds.) (2002) Disraeli’s Jewishness, London, UK; Portland, USA, Vallentine Mitchell, 265pp. (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish studies).

Gray, P.H. (ed.) (2004) Victoria’s Ireland? Irishness and Britishness, 1837-1901, Dublin, Ireland, Four Courts Press, 192pp.

Cesarani, David (2001) The dynamics of diaspora: the transformation of British Jewish identity Jewish History and Culture, 4, (1), pp. 53-64.

Stoyle, Mark (2003) Memories of the maimed: the testimony of Charles I’s former soldiers, 1660-1730 History, 88, (290), pp. 204-226. (doi:10.1111/1468-229X.00259).

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.

Stoyle, M.J. (2003) Circled with stone: Exeter's city walls 1485-1660, Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 231pp.

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

Loach, J., Bernard, G.W. and Williams, Penry (eds.) (1999) Edward VI, New Haven, USA, Yale University Press

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.

Gammon, J.D. (2016) Narratives of sexual violence in England, 1640-1820, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press

Aspden, Suzanne (2001) Ariadne's Clew: politics, allegory, and opera in London (1734) The Musical Quarterly, 85, (4), pp. 735-770. (doi:10.1093/mq/85.4.735).

Polley, Martin (ed.) (2004) The History of Sport in Britain, 1880-1914, London, UK; New York, USA, Routledge, 2218pp. (Major Works).

Polley, Martin (2004) Sport and national identity in contemporary England In, Porter, Dilwyn and Smith, Adrian (eds.) Sport and National Identity in the Post-War World. London, UK, Routledge pp. 10-30.

Hayward, M. (2002) The 1542 inventory of the palace of Westminster History Today, 52, (11), pp. 7-8.

Matthews David, A. (2002) Elegant Amazons: Victorian riding habits and the fashionable horsewoman Victorian Literature and Culture, 30, (1), pp. 179-210. (doi:10.1017/S1060150302301098).

Perry, L.A. (2002) Forefathers: the National Portrait Gallery in London At Universities Art Association of Canada Annual Conference. 31 Oct - 01 Nov 2002.

Richardson, A. (2002) An aesthetics of performance: dance in Hogarth's Analysis of Beauty Dance Research, 20, (2), pp. 38-87.

Perry, L.A. (2004) Nationalizing Watts: the Hall of Fame and the National Portrait Gallery In, Trodd, C. and Brown, S. (eds.) Representations of G. F. Watts: Art Making in Victorian Culture. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate Publishing Ltd. pp. 121-131.

Richardson, A.E. and Kennedy, A. (2002) Blotting and blurring one against the other: Reynolds, Gainsborough and narratives of the artist Oxford Art Journal, 25, (1), pp. 106-118.

Richardson, A.E. (2001) Framing ones's own fortune: Hogarth's Analysis of Beauty and country dance in comic drama At On Common Ground 3: John Playford and the English dancing master 1651. , pp. 51-58.

Richardson, A.E. (2003) From the moral mound to the material maze: Hogarth's Analysis of Beauty In, Berg, M. and Eger, E. (eds.) Luxury in the Eighteenth Century. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. pp. 119-134.

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.

Hayward, M.A. (2004) The 1542 Inventory of Whitehall: the palace and its keeper [volumes 1 & 2], London, UK, Illuminata Publishers for The Society of Antiquaries of London, 654pp.

Hayward, M.A. (2001) Seat furniture at the court of Henry VIII: a study of the evidence In, Gill, K. and Eastop, D.D.M. (eds.) Upholstery conservation: principles and practice. Butterworth-Heinemann pp. 115-132.

Hayward, M.A., Mitchell, D., Parker, K. and Gaimster, D. (2002) Tudor silver-gilt dress-hooks: a new class of treasure find in England The Antiquaries Journal, 82, (there is no iss), pp. 157-196.

Burman, B. (2003) Review of Palmer, A. 'Couture and commerce: the transatlantic trade in the 1950s' Textile History, 34, (2), pp. 241-242. (doi:10.1179/004049603235001733).

