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Barraclough, E.R (2019) 'The great Viking fake-off: the cultural legacy of Norse voyages to North America.' In: Birkett, T and Dale, R, eds. The Vikings reimagined: reception, recovery, engagement. De Gruyter/Medieval Institute Publications, Boston, MA, pp. 250-266. ISBN 9781501518157

Berry, C (2019) '‘Go to hyr neybors wher she dwelte before’: reputation and mobility at the London Consistory Court in the early sixteenth century.' In: New, E.A and Steer, C, eds. Medieval Londoners: essays to mark the eightieth birthday of Caroline M. Barron. University of London Press, London, pp. 95-116. ISBN 9781912702152

Berry, C (2019) 'Locating marginality in the city: the extramural neighbourhoods of fifteenth-century London.' In: Clark, P and Menjot, D, eds. Subaltern city?: alternative and peripheral urban spaces in the pre-modern period (13th-18th centuries). Brepols, Turnhout, pp. 113-136. ISBN 9782503583310

Binckes, F (2019) '"A kind of minute note-book, to be published some day": Katherine Mansfield in the 'Adelphi', 1923-1924.' In: Binckes, F and Snyder, C, eds. Women, periodicals and print culture in Britain, 1890s-1920s: the modernist period. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474450645

Binckes, F and Laing, K (2019) Hannah Lynch (1859-1904): Irish writer, cosmopolitan, New Woman. Cork University Press, Cork. ISBN 9781782053330

Borodale, S (2019) 'Towards a poetics of field theatre: situated acts of poem-making in the work of Ted Hughes.' New Writing, 16 (3). pp. 265-280. ISSN 1943-3107

Bower, G.J (2019) 'Living without.' In: Gallix, A, ed. We'll never have Paris. Repeater, London, UK, pp. 150-152. ISBN 9781912248384 Please click the title to check availability.

Brain, T (2019) Fiction published under a pseudonym. Harper Collins, London.

Brain, T (2019) 'Sylvia Plath and you.' In: Brain, T, ed. Sylvia Plath in context. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 84-93. ISBN 9781108470131

Brayfield, C (2019) Rebel writers: the accidental feminists. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781448217496


Camp, J.S (2019) Restoration Bath and the marketable medical spa waters, c.1660-1705. PhD thesis, Bath Spa University.

Cannon, J and Filer, N (2019) Joanna Cannon and Nathan Filer: breaking and mending. In: Durham Book Festival, 13 October 2019, Gala Theatre, Durham, UK.

Casale, A (2019) 'Contemporary YA.' Writing Magazine, Spring. ISSN 0964-9166

Christopher, L and Suvorova, A (2019) Shadow. Lantana, London. ISBN 9781911373834

Clark, S (2019) Otis & Eunice.

Coast, D (2019) 'Speaking for the people in early modern England.' Past and Present, 244 (1). pp. 51-88. ISSN 0031-2746

Cologne-Brookes, G (2019) 'Try to make it real: a Bruce on Broadway tale.' Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, 21 (1). pp. 57-69. ISSN 1524-8429

Cush, D (2019) Contemporary Paganism in the UK [online essay]. Discovering Sacred Texts, British Library.

Cush, D (2019) 'Religion and worldviews in education.' In: Simon, C.A and Ward, S, eds. A student's guide to education studies. 4th ed. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 107-117. ISBN 9780367276690

Cush, D (2019) 'Schools Council Working Paper 36, several books by Ninian Smart, and the 2019 Golden Anniversary of non-confessional, multi-faith RE.' British Journal of Religious Education, 41 (3). pp. 367-369. ISSN 0141-6200


Deegalle, M (2019) 'Kūragala: religious and ethnic communities in a contested sacred heritage site in Sri Lanka.' In: Coningham, R and Lewer, N, eds. Archaeology, cultural heritage protection and community engagement in South Asia. Palgrave Pivot, Singapore, pp. 45-58. ISBN 9789811362361

Dunn, L (2019) The lost children [essay]. Aeon, Jan.


Filer, N (2019) The Big Anxiety Prize Lecture. In: The Big Anxiety Festival, 23 October 2019, Sydney Town Hall, Sydney, Australia.

Filer, N (2019) Empathy and creativity. In: Anxiety, Culture and the Future Conference, 18 October 2019, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

Filer, N (2019) Explaining the extraordinary. In: The Bath Festival, 17 - 26 May 2019, Masonic Hall, Bath, UK.

