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Authored Book

Anderson, Linda and Neale, Derek (2009). Writing fiction. Abingdon: Routledge.

Brown, Richard Danson (2009). Louis MacNeice and the Poetry of the 1930s. Writers and their Work. Tavistock, UK: Northcote House Publishers Ltd.

Brown, Richard Danson and Lethbridge, Julian (2013). Concordance to the Rhymes of the Faerie Queene: with two studies of Spenser's Rhymes. The Manchester Spenser. Manchester: Manchester University Press. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2003). George Eliot, music and Victorian culture. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dobson, Michael and Watson, Nicola J. (2004). England's Elizabeth: an afterlife in fame and fantasy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Doloughan, Fiona (2011). Contemporary Narrative: Textual Production, Multimodality and Multiliteracies. London and New York: Continuum.

Doloughan, Fiona (2001). Communication Skills and the Knowledge Economy: language, literacy and the production of meaning. Perspectives on Education Policy (11). London, U.K.: Institute of Education.

Fraser, Robert (2001). The chameleon poet: a life of George Barker. London, UK: Jonathan Cape.

Fraser, Robert (2002). The Chameleon Poet: A Life of George Barker. Paperback edition [revised]. London, UK: Pimlico.

Fraser, Robert (2002). Ben Okri: Towards the Invisible City. Writers and their work. Tavistock, UK: Northcote House.

Fraser, Robert (2008). Book History Through Postcolonial Eyes: Rewriting the Script. London, UK: Routledge.

Fraser, Robert (2012). Night Thoughts: The Surreal Life of the Poet David Gascoyne. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (2006). A political biography of Daniel Defoe. Eighteenth century political biographies. London, UK: Pickering & Chatto.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1988). The Canonisation of Daniel Defoe. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1994). Defoe De-Attributions: A Critique of J. R. Moore's 'Checklist'. London and Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1998). A Critical Bibliography of Daniel Defoe. London: Pickering and Chatto.

Greenwell, Bill (2006). Impossible Objects. Blaenau Ffestiniog: Cinnamon Press.

Gupta, Suman (2009). Globalization and Literature. Cambridge: Polity.

Gupta, Suman (2003). Re-reading Harry Potter. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gupta, Suman (2006). Theory and reality of democracy: a case study in Iraq. UK: Continuum.

Gupta, Suman (2001). Corporate capitalism and political philosophy. London, UK: Pluto.

Gupta, Suman (2002). The replication of violence: thoughts on international terrorism after September 11th 2001. London, UK: Pluto Press.

Gupta, Suman (2007). Social constructionist identity politics and literary studies. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gupta, Suman (2009). Re-Reading Harry Potter (2nd Edn). Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gupta, Suman (2011). Imagining Iraq: Literature in English and the Iraq Invasion. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gupta, Suman (2011). Contemporary Literature: The Basics. Basics. London: Routledge.

Hammond, Mary (2006). Reading, publishing and the formation of literary taste in England, 1880-1914. The Nineteenth Century. London, UK: Ashgate.

Haslam, Sara (2002). Fragmenting modernism: Ford Madox Ford, the novel and the Great War. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Haslam, Sara and Neale, Derek (2009). Life writing. Abingdon: Routledge.

Heck, Thomas F.; Erenstein, Robert; Katritzky, M. A.; Peeters, Frank; Smith, William A. and de Vries, Lyckle (1999). Picturing Performance: The Iconography of the Performing Arts in Concept and Practice. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.

Hooper, Glenn (2005). Travel writing and Ireland, 1760-1860: culture, history, politics. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

Johnson, David; Pete, Steve and Du Plessis, Max (2001). Jurisprudence: a South African perspective. Durban, South Africa: Butterworths.

Johnson, David (2011). Imagining the Cape Colony. History, Literature and the South African Nation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Katritzky, M. A. (2006). The art of commedia: a study in the commedia dell'arte 1560-1620 with special reference to the visual records. Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literatur, 100. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi.

Katritzky, M. A. (2007). Women, medicine and theatre 1500-1750: literary mountebanks and performing quacks. Studies in performance and early modern drama. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Katritzky, M.A. (2012). Healing, performance and ceremony in the writings of three early modern physicians: Hippolytus Guarinonius and the brothers Felix and Thomas Platter. The history of medicine in context. Ashgate. file

Nasta, Susheila (2002). Home truths: fictions of the South Asian diaspora in Britain. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

Nasta, Susheila (1992). An Annotated Bibliography of Novelists from Africa, the Caribbean and South Asia. London, UK: British Council Publications.

Nasta, Susheila and Stadtler, Florian (2013). Asian Britain: A Photographic History. London: Westbourne Press.

Neale, Derek (2012). The Book of Guardians. London: Salt.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. (1985). A KWIC Concordance to Daniel Defoe's 'Moll Flanders'. Garland Reference Library of the Humanities. New York and London: Garland.

Pacheco, Anita (2007). William Shakespeare: Coriolanus. Writers and their Work. Tavistock, Devon: Northcote House.

Spackman, I. J.; Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. (1987). A KWIC Concordance to Daniel Defoe's 'Robinson Crusoe'. New York and London: Garland Publishing.

Stadtler, Florian (2013). Fiction, Film, and Indian Popular Cinema: Salman Rushdie's Novels and the Cinematic Imagination. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. Abingdon: Routledge.

Tickell, Alex (2007). Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things. Routledge Guides to Literature. Abingdon: Routledge.

Tickell, Alex (2012). Terrorism, Insurgency and Indian-English Literature, 1830-1947. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. London: Routledge .

Walder, Dennis (2003). Athol Fugard. Writers and their work. Tavistock, UK: Northcote House.

Walder, Dennis (2011). Postcolonial Nostalgias: Writing, Representation, and Memory. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. Abingdon: Routledge.

Watson, Nicola (1994). Revolution and the Form of the British Novel 1790-1825: Intercepted Letters, Interrupted Seductions. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Watson, Nicola J. (2006). The Literary tourist: readers and places in Romantic and Victorian Britain. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Edited Book

Anderson, Linda ed. (2005). Creative writing: A workbook with readings. Abingdon, UK: Routledge and The Open University.

Asbee, Sue ed. (2013). Yellow Book Writers. The Women Aesthetes: British Writers, 1870 - 1900, 3. London: Pickering and Chatto.

Brewer, Derek and Gibson, Jonathan eds. (1997). A companion to the Gawain-poet. Arthurian Studies, 38. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer.

Burke, Victoria E. and Gibson, Jonathan eds. (2004). Early Modern Women's Manuscript Writing: Selected Papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium. Aldershot: Ashgate.

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 .

Da Sousa Correa, Delia ed. (2006). Phrase and subject: studies in literature and music. Oxford, UK: Modern Humanities Research Association and Maney Publishing.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia ed. (2000). The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Realisms. Routledge.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia and Owens, W. R. eds. (2010). The Handbook to Literary Research. Abingdon: Routledge.

Eliot, Simon and Owens, W.R. eds. (1998). A Handbook to Literary Research. London : Routledge.

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.

Favret, Mary A. and Watson, Nicola eds. (1994). At the Limits of Romanticism: Essays in Cultural, Feminist, and Materialist Criticism. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Fraser, Robert ed. (2011). La Rama Dorada: Magia y religion. Seccion de Obras de Antropologica . Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Economica .

Fraser, Robert and Hammond, Mary eds. (2008). Books Without Borders, Volume 1: The Cross-national Dimension in Print Culture. Houndmills, Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan.

Fraser, Robert and Hammond, Mary eds. (2008). Books Without Borders, Volume Two: Perspectives from South Asia. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Gupta, Suman; Basu, Tapan and Chattarji, Subarno eds. (2009). Globalization in India: Contents and Discontents. Delhi: Pearson Education.

Gupta, Suman and Katsarska, Milena eds. (2010). English Studies On This Side: Post-2007 Reckonings. Plovdiv, Bulgaria: University of Plovdiv Press.

Gupta, Suman and Omoniyi, Tope eds. (2007). The cultures of economic migration: international perspectives. Studies in Migration and Diaspora. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Hammond, Mary and Towheed, Shafquat eds. (2007). Publishing in the First World War: Essays in Book History. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Haslam, Sara ed. (2005). Ford Madox Ford and the city. International Ford Madox Ford Studies, 4. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi.

Haslam, Sara ed. (2011). A Man Could Stand Up- by Ford Madox Ford. Parade's End, 3. Manchester: Carcanet.

Haslam, Sara and Asbee, Sue eds. (2012). The Twentieth Century. Reading and Studying Literature, 3. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Haslam, Sara and O'Malley, Seamus eds. (2012). Ford Madox Ford and America. International Ford Madox Ford Studies, 11. Amsterdam: Rodopi .

Hooper, Glenn ed. (2005). Landscape and Empire, 1770-2000. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Hooper, Glenn ed. (2001). Letters from Ireland: Harriet Martineau. Dublin, Ireland: Irish Academic Press.

