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Authored Book

Allen, Gemma (2013). The Cooke sisters: education, piety and politics in early modern England. Politics, Culture & Society in Early Modern Britain. Manchester University Press .

Bailey, Christian (2013). Between Yesterday and Tomorrow: German Visions of Europe in Germany, 1926-1950. Oxford: Berghahn.

Beinart, William and Hughes, Lotte (2007). Environment and Empire. Oxford History of the British Empire Companion Series. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Blackburn, Kevin and Hack, Karl (2005). Did Singapore have to fall? Churchill and the impregnable fortress. London, UK: Routledge.

Brunton, Deborah (2008). The Politics of Vaccination: Practice and Policy in England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland, 1800-1874. Rochester, New York: Rochester University Press.

Brunton, Deborah (2013). Health and Wellness in the 19th Century. Health and Wellness in Daily Life . Santa Barbara: ABC Clio.

Butt, John and Donnachie, Ian (1979). Industrial Archaeology in the British Isles. London: Paul Elek Ltd.

Coombes, Annie E.; Hughes, Lotte and Karega-Munene, (2013). Managing Heritage, Making Peace: History, Identity and Memory in Contemporary Kenya. London: I B Tauris.

Crone, Rosalind (2012). Violent Victorians: Popular entertainment in nineteenth-century London. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Cunningham, Andrew and Grell, Ole (2000). The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse : Religion, War, Famine and Death in reformation Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

De Renzi, Silvia (2000). Instruments in Print: Books from the Whipple Collection. Cambridge, U.K.: Whipple Museum for the History of Science.

Desmond, Adrian and Moore, James (2008). Darwin. Amsterdam: Nieuw Amsterdam.

Desmond, Adrian; Moore, James and Browne, Janet (2007). Charles Darwin. Very Interesting People. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Desmond, Adrian; Moore, James and Browne, Janet (2008). Charles Darwin : - Kurz und bündig[German ed]. Heidelberg: Spektrum.

Desmond, Adrian and Moore, James A. (2009). Darwin's Sacred Cause: Race, Slavery And The Quest For Human Origins. London: Houghton Miffin Harcourt Publishing Company.

Desmond, Adrian and Moore, James (1992). Darwin. London: Penguin.

Donnachie, Ian (2005). Robert Owen: social visionary. 2nd edition. Edinburgh, UK: Birlinn.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (2001). Collins Dictionary of Scottish history. London and Glasgow, UK: Collins.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (2007). The Birlinn companion to Scottish history. Edinburgh, UK: Birlinn Limited.

Donnachie, Ian (1979). A History of the Brewing Industry in Scotland. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd.

Donnachie, Ian (1993). History Bibliography: Industrial Archaeology. Curriculum support series , 16 (3). Dundee: Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum.

Donnachie, Ian; Graves, Adrian; Howe, Alexia and Richards, Eric (1988). That Land of Exiles: Scots in Australia. Edinburgh: Her Majesty's Stationery Office.

Donnachie, Ian and Hewitt, George (1989). A Companion to Scottish History from the Reformation to the Present. London: B.T.Batsford Ltd.

Elmer, Peter (2012). The Miraculous Conformist: Valentine Greatrakes, the Body Politic and the Politics of Healing in Restoration Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Emsley, Clive (2005). Hard Men: Violence in England since 1750. London, UK: Hambledon Press.

Emsley, Clive (2007). Crime, police and penal policy: European experiences 1750-1940. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Emsley, Clive (2004). Crime and Society in England, 1750-1900. 3rd edition. Themes in British Social History. Harlow, UK: Pearson Longman.

Emsley, Clive (2009). The Great British Bobby: A History of British Policing from the 18th Century to the Present. London: Quercus.

Emsley, Clive (2003). Napoleon: Conquest, Reform and Reorganisation. UK: Longman.

Emsley, Clive (2000). Britain and the French Revolution. UK: Longman.

Emsley, Clive (1999). Gendarmes and the State in Nineteenth-Century Europe. UK: Oxford University Press.

Emsley, Clive (1991). The English Police: A Political and Social History. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Emsley, Clive (2011). Crime and Society in Twentieth-Century England. Harlow: Longman/Pearson.

Emsley, Clive (2013). Soldier, Sailor, Beggarman, Thief: Crime and the British Armed Services since 1914. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Frevert, Ute and Bailey, Christian (2011). Gefühlswissen. Eine lexikalische Spurensuche in der Moderne. Frankfurt am Main: Campus.

Godfrey, Barry and Lawrence, Paul (2005). Crime and justice 1750-1950. Cullompton, Devon, UK: Willan Publishing.

Godfrey, Barry S.; Williams, Chris A. and Lawrence, Paul (2007). History and Crime. Key approaches to criminology. London, UK: Sage.

Goodrich, Amanda (2005). Debating England's Aristocracy in the 1790s: Pamphlets, Polemics and Political Ideas. The Royal HIstorical Society Studies in History. Woodbridge, U.K.: The Boydell Press.

Grell, Ole Peter (2011). Brethren in Christ. A Calvinist Network in Reformation Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hack, Karl (2001). Defence and decolonisation in southeast Asia: Britain, Malaya and Singapore, 1941-1968. Richmond, UK: Curzon.

Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin (2012). War Memory and the Making of Modern Malaysia and Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press.

Hack, Karl; Brocheux, Pierre; El Mechat, Samia; Frey, Marc; Nanta, Arnaud; Randrianja, Solofo and Regnault, Jean-Marc (2012). Les Décolonisations au XX Siècle: La Fin des Empires Européens et Japonais. Paris: Armand Colin.

Harrison, Rodney and Schofield, John (2010). After Modernity: Archaeological Approaches to the Contemporary Past. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.

Harrison, Rodney (2004). Shared landscapes: archaeologies of attachment and the pastoral industry in New South Wales. Studies in the Cultural Construction of Open Space. Sydney, Australia: UNSW Press. file

Harrison, Rodney (2012). Heritage: Critical Approaches. Abingdon: Routledge.

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2007). The colonial city and the challenge of modernity: urban hegemonies and civic contestations in Bombay city (1900-1925). Orient Longman.

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2007). The colonial city and the challenge of modernity: Urban hegemonies and civic contestations in Bombay (1900-1925). New Perspectives in South Asian History, 18. Andhra Pradesh, India: Orient Longman.

Holmes, Janice (2001). Religious revivals in Britain and Ireland, 1859-1905. Dublin, Ireland: Irish Academic Press.

Holmes, Janice and McCracken, Philippa (2008). A century of service: celebrating the role of deaconesses in the church. Belfast: 10Publishing.

Hughes, Lotte (2003). The No-Nonsense Guide to Indigenous Peoples. The No-Nonsense Guides. London and Oxford, UK: New Internationalist Verso.

Hughes, Lotte (2006). Moving the Maasai: A Colonial Misadventure. St Antony's Series. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. file

King, Pete (2000). Crime, Justice and Discretion in England 1740-1820. UK: Oxford University Press.

King, Peter (2006). Crime and law in England, 1750-1850: remaking justice from the margins. Past and Present Publications. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Lawrence, Paul (2005). Nationalism: history and theory. Pearson Longman.

Lawrence, Paul; Williams, Chris and Godfrey, Barry (2008). History and Crime. Key Approaches to Criminology. London: Sage.

Lentin, Antony (2001). Lloyd George and the lost peace: from Versailles to Hitler, 1919-1940. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Mombauer, Annika (2001). Helmuth von Moltke and the origins of the First World War. New Studies in European History. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Mombauer, Annika (2002). The origins of the First World War: controversies and consensus. UK: Pearson.

O'Day, Rosemary (2007). Women's Agency in Early Modern Britain and the American Colonies: Patriarchy, partnership and patronage. Themes in Social History. London, UK: Pearson/Longman.

