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

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

Arciszewska, Barbara and McKellar, Elizabeth (2004). Articulating British classicism: New approaches in Eighteenth Century architecture. Reinterpreting classicism: culture, reaction and appropriation. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

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

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2011). Electra Ancient and Modern: Aspects of the Reception of the Tragic Heroine. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement , 113. London: Institute of Classical Studies.

Barker, Elton (2009). Entering the Agon: Dissent and authority in Homer, historiography and tragedy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Barker, Emma (2005). Greuze and the painting of sentiment. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Barker, Elton and Christensen, Joel (2013). A Beginner’s Guide to Homer. London: One World.

Beattie, Hugh (2001). Imperial Frontier Tribe and State in Waziristan. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press.

Beattie, Hugh (2014). Empire and Tribe in the Afghan Frontier Region: Custom, Conflict and British Strategy in Waziristan until 1947. London: I.B.Tauris (Forthcoming).

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2006). Swami Vivekananda's legacy of service: a study of the Ramakrishna math and mission. India: Oxford University Press.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2000). The Ramakrishna Mission: the Making of a Modern Hindu Movement. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

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

Belshaw, Christopher (2001). Environmental philosophy: reason, nature and human concern. UK, Canada: Acumen and McGill-Queens University Press.

Belshaw, Christopher (2005). 10 good questions about life and death. Blackwell Publishing.

Belshaw, Christopher (2009). Annihilation: the sense and significance of death. Stocksfield, UK: Acumen Publishing.

Benton, Tim (2006). The Modernist Home. London: Victoria and Albert Museum.

Benton, Tim (2007). The Villas of Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret 1920-1930. Basel, Switzerland: Birkhauser.

Benton, Tim (2007). Le Corbusier conférencier. Paris, France: Editions Le Moniteur.

Benton, Tim (2009). The Rhetoric of Modernism: Le Corbusier as Lecturer. Basel: Birkhäuser Publications.

Benton, Tim (2013). LC Foto: Le Corbusier Secret Photographer. Zurich: Lars Muller Publishers GmbH.

Benton, Tim; Cohen, Jean-Louis and Phaidon Editors (2008). Le Corbusier le Grand. London: Phaidon. file

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

Brown, Duncan (2006). To Speak of this land: Identity and Belonging in South Africa and Beyond. Scottsville, South Africa: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press.

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. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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.

Burrows, Donald (2005). Handel and the English Chapel Royal. Oxford Studies in British Church Music. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Burrows, Donald and Dunhill, Rosemary (2002). Music and theatre in Handel's world : the family papers of James Harris 1732-1780. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Burrows, Donald (1991). Handel's Messiah (Korean edition). Cambridge music handbooks. Seoul: Imprima Korean Agency.

Burrows, Donald (2008). Handel and the English Chapel Royal (revised paperback edition). Oxford Studies in British Church Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Burrows, Donald (2012). Handel. New York: Oxford University Press.

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

Chappell, Timothy (2005). Reading Plato's Theaetetus. Indianapolis, USA: Hackett Publishing Company.

Chappell, Timothy (2009). Ethics and Experience: Life Beyond Moral Theory. Durham: Acumen Publishing.

Chappell, Timothy (2005). The Inescapable Self: an Introduction to Western Philosophy since Descartes. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson.

Chimisso, Cristina (2001). Gaston Bachelard: critic of science and the imagination. Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Philosophy, 9. London and New York: Routledge.

Chimisso, Cristina (2008). Writing the History of the Mind: Philosophy and Science in France, 1900 to 1960s. Science, Technology and Culture 1700-1945. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Christian, Kathleen Wren (2010). Empire without End: Antiquities Collections in Renaissance Rome, c. 1350-1527. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Clarke, Richard; McKellar, Elizabeth and Symes, Michael (2005). Russell Square: a lifelong resource for teaching and learning. Birkbeck FCE Occasional paper, 5. London: Centre for European Protected Area Research (CEPAR), Birkbeck, University of London.

Clayton, Martin (2007). Music, time and place: Essays in comparative musicology. Delhi, India: B. R. Rhythms.

Clayton, Martin (2008). Time in Indian Music: Rhythm, Metre, and Form in North Indian Rag Performance. Oxford Monographs on Music. New York: Oxford University Press.

Cohen, Jean-Louis and Benton, Tim (2008). Le Corbusier the Great. London/New York: Phaidon.

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.

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

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.

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.

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 (1993). Historic New Lanark: the Dale and Owen Industrial Community since 1785. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

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

Dueck, Byron (2013). Musical Intimacies and Indigenous Imaginaries: Aboriginal Music and Dance in Public Performance in Manitoba. New York: Oxford University Press.

Dumont D'Ayot, Catherine and Benton, Tim (2012). Le Corbusier's Pavilion for Zurich: Model and Prototype of an Ideal Exhibition Space. Ennetbaden: Lars Muller Verlag. file

Edwards, Stephen (2006). Photography: A Very Short Introduction. Very Short Introductions. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Edwards, Steve (2006). The Making of English Photography, Allegories. Pennsylvania, USA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Edwards, Stephen (2012). Martha Rosler, The Bowery in two inadequate descriptive systems. London: Afterall (Forthcoming).

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.

Frankish, Keith (2004). Mind and supermind. Cambridge Studies in Philosophy. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Frankish, Keith (2005). Consciousness. Milton Keynes, U.K.: The Open University.

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.

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

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.

Gaiger, Jason (2008). Aesthetics and Painting. Continuum Aesthetics. London: Continuum International Publishing Group.

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.

Golding, Rosemary (2013). Music and Academia in Victorian Britain. Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Farnham: Ashgate .

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.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2006). The Burial of the Urban Poor in Italy in the Late Roman Republic and Early Empire. BAR international series (1565). Oxford: Archaeopress.

