Items where Kingston Author is "Phillips, Nicola"
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Phillips, Nicola (2013) A case study of the impact of wealth on the criminal justice system in early nineteenth-century England. Crime, History & Societies/ Crime, Histoire & Sociétés, 17(1), pp. 29-52. ISSN (print) 1422-0857
Phillips, Nicola (2010) Parenting the profligate son: masculinity, gentility and juvenile delinquency in England, 1791-1814. Gender & History, 22(1), pp. 92-108. ISSN (print) 0953-5233
Pullin, Nicola (2003) "That characteristically English institution": city livery companies, state legislation and women governors of endowed girls' secondary schools in Britain, 1850-1930. History of Education Researcher, 71, pp. 40-49. ISSN (print) 1740-2433
Phillips, Nicola (2013) The profligate son: or, a true story of family conflict, fashionable vice, and financial ruin in Regency England. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. 352p. ISBN 9780199687534 (In Press)
Pullin, Nicola (2005) "A heavy bill to settle with humanity": the representation and invisibility of London's principal milliners and dressmakers. In: Harris, Beth, (ed.) Famine and fashion: needlewomen in the nineteenth century. Aldershot, UK : Ashgate. pp. 215-228. ISBN 0754608719
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Phillips, Nicola (2007) The profligate son: masculinity, misbehaviour and social control in Regency London. In: Masculinity and the other; 29 - 30 Aug 2007, Oxford, U.K.. (Unpublished)