Hayward, M.A. (2003) Reflections on gender and status distinctions: an analysis of the liturgical textiles recorded in mid-sixteenth century London In, Burman, B. and Turbin, C. (eds.) Material strategies: dress and gender in historical perspective. Oxford, UK, Blackwell Publishing pp. 33-35.

Miller, L. (2003) Review of M. Snodin and J. Styles, 'Design and the decorative arts: Britain 1500-1900', London: V&A publications, 2001 Economic History Review, 56, (4), 788 -811. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0289.2003.00270.x).

Richardson, A.E. (2003) Triumphs of temper and beauty: portraits of Emma Hamilton At Women's Writing in Britain, 1660 - 1830. 15 - 17 Jul 2003.

Rogerson, C.E., (2003) King in all but name? The conservation of a majesty scutcheon looted from Oliver Cromwell's funeral Vuori, J. (ed.) In Tales in the Textile: The Conservation of Flags and Other Symbolic Textiles (Preprints of the North American Textile Conservation Conference, 2003). Albany., pp. 192-193.

Taylor, B. and Newton, S. (2003) Painting, sculpture and the spiritual dimension: the Kingston and Winchester Papers, London, UK, Oneiros Books, 248pp.

Brooks, M.M. (2003) Working a pattern: embroidery and the creation of the feminine in late 17th century English embroideries At Women's Writing in Britain 1660-1830. 15 - 17 Jul 2003.

Hayward, M. (2003) Throne canopies and cloths of estate in the palaces of Henry VIII At Furniture History Society Annual Symposium: Throne Canopies. 15 Feb 2003.

Matthews David, A. (2003) Penelope Web and Angelica Kauffman's craft At Women's Writing in Britain 1660-1830. 15 - 17 Jul 2003.

Perry, L.A. (2003) Not just a pretty face: 'authenticity' and the imaginative portraits of Jane Austen, 1800 - 2002 At Women's Writing in Britain 1660 - 1830. 15 - 17 Jul 2003.

Brooks, M.M. (2003) Seventeenth century English embroideries in the Ashmolean Museum: makers and collectors At Winchester School of Art seminar series. 01 Mar 2003.

Hayward, M. (2003) Dress at the court of Henry VIII At Management Committee Meeting of the AHRB Research Centre. 19 May 2003.

Matthews David, A. (2004) Victorian undergarments At talk given at the Godalming Arts Society. 16 Mar 2004.

Hayward, M. and Carter, A. (2004) Fashion, dress and manners At lecture series for the Winchester Cathedral celebration of the 450th anniversary of the marriage of Mary I to Philip of Spain. 11 Mar 2004.

Hayward, M.A. (2004) A symbol of transition?: The role of the dress in defining the stages of boyhood for the sons of Henry VIII At Clothing for Children; the Medieval Dress and Textile Society. 22 May 2004.

Burman, B.L. and White, J. (2004) Pockets of history and the practices of everyday life in eighteenth-century Britain At Women and Material Culture 1660-1830, Chawlton House Library and University of Southampton. 14 - 15 Jul 2004.

Burman, B.L. and Miller, L.E. (2004) Setting the scene: plenary session (introduction to conference) At Textile Cultures: Spain and England since 1500. Centre for the History of Textile and Dress and the Textile Conservation Centre. 22 - 23 Jul 2004.

Hayward, M.A. (2004) Spanish Princess of Queen of England?: The image and identity of Catherine of Aragon At Textile Cultures: Spain and England since 1500. Centre for the History of Textiles and Dress and the Conservation Centre. 22 - 23 Jul 2004.

Miller, L.E. (2005) Dress to impress: Prince Charles plays Madrid, 1623 At Textile Cultures: Spain and England since 1500. Centre for the History of Textiles and Dress and the Textile Conservation Centre. 22 - 23 Jul 2004. 23 pp, pp. 27-49.

Wyeth, P. and Garside, P. (2004) Assessing the physical state of the fore-topsail of HMS Victory At Scientific analysis of ancient and historic textiles: informing preservation, display and interpretation. AHRB Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, First Annual Conference. 13 - 15 Jul 2004.