O'Day, Rosemary (2007). Cassandra Brydges (1670-1735), First Duchess of Chandos: Life and Letters. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell Press.

O'Day, Rosemary (1995). The Longman Companion to the Tudor Age. Longman companions to history. London: Longman.

O'Day, Rosemary (2000). The professions in Early Modern England, 1450-1800: servants of the commonweal. Themes In British Social History. London: Longman / Pearson Education.

O'Day, Rosemary (2000). The Professions in Early Modern Britain 1500-1750, Servants of the Commonwealth. Themes in British Social History. Harlow: Longman.

Pittaway, Mark (2004). Eastern Europe 1939-2000. Brief Histories. London, UK: Hodder Arnold.

Williams, Chris A. (2014). Police Control Systems in Britain, 1775–1975: From Parish Constable to National Computer. Manchester: Manchester University Press (forthcoming).

Wood, J. Carter (2004). Violence and Crime in Nineteenth Century England: The Shadow of our Refinement. Routledge Studies in Modern British History, 1. London, UK: Routledge.

Wood, John Carter (2012). The Most Remarkable Woman in England: Poison, Celebrity and the Trials of Beatrice Pace. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Edited Book

Barker, Hannah and Vincent, David eds. (2001). Language, print and electoral politics, 1790-1832. Parlimentary History Record Series. UK: The Boydell Press/The Parlimentary History Yearbook Trust.

Bessel, Richard and Emsley, Clive eds. (2000). Patterns of Provocation: Police and Public Disorder. UK: Berghahn Books.

Chin, C. C. and Hack, Karl eds. (2004). Dialogues with Chin Peng: New light on the Malayan communist party. Singapore: Singapore University Press.

Cooke, Anthony; Donnachie, Ian; MacSween, Ann and Wahtley, Christopher A. eds. (1998). Major Documents. Modern Scottish History: 1707 to the Present, 5. East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press.

Cooke, Anthony; Donnachie, Ian; MacSween, Ann and Whatley, Christopher A. eds. (1998). The Transformation of Scotland, 1707-1850. Modern Scottish History: 1707 to the Present, 1. East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press.

Cooke, Anthony; Donnachie, Ian; MacSween, Ann and Whatley, Christopher A. eds. (1998). The Modernisation of Scotland, 1850 to the Present. Modern Scottish History: 1707 to the Present, 2. East Linton, East Lothian: Tuckwell Press.

Crone, Rosalind; Gange, David and Jones, Katy eds. (2007). New Perspectives in British Cultural History. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Crone, Rosalind; Halsey, Katie and Towheed, Shafquat eds. (2010). The History of Reading. Routledge Literature Readers. London: Routledge.

Crone, Rosalind and Towheed, Shafquat eds. (2011). The History of Reading, Volume 3: Methods, Strategies, Tactics. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan .

Daly, Kathleen ed. (2006). Abrege des Croniques de France, par Noel de Fribois. Societe de l'histoire de France. Paris, France: Champion.

Donnachie, Ian and Lavin, Carmen eds. (2003). From enlightenment to romanticism. Anthology I. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Donnachie, Ian ed. (1996). Studying Scottish History, Literature & Culture. Edinburgh: The Open University in Scotland.

Donnachie, Ian; Harvie, Christopher and Wood, Ian S. eds. (1989). Foward! Labour Politics in Scotland 1888-1988. Determinations. Edinburgh: Polygon.

Donnachie, Ian and Whatley, Christopher eds. (1992). The Manufacture of Scottish History. Determinations. Edinburgh: Polygon.

Emsley, Clive ed. (2005). The Persistent Prison: Problems, Images and Alternatives. London: Francis Boutle.

Emsley, Clive; Johnson, Eric and Spierenburg, Pieter eds. (2004). Social Control in Europe 1800-2000. Columbus, OH,: Ohio State University Press.

Emsley, Clive and Knafla, Louis A. eds. (1996). Crime Histories and Histories of Crime: Studies in the Historiography of Crime and Criminal Justice in Modern History. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.

Emsley, Clive ed. (2011). Theories and Origins of the Modern Police. The History of Policing, 1. Farnham: Ashgate.

Englander, David; Norman, Diana; O'Day, Rosemary and Owens, William eds. (1990). Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: An Anthology of Sources. Oxford, U.K.: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.

Fairclough, Graham; Harrison, Rodney; Jameson, John H. and Schofield, John eds. (2008). The Heritage Reader. New York: Routledge.

Godfrey, Barry; Emsley, Clive and Dunstall, Graeme eds. (2003). Comparative Histories of Crime. UK: Willan Publishing.

Graves-Brown, Paul; Harrison, Rodney and Piccini, Angela eds. (2013). The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World. Oxford Handbooks in Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Grell, Ole Peter and Cunningham, Andrew eds. (2007). Medicine and Religion in Enlightenment Europe. History of medicine in context. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Grell, Ole Peter; Cunningham, Andrew and Jütte, Robert eds. (2002). Health care and poor relief in 18th and 19th Century Northern Europe. The History of medicine in context. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Grell, Ole Peter; Cunningham, Andrew and Roeck, Bernd eds. (2005). Health care and poor relief in 18th and 19th Century Southern Europe. The History of medicine in context. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin eds. (2008). Forgotten Captives in Japanese-Occupied Asia. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia, 48. Abingdon: Routledge.

Hack, Karl and Margolin, Jean-Louis eds. (2010). Singapore from Temasek to the 21st Century: Reinventing the Global City. Singapore: National University of Singapore Publishing.

Hack, Karl and Rettig, Tobias eds. (2006). Colonial armies in southeast Asia. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia. London, UK: Routledge.

Harrison, Rodney and Williamson, Christine eds. (2004). After Captain Cook: The archaeology of the recent Indigenous Past in Australia. Indigenous Archaeologies, 2. USA: AltaMira Press; co-published with University of Sydney Archaeological Laboratory.

Harrison, Rodney; Byrne, Sarah and Clarke, Anne eds. (2013). Reassembling the Collection: Ethnographic Museums and Indigenous Agency. Advanced Seminar. Santa Fe, NM: SAR Press.

Hitchcock, Tim; King, Pete and Sharpe, Pam eds. (1997). Chronicling Poverty: The Voices and Strategies of the English Poor 1640-1840. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

King, Peter ed. (2006). Narratives of the poor in Eighteenth-Century Britain: Volume 4 Institutional responses: the refuge for the destitute. London, UK: Pickering and Chatto.

Laurence, Anne; Bellamy, Joan and Perry, Gillian eds. (2000). Women, Scholarship and Criticism: Gender and Knowledge c. 1790-1900. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Laurence, Anne; Bellamy, Joan and Perry, Gillian eds. (2000). Women, Scholarship and Criticism: Gender and Knowledge, c.1790-1900. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Laurence, Anne; Maltby, Josephine and Rutterford, Janette eds. (2009). Women and their money 1700-1950: Essays on women and finance. London: Routledge.

Laurence, Anne; Owens, W. R. and Sim, Stuart eds. (1990). John Bunyan and his England 1628-88. London: The Hambledon Press.

Lavin, Carmen and Donnachie, Ian eds. (2004). From Enlightenment to Romanticism: Anthology II. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Lawrence, Paul ed. (2011). The New Police in the Nineteenth Century. The History of Police, 2. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate.

Marwick, Arthur; Emsley, Clive and Simpson, Wendy eds. (2001). Total War and Historical Change: Europe 1914-1955. Buckinghamshire: Open University Press.

Mombauer, Annika and Deist, Wilhelm eds. (2003). The Kaiser. New Research on Wilhelm II's role in Imperial Germany. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Mombauer, Annika ed. (2013). The Origins of the First World War: diplomatic and military documents. Manchester: Manchester University Press .

