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Anderson, R (2017) '"His credentials are in order": Catholic ambassadors at the English court, 1603–1625.' Legatio: The Journal for Renaissance and Early Modern Diplomatic Studies, 1 (1). (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Anderson, R (2015) "His credentials are in order": Catholic ambassadors at the English court, 1603–1625. In: Splendid Encounters 4: Diplomats and Diplomacy in the Early Modern World, 25 - 26 September 2015, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.

Anderson, R (2015) 'John Foxe’s seely, poore women.' The Downside Review, 133 (467). pp. 4-40. ISSN 0012-5806

Anderson, R (2017) 'A bridegroom for Elizabeth: diplomatic negotiations for the marriage of Princess Elizabeth, 1610 – 1613.' In: Anderson, R and Suner, S, eds. Gender and diplomacy conference proceedings. Don Juan Archiv, Vienna. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Anderson, R (2016) A bridegroom for Elizabeth: diplomatic negotiations for the marriage of Princess Elizabeth, 1610 – 1613. In: Gender and Diplomacy: Women and Men in European and Ottoman Embassies from the 15th to the 18th Century, 12 March 2016, Don Juan Archiv, Vienna, Austria.

Anderson, R (2016) The visitation records of the English Benedictine Monastery of the Glorious Assumption of Our Blessed Lady. In: Gender, Power and Materiality in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800, 7 – 9 April 2016, Plymouth University, Plymouth, UK.

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Chalus, E (2014) Anna Miller, Catherine Macaulay & Agnes Witts: Bath hostesses, diarists and travellers. In: Joseph Wright of Derby: Bath and Beyond Study Day, 24 February 2014, Holburne Museum, Bath.

Chalus, E (2014) 'The Burcott bear: gender, power and belonging in the Wells election of 1765.' In: Cowman, K, Koefoed, N and Sjogren, A, eds. Gender in urban Europe: sites of political activity and citizenship, 1750-1900. Routledge research in gender and history . Routledge, New York, pp. 77-92. ISBN 9780415868892 Please click the title to check availability.

Chalus, E (2014) 'Cette fusion annuelle: cosmopolitanism and identity in Nice, c1815-1860.' Urban History, 41 (04). pp. 606-626. ISSN 1469-8706

Chalus, E (2004) 'Fremantle [née Wynne], Elizabeth [Betsey], Lady Fremantle (1778–1857)...[et al].' In: Oxford dictionary of national biography [online ed]. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Chalus, E (2009) '"Ladies are often very good scaffolding" : women and politics in the age of Anne.' In: Jones, C, ed. British politics in the age of Holmes : Geoffrey Holmes' s 'British Politics in the Age of Anne': 40 years on. Wiley-Blackwell for the Parliamentary History Yearbook Trust, Chichester. ISBN 9781405193344

Chalus, E (1998) '"'My Minerva' at my elbow" - the political roles of women in 18th-century England.' In: Taylor, S, Connors, R and Jones, C, eds. Hanoverian Britain and empire : essays in memory of Philip Lawson. Boydell Press, Suffolk. ISBN 0851157203

Chalus, E (2003) 'The Rag plot : the politics of influence in Oxford, 1754.' In: Sweet, R and Lane, P, eds. Women and urban life in eighteenth-century England : on the town. Ashgate, Aldershot. ISBN 0754607305

Chalus, E (2015) 'We were very sociable together’: sociability and meaning in the life of Elizabeth Wynne Fremantle (1778-1857). In: Life-Cycles seminar series, 17 March 2015, Institute of Historical Research (IHR), London.

Chalus, E (2015) 'A most sociable & cheerful eveng': considering sociability across a female life — Elizabeth (née Wynne), Lady Fremantle (1778–1857). In: Towards a British Model of Sociability: Adaptation and Opposition [Vers un Modèle de Sociabilité Britannique: Dynamiques et Conflits], 13 March 2015, Université Paris 13, France.

Coast, D (2015) The Duke of Buckingham, secrecy and the ‘crisis of counsel’ in the 1620s. In: News, Secrecy and Foreign Policy in Early Modern England, 24 October 2015, Bath Royal Science and Literary Institution, Bath, UK.

