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Brown, Richard Danson (2025). Fie Upon “But Yet”: Stanza Lead Words and Adversative Conjunctions in The Faerie Queene. In: Goeglein, Tamara A. and Vaught, Jennifer C. eds. Textual Respect: Essays in Honor of Judith H. Anderson. Kalamazoo, USA and Berlin, Germany: Medieval Institute Publications and De Gruyter.

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Coleclough, Sharon; Michael-Fox, Bethan and Visser, Renske eds. (2024). Difficult Death, Dying and the Dead in Media and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Cook, James; Kolassa, Alexander; Robinson, Alexander and Whittaker, Adam eds. (2024). History as Fantasy in Music, Sound, Image and Media. Music and Visual Culture. Routledge (In Press).

Johnson, David; Finkelstein, David and Davis, Caroline eds. (2024). The Edinburgh Companion to British Colonial Periodicals. Edinburgh Companions to Literature and the Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Rowland, David ed. (2024). Clementi Correspondence and Other Documents. Muzio Clementi Opera Omnia, CCE 5. Bologna: Ut Orpheus Edizioni.

Allan, William and Swift, Laura (2024). Euripides: Bacchae. Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Attah, Tom; Cavett, Esther; Dueck, Byron; Miller, Sue and Redhead, Lauren (2024). Teaching music theory in UK higher education today: contexts and commentaries. Music Education Research (Early access).

Barker, Elton (2024). The Hero in Homer. In: Allison, Scott; Beggan, James and Goethals, George eds. Encyclopedia of Heroism Studies. Cham: Springer, pp. 1–7.

Barker, Elton; Palladino, Chiara and Gordin, Shai (2024). Digital approaches to investigating space and place in Classical Studies. The Classical Review (Early access).

Barker, Naomi J. (2024). Music, Medicine and Religion at the Ospedale di Santo Spirito in Rome 1550–1750. Music in Society and Culture, 12. Woodbridge: Boydell Press.

Barnes, A. J. (2024). Revolutionary Heroes in Chinese Propaganda Posters. In: Allison, S. T.; Beggan, J. K. and Goethals, G. R. eds. Encyclopedia of Heroism Studies. Cham: Springer, pp. 1–7.

Brown, Richard Danson (2024). Spenser with Bruegel: Authority and Punishment in The Faerie Queene, Book V. Spenser Studies, 38 pp. 1–29.

Brown, Richard Danson and Hadfield, Andrew (2024). Bad Spenser? A Dialogue. The Spenser Review (In press).

Brown, Richard Danson; Hadfield, Andrew and Wadowski, Andrew (2024). Introduction to special number on Bad Poetry. The Spenser Review (In press).

Brown, Richard Danson; Hadfield, Andrew and Wadowski, Andrew (2024). The Spenser Review: Special Number on Bad Poetry. The Spenser Review (In press).

Brown, Richard Danson (2024). Scorned little creatures?: insects and genre in Complaints (1591). In: Stenner, Rachel and Shinn, Abigail eds. Edmund Spenser and Animal Life. Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature. London: Palgrave, pp. 139–158.

Clarke, Martin V. (2024). Music and Charles Wesley’s Legacy. The Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture (In Press).

Clarke, Martin V. (2024). 1780 Collection of Hymns. In: Norris, Clive Murray and Cunningham, Joseph W eds. The Routledge Companion to John Wesley. Routledge Religion Companions. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 114–125.

Cook, James; Kolassa, Alexander; Robinson, Alexander and Whittaker, Adam (2024). Introduction: Beyond authenticity in music, history, and fantasy. In: Cook, James; Kolassa, Alexander; Robinson, Alexander and Whittaker, Adam eds. History as Fantasy in Music, Sound, Image and Media. Music and Visual Culture. Routledge (In Press).

Crisp, Lindsay Polly (2024). Objects and bodies in Michael Landy's Shelf Life. In: Mohan, Urmila ed. The Efficacy of Intimacy and Belief in Worldmaking Practices. Routledge, pp. 58–72.

