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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 (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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Camp, J (2015) Bath water: the seventeenth century panacea. In: Beyond Leeches and Lepers: Medieval and Early Modern Medicine, 2 May 2015, University of Edinburgh, UK.

Camp, J (2014) By royal appointment: Bath and the reception of royalty, 1660 - 1714. In: George I - 300 Years On: Reconstructing the Succession, 18 - 20 June 2014, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, Bath, UK.

Camp, J (2013) Restoration Bath: a social and cultural shift, c.1660-1689. In: Royal Historical Society Symposium: Intimacy, Power and Authority in European Perspectives, 17 - 18 October 2013, Bath Spa University, Corsham, UK.

Camp, J (2016) The questionable elixir: mineral water and the rise of the ‘seventeenth-century’ spa towns. In: Medicine in its Place: Situating Medicine in Historical Contexts - Society for the Social History of Medicine Conference, 7 - 11 July 2016, University of Kent, UK.

Camp, J (2015) The treacherous road to rememdium: Bath and the seventeenth century lure of spa towns. In: Social History Society Annual Conference, 31 March - 2 April 2015, University of Portsmouth, UK.

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

Coast, D (2018) 'Secrecy, counsel and public opinion during the Spanish and French matches.' In: Caldari, V and Wolfson, S.J, eds. Stuart marriage diplomacy: dynastic politics in their European context, 1604-1630. Boydell & Brewer, Suffolk, pp. 189-202. ISBN 9781783271436 Please click the title to check availability.

Coast, D (2019) 'Speaking for the people in early modern England, c. 1529-1640.' Past and Present. ISSN 0031-2746 (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

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 (2017) 'A companion to Blayney.' The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 111 (3). pp. 379-406. ISSN 0006-128X

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

Ghosh, S (2018) 'Our nation, their nation: Premchand, Satyajit Ray and the Indian state.' In: Dattaray, D, Halder, E and Das, S, eds. Literature and the other arts. Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Gifford, T (2018) 'From countryside to environment: British non-fiction prose nature writing 1960-1980.' In: McLoughlin, K, ed. Flower/power: British literature in transition, volume 2, 1960-1980. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Forthcoming)

Gifford, T (1995) 'Landscape and poetry - four days in Grasmere.' Writing in Education, 5. pp. 27-30. ISSN 1361-8539

Gifford, T (2018) '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 (1999) 'Scottish portraits.' In: Steck, A, Roper, S and Harris, D, eds. Ascent: the mountaineering experience in word and image. 14th revised ed. American Alpine Club, Golden, CO, pp. 103-111. ISBN 9780930410803

Gifford, T (1999) 'Ted Hughes and South Yorkshire.' In: Gammage, N, ed. The epic poise: a celebration of Ted Hughes. Faber & Faber, London, pp. 216-218. ISBN 9780571196869

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

Gifford, T (2002) 'Towards a post-pastoral view of British poetry.' In: Parham, J, ed. The environmental tradition in English literature. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 51-63. ISBN 9780754603023

Gifford, T (1995) 'Towards an ecohistory of British and Irish poetry.' In: Gindi, H, ed. History in literature: proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Comparative Literature. University of Cairo Press, Cairo, pp. 732-749.

Gifford, T (2001) 'Writer/teacher.' Writing in Education, 22. pp. 23-25. ISSN 1361-8539

Gifford, T (1999) 'The fate of the Ted Hughes papers.' Thumbscrew, 14. pp. 34-36. ISSN 1369-5371

Goodman, H (2015) ''Madness and masculinity': male patients in London asylums and Victorian culture.' In: Trowbridge, S and Knowles, T, eds. Insanity and the lunatic asylum in the nineteenth century. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 149-166. ISBN 9781848934528

Goodman, H (2014) Male mourning and melancholia: grief as pathology and paralysis in 'Dombey and Son'. In: Commission on Science and Literature First Annual Conference, 10 - 11 July 2014, Hellenic Institute, Athens, Greece.

Goodman, H (2015) 'Masculinity, tourism and adventure in English nineteenth-century travel fiction.' In: Thurnell-Read, T and Casey, M, eds. Men, masculinities, travel and tourism. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 13-27. ISBN 9781137341457

Goodman, H (2015) Mourning masculinities: death, Dickens, and pathological melancholia. In: British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS) Annual Conference: Victorian Age(s), 27 - 29 August 2015, Leeds Trinity University, UK.

Goodman, H (2016) Revolutionary anxiety and violent masculinities: political psychopathy, trauma, and crisis in 'A Tale of Two Cities' and 'Barnaby Rudge'. In: Anxious Forms 2016: Masculinities in Crisis in the Long Nineteenth Century, 28 October 2016, University of Glasgow, UK.

Goodman, H (2016) Symptoms of stress and self-medication in the nineteenth-century scientific community. In: British Society for Literature and Science Annual Conference, 7 - 9 April 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Goodman, H (2016) Symptoms of stress and the modern man of science. In: Medicine and Modernity in the Long Nineteenth Century, 10 - 11 September 2016, St Anne's College, University of Oxford, UK.

Goodman, H (2015) 'A dream of demon heads and savage eyes': traumatic violence and the body in Dickens's 'Barnaby Rudge'. In: Postgraduate Medical Humanities Conference 2015, 20 - 21 July 2015, University of Exeter, UK.

Goodman, H (2018) The 'perilous gift' of genius: nervous exhaustion, stress, and mental excess. In: Measure and Excess: Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies (INCS) Supernumerary Conference, 13 - 15 June 2018, Università Roma Tre, Rome, Italy.

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 (2018) '“Breaking point”? Brexit, the burkini ban, and debates on immigration and minorities in Britain and France.' European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online, 15 (1). pp. 169-181. ISSN 1570-7865

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) 'Learning from history: city governance of migration and diversity in Britain and Germany.' In: Scholten, P, Caponio, T and Zapata-Barrero, R, eds. Routledge handbook on the governance of migration and diversity in cities. Routledge, Abingdon. (Forthcoming)

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.

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 (2017) 'Elizabeth Cromwell and Mary Hays.' In: Walker, G.L, ed. The invention of female biography. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 218-240. ISBN 9781848936003 Please click the title to check availability.

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

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 (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 (2018) ''Plots' and dissent: the abortive Northern rebellion of 1663.' In: Clare, J, ed. From republic to Restoration: legacies and departures. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 85-101. ISBN 9780719089688

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 (2019) '‘Secret wheeles’: clandestine information, espionage, and European intelligence.' In: Duindam, J.F.J, Ebben, M.A and Sicking, L, eds. Beyond ambassadors: missionaries, consuls and spies in pre-modern diplomacy. Brill, Netherlands. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

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 (2019) '‘faisons meieux’: Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington and his political tactics, 1662-1675.' In: Eagles, R and Dennehy, C, eds. Sir Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington, and his world. Routledge, London. (Forthcoming)

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.

Stenning, A and Gifford, T (2013) 'Editorial: twentieth-century nature writing in Britain and Ireland.' Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, 17 (1). pp. 1-4. ISSN 1468-8417

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