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

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

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.

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

Hardwick, Lorna (2003). Reception Studies. Greece and Rome: New Surveys in the Classics (33). Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press.

Hardwick, Lorna (2004). Translating words, Translating Cultures. Classical Inter/Faces. London, U.K.: Duckworth.

Harrison, Charles (2005). Painting the difference: sex and spectator in modern art. Chicago. USA: University of Chicago Press.

Harrison, Charles (2001). Conceptual art and painting: further essays on Art & Language. Cambridge, USA: The MIT Press.

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.

Harvey, Graham (2005). Animism: Respecting the Living World. London, UK: Hurst.

Harvey, Graham (2013). Food, Sex and Strangers: Understanding Religion as Everyday Life. Sheffield: Acumen .

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.

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.

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.

Herbert, David (2003). Religion and civil society: rethinking public religion in the contemporary world. Ashgate Religion Culture and Society. Ashgate.

Herbert, Trevor (2006). The Trombone. Yale Musical Instrument Series. Yale University Press.

Herbert, Trevor (2009). Music in Words: A Guide to Researching and Writing about Music. UK: Oxford University Press.

Herbert, Trevor (2012). Music in Words: A Guide to Researching and Writing about music. London: ABRSM Publishing.

Herbert, Trevor and Barlow, Helen (2013). Music and the British Military in the Long Nineteenth Century. New York: Oxford University Press .

Herbert, Trevor and Myers, Arnold (1990). Catalogue of the European Wind and Percussion Instruments in the Cyfarthfa Castle Museum Collection. Merthyr Tydfil: Cyfarthfa Castle Museum and Art Gallery.

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.

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

Hope, Valerie (2007). Death in Ancient Rome: A sourcebook. London, UK: Routledge.

Hope, Valerie (2009). Roman death: the dying and the dead in Ancient Rome. London: Continuum.

Hope, Valerie M. (2001). Constructing identity: the Roman funerary monuments of Aquileia, Mainz and Nimes. British Archaeological Reports, International Series (960). Oxford, UK: Archaeopress.

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

Hutchinson, Mark and Wolffe, John (2012). A Short History of Global Evangelicalism. New York: Cambridge University Press.

James, Paula (2011). Ovid's Myth of Pygmalion on Screen: In Pursuit of the Perfect Woman. Continuum Studies in Classical Reception. London: Continuum.

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

King, Catherine E. (2007). Representing Renaissance Art 1500-1600. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

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.

King, Helen (2004). The Disease of Virgins: Green Sickness, Chlorosis and the Problems of Puberty. London: Routledge.

King, Helen (2007). Midwifery, Obstetrics and the Rise of Gynaecology: The Uses of a Sixteenth-Century Compendium. Women and Gender in the Early Modern World. Aldershot: Ashgate.

King, Helen (1998). Hippocrates' Woman: Reading the Female Body in Ancient Greece. London: Routledge.

King, Helen (2013). The One-Sex Body on Trial: The Classical and Early Modern Evidence. Farnham: Ashgate. file

King, Helen and Dasen, Véronique (2008). La Médecine dans l' Antiquité grecque et romaine. Lausanne: Editions BHMS.

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.

Llewellyn-Jones, Lloyd and Robson, James (2009). Ctesias' History of Persia: Tales of the Orient. Routledge Classical Translations. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2006). The church of the Archangel Michael at Kavalariana: art and society on fourteenth-century Venetian-dominated Crete. London, UK: Pindar Press.

Maiden, John (2009). National religion and the Prayer Book controversy, 1927-28. Studies in Modern British Religious History. Woodbridge, UK: The Boydell Press.

Matravers, Derek (2012). Introducing Philosophy of Art: Eight Case Studies. Durham: Acumen Press.

Matravers, Derek (2014). Fiction and Narrative. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McKellar, Elizabeth (1999). The birth of modern London: The development and design of the city 1660-1720. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

McKellar, Elizabeth (2013). Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. New Haven: Yale University Press.

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.

Mombauer, Annika (2014). Die Julikrise. Europas Weg in den Ersten Weltkrieg. Beck'sche Reihe Wissen. Munich: C.H. Beck Verlag.

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.

Newall, Diana (2008). Appreciating Art. London: A&C Black / Herbert Press Ltd.

Norman, Diana (2003). Painting in late medieval and Renaissance Siena (1260-1555). New Haven, USA: Yale University Press.

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.

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.

Parsonage, Catherine (2005). The Evolution of Jazz in Britain, 1880-1935. Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Parsons, Gerald (2004). Siena, civil religion and the Sienese. UK: Ashgate.

Paul, Joanna (2013). Film and the Classical Epic Tradition. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Perkins, Philip (2007). Etruscan Bucchero in the British Museum. British Museum Research Publication, 165. London, UK: The British Museum Press.

Perkins, Phil (1999). Etruscan Settlement, Society and Material Culture in Central Coastal Etruria. British Archaeological Reports International Series (788). Oxford: J. and E. Hedges. file

Perry, Gill (2007). Spectacular Flirtations: Viewing the Actress in British Art and Theatre 1768-1820. New Haven, USA: Yale University Press.

Perry, Gillian (1995). Women Artists and the Parisian Avant-Garde: Modernism and 'feminine' art 1900-1920s. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Perry, Gillian (1979). Paula Modersohn-Becker: Her life and work. Women's Press Ltd.

Perry, Gill (2014). Playing at Home: The House in Contemporary Art. London: Reaktion books Ltd (forthcoming).

Perry, Gillian; Roach, Joseph and West, Shearer (2011). The First Actresses: Nell Gwyn to Sarah Siddons. London: National Portrait Gallery and University of Michigan Press.

Philip, Robert (2004). Performing music in the age of recording. New Haven, USA: Yale University Press.

