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Cologne-Brookes, G (1995) The novels of William Styron : from harmony to history. Southern literary studies . Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge. ISBN 9780807119006

Curry, J (2015) 'Donald Featherstone, 1918- 2013: iconic wargaming author.' Simulation & Gaming, 46 (1). pp. 3-18. ISSN 1552-826X

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

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Gadd, I (2014) 'Jonathan Swift and 'A discourse on hereditary right'.' Notes and Queries, 61 (3). pp. 401-402. ISSN 0029-3970

Gadd, I (2017) 'The Stationers' Company.' In: Sabor, P and Schellenberg, B, eds. Samuel Richardson in context. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Gifford, T (2014) 'All souls’ day 2010, Sella.' In: North, C, ed. Red rock dreaming: evocations of life on the Levant coast. McFarlands Publishing, Isle of Man, p. 27.

Gifford, T (2014) 'Beyond ecopoetry: the poetry of Murali Sivaramakrishnan.' In: Sivaramakrishnan, M, ed. Selected poems. Authors Press, Delhi, India, pp. 9-12. ISBN 9788172738273

Gifford, T (2017) 'British nature poetry.' In: Stavreva, K, ed. British literature. Gale. (Forthcoming)

Gifford, T (2016) 'Five modes of “listening deeply” to pastoral sounds.' Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism, 20 (1). pp. 8-19. ISSN 1468-8417

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 (2016) 'John Ruskin, John Muir and the Anthropocene: modern painters IV and studies in the Sierra.' In: Hutchings, K and Miller, J, eds. Transatlantic literary ecologies: nature and culture in the nineteenth-century anglophone Atlantic world. Routledge, London, pp. 136-149. ISBN 9781472450203

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 (2014) 'Pastoral, anti-pastoral, post-pastoral.' In: Westling, L, ed. The Cambridge companion to literature and the environment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 17-30. ISBN 9781107628960

Gifford, T (2017) Pastoral. 2nd ed. Routledge, London. (Forthcoming)

Gifford, T (2017) 'Six stages in the greening of Ted Hughes.' In: Gifford, T, Robertson, N and Womald, M, eds. Ted Hughes, nature and culture. -. (Forthcoming)

Gifford, T (2015) 'Wordsworth winter school, Rydal Hall, Grasmere.' In: Head, K.J and Blessinger, P, eds. Teaching as a human experience: an anthology of contemporary poems. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 67-69.

Gregg, S.H (2015) Hacking the early modern: EEBO-TCP hackfest [blog post]. ABO Public: An Interactive Forum for Women and the Arts 1640-1830.

Gregg, S.H (2015) Students and the digital edition: a polemic [blog post]. The Institute of Historical Research Blog.

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Hill, T (2011) In search of John Robinson. In: Book Encounters: 1500-1750, 1 July 2011, Bath Spa University: Corsham Court..

Hughes, W (2004) 'Bram Stoker: a biographical introduction.' In: Hughes, W and Dalby, R, eds. Bram Stoker: a bibliography. Desert Island Books, Westcliff-on-Sea, pp. 32-43. ISBN 9781874287759

Hughes, W (2004) 'Dracula and other novels: reviewing Stoker’s fiction, 1882-1912.' In: Hughes, W and Dalby, R, eds. Bram Stoker: a bibliography. Desert Island Books, Westcliff-on-Sea, pp. 13-31. ISBN 9781874287759

Hughes, W (2017) 'Dracula’s debts to the Gothic.' In: Luckhurst, R, ed. The Cambridge companion to Dracula. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Forthcoming)

Hughes, W (2001) 'Fictional vampires in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.' In: Punter, D, ed. Companion to the Gothic. Blackwell companions to literature and culture . Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 143-154. ISBN 9780631231998

Hughes, W (2012) 'Fictional vampires in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.' In: Punter, D, ed. A new companion to the Gothic. Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 197-210. ISBN 9781405198066

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 (1995) '“For Ireland’s good”: the reconstruction of rural Ireland in Bram Stoker’s 'The snake’s pass'.' Irish Studies Review (12). pp. 17-21. ISSN 09670882

Hughes, W (1997) '“Introducing Patrick to his new self”: Bram Stoker and the 1907 Dublin exhibition.' Irish Studies Review, 5 (19). pp. 9-14. ISSN 0967-0882

Hughes, W (2016) 'Jerome K. Jerome (1859-1927).' In: McCarthy, E and Murphy, B.M, eds. Lost souls of horror and the Gothic: fifty-four neglected authors, actors, artists and others. McFarland, Jefferson, NC. ISBN 9781476663142

Hughes, W (1994) '“Militant instinct”: the perverse eugenics of Bram Stoker’s fiction.' The Bram Stoker Society Journal, 6. pp. 11-9. ISSN 1362-0126

Hughes, W (2015) Mythologizing the author of 'Dracula'. In: The International Conference Beliefs and Behaviours in Education and Culture (BBEC), 25 - 27 June 2015, West University of Timisoara, Romania.