Hayward, M.A. (2004) Transporting royal treasures: a case study from the court of Henry VIII At Managing Treasure and Hoards. 30 Oct 2004.

Hayward, M.A. (2004) Signs of a spiritual life? An analysis of the possessions and houses of the Black, White, Grey and Austin Friars in mid-sixteenth century England At Domestic and Institutional Interiors in Early Modern Europe. 19 Nov 2004.

Brooks, M.M. (2003) 'Curious works': English 16th and 17th century embroideries at the Ashmolean The Ashmolean, 45, pp. 8-10.

Perry, L.A. (2002) Review of Wallinger, M. 'British Pavilion: The 49th Venice Biennale' Visual Culture in Britain, 3, (1), pp. 117-121.

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

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).

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 pp. 17-22. (Contributions to IIC Congress Series).

Johnson, Matthew H. (2002) Behind the castle gate: from Medieval to Renaissance, London, UK, Routledge, 228pp.

Hammond, Michael (2006) The big show: British cinema culture in the Great War (1914-1918), Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 315pp. (Exeter Studies in Film History).

Erben, Michael (1996) A Preliminary Prosopography of the Victorian Street Auto/biography, 4, (2/3), pp. 53-68.

McCormick, B. (1984) Housing and unemployment in the UK In, Greenhalgh, C.A., Layard, P.R.G. and Oswald, A.J. (eds.) The Causes of Unemployment. UK, Oxford University Press pp. 283-305.

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)

Bridgen, Paul (2000) The one nation idea and state welfare: the Conservatives and pensions in the 1950s Contemporary British History, 14, (3), pp. 83-104. (doi:10.1080/13619460008581595).

Harris, Bernard (2003) Medicine: hospital provision In, Loades, David (eds.) Reader's Guide to British History. London, UK, Fitzroy-Dearborn pp. 874-875.

Harris, Bernard (2000) Seebohm Rowntree and the measurement of poverty, 1899-1951 In, Bradshaw, Jonathan and Sainsbury, Roy (eds.) Getting the Measure of Poverty: The Early Legacy of Seebohm Rowntree. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate pp. 60-84. (Studies in Cash & Care).

Harris, Bernard (1999) Pro-alienism, anti-alienism and the medical profession in late-Victorian and Edwardian Britain In, Harris, Bernard (eds.) Race, Science and Medicine, 1700-1960. Abingdon, UK, Routledge pp. 189-217. (Studies in the Social History of Medicine).

Harris, Bernard (1997) Anti-alienism, health and social reform in late-Victorian and Edwardian Britain Patterns of Prejudice, 31, (4), pp. 3-34.

Harris, Bernard (1995) Responding to adversity: government-charity relations and the relief of unemployment in interwar Britain Contemporary Record, 9, (3), pp. 529-561.

Mills, D., Edgar, M. and Hinde, A. (1996) Southern historians and their exploitation of Victorian censuses Southern History, 18, pp. 61-86.

Hinde, P.R.A. (1997) Out-migration from the villages of southern England in the nineteenth century Revista Española de Biología Antropología, 18, pp. 103-115.

Edgar, M. and Hinde, A. (1999) The stone workers of Purbeck Rural History, 10, (1), pp. 75-90.

Newton, K. and Morris, D. (1970) Profile of a local political elite: businessmen as community decision-makers in Birmingham, 1838-1966’ New Atlantis, 2, pp. 111-124.

Harris, Bernard (2004) Eichholz, Alfred (1869-1933) In, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press (doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/63806).

Harris, Bernard J. (2003) Educational reform, citizenship and the origins of the school medical service In, Gijswit-Hofstra, Marijke and Marland, Hilary (eds.) Cultures of Child Health in Britain and The Netherlands in the Twentieth Century. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Rodopi pp. 85-102. (Clio Medica/The Wellcome Series in the History of Medicine, 71).

Harris, Bernard (1998) Gender, height and mortality in England and Wales in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries In, Komlos, John and Baten, Jörg (eds.) The Biological Standard of Living in Comparative Perspective: Contributions to the Conference held in Munich, January 18–22, 1997, for the XIIth Congress of the International Economic History Association. Stuttgart, Germany, Franz Steiner pp. 413-48.