Pike, Jon (2007). Political Philosophy A-Z. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Pike, Jonathan (1999). From Aristotle to Marx: Aristotelianism in Marxist Social Ontology. Avebury Series in Philosophy. London: Ashgate.

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

Pooke, Grant and Newall, Diana (2008). Art History: the Basics. The Basics. Abingdon : Routledge.

Price, Carolyn (2001). Functions in mind: a theory of intentional content. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Putnam, Tim and Weinbren, Dan (1992). A short history of the Royal Small Arms Factory Enfield. London: Centre for Applied Historical Studies Middlesex University.

Ramsden, Mel; Harrison, Charles and Baldwin, Michael (2006). Art and Language: Homes for Homes II. Zurich, Switzerland: JRP-Ringier.

Ravenhill-Johnson , Annie and James , Paula (2013). The Art and Ideology of the Trade Union Emblem, 1850-1925. London : Anthem Press.

Richards, Fiona (2001). The music of John Ireland. UK: Ashgate.

Richardson, Carol M. (2009). Reclaiming Rome: Cardinals in the Fifteenth Century. Studies in Intellectual History, 173. Leiden: Brill.

Robson, James (2006). Humour, obscenity and Aristophanes. Drama - studien zum antiken drama und seiner rezeption, 1. Tuebingen, Germany: Gunter Narr Verlag.

Robson, James (2009). Aristophanes: An Introduction. London: Duckworth.

Robson, James (2013). Sex and Sexuality in Classical Athens. Debates and Documents. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Rothe, Ursula (2009). Dress and Cultural Identity in the Rhine-Moselle Region of the Roman Empire. British Archaeological Reports, 2009 (S2038). Oxford: Archaeopress.

Samuels, Robert (1995). Mahler's Sixth Symphony: a Study in Musical Semiotics. Cambridge Studies in Music Theory and Analysis, 6. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sinclair, Stefanie and Bowman, Marion (2006). Christianity: Study Guide. Milton Keynes, U.K.: Open University.

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.

Stott, Anne (2003). Hannah More: the First Victorian. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Swift, L. A. (2010). The hidden chorus: echoes of genre in tragic lyric. Oxford Classical Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Swift, Laura (2008). Euripides: Ion. Duckworth Companions to Greek and Roman Drama. London: Duckworth.

Tackley, Catherine (2012). Benny Goodman's Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert. Studies in Recorded Jazz. New York: Oxford University Press.

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 .

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2009). Religion and the Discourse on Modernity. Continuum Advances in Religious Studies. London, UK: Continuum.

Tremlett, Paul-Francois (2008). Levi-Strauss on Religion: The Structuring Mind. Key Thinkers in the Study of Religion. London, UK: Equinox.

Wainwright, Leon (2011). Timed Out: Art and the Transnational Caribbean. Rethinking Art's Histories. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

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

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Warburton, Nigel (2003). Erno Goldfinger: the life of an architect. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

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(2001). Rock to Raga: the many lives of the Indian guitar. In: Bennett, Andy and Dawe, Kevin eds. Guitar cultures. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers Ltd, pp. 179–208. file

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.

Allen, Richard (2001). Mary Shelley as editor of Percy Shelley. In: Bellamy, Joan; Laurence, Anne and Perry, Gillian eds. Women, Scholarship and Criticism: Gender & knowledge c.1790-1900. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 77–90. file

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

Alzola Romero, Aaron (2008). Los sitios de cada cosa: propuesta intercontextual para el estudio de las interacciones sociales en la protohistoria de la Cataluña Meridional. In: Miñarro Casas, Marta and Valenzuela-Lamas, Silvia eds. Actes del I Congrés de Joves Investigadors en Arqueologia dels Països Catalans: La Protohistòria als Països Catalans. Arqueomediterrània (10). Barcelona: Universidad de Barcelona, pp. 205–214.

Alzola Romero, Aaron (2005). ¿Colonizadores colonizados? Acercamientos teóricos recientes al papel fenicio en el sur de la Península Ibérica. In: Blanco, Antonio; Cancelo, Carlos and Esparza, Ángel eds. Bronce Final y Edad del Hierro en la Península Ibérica: Encuentro de Jóvenes Investigadores. Aquilafuente (86). Salamanca: Universidad de Salamanca, pp. 469–478.

Anderson, Linda (2005). Uneasy relations. In: 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.

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

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.

Baker-Bates, Piers (2008). The bishop and the artist: the quest for patronage in high renaissance rome. In: Burke, Jill and Bury, Michael eds. Art and Identity in Early Modern Rome. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 45–58.

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2009). Electra in Sylvia Plath’s poetry: a case of identification. In: Harrison, Stephen J. ed. Living Classics: Greece and Rome in Contemporary Poetry in English. Oxford: OUP, pp. 194–217.

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2013). ‘Who rules this nation? (Ποιός κυβερνά αυτόν τον τόπο;): political intrigue and the struggle for power in Michael Cacoyannis’ Iphigenia (1977)’. In: Bakogianni, Anastasia ed. Dialogues with the Past: Classical Reception Theory and Practice. BICS Supplement, 1 (126.1). London: Institute of Classical Studies, 225-249. file

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2013). Demotic power to the people: the triumph of dimotiki, the triumph of Medea. In: Hardwick, Lorna and Harrison, Stephen eds. Classics in the Modern World: A Democratic Turn? Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 197–212.

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2013). Annihilating Clytemnestra: the severing of the mother-daughter bond in Michael Cacoyannis’ Iphigenia (1977). In: Nikoloutsos , Konstantinos P. ed. Ancient Greek Women in Film. Classical Presences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 207–234.

Baldwin, Michael; Harrison, Charles and Ramsden, Mel (2007). Emergency Conditionals. In: Goldie, Peter and Schellekens, Elisabeth eds. Philosophy and Conceptual Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 257–266.

