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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.


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