Hooper, Glenn and Graham, Colin eds. (2002). Irish and postcolonial writing: history, theory, practice. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

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

Martin, Graham and Owens, W. R. eds. (1988). Literature and Liberation: Selected Essays. Manchester, U.K.: Manchester University Press.

Montgomery, Heather and Watson, Nicola eds. (2009). Children's literature: Classic texts and contemporary trends. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (2004). Writing across worlds: contemporary writers talk. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (2005). Africa 05. London, UK: Wasafiri.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (1988). Critical Perspectives on Sam Selvon: A Collection of Essays, Reviews, Articles and Dialogues. Washington: Three Continents Press.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (1988). El Dorado West One. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (1991). Motherlands: Black Women's Writing from the Caribbean, Africa and South Asia. Rutgers University Press.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (1992). Highway in the Sun. Leeds: Peepal Tree Press.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (2000). Reading the New Literatures in a Postcolonial Era. Essays and Studies, 53. Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer.

Nasta, Susheila and Rutherford, Anna eds. (1995). Tiger's Triumph: Celebrating Sam Selvon. Sydney: Dangaroo Press.

Nasta, Susheila ed. (2012). India in Britain: South Asian Networks and Connections, 1858-1950. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Neale, Derek ed. (2009). A creative writing handbook: developing dramatic technique, individual style and voice. London: A&C Black.

Owens, W. R. and Sim, Stuart eds. (2007). Reception, Appropriation, Recollection: Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. Religions and Discourse, 33. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang.

Owens, W. R. ed. (1980). Seventeenth Century England: A Changing Culture Vol 2 Modern Studies. London, U.K.: Ward Lock Educational.

Owens, W. R. and Goodman, Lizbeth eds. (1996). Shakespeare, Aphra Behn and the Canon. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge.

Owens, W.R. and Johnson, Hamish eds. (1998). Romantic Writings: An Anthology. Milton Keynes, U.K.: The Open University.

Poddar, Prem and Johnson, David eds. (2005). A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures in English. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.

Prescott, Lynda ed. (2008). A World of Difference - An Anthology of Short Stories from Five Continents. US: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ramchand, Kenneth and Nasta, Susheila eds. (1989). Foreday Morning: Selected Prose 1946-1986. Longman Caribbean writers. Harlow: Longman.

Ranasinha, Ruvani; Ahmed, Rehana; Mukherjee, Sumita and Stadtler, Florian eds. (2012). South Asians and the Shaping of Britain, 1870−1950: A Sourcebook. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Tickell, Alex ed. (2005). Selections from 'Bengaliana' by Shoshee Chunder Dutt. Nottingham, UK: Trent Editions.

Towheed, Shafquat ed. (2007). The Correspondence of Edith Wharton and Macmillan, 1901-1930. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Towheed, Shafquat ed. (2007). New Readings in the Literature of British India, c.1780-1947. Studies in English Literatures, Koray Melikoglu (ed.), 9. Stuttgart, Germany: Ibidem Verlag.

Towheed, Shafquat and Owens, W. R. eds. (2011). The History of Reading, Volume 1: International Perspectives, c.1500-1990. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Walder, Dennis ed. (2003). Literature in the modern world: critical essays and documents. 2nd edition. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Watson, Nicola J. ed. (2009). Literary Tourism and Nineteenth-Century Culture. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Watson, Nicola J. and Maybin, Janet eds. (2009). Children's Literature: Approaches and Territories. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan in association with The Open University.

Watson, Nicola J. and Towheed, Shafquat eds. (2011). Romantics and Victorians. Reading and Studying Literature, 2. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Wilson, Janet; Kimber, Gerri and Da Sousa Correa, Delia eds. (2013). Katherine Mansfield and the (Post)Colonial. Katherine Mansfield Studies, 5. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Asbee, Sue ed. (2005). The Wooden Doctor by Margiad Evans. Honno Classics. Aberystwyth: Honno. file

Haslam, Sara ed. (2010). The Good Soldier by Ford Madox Ford. Ware, Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions. file

Nasta, Susheila ed. (2006). The Lonely Londoners by Sam Selvon. Penguin Modern Classics. London, U.K.: Penguin Books, v-xvii.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. eds. (2000). Social Reform. Political and Economic Writings of Daniel Defoe, 8. London: Pickering and Chatto.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. eds. (2000). The Works of Daniel Defoe. London: Pickering and Chatto.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. eds. (2000). Dissent. Political and Economic Writings of Daniel Defoe, 3. London: Pickering and Chatto.

Owens, W.R. ed. (2003). John Bunyan,'The Pilgrim's Progress'. Oxford World's Classics. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Pacheco, Anita ed. (2002). A companion to early modern women's writing. Blackwells Companions to Literature and Culture. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

Book Chapter

Allen, Richard (2010). Heritage and nationalism. In: Harrison, Rodney ed. Understanding the Politics of Heritage. Understanding global heritage. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 197–233. file

Anderson, Linda (2005). Uneasy relations. In: Not Set ed. Write or Wrong?:Creative Writing in the Academy. Issues in English (3). Leicester: The English Association, pp. 21–28.

Anderson, Linda (2009). Film technique in fiction. In: Neale, Derek ed. A Creative Writing Handbook. London: A & C Black/The Open University, pp. 149–163.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Narrative point of view: who tells the story? In: Steel, Jayne ed. Wordsmithery: The Writer's Craft and Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 78–95.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Bodily states. In: Steel, Jayne ed. Wordsmithery: The Writer's Craft and Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 212–227.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Stimulating creativity and imagination: What really works? In: Anderson, Linda ed. Creative Writing: A Workbook with Readings. Abingdon/Milton Keynes: Routledge/OU, pp. 17–32.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Keeping a writer's notebook. In: Anderson, Linda ed. Creative Writing: A Workbook with Readings. Abingdon/Milton Keynes: Routledge/OU, pp. 33–43.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Character creation. In: Anderson, Linda ed. Creative Writing: A Workbook with Readings. Abingdon/Milton Keynes: Routledge/OU, pp. 70–85.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Setting. In: Anderson, Linda ed. Creative Writing: A Workbook with Readings. Abingdon/Milton Keynes: Routledge/OU, pp. 86–98.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Point of view:trying on voices. In: Anderson, Linda ed. Creative Writing: A Workbook with Readings. Abingdon/Milton Keynes: Routledge/OU, pp. 99–112.

Anderson, Linda (2006). Point of view: degrees of knowing. In: Anderson, Linda ed. Creative Writing: A Workbook with Readings. Abingdon/Milton Keynes: Routledge/OU, pp. 113–126.

Asbee, Sue (2009). "To Write a Great Story": Margiad Evans' Illness Narratives. In: Bartoszko, Aleksandra and Vaccarella, Maria eds. The Patient: Probing Interdisciplinary Boundaries. Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 55–64. file

Asbee, Sue (2013). ‘Not quite every character is a living person in this story. And not quite the reverse.’ Margiad Evans: Memory, fiction and autobiography. In: Bohata, Kirsti and Gramich, Katie eds. Rediscovering Margiad Evans - Marginality, Gender and Illness. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Asbee, Sue (2004). Margiad Evans's The Wooden Doctor: Illness and Sexuality. In: Brown, Tony ed. Welsh Writing in English, Volume 9. University of Wales Press, pp. 33–49.

Bainbridge, Emma and Stadtler, Florian (2012). Calling from London, talking to India: South Asian networks at the BBC and the case of G.V. Desani. In: Nasta, Susheila ed. India in Britain: South Asian Networks and Connections, 1858-1950. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan , pp. 164–178.

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). ‘I would abate the sternenesse of my stile’: diction and poetic subversion in Two Cantos of Mutabilitie’. In: Grogan, Jane ed. Celebrating Mutabilitie: Essays on Edmund Spenser’s Mutabilitie Cantos. Manchester Spenser. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 275–294.

Brown, Richard Danson (2005). His lights are not ours: W. B. Yeats and the wartime poems of Louis MacNeice. In: Harte, Liam; Whelan, Yvonne and Crotty, Patrick eds. Ireland: space, text, time. Dublin, Ireland: Liffey Press, pp. 113–123.

Brown, Richard Danson (2006). MacNeice in Fairy Land. In: Lethbridge, J. B. ed. Edmund Spenser: New and Renewed Directions. Madison, U.S.A.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, pp. 352–369.

Brown, Richard Danson (2007). Everyman’s progresses: Louis MacNeice’s dialogues with Bunyan. In: Owens, W. R. and Sim, Stuart eds. Reception, Appropriation, Recollection: Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. Religions and discourse (33). Oxford, UK: Peter Lang, pp. 147–163.

Brown, Richard (2011). 'Can't we ever, my love, speak in the same language?': everyday language and creative tension in the poetry of Louis MacNeice. In: Swann, Joan; Pope, Rob and Carter, Ronald eds. Creativity in Language and Literature: The State of the Art. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 39–54.