Barber, A. (2005). Co-extensive theories and unembedded definite descriptions. In: Elugardo, Reinaldo and Stainton, Robert J. eds. Ellipsis and Nonsentential Speech. Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy (81). Springer, pp. 185–201.

Barber, Alex (2003). Truth conditions and their recognition. In: Barber, Alex ed. Epistemology of language. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 367–395.

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Barber, Alex (2003). Chapter 1: Introduction. In: Barber, Alex ed. Epistemology of language. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. file

Barber, Alexander (2011). What refers? How? In: Turner, Ken ed. Making Semantics Pragmatic. Current Research in the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface (24). Bingley: Emerald, pp. 49–80. file

Barker, Emma (2007). Putting the viewer in the frame: Greuze as sentimentalist. In: Conisbee, Philip ed. French Genre Painting in the Eighteenth Century. Studies in the History of Art, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 72. New Haven, US: Yale University Press, pp. 105–127.

Barker, Elton (2011). ‘Possessing an unbridled tongue’: frank speech and speaking back in Euripides’ Orestes. In: Carter, David ed. Why Athens? A Reappraisal of Tragic Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 145–162.

Barker, Elton (2013). All mod cons: power, openness and text in a digital turn. In: Hardwick, Lorna and Harrison, Stephen eds. Classics in the Modern World: A ‘Democratic Turn’? Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 411–426.

Barker, Elton and Bouzarovski, Stefan (2013). Towards a qualitative network analysis of Herodotus 5. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (In press).

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan and Isaksen, Leif (2013). New worlds out of old texts. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (In press).

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris (2013). Writing space, living space: time, agency and place relations in Herodotus’s Histories. In: Heirman, Jo and Klooster, Jacqueline eds. The Ideologies of Lived Space in Literary Texts, Ancient and Modern. Ghent: Academia Press, pp. 229–247.

Barker, Elton and Isaksen, Leif (2013). Digital approaches to analysing spatial relationships in Herodotus 5. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (In press).

Barker, Elton; Isaksen, Leif; Rabinowitz, Nick; Bouzarovski, Stefan and Pelling, Chris (2013). On using a digital resources for the study of an ancient text: the case of Herodotus’ Histories. In: Dunn, Stuart and Mahony, Simon eds. The Digital Classicist. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement (122). Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, pp. 45–62. file

Barker, Elton and Pelling, Chris (2013). Space-Travelling in Herodotus 5. In: Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Isaksen, Leif and Pelling, Chris eds. New Worlds out of Old Texts: Approaches to the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Greek Literature. Oxford University Press, (forthcoming).

Barker, Elton T. E. (2008). Momos advises Zeus: changing representations of ‘Cypria’ fragment 1. In: Cingano, Ettore and Milano, Lucio eds. Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East: Proceedings of the “Advanced Seminar in the Humanities”, Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: S.A.R.G.O.N. Editrice e Libreria, pp. 33–73. file

Barker, Emma (2013). Georgiana at Althorp: Spencer Family Portraits 1755-1783. In: Perry, Gillian; Retford, Kate; Vibert, Jordan and Lyons, Hannah eds. Placing Faces: The Portrait and the Country House 1650-1850. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Beattie, H. (2013). The Mahdi and the end-times in Islam. In: Newcombe, Suzanne and Harvey, Sarah eds. Prophecy in the New Millennium: When Prophecies Persist. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 89–104.

Beattie, Hugh (2002). Etnicidad, nacionalismo y el Estado en Afganistán. In: Devalle, Susana ed. Identidad y Etnicidad Continuidad y Cambio. Mexico City: El Colegio de Mexico, pp. 83–117. file

Beattie, Hugh (2012). Custom and conflict in Waziristan: some British views. In: Marsden, Magnus and Hopkins, Benjamin eds. Beyond Swat: History, Society and Economy Along the Afghanistan-Pakistan Frontier. London: Hurst & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., pp. 209–220. file

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2008). The Swami and the artist: the use of Indian art in Swami Vivekananda's Apologetics. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. Colonialism, Modernity, and Religious Identities: Religious Reform Movements in South Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 213–238.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2000). Swami Akhandananda's sevavratra (vow of service) and the earliest expressions of service to humanity in the Ramakrishna Math and Mission. In: Copley, A ed. Gurus and Their Followers : New Religious Reform Movements in Colonial India. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press, pp. 59–82.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2003). Saffron and seva: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's appropriation of Swami Vivekananda. In: Copley, Antony ed. Hinduism in public and private: Reform, Hindutva, Gender and Sampraday. Oxford University Press, pp. 31–65.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (1994). 'Swami Vivekananda's response to the immorality of "modern famine". In: Das Gupta, R.K. ed. Swami Vivekananda: A Hundred Years Since Chicago - A Commemorative Volume. Belur, West Bengal: Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, pp. 308–321.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (1997). Swami Vivekananda and seva: taking "social service" seriously. In: Radice, W ed. Vivekananda and the Modernization of Hinduism. SOAS studies on South Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 158–193.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's 'Tradition of Selfless Service'. In: Zavos, John; Wyatt, Andrew and Hewitt, Vernon eds. The Politics of Cultural Mobilization in India. New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, pp. 105–135.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's "tradition of selfless service". In: Zavos, John; Wyatt, Andrew and Hewitt, Vernon Marston eds. The Politics of Cultural Mobilization in India. South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press, pp. 105–135.