Moore, James and Desmond, Adrian eds. (2004). The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex by Charles Darwin. London: Penguin Classics.

Roberts, G.K. and Russell, C.A. eds. (2005). Chemical history: reviews of the recent literature. Cambridge, UK: The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Sinclair, Georgina ed. (2011). Globalising British Policing. The History of Policing, 4. Farnham. Surrey: Ashgate Publising Limited.

Williams, Chris ed. (2004). Giving the past a future: preserving the heritage of the UK's Criminal Justice System. London, UK: Francis Boutle.

Williams, Chris A. ed. (2011). Police and Policing in the Twentieth Century. The History of Policing, 3. Farnham: Ashgate.

Byrne, Sarah; Clarke, Anne; Harrison, Rodney and Torrence, Robin eds. (2011). Unpacking the Collection: Networks of Material and Social Agency in the Museum. One World Archaeology. New York: Springer.

Emsley, Clive and Shpayer-Makov, Haia eds. (2006). Police Detectives in History, 1750-1950. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Heal, Bridget and Grell, Ole eds. (2008). The Impact of the European Reformation: Princes, Clergy and people. St. Andrews Studies in reformation History. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Grell, Ole Peter; Cunningham, Andrew and Arriabalaga, Jon eds. (2010). Centres of Medical Excellence? Medical Travel and Education in Europe 1500-1789. History of Medicine in Context. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Book Chapter

Allen, Gemma (2010). "a briefe and plaine declaration": Lady Anne Bacon’s 1564 Translation of the Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae. In: Lawrence-Mathers , Anne. and Hardman, Phillipa eds. Women and Writing, c.1340-c.1650: The Domestication of Print Culture. Manuscript Culture in the British Isles. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, pp. 62–76.

Bailey, Christian (2010). Honor bestowed and felt? Verdienstorden in the Federal Republic after 1945. In: Brunner, José ed. Politische Leidenschaften. Zur Verknüpfung von Macht, Emotion und Vernunft in Deutschland. Tel Aviver Jahrbuch für deutsche Geschichte (38). Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag GmbH, pp. 63–80. file

Brunton, Deborah (1999). The problems of implementation: the failure and success of public vaccination against smallpox in Ireland, 1840-1873. In: Jones, Greta and Malcolm, Elizabeth eds. Medicine, Disease and the State in Ireland 1650-1940. Cork: Cork University Press, pp. 138–157.

Brunton, Deborah (2002). Power, policy and practice: the public response to public health in the Scottish city. In: Sturdy, Steven ed. Medicine, health and and the public sphere in Britain, 1600-2000. Routledge Studies in the Social History of Medicine. UK: Routledge, pp. 171–188.

Byrne, Sarah; Clarke, Anne; Harrison, Rodney and Torrence, Robin (2011). Networks, agents and objects: frameworks for unpacking museum collections. In: Byrne, Sarah; Clarke, Anne; Harrison, Rodney and Torrence, Robin eds. Unpacking the Collection: Networks of Material and Social Agency in the Museum. One World Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp. 3–26.

Clericuzio, Antonio and De Renzi, Silvia (1995). Arcanarum Sagacissimi Indagatores Scientiarum; medicine, chemistry and alchemy in the early Accademia dei Lincei. In: Chambers, David and Quivigier, Francois eds. Italian Academies of the Sixteenth Century. Warburg Institute Colloquia (1). London: The Warburg Institute, pp. 175–194.

Colclough, Stephen and Vincent, David (2009). Reading. In: McKitterick, David ed. The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain Vol. VI. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 281–323. file

Crone, Rosalind (2007). Cries of Murder and Sounds of Bloodshed: The practice of reading cheap fiction in working-class communities in early Victorian London. In: Crone, Rosalind; Gange, David and Jones, Katy eds. New Perspectives in British Cultural History. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 203–213.

Crone, Rosalind (2011). Attempts to (re)shape common reading habits: Bible reading on the nineteenth-century convict ship. In: Palmer, Beth and Buckland, Adelene eds. A Return to the Common Reader: Pring Culture and the Novel, 1850-1900. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 103–120.

Crone, Rosalind (2013). Query: Victorian reading. In: Bradley, Matthew and John, Juliet eds. Reading and the Victorians. Aldershot: Ashgate, (In press).

Crone, Rosalind (2011). What readers want: criminal intelligence and the fortunes of the metropolitan press during the long eighteenth century. In: Halsey, Katie and Owens, W. R. eds. The History of Reading, Volume 2: Evidence from the British Isles, c.1750-1950, Volume 2. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 103–120.

Crone, Rosalind (2012). Publishing courtroom drama for the masses, 1820-1855. In: Lemmings, David ed. Courtrooms and the Public Sphere in Britain, 1730-1840. Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate, pp. 193–216.

Crone, Rosalind and Halsey, Katie (2012). On collecting, cataloguing and collating the evidence of reading: the "RED Movement" and its implications for digital scholarship'. In: Weller, Toni ed. History in the Digital Age. London: Routledge, pp. 95–110.

Daly, Kathleen (2002). Pape, empereur, roi de France : pouvoir et protocole a la fin du Moyen Age. In: Villain-Gandossi, C. ed. L'Europe a la recherche de son identite: actes du 125e. Lille: CTHS, pp. 93–116.

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Un linceo alla Sapienza: la natura del fuoco e dei metalli in un’orazione di Johannes Faber. In: Battistini, Andrea; De Angelis, Gilberto and Olmi, Giuseppe eds. All'origine della scienza moderna: Federico Cesi e l'Accademia dei Lincei. Bologna: Il Mulino, pp. 271–316.

De Renzi, Silvia (2000). Writing and talking of exotic animals. In: Frasca-Spada, Marina and Jardine, Nick eds. Books and the Sciences in History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 151–170.

De Renzi, Silvia (1999). 'A fountain for the thirsty' and a bank for the Pope: charity, conflicts, and medical careers at the Hospital of Santo Spirito in 17th Century. In: Grell, Ole Peter; Cunningham, Andrew and Arrizabalaga, Jon eds. Health Care and Poor Relief in Counter-Reformation Europe. London: Routledge, pp. 99–130.

De Renzi, Silvia (2000). Accademia dei Lincei; Academia del Cimento. In: Hessenbruch, Arne ed. Reader's Guide to the History of Science. London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 2–5.

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Resemblance, paternity and imagination in early modern courts. In: Mueller-Wille, Staffan and Rheinberger, Hans-Jorg eds. Heredity produced: at the crossroads of biology, politics, and culture, 1500-1870. Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology. Cambridge, Ma, USA: The MIT Press, pp. 61–83.

De Renzi, Silvia (1998). Between the market and the Academy: Robert S Whipple (1871-1953) as a collector of science books. In: Myers, Robin and Harris, Michael eds. Medicine, Mortality and the Book Trade. Publishing pathways. Winchester: St. Paul Bibliographies, pp. 87–108.

De Renzi, Silvia (2008). Per una biografia di Paolo Zacchia: nuovi documenti e ipotesi di ricerca. In: Pastore, Alessandro and Rossi, Giovanni eds. Paolo Zacchia. Alle Origini della Medicina Legale 1584-1659. Milan: FrancoAngeli, pp. 50–73.

De Renzi, Silvia and Conforti, Maria (2008). "Sapere anatomico negli ospedali romani: formazione dei chirurghi e pratiche sperimentali (1620-1720)". In: Romano, Antonella ed. Rome et la Science Moderne : entre Renaissance et Lumières. Rome: École Française de Rome, pp. 433–472.