Harris, Bernard (1994) The height of schoolchildren in Britain 1900-50 In, Komlos, John (eds.) Stature, Living Standards and Economic Development: Essays in Anthropometric History. Chicago, USA, University of Chicago Press pp. 25-38.

Halford, Susan and Fielding, Tony (2000) A longitudinal and regional analysis of gender-specific social and spatial mobilities in England and Wales 1981-91 In, Boyle, Paul and Halfacree, Keith (eds.) Migration and Gender in the Developed World. London, UK, Routledge pp. 30-54. (Routledge Research in Population and Migration).

Lowdell, Caroline, Evandrou, Maria, Bardsley, Martin, Morgan, David and Soljak, Michael (2000) Health of ethnic minority elders in London: respecting diversity The Health of Londoners Project, Public Health Directorate 53pp. , London, UK

Harris, Bernard (2006) Welfare since 1945: rewriting the history of Britain's welfare state Twentieth Century British History, 17, (1), pp. 103-109. (doi:10.1093/tcbh/hwi050).

Gorsky, Martin and Mohan, John (2001) London’s voluntary hospitals in the interwar period: growth, transformation or crisis? Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 30, (2), pp. 247-275.

Gorsky, M., Mohan, J. and Willis, T. (2005) Hospital contributory schemes and the NHS debates 1937-46: the rejection of social insurance in the British welfare state? Twentieth Century British History, 16, (2), pp. 170-192. (doi:10.1093/tweceb/hwi025).

Mackay, Viv (2004) The 1945 Manchester Waterproof Clothing Workers’ Strike: achieving success without traditional trade union support North West Labour History Journal, (29), pp. 26-29.

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 pp. 57-92.

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.

Arnold, Dana (2004) Introduction In, Arnold, Dana (eds.) Cultural Identities and the Aesthetics of Britishness. Manchester, UK, New York, USA, Manchester University Press, Palgrave pp. 1-14.

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

Stoyle, Mark (2004) Remembering the English civil war In, Gray, Peter and Oliver, Kendrick (eds.) The Memory of Catastrophe. Manchester, UK, Manchester University Press pp. 19-30.

Talbot, Ian (2004) Violence, migration and resettlement: the case of Amritsar In, Talbot, Ian and Thandi, Shinder (eds.) People on the Move: Punjabi Colonial and Post-Colonial Migration. Oxford, UK, Karachi, Pakistan, Oxford University Press pp. 78-95.

Woolgar, Christopher (2001) Fast and feast: conspicuous consumption and the diet of the nobility in the fifteenth century In, Hicks, Michael (eds.) Revolution and Consumption in Late Medieval England. Woodbridge, UK, Rochester, USA, Boydell Press pp. 7-25.

Hayward, Maria (2007) Dress at the Court of King Henry VIII, Leeds, UK, Maney, 488pp.

Hayward, M.A. (2005) Gift giving at the court of Henry VIII: the 1539 New Year's gift roll in context The Antiquaries Journal, 85, pp. 125-175.

Hayward, M.A. (2005) Symbols of majesty: cloths of estate at the court of Henry VIII Furniture History, 41, pp. 1-11.

Eagan, J. and Hayward, M.A., (2005) A textile binding once in the library of Henry VIII: technical examination and conservation Fellows-Jensen, G. and Springborg, P. (eds.) In Care and Conservation of Manuscripts: Proceedings of the Eighth International Seminar held at the University of Copenhagen 16-17 October 2003. Museum Tusculanum Press. 300 pp, pp. 123-139.

Hayward, M A (2007) Robert Acton In, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, Oxford University Press

Eastop, Dinah (2006) Outside in: making sense of the deliberate concealment of garments within buildings Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, 4, (3), pp. 238-255. (doi:10.2752/147597506778691549).

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.

Müller, G. and Kauppert, K. (2002) Old water mills: Britains new source of energy? Proceedings of the ICE - Civil Engineering, 150, (4), pp. 178-186. (doi:10.1680/cien.