Coast, D (2014) News and rumour in Jacobean England: information, court politics and diplomacy, 1618-25. Politics, culture and society in early modern Britain . Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719089480

Coast, D (2016) 'Rumor and "common fame": the impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham and public opinion in early Stuart England.' Journal of British Studies, 55 (2). pp. 241-267. ISSN 1545-6986

Curry, J (2011) 'Paddy Griffith - 1947-2010.' Simulation & Gaming, 42 (1). pp. 5-8. ISSN 1552-826X

Curry, J and Mouat, T (2012) 'The use of computer games in military training by the British Army.' In: Cruz-Cunha, M, ed. Handbook of research on serious games as educational, business and research tools. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, pp. 1122-1144. ISBN 9781466601499

Curry, J and Price, T (2013) Dark guest: training games for cyber warfare - volume 1, wargaming internet based attacks. History of Wargaming Project, London. ISBN 9781291669121

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Doern, K (2005) Drinking - a gendered vice in mid-Victorian women's fiction. In: Women, Art and Culture: Historical Perspectives 14th Conference of Women's History Network (UK), 2-4 September 2005, Southampton, UK.

Doern, K (2002) 'Equal questions: the 'woman question' and the 'drink question' in the writings of Clara Lucas Balfour, 1808-1878.' In: Morgan, S, ed. Women, Religion and Feminism in Britain, 1750-1900. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 159-176. ISBN 9780333993071

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Gadd, I (2013) History of Oxford University Press, Volume 1: beginnings to 1780. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199557318

Gadd, I (2002) 'Hunting down John Wolfe for the New DNB.' In: Myers, R, Harris, M and Mandelbrote, G, eds. Lives in print: biography and the book trade from the Middle Ages to the 21st century. The British Library, London. ISBN 9780712347969

Gadd, I (2013) 'An international press.' In: Gadd, I, ed. History of Oxford University Press, Volume 1: Beginnings to 1780. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 601-626. ISBN 9780199557318

Gadd, I (2013) 'The press and the London book trade.' In: Gadd, I, ed. History of Oxford University Press, Volume 1: Beginnings to 1780. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 569-600. ISBN 9780199557318

Gadd, I and Wallis, P (2002) Guilds, society and economy in London, 1450-1800. Centre for Metropolitan History in association with Guildhall Library, London. ISBN 9781871348651

Gifford, T (2017) 'From countryside to environment: British non-fiction prose nature writing 1960-1980.' In: McLoughlin, K, ed. Flower/power: 1960-1980. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Forthcoming)

Gifford, T (2017) 'Pastoral.' In: Haynes, K, ed. The Oxford history of classical reception in English literature: volume 5 (1880-2000). Oxford University Press, Oxford. (Forthcoming)

Gifford, T (2016) 'Towards a new multi-dimensional ecopoetics of place: a personal journey towards a multilingual English view of Spanish place.' In: Goodbody, A.H and Flys Junquera, C, eds. Sense of place: transatlantic perspectives. Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin-UAH, Alcalá de Henares, Spain, pp. 215-228. ISBN 9788416599790

Grieves, K (2011) Polite literature: print culture in late 18th century Bath. In: Cosmopolitanism and Culture: The Role of the Spa as an International Institution, Medieval to Modern, 21-22 October 2011, Bath Spa University, Corsham, UK.

Grieves, K (2009) Style over substance: political culture in an historical context. In: Bath Spa University First Annual Summer Symposium, 10 July 2009, Bath Spa University, Corsham, UK.

Grieves, K (2012) William Meyler’s circulating library and print culture in late eighteenth century Bath. In: Writing the West, 11-12 May 2012, M-Shed, Bristol, UK.

Grieves, K (2013) The female bruisers: women prizefighters of the eighteenth century. In: Georgian Pleasures Conference, 12-13 September 2013, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institute and The Holburne Museum, Bath, UK.

Grieves, K (2011) 'A literary entrepreneur: William Meyler of Bath.' In: Davis, G, ed. Bath history vol XII. Bath in Time, Bath.