De Renzi, Silvia and Sparti, Donatella Livia (2007). Mancini, Giulio. In: Not Set ed. Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, Volume LXVIII .. Rome, Italy: Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana, pp. 500–509.

De Renzi, Silvia (2013). Tales from cardinals' deathbeds: medical hierarchy, courtly etiquette and authority in the Counter Reformation. In: Andretta , Elisa and Nicoud, Marilyn eds. Être médecin à la cour (Italie, France et Espagne, XIIIe-XVIIIe siècle). Micrologus' Library (52). Florence: Sismel, pp. 235–258.

Desmond, Adrian; Moore, James and Browne, Janet (2004). Charles Robert Darwin. In: Matthew, Colin and Harrison, Brian eds. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 15. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 177–202.

Donnachie, Ian (2009). A New Moral World? International Dimensions of Owenism 1815-1830. In: Russell, Elizabeth ed. Transforming Utopia. Looking Forward to the End, Volume vol 1. Oxford: Peter Lang AG, pp. 185–193.

Donnachie, Ian (2005). Robert Owen and New Lanark: The lessons of history. In: Tsuzuki, C.; Hijikata, N. and Kurimito, A. eds. The Emergence of global citizenship: utopian ideas, co-operative movements and the Third Sector. Tokyo, Japan: Robert Owen Association of Japan, pp. 59–79.

Donnachie, Ian (2009). Land transport. Roads, 1600-1900. In: Veitch, Kenneth ed. Scottish Life and Society: Transport and Communications. A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology, 8. Edinburgh: John Donald / The European Ethnological Research Centre, pp. 314–338.

Donnachie, Ian (1987). The textile industry in south west Scotland 1750-1914. In: Butt, John and Ponting, Kenneth eds. Scottish Textile History. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, pp. 19–36.

Donnachie, Ian (1994). A tour of the works: early Scottish industry observed 1790-1825. In: Cummings, A. J. G. and Devine, T. M. eds. Industry, Business and Society in Scotland since 1700: Essays Presented to Professor John Butt. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd, pp. 43–57.

Donnachie, Ian (2009). World heritage. In: Harrison, Rodney ed. Understanding the Politics of Heritage. Understanding Global Heritage. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 115–153.

Donnachie, Ian (2012). Local history in Scotland. In: Kammen, Carol and Wilson, Amy eds. Encyclopedia of Local History. American Association for State and Local History Book Series. Lanham, Maryland: AltaMira Press, pp. 497–499.

Donnachie, Ian (2014). People, places and spaces. Education in Robert Owen's New Society. In: Mills, Sarah and Kraftl, Peter eds. Informal Education, Childhood and Youth. Geographies, Histories, Practices. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, pp. 81–96.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Robert Wallace. In: Rutherford, Donald ed. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 1258–1259.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Thomas Percival. In: Rutherford, Donald ed. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 923–925.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Robert Owen. In: Rutherford, Donald ed. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 887–891.

Donnachie, Ian (2004). Alexander Webster. In: Rutherford, Donald; Backhouse, Roger; Brewer, Anthony; Capie, Forrest; Clarkson, Leslie; Eltis, Walter; Gilbert, Geoffrey; Groenewegen, Peter; Harcourt, G. C.; Littlechild, Stephen; Lloyd, T. H.; Maas, Harro; Thompson, Noel and Waterman, A. M. C. eds. The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists, Volume 2. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 1265–1266.

Donnachie, Ian (1992). 'Utterly irreclaimable': Scottish convict women and Australia 1787-1852. In: Swan, Philip and Foster, David eds. Essays in Regional and Local History: in Honour of Eric M. Sigsworth. Beverley: Hutton Press, pp. 99–116.

Donnachie, Ian (2011). Robert Owen. Reputations and burning issues. In: Thompson, Noel and Williams, Chris eds. Robert Owen and his Legacy. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 13–31.

Donnachie, Ian (1998). Following the flag: Scottish brewers and beers in imperial and international markets, 1850-1939. In: Wilson, R. G. and Gourvish , T. R. eds. The Dynamics of the International Brewing Industry since 1800. Routledge International Studies in Buisness History (3). London: Routledge, pp. 123–141.

Donnachie, Ian L. (1992). The making of 'Scots on the Make': Scottish settlement and enterprise in Australia, 1830-1900. In: Devine, T. M. ed. Scottish Emigration and Scottish Society. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd, pp. 135–153.

Donnachie , Ian (1986). Economy and society in the seventeenth century in the Highlands. In: Maclean, Loraine ed. The Seventeenth Century in the Highlands. Inverness: Inverness Field Club, pp. 52–59.

Elmer, Peter (2007). Science, medicine and witchcraft. In: Barry, Jonathan and Davies, Owen eds. Palgrave Advances in Witchcraft Historiography. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 33–51.

Elmer, Peter (2001). Towards a politics of witchcraft in early modern England. In: Clark, Stuart ed. Languages of witchcraft: narrative, ideology and meaning in early modern culture. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 101–118.

Elmer, Peter (2007). Medicine, witchcraft and the politics of healing in late-seventeenth-century England. In: Grell, Ole and Cunningham, Andrew eds. Medicine and Religion in Enlightenment Europe. History of medicine in context. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 223–241.

Elmer, Peter (2013). Science and witchcraft. In: Levack, Brian ed. The Oxford Handbook of Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe and Colonial America. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 548–560.

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Bailey, Christian (2010). The continuities of West German history: conceptions of Europe, democracy and the West in interwar and postwar Germany. Geschichte und Gesellschaft, 36(4) pp. 567–596. file

Bailey, Christian (2010). The European discourse in Germany, 1939-1950: three case-studies. German History, 28(4) pp. 453–478. file

Barker, Elton; Bissell, Christopher; Hardwick, Lorna; Jones, Allan; Ridge, Mia and Wolffe, John (2012). Digital technologies: help or hindrance for the humanities? Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 11(1-2) pp. 185–200.

Beinart, William and Hughes, Lotte (2008). Empire and the Visual Representation of Nature, 1860-1960. History Compass, 6(5) pp. 1177–1193. file

Brunton, Deborah (2003). The Idea of a germ: [Essay review of] 'Spreading germs: disease theories and medical practice in Britain, 1865–1900' by Michael Worboys. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 34(2) pp. 367–373.

Brunton, Deborah (2005). Evil necessaries and abominable erections: public conveniences and private interests in the Scottish city, 1830-70. Social History of Medicine, 18(2) pp. 187–202.

Bucur, Maria; Gavrilova, Rayna; Goldman, Wendy; Healy, Maureen; Lebow, Kate and Pittaway, Mark (2009). Six historians in search of Alltagsgeschichte. Aspasia, 3 pp. 189–212.

Chapman, James (2005). 'The true business of the British movie'? A Matter of Life and Death and British film culture. Screen, 46(1) pp. 33–50.

Clune, Genevieve and Harrison, Rodney (2009). Coastal shell middens of the Abydos coastal plain, Western Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 44(Supple) pp. 70–80. file

Crone, Rosalind (2008). Comprendre la Grande-Bretagne du XIXe siècle à travers le prisme changeant de l’histoire culturelle. Revue d'histoire du dixneuvieme siècle, 37 pp. 37–54.

Crone, Rosalind (2009). Crime–and its fabrication: A review of new digital resources in the history of crime. Journal of Victorian Culture, 14(1) pp. 125–133.