Rogerson, Cordelia, Hayward, Maria and Kramer, Elizabeth (eds.) (2007) Understanding the full story: acknowledging intimate interactions of textiles and text as both help and hindrance for preservation, London, UK, Archetype Publications (3rd Annual Conference of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies).

Hayward, M A (2006) John Skut In, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, Oxford University Press

McNabb, John, Jacobi, Roger and Collcutt, Simon (2006) Chapter 2: the Palaeolithic In, Cooper, Nicholas (eds.) The Archaeology of the East Midlands. An Archaeological Resource Assessment and Research Agenda. UK, University of Leicester Archaeological Services, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester pp. 11-43. (Leicester Archaeological Monographs, 13).

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), pp. 1-25. (doi:10.1093/tcbh/hwi062).

McDermid, Jane (2006) Gender, national identity and the Royal (Argyll) Commission of Inquiry into Scottish education (1864-1867) Journal of Educational Administration and History, 38, (3), pp. 249-262. (doi:10.1080/00220620600984198).

Smith, Adrian (2006) City of Coventry, London, UK, I.B. Tauris, 256pp.

Smith, Adrian (2006) A vision unfulfilled: Southampton’s ambitions for the world’s first sea aerodrome In, Taylor, Myles (eds.) Southampton, Gateway to Empire. London, UK, I.B. Tauris

Woolgar, C. M. (2006) The Senses in Late Medieval England, New Haven, USA, Yale University Press, 384pp.

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), pp. 1193-1200. (doi:10.1002/jrs.1609).

Polley, Martin (2006) The amateur ideal and British sports diplomacy, 1900-1945 Sport in History, 26, (3), pp. 450-467.

Polley, Martin Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2007) Christopher Brasher Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Polley, Martin (2006) Sports history: a practical guide, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 208pp.

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), pp. 1251-1288. (doi:10.1093/ehr/cei331).

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), pp. 37-60.

Conlin, Jonathan (2006) The nation's mantelpiece: the history of the National Gallery, London, UK, Pallas Athene, 576pp.

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).

King, Andy (2003) 'They have the Hertes of the People by North': Northumberland, the Percies and Henry IV, 1399-1408 In, Dodd, Gwilym and Biggs, Douglas (eds.) Henry IV: The Establishment of the Regime, 1399-1406. Woodbridge, UK, York Medieval Press in association with Boydell Press pp. 139-159.

King, A. (2002) ‘According to the custom used in French and Scottish wars’: prisoners and casualties on the Scottish Marches in the fourteenth century Journal of Medieval History, 28, (3), pp. 263-290. (doi:10.1016/S0048-721X(02)00057-X).

King, Andy, (2003) Bandits, robbers and schavaldours: war and disorder in Northumberland in the reign of Edward II Prestwich, Michael, Britnell, Richard and Frame, Robin (eds.) In Thirteenth Century England IX. Proceedings of the Durham Conference, 2001. Boydell Press., pp. 116-129.

King, Andy (2005) Scaling the ladder: the rise and rise of the Grays of Heaton, c.1296-c.1415 In, Liddy, Christian D. and Britnell, Richard H. (eds.) North-East England in the Later Middle Ages. Woodbridge, UK; Rochester, USA, Boydell & Brewer pp. 57-73. (Regions and Regionalism in History, 3).

King, Andy (2002) 'Pur Salvation du Roiaume': military service and obligation in fourteenth-century Northumberland In, Given-Wilson, Chris (eds.) Fourteenth Century England II. Woodbridge, Boydell & Brewer pp. 13-32. (Fourteenth Century England, II).

King, Andy (2000) A helm with a crest of gold: the Order of Chivalry in Thomas Gray's Scalacronica In, Saul, Nigel (eds.) Fourteenth Century England I. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer pp. 21-36. (Fourteenth Century England, I).

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.

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.

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.

Halliwell, William Arthur Clare (1999) Lord Wellesley's confrontation with the Maratha 'Empire' University of Southampton, Faculty of Arts, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 274pp.

Kelly, Matthew (2005) The politics of Protestant street preaching in 1890s Ireland Historical Journal, 48, (1), pp. 101-125. (doi:10.1017/S0018246X04004236).