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Hackett, S (2012) Crossing the threshold: identity, integration and multiculturalism in British and German Muslim ethnic minority neighbourhoods. In: Seminar Series Michaelmas 2012: Migration Journeys, 7 June 2012, Seminar Room, Pauling Centre, 58a Banbury Road, Oxford.

Hackett, S (2008) Employment patterns among Muslim immigrant communities in Newcastle upon Tyne and Bremen. In: Muslim geographies conference, 4 April - 5 April 2008, University of Liverpool.

Hackett, S (2013) Foreigners, minorities and integration: the Muslim immigrant experience in Britain and Germany. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719083174

Hackett, S (2019) Rethinking Muslim integration in Britain: a rural perspective. Manchester University Press, Manchester. (Forthcoming)

Hackett, S (2010) Shadow of the suitcase: the education of Muslim immigrant children & youth in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Bremen, c. 1960s-1990s. In: European social science history conference, 13 April - 16 April 2010, Ghent.

Hackett, S (2012) 'A learning curve: the education of immigrants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Bremen from the 1960s to the 1980s.' In: Bekerman, Z and Geisen, T, eds. International handbook of migration, minorities and education: understanding cultural and social differences in processes of learning. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 349-364. ISBN 9789400714663

Hackett, S (2013) The ‘local turn’ in historical perspective: multi-level research in Britain and Germany. In: Theorizing 'the local turn' in immigrant policies: a multi-level approach, 20 September 2013, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona.

Hackett, S (2016) 'The politics of race and immigration in Britain since 1945: an assessment of national and transnational influences.' In: Kostner, S, ed. Migration und Integration: Akzeptanz und Widerstand im transnationalen Nationalstaat: Deutsche und internationale Perspektiven. LIT Verlag, Berlin, pp. 161-181. ISBN 9783643118769

Hill, T (2001) '"Forg'd inuention former time defac'd": representing Tudor history in the 1590s'.' In: Pincombe, M, ed. The anatomy of Tudor literature: proceedings of the first international conference of the Tudor symposium (1998). Aldgate, Aldershot, pp. 195-210. ISBN 0754602435

Hill, T (1993) 'Humanism and homicide: Spenser's a view of the present state of Ireland.' Irish Studies Review, 1 (4). pp. 2-4. ISSN 09670882

Hill, T (2005) "London's offspring, though the meanest": tracing the many lives of Anthony Munday. In: Renaissance Lives: Centre for research in Renaissance studies fourth annual conference, 22 October 2005, Roehampton University, London.

Hill, T (2014) 'Owners and collectors of the printed books of the early modern Lord Mayors' Shows.' Library and Information History, 30 (3). pp. 151-171. ISSN 1758-3489

Hill, T (2017) ‘Partners in the businesse’: Middleton, Dekker, Jonson, Munday, Harrison, Christmas, Norman, Bucket, Challoner, Wilde. In: 45th Annual Meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America, 5 - 8 April 2017, Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, GA, USA. (Forthcoming)

Hill, T (1998) 'Shakespeare, Spenser, and the crisis in Ireland.' Renaissance Forum, 3 (2). ISSN 1362-1149

Hill, T (2010) “To prune and dress the Tree of Gouernment”: Political Contexts of the London Lord Mayors’ Shows. In: Renaissance Society of America annual meeting, 8-10 April 2010, Venice, Italy.

Hill, T (2007) The vanished spectacle: witnesses to the Lord Mayor's show. In: London in Text and History: 1400-1700, 13-15 September 2007, Jesus College, Oxford.

Hughes, W (2015) '“For Ireland’s good”: the reconstruction of rural Ireland in Bram Stoker’s 'The snake’s pass'.' In: Buchelt, L.C, ed. The snake’s pass: a critical edition, [by] Bram Stoker. Syracuse University Press, New York, pp. 287-298. ISBN 9780815634249

Hughes, W (2015) Low obscenity and lascivious attitudes: spectacle, seduction and male power in Victorian hypnotic séance. In: Sensational Men: Victorian Masculinity in Sensation Fiction, Theatre and the Arts, 18 April 2015, Falmouth University, Falmouth, UK.