Beckerlegge, G. (1997). Followers of 'Mohammed, Kalee and Dada Nanuk': the presence of Islam and South Asian religions in Victorian Britiain. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in Victorian Britain, Volume 5 . Manchester, U.K.: Manchester University Press in association with the Open University, pp. 222–267.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2001). Computer-mediated religion: religion on the internet at the end of the twentieth century. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. From Sacred Text to Internet. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change (1). Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate in association with the Open University, pp. 219–264.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2001). Hindu Sacred Images for the Mass Market. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. From Sacred Text to Internet. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change (1). Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate in association with the Open University, pp. 57–116.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2001). Introduction. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. From Sacred Text to Internet. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change (1). Aldershot, U.K.: Ashgate in association with the Open University, pp. 2–7.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2008). Introduction. In: Beckerlegge, Gwilym ed. Colonialism, Modernity, and Religious Identities: Religious Reform Movements in South Asia. New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, pp. 1–20.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2014). Eknath Ranade, gurus and jivanvratis: Vivekananda Kendra's promotion of the 'Yoga Way of Life'. In: Singleton, Mark and Goldberg, Ellen eds. Gurus of Modern Yoga. New York: Oxford University Press, (in press).

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2008). Religious Studies and theology in the context of secular higher education: the problem of the “methodological offer”. In: Warrier, Maya and Oliver, Simon eds. Theology and Religious Studies: An Exploration of Disciplinary Boundaries. London: T. & T. Clark, pp. 167–179. file

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The Hindu Renaissance and notions of universal religion. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University Press in association with the Open University, pp. 129–160.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2012). Media savvy or media averse? The Ramakrishna Math and Mission’s use of the media in representing itself and a religion called “Hinduism”. In: Zavos, John; Kanungo, Pralay; Reddy, Deepa S.; Warrier, Maya and Williams, Raymond eds. Public Hinduisms. New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, pp. 398–416.

Belshaw, Christopher (2002). Death, brains, and persons. In: Fisher, Robert N.; Primozic, Daniel T.; Day, Peter A. and Thompson, Joel A. eds. Suffering, Death and Identity. Value Inquiry Book Series/Personalist Studies (135). Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, pp. 141–154.

Belshaw, Christopher (2013). Death, value and desire. In: Feldman, Fred; Bradley, Ben and Johannsen, Jens eds. The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Death. Oxford Handbooks in Philosphy. Oxford, UK: OUP. file

Belshaw, Christopher (2009). Teaching ethics in universities and teaching professional ethics. In: Strain, John; Barnett, Ronald and Jarvis, Peter eds. Universities, Ethics and Professions. London/New York: Routledge, pp. 113–125.

Benatti, Francesca (2013). Joining the press-gang: Thomas Moore and the Edinburgh Review. In: Benatti, Francesca; Ryder, Sean and Tonra, Justin eds. Thomas Moore: Texts, Contexts, Hypertext. Reimagining Ireland (24). Oxford: Peter Lang.

Benatti, Francesca (2009). Charles Gavan Duffy. In: Brake, Laurel and Demoor, Marysa eds. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Gent and London: Academia Press and British Library, p. 184. file

Benatti, Francesca (2009). John Mitchel. In: Brake, Laurel and Demoor, Marysa eds. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Gent and London: Academia Press and British Library, pp. 419–420. file

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Benatti, Francesca (2009). Samuel Lover. In: Brake, Laurel and Demoor, Marysa eds. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Gent and London: Academia Press and British Library, pp. 380–381. file

Benatti, Francesca (2009). The Shamrock, 1866-1919? In: Brake, Laurel and Demoor, Marysa eds. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Gent and London: Academia Press and British Library, p. 569. file

Benatti, Francesca (2009). The Ulsterman (1852-1858); later the Irishman (1858-1885). In: Brake, Laurel and Demoor, Marysa eds. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Gent and London: Academia Press and British Library. file

Benatti, Francesca (2009). William Carleton, 1794-1869. In: Brake, Laurel and Demoor, Marysa eds. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Gent and London: Academia Press and British Library. file

Benatti, Francesca (2009). William Curry Jnr., d.1870. In: Brake, Laurel and Demoor, Marysa eds. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland. Gent and London: Academia Press and British Library. file

Benatti, Francesca (2008). Land and landscape in the Dublin Penny Journal, 1832-1833. In: Hooper, Glenn and Ní Bhroiméil, Úna eds. Land and Landscape in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Nineteenth-Century Ireland Series. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 13–24. file

Benton, Tim (2003). Italian architecture and design. In: Benton, Charlotte; Benton, Tim and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 218–229.

Benton, Tim (2006). Modernism and nature. In: Wilk, Christopher ed. Modernism: designing a new world. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 311–339.

Benton, Tim and Benton, Charlotte (2003). Avant garde sources. In: Benton, Charlotte; Benton, Tim and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 244–259.

Benton, Tim and Benton, Charlotte (2003). Decline and revival. In: Benton, Charlotte; Benton, Tim and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 426–429.

Benton, Tim and Benton, Charlotte (2003). The Style and the Age. In: Benton, Tim; Benton, Charlotte and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 12–27.

Benton, Tim (2009). The art of the well-tempered lecture: Reyner Banham and Le Corbusier. In: Aynsley, Jeremy and Atkinson, Harriet eds. The Banham Lectures: Essays on Designing the Future. Oxford, UK and New York, USA: Berg, pp. 11–32. file

Benton, Tim (2012). La rhétorique de la vérité: Le Corbusier à Alger. In: Bonillo, Jean-Lucien ed. Le Corbusier, Visions d'Alger. Les Rencontres de la Fondation Le Corbusier. Paris: Editions de La Villette, pp. 172–187. file

Benton, Tim (2014). Le Corbusier et la Méditerranée. In: Bonillo, Jean-Lucien ed. Domus Mare Nostrum. Toulon: Hemisud for Conseil General du Var, pp. 23–33. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Benton, Tim (2012). Art Deco and Japonisme. In: Brown, Kendall H. ed. Deco Japan: Shaping Modern Culture 1920-1945. Alexandria, VA, USA: Art Services International, pp. 25–34. file

Benton, Tim (2010). Le Corbusier e il vernacolare: Le Sextant a Les Mathes 1935. In: Canziani, Andrea ed. Le Case per artisti sull'Isola Comacina. Quaderni fondation montandon. Como: NodoLibri, pp. 22–43. file

Benton, Tim (2013). Atlantic Coast: nature as inspiration. In: Cohen, Jean-Louis ed. Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes. New York: Museum of Modern Art, pp. 162–167. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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Harvey, Graham (2009). Satanism: performing alterity and othering. In: Petersen, Jesper Aagaard ed. Contemporary Religious Satanism: a Critical Anthology. Ashgate Controversial New Religions Series. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 27–40.