Burke, Victoria E. and Gibson, Jonathan (2004). Introduction. In: Burke, Victoria E. and Gibson, Jonathan eds. Early Modern Women's Manuscript Writing: Selected Papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 1–7.

Clarke, Elizabeth and Gibson, Jonathan (2005). Introduction. In: Seal Millman, Jill and Wright, Gillian eds. Early Modern Women's Manuscript Poetry. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1–10.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (1999). Goddesses of Instruction and Desire: Ruskin and Music. In: Birch, Dinah ed. Ruskin and the Dawn of the Modern. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 111–130.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2006). Introduction. In: Da Sousa Correa, Delia ed. Phrase and subject: studies in literature and music. Oxford, UK: Legenda: MHRA/Maney Publishing, pp. 1–10.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2000). Jane Eyre: inside and out. In: Da Sousa Correa, Delia ed. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Realisms, Volume 1. Routledge, pp. 117–135.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2007). Victorian Soundscapes and the potential for interdisciplinary exchange. In: Hewitt, Martin and Cowgill, Rachel eds. Victorian Soundscapes Revisited. Leeds Working Papers in Victorian Studies, 9. Leeds: Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, pp. 9–36.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (1997). George Eliot and the Germanic 'Musical Magus'. In: Rignall, John ed. George Eliot and Europe. Warwick Studies in the European Humanities. Scolar Press, pp. 98–112.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2012). Musical performativity in the fiction of Katherine Mansfield. In: Bernhart, Walter and Halliwell, Michael eds. Word and Music Studies: Essays on Performativity and on Surveying the Field. Word and Music Studies (12). Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 71–86.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2013). Voice and vocation in the novels of George Eliot. In: Bernhart, Walter and Kramer, Lawrence eds. Word and Music Studies, Volume 13. Amsterdam: Rodopi, (In press).

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2005). The stories of Katherine Mansfield. In: Brown, Richard Danson and Gupta, Suman eds. Aestheticism and Modernism: Debating Twentieth-Century Literature 1900-1960. Twentieth-Century Literature: Texts and Debates. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 68–116. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2010). Literary research and other media. In: Da Sousa Correa, Delia and Owens, W. R. eds. The Handbook to Literary Research. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 148–166.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2000). Jane Eyre and Genre. In: Da Sousa Correa, Delia ed. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Realisms, Volume 1. Routledge, pp. 87–116. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2013). Music. In: Harris, Margaret ed. George Eliot in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 206–213.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2011). Katherine Mansfield and music: nineteenth-century echoes. In: Kimber, Gerri and Wilson, Janet eds. Celebrating Katherine Mansfield: a Centenary Volume of Essays. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 84–98.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2001). The Portrait of a Lady and the “house of fiction”. In: Walder, Dennis ed. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Identities. The Nineteenth-Century novel. UK: Routledge, pp. 95–156. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2001). The Portrait of a Lady: identity and gender. In: Walder, Dennis ed. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Identities. The Nineteenth-Century Novel. UK: Routledge, pp. 116–136. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2001). The Portrait of a Lady: Henry James as critic. In: Walder, Dennis ed. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Identities. The Nineteenth-Century Novel. UK: Routledge, pp. 137–156. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2011). 'Wuthering Heights at home'. In: Watson, Nicola and Towheed, Shafquat eds. Romantics and Victorians. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 347–374.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2011). 'Wuthering Heights abroad'. In: Watson, Nicola J. and Towheed, Shafquat eds. Romantics and Victorians. Reading and Studying Literature (2). London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 375–408.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2013). Katherine Mansfield and Ninteenth-Century Musicality. In: Weliver, Phyllis and Ellis, Katharine eds. Words and Notes in the Long Nineteenth-Century. Boydell and Brewer, pp. 103–118.

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2004). The myth of the great return: memory, longing and forgetting in Milan Kundera's Ignorance. In: Hanne, Michael ed. Creativity in Exile. Rodopi Perspectives on Modern Literature (29). Amsterdam and New York, NY, U.S.: Rodopi, pp. 141–150.

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2010). Multimodal storytelling: performance and inscription in the narration of art history. In: Page, Ruth ed. New Perspectives on Narrative and Multimodality. Routledge Studies in Multimodality (1). New York and Abingdon, Oxon.: Routledge, pp. 14–30.

Florian, Stadtler (2013). Britain's forgotten volunteers: Indian contributions in the two World Wars. In: Ranasinha, Ruvani ed. South Asians and the Shaping of Britain: A sourcebook. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Fraser, Robert (2003). The Lamp of Truth: Proust and George Eliot. In: Bloom, Harold ed. Marcel Proust. Modern Critical Views. Philadelphia, USA: Chelsea House Publishers, pp. 37–62.

Fraser, Robert (2007). Sir James Frazer and Marian McNeill. In: Brown, Ian; Clancy, Thomas Owen; Manning, Susan and Pittock, Murray G. eds. The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature, Volume 3. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 69–74.

Fraser, Robert (2002). Charles Kingsley (1819-1875). In: Clark, Robert and Todd, Janet eds. The Literay Encycopaedia and Dictionary. London: The Literary Dictionary.

Fraser, Robert (2002). Sir James Frazer (1854-1941). In: Clark, Robert and Todd, Janet eds. The Literary Encyclopaedia and Dictionary. London, UK: The LIterary Dictionary.

Fraser, Robert (2002). George Barker (1913-1991). In: Clark, Robert and Todd, Janet eds. The Literay Encyclopaedia and Dictionary. London: The Literary Dictionary.

Fraser, Robert (2002). Ben Okri (1959-). In: Clark, Robert and Todd, Janet eds. The Literary Encyclopaedia and Dictionary. London: The Literary Dictionary.

Fraser, Robert (2007). George Barker's Sonnet of Fishes. In: Hanke, Michael ed. Fourteen English sonnets: critical essays. Studien Zur Anglistischen Literatur-und-Sprach-Wissenschaft (28). Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, pp. 145–157.

Fraser, Robert (2004). George Granville Barker (1913-1991). In: Harrison, Brian ed. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 3. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 373–374.

Fraser, Robert (2004). Marina Warner with Robert Fraser. In: Nasta, Susheila ed. Writing Across Worlds: Contemporary Writers Talk. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 365–376.

Fraser, Robert (2005). Frantz Fanon. In: Poddar, Prem and Johnson, David eds. A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures in English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 152–154.

Fraser, Robert (2005). Mapping the mind: borders, migration and myth. In: Ponzanesi, Sandra and Merolla, Daniela eds. Migrant cartographies: new cultural and literary spaces in post-colonial Europe. Oxford, UK: Lexington Books, pp. 55–66.

Fraser, Robert (2004). Nineteenth-century adventure and fantasy: James Morier, George Meredith, Lewis Carroll and Robert Louis Stevenson. In: Saunders, Corrine ed. A Companion to Romance: from Classical to Contemporary. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 389–406.

Fraser, Robert (2003). New York. In: Speake, Jennifer ed. Literature of Travel and Exploration, Volume ii. New York and London: Fitzroy Dearbourn/Routledge, pp. 846–848.

Fraser, Robert (2003). Mungo Park. In: Speake, Jennifer ed. Literature of Travel and Exploration, Volume ii. New York and London: Fitzroy Dearbourn/Routledge, pp. 924–926.

Fraser, Robert (2003). Sahel. In: Speake, Jennifer ed. Literature of Travel and Exploration, Volume iii. New York and London: Fitzroy Dearbourn/Routledge, pp. 1044–1046.

Fraser, Robert (2003). Timbuctoo. In: Speake, Jennifer ed. LIterature of Travel and Exploration, Volume iii. New York and London: Fitzroy Dearbourn/Routledge, pp. 1181–1183.

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Neale, Derek (2009). Revealing secrets. In: Neale, Derek ed. A Creative Writing Handbook. London: A&C Black, pp. 58–72.

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Neale, Derek (2009). Voices in fiction. In: Neale, Derek ed. A Creative Writing Handbook: developing dramatic technique, individual style and voice. London: A&C Black, pp. 181–195.

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Owens, W. R. (2010). Master's-level study in Literature at The Open University: pedagogic challenges and solutions. In: Kayalis, Takis and Natsina, Anastasia eds. Teaching Literature at a Distance: Open, Online and Blended Learning. London: Continuum, pp. 33–43.

Owens, W. R. (2002). Reading the bibliographical codes: Bunyan's publication in folio. In: Keeble, N. H. ed. John Bunyan: reading dissenting writing. Religions and discourse (12). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, pp. 59–77.

Owens, W. R. (1990). Antichrist must be pulled down: Bunyan and the millennium. In: Laurence, Anne; Owens, W. R. and Sim, Stuart eds. John Bunyan and his England 1628-1688. London: The Hambledon Press, pp. 77–104.