Dohmen, Renate (2024). ‘What’s In a Photo?’ Frederick Douglass and Ram Singh II, Maharaj of Jaipur. Or: Lateral Art History and The Postindian Trickster, An Experiment in Method. In: Burns, Emily and Price, Alice M. Rudy eds. Routledge Companion to Art and Empire: Imperialism and Aesthetic Practices. Routledge (In press).

Golding, Rosemary (2024). Classical Music in British Children’s Television: Narrative, Communication, and Cultural Meaning. Music, Sound, and the Moving Image (In press).

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2024). Death's ritual symbolic performance. In: Erasmo, Mario ed. A Cultural History of Death in Antiquity. The Cultural Histories Series, 1. London, UK: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 67–82.

Graham, Emma-Jayne (2024). The haptic production of religious knowledge among the Vestal Virgins: A hands-on approach to Roman ritual. In: Abigail, Graham and Blanka, Misic eds. Senses, Cognition, and Ritual Experience in the Roman World. Ancient Religion and Cognition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 59–88.

Haslam, Sara; Miller, Jesse and Cantwell-Jurkovic, Laureen (2024). The Flow of Comfort: Bibliotherapy, the History of Literary Caregiving, and the Academic Library Today. In: Cantwell-Jurkovic, Laureen P. ed. Intersections in Healing: Academic Libraries and the Health Humanities. Medical Library Association Books. Lanham, Maryland, US: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 63–82.

Holton, Stephanie (2024). Prognosis and psyche: the medical dream before Aristotle. In: ONEIRATA: Sleep, Dreams, and Divination in Aristotle and his Predecessors, 22-23 May 2024, University of Durham, Durham, UK.

Hope, Valerie M. (2024). Dead and Dying Bodies. In: Erasmo, Mario ed. A Cultural History of Death in Antiquity. A Cultural History of Death. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 15–31.

Katritzky, M A (2024). ‘Shackshoone: the disabled non-European performative body in 17th-century London'. In: Hengerer, Mark ed. Der Körper in der Frühen Neuzeit: Praktiken, Rituale, Performanz. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (In Press), pp. 323–343.

King, Helen (2024). Immaculate Forms: Uncovering the History of Women's Bodies. Wellcome Collection. London, UK: Profile Books Ltd..

Knight, Lania (2024). Write a Novel in Twelve Easy Steps. In: Moore, Marshall and Meekings, Sam eds. The Scholarship of Creative Writing Practice: Beyond Craft, Pedagogy, and the Academy. Bloomsbury, pp. 63–76.

Kolassa, Alexander (2024). Haunted by the Past: Music and Folk Horror in Children of the Stones. In: Cook, James; Kolassa, Alexander; Robinson, Alexander and Whittaker, Adam eds. History as Fantasy in Music, Sound, Image and Media. Music and Visual Culture. Routledge.

Kolassa, Alexander (2024). Beyond nostalgia: hearing anachronism in Westworld and television's new golden age. In: Halfyard, Steve and Reyland, Nicholas eds. Palgrave Handbook of Music and Sound in Peak TV. Palgrave MacMillan (In Press).

Mac Cathmhaoill, Dónall (2024). Aesthetics and Efficacy in Applied and Community Theater. In: Bradford, Richard; Gonzalez, Madelena and De Ornellas, Kevin eds. A Companion to Literary Evaluation. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture. Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp. 226–242.

Michael-Fox, Bethan (2024). [Book Review] Hauntology: Ghosts of Futures Past by Merlin Coverley. Mortality, 29(2) pp. 361–362.

Michael-Fox, Bethan (2024). My favourite fictional academic. Times Higher Education.

Michael-Fox, Bethan (2024). Troubling Entanglements: Death, Loss and the Dead in and on Television. In: Peterson, Jesse D.; Dekker, Natashe Lemos and Olson, Philip R. eds. Death's Social and Material Meaning Beyond the Human. Death and Culture. Bristol University Press (In Press).

Morales Tirado, Alba; Carvalho, Jason; Ratta, Marco; Uwasomba, Chukwudi; Mulholland, Paul; Barlow, Helen; Herbert, Trevor and Daga, Enrico (2024). Musical Meetups Knowledge Graph (MMKG): a collection of evidence for historical social network analysis. In: The Semantic Web - 21st International Conference (Meroño Peñuela, Albert; Dimou, Anastasia; Troncy, Raphael; Hartig, Olaf; Acosta, Maribel; Alam, Mehwish; Paulheim, Heiko and Lisena, Pasquale eds.), Springer.