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Harvey, Graham (2001). Comments on "The Permeability of Boundaries debate: alternative archaeology - has it happened?". In: Wallis, R. J. and Lymer, K. eds. A Permeability of Boundaries? New Approaches to the Archaeology of Art, Religion and Folklore. BAR international series (936). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, pp. 121–123.

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Alzola Romero, Aaron (2003). /Whois? Identity: collectivity and the self in IRC. PsychNology Journal, 1(2) pp. 87–130.

Alzola Romero, Aaron (2012). One laptop per college student? Exploring the links between access to IT hardware and academic performance in higher education e-learning programs. Journal of Distance Education, 26(1)

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.

Angelis, Vassilis; Holland, Simon; Upton, Paul J. and Clayton, Martin (2013). Testing a computational model of rhythm perception using polyrhythmic stimuli. Journal of New Music Research, 42(1) pp. 47–60. filefile

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

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

Baker-Bates, P. A. (2011). Sebastianello Nostro Venetiano: the career of Sebastiano del Piombo and the concept of a 'court artist' in renaissance Rome. The Court Historian - The International Journal of Court Studies, 16(1) pp. 7–23.

Baker-Bates, P.A. (2011). A means for the projection of soft power: 'Spanish churches' at Rome 1469-1527. Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture, 22

Baker-Bates, Piers (2013). Beyond Rome: Sebastiano del Piombo as a painter of diplomatic gifts. Renaissance Studies, 27(1) pp. 51–72.

Baker-Bates, Piers (2008). A portrait of Cardinal Pompeo Colonna, rival and imitator of the papal Caesars. Papers of the British School at Rome, 76 pp. 183–199.

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2008). All is well that ends tragically: filming Greek tragedy in modern Greece. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 51 pp. 119–167.

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2009). The taming of a tragic heroine: Electra in eighteenth-century art. International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 16(1) pp. 19–57.

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2009). Voices of resistance: Michael Cacoyannis’ The Trojan Women (1971). The Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 52(1) pp. 45–68.

Bakogianni, Anastasia (2007). An eighteenth-century jealous woman and a twentieth-century hysterical diva: the case of Mozart's Idomeneo (1781) and Strauss' Elektra (1909). New Voices in Classical Reception Studies, 2 pp. 1–32. file

Baldwin, Michael; Harrison, Charles and Ramsden, Mel (2006). Voices Off: Reflections on Conceptual Art. Critical Inquiry, 33(1) pp. 113–135.

Baldwin, Michael; Harrison, Charles and Ramsden, Mel (2007). A Place to Work. Museum International, 59(3) pp. 31–40.

Barber, Alex (2007). Linguistic structure and the brain. Croatian Journal of Philosophy, 3(21) pp. 317–341.

Barber, A. (2006). Testimony and illusion. Croatian Journal of Philosophy, 3(18) pp. 401–429. file

Barber, Alex (2001). Idiolectal error. Mind and Language, 16(3) pp. 263–283. file

Barber, Alex (2008). Sentence realization again: reply to Rey. Croatian Journal of Philosophy, 8(23) pp. 233–240. file

Barber, Alex (2011). Hedonism and the experience machine. Philosophical Papers, 40(2) pp. 257–278. file

Barber, Alex (2013). Understanding as knowledge of meaning. Philosophy Compass, 8(10) pp. 964–977.

Barber, Alex (2013). Science's immunity to moral refutation. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 91(4) pp. 633–653. file

Barker, Elton (2004). The fall-out from dissent: hero and audience in Sophocles' Ajax. Greece & Rome, 51(1) pp. 1–20.

Barker, Emma (2007). Mme Geoffrin, painting and galanterie: Carle Van Loo’s Conversation espagnole and Lecture espagnole. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 40(4) pp. 587–614.

Barker, Emma (1997). Painting and Reform in Eighteenth-Century France: Greuze's L'Accordé de Village. Oxford Art Journal, 20(2) pp. 42–52.

Barker, Emma (2009). Imaging childhood in eighteenth-century France: Greuze's Little Girl with a Dog. Art Bulletin, 91(4) pp. 426–445.

Barker, Emma (2010). From Charity to Bienfaisance: Picturing Good Deeds in Late Eighteenth-Century France. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33(3) pp. 285–311.

Barker, Emma (2009). Rehabilitating the Rococo. Oxford Art Journal, 32(2) pp. 306–313.

Barker, Elton (2006). Paging the oracle: interpretation, identity and performance in Herodotus’ History. Greece & Rome, 53(1) pp. 1–28. file

Barker, Elton (2004). Achilles' last stand: Institutionalising dissent in Homer's Iliad. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society pp. 92–120. file

Barker, Elton (2011). The Iliad’s big swoon: a case of innovation within the epic tradition. Trends in Classics, 3(1) pp. 1–17. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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.