Owens, W. R. (1990). The reception of The Pilgrim's Progress in England. In: Os van, M and Schute, G. J. eds. Bunyan in England and Abroad. Amsterdam: VU University Press, pp. 91–104.

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Owens, W.R. (2010). John Bunyan and the Bible. In: Dunan-Page, Anne ed. The Cambridge Companion to Bunyan. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 39–50.

Owens, W.R. (1982). Arnold Kettle: a select bibliography 1939-1981. In: Jefferson, Douglas and Martin, Graham eds. The Uses of Fiction: Essays on the Modern Novel in Honour of Arnold Kettle. Milton Keynes: Open University Press, pp. 287–296.

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Owens, W. R. (1996). Research Techniques and the Use of Libraries. In: Eliot, Simon and Owens, W. R. eds. A Handbook to Literary Research. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge, pp. 13–18.

Owens, W. R. (2009). The Canon and the curriculum. In: Gupta, Suman and Katsarska, Milena eds. English Studies On This Side: Post-2007 Reckonings. Plovdiv, Bulgaria: Plovdiv University Press, pp. 47–59.

Owens, W. R. (1996). Shakespeare: Theatre Poet. In: Owens, W. R. and Goodman, Lizbeth eds. Shakespeare, Aphra Behn and the Canon. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge, pp. 21–33.

Owens, W. R. (1996). Remaking the Canon: Aphra Behn's The Rover. In: Owens, W. R. and Goodman, Lizbeth eds. Shakespeare, Aphra Behn and the Canon. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge, pp. 131–175.

Owens, W. R. (1996). Aphra Ben, The Rover, in Shakespeare, Aphra Behn and the Canon. In: Owens, W. R. and Goodman, Lizbeth eds. Shakespeare, Aphra Behn and the Canon. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge, pp. 261–334.

Owens, W. R. (2010). Glossary. In: Owens, W. R. and Da Sousa Correa, Delia eds. The Handbook to Literary Research. Routledge, pp. 207–223.

Pacheco, Anita (2002). Aphra Behn, The Rover, Part One. In: Pacheco, Anita ed. A companion to early modern women's writing. Blackwell companions to literature and culture. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 203–215.

Pacheco, Anita (2010). Teaching Behn's The Rover. In: Nelson, Bonnie and Burroughs, Catherine eds. Teaching British Women Playwrights of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century. Modern Language of America Options for Teaching, 1. New York: Modern Language Association of America, pp. 364–372.

Prescott, Lynda (2005). Pat Barker's vanishing boundaries. In: Bentley, Nick ed. British Fiction of the 1990s. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 167–178.

Prescott, Lynda (2008). Greene, Waugh, and the Lure of Travel. In: Hammond, Mary and Fraser, Robert eds. Books Without Borders: The Cross-national Dimension in Print Culture, Volume 1. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 147–158.

Prescott, Lynda (2003). Joseph Conrad. In: Poplawski, Paul ed. Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism. Westport, Connecticut and London: Greenwood Press, pp. 51–58.

Prescott, Lynda (2003). Anthropology. In: Poplawski, Paul ed. Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism. USA and UK: Greenwood Press, pp. 11–13.

Prescott, Lynda (2003). Colonialism and Postcolonialism. In: Poplawski, Paul ed. Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism. USA & UK: Greenwood Press, pp. 49–51.

Prescott, Lynda (2003). The Masses. In: Poplawski, Paul ed. Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism. USA and UK: Gfreenwood Press, pp. 261–262.

Samuels, Robert (2006). Narratives of masculinity and femininity: two Schumann song cycles. In: Da Sousa Correa, Delia ed. Phrase and subject: Studies in Literature and Music. Oxford, UK: Legenda, pp. 135–145.

Stadtler, Florian (2011). 'For every O’Dwyer ... there is a Shaheed Udham Singh': the Caxton Hall assassination of Michael O’Dwyer. In: Ahmed, Rehana and Mukherjee, Sumita eds. South Asian Resistances in Britain, 1858 - 1947. London: Continuum, pp. 19–34.

Stadtler, Florian (2007). Cultural connections: Lagaan and its audience responses. In: Bainbridge, Emma ed. Connecting Cultures. ThirdWorlds. Routledge.

Stadtler, Florian (2012). Rushdie’s hero as audience - interpreting India through Indian popular cinema. In: Benwell, Bethan; Procter, James and Robinson, Gemma eds. Postcolonial Audiences:Readers, Viewers and Reception. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. New York: Routledge, pp. 115–127.

Stadtler, Florian (2011). ‘Nobody from Bombay should be without a basic film vocabulary’: Midnight’s Children and the visual culture of Indian popular cinema. In: Mendes, Ana Cristina ed. Salman Rushdie and Visual Culture: Celebrating Impurity, Disrupting Borders. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature. New York: Routledge, pp. 123–138.

Stadtler, Florian (2012). Britain’s forgotten volunteers: South Asian contributions to the Two World Wars. In: Ranasinha, Ruvani; Ahmed, Rehana; Mukherjee, Sumita and Stadtler, Florian eds. South Asians and the shaping of Britain, 1870−1950. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Tickell, Alex (2011). Scholarship-terrorists: the India House Hostel and the 'student problem' in Edwardian London. In: Ahmed, Rehana and Mukherjee, Sumita eds. South Asian Resistances in Britain, 1858-1947. London: Continuum, pp. 3–18.

Tickell, Alex (2010). Excavating histories of terror: thugs, sovereignty and the colonial sublime. In: Boehmer, Elleke and Morton, Stephen eds. Terror and the Postcolonial: A Concise Companion. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 177–201.

Towheed, Shafquat (2009). Tools and techniques for literary research: Using online and printed sources. In: Da Sousa Correa, Delia and Owens, W. R. eds. The Handbook to Literary Research (Second Edition). Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 9–35.

Towheed, Shafquat (2006). Containing the Decadent Text: Decadent Readers, Reading Decadence. In: Fox, Paul ed. Decadences: Morality and Aesthetics in British Literature. Studies in English Literatures (2). Stuttgart, Germany: Ibidem Verlag, pp. 1–31.

Towheed, Shafquat (2008). Two paradigms of literary production: the production, circulation and legal status of Rudyard Kipling's Departmental Ditties and Indian Railway Library Texts. In: Fraser, Robert and Hammond, Mary eds. Books Without Borders, Volume 2: Perspectives from South Asia. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 125–136.

Towheed, Shafquat (2010). Copyright and libel. In: Logan, Peter Melville ed. The Encyclopedia of the Novel. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature, 1 (1). Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 212–218.

Towheed, Shafquat (2009). Territory, space, modernity: Elizabeth Bowen's 'The Demon Lover and Other Stories' and wartime London. In: Osborn, Susan ed. Elizabeth Bowen: New Critical Perspectives. Cork: Cork University Press, pp. 113–131.

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Towheed, Shafquat; Crone, Rosalind and Halsey, Katie (2010). Examining the evidence of reading: three examples from the Reading Experience Database, 1450-1945. In: Gunzenhauser, Bonnie ed. Reading in History: New Methodologies from the Anglo-American Tradition. The History of the Book. London: Pickering and Chatto, pp. 29–45.

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Towheed, Shafquat (2013). The science of musical memory: Vernon Lee and the remembrance of sounds past. In: Ellis, Katharine and Weliver, Phyllis eds. Words and Notes in the Long Nineteenth-Century. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, pp. 104–122. file

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Anderson, Linda (2005). Write on the wild side: Flying. Mslexia(25) p. 45.

Anderson, Linda (2005). Write on the wild side: Being bold with poetry. Mslexia(24) p. 43.

Asbee, Sue (2011). Substance into Shadow: starvation and death in Arnold Bennett's Riceyman Steps. Double Dialogues: The Hunger Artists, 2011(15)

Booth, James; Nasta, Susheila; Guptara, Prabhu; Thieme, John and Steele, Charles (1984). African, Caribbean, Indian, Australian, and Canadian Literature in English. The Year's Work in English Studies, 65(1) pp. 665–761.

Booth, James; Nasta, Susheila and Knowles, Owen (1982). African, Caribbean, and Canadian literature. The Year's Work in English Studies, 63(1) pp. 462–491.

Booth, James; Nasta, Susheila; Steele, Charles R.; Pollard, Arthur and Guptara, Prabhu (1983). African, Caribbean, Canadian, Indian, and Australian Literature in English. The Year's Work in English Studies, 64(1) pp. 531–586.

Brown, Richard Danson (2002). 'Your thoughts make shape like snow': Louis MacNeice on Stephen Spender. Twentieth-Century Literature, 48(3) pp. 292–323.

Brown, Richard Danson (2005). Neutrality and Commitment: MacNeice, Yeats, Ireland and the Second World War. Journal of Modern Literature, 28(3) pp. 109–129.

Brown, Richard (2012). Review of Richard A. McCabe, ed. The Oxford Handbook of Edmund Spenser. Modern Language Review, 107(1) pp. 271–272. file

Brown, Richard (2013). Call you ’em stanzos? Stanza form and reading poetry. The English Review, 23(4) pp. 32–34.