Hughes, W (1997) 'Marshall Hall (1790-1857): science and medicine in early Victorian society' by Diana E. Manuel [book review]. Victorian Studies, 41 (1). pp. 132-134. ISSN 0042-5222

Hughes, W (2014) '“Rumours of the great plague”: medicine, mythology and the memory of the Sligo cholera in Bram Stoker’s 'Under the sunset’.' In: Killeen, J, ed. Bram Stoker: centenary essays. Four Courts Press, Dublin, pp. 114-130. ISBN 9781846824074

Hughes, W (1998) '“Terrors that I dare not think of”: masculinity, hysteria and empiricism in Bram Stoker’s 'Dracula'.' In: Miller, E, ed. Dracula: the shade and the shadow - a critical anthology. Desert Island Books, Westcliff-on-Sea, pp. 93-103. ISBN 9781874287100

Hughes, W (2015) That devil's trick: hypnotism and the Victorian popular imagination. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719074837

Hughes, W (2012) 'Victorian medicine and the Gothic.' In: Hughes, W and Smith, A, eds. The Victorian Gothic: an Edinburgh companion. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 186-201. ISBN 9780748642496

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Levinson, M.P (2007) 'Literacy in English Gypsy communities: cultural capital manifested as negative assets.' American Educational Research Journal, 44 (1). pp. 5-39. ISSN 0002-8312

Levinson, M.P and Hooley, N (2014) 'Investigating networks of culture and knowledge: a critical discourse between UK Roma Gypsies, Indigenous Australians and education.' The Australian Educational Researcher, 41 (2). pp. 139-153. ISSN 0311-6999

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Marshall, A (2001) 'Anglo Dutch Wars, 1652-1674.' In: Messenger, C, ed. Reader's guide to military history. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781579582418

Marshall, A (2018) 'Arcana imperii': a history of espionage in early-modern Britain, 1598-1715. Manchester University Press, Manchester. (Forthcoming)

Marshall, A (1989) 'Colonel Thomas Blood and the Restoration political scene.' The Historical Journal, 32 (3). pp. 561-582. ISSN 1469-5103

Marshall, A (2009) The Death of Nicholas Fairles: law and community in South Shields, 1832. Papers in North East History . NEEHI/Teeside University, Middlesbrough. ISBN 0954506464

Marshall, A (2001) 'Enter the plot master.' BBC History Magazine, 2. ISSN 1469-8552

Marshall, A (2017) ''Fly bold rebellion': the abortive Northern rebellion of 1663 revisited.' In: Clare, J, ed. From republic to Restoration: legacies and departures. Manchester University Press, Manchester. (Forthcoming)

Marshall, A (2009) 'Foreword.' In: Jones, C, ed. British politics in the age of Holmes: Geoffrey Holmes's "British Politics in the age of Anne" 40 years on. Parliamentary History: Texts & Studies . Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 9781405193344

Marshall, A (2016) The Great Fire, 1666, and the conspiracy mentalitiè in Restoration England. In: The Great Fire: Reconsidered, 3 September 2016, St Paul’s Cathedral, London, UK.

Marshall, A (2005) Humanities beyond digitisation. In: Digitisation Conference 2005, 20 September - 21 September 2005, Institute of Historical Research, London.

Marshall, A (2003) Intelligence and espionage in the reign of Charles II, 1660–1685. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521521277

Marshall, A (1994) 'Irish spies and plotters in early modern Europe.' Irish Studies Review, 3 (9). pp. 7-12. ISSN 1469-9303

Marshall, A (1994) 'Irish spies and plotters in seventeenth‐century Europe.' Irish Studies Review, 3 (9). pp. 7-12. ISSN 1469-9303

Marshall, A (2003) 'Killing no murder.' History Today, 53 (2). pp. 20-25. ISSN 0018-2753

Marshall, A (2017) 'Mary Hays and Elizabeth Cromwell.' In: Walker, G.L, ed. The invention of female biography. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781848936003 (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Marshall, A (2015) '“Memorialls for Mrs Affora”: Aphra Behn and the Restoration intelligence world.' Women's Writing, 22 (1). pp. 13-33. ISSN 1747-5848

Marshall, A (2012) "Memorials for Mrs Affora": Aphra Behn and the Restoration intelligence system. In: Aphra Behn in her Seventeenth-Century Contexts, 12 April - 14 April 2012, Loughborough University.