Moss, Eloise; Houghton, Frances; John, Kesewa; Kalayil, Sheena; Pooley, William; Sanders, Michael and White, Benjamin Thomas (2024). Social History Book Club: Zadie Smith, The Fraud. Social History, 49(2) pp. 225–239.

Murray, Andrew and Bradshaw, Alan (2024). Could commodities themselves speak? An Introduction to the Agnotology of the Spectacle. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 42(2) pp. 275–293.

O'Shea, Helen (2024). Politics of the Heart: In Conversation with Porty Pride. Scottish Affairs, 33(1) pp. 36–46.

O'Shea, Helen and Barker, Kim (2024). Guest Editorial. Scottish Affairs, 33(1) pp. 1–3.

Plassart, Anna (2024). Montesquieu, Smith and Burke on the ‘labouring poor’: An eighteenth-century debate. In: O'Flaherty, Niall and Mills, R.J.W. eds. Ideas of poverty in the Age of Enlightenment. Studies in early modern European history. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 128–147.

Robson, James (2024). Sex in Athens in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries BCE. In: Wiesner-Hanks, M. E. and Kuefler, M. eds. Sites of Knowledge and Practice. The Cambridge World History of Sexualities, 3. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1–26.

Rowland, David (2024). Performing Simultaneous Triplets and Dotted Rhythms in Schubert's Piano Music. In: Gardiner, Matthew and Martin, Christine eds. Schubert's Piano. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (In Press), pp. 116–135.

Slight, John (2024). [Book Reviews] Journey in the Grand Sahara of Africa.. Middle Eastern Studies, 60(3) pp. 519–520.

Slight, John (2024). The Hajj and Colonial South Asia. In: Khan, Qaisra M. and Nassar, Nahla eds. Hajj and the Arts of Pilgrimage: Essays in Honour of Nasser David Khalili, Volume 2. London: GINGKO, pp. 283–306.

Taylor, Clare (2024). Old blocks and modern papers: the enduring appeal of eighteenth-century wallpaper patterns. The Wallpaper History Review, 2024 (In press).

Taylor, Clare (2024). Musical instrument covers and their makers in eighteenth and nineteenth century Britain and Ireland. Galpin Society Journal, 2024 (In press).

Taylor, Clare (2024). An authentic material? Gilt leather imitations in late nineteenth-century Britain. In: Post-prints of the 12th Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Leather and Related Materials Working Group, Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands.

Thompson, Marie (2024). Mapping tinnitus. The Senses and Society (Early Access).

Thompson, Marie (2024). Introduction: The aesthetics of tinnitus. The Senses and Society (early access).

Wells, Elizabeth (2024). ‘Ready to Fight Everybody’: The Rise and Fall of Pupil Insurgency in England’s Public Schools: 1768-1868. PhD thesis The Open University.

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Antonini, Alessio and Benatti, Francesca eds. (2023). HT '23: Proceedings of the 34th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media. Hypertext Conference Proceedings. New York: Association for Computing Machinery.

Filonik, Jakub; Plastow, Christine and Zelnick-Abramovitz, Rachel eds. (2023). Citizenship in Antiquity: Civic Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean. Rewriting Antiquity. London: Routledge.

Johnson, David; Nieftagodien, Noor and Van der Walt, Lucien eds. (2023). Labour Struggles in Southern Africa, 1919-1949: New Perspectives on the Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU). Johannesburg, South Africa: HSRC Press.

Jones, Richard J ed. (2023). Tobias Smollett after 300 years: life, writing, reputation. Eighteenth-Century Moments. US and UK: Clemson University Press in association with Liverpool University Press (In Press).

Antonini, Alessio; Adamou, Alessandro; Suarez Figueroa, Mari Carmen and Benatti, Francesca (2023). Experiential Observations: an Ontology Pattern-based Study on Capturing the Potential Content within Evidences of Experiences. Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage, 16(3), article no. 58.