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). “Modern Bondage” or reading for rhyme. The English Review, 20(4) pp. 2–5.

Brown, Richard Danson (2008). W.S. Graham: I Leave This At Your Ear. The English Review, 19(2) pp. 9–12.

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). C Day-Lewis: A Life. The Modern Language Review, 105(4) pp. 859–860. file

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). Book review: Edmund Spenser, Selected Letters and Other Papers, Christopher Burlinson and Andrew Zurcher (eds). The Modern Language Review, 105(3) pp. 832–834. file

Brown, Richard Danson (2010). Book Review: Gerald Dawe (ed) 'Earth Voices Whispering: An Anthology of Irish War Poetry 1914-1945'. Wasafiri, 62, http://www.wasafiri.org/.

Brown, Richard Danson (2009). Book review: Andrew Zurcher, Spenser's Legal Language: Law and Poetry in Early Modern England. The Modern Language Review, 104(2) pp. 546–548. file

Brown, Richard Danson (2008). Book review: Richard Chamberlain, 'Radical Spenser: Pastoral, Politics and the New Aestheticism'. Yearbook of English Studies, 38(1 & 2) pp. 268–269.

Brown, Richard Danson (2008). Andrew Hadfield, ‘Shakespeare and Renaissance Politics’, and ‘Shakespeare, Spenser and the Matter of Britain’. Yearbook of English Studies, 38(1 & 2) pp. 269–271.

Brown, Richard Danson (2008). Book review: John Stubbs, 'Donne: The Reformed Soul'. Yearbook of English Studies, 38(1 & 2) pp. 272–274.

Brown, Richard Danson (2008). Book review: Louis MacNeice, ‘Collected Poems’, Peter McDonald (ed). The Modern Language Review, 103(1) pp. 213–214.

Brown, Richard Danson (2011). Reading iambic pentameter. English Review, 22(2) pp. 34–37. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2000). 'The music vibrating in her still': Music and memory in George Eliot's the mill on the floss and Daniel Deronda. Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 21(4) pp. 541–563.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2009). Introduction. Katherine Mansfield Studies, 1

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2011). Performativity in words: musical performance in Katherine Mansfield's stories. Katherine Mansfield Studies, 3 pp. 84–98.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia (2012). George Eliot and the 'Expressiveness of Opera'. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 48(2) pp. 164–177.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia; Chornik, Katia and Samuels, Robert (2009). Literature and music: Interdisciplinary research and teaching at the Open University. Working With English: Medieval and Modern Language, Literature and Drama, 5 pp. 50–61. file

Da Sousa Correa, Delia; Kimber, Gerri and Reid, Susan (2010). Introduction. Katherine Mansfield Studies, 2(1) pp. 1–3.

Da Sousa Correa, Delia; Kimber, Gerri and Reid, Susan (2011). Introduction. Katherine Mansfield Studies

Dobson, Michael and Watson, Nicola (2002). Shakespeare en Elizabeth: Een liefdesgeschiedenis. Feit und Fictie, 5(3) pp. 62–81.

Doloughan, Fiona (2010). Bottling the Imagination: writing as metamorphosis in Ali Smith's Girl Meets Boy. New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 7(3) pp. 241–251.

Doloughan, Fiona (2005). Reflections on the concept of 'voice' in translation. In Other Words: The Journal for Literary Translators(26) pp. 26–33.

Doloughan, Fiona (2006). Narratives of travel and the travelling concept of narrative: genre blending and the art of transformation. The Travelling Concept of Narrative, 1 pp. 134–144.

Doloughan, Fiona (2005). "Reading Images, Telling Tales: Meaning-Making and the Culture of Narrativity". International Journal of Learning, 11 pp. 1697–1701.

Doloughan, Fiona (2012). Transforming texts: learning to become a (creative) writer through reading. New Writing: The International Journal For the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 9(2) pp. 182–203. file

Doloughan, Fiona (2015). The construction of space in contemporary narrative: a case study. Journal of Narrative Theory, 45(1) (In Press). file

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2002). Translating the self: Ariel Dorfman's bilingual journey. Language and Intercultural Communication, 2(2) pp. 147–152.

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2009). Text design and acts of translation: the art of textual remaking and generic transformation. Translation and Interpreting Studies, 4(1) pp. 101–115.

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2002). The language of reflective practice in art and design. Design Issues, 18(2) pp. 57–64.

Fraser, Robert (2001). "Not that fair field of Enna": Milton, Ruskin and Protestant Longing. The Long Poem Newsletter(10) pp. 3–4.

Fraser, Robert (2001). Lonely Londoners 1890's style: Joseph Casely-Hayford's Ethiopia Unbound. Wasafiri, 34 52 -55.

Fraser, Robert (2001). Postcolonial Cities: Michael Ondaatje's Toronto and Yvonne Vera's Bulawayo. Studies in Canadian Literature/ Etudes en litterature canadienne, 26(2) pp. 40–48.

Fraser, Robert (2002). "Is there a Gibbon in the house?": Migration, Postcoloniality and the Fall and Rise of Europe. Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Studies, 2(2) pp. 102–114.

Fraser, Robert (2003). Mapping the Mind: Borders, Migration and Myth. Wasafiri(39) pp. 47–54.

Fraser, Robert (2004). "Have fair fallen": Gerard Manley Hopkins and Henry Purcell. The London Magazine(April-May) pp. 58–66.

Fraser, Robert (2003). "Whatever is, is right": Handel's penultimate oratorio and the pity of war. Times Literary Supplement(5207) pp. 13–14.

Fraser, Robert (2003). Songs of a Tadpole. Times Literary Supplement p. 20.

Fraser, Robert (2004). Proust's Cup of Tea: Homoeroticism and Victorian Culture. Victorian Studies, 46(2 [Winter]) pp. 370–372.

Fraser, Robert (2004). Write disobediently. The London Magazine(August-September 2004) pp. 116–120.

Fraser, Robert (2002). Hume, Sir James Frazer, Irony and Belief. The Edinburgh Review, 110(1) pp. 48–55.

Fraser, Robert (2005). War and the colonial book trade: the case of OUP India. Script and Print: Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 29 pp. 93–104.

Fraser, Robert (2007). Letters of J.G.Frazer. The Classical Review, 57 (New Series)(1) pp. 243–245.

Fraser, Robert (2010). Fiction and the other reader: the reception of imperial adventure romance in Africa. Angles on the English-Speaking World, 10, 99 -107.

Fraser, Robert (2010). Bugger the skylarks: Lawrence and Mansfield at war: a battle in ten scenes. Katherine Mansfield Studies, 2(1) pp. 100–163.

Fraser, Robert (2009). Mere Idle Calumnies: How Sir James Frazer's anthopological open-mindedness was misappropriated to support a Blood Libel - and how he responded. Times Literary Supplement pp. 13–15. file

Fraser, Robert (2010). Far removed. Times Literary Supplement(5614) p. 29. file

Fraser, Robert (2011). Race and religion in the Victorian age: Charles Kingsley, Governor Eyre and the Morant Bay Rising. The Victorian Web file

Fraser, Robert (1996). The loneliness of the long-distance cyclist: cyclic form in Frazer and Proust. Yearbook of English Studies, 26 pp. 163–172. file

Fraser, Robert (2011). Riddling soul: John Donne, Theatrical Performer of His Various Selves and Maker of an Oddly Modern Music. Times Literary Supplement(5653) pp. 3–4. file

Fraser, Robert (2012). Surrealists in the Storm: David Gascoyne, Spain and Mass Observation. Times Literary Supplement(5679) 14 -15. file

