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Hill, T (2020) '"To the Honour of our Nation abroad": the merchant as adventurer in civic pageantry.' In: Finlayson, J.C and Sen, A, eds. Civic performance: pageantry and entertainments in early modern London. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 13-31. ISBN 9781138228399

Hill, T (2017) '"The grocers honour": or, taking the City seriously in 'The knight of the burning pestle'.' Early Theatre, 20 (2). pp. 159-178. ISSN 2293-7609

Hill, T (2017) Tom Rutter, Shakespeare and the Admiral's Men: reading across repertories on the London stage [book review]. Renaissance Studies, 32 (5). pp. 819-820. ISSN 0269-1213

Hill, T (2017) The theatrical city. In: Public Lecture, 14 November 2017, Garrick Club, London.

Hill, T (2017) Entertaining King James: royal progresses, pageantry and pastimes in the early modern period. In: Fit for a King - James VI and I's Visit to Hoghton Tower in Context, 5 May 2017, Hoghton Tower, Preston, UK.

Hill, T (2017) ''Euer Obedient in His Studies': Thomas Middleton and the City, 1620–1622.' The London Journal, 42 (2). pp. 137-150. ISSN 0305-8034

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 (2017) '“In fiction as in fact”: 40 years of literary studies in The London Journal.' The London Journal, 42 (1). pp. 1-12. ISSN 0305-8034

Hill, T (2016) ‘To the Honour of our Nation abroad’: overseas venturing in the early modern Lord Mayor’s Show. In: London Renaissance Seminar: Ship and Nation in Early Modern England, 12 November 2016, Birkbeck School of Art, London, UK.

Hill, T (2016) The city celebrates Lord Mayor’s Day, 1616/2016. In: Guildhall Library Walks, 28 October 2016, Guildhall Library, London, UK.

Hill, T (2016) Theatres, inns and liberties. In: Guildhall Library Walks, 9 September 2016, Guildhall Library, London, UK.

Hill, T (2016) "As well by the English as by the Strangers": the presence of the stranger in civic pageantry. In: 13th International Conference on Urban History: Reinterpreting Cities, 24 - 27 August 2016, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.

Hedrick, D, Sempel, E and Hill, T (2016) Paratheatrical entertainments in Shakespeare’s London and London’s Shakespeare. In: World Shakespeare Congress, 31 July - 6 August 2016, Kings' College London, London, UK.

Hill, T (2016) Samuel Pepys: plague, fire, revolution [book review]. The London Journal, 41 (2). pp. 190-192. ISSN 0305-8034

Hill, T (2016) Strangers and aliens: immigrants in early modern London. In: Arts Public Lecture Series, 5 May 2016, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, UK.

Hill, T (2016) "The grocers honour”: or, Taking the city seriously in 'The knight of the burning pestle'. In: Beaumont400 Conference, 11 - 12 March 2016, King’s College London, London, UK.

Hill, T (2015) 'The 1616 Show.' In: Reid, D and Bowen, H, eds. Lord Mayor's Show: 800 years 1215-2015. Third Millennium, London, pp. 92-93. ISBN 9781908990556

Hill, T (2015) 'Commentators and eyewitness accounts.' In: Reid, D and Bowen, H, eds. Lord Mayors' Show: 800 years 1215-2015. Third Millennium, London, pp. 86-87. ISBN 9781908990556

Hill, T (2015) 'Plague, storms and the Great Fire.' In: Reid, D and Bowen, H, eds. Lord Mayor's Show: 800 years 1215-2015. Third Millennium, London, pp. 96-97. ISBN 9781908990556

Hill, T (2015) 'The Show in the Elizabethan era.' In: Reid, D and Bowen, H, eds. Lord Mayor's Show: 800 years 1215-2015. Third Millenniumn, London, pp. 88-89. ISBN 9781908990556

Hill, T (2015) 'Speechwriters in the early modern period.' In: Reid, D and Bowen, H, eds. Lord Mayor's Show: 800 years 1215-2015. Third Millennium, London, pp. 90-91. ISBN 9781908990556

Hill, T (2014) 'Festivals.' In: Hadfield, A, Dimmock, M and Shinn, A, eds. The Ashgate research companion to popular culture in early modern England. Ashgate, Basingstoke, pp. 43-58. ISBN 9781409436843

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 (2014) Translations: Middleton and the city, c. 1621. In: 42nd Annual Meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America, 9 - 12 April 2014, Hyatt Regency, St. Louis, MO, USA.