Barker, Elton; Bouzarovski, Stefan; Pelling, Chris and Isaksen, Leif (2010). Mapping an ancient historian in a digital age: the Herodotus Encoded Space-Text-Image Archive (HESTIA). Leeds International Classical Studies, 9(2010) article no. 1. file

Barker, Elton and Christensen, Joel (2006). Flight club: the new Archilochus and its resonance with Homeric epic. Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici, 57(2) pp. 9–41. file

Barker, Elton and Christensen, Joel (2011). On not remembering Tydeus: Diomedes and the contest for Thebes. Materiali e discussioni per l’analisi dei testi classici, 66(1) pp. 9–44.

Barker, Elton T. E. and Christensen, Joel P. (2008). Oedipus of many pains: Strategies of contest in Homeric poetry. Leeds International Classical Studies, 7/2008(2) article no. 7.2. file

Barker, Emma (2012). Reading the Greuze Girl: the daughter's seduction. Representations, 117 pp. 86–119. file

Barlow, Helen (2012). The military band images of George Scharf. Music in Art, XXXVII(1-2) 9-24 .

Beattie, Hugh (2011). Negotiations with the tribes of Waziristan 1849-1914-the British experience. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 39(4) pp. 571–587.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). The early spread of Vedanta societies: an example of 'imported localism'. Numen: International Review for the History of Religions, 51(3) pp. 296–320.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2004). Iconographic representations of renunciation and activism in the Ramakrishna Math and Mission and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 19(1) pp. 47–66.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2006). Swami Vivekananda and the sangh parivar: convergent or divergent views on population, religion and national identity? Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy, 9(2) pp. 121–135.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2007). Responding to Conflict: A Test of the Limits of Neo–Vedāntic Social Activism in the Ramakrishna Math and Mission? International Journal of Hindu Studies, 11(1) pp. 1–25.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2008). Svāmī Vivekānanda’s iconic presence and conventions of nineteenth-century photographic portraiture. International Journal of Hindu Studies, 12(1) pp. 1–40.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2010). 'An ordinary organisation run by ordinary people': a study of leadership in Vivekananda Kendra. Contemporary South Asia, 18(1) pp. 71–88.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2011). Seva (service to humanity): a boundary issue in the study of recent and contemporary Hindu movements. Man in India, 91(1) pp. 39–56.

Beckerlegge, Gwilym (2011). Teaching about religions of South Asian origin at The Open University: a reflection on the scope and limitations of flexible learning. Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies, 10(2) pp. 61–77.

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

Belshaw, Christopher (2003). More lives, better lives. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 6(2) pp. 127–141.

Belshaw, Christopher (2011). Animals, identity and persistence. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 89(3) pp. 401–419.

Belshaw, Christopher (2010). Privacy, confidentiality and harm. Nursing Ethics, 17(1) pp. 133–134.

Belshaw, Christopher (2012). What's wrong with the Experience Machine? European Journal of Philosophy (in press). file

Belshaw, Christopher (2012). Harm, change and time. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 37(5) pp. 425–444. file

Belshaw, Christopher (2012). A new argument for anti-natalism. South African Journal of Philosophy, 31(1) pp. 117–137.

Benatti, Francesca (2009). Irish patriots and Scottish adventurers: the Irish Penny Journal, 1840-1841. Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 35(2) pp. 36–41. file

Benatti, Francesca (2010). Postgraduate education. Research & Resources in a Digital Age: UCD Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive, 1(1) file

Bennett, Zoe; Faltin, Lucia and Wright, Melanie (2003). Critical thinking and international postgraduate students. Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies, 3(1) pp. 63–94.

Benton, Tim (2001). Humanism and fascism. Comparative Criticism: An Annual Journal, 23 pp. 69–115.

Benton, Tim (2010). Review: Pride in modesty: modernist architecture and the vernacular tradition in Italy by Michelangelo Sabatino. Harvard Design Magazine, 33 pp. 141–144.

Benton, Tim (2009). New books on Le Corbusier. Journal of Design History, 22(3) pp. 271–284.

Benton, Tim (2008). The complexities and contradicitions of modernism. Positions, 0 pp. 16–21. file

Betts, Eleanor (2013). Cubrar matrer: goddess of the Picenes? Accordia Research Papers, 12 pp. 119–147. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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.

Bowman, Marion (2006). The Holy Thorn Ceremony: Revival, Rivalry and Civil Religion in Glastonbury (Presidential Address given to the Folklore Society, March 2005). Folklore, 117(2) pp. 123–140.

Bowman, Marion (2004). Taking stories seriously: vernacular religion, contemporary Spirituality and the myth of Jesus in Glastonbury. Temenos, 39-40 pp. 125–142.

Bowman, Marion (2007). A Tale of Two Celticities: Sacred Springs, Legendary Landscape, and Celtic Revival in Bath. Australian Religion Studies Review, 20(1) pp. 93–115.

Bowman, Marion (2007). Arthur and Bridget in Avalon: Celtic Myth, Vernacular Religion and Contemporary Spirituality in Glastonbury. Fabula, Journal of Folktale Studies, 48(1/2) pp. 16–32.

Bowman, Marion (2004). Procession and possession in Glastonbury: Continuity, change and the manipulation of tradition. Folklore, 115(3) pp. 273–285.

Bowman, Marion (2003). Vernacular religion and nature: The “Bible of the Folk” tradition in Newfoundland. Folklore, 114(3) pp. 285–295.

Bowman, Marion (2009). Learning from experience: The value of analysing Avalon. Religion, 39(2) pp. 161–168.

Bowman, Marion I. (2005). Ancient Avalon, New Jerusalem, Heart Chakra of Planet Earth: the Local and the Global in Glastonbury. Numen: International Review for the History of Religions, 52(2) pp. 157–190.