Furbank, P N and Owens, W R (1997). The Defoe that never was: a tale of de-attribution. The American Scholar, 66(2) pp. 276–284.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1993). Defoe, Trent, and the 'Defection'. Review of English Studies, 44(173) pp. 70–76.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1991). Dangerous Relations. The Scriblerian, 23 pp. 242–244.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1984). "A Vindication of the Press" (1718): Not by Defoe? Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 78(3) pp. 355–360.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1986). Defoe and the 'improvisatory' sentence. English Studies, 67(2) pp. 157–166.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1986). What if Defoe did not write the "History of the Wars of Charles XII"? Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 80 pp. 333–347.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1988). William Lee of Sheffield: Sanitary Reformer and Defoe Bibliographer. The Book Collector, 37(2) pp. 185–206.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1992). Defoe and Francis Noble. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 4(4) pp. 301–313.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1992). The Lost Property Office: some Defoe attributions reconsidered. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 86 pp. 245–267.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1993). Defoe and A Curious Little Oration Deliver'd by Father Andrew. Notes and Queries, 238(3) p. 328.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1993). Defoe and the 'Tippony Ale'. Scottish Historical Review, 72(1) pp. 86–89.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1994). "A True Account of the Proceedings at Perth": The impact of an historical novel. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 6(3) pp. 233–242.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1994). Defoe and 'Sir Andrew Politick'. British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 17(1) pp. 27–39.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1995). Daniel Defoe and A Letter from a Gentleman at the Court of St Germains (1710). Etudes Anglaises, 48 pp. 61–66.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1996). On the attribution of periodicals and newspapers to Daniel Defoe. Publishing History, 40 pp. 83–98.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1997). The dating of Defoe's "Atlantis Major". Notes and Queries, 242(2) pp. 189–190.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1997). Whence the Defoe Canon? Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 9(2) pp. 223–225.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1997). The Dating of Defoe's Atalantis Major. Notes & Queries, 44(2) pp. 189–190.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1997). The lost continuation of Defoe's Roxana. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 9(3) pp. 229–308.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1997). The Myth of Defoe as 'Applebee's Man'. Review of English Studies, 48(190) pp. 198–204.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1998). Defoe and the sham Flying-Post. Publishing History, 43 pp. 5–15.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (2000). Defoe, the De la Faye letters and Mercurius Politicus. British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23(1) pp. 13–19.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (2001). Defoe and King William: a sceptical enquiry. Review of English Studies, 52(206) pp. 227–232.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (2001). Defoe's South-Sea and North-Sea schemes: a footnote to A New Voyage Round the World. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 13 pp. 501–508.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (2002). Defoe's £17,000 bankruptcy. Notes and Queries, 247(3) pp. 363–364.

Furbank, P.N. and Owens, W. R. (1993). Defoe, William Hendley, and Charity Still a Christian Virtue (1719). Huntington Library Quarterly, 56(3) pp. 327–330.

Furbank, P. N. and Owens, W. R. (1988). The Defoe canon again. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 82 pp. 95–98. file

Gibson, Jonathan (1997). Significant space in manuscript letters. The Seventeenth Century, 12(1) pp. 1–10.

Gibson, Jonathan (2004). The legal context of Spenser's Daphnaïda. The Review of English Studies, 55(218) pp. 24–44.

Gibson, Jonathan (2012). Synchrony and process: editing manuscript miscellanies. Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 (SEL), 52(1) pp. 85–100.

Gibson, Jonathan (1999). King Lear and the patronage system. The Seventeenth Century, 14(2) pp. 95–114.

Gupta, Suman (2005). Sociological speculations on the professions of children’s literature. The Lion and the Unicorn, 29(3) pp. 299–323.

Gupta, Suman (2003). In search of genius: T.S. Eliot as publisher. Journal of Modern Literature, 27(1-2) pp. 26–35.

Gupta, Suman (2010). Conceptualising the art of communist times. Third Text, 24(5) pp. 571–582.

Gupta, Suman (2010). Critical practice in the English Studies classroom: observations in Bulgaria. English Studies, 91(3) pp. 328–343.

Gupta, Suman (2008). Li Rui, Mo Yan, Yan Lianke and Lin Bai: Four contemporary Chinese writers interviewed. Wasafiri, 23(3) pp. 28–36.

Gupta, Suman and Katsarska, Milena (2010). The official record and the receptive field: Zlatyu Boyadzhiev in Communist times. Konsthistorisk Tidskrift/Journal of Arts History, 79(1) pp. 1–17.

Gupta, Suman (2012). Indian ‘commercial’ fiction in English, the publishing industry, and youth culture. Economic and Political Weekly, 46(5) pp. 46–53. file

Gupta, Suman (2009). From crowds to transnational massing: presence and representation. Storia della Storiografia, 55 pp. 128–143. file

Gupta, Suman (2010). Conceptualising classroom observations for a project on higher education English studies in non-Anglophone contexts. American, British and Canadian Studies, 14 pp. 151–167. file

Gupta, Suman (2012). On the Indian readers of Hitler's Mein Kampf. Economic & Political Weekly, 47(46) pp. 51–58. file

Gupta, Suman (2013). Big issues around a small-scale phenomenon: vernacular pulp fiction in English translation for Indian readers. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 48(1) pp. 159–175.

Hammond, Mary (2004). Hall Caine and the Melodrama on page, stage and screen. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 31(1) pp. 39–57.

Hammond, Mary (2002). Thackeray's Waterloo: History and War in Vanity Fair. Literature and History, 11(2) pp. 19–38.

Hammond, Mary (2002). 'The Great Fiction Bore': free Libraries and the construction of a reading public in England, 1880-1914. Libraries and Culture: a journal of library history, 37(2) pp. 83–108.

Haslam, Sara (2002). Written in blood: Family, sex and violence in Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre. The English Review, 13(1) pp. 8–11. file

Haslam, Sara (2000). A question of knowledge: James, Ford, "The Beast in the Jungle" and A Call. The Henry James Review, 21(1) pp. 72–82.

Haslam, Sara (2000). Modern Knowledge and Ford's Modern Novel. Precursors and Aftermaths: Literature in English 1914-1945, 1(1) pp. 49–63.

Haslam, Sara (2013). A literary intervention: writing alcohol in British literature 1915–1930. First World War Studies, 4(2) pp. 219–239.

Howell, Anthony (2011). Southey and itinerancy. Wordsworth Circle, 42(1) pp. 68–72.

Hutchison, Yvette and Walder, Dennis (2011). Editorial. Contemporary Theatre Review, 21(1) pp. 3–7.

Johnson, David (2001). Literatures of nation and migration: Charles Mungoshi, Nadine Gordimer, and the postcolonial. Alternation, 8(2) pp. 36–54.

Johnson, David (2001). Editorial: Travellers' tales: alternative traditions. Wasafiri(34) pp. 1–2.

Johnson, David (2007). Representing the Cape 'Hottentots', from the French Enlightenment to post-apartheid South Africa. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 40(4) pp. 525–552.

Johnson, David (2009). Remembering the Khoikhoi victory over Dom Francisco Almeida at the Cape in 1510. Postcolonial Studies, 12(1) pp. 107–130.

Johnson, David (2010). British models of colonial governance: Adam Smith and John Bruce on the Cape Colony. The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 51(1-2) pp. 103–127.

Johnson, David (2010). Historical and literary re-iterations of Dutch settler Republicanism. South African Historical Journal, 62(3) pp. 463–486.

Johnson, David (2010). Representing Cape slavery: Literature, law, and history. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 46(5) pp. 504–516.

Johnson, David (2011). Introduction. English in Africa, 38(1) pp. 9–15.

Johnson, David (2012). Representations of Cape Slavery in South African Literature. History Compass, 10(8) pp. 549–561.

Johnson, David (2013). Fanon’s travels in postcolonial theory and post-apartheid politics. College Literature, 40(2) pp. 52–80.

Katritzky, M. A. (2004). Pickelhering and Hamlet in Dutch art: The English comedians of Robert Browne, John Green, and Robert Reynolds. Shakespeare Yearbook, 15(Shakespeare and the Low Countries) pp. 113–140.

Katritzky, M. A. (2001). Gendering tooth-drawers on the stage. Ludica, annali di storia e civilta del gioco, 5-6 (2000) pp. 144–181.

Katritzky, M. A. (2006). Improvisation in the arts of the middle ages and renaissance. Early Theatre, 9(1) pp. 149–152.

Katritzky, M. A. (2008). Secrets of women: Gender, generation and the origins of human dissection. Social History of Medicine, 21(1) pp. 198–199.

Katritzky, M. A. (1987). Italian comedians in renaissance prints. The Print Quarterly, 4(3) pp. 236–254.

Katritzky, M. A. (1988). A renaissance commedia dell'arte performance: towards a definitive sequence of Sieur Fossard's woodcuts? Nationalmuseum Bulletin, 12(1) pp. 37–53.

Katritzky, M. A. (1997). A German description of the Florentine intermedi of 1565. Italian Studies, 52 pp. 63–93.

Katritzky, M. A. (1999). Hippolytus Guarinonius's descriptions of commedia dell'arte lazzi in Padua, 1594-97. Quaderni Veneti, 30, pp. 61–126.

Katritzky, M. A. (2009). Book review: From Physick to Pharmacology: Five Hundred Years of British Drug Retailing. The Sixteenth Century Journal, 40(4) pp. 1167–1169.

Katritzky, M.A. (2005). The commedia dell'arte: a theatre-iconographical perspective. Maske und Kothurn, 50(3) pp. 19–43.

Katritzky, M.A. (2002). 'Unser sind drey': the quacks of Beer, Printz and Weise. Maske und Kothurn, 48(1-4) pp. 117–142.

Katritzky, M.A. (1988). Commedia dell'arte och kvinnornas debut pa teaterscenen. Astra [now published in Helsinki as: Tidskriften Astra Nova], 70(9) pp. 24–27.

Katritzky, M. A. (2000). Comic stage routines in Guarinonius's medical treatise of 1610. Theatre Research International, 25(3) pp. 217–232. file

Katritzky, M. A. (2008). Issues in Review: New Developments in Commedia Research: The Commedia dell'Arte: New Perspectives and New Documents. Early Theatre, 11(2) pp. 141–155.