Barron, C, Hill, T and Gray, D (2014) Reviews [book reviews]. The London Journal, 39 (3). pp. 295-302. ISSN 0305-8034

Hill, T (2013) '"On the most Eminent seate thereof is Gouernement Illustrated": staging power in the Lord Mayor's Show.' In: Loughnane, R and Semple, E, eds. Staged transgression: performing disorder in early modern England. Palgrave, pp. 24-36. ISBN 9781137349347

Hill, T (2013) ‘To the Honour of our Nation abroad’: the merchant as adventurer in civic pageantry. In: Japan and Britain, 1613: Parallels and Exchanges, 19 - 21 September 2013, SOAS, London, UK.

Hill, T (2013) “All eyes still open to behold them: And all harts and hands to applaud them”: the audiences of the Lord Mayor’s Show. In: The 59th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, 4 - 6 April 2013, Sheraton Hotel, San Diego, CA, USA.

Hill, T (2011) Pageantry and power: a cultural history of the early modern Lord Mayor's Show, 1585-1639. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719080104

Hill, T (2011) The city celebrates: the Lord Mayor's Show, 1585-1639. In: The Guildhall 600th Anniversary Public Lecture Series, October 2011, Guildhall, London, UK.

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

Hill, T (2011) 'The Triumphes of Golde: the Goldsmiths' company in civic pageantry.' Goldsmiths Review, 10/11. pp. 18-19. ISSN 0953-0355

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 (2008) 'A briefe narration of each seuerall shew': the Lord Mayor's Show from street to print. In: Material Readings in Early Modern Culture: 1550-1700, 11-12 April 2008, University of Plymouth.

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.

Hill, T (2007) 'Representing the awefull authoritie of soueraigne Maiestie': monarchs and mayors in Anthony Munday's The Triumphes of re-united Britania.' In: Burgess, G, Lawrence, J and Wymer, R, eds. The Accession of James I: Historical and Cultural Consequences. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 15-33. ISBN 1403948992

Hill, T (2006) 'Putting London centre-stage.' The Cambridge Quarterly, 35 (1). pp. 94-97. ISSN 14716836

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 (2005) '"The Cittie is in an uproare": staging London in The Booke of Sir Thomas More.' Early Modern Literary Studies, 11 (1). ISSN 1201-2459

Hill, T (2004) Anthony Munday and civic culture. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719063824

Hill, T (2003) "Representing the awefull authoritie of soueraigne Maiestie": The triumphs of reunited Britannia, Anthony Munday's first Jacobean Lord Mayor's show. In: 1603: The Historical and Cultural Consequences of the Accession of James I, June 2003, Hull University.

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 (2000) "A faithful affected freend to his countrey": Anthony Munday and Rome. In: Second International Conference of the Tudor Symposium, September 2000, Newcastle University.

Hill, T (1999) ''Marked down for omission': censorship and the booke of Sir Thomas More.' Parergon, 17 (1). pp. 63-87. ISSN 1832-8334

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

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

Hill, T, ed. (1997) Decadence and danger: writing, history and the fin de siecle. Sulis Press, Bath. ISBN 0952685620

Hill, T (1997) ''He hath changed his coppy': anti‐theatrical writing and the turncoat player.' Critical Survey, 9 (3). pp. 59-77. ISSN 0011-1570

Hill, T and Hughes, W, eds. (1995) Contemporary writing and national identity. Sulis, Bath. ISBN 0952685604

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

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