Crone, Rosalind (2006). Mr and Mrs Punch in Nineteenth-Century England. The Historical Journal, 49(4) pp. 1055–1082. file

Crone, Rosalind (2010). From Sawney Beane to Sweeney Todd: Murder machines in the mid-nineteenth century metropolis. Cultural and Social History, 7(1) pp. 59–85. file

Crone, Rosalind (2010). Reappraising Victorian literacy through prison records. Journal of Victorian Culture, 15(1) pp. 3–37. file

Crone, Rosalind (2012). The great ‘Reading’ experiment: an examination of the role of education in the nineteenth-century gaol. Crime, History and Societies, 16(1) pp. 47–72. file

Daly, Kathleen (2005). 'Pour vraye congnoissance avoir': Historical culture and polemic in the French royal Chambre des comptes in Paris in the Fifteenth Century. Nottingham Medieval Studies, 49 pp. 142–189.

Daly, Kathleen (2005). Picturing Past Politics: French Kingship and History in the "Mirouer historiale abregie de France". Gesta, 44(2) pp. 103–124.

Daly, Kathleen (2006). Jean d’Auffay : culture historique et polémique à la cour de Bourgogne. Le Moyen Age, 12(3-4) pp. 603–618.

Daly, Kathleen (2007). The political will and the administrative won't? Mathieu Thomassin and his dauphins (Charles III and Louis II). Journal of Medieval History, 33(3) pp. 217–232.

De Renzi, Silvia (2001). La natura in tribunale: conoscenze e pratiche medico-legali a Roma nel XVII secolo. Quaderni Storici, 108(3) pp. 799–822.

De Renzi, Silvia (2002). Witnesses of the body: medico-legal cases in seventeenth-century Rome. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 33(2) pp. 219–242.

De Renzi, Silvia (1996). Courts and conversions: Intellectual battles and natural knowledge in counter-reformation Rome. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 27(4) pp. 429–449.

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Medical competence, anatomy and the polity in seventeenth-century Rome. Renaissance Studies, 21(4) pp. 551–567. file

De Renzi, Silvia (2007). Medical Expertise, Bodies, and the Law in Early Modern Courts. ISIS, 98(2) pp. 315–322. file

De Renzi, Silvia (2010). The risks of childbirth: physicians, finance, and women's deaths in the law courts of seventeenth-century rome. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 84(4) pp. 549–577. file

De Renzi, Silvia (2011). A career in manuscripts: genres and purposes of a physician's writing in Rome, 1600-1630. Italian Studies, 66(2) pp. 234–248. file

Donnachie, Ian (2005). Historic tourism to New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde 1795-1830: the evidence of contemporary visiting books and related sources. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 2(3) pp. 145–162.

Donnachie, Ian (2006). Orbiston:the first British Owenite community 1825-28. Spaces of Utopia: an electronic journal, 2 p. 71.

Donnachie, Ian (2007). Utopian designs: the Owenite communities. Spaces of Utopia: An Electronic Journal, 2007(6) pp. 19–34. file

Donnachie, Ian (2010). Studying local and regional history in Britain and Ireland: The Open University MA in History. Scottish Local History Journal, 78 pp. 24–28. file

Donnachie, Ian (2012). Robert Owen: towards a new moral world. History Today, 62(2) pp. 42–48.

Donnachie, Ian (1995). 'The darker side': a speculative survey of Scottish crime during the first half of the nineteenth century. Scottish Economic and Social History, 15(1) pp. 5–24.

Donnachie, Ian (1998). Robert Owen's Welsh childhood: kin, culture and environment 1771 - c. 1781. Montgomeryshire Collections, 86 pp. 81–96.

Donnachie, Ian (1986). Distance teaching of history: a comparison of Open University and Deakin University approaches. Open Campus(12) pp. 47–57.

Donnachie, Ian (1986). The convicts of 1830: Scottish criminals transported to New South Wales. Scottish Historical Review, 65(1) pp. 34–47.

Donnachie, Ian (1984). Scottish criminals and transportation to Australia 1786-1852. Scottish Economic and Social History, 4 pp. 21–38.

Donnachie, Ian (1982). World War One and the drink question. State control of the drink trade. Scottish Labour History, 17 pp. 19–26.

Donnachie, Ian (2013). A lantern in the darkness? How were Robert Owen's essays on A New View of Society influenced by the Scottish Enlightenment? Spaces of Utopia: an electronic journal, 2nd Series(2) pp. 93–100. file

Donnachie, Ian (1977). Sources of capital and capitalisation in the Scottish brewing industry c1750-1830. Economic History Review, 30(2) pp. 269–283.

Donnachie, Ian (1979). Drink and society 1750-1850. Some aspects of the Scottish experience. Scottish Labour History, 13 pp. 5–22.

Donovan, Pamela and Lawrence, Paul (2008). Road traffic offending and an inner-London magistrates’ court (1913-1963). Crime, History and Societies, 12(2) pp. 119–140. file

Ellison, Graham and Sinclair, Georgina (2013). Entrepreneurial Policing? International Policing Challenges. Open Democracy file

Emsley, Clive (2005). Filling in, adding up, moving on; Criminal Justice History in contemporary Britain. Crime, History and Societies, 9(1) pp. 117–138.

Emsley, Clive (2005). El ejercito, la policia y el mantenimiento del orden publico en Inglaterra (c.1750-1950). Política y sociedad, 42(3) pp. 15–29. file

Emsley, Clive (2007). Community Policing/Policing and Communities: Some Historical Perspectives. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 1(2) pp. 235–243.

Emsley, Clive (2008). Violent crime in England in 1919: post-war anxieties and press narratives. Continuity and Change, 23(1) pp. 173–195. file

Emsley, Clive (2003). La historia social evolutiva de la criminalidad y de los sistemas de justicia penal. Revista de Historia, 48, pp. 155–179.

Emsley, Clive (2003). Police, maintien de l'ordre et espaces urbains: une lecture anglaise. Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine, 50(1) pp. 5–12.

Emsley, Clive (2000). The Policeman as worker: a comparative survey c. 1800-1940. International Review of Social History, 45(1) pp. 89–110.

Emsley, Clive (1999). A typology of nineteenth-century police. Crime, History and Societies, 3(1) pp. 29–44.

Emsley, Clive (1999). The origins of the modern police. History Today, 49(4) pp. 8–14.

Emsley, Clive (2012). Marketing the brand: exporting British police models 1829-1950. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 6(1) pp. 43–54.

Emsley, Clive (2012). Crucifying Tommy: punishment in the First World War. History Today, 62(11) pp. 29–35. file

Emsley, Clive and Phillips, Sabine (1999). The Habsburg gendarmerie: a research agenda. German History, 17(2) pp. 241–250.

Emsley, Clive and Sinclair, Georgina (2011). Bobbies Abroad. History Today, 61(10) pp. 49–51. file

Gibbs, Martin and Harrison, Rodney (2008). Dynamics of Dispersion revisited? Archaeological context and the study of Aboriginal knapped glass artefacts in Australia. Australian Archaeology, 67 pp. 61–68.

Goodrich, Amanda (2007). Surveying the ebb and flow of pamphlet warfare: 500 rival tracts from Radicals and Loyalists in Britain, 1790-1796. British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 30(1) pp. 1–12.

Goodrich, Amanda (2013). Understanding a language of ‘aristocracy’, 1700-1850. The Historical Journal, 56(2) pp. 369–398.

Gray , Robert and Loftus, Donna (1999). Industrial regulation, urban space and the boundaries of the workplace: mid-Victorian Nottingham. Urban History, 26(2) pp. 211–229. file

Greer, Shelley; Harrison, Rodney and McIntyre-Tamwoy, Susan (2002). Community-based archaeology in Australia. World Archaeology, 34(2) pp. 265–287.

Grell, O. P. (2011). From popular, evangelical movement to Lutheran Reformation in Denmark. A case of two reformations. Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte, 102 pp. 33–58.

Grell, Ole (2005). The Reformation in Norway: a political and religious takeover. Nordost-Archiv. Zeitschrift fuer Regionalgeschichte, 8(2004) pp. 121–134.