Antonini, Alessio; Bushnell, Megan; Ohge, Christopher; Benatti, Francesca; Adamou, Alessandro and Brooker, Sam (2023). Hypertext as Method: Reflections on Hypertext as Design Logic. In: HT '23: Proceedings of the 34th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, ACM, article no. 45.

Barker, Emma (2023). The Virtuous Widow in Late Eighteenth-Century Art. In: Proceedings of the international conference: Figures of widows in the modern era (17th and 18th centuries): Images of an accepted, hidden, claimed social status? (Fesneau, Florence and Tauziède-Espariat, Maël eds.), Éditions du GRHAM, Paris, pp. 108–123.

Barker, Elton; Konstantinidou, Kyriaki; Kiesling, Brady and Foka, Anna (2023). Journeying through Space and Time with Pausanias’s Description of Greece. Literary Geographies, 9(1) pp. 124–160.

Barker, Emma (2023). Woman in a Turban: Domenichino’s Sibyl, Staël’s Corinne and the Image of Female Genius. Word and Image, 39(2) pp. 235–259.

Benatti, Francesca; Berube, Linda and Priego, Ernesto (2023). Web/Comics 2023: Webcomics and/as Hypertext. In: HT '23: Proceedings of the 34th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, ACM, article no. 49.

Benton, Tim (2023). The painter Le Corbusier; Eileen Gray's villa E1027 and le Cabanon. Berlin: Birkhauser.

Brown, Richard Danson (2023). Anger, Complaint, and Poetic Form in the Tristram episode and The Faerie Queene, Book VI. Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 (SEL), 63(1) (In Press).

Brunet, Luc-André (2023). Introduction: The Strategic Defence Initiative and the Atlantic Alliance in the 1980s. In: Brunet, Luc-André ed. NATO and the Strategic Defence Initiative: A Transatlantic History of the Star Wars Programme. Cold War History. London: Routledge, pp. 1–11.

Brunet, Luc-André (2023). Canada’s "Polite No" to SDI: A Question of Sovereignty? In: Brunet, Luc-André ed. NATO and the Strategic Defence Initiative: A Transatlantic History of the Star Wars Programme. Cold War History. London: Routledge, pp. 129–145.

Cathcart, Charles (2023). John Marston’s Stationers, 1607–1633. The Review of English Studies, 74 pp. 274–289.

Chaplin, Elayne and Chaplin, Melissa (2023). Unresolved – Narrative Strategies in an Unsolved True Crime: Depictions of the JonBenét Ramsey killing. In: Larke-Walsh, George S. ed. True Crime in American Media. Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 83–97.

Charnley, Kim (2023). Introduction: Emancipatory technique, the Avant-Garde and 'Alter-Realism'. In: Roberts, John ed. Art and Emancipation. Historical Materialism (301). Leiden - Boston: Brill, pp. 1–22.

Coffey, Helen (2023). Civic and courtly dancing. Musikleben des Spätmittelalters in der Region Österreich, University of Vienna.

De Ornellas, Kevin and Mac Cathmhaoill, Dónall (2023). “You’ll Get Old Sitting There”: Contempt for Aged Males in Three “Shakespearean” Works by Edward Bond. In: Kurdi, Mária ed. Negotiating Age: Aging and Ageism in Contemporary Literature and Theatre. Debrecen University Press and Sciendo, pp. 26–47.

Doloughan, Fiona (2023). Radical Realism and Fictionality Modes in Contemporary Auto/Biographical Literature. In: Gibbons, Alison and King, Elizabeth eds. Reading the Contemporary Author: Narrative, Authority, Fictionality. Frontiers of Narrative. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, pp. 131–153.

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2023). Radical Realism, Autofictional Narratives and the Reinvention of the Novel. Anthem Frontiers of Global Political Economy and Development. London: Anthem Press.

Donington, Katie (2023). Whose Heritage? Slavery, Country Houses, and the “Culture Wars” in England. In: Conerman, Stephan; Rauhut, Claudia; Schneider, Ulrike and Zeuske, Michael eds. Cultural Heritage and Slavery: Perspectives from Europe. Dependency and Slavery Studies, 10. Berlin: De Grutyer, pp. 139–166.