Filer, N (2019) The Heartland. In: Author Talks Series, 21 November 2019, Red Lion Books, Colchester, UK.

Filer, N (2019) The Heartland: Nathan Filer in conversation with Cathy Rentzenbrink. In: Literary Event Series, 6 June 2019, Foyles Charing Cross, London, UK.

Filer, N (2019) The Heartland: finding and losing schizophrenia. In: Bristol Festival of Ideas, 19 June 2019, Waterstones, Bristol, UK.

Filer, N (2019) The Heartland: finding and losing schizophrenia. In: Marlborough Literature Festival, 28 September 2019, Marlborough Town Hall, Marlborough, UK.

Filer, N (2019) The Heartland: finding and losing schizophrenia. In: Borderlines Carlisle Book Festival, 5 October 2019, Crown and Mitre Hotel, Carlisle, UK.

Filer, N (2019) The Heartland: finding and losing schizophrenia. In: Wigtown Book Festival, 6 October 2019, Wigtown, UK.

Filer, N (2019) Life with schizophrenia. In: Cheltenham Festival of Literature, 12 October 2019, Cheltenham Town Hall, Cheltenham, UK.

Filer, N (2019) Nathan Filer in conversation with Professor Anthony David. In: UCL Institute of Mental Health Launch, 16 July 2019, University College London, UK.

Filer, N (2019) Nathan Filer talks to Bryony Gordon. In: Hay Festival, 25 May 2019, Starlight Stage, Hay-on-Wye, UK.

Filer, N (2019) Perpectives on trauma: trauma from a literary perspective. In: Royal College of Psychiatrists Medical Psychotherapy Trainee & Trainer Conference, 20 September 2019, Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, Bristol, UK.

Filer, N (2019) RCNF annual lecture. In: World Mental Health Day Event, 10 October 2019, Royal College of Nursing, London, UK.

Filer, N (2019) Talking about The Heartland: finding and losing schizophrenia. In: Bethlem Event Series, 7 September 2019, Bethlem Museum of the Mind at Bethlem Royal Hospital, Beckenham, UK.

Filer, N (2019) Voices in my head: exploring schizophrenia. In: Dalkey Book Festival, 15 June 2019, Masonic Lodge, Dalkey, Ireland.

Filer, N (2019) A disorder for everyone - discussion with Dr Lucy Johnstone. In: A Disorder for Everyone!, 29 November 2019, Jurys Inn, Cardiff, Wales.

Filer, N (2019) The heartland: finding and losing schizophrenia. Faber & Faber, London. ISBN 9780571345953

Filer, N (2019) The language of madness. In: Department of Psychology Seminar Series, 31 October 2019, University of Bath, Bath, UK.

Filer, N (2019) The language of madness. In: Richmond Literature Festival, 7 November 2019, Richmond, London, UK.

Filer, N and O'Neill, J (2019) Mind matters. In: Stroud Book Festival, 10 November 2019, Stroud, UK.

Filer, N and Thomas, M (2019) A spotlight on mental health: Nathan Filer and Michelle Thomas in conversation. In: Foyles Literature Series, 19 September 2019, Foyles Cabot Circus, Bristol, UK.

Filer, N and Thomson, H (2019) Analysing the brain's functions. In: Edinburgh International Book Festival, 13 August 2019, Spark Theatre, Edinburgh, UK.

Filer, N and Walters, J (2019) Finding and losing schizophrenia. In: National Centre for Mental Health Event Series, 8 August 2019, Big Moose Coffee Co, Cardiff, Wales.

Filer, N and Watson, C (2019) Nathan Filer and Christie Watson in conversation. In: Literature and Spoken Word Events Series, 9 September 2019, Southbank Centre, London, UK.

Flavel, S and Luzar, R (2019) 'Drawing the Dao: reflections on the application of Daoist theory of action in contemporary drawing practice.' Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice, 4 (1). pp. 11-27. ISSN 2057-0384

Forna, A (2019) 'On happiness.' Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Enquiry, 6 (3). pp. 418-422. ISSN 2052-2614

Forna, A (2019) 'Why I write.' Kenyon Review, 41 (6). pp. 17-22. ISSN 0163-075X

Forna, A (2019) The grey lady.