Grell, Ole Peter (2001). From God to Devil: self-presentation and performance by early modern physicians and surgeons. Ludica, annali di storia e civilta del gioco, 5-6(2000) pp. 127–143.

Grell, Ole Peter (2009). The creation of a transnational, Calvinist network and it's significance for Calvinist identity and interaction in early modern Europe. European Review of History, 16(5) pp. 619–634.

Hack, Karl (2009). The origins of the Asian Cold War: Malaya 1948. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 40(3) pp. 471–496. file

Hack, Karl (2009). The Malayan Emergency as counter-insurgency paradigm. Journal of Strategic Studies, 32(3) pp. 383–414. file

Hack, Karl (2009). Extracting counterinsurgency lessons: The Malayan Emergency and Afghanistan. History on Rusi.org, Expand file

Hack, Karl (1999). Iron claws on Malaya: the historiography of the Malayan emergency. Journal of Southeast Asian Stdies, 30(1) pp. 99–125.

Hack, Karl (2011). Setting the record straight on the Malayan counterinsurgency strategy: interview with Karl Hack. Small Wars Journals, 7(2) file

Hack, Karl (2011). Negotiating with the Malayan Communist Party, 1948-89. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 39(4) pp. 607–632.

Hack, Karl (2011). Between terror and talking, the place of 'negotiation' in colonial conflict. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 39(4) pp. 539–549.

Hack, Karl (2012). Everyone lived in fear: Malaya and the British way of counter-insurgency'. Small Wars & Insurgencies, 23(4-5) pp. 671–699. file

Hack, Karl and Wade, Geoff (2009). The origins of the Southeast Asian Cold War. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 40(3) pp. 441–448. file

Hack, Karl A. (2002). Biar mati anak: Jangan mati adat [Better your children die than your traditions]: Locally raised forces as a barometer for imperialism and decolonisaiton in British South East Asia, 1874-2001. South East Asia Research, 10(3) pp. 245–275.

Harrison, Rodney (2006). An Artefact of Colonial Desire? Kimberley Points and the Technologies of Enchantment. Current Anthropology, 47(1) pp. 63–88.

Harrison, Rodney (2003). 'The magical virtue of these sharp things': Colonialism, Mimesis and Knapped Bottle Glass Artefacts in Australia. Journal of Material Culture, 8(3) pp. 311–336.

Harrison, Rodney (2002). Archaeology and the colonial encounter: Kimberley spearpoints, cultural identity and masculinity in the north of Australia. Journal of Social Archaeology, 2(3) pp. 352–377.

Harrison, Rodney (2007). Kimberley points and the politics of enchantment - a reply to Akerman. Current Anthropology, 48(1) pp. 133–134.

Harrison, Rodney (2003). The archaeology of ‘lost places’: ruin, memory and the heritage of the Aboriginal diaspora in Australia. Historic Environment, 17(1) pp. 18–23.

Harrison, Rodney (2002). Australia’s Iron Age: Aboriginal post-contact metal artefacts from Old Lamboo station, southeast Kimberley, WA. Australasian Historical Archaeology, 20 pp. 67–76.

Harrison, Rodney (2000). 'Nowadays with glass': Regional variation in Aboriginal bottle glass artefacts from Western Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 35(1) pp. 34–37.

Harrison, Rodney (2005). Contact archaeology and native title. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2005(1) pp. 16–29.

Harrison, Rodney and Frink, Douglas S. (2000). The OCR carbon dating procedure in Australia: New dates from Wilinyjibari Rockshelter, southeast Kimberley, Western Australia. Australian Archaeology, 51 pp. 6–15.

Harrison, Rodney; Gibbs, Martin; Burke, Shane; Przywolnik, Kathryn and Sellers, Annette (2008). Engagements in the field: Teaching field archaeology in the context of a community-driven research project. Archaeological Heritage, 1(1) pp. 29–36.

Harrison, Rodney (2009). Excavating Second Life: Cyber-archaeologies, heritage and virtual communities. Journal of Material Culture, 14(1) pp. 75–106. file

Harrison, Rodney (2009). The archaeology of the Port Hedland coastal plain and implications for understanding the prehistory of shell mounds and middens in Northwestern Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 44(Supple) pp. 81–98. file

Harrison, Rodney (2009). Towards an Archaeology of the Welfare State in Britain, 1945–2009. Archaeologies, 5(2) pp. 238–262. file

Harrison, Rodney (2010). Exorcising the ‘plague of fantasies’: mass media and archaeology’s role in the present; or, why we need an archaeology of ‘now’. World Archaeology, 42(3) pp. 328–340. file

Harrison, Rodney (2011). Surface assemblages. Towards an archaeology in and of the present. Archaeological Dialogues, 18(02) pp. 141–161.

Harrison, Rodney (2013). Forgetting to remember, remembering to forget: late modern heritage practices, sustainability and the ‘crisis’ of accumulation. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 19(6) pp. 579–595.

Harrison, Rodney and Schofield, John (2009). Archaeo-ethnography, auto-archaeology: Introducing archaeologies of the contemporary past. Archaeologies, 5(2) pp. 185–209. file

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2001). Colonial modernism and the flawed paradigms of urban renewal: the uneven development of Bombay City 1900-1925. Urban History, 28(2) pp. 235–255. file

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2009). Interconnected synchronicities: the production of Bombay and Glasgow as modern global ports c.1850–1880. Journal of Global History, 4(1) pp. 7–31. file

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2012). Cotton, climate and colonialism in Dharwar, western India, 1840-1880. Journal of Historical Geography, 38(1) pp. 1–17. file

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2001). Colonial modernism and the flawed paradigms of urban renewal: uneven development in Bombay, 1900-25. Urban History, 28(2) pp. 235–255.

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2000). The Quest for Urban Citizenship: Civic Rights, Public Opinion, and Colonial Resistance in Early Twentieth-Century Bombay. Modern Asian Studies, 34(4) pp. 797–829.

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2013). Territories of conquest, landscapes of resistance: the political ecology of peasant cultivation in Dharwar, western India, 1818-1840. Journal of Historical Geography, 42 pp. 88–99. file

Hazareesingh, Sandip and Curry-Machado, Jonathan (2009). Commodities, Empires, and Global History (Guest Editorial, Special Issue of the Journal of Global History). Journal of Global History, 4(1) pp. 1–5. file

Holmes, Janice (2002). The role of open-air preaching in the Belfast riots of 1857. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Section C, 102C(3) pp. 47–66.

Hughes, Lotte (2005). Malice in Maasailand: The historical roots of current political struggles. African Affairs, 104(415) pp. 207–224.

Hughes, Lotte (2008). Mining the Maasai Reserve: The story of Magadi. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 2(1) pp. 134–164.

Hughes, Lotte (2010). Dissident scribes: some lesser-known anti-colonial activism in and around Africa in the early 20th Century. The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 99(408) pp. 249–265.

Hughes, Lotte (2008). Rough Time in Paradise: Claims, blames and memory making around some protected areas in Kenya. Current Conservation, 2(3) p. 12. file

Hughes, Lotte (2007). Rough Time in Paradise: Blames, claims and memory-making around some protected areas in Kenya. Conservation and Society, 5(3) pp. 307–330. file

Hughes, Lotte (2011). 'Truth be Told': some problems with historical revisionism in Kenya. African Studies, 70(2) pp. 182–201.

Hughes, Lotte; Coombes, Annie E. and Karega-Munene, (2011). Introduction. African Studies, 70(2) pp. 175–181.

King, Pete (2004). The Summary courts and social relations in eighteenth-century England. Past and Present, 183(1) pp. 125–172.

King, Pete (1999). Locating histories of crime: A bibliographical study. British Journal of Criminology, 39(1) pp. 161–174.