Katritzky, M. A. (2004). Book reviews: Performance and Literature in the commedia dell'arte (Robert Henke); Music and Women of the commedia dell'arte in the Late Sixteenth Century (Anne MacNeil); Das Spiel mit Gattungen bei Isabella Canali Andreini: Band 1, zum Verhältnis von Improvisation und Schriftkultur in der Commedia dell'arte, Band II, Lettere (1607) (Britta Brandt); La Mirtilla: a pastoral (Isabella Andreini); Improvisation in the Arts of the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Timothy J. McGee); Theater am Hof und für das Volk. Beiträge zur vergleichenden Theater und Kulturgeschichte. Festschrift für Otto G Schindler zum 60. Geburtstag (Brigitte Marschall). Theatre Research International, 29(1) pp. 78–81. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1987). Lodewyk Toeput: Some pictures related to the commedia dell'arte. Renaissance Studies, 1(1) pp. 71–125. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1991). How did the Commedia dell'arte cross the Alps to Bavaria? Theatre Research International, 16(3) pp. 201–215. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1999). Aby Warburg's 'Costumi teatrali' (1895) and the art historical foundations of theatre iconography. Theatre Research International, 24(2) pp. 160–167. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1996). Eight portraits of Gelosi actors in 1589? Theatre Research International, 21(2) pp. 108–120. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1996). The Florentine entrata of Joanna of Austria and other entrate described in a German diary. Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 59 pp. 148–173. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1997). Harlequin in renaissance pictures. Renaissance Studies, 11(4) pp. 381–419. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1998). The Commedia dell'arte: An introduction. Theatre Research International, 23(2) pp. 99–103. file

Katritzky, M. A. (1998). Was Commedia dell'arte performed by mountebanks? Album amicorum illustrations and Thomas Platter's description of 1598. Theatre Research International, 23(2) pp. 104–125. file

Katritzky, M. A. (2010). Zan Bragetta a Jean Potage: divadelní ko?ovníci v ran? novov?ké Evrop? Divaldelni Revue, 2(1) pp. 48–61. file

Katritzky, M.A. (2001). Marketing medicine: the image of the early modern mountebank. Renaissance Studies, 15(2) pp. 121–153. file

King, Edmund (2008). Pope's 1723–25 Shakespear, classical editing, and humanistic reading practices. Eighteenth-Century Life, 32(2) pp. 3–13. file

King, Edmund (2004). “Small-scale copyrights”?: Quotation marks in theory and in practice. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 98(1) pp. 39–53. file

King, Edmund (2010). Alexander Turnbull's ‘dream imperial’: collecting Shakespeare in the colonial antipodes. Script and Print: Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 34(2) pp. 69–86. file

King, Edmund (2013). “Books are more to me than food”: British prisoners of war as readers, 1914-1918. Book History, 16 pp. 246–271. file

King, Edmund G. C. (2010). Fragmenting authorship in the eighteenth-century Shakespeare edition. Shakespeare, 6(1) pp. 1–19. file

King, Edmund G. C. (2010). Towards a prehistory of the gothic mode in nineteenth-century New Zealand writing. Journal of New Zealand Literature, 28(2) pp. 35–57. file

Lavery, Hannah (2013). From image to word: the making of Pietro Aretino's satire in I sonetti lussoriosi (c. 1527). Genre, 33 pp. 117–148. file

Lavery, Hannah (2011). Social and political satire in the impotency poems of Rémy Belleau and Thomas Nashe. Early Modern Literary Studies, 15(3) article 3.

Lavery, Hannah (2013). The development of the later English Restoration impotency poems. Papers on Language and Literature, 49(2) pp. 172–202.

Lavery, Hannah (2012). Breaking down barriers with tablet technology for teaching. Educause Review Online file

Nasta, Susheila (2006). Blake Morrison and Hanif Kureishi with Susheila Nasta. Wasafiri, 22(48) pp. 19–27.

Nasta, Susheila (2009). "Beyond the frame": Writing a life and Jamaica Kincaid's family album. Contemporary Women's Writing, 3(1) pp. 64–86.

Nasta, Susheila (1983). Samuel Selvon: a preliminary bibliography. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 18(1) pp. 131–143.

Nasta, Susheila (1996). Githa Hariharan talks to Susheila Nasta. Wasafiri, 12(24) pp. 22–25.

Nasta, Susheila (2000). Beyond the millennium: Black women's writing. Women: A Cultural Review, 11(1-2) pp. 71–76.

Nasta, Susheila (2006). Writing a Life: Hanif Kureishi and Blake Morrison in Conversation. Wasafiri, 21(2) pp. 40–52.

Nasta, Susheila (2009). Everything to declare in Wasafiri. Wasafiri, 24(3) pp. 1–3.

Nasta, Susheila (2004). Editorial: Making tracks: Wasafiri 1984-2004. Wasafiri(42)

Nasta, Susheila and Boehmer, Elleke (2007). Editorial to Special Issue of Wasafiri: Cultures of Terror. Wasafiri, 22(51) pp. 1–4.

Nasta, Susheila (2011). Sealing a friendship: George Orwell and Mulk Raj Anand at the BBC (1941-43). Wasafiri, 26(4) pp. 14–21. file

Nasta, Susheila (2012). End of empire and the English novel. British Academy Review, 19 pp. 46–49.

Nasta, Susheila (2013). An unexpected encounter with Sam Selvon at the National Portrait Gallery. Wasafiri, 28(2) pp. 33–35.

Neale, Derek (2007). Writing a wicked commentary. Writing in Education(41) pp. 28–31.

Neale, Derek (2011). Writing and remembering: paradoxes of memory, imagination and fiction in stories about lives. Literature Compass, 8(12) pp. 951–961. file

Neale, Derek (2011). Adaptation and Montage. Writing in Education(53) pp. 33–37. file

Neale, Derek (2012). Short stories in the academy: mimesis, diegesis and the role of drama and film. Short Fiction in Theory and Practice, 2(1-2) pp. 43–58. file

Neale, Derek (2012). Being in uncertainties, mysteries and doubts: negative capability and the place of the imagination in the academy today. Writing in Education(56) pp. 49–53. file

Neale, Derek (2012). Writing and dreaming primary and primal scenes. New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 10(1) pp. 39–51. file

Owens, W. R. (1986). The date of Bunyan's "Treatise of Antichrist". The Seventeenth Century, 1(2) pp. 153–157.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. (1986). Defoe and the Dutch Alliance: some attributions examined. British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 9(1) pp. 169–182.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. (1986). Defoe and imprisonment for debt: Some attributions reviewed. Review of English Studies, 37(148) pp. 495–502.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. (1993). Defoe as secret agent: three unpublished letters. The Scriblerian, 25(2) pp. 145–153.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. (1995). Sir Alexander Cumming and Defoe's Mercator. Notes and Queries, 42(4) pp. 454–455.

Owens, W. R. and Furbank, P. N. (1998). New light on John Pierce, Defoe's agent in Scotland. Edinburgh Bibliographical Society Transactions, 6(4) pp. 134–143.

Owens, W.R. and Furbank, P. N. (2002). Stylometry and the Defoe canon: a reply to Irving Rothman. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 96(3) pp. 463–465.

Pacheco, Anita (2006). 'Swearing knaves and believing fools': false swearing in John Crowne's City Politiques. Restoration, 30(2) pp. 21–37.

Pacheco, Anita (2004). Reading Toryism in Aphra Behn's cit-cuckolding comedies. Review of English Studies, 55(222) pp. 690–708.

Pacheco, Anita (2013). '"Little Religion" but "Admirable Morals": Christianity and Honor in Aphra Behn's Oroonoko'. Modern Philology, 111(2) pp. 253–280.

Parmar, Maya (2013). Reading the double diaspora: representing Gujarati East African identity in Britain. Atlantis, 35(1) pp. 137–155. file

Parmar, Maya (2014). Memorialising 40 years since Idi Amin's expulsion: digital ‘memory mania’ to the ‘right to be forgotten’. South Asian Popular Culture (In press). file

Pollard, Phyllis; Nasta, Susheila; Guptara, Prabhu; Thieme, John and Hoeppner, Kenneth (1986). African, Caribbean, Indian, Australian, and Canadian literatures in English. The Year's Work in English Studies, 67 pp. 701–775.

Pollard, Phyllis; Nasta, Susheila; Thieme, John; Steele, Charles R. and Guptara, Prabhu S. (1985). African, Caribbean, Australian, Canadian, and Indian Literatures in English. The Year's Work in English Studies, 66 pp. 646–725.

Prescott, Lynda (2006). Encounters with Conrad: self-experience and narrativity. Life Writing, 3(2) pp. 79–96.