Ganuses, W.S, Sullivan, S and Hannis, M (2019) Future Pasts: Landscape, Memory and Music in West Namibia [curators]. COSDEF Community Arts Venue, Swakopmund, Namibia, 5 - 15 June 2019.

Gee, M (2019) Blood. Fentum Press. ISBN 9781909572126

Gee, M (2019) 'The visitation.' In: Miller, G, ed. Kiss and part. Canterbury Press, Norwich. ISBN 9781786221926

Gibson, M and Hughes, W (2019) 'An unpublished letter from Bram Stoker to Laurence Hutton.' In: Gibson, M and Müller, S.L, eds. Bram Stoker and the late Victorian world. Clemson University Press, Clemson, SC, pp. 215-217. ISBN 9781942954644

Gifford, T (2019) 'Changing ideas of pastoral.' In: Haynes, K, ed. The Oxford history of classical reception in English literature. Volume 5: After 1880. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199585106

Gifford, T (2019) 'Mountaineering literature as dark pastoral.' In: Borthwick, D, Marland, P and Stenning, A, eds. Walking, landscape and environment. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 203-216. ISBN 9781138630109

Gifford, T (2019) Pastoral. 2nd ed. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138124844

Gregory, K (2019) I hold your heart. Bloomsbury YA, London. ISBN 9781526609168

Griffin, B (2019) 'Banishing ennui, blue devils and thoughts of bad potatoes: the country house and sport and leisure during the Great Famine.' In: Dooley, T and Ridgeway, C, eds. Sport and leisure in the Irish and British country house. Four Courts Press, Dublin, pp. 132-149. ISBN 9781846828065

Griffin, B (2019) Crime, violence, and the Irish in the nineteenth century [book review]. Irish Studies Review, 27 (4). pp. 583-585. ISSN 0967-0882

Griffin, B (2019) 'Cycle camping in Victorian and Edwardian Ireland.' Irish Studies Review, 27 (3). pp. 377-401. ISSN 0967-0882

Griffin, B (2019) 'Cycling in Waterford in the Victorian and Edwardian eras.' Decies: Journal of the Waterford Archaeological and Historical Society, 75. pp. 59-85. ISSN 1393-3116

Griffin, B (2019) Leaving the Irish Police: the Dublin Metropolitan Police and the Royal Irish Constabulary. In: The 11th Percy French Festival - Taking French Leave: Leaving in Irish History, Politics and Culture, 10 - 12 July 2019, Castlecoote House, Co. Roscommon, Ireland.

Griffin, B (2019) 'The early history of cycling in Ireland: hobby-horses, tricycles, quadricycles and other velocipedes.' In: Sanderson, G, Baker, T and Sanderson, P.P, eds. Cycle History 29: 29th International Cycling History Conference, London, England, 2018. ICHC Publications Committee, Verona, pp. 116-121. ISBN 9780578209562

Griffin, B and Strachan, J (2019) 'Introduction: sport in Ireland from the 1880s to the 1920s.' Irish Studies Review, 27 (3). pp. 299-308. ISSN 0967-0882

Griffin, B and Strachan, J (2019) 'Leaving in Irish history, politics and culture.' In: Finnerty, K, ed. The 11th Percy French Festival - taking French leave: leaving in Irish history, politics and culture. Percy French School, Castlecoote, Ireland, pp. 2-9. Please click the title to check availability.


Hadley, T (2019) Late in the day. Jonathan Cape, London. ISBN 9781787331112

Harris, C (2019) SCRUB workshop. In: SAPling Innovation, 30 March 2019, Hypatia Trust, Penzance, UK.

Harris, C (2019) SCRUB: a management handbook [2018]. In: Radical Landscapes: Innovation in Landscape & Language Art, The Plough Arts Centre, Great Torrington, UK, 22 March - 21 April 2019.


Ivic, C (2019) Macbeth: the British play. In: British Shakespeare Association Conference, 16-20 July 2019, Swansea, Wales, UK.

Ivic, C (2019) Staging the nation in Henry IV, Part 1, Henry IV, Part 2, and Henry V. In: Globe Education Study Days Series, 15 June 2019, Shakespeare's Globe, London, UK.

Ivic, C (2019) Staging the past in Henry IV Part 1, Henry IV Part 2 and Henry V. In: True Lies: Shakespeare, History and Fiction, 1 June 2019, Shakespeare's Globe, London.