Bowman, Marion (2000). nature, the natural and pagan identity. Pagan Identities, Special Issue of DISKUS, Marion Bowman, Graham Harvey, eds., 6

Bowman, Marion (2009). Glastonbury festival and the performance of remembrance. DISKUS, 10

Bowman, Marion (2014). Vernacular Religion, Contemporary Spirituality and Emergent Identities: Lessons from Lauri Honko. Approaching Religion, 4(1) pp. 101–113. file

Bowman, Marion (2013). Raising the Dead: Revisiting Letters to Diana. Acta Ethnographica Hungarica, 58(1) pp. 221–228.

Brown, Duncan (2005). Narrative, memory, and mapping: Ronnie Govender's 'At the Edge' and other Cato Manor Stories. Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Studies, 5(1) pp. 69–83.

Brown, Duncan (2004). My pen is the tongue of a skilful Poet: African-Christian identity and the poetry of Nontsizi Mgqwetho. English in Africa, 31(1) pp. 23–58.

Brown, Duncan (2002). Environment and identity: Douglas Livingstone's A Littoral Zone. Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 16(2) pp. 94–116.

Brown, Duncan (2002). Reflections on The First Bushman’s Path: Stories, Songs and Testimonies of the /Xam of the Northern Cape: Interview with Alan James. Current Writing, 14(2) pp. 155–173.

Brown, Duncan (2001). Aboriginality, Identity and Belonging in South Africa and Beyond. English in Africa, 28(1) pp. 67–90.

Brown, Duncan (2001). National belonging and cultural difference: South Africa and the Global Imaginary. Journal of Southern African Studies, 27(4) pp. 757–769.

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

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.

Budelmann, Felix (2004). Greek tragedies in West African adaptations. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society, 50 pp. 1–28.

Budelmann, Felix (2006). The mediated ending of Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus. Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici, 57 pp. 43–62.

Budelmann, Felix (2007). The reception of Sophocles' representation of physical pain. American Journal of Philology, 128(4) pp. 443–467.

Burillo Mozota, Francisco and Alzola Romero, Aarón (2005). Food, drink and the Other in the Celtiberian city-state of Segeda I (Zaragoza, Spain). Archaeological Review from Cambridge, 20(2) pp. 69–81.

Burrows, D. (2007). Perhaps Handel was right after all: some thoughts on editing 'Ariodante'. The Musical Times, 148(1898) pp. 35–48.

Burrows, Donald (2005). The word-books for Handel's performances of 'Samson'. Musical Times, 146(1890) pp. 7–15.

Burrows, Donald (2005). The Word-Books for Handel's Performances of "Samson". The Musical Times, 146(1890) pp. 7–15.

Burrows, Donald (2005). Mr Harris’s Score’: A new look at the ‘Mathews’ manuscript of Handel’s ‘Messiah’. Music & Letters, 86(4) pp. 560–572.

Burrows, Donald (2010). Bringing Europe to Britain: Handel’s first decade in London. Händel-Jahrbuch, 56 pp. 65–77.

Burrows, Donald (2008). ‘The composition of three arias in Handel’s Ariodante’. Händel-Jahrbuch, 54 pp. 131–149.

Burrows, Donald (2009). The Royal Music Library and its Handel collection. The Electronic British Library Journal, 2009 . file

Burrows, Donald (2009). A Sacred Oratorio for the Theatre: an Experiment that nearly failed. Händel-Jahrbuch, 55 pp. 135–144.

Burrows, Donald (2009). Didn’t Handel go to Oxford in 1749? Musical Times, 150(1909) pp. 31–38.

Burrows, Donald (2011). HWV301 and all that: the history of Handel’s 'oboe concertos'. Musical Times, 152(1914) pp. 3–6.

Burrows, Donald (2010). Lists of Musicians for Performances of Handel’s Messiah at the Foundling Hospital, 1754-1777. Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, 43 pp. 85–109.

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.

Chappell, T. D. J. (2006). Reading the peritropê: Theaetetus 170c-171c. Phronesis, 51(2) pp. 109–139.

Chappell, Timothy (2001). Option ranges. Journal of Applied Philosophy, 18(2) pp. 107–118.

Chappell, Timothy (2010). Mi Kyoung Lee's Epistemology after Protagoras: responses to relativism in Plato, Aristotle, and Democritus. Philosophical Books, 51(2) pp. 117–125.

Chappell, Timothy (2008). Critical study of Sylvain Delcomminette, Le Philèbe de Platon. International Journal of the Platonic Tradition, 2(1) pp. 65–75.

Chappell, Timothy (2008). Moral perception. Philosophy, 83(4) pp. 421–437. file

Chappell, Timothy (2007). Infinity goes up on trial: must eternal life be meaningless? European Journal of Philosophy, 17(1) pp. 30–44. file

Chappell, Timothy (2008). Utopias and the art of the possible. Analyse und Kritik, 30 pp. 179–203. file

Chappell, Timothy (2008). Defending the unity of knowledge. The Philosophical Quarterly, 58(232) pp. 532–538.

Chappell, Timothy (2010). Ethical blindspots: why Socrates was not a cosmopolitan. Ratio, 23(1) pp. 17–33. file

Chappell, Timothy (2009). Ethics beyond moral theory. Philosophical Investigations, 32(3) pp. 206–243. file

Chappell, Timothy (2010). “A logos that increases itself”: response to Burley. Philosophy, 85(1) pp. 105–108. file

Chappell, Timothy (2010). Book Review. Self-Constitution: Agency, Identity, and Integrity. By Christine M. Korsgaard. Philosophy, 85(3) pp. 425–432. file

Chappell, Timothy (2009). The fear of death. New Blackfriars, 90(1028) pp. 413–423. file

Chappell, Timothy (2009). Philosophy as a humanistic discipline – by Bernard Williams The sense of the past – by Bernard Williams. Philosophical Investigations, 32(4) pp. 360–371.

Chappell, Timothy (2011). Glory as an ethical idea. Philosophical Investigations, 34(2) pp. 105–134. file