Marshall, A (2015) Oliver Cromwell, protector, and the art of 'arcana imperii'. In: News, Secrecy and Foreign Policy in Early Modern England, 24 October 2015, Bath Royal Science and Literary Institution, Bath, UK.

Marshall, A (2015) Oliver Cromwell: image making and reputation. In: Lecture Series, 30 September 2015, Red Brick Building, Glastonbury, Somerset.

Marshall, A (2004) Oliver Cromwell: soldier - the military life of a revolutionary at war. Brassey's, London. ISBN 9781857533439

Marshall, A (2013) Plots, intrigue and meaning. In: NPG Events, 4 July 2013, The National Portrait Gallery, London, UK.

Marshall, A (2010) Point of friction: Major Christopher Bethel and his troop of horse. In: Cromwell Association AGM, April 2010.

Marshall, A (2004) '"The Rye House Plotters" and "Sir Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington" and "Sir Joseph Williamson" and "Titus Oates" and "Thomas Blood" and "Sir Samuel Morland" and "William Bridgman" and "Thomas Dangerfield".' In: New dictionary of national biography. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography . Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780198614111

Marshall, A (1996) 'Sir Joseph Williamson and the conduct of administration in Restoration England.' Historical Research, 69 (168). pp. 18-41. ISSN 1468-2281

Marshall, A (2003) Sir Samuel Morland and Stuart espionage. Friends of King Charles the Martyr Church, Tunbridge Wells.

Marshall, A (2013) Suspicious minds: political murder, reason of state, and morality in seventeenth-century Europe. In: Intimacy, power and authority in European perspectives, 18 October 2013, Corsham Court, Wiltshire.

Marshall, A (1997) 'To make a martyr: the Popish Plot and Protestant propaganda.' History Today, 47 (3). pp. 39-50. ISSN 0018-2753

Marshall, A (2005) Using EEBO in undergraduate modules. In: Waking up in the British Library, 30 April 2005, John Rylands Library, University of Manchester.

Marshall, A (1999) The age of faction: court politics, 1660-1702. New Frontiers in History . Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719049743

Marshall, A (1999) The strange death of Edmund Godfrey: plots and politics in Restoration London. Sutton Publishing, Stroud. ISBN 9780750921008

Marshall, A (2009) The trials of Thomas Harrison, regicide 1649 and the execution of King Charles. In: London Socialist Historians Group, 7 Febraury 2009, Institute of Historical Research, London.

Marshall, A (1993) The wild geese in Europe: Irish exiles in the seventeenth century. In: Bristol Irish Festival, 1993.

McBeth, M (2002) Anthony Brundage, The English Poor Laws, 1700-1930, 2002, Basingstoke: Palgrave [book review]. Journal of Social Policy, 31 (3). pp. 545-578. ISSN 0047-2794

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Neale, J (1985) The cutlass and the lash: mutiny and discipline in Nelson's navy. Pluto, London. ISBN 9780745300795

Newsinger, J (1994) Fenianism in mid-Victorian Britain. Pluto, London. ISBN 0745309003

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Otele, O (2015) Abolition, humanitarianism and colonialism: an investigation into 'Britain's island stories'. In: 42nd Annual Meeting of the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, 6-8 March 2015, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Otele, O (2004) Bristol and Newport, two British cities challenging racism in a time of war. In: Crossroads in Cultural Studies Fifth International Conference, 25 June - 28 June 2004, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA.

Otele, O (2005) 'Bristol et le commerce triangulaire : schizophrenie et enjeux de la memoire collective.' In: Hanquart-Turner, E, ed. Violence d'État, parole libératrice et colonialisme. Editions A3, Ivry-sur-Seine, pp. 69-84. ISBN 9782844360953

Otele, O (2004) Bristol, England and the abolition of slavery: when collective memory is in question. In: Ethnic Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Otele, O (2007) The British Empire and Commonwealth Museum: remembering the good, the bad and the ugly. In: Post-colonial ghosts, 8 - 10 November 2007, Universite Paul Valerie, Montpellier III, France..