Kelly, Matthew and McConnel, James (2006) Devolution, federalism and imperial circuitry: Ireland, South Africa and India In, Tanner, Duncan, Williams, Chris, Griffith, Wil and Edwards, Andrew (eds.) Debating nationhood and government in Britain, 1885–1945. Perspectives from the 'four nations'. Manchester, Manchester University Press pp. 171-191. (Devolution Series).

Kelly, Matthew (2002) 'Parnell's Old Brigade': the Redmondite-Fenian nexus in the 1890s Irish Historical Studies, XXXIII, (130), pp. 209-232.

Golding, Brian (2006) Trans-border transactions: patterns of patronage in Anglo-Norman Wales In, Morillo, Stephen and Korngiebel, Diane (eds.) Haskins Society Journal 16. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer pp. 27-46.

Gorsky, Martin, Harris, Bernard and Hinde, Andrew (2006) Age, sickness and longevity in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: evidence from the Hampshire Friendly Society Social Science History, 30, (4), pp. 571-600. (doi:10.1215/01455532-2006-010).

Newman, J.F. (1998) Nearly the new world: refugees and the British west Indies, 1933-1945 University of Southampton, History Department, Doctoral Thesis , 282pp.

Probert, William Bernard Charles (1999) The humanitarian, technical and political response to shipwreck in the first half of the nineteenth century: the 1836 Inquiry and its aftermath University of Southampton, Department of History, Doctoral Thesis , 313pp.

Revell, Louise (2007) Architecture, power and politics: the Forum-Basilica in Roman Britain In, Sofaer, Joanna (eds.) Material Identities. Oxford, UK, Blackwells pp. 127-151. (New Interventions in Art History).

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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 pp. 35-51.

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Kushner, Antony and Ewence, Hannah (eds.) (2012) Whatever happened to British Jewish studies?, London, GB, Vallentine Mitchell, 416pp. (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish Studies).

Kushner, Tony (2012) The battle of Britishness: migrant journeys 1685 to the present, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 320pp.

Kushner, Tony (2012) Wandering lonely Jews in the English countryside In, Kushner, Tony and Ewence, Hannah (eds.) Whatever Happened to British Jewish Studies? London, GB, Vallentine Mitchell pp. 231-258. (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish Studies).

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

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), pp. 305-329. (doi:10.1093/tcbh/hwr014).

Colpus, Eve (2010) Preaching religion, family and memory in nineteenth-century England Gender & History, 22, (1), pp. 38-54. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0424.2009.01577.x).

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

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

McAleer, John (2011) ‘Stargazers at the world's end’: telescopes, observatories and ‘views’ of empire in the nineteenth-century British Empire British Journal for the History of Science, 46, (3), pp. 389-413. (doi:10.1017/S0007087411000616).

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), pp. 33-51.

McAleer, John (2012) The case of Thomas Baines, curator-explorer extraordinaire, and the display of Africa in nineteenth-century Norfolk In, Longair, Sarah and McAleer, John (eds.) Curating Empire: Museums and the British Imperial Experience. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press pp. 17-36. (Studies in Imperialism).

Prior, Christopher (2013) Exporting empire: Africa, colonial officials and the construction of the British imperial state, c.1900?39, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 240pp. (Studies in Imperialism Series).

Prior, Christopher (2013) "A brotherhood of Britons?”: public schooling, esprit de corps and colonial officials in Africa, c.1900-39 History, 98, (330), pp. 174-190. (doi:10.1111/1468-229X.12007).

Prior, Christopher (2010) Empire before Labour: The "Scramble for Africa" and the media, 1880-99 In, Frank, Billy, Horner, Craig and Stewart, David (eds.) The British Labour Movement and Imperialism. Newcastle upon Tyne, GB, Cambridge Scholars pp. 23-40.

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Lambert, Craig and Ayton, Andrew (2012) The English mariner in the fourteenth century In, Ormrod, Mark (eds.) Fourteenth Century England VII. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer pp. 153-176. (Fourteenth Century England).