King, Pete (1998). The rise of juvenile delinquency in England 1780-1840, Changing patterns of perception and prosecution, past and present. Past and Present, 160(1) pp. 116–166.

King, Pete (1996). Female offenders, work and life-cycle change in late-eighteenth-century London. Continuity and Change, 11(1) pp. 61–90.

King, Pete (1996). Edward Thompson's contribution to eighteenth-century studies. The patrician-plebeian model re-examined. Social History, 21(2) pp. 215–228.

King, Pete (1996). Punishing assault: The transformation of attitudes in the English courts. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 27(1) pp. 43–74.

King, Peter (2009). Making crime news: newspapers, violent crime and the selective reporting of Old Bailey trials in the late eighteenth century. Crime, History and Societies, 13(1) pp. 91–116.

King, Peter (2007). Newspaper reporting and attitudes to crime and justice in late eighteenth and early nineteeth century London. Continuity and Change, 22(1) pp. 73–112. file

Laurence, Anne (2008). The emergence of a private clientele for banks in the early eighteenth century: Hoare's Bank and some women customers. Economic History Review, 61(3) pp. 565–586.

Laurence, Anne (2003). Women using building in seventeenth-century England: a question of sources? Royal Historical Society Transactions, 13 pp. 293–303.

Laurence, Anne (2003). Space, status and gender in English topographical paintings c.1660-c.1740. Architectural History, 46 pp. 81–94.

Laurence, Anne (2006). Women, godliness and personal appearance in seventeenth-century England. Women's History Review, 15 pp. 69–81.

Laurence, Anne (2006). Women investors, 'that nasty South Sea affair', and the rage to speculate in early eighteenth-century England. Accounting, Business and Financial History, 16(2) pp. 245–264.

Laurence, Anne (2006). Lady Betty Hastings, her half-sisters and the South Sea Bubble: family fortunes and strategies. Women's History Review, 15(4) pp. 533–540.

Laurence, Anne (2009). Women and the Transmission of Property: Inheritance in the British Isles in the 17th Century. Dix-septième siècle, 244(3) pp. 435–450. file

Laurence, Anne (2010). Lady Betty Hastings (1682-1739): Godly patron. Women's History Review, 19(2) pp. 201–213. file

Lawrence, Paul (2001). Naturalization, ethnicity and national identity in France between the wars. Immigrants and Minorities, 20(3) pp. 1–24.

Lawrence, Paul (2003). The Paris police and the regulation of the poor in late-nineteenth-century Paris. Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, 29 pp. 176–185.

Lawrence, Paul; Baycroft, Timothy and Grohmann, Carolyn (2001). 'Degrees of foreignness' and the construction of identity in French border regions during the inter-war period. Contemporary European History, 10(1) pp. 51–71.

Lawrence, Paul (2012). History, Criminology and the 'Use' of the Past. Theoretical Criminology, 16(3) p. 313.

Lentin, Antony (2004). Maynard Keynes and the 'Bamboozlement' of Woodrow Wilson: What really happened at Paris? (Wilson, Lloyd George, pensions and pre-armistice agreement). Diplomacy and Statecraft, 15(4) pp. 725–763.

Loftus, Donna (2002). Capital and community: limited liability and attempts to democratize the market in mid-Nineteenth Century England. Victorian Studies, 45(1 Special Issue: Victorian Investments) pp. 93–120.

Loftus, D. (2000). The self-made man: businessmen and their autobiographies in nineteenth century Britain. Business Archives, 80 pp. 12–30.

Loftus, Donna (2011). Investigating work in late nineteenth-century London. History Workshop Journal, 71(1) pp. 173–193.

Mackie, R. (2001). Family ownership and business survival: Kirkcaldy, 1870-1970. Business History, 43(3) pp. 1–32.

Mackie, Robin (2007). Counting chemists: the distribution of chemical expertise in Scotland in the first half of the twentieth century. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 27(1) pp. 48–74.

Mackie, Robin (2001). 'Best for the family': researching families and business. Family and Community History, 4(1) pp. 31–44. file

Mackie, Robin (2012). Bearing ‘the burden and heat of the day’: the experience of business failure in Douglas and Grant Ltd. Business History, 54(5) pp. 689–712.

Mombauer, Annika (2006). The Battle of the Marne: myths and reality of Germany's "fateful battle". The Historian, 68(4) pp. 747–769.

Mombauer, Annika (2007). The First World War: Inevitable, Avoidable, Improbable Or Desirable? Recent Interpretations On War Guilt and the War’s Origins. German History, 25(1) pp. 79–95.

Mombauer, Annika (2005). Of war plans and war guilt: The debate surrounding the Schlieffen Plan. Journal of Strategic Studies, 28(5) pp. 857–885.

Mombauer, Annika (1999). A reluctant military leader? Helmuth von Moltke and the July crisis of 1914. War in History, 6(4) pp. 417–446.

Mombauer, Annika (2004). From imperial army to Bundeswehr: Continuity and change in the role of the military in German history. The Historical Journal, 47(1) pp. 187–193. file

Mombauer, Annika (2013). The Fischer controversy, documents, and the ‘truth’ about the Origins of the First World War. Journal of Contemporary History, 48(2) pp. 290–314.

Mombauer, Annika (2013). The Fischer controversy 50 years on. Journal of Contemporary History, 48(2) pp. 231–240.

Moore, James (2007). R. A. Fisher: A Faith Fit for Eugenics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 38(1) pp. 110–135.

Moore, James (2006). Wallace in Wonderland. Annals of the History and Philosophy of Biology, 11, pp. 139–154.

Moore, James (2010). Darwin’s progress and the problem of slavery. Progress in Human Geography, 34 pp. 555–582.

Moore, James (2010). Eloges: Ralph Colp, 1924–2008. Isis, 101(3) pp. 599–602.

Moore, James (2010). Darwin communicates with the Christian world: his transatlantic strategy. Filosofia e História da Biologia, 5, pp. 309–326.

Müller-Wood, Anja and Wood, John Carter (2010). How is culture biological? Violence: real and imagined. Politics and Culture(2)

Müller-Wood, Anja and Wood, J. Carter (2007). Bringing the past to heel: History, identity and violence in Ian McEwan's Black Dogs. Literature and History, 16(2) pp. 43–56. file

Nicolson, Margaret and Donnachie, Ian (2003). The New Lanark Highlanders: migration, community, and language 1785-c.1850. Family & Community History, 6(1) pp. 19–32. file

O'Day, Rosemary (2007). Social change in the history of education: perspectives on the emergence of learned professions in England, c.1500-1800. History of Education, 36(4/5) pp. 409–428.

O'Day, Rosemary and Berlatsky, Joel (1979). The letter book of Bishop Thomas Bentham 1560-1561. Camden Fourth Series, 22, pp. 113–238.