Kendal, C (2019) I spy. Harper Collins, London. ISBN 9780008256838

Kerridge, R (2019) 'Plath and nature.' In: Brain, T, ed. Sylvia Plath in context. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 221-232. ISBN 9781108470131


Lewis, J (2019) ''Careful living': Frederick Douglass's phenomenology of embodied experience.' Textual Practice, 33 (10). pp. 1657-1672. ISSN 0950-236X

Lewis, J (2019) '“From the slave’s point of view”: towards a phenomenology of witnessing in Frederick Douglass’ 1845 Narrative.' ESQ: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture, 65 (2). pp. 257-291. ISSN 0093-8297

Liardet, T (2019) On hearing of a 98.2% chance of heavy precipitation a bot considers the question of negative probability. The North American Review, Spring. ISSN 0029-2397

Liardet, T (2019) An imposter syndrome bot replies to Jehovah; A future bot’s Lacrimosa. Poetry Review, 109 (3). ISSN 0032-2156

Liardet, T (2019) A robot invents the Orphic puddle. New Statesman. ISSN 1364-7431


Malik, I.H (2019) 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2020. 17th ed. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780367175337

Marland, P and Stenning, A (2019) ''Black men walking': an interview with Dawn Walton and Testament.' In: Borthwick, D, Marland, P and Stenning, A, eds. Walking, landscape and environment. Routleedge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138630109

Marshall, A (2019) 'The Armies teares over Major Bethel': Hugh Peter, poetry and the New Model Army. In: Liverpool Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies - Public Seminar Series, 9 May 2019, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.

Marshall, A (2019) Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington: a Restoration politician and Parliament. In: IHR Seminars: Parliaments, Politics and People, 5 March 2019, Senate House, London, UK.

Marshall, A (2019) Thomas Hobbes and secrecy. In: Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury Society Lecture, 29 November 2019, Malmesbury, UK.

Morrison, R (2019) The Regency revolution: Jane Austen, Napoleon, Lord Byron and the making of the modern world. Atlantic Books, London. ISBN 9781786491237

Moss, S (2019) The twelve birds of Christmas. Square Peg, London. ISBN 9781529110104


Neimark, B, Childs, J, Nightingale, A.J, Cavanagh, C.J, Sullivan, S, Benjaminsen, T.A, Batterbury, S, Koot, S and Harcourt, W (2019) 'Speaking power to "post-truth": critical political ecology and the new authoritarianism.' In: McCarthy, J, ed. Environmental governance in a populist/authoritarian era. Routledge, Abingdon.

Neimark, B, Childs, J, Nightingale, A.J, Cavanagh, C.J, Sullivan, S, Benjaminsen, T.A, Batterbury, S, Koot, S and Harcourt, W (2019) 'Speaking power to ‘post-truth’: critical political ecology and the new authoritarianism.' Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 109 (2). pp. 613-623. ISSN 2469-4452

Newsinger, J (2019) Churchill: walking with destiny [book review]. Race & Class, 60 (4). pp. 88-92. ISSN 0306-3968

Newsinger, J (2019) Insurgent empire: anticolonial resistance and British dissent [book review]. Race & Class, 61 (1). pp. 91-93. ISSN 0306-3968

Nita, M (2019) 'Sky vs. earthly empowerment: from angels and superheroes to humans and community in the Marvel Universe and green Christian cosmology.' The Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 31 (3). pp. 236-249. ISSN 1703-289X

Nita, M (2019) '‘Spirituality’ in Health Studies: competing spiritualities and the elevated status of mindfulness.' Journal of Religion and Health, 58 (5). pp. 1605-1618. ISSN 0022-4197

Nita, M (2019) Where are Extinction Rebellion’s cultural roots? [blog post]. Contemporary Religion in Historical Perspective.


O'Neill, M, Selwood, S and Swenson, A (2019) 'Looking back: understanding visits to museums in the UK and beyond since the nineteenth century.' Cultural Trends, 28 (1). pp. 1-5. ISSN 0954-8963

Otele, O (2019) 'The guerrilla arts in Brexit Bristol.' In: Ward, S and Rasch, A, eds. Embers of empire in Brexit Britain. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 133-142. ISBN 9781350113794 Please click the title to check availability.

O’Gorman, E et al (2019) 'Teaching the environmental humanities: international perspectives and practices.' Environmental Humanities, 11 (2). pp. 427-460. ISSN 2201-1919


Peters, F (2019) 'Gothic influences: darkness and suicide in the novels of Patricia Highsmith.' In: Hughes, W and Smith, A, eds. Suicide and the Gothic. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9781526120083 Please click the title to check availability.