McAleer, John (2010) Representing Africa: landscape, exploration and empire in Southern Africa, 1780–1870, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 272pp. (Studies in Imperialism).

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

Longair, Sarah and McAleer, John (eds.) (2012) Curating empire: museums and the British imperial experience, Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 256pp. (Studies in Imperialism).

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.

Sloan, Barry (1986) The wages of paramilitary sin: a comment on two recent novels by Northern Irish writers The Honest Ulsterman, 80, Spring Issue, pp. 21-31.

Sloan, Barry (1984) Mrs Hall's Ireland Éire Ireland, XIX, (3), Autumn Issue, pp. 18-30.

Bending, Stephen (2013) Green Retreats. Women, gardens and eighteenth-century culture, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 319pp.

Cohen, Lawrence (2010) A study in institutionalism – the Jewish children's orphanage at Norwood University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 415pp.

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.

McAleer, John and Longair, Sarah (2013) Museums, collections and the shifting interpretations of empire Museum History Journal, 6, (1)

McAleer, John (2013) “That infamous commerce in human blood”: reflections on representing slavery and empire in British museums Museum History Journal, 6, (1), pp. 74-89.

McAleer, John (2008) The production and publication of Captain Henry Butler's South African Sketches (1841) Studies in Travel Writing, 12, (2), pp. 111-136. (doi:10.3197/136451408X329734).

McAleer, John (2008) ‘The slavery question in Eastern Africa’: representations of Indian Ocean slavery and its suppression in nineteenth?century Britain from the collection of the National Maritime Museum Journal for Maritime Research, 10, (1), pp. 23-49. (doi:10.1080/21533369.2008.9668363).

McAleer, John (2014) Displaying its wares: material culture, the East India Company and British encounters with India in the long eighteenth century In, Davies, Simon, Roberts, Daniel Sanjiv and Espinosa, Gabriel Sánchez (eds.) India and Europe in the Global Eighteenth Century. Oxford, GB, Voltaire Foundation pp. 199-221. (SVEC, 2014:01).

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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).

Jowitt, Claire (2010) Queen Elizabeth's pirates: why England needed the rougues of the high sea BBC History Magazine, (7)

Curry, Anne, Bell, Adrian, King, Andy and Simpkin, David (2013) The soldier in later Medieval England, Oxford University Press, 336pp.

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Quartermaine, Jamie and Leech, Roger H. (2012) Cairns, fields and cultivation: archaeological landscapes of the Lake District uplands, Lancaster, GB, Oxford Archaeology, 396pp. (Lancaster Imprints, 10).

Leech, Roger and Gregory, Richard (2012) Cockermouth, Cumbria archaeological investigation of three burgage plots in Main Street, Kendal, GB, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 80pp. (Cumbria Archaeological Research Reports, 3).

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Saunders, Clare, Grasso, Maria and Price, Stephan (2013) From issue attention cycle to consensus: British newspaper coverage of climate change (1997-2009) Climatic Change

King, Andy (2012) A good chance for the Scots? The recruitment of English armies for Scotland and the marches, 1337-47 In, King, Andy and Simpkin, David (eds.) England and Scotland at War, c.1296-c.1513. Leiden, NL, Brill pp. 119-156. (History of War, 78).

King, Andy (2012) The Anglo-Scottish marches and the perception of “the North” in fifteenth-century England Northern History, 49, (1), pp. 37-50. (doi:10.1179/174587012X13230354351582).

Conlin, Jonathan (2014) Big city, bright lights? Night spaces in Paris and London, 1660-1820 In, Capdeville, Valerie and Francalanza, Eric (eds.) La sociabilité en France et en Grande-Bretagne au Siècle des Lumières: Modèles et espaces de sociabilité. Paris, FR, Editions Le Manuscrit pp. 101-138. (Transversales, 3).

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.

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 pp. 129-146. (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies).

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

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Foard, Glenn and Curry, Anne (2013) Bosworth 1485. A battlefield rediscovered, Oxford, GB, Oxbow books, 264pp.

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).