Hughes, W (2010) On matters Gothic, then and now. In: Swindon Festival of Literature, 3 - 15 May 2010, Highworth Library, Swindon, UK.

Hughes, W (2000) "On the rim of the western sea”: sea voyages and the pioneering spirit in Bram Stoker’s later fiction. In: Textports 2000, 26 - 29 April, 2000, Liverpool Hope University College, Liverpool.

Hughes, W (2007) 'On the sanguine nature of life: blood, identity and the vampire.' In: Bak, J, ed. Post/modern Dracula: from Victorian themes to postmodern praxis. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, pp. 3-12. ISBN 9781847182005

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 (2013) 'Sexuality and the American vampire.' In: Crow, C.L, ed. A companion to American gothic. Wiley Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 340-352. ISBN 9780470671870

Hughes, W (2003) “Something secretly creeping along within it”: the origins and implications of J. S. Le Fanu’s 'Green tea'. In: GothicEx/Changes: The Sixth International Gothic Association Conference, 17 - 20 July 2003, Liverpool Hope University College, Liverpool.

Hughes, W (2014) The Stoker lecture: Le Fanu and Stoker. In: The 2014 Bram Stoker Memorial Lecture, 24 October 2014, Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland.

Hughes, W (1992) '“This mystifying medley of ancient Egypt and the twentieth century”: Bram Stoker and popular Egyptology.' The Bram Stoker Society Journal, 4. pp. 37-45. ISSN 1362-0126

Hughes, W (2014) Tomb hunting before Tutankhamen: Bram Stoker and 'The jewel of seven stars'. In: LiveFriday: Egyptomania, 31 October 2014, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK.

Hughes, W (2006) Vathek: a Gothic journey to the Orient. In: Bath Preservation Trust Lecture Series, 30 October 2006, Beckford’s Tower, Bath.

Hughes, W (2004) 'A biography of Bram Stoker.' In: Miller, E, ed. Dictionary of literary biography: Bram Stoker's Dracula: a documentary volume. Gale, New York, NY, pp. 7-16. ISBN 9780787668419

Hughes, W (2014) "The curse of Ireland in our own time": Bram Stoker and the stage Irishman. In: Bram Stoker's Visions of Ireland, 17 March 2014, Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, Bath.

Hughes, W (1999) '"A noble manliness": chivalry and masculinity in Bram Stoker's 'The snake's pass'.' In: Sammells, N and Marshall, A, eds. Irish encounters: poetry and prose since 1890. Sulis Press, Bath, pp. 16-27. ISBN 9780952685647

Hughes, W (2017) 'A quiet act of plagiarism: Bram Stoker, Wallis Budge and 'The jewel of seven stars’.' In: Wynne, C, ed. Visions of Egypt. University of Wales Press, Cardiff. (Forthcoming)

Hughes, W (2005) 'The sanguine economy: blood and the circulation of meaning in Bram Stoker’s 'Dracula'.' In: Menegaldo, G and Sipière, D, eds. Dracula: l'oeuvre de Bram Stoker et le film de Francis F. Coppola. Ellipses, Paris, pp. 83-96. ISBN 9782729825331

Hughes, W (2009) '"The taste of blood meant the end of aloneness": vampires and gay men in Poppy Z. Brite’s 'Lost souls'.' In: Smith, A and Hughes, W, eds. Queering the Gothic. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 189-201. ISBN 9780719078156

Hughes, W (2012) The un-death of the author: the fictional afterlife of Bram Stoker. In: Bram Stoker Birthday Symposium, 8 November 2012, University of Hull, Hull.

Hughes, W and Hill, T (1997) '“For the blood is the life”: the construction of purity in Bram Stoker’s 'Dracula'.' In: Hill, T, ed. Decadence and danger: writing, history and the fin de siècle. Sulis Press, Bath, pp. 128-137. ISBN 9780952685623

Hughes, W and Smith, A (1998) 'Bram Stoker, the Gothic and the development of cultural studies.' In: Hughes, W and Smith, A, eds. Bram Stoker: history, psychoanalysis and the Gothic. Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 1-11. ISBN 9780333720462

Hughes, W and Smith, A (2003) 'Defining the relationships between Gothic and the postcolonial.' Gothic Studies, 5 (2). pp. 1-6. ISSN 1362-7937

Hughes, W and Smith, A (2003) 'Introduction: Enlightenment Gothic and postcolonialism.' In: Hughes, W and Smith, A, eds. Empire and the Gothic: the politics of genre. Palgrave, Basingstoke, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9780333984055

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Lloyd, N (2008) 'Mary Julia Young: a biographical and bibliographical study.' Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780–1840, 18. ISSN 1748-0116

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Marcinkowski, M (2016) In & of: unstructured planning / ambient literature. In: What is Ambient Literature?, 14 November 2016, University of Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Literature and Culture, Birmingham, UK.