Presley, N (2019) The Letters of Sylvia Plath, Vol II:1956–1963 [book review]. The Ted Hughes Society Journal, 7 (2). pp. 86-90. ISSN 2051-7270

Presley, N (2019) 'Plath and television.' In: Brain, T, ed. Sylvia Plath in context. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 148-157. ISBN 9781108470131

Pullinger, K (2019) 'Breathe: a digital ghost story.' The International Journal of Creative Media Research, 1. ISSN 2631-6773


Rigby, K (2019) Ancient Christian ecopoetics: cosmologies, saints, things [book review]. Green Letters, 23 (4). pp. 422-425. ISSN 2168-1414

Rigby, K (2019) '"Piping in their honey dreams": towards a creaturely ecopoetics.' In: Middelhoff, F, Schönbeck, S, Borgards, R and Gersdorf, C, eds. Texts, animals, environments: zoopoetics and ecopoetics. Rombach Verlag, Freiburg, Germany, pp. 281-295. ISBN 9783793099284

Rigby, K (2019) 'Weaving the environmental humanities: Australian strands, configurations, and provocations.' Green Letters, 23 (1). pp. 5-18. ISSN 1468-8417


Simmons, G (2019) The country of larks: a Chiltern journey. ‎Bradt, Chesham. ISBN 9781784770808

Smith, C, Reeve, K, Vassilopoulos, M and Bhatt, S (2019) How to get into publishing. In: London International Book Fair, 13 March 2019, Olympia, London, UK.

Stenning, A (2019) 'Autism and cognitive embodiment: steps towards a non-ableist walking literature.' In: Borthwick, D, Marland, P and Stenning, A, eds. Walking, landscape and environment. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 149-167. ISBN 9781138630109

Sullivan, S (2019) 'Reading 'Earth Incorporated' through 'Caliban and the Witch'.' In: Barbagallo, C, Beuret, N and Harvie, D, eds. Commoning with George Caffentzis and Silvia Federici. Pluto Press, London, pp. 119-134. ISBN 9780745339405 Please click the title to check availability.

Sullivan, S (2019) 'Towards a metaphysics of the soul and a participatory aesthetics of life: mobilising Foucault, affect and animism for caring practices of existence.' New Formations, 95. pp. 5-21. ISSN 0950-2378 Please click the title to check availability.

Sullivan, S, Ganuses, W.S, Hannis, M, Impey, A, Low, C and Rohde, R (2019) Future pasts: landscape, memory and music in West Namibia. 2nd ed. Future Pasts, Bath Spa University, Bath. ISBN 9781911126140

Swenson, A (2019) 'Where are the numbers? Counting museum visitors in France.' Cultural Trends, 28 (1). pp. 56-71. ISSN 0954-8963


Walton, S (2019) 'Body burdens: the materiality of work in Rita Wong's 'Forage'.' In: Walton, J.L and Luker, E, eds. Poetry and work: work in modern and contemporary Anglophone poetry. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 263-290. ISBN 9783030261245

Walton, S (2019) 'Nature trauma: ecology and the returning soldier in First World War English and Scottish fiction, 1918-1932’.' Journal of Medical Humanities. ISSN 1041-3545 Please click the title to check availability.

Walton, S (2019) '"Slow motion cucumber decay in fridge": ecology, materiality and recycling in Peter Manson’s 'Adjunct: an undigest'.' Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, 11 (1). ISSN 1758-972X

Williamson, C (2019) '1919: Britain's red summer.' BBC History Magazine, 20 (7). pp. 30-34. ISSN 1469-8552 Please click the title to check availability.

Wintersgill, B, Cush, D and Francis, D (2019) Putting Big Ideas into practice in religious education. Culham St Gabriel’s Trust, Oxford. ISBN 9780993371349

Woodward, G (2019) 'Plath and food.' In: Brain, T, ed. Sylvia Plath in context. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 117-125. ISBN 9781108470131

Wright, E.H (2019) 'Women, drama and print culture 1890–1929.' In: Binckes, F and Snyder, C, eds. Women, periodicals and print culture in Britain, 1890s-1920s: the modernist period. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 92-105. ISBN 9781474450645 Please click the title to check availability.

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