Prescott, Lynda (2004). Autobiography as evasion: Joseph Conrad's 'A Personal Record'. Journal of Modern Literature, 28(1) pp. 177–188.

Prescott, Lynda (2005). Evelyn Waugh, Morris, and the ideal of craftsmanship. Journal of William Morris Studies, XVI(2-3) pp. 80–91.

Prescott, Lynda (2003). The Indian Connection in J.G.Farrell's 'Troubles'. Irish Studies Review, 11(2) pp. 165–173.

Prescott, Lynda (2002). 'Coming to London' in the 1950s. Wasafiri(35) pp. 19–23.

Prescott, Lynda (2008). Pat Barker's Regeneration trilogy: fiction and history. The English Review, 19(2) pp. 17–20.

Prescott, Lynda (2010). How to read a short story. The English Review, 20(4) pp. 32–34.

Prescott, Lynda (2012). Life writing and life-learning: an analysis of creative writing students' work. Studies in Continuing Education, 34(2) pp. 145–147.

Prescott, Lynda (2013). ‘Hard Times and history’. The English Review, 23(4) pp. 6–9.

Simpson, Ormond and Asbee, Sue (1998). Partners, Families and Friends: Student support of the closest kind. Open Learning, 13(3) pp. 56–59.

Simpson, Ormond; Asbee, Sue and Woodall, Sue (1999). Student-student mentoring in distance education. Journal of Access and Credit Studies, 2(2) pp. 220–232.

Stadtler, Florian (2009). Terror, globalization and the individual in Salman Rushdie's Shalimar the Clown. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 45(2) pp. 191–199.

Tickell, Alex (2009). Cawnpore, Kipling and Charivari: 1857 and the politics of commemoration. Literature and History, 18(2) pp. 1–19. file

Tickell, Alex (2009). Kipling's famine-romance: masculinity, gender and colonial biopolitics in “William the Conqueror”. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 45(3) pp. 251–263. file

Tickell, Alex (2005). Writing the nation's destiny: Indian fiction in English before 1910. Third World Quarterly, 26(3) pp. 525–541.

Tickell, Alex (2004). Negotiating the landscape: travel, transaction and the mapping of colonial India. Yearbook of English Studies, 34 pp. 18–30.

Tickell, Alex (2001). "How many Pakistans?" questions of space and identity in the writing of partition. Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, 32(3) pp. 155–179.

Tickell, Alex (2000). The road less travelled: Pather Panchali in translation. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 35(1) pp. 147–162.

Tickell, Alex (2013). The Perils of Certain English Prisoners: Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins and the limits of colonial government. Nineteenth-Century Literature, 67(4) pp. 457–489.

Towheed, Shafquat (2006). The Creative Evolution of Scientific Paradigms: Vernon Lee and the Debate over the Hereditary Transmission of Acquired Characters. Victorian Studies, 49(1) pp. 33–61.

Towheed, Shafquat (2007). Geneva v. Saint Petersburg: Two Concepts of Literary Property and the Material Lives of Books in Under Western Eyes. Book History, 10 pp. 169–191.

Towheed, Shafquat (2005). Determining 'Fluctuating Opinions': Vernon Lee, Popular Fiction, and Theories of Reading. Nineteenth-Century Literature, 60(2) pp. 199–236.

Towheed, Shafquat (2005). Rudyard Kipling's Literary Property, International Copyright Law and The Naulahka. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 48(4) pp. 420–435.

Towheed, Shafquat (2009). Reading History and Nation: Robert Louis Stevenson's Reading of William Forbes-Mitchell's Reminiscences of the Great Mutiny 1857-9. Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 31(1) pp. 3–17.

Towheed, Shafquat (2005). “An appreciative and grateful author”: Edith Wharton and the House of Macmillan. Publishing History, 58 pp. 43–77. file

Towheed, Shafquat (2010). Reading in the digital archive. Journal of Victorian Culture, 15(1) pp. 139–143. file

Towheed, Shafquat (2010). ‘Music is not merely for musicians’: Vernon Lee's musical reading and response. Yearbook of English Studies, 40(1-2) pp. 273–294. file

Towheed, Shafquat (2011). Locating the reader, or what do we do with the man in the hat? Methodological perspectives and evidence from the United Kingdom Reading Experience Database, 1450-1945 (UK RED). Primerjalna knizevnost (Comparative Literature), 34(2) pp. 173–186.

Towheed, Shafquat (2012). South Asian writing between the wars: publishers, reviewers, readers. Wasafiri(70) pp. 80–82.

Walder, Dennis (2002). 'The fitful muse': Fugard's plays of memory. The European Legacy, 7(6) pp. 697–708.

Walder, Dennis (2005). Remembering Rousseau: nostalgia and the responsibilities of the self. Third World Quarterly, 26(3) pp. 423–430.

Walder, Dennis (2007). Decolonizing the (Distance) Curriculum. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 6(2) pp. 187–196.

Walder, Dennis (2008). "Alone in a landscape": Lessing's African stories remembered. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 43(2) pp. 99–115.

Walder, Dennis (2009). Writing, representation, and postcolonial nostalgia. Textual Practice, 23(6) pp. 935–946.

Walder, Dennis (2003). ‘How is it going, Mr Naipaul?’ Identity, Memory and the Ethics of Post-Colonial Literatures. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 38(3) pp. 5–18. file

Walder, Dennis (2011). "There is no first reading": (re)-reading nineteenth-century realist novels and their critics. Synthesis, 3 pp. 55–68.

Walder, Dennis (2013). Hysterical nostalgia in the postcolony: from Coming Home to District 9. Consumption Markets & Culture, 17(2) pp. 143–157.

Walder, Dennis (2014). Remembering trauma: Fugard's The Train Driver. South African Theatre Journal, 27(1) pp. 32–47.

Watson, Nicola (2010). Lady of the Lake Colloquium: The Trossachs: 23rd May 2010. Edinburgh Sir Walter Scott Club Annual Bulletin, MMX pp. 48–51.

Watson, Nicola (2011). Fandom mapped: Rousseau, Scott and Byron on the itinerary of Lady Frances Shelley. Romantic Circles Praxis Series: Romantic Fandom article , article 2. file

Watson, Nicola (2012). Afterword: ‘Dear Shakespeare-land’: investing in Stratford. Critical Survey, 24(2) pp. 88–98.

Conference Item

Haslam, Sara (2002). 'These fragments I have shored against my ruins': Memory and Modernism. In: Modernism and the Individual Talent: Re-Canonizing Ford Madox Ford, 25-27 June 1999, Munster, Westphalia, Germany.

King, Edmund (2009). Lewis Theobald, Double Falshood, and the 1733 Works of Shakespeare. In: International Cardenio Colloquium, 22-24 May 2009, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

King, Edmund (2008). Jacob’s Sons in the South Pacific: The Geoeschatology of Edwin Fairburn’s "Ships of Tarshish". In: Flogging a Dead Horse: Are National Literatures Finished? A Stout Research Centre in the Humanities Conference, 10-13 Dec 2008, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

King, Edmund (2008). The Shakespearean Book in the Colonial Antipodes: The Case of Alexander Turnbull. In: Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand Conference, 2008, 2-3 Oct 2008, University of Sydney, Australia.

King, Edmund (2008). "Fragments minutely broken": text, paratext, and authorship in the eighteenth-century Shakespeare edition. In: Australia and New Zealand Shakespeare Association Conference, 2008, 6-9 February 2008, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

King, Edmund (2011). A captive audience? The reading lives of Australian prisoners of war, 1914–18. In: Open University Book History and Bibliography Research Group Seminars: Reading andthe First World War, 12 February 2011, London, UK.

King, Edmund (2011). Reading the Great War through Wilfrid Scawen Blunt: J. A. Fallows, MA, and His Copy of My Diaries, 1900–1914. In: Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing Regional Conference , 28-30 April 2011, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

King, Edmund C. G. (2011). Man of science, man of religion: the reading of a medical missionary in Uganda, 1896-1918. In: SHARP 2011: The Book in Art and Science, 14-17 July 2011, Washington, D.C., USA.

Zhu, J.; Goncalves, A.L.; Uren, V.S.; Motta, E. and Pacheco, R. (2005). Mining web data for competency management. In: The 2005 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence, 19-22 Sep 2005, Compiegne University of Technology, France, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 94–100. file

Thesis

Atkinson, Susan D. (1998). A living life, a living death: a study of Bessie Head's writings as a survival strategy. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Forsyth, Michael (1999). Julia Kavanagh in her times : novelist and biographer, 1824-1877. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Green, Peter Geoffrey (2010). 'All Job's stock of asses': The fiction of Laurence Sterne and the theodicy debate. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Humphrey, Judith Ann (2000). Liberating images: A feminist analysis of the girls' school-story. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Tarling, Barbara Frances (2010). Representations of the American War of Independence in the late eighteenth-century English novel. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Tomlinson, Nora (1996). The achievement of Ford Madox Ford as editor. PhD thesis The Open University. file

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