O'Day, Rosemary (2008). Family Galleries: Women and Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Huntington Library Quarterly, 71(2) pp. 323–349. file

Pittaway, Mark (2005). Introduction: workers and socialist states in postwar central and eastern Europe. International Labor and Working-Class History, 68(Fall) pp. 1–8. file

Pittaway, Mark (2003). The Education of dissent: the reception of the Voice of Free Hungary, 1951-1956. Cold War History, 4(1) pp. 97–116. file

Pittaway, Mark (2002). The reproduction of hierarchy: skill, working-class culture and the state in early socialist Hungary. Journal of Modern History, 74(4) pp. 737–769. file

Pittaway, Mark (2006). A magyar forradalom új megközelítésben: az ipari munkásság, a szocializmus széthullása és rekonstrukciója, 1953-1958. Eszmélet(72) pp. 11–31. file

Pittaway, Mark (2005). A múlt lezárása a háború utáni Ausztriaban: Emlékezet, nemzetiszocializmus és 1945 értlemezése Észak-Burgenlandban. Eszmélet(65) pp. 97–110. file

Pittaway, Mark (1999). The social limits of state control: Time, the industrial wage relation and social identity in Stalinist Hungary, 1948-1953. Journal of Historical Sociology, 12(3) pp. 271–301. file

Pittaway, Mark (2005). Creating and domesticating Hungary's socialist industrial landscape; from Dunapentele to Sztálinváros, 1950-1958. Historical Archaeology, 39(3) pp. 75–93. file

Pittaway, Mark (2008). Making peace in the shadow of war: The Austrian-Hungarian borderlands, 1945-1956. Contemporary European History, 17(3) pp. 345–364. file

Pittaway, Mark (2004). The politics of legitimacy and Hungary's postwar transition. Contemporary European History, 13(4) pp. 453–475. file

Pittaway, Mark (2007). The Revolution and Industrial Workers: The Disintegration and Reconstruction of Socialism, 1953-1958. Hungarian Studies Review, XXXIV(1-2) pp. 115–154. file

Prenzler, Tim and Sinclair, Georgina (2013). The status of women police officers: an international review. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 41(2) pp. 115–131. file

Purdue, A. W. (2005). The history of the north-east in the modern period: themes, concerns, and debates since the 1960s. Northern History, 42(1) pp. 107–117.

Ridge, Mia (2013). From tagging to theorizing: deepening engagement with cultural heritage through crowdsourcing. Curator: The Museum Journal, 56(4) pp. 435–450. file

Ridge, Mia; Lafreniere, Don and Nesbit, Scott (2013). Creating deep maps and spatial narratives through design. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 7(1-2) pp. 176–189. file

Roberts, Gerrylynn K. and Simmons, Anna E. (2007). The Overseas dimensions of British chemical societies, 1890-1950. Historia Scientiarum, 16(3) pp. 224–243.

Roberts, Gerrylynn K. and Simmons, Anna E. (2009). British chemists abroad, 1887-1971: the dynamics of chemists' careers. Annals of Science, 66(1) pp. 103–128.

Sinclair, Georgina and Williams, Chris (2007). 'Home and Away': The Cross-Fertilisation between 'Colonial' and 'British' Policing, 1921-85. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 35(2) pp. 221–238.

Sinclair, Georgina (2008). The 'Irish' policeman and the Empire: influencing the policing of the British Empire–Commonwealth. Irish Historical Studies, XXXVI(142) pp. 173–187. file

Sinclair, Georgina (2011). 'The sharp end of the intelligence machine': the rise of the Malayan Police Special Branch 1948-1955. Intelligence and National Security; , 26(4) pp. 460–477. file

Sinclair, Georgina (2012). Exporting the UK Police ‘Brand’: The RUC-PSNI and the International Policing Agenda. Policing: a journal of policy and practice, 6(1) pp. 55–66. file

Vincent, D.M. (2003). The Progress of Literacy. Victorian Studies, 45(3) pp. 405–431.

Vincent, David (2003). Literacy Literacy. Interchange, 34(2-3) pp. 341–357.

Waites, Bernard (2005). Defeat in victory? European empires in South East Asia. Everyone's War, 2005(12) pp. 55–60.

Williams, Chris (2003). Britain’s police forces: forever removed from democratic control? History and Policy

Williams, Chris (2000). Counting crimes or counting people: some implications of mid-nineteenth century British police returns. Crime, History and Societies, 4(2) pp. 77–93.

Williams, Chris A. (2003). Police surveillance and the emergence of CCTV in the 1960s. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 5(3) pp. 27–37.

Williams, Chris A. (2008). Constables for hire: the history of private 'public' policing in the UK. Policing and Society, 18(2) pp. 190–205.

Williams, Chris A. (2008). Ideologies, structures and contingencies: writing the history of British criminal justice since 1975. Revue Francaise de Civilisation Britannique, 14(4) pp. 59–84.

Williams, Chris A.; Patterson, James and Taylor, James (2009). Police filming English streets in 1935: the limits of mediated identification. Surveillance and Society, 6(1) pp. 3–9.

Williams, Chris A. (2003). Catégorisation et stigmatisation policières á Sheffield au milieu du XIXe siècle [Numbering crimes and measuring space: policing Sheffield in the mid-nineteenth century]. Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, 50(1) pp. 104–125. file

Williams, Chris A. (2011). Police governance – community, policing, and justice in the modern UK. Taiwan in Comparative Perspective, 3 pp. 50–65.

Wood, J. Carter (2003). Self-policing and the policing of the self: Violence, protection and the civilizing bargain in Britain. Crime, History and Societies, 7(1) pp. 109–128.

Wood, John Carter (2010). 'The third degree': press reporting, crime fiction and police powers in 1920s Britain. Twentieth Century British History, 21(4) pp. 464–485.

Wood, J. Carter (2007). The Limits of Culture? Society, Evolutionary Psychology and the History of Violence. Cultural and Social History, 4(1) pp. 95–114. file

Wood, J. Carter (2004). A useful savagery: The invention of violence in nineteenth-century England. Journal of Victorian Culture, 9(1) pp. 22–42. file

Wood, J. Carter (2006). Criminal violence in modern Britain. History Compass, 4(1) pp. 77–90. file

Wood, J. Carter (2007). Evolution, civilization and history: A response to Wiener and Rosenwein. Cultural and Social History, 4(4) pp. 559–565. file

Wood, John (2009). 'Those who have had trouble can sympathise with you': Press writing, reader responses and a murder trial in interwar Britain. Journal of Social History, 43(2) pp. 339–462. file

Wood, John Carter (2010). Reading spaces and reading violence in nineteenth-century Britain. Journal for the Study of British Cultures, 17(2) pp. 133–143.

Wood, John Carter (2011). A change of perspective: integrating evolutionary psychology into the historiography of violence. British Journal of Criminology, 51(3) pp. 479–498. file

Conference Item

Daly, Kathleen (2004). French pretensions to Valois Burgundy: history and polemic in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. In: Centre europeen d'etudes bourguignonnes (XIVe-XVIe S), 25-27 September 2003, Malines, Belgium.

Emsley, Clive; Levy, Rene and Rousseaux, Xavier (2000). The theory and practice of justice: laws, norms, deviance. In: 19th International Congress of Historical Sciences, 6-13 August 2000, Oslo, Norway, University of Oslo, pp. 155–166.

Hughes, Lotte (2002). Blood Oaths, Boundaries and Brothers. In: The Power of Oral History: Memory, healing and development. 12th International Oral History Conference, 24-27 June 2002, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

Moore, James (2010). Darwin’s pitch to the Christian world: his transatlantic strategy. In: Darwin in Communication: Reading Materials, International Conference on Darwin in China, 26-28 Aug 2010, Beijing, People's Republic of China.

Thesis

Bailey, Keith Alan (1995). The metamorphosis of Battersea, 1800-1914 : a building history. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Gosling, Sally Catherine (2000). Sex and gender roles in gentle and noble families, c.1575-1660, with a particular focus on marriage formation. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Matheson, Julia (2010). Common ground: horticulture and the cultivation of open space in the East End of London, 1840-1900. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Oram, Gerard Christopher (2000). “What alternative punishment is there?”: military executions during World War I. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Ward, Jennifer (1993). Origins and development of forensic medicine and forensic science in England, 1823-1946. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Other

Donnachie, I (2003). William Maclure: Science, Pestalozziansim and Reform in Europe and the United States. Not Set, London, UK.

Donnachie, Ian (2003). Education in Robert Owen's New Society: The New Lanark Institute and Schools. Not Set, London, UK.

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