Donington, Katie (2023). Cultivating the world: English country house gardens, 'exotic' plants and elite women collectors, c.1690-1800. In: Stobart, Jon ed. Global Goods and the Country House: Comparative Perspectives, 1650-1800. London: UCL Press, pp. 381–404.

Dooley, James (2023). GRAZpatterns. James Dooley.

Filonik, Jakub; Plastow, Christine and Zelnick-Abramovitz, Rachel (2023). Citizenship in antiquity: current perspectives and challenges. In: Filonik, Jakub; Plastow, Christine and Zelnick-Abramovitz, Rachel eds. Citizenship in Antiquity: Civic Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean. Rewriting Antiquity. London: Routledge, pp. 1–22.

Foka, Anna; Barker, Elton; Konstantinidou, Kyriaki; Mostofian, Nasrin; Kiesling, Brady; Talatas, Linda; Cenk Demiroglu, O. and Palm, Kajsa (2023). A Digital Periegesis: Implementing Spatial Research Infrastructures for Classical History and Archaeology. In: Petrulevich, Alexandra and Skovgaard Boeck, Simon eds. Digital Spatial Infrastructures and Worldviews in Pre-Modern Societies. Collection Development, Cultural Heritage, and Digital Humanities - ARC. Leeds: ARC Humanities Press, pp. 205–223.

Fonnesberg-Schmidt, Iben; Kjaer, Lars and Kynan-Wilson, William (2023). In dialogue: responses to papal communication. Journal of Medieval History, 49(3) pp. 291–305.

Golding, Rosemary (2023). [Book Review] Choral Treatises and Singing Societies in the Romantic Age. Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 44(2) pp. 279–280.

Golding, Rosemary (2023). On the edges of society: the hidden musical cultures of nineteenth-century British lunatic asylums. In: Cortizo, Maria Encina and Nommick, Yvan eds. Between Centres and Peripheries: Music in Europe from the French Revolution to WWI. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 323–342.

Green, Richard and Michael-Fox, Bethan (2023). Mortality, moral regulation, and (im)moral entrepreneurship in My Favorite Murder. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 37(2) pp. 237–247.

Griffiths, Andrew (2023). War Correspondents. In: Demoor, Marysa; Van Dijck, Cedric and Van Puymbroek, Birgit eds. The Edinburgh Companion to First World War Periodicals. Edinburgh Companions to Literature and the Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 175–189.

Murray, Andrew and Van den Maagdenberg, Joannes, eds. Communes and Conflict: Urban Rebellion in Late Medieval Flanders. By Jelle Haemers and Jan Dumolyn (2023). Leiden, Brill (2023).

Hamer, Laura and Minors, Helen Julia (2023). Introducing WMLON: The Women’s Musical Leadership Online Network. In: Cimardi, Linda and Nenić, Iva eds. Women’s Leadership in Music: Modes, Legacies, Alliances. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, pp. 141–152.

Haslam, Sara (2023). A New Era: Magic, Meaning, Memory and Modernism in Ford Madox Ford's Letters. In: Ford Madox Ford: at the dawn of an era, 9-10 Nov 2023, School of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon.

Haslam, Sara (2023). Ford Madox Ford. In: Schwartz, Carol A. ed. Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, 434. Farmington Hills, MI, US: Gale, pp. 1–152.

Herbert, Trevor (2023). Military Musical Instruments and the Culture of Perfection in the Long 19th Century. In: Cottrell, Stephen ed. Shaping Sound and Society: The Cultural Study of Musical Instruments. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 230–248.

Hobden, Fiona (2023). [Book Review] Xenophon and the Athenian Democracy: The Education of an Elite Citizenry, written by Matthew R. Christ. Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek and Roman Political Thought, 40(1) pp. 175–178.

Hogan, Edward (2023). Home Work. Manchester International Fiction Prize.

Hogan, Edward (2023). ‘Becky and the Rockettes: Attrition, Affect(ion), and (Ex)Change in the Fieldwork Relationship by Hannah Hernandez Gould, Independent Academic.’. In: European Network of Short Fiction Research Conference, Landscape and Temporality, 23-25 Oct 2023, University of Manchester, Machester, UK.

