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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.

Smolović-Jones, Nela; Johansson, Marjana; Pullen, Alison and Giritli-Nygren, Katarina (2024). Feminism and Social Movements: Notes on hope and despair. Gender, Work and Organization (early access).

Smolović-Jones, Nela (2024). Becoming a Feminist-Activist Ethnographer: Generating Gender-Equal Democratic Practice. In Figiel, Kasia ed. Sage Research Methods: Diversifying and Decolonizing Research (In Press) Sage.

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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).

Hind, Heather (2023). Giving the Gift of a Lock of Hair in Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s “I never gave a lock of hair away” and “The soul’s Rialto hath its merchandise”. In: Casanova, Elena; Hölzlhammer, Lilli and Moll, Helen eds. Gegenständliche Poetiken des Haares [Representational Poetics of Hair]. De Gruyter, pp. 227–241.

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.

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).

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

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Dyer, Natalie; Mackenzie, Hollie; Teggi, Diana and de Vries, Patricia (2022). Pussy Riot Vs. Trump: Becoming Woman To Resist Becoming Fascist. In: Dolphijn, Rick and Braidotti, Rosi eds. Deleuze and Guattari and Fascism. Deleuze Connections. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 362–379.

Haslam, Sara (2022). Biography of a wartime 'miracle': women's literary caregiving 1914 to 1918. In: 3rd Joint GOTH-Health & Wellbeing NetWorkshop, 3 Feb 2022, Online.

King, Helen (2022). The body and botany: “the first step toward the brothel”. In: Santos Pinheiro, Cristina; Silva, Gabriel A. F.; Fonseca, Rui Carlos; Mota, Bernardo Machado and Pinheiro, Joaquim eds. Gynecia: Studies on Gynaecology in Ancient, Medieval and Early-modern Texts. Porto: Edições Afrontamento, pp. 11–26.

Richardson, Heather (2022). 'The Mermaid's Curse': Case Study of a Multimodal Work-in-Progress. Writing in Practice, 7 pp. 18–29.

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Katritzky, M A (2021). William Hogarth and Book Illustration: Visualizing “Otherness” in pre-Victorian images of Shakespeare’s Caliban. In: Pietrini, Sandra ed. Shakespearean Characters Transposed: Iconography, Adaptations, Cultural Exchanges and Staging. L’immaginario teatrale, 1. Alessandria: Edizioni dell’Orso, 65-83 & 237-241.

Katritzky, M. A. (2021). Generisches und spezifisches Anderssein: Shackshoone (1665–1680), Antonio Martinelli (1718–1740) und frühneuzeitliche Darstellungen von menschlichen Doppelfehlbildungen. In: Stolberg, Michael ed. Körper-Bilder in der Frühen Neuzeit: Kunst-, medizin- und mediengeschichtliche Perspektiven. Schriften des Historischen Kollegs Herausgegeben von Hartmut Leppin Kolloquien 107. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter GmbH, pp. 199–228.

King, Helen (2021). Seeing the bigger picture: what is gynaecology for? Ágora: Estudos Clássicos em Debate, 23(1) pp. 17–48.

King, Helen (2021). A history of our own?: Using Classics in disability histories. In: Adams, Ellen ed. Disability Studies and the Classical Body: The Forgotten Other. Routledge Studies in Ancient Disabilities. London: Routledge, pp. 237–263.

King, Helen (2021). Opening the body of fluids: Taking in and pouring out in Renaissance readings of Classical women. In: Bradley, Mark; Leonard, Victoria and Totelin, Laurence eds. Bodily Fluids in Antiquity. London: Routledge, pp. 381–398.

Watson, Sophie (2021). Epilogue. In: Bramadat, Paul; Griera, Mar; Martínez-Ariño, Julia and Burchardt, Marian eds. Urban Religious Events: Public Spirituality in Contested Space. Bloomsbury Studies in Religion, Space and Place. London & New York: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 203–208.

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Vincent, Ben; Erikainen, Sonja and Pearce, Ruth eds. (2020). TERF Wars: Feminism and the fight for transgender futures. The Sociological Review Monograph Series, 68 (4). London: Sage.

Drábek, Pavel and Katritzky, M. A. (2020). Introduction. In: Katritzky, M. A. and Drábek, Pavel eds. Transnational Connections in Early Modern Theatre. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1–19.

Katritzky, M. A. (2020). Shakespeare’s picture of ‘We Three’ An image for illiterates? In: Duits, Rembrandt ed. The Art of the Poor: The Aesthetic Material Culture of the Lower Classes in Europe, 1300–1600. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 185–198.

Katritzky, M. A. (2020). London and The Hague, 1638: Performing quacks at court. In: Katritzky, M. A. and Drábek, Pavel eds. Transnational Connections in Early Modern Theatre. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 114–138.

Katritzky, M. A. (2020). Margaret Cavendish’s Female Fairground Performers. In: Sewell, Jan and Smout, Clare eds. The Palgrave Handbook of the History of Women on Stage. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 151–175.

Katritzky, M. A. (2020). The itinerant healer as a stage role: its origins in religious drama. In: von Contzen, Eva and Goodblatt, Chanita eds. Enacting the Bible in medieval and early modern drama. Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 81–103.

King, Helen (2020). The body beyond Laqueur: Hippocratic sex and its rediscovery. In: Höfele, Andreas and Kellner, Beate eds. Natur-Geschlecht-Politik: Denkmuster und Repräsentationsformen vom Alten Testament bis in die Neuzeit. Wilhelm Fink Verlag, pp. 199–216.

Pearce, Ruth; Erikainen, Sonja and Vincent, Ben (2020). TERF Wars: Introduction. The Sociological Review, 68(4) pp. 677–698.

Pearce, Ruth; Erikainen, Sonja and Vincent, Ben (2020). Afterword: TERF Wars in the time of COVID-19. The Sociological Review, 68(4) pp. 882–888.

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Katritzky, M. A. and Drábek, Pavel eds. (2019). Transnational Connections in Early Modern Theatre. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Fryers, Mark (2019). 'I will not fight for my country...for my ship...my King...or Captain': Redefining Imperial Masculinities in To the Ends of the Earth. In: Byrne, Katherine; Leggott, James and Taddeo, Julie Anne eds. Conflicting Masculinities: Men in Period Television Drama. London; New York: I. B. Tauris, pp. 35–51.

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