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Loftus, Donna (2018). Markets and culture. In: Handley, Sasha; McWilliam, Rohan and Noakes, Lucy eds. New Directions in Social and Cultural History. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 109–128.

Loftus, Donna (2017). Time, history and the making of the industrial middle class: the story of Samuel Smith. Social History, 42(1) pp. 29–51. file

Loftus, Donna (2014). Work, poverty and modernity in Mayhew's London. Journal of Victorian Culture, 19(4) pp. 507–519. file

Loftus, Donna (2012). Entrepreneurialism or gentlemanly capitalism. In: Hewitt, Martin ed. The Victorian World. Routledge Worlds. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

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

Loftus, Donna (2011). Self-made men and the civic: time, space and narrative in late nineteenth-century autobiography. In: Baggerman, Arianne; Dekker, Rudolph and Mascuch, Michael eds. Controlling Time and Shaping the Self. Developments in Autobiographical Writing since the Sixteenth Century. Egodocuments and History (3). Leiden: Brill.

Loftus, Donna (2009). Limited liability, market democracy, and the social organization of production in mid-nineteenth century Britain. In: Henry, Nancy and Schmitt, Cannon eds. Victorian Investments: New Perspectives on Finance and Culture. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 79–97.

Loftus, Donna (2006). The self in society: middle-class men and autobiography. In: Amigoni, David ed. Life Writing and Victorian Culture. The Nineteenth Century. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 67–86.

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

Loftus, Donna (2000). Industrial conciliation, class co-operation and the urban landscape in mid-Victorian England. In: Morris, Robert J. and Trainor, Richard H. eds. Urban Governance: Britain and Beyond Since 1750. Historical Urban Studies Series. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 182–198.

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

Gray, Robert and Loftus, Donna (1999). Industrial regulation, urban space and the boundaries of the workplace: mid-Victorian Nottingham. Urban History, 26(2) pp. 211–229. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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