Hogan, Edward (2023). War Work. In: Melia, Joe ed. Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology. Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology, 16. Bristol: Tangent Books, pp. 97–105.

Johnson, David (2023). The Romance and the Tragedy of the ICU. In: Johnson, David; Nieftagodien, Noor and Van der Walt, Lucien eds. Labour Struggles in Southern Africa, 1919-1949. New Perspectives on the Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU). Johannesburg, South Africa: HSRC Press, pp. 181–194.

Johnson, David; Nieftagodien, Noor and Van der Walt, Lucien (2023). Introduction. In: Johnson, David; Nieftagodien, Noor and Van der Walt, Lucien eds. Labour Struggles in Southern Africa, 1919-1949. New Perspectives on the Industrial and Commercial Workers’ Union (ICU). Johannesburg, South Africa: HSRC Press, viii-xix.

Jones, Richard J (2023). Introduction [to Tobias Smollett after 300 years: life, writing, reputation]. In: Jones, Richard J ed. Tobias Smollett after 300 years: life, writing, reputation. US and UK: Clemson University Press in association with Liverpool University Press, pp. 1–17.

Jones, Richard J (2023). The life and adventures of Tobias Smollett. In: Jones, Richard J ed. Tobias Smollett after 300 years: life, writing, reputation. US and UK: Clemson University Press in association with Liverpool University Press, pp. 209–221.

Katritzky, M A (2023). The 'English Comedy' in Early Modern Europe: Migration, Emigration, Integration. In: Meerzon, Yana and Wilmer, S.E. eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Theatre and Migration. Palgrave Macmillan Cham, pp. 255–266.

Katritzky, M A and Drábek, Pavel (2023). ‘Aktorzy angielscy w Rzeczypospolitej w 1. połowie XVII w.’. In: Żukowski, Jacek ed. Triumfalna Harmonia. Teatr Władysława IV – eseje. Warsaw: The Royal Castle in Warsaw-Museum, pp. 286–315.

Katritzky, M. A. (2023). Don Quixote in 18th Century British Book Culture: Tobias Smollett and Francis Hayman. In: Jones, Richard J ed. Tobias Smollett After 300 Years: Life, Writing, Reputation. Eighteenth-Century Moments. Clemson SC: Clemson University Press, pp. 59–76.

Kawabata, Maiko (2023). The New “Yellow Peril” in “Western” European Symphony Orchestras. In: Bull, Anna and Scharff, Christina eds. Voices for Change in the Classical Music Profession: New Ideas for Tackling Inequalities and Exclusions. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 159–171.

King, Edmund G. C. (2023). Networks. In: Demoor, Marysa; van Dijck, Cedric and Van Puymbroeck, Birgit eds. The Edinburgh Companion to First World War Periodicals. Edinburgh Companions to Literature and the Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 32–50.

King, Helen (2023). Being Flesh: Bodies, History and LLF. Modern Believing, 64(1) pp. 36–43.

King, Helen (2023). From print to wool: Vesalius and the ‘knit your own womb’ movement. In: Représenter le sexe féminin [Uncovering the Female Sexual Anatomy] (Cazes, Hélène ed.), University of Victoria Libraries Press, Victoria, British Columbia, (In Press).

Kynan-Wilson, William (2023). Master Gregory [Magister Gregorius]. In Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press.

Landeschi, Giacomo and Betts, Eleanor (2023). Capturing the Senses: Digital Methods for Sensory Archaeologies. Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Lawrence, Paul (2023). A Global History of Crime and Punishment in the Modern Age. In: Emsley, Clive and McDougall, Sara eds. A Global History of Crime and Punishment, Volume 6. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Lawrence, Paul (2023). Crime and its Control in the Twentieth Century. In: Lawrence, Paul ed. A Global History of Crime and Punishment in the Modern age. Global History of Crime and Punishment, 6. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 1–22.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2023). Maniera Greca and Renaissance Europe: More than Meets the Eye. In: Brubaker, Leslie; Darley, Rebecca and Reynolds, Reynolds eds. Global Byzantium: Papers from the Fiftieth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies. Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies, 24. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 155–171.