Galliver, Peter William (1987) The Portsmouth Dockyard workforce 1880-1914 University of Southampton, Faculty of Arts, Masters Thesis , 339pp.

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.

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).

Clarke, Peter D. (2015) Canon law In, The Routledge History of Medieval Christianity. Abingdon, GB, Routledge pp. 77-89.

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.

Gale, Michael (2014) Learning the lute in early modern England, c.1550 - c.1640 University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 285pp.

Strasdin, Kate (2014) Fashioning Alexandra: a sartorial biography of Queen Alexandra 1844-1925 University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 465pp.

Fielder, Karen (2012) 'X' marks the spot: the history and historiography of Coleshill House, Berkshire University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 328pp.

Stoyle, Mark (2014) Water in the city: the aqueducts and underground passages of Exeter, Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 320pp.

Stoyle, Mark (2003) Circled with stone: Exeter's city walls, 1485-1660, Exeter, GB, University of Exeter Press, 280pp.

Woolgar, C.M. (2003) 'Take this penance now, and afterwards the fare will improve': seafood and late medieval diet In, Starkey, D.J., Reid, C. and Ashcroft, N. (eds.) England's Sea Fisheries: The Commercial Sea Fisheries of England and Wales since 1300. Chatham Publishing (Gerald Duckworth and Co Ltd) pp. 36-44.

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Stoyle, Mark (2011) Witchcraft in Exeter: the case of the widow Stone, 1619-20 Devon & Cornwall Notes & Queries, 40, (9), pp. 259-262.

Stoyle, Mark (1999) The dissidence of despair: rebellion and identity in early modern Cornwall Journal of British Studies, 38, (4), pp. 423-444. (doi:10.1086/386202).

Stoyle, Mark (1998) The last refuge of a scoundrel: Sir Richard Grenville and Cornish Particularism, 1644-46 Historical Research, 71, (174), pp. 31-51. (doi:10.1111/1468-2281.00052).

Stoyle, Mark (1997) Cornish rebellions, 1497-1648 History Today, 47, (5), pp. 22-28.

Stoyle, Mark (2000) English 'nationalism', Celtic particularism and the English Civil War The Historical Journal, 43, (4), pp. 1113-1128.

McAleer, John and Huzzey, Richard (2015) History, memory, and Britain’s commemoration of Atlantic slave-trade suppression In, Burroughs, Richard and Huzzey, Richard (eds.) The Suppression of the Atlantic Slave Trade: British Policies, Practices and Representations of Naval Coercion. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press pp. 166-188.

Williams, Sian (2014) The Royal Navy in the Caribbean, 1756-1815 University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 299pp.

Holdorph, Anne Louise (2014) The real meaning of our work: religion in Jewish boys’ and girls’ clubs 1880-1939 University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 260pp.

Stoyle, Mark (2015) Witchcraft in Exeter: the cases of John and Elizabeth Crosse Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 41, (7)

Conlin, Jonathan and Bremner, Alex (eds.) (2015) Making history: Edward Augustus Freeman and Victorian cultural politics, Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 300pp. (Proceedings of the British Academy, 202).

Conlin, Jonathan (2015) The consolations of Amero-Teutonism: E. A. Freeman's tour of the United States, 1881-2 In, Bremner, G.A. and Conlin, J. (eds.) Making History: Edward Augustus Freeman and Victorian Cultural Politics. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press pp. 101-118. (Proceedings of the British Academy, 202).

Conlin, Jonathan and Bremner, Alex (2015) 1066 and all that: E. A. Freeman and the importance of being memorable In, Bremner, G.A. and Conlin, Jonathan (eds.) Making History: Edward Augustus Freeman and Victorian Cultural Politics. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press pp. 3-28. (Proceedings of the British Academy, 202).

MacLean, James (2015) 'Magna Carta: redundant relic or national treasure?' At Redlynch Historical Society, United Kingdom.

Conlin, Jonathan (2016) Adam Smith, London, GB, Reaktion, 224pp. (Critical Lives).

King, Andy (2016) The death of Edward II revisited In, Bothwell, James and Dodd, Gwilym (eds.) Fourteenth Century England IX. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell Press pp. 2-21.

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