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Reeve, K (2015) 'White magic: the age of paper' by Lothar Müller, translated by Jessica Spengler [book review]. Times Higher Education. Please click the title to check availability.

Reeve, K (2018) 'The editor's nose: the past, present and future of book commissioning.' In: Baverstock, A, Bradford, R and Gonzalez, M, eds. Routledge companion to literature and publishing. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780415750226 (Forthcoming)

Rigby, K (1991) 'Beyond feminist aesthetics: feminist literature and social change' by Rita Felski [book review]. Thesis Eleven, 30 (1). pp. 178-181. ISSN 0725-5136

Rigby, K (2008) Common ground in creation. In: Towards Religious Harmony: Mentions of God in Poetry and Prose, 13 - 17 July 2008, St. Anne’s College, Oxford University, Oxford, UK.

Rigby, K (2009) Judith Wright’s ecoprophetic legacy. In: Two Fires Festival of Arts and Activism, 27 March 2009, Braidwood, New South Wales, Australia.

Rigby, K (2008) '“Lifting our eyes from the page”: literature, religion and the earth [guest editor].' Religion and Literature, 40 (1). pp. 1-9. ISSN 0888-3769

Rigby, K (2007) Literature, culture and ecology: tracing a history of place in Australia’s federal capital. In: Public Lecture Series, 22 October 2007, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Rigby, K (2007) 'Nietzsche, and Wagner: their Spinozan ethics of love and power' by T.K. Seung [book review]. Religion and Literature, 39 (2). pp. 105-108. ISSN 0888-3769

Rigby, K (2012) Spreading pestilence in Mary Shelley’s 'The last man'. In: Catastrophes: The 2012 International Conference on Romanticism, 8 - 11 November 2012, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA.

Rigby, K (2012) Unnatural disasters: rereading extreme weather events from 'Jeremiah' to 'Carpentaria'. In: The Cultural History of Climate Change, 27 - 28 August 2012, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.

Rigby, K (2012) '“Wo die Wälder rauschen so sacht": the actuality of Eichendorff’s ecopoetics.' Limbus: Australian Yearbook of German Literary and Cultural Studies, 5. pp. 91-104. ISSN 1869-1021

Rodgers, T (1997) 'Empires of the imagination: Rider Haggard, popular fiction and Africa.' In: Msiska, M.H and Hyland, P, eds. Writing and Africa. Crosscurrents. Comparative studies in European literature and philosophy . Longman, London. ISBN 058221419X

Rodgers, T (1997) 'Queer fascinations: Rider Haggard, imperial Gothic and the Orient.' In: Hill, T, ed. Decadence and danger: writing, history and the fin de siecle. Sulis, Bath. ISBN 9780952685623

Rodgers, T (1999) 'Restless desire: Rider Haggard, orientalism and the new woman.' Women: A Cultural Review, 10 (1). pp. 35-46. ISSN 0957-4042

Rodgers, T (2003) 'The Right Book Club: text wars, modernity and cultural politics in the late thirties.' Literature and History, 12 (2). pp. 1-15. ISSN 0306-1973

Rodgers, T and Greenslade, W (2005) Grant Allen and cultural politics at the fin de siècle. Ashgate, Aldershot. ISBN 9780754608653

Rodgers, T and Greenslade, W (2005) 'Resituating Grant Allen: writing, radicalism and modernity.' In: Greenslade, W and Rodgers, T, eds. Grant Allen: literature and cultural politics in the fin de siècle. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9780754608653

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Strachan, J (2011) Advertising and satirical culture in the Romantic period. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521293068

Strachan, J (2003) British satire, 1785-1840. Pickering and Chatto, London. ISBN 9781851967292

Strachan, J (2013) 'Charles Robert Maturin, Roman Catholicism and Melmoth the Wanderer.' In: Maley, W and O'Malley-Younger, A, eds. Celtic connections: Irish-Scottish relations and the politics of culture. Peter Lang, pp. 41-60. ISBN 9783034302142

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

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Walton, S (2016) Cider with Grundy: on orchards and the commonplace in Ambridge. In: The Archers in Fact and Fiction: Academic Analysis of Life in Rural Borsetshire, 17 February 2016, University of Liverpool in London.

Walton, S (2011) 'Madness and vengeance: gendered false consciousness in the golden age crime novel.' Forum: The University of Edinburgh Postgraduate Journal of Culture and the Arts, 13. ISSN 1749-9771

Walton, S (2016) Nan Shepherd's 'The living mountain'. In: Kendal Mountain Festival, 17-20 November 2016, Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal, UK.

Walton, S (2017) 'Nature trauma: ecology and the returning soldier in First World War English and Scottish fiction, 1918-1932’.' Journal of Medical Humanities. ISSN 1041-3545 (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Wright, E.H (2017) 'Women and drama in the little magazines.' In: Binckes, F and Snyder, C, eds. Women, modernism and print culture 1890-1920. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. (Forthcoming)

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