Michael-Fox, Bethan and Calver, Kay (2023). Dark Comedies/Dark Universities: Negotiating the Neoliberal Institution in British Satirical Comedies The History Man (1981), A Very Peculiar Practice (1986-1988) and Campus (2011). In: Harmes, Marcus K. and Scully, Richard eds. Academia and Higher Learning in Popular Culture. Palgrave Studies in Science and Popular Culture (PSSPC). Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 197–214.

Michael-Fox, Bethan (2023). (Un)Dead Together: Hospitality, Hauntology and the ‘Happily Ever After’ in American Horror Story. In: Hand, Richard and O'Thomas, Mark eds. American Horror Story and Cult Television: Narratives, Histories and Discourses. Anthem Series on Television Studies. London: Anthem Press, pp. 129–142.

Michael-Fox, Bethan; Coleclough, Sharon and Visser, Renske (2023). Introduction to Difficult Death, Dying and the Dead in Media and Culture. In: Coleclough, Sharon; Michael-Fox, Bethan and Visser, Renske eds. Difficult Death, Dying and the Dead in Media and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp. 1–22.

Miller, Malcolm (2023). ‘A Place of Refuge in Your Arms’: Reizenstein’s Anna Kraus as Holocaust Opera. In: Miller, Malcolm and Hansen, Jutta Raab eds. Music and Exile. Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, 22. Leiden, The Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV, pp. 168–191.

Miller, Malcolm and Hansen, Jutta Raab (2023). Introduction. Music and Exile: From 1933 to the Present Day. In: Miller, Malcolm and Hansen, Jutta Raab eds. Music and Exile. Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, 22. Leiden, The Netherlands.: Koninklijke Brill NV, pp. 1–9.

Mulholland, Paul; Stoneman, Adam; Barker, Naomi; Maguire, Mark; Carvalho, Jason; Daga, Enrico and Warren, Paul (2023). The Sound of Paintings: Using Citizen Curation to Explore the Cross-Modal Personalization of Museum Experiences. In: UMAP '23 Adjunct: Adjunct Proceedings of the 31st ACM Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization, ACM, pp. 408–418.

Murray, Andrew (2023). Speculation. In: Winkenweder, Brian and Tunali, Tijen eds. The Routledge Companion to Marxist Art History. Abingdon: Routledge (In Press).

O’Connor, Wanda (2023). Renovating the Open Field: Innovative Women Poets Reclaiming an Erasure History. In: Morris, Daniel ed. The Cambridge Companion to American Poetry and Politics since 1900. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 242–260.

Plastow, Christine (2023). Places of citizenship in Athenian forensic oratory. In: Filonik, Jakub; Plastow, Christine and Zelnick-Abramovitz, Rachel eds. Citizenship in Antiquity: Civic Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean. Rewriting Antiquity. London: Routledge, pp. 355–368.

Pratt, Kim Emmerson (2023). Polyphemos’ Lament. Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies, 28(2) pp. 67–68.

Richardson, Heather (2023). Stitching a Divided City. TEXTILE: Cloth and Culture, 21(1) pp. 90–95.

Richardson, Heather (2023). A Dress for Kathleen. Norwich: Story Machine.

Robinson, Joel (2023). The City on Display: Architecture Festivals and the Urban Commons. Routledge Research in Architecture Series. London: Routledge.

Robson, James (2023). Aristophanes: Lysistrata. Bloomsbury Ancient Comedy Companions. London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Rothe, Ursula; Hamelink, Anique and Delferrière, Nicolas (2023). Roman Clavus Decoration on Gallic Dress: A Reevaluation Based on New Discoveries. American Journal of Archaeology, 127(4) pp. 545–562.

Sciampacone, Amanda (2023). "Invisible Destroyers": Cholera and COVID in British Visual Culture. In: Morton, Marsha and Akehurst, Ann-Marie eds. Visual Culture and Pandemic Disease since 1750: Capturing Contagion. Science and the Arts since 1750. New York: Routledge, pp. 137–156.

Seth, Catriona and Watson, Nicola J. eds. (2023) Materialising Romanticism. Romanticism on the Net # 80-91 (Spring-Fall 2023)

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