Otele, O (2009) Contextualising British influence on new settlement in the 19th century. In: Promised Land 2nd Annual General Symposium, 13 - 15 March 2009, Chatham-Kent, Canada.

Otele, O (2006) Great Britain and France: the dilemma of remembering and forgetting. In: Crossroads in cultural studies, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey.

Otele, O (2008) 'Les ports de Bristol et Liverpool et la traite Atlantique.' Cahiers des Anneaux de la Mémoire (11).

Otele, O (2009) 'Liverpool dans la traite transatlantique : Imperatifs et pratiques des peres de la cite.' In: Saunier, E, ed. Villes portuaires du commerce triangulaire à l'abolition de l'esclavage. Cahiers de l'histoire et des mémoires de la traite négrière, de l'esclavage et de leurs abolitions en Normandie, 1 . Routes du philanthrope, Cléon, pp. 57-70.

Otele, O (2008) 'Multiculturalisme et régionalisme : les apories d’une identité britannique au pays de Galles.' In: Whitton, T, ed. Le New Labour et l'identite britannique. Observatoire de la société britannique, pp. 49-64. ISBN 2-9526-375-4-7

Otele, O (2013) Power and political culture: British and French abolitionism in the nineteenth century. In: Royal Historical society symposium: intimacy, power and authority in European perspectives, 18 October 2013, Bath Spa University, Corsham Court.

Otele, O (2007) 'Scientific racism: a bi-product of the slave trade?' In: Teulié, G, ed. Science and race. Les carnets du Cerpac (5). Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, Montpellier, pp. 435-455. ISBN 9782842697945

Otele, O (2005) The cities of Bristol, Nantes and Bordeaux: three different ways of dealing with the collective memory related to the triangular trade. In: British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference, Oxford University.

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Pullinger, K and Bartlett, N (2014) Letter to an unknown soldier. William Collins, Harper Collins, London. ISBN 9780008116842

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Rigby, K (2005) Ecstatic dwelling: cosmopolitan reinhabitation in Wordsworth’s London. In: 12th Annual NASSR Conference: Romantic Cosmopolitanism, 9 - 12 September 2004, Millennium Hotel, Boulder, Colorado.

Robinson, C (2017) 'At the going down of the sun and in the morning...': remembering the Indian Soldiers of empire. In: Religion Department Research Seminars, 8 March 2017, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales.

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Skellern, A (2007) Mapping the 1607 flood. In: The 1607 flood in the Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary: storm or tsunami?, 27 January 2007, University of Wales.

Skellern, A, Haslett, S.K and Open, S (2007) 'The potential area affected by the 1607 flood event in the Severn Estuary, UK: a preliminary investigation.' Archaeology in the Severn Estuary, 18. pp. 59-65.

Stakelum, M (2007) Music education in UK and Japan: a comparative study on teacher practice in music at primary level. In: 5th International Research in Music Education (RIME) Conference, 10 - 14 April 2007, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK.

Strachan, J and O'Malley-Younger, A (2011) Ireland at war and peace. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. ISBN 9781443826334

Strachan, J and O'Malley-Younger, A (2009) Ireland: revolution and evolution. Reimagining Ireland . Peter Lang, Oxford. ISBN 9783039118816

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Turnbull, O (2011) Jane Austen's Bath time! In: Bath Comedy Festival, Bath. [Performance]

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Williamson, C (2014) ''To remove the stigma of the poor law': the 'Comprehensive' ideal and patient access to the municipal hospital service in the city of Glasgow 1918-1939.' History: the Journal of the Historical Association, 99 (334). pp. 73-99. ISSN 0018-2648

Williamson, C (1998) ''An antidote to Communism': Catholic social action in Glasgow 1931-1939.' In: Boyle, R and Lynch, P, eds. Catholic community in modern Scotland. John Donald, pp. 11-41. ISBN 9780859764872

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