Items where Faculty is "Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Centre for Local History Studies"
Number of items at this level: 28.
French, Chris (2003) Death in Kingston upon Thames: analysis of the Bonner Hill Cemetery burial records, 1855-1911. Archives, 28(108), pp. 36-47. ISSN (print) 0003-9535
French, Christopher (2001) Death in Kingston upon Thames: analysis of the Bonner Hill Cemetery burial records, 1855-1911. (Other) Kingston upon Thames, UK : Kingston University Centre for Local History Studies. (no. 108)
French, Christopher (2004) Infant mortality in Asylum Road, Kingston upon Thames 1872-1911: an exercise in microhistory. Family & Community History, 7(2), pp. 141-155. ISSN (print) 1463-1180
French, Christopher and Warren, Juliet (2007) Infant mortality in the Canbury area of Kingston upon Thames, 1872-1911. Continuity and Change, 22(2), pp. 253-278. ISSN (print) 0268-4160
French, Christopher and Warren, Juliet (2004) Medical officers of health and infant mortality: the case of Kingston upon Thames in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. (Other) Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, U.K. : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University. 10 p. (no. 108)
French, Christopher and Warren, Juliet (2004) Medical officers of health and infant mortality: the case of Kingston-Upon-Thames in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Local population studies(73), pp. 61-72. ISSN (print) 0143-2974
French, Christopher (2003) Persistence in a local community: Kingston-Upon-Thames 1851-1891. (Other) Kingston-Upon-Thames, U.K. : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University. 15 p.
French, Christopher (2006) Taking up 'the challenge of micro-history': social conditions in Kingston upon Thames in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Local Historian, 36(1), pp. 17-28. ISSN (print) 0024-5585
French, Christopher (2007) Who lived in suburbia? Surbiton in the second half of the 19th century. Family & Community History, 10(2), pp. 93-109. ISSN (print) 1463-1180
Grieves, K. (2007) Depicting the war on the Western Front: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the publication of 'The British Campaign in France and Flanders'. In: Hammond, Mary and Towheed, Shafquat, (eds.) Publishing in the First World War: essays in book history. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230500761
Grieves, Keith (2005) Huts, demobilisation and the quest for an associational life in rural communities afer the Great War. In: Purseigle, Pierre, (ed.) Warfare and belligerence: perspectives in First World War studies. Netherlands : Brill Academic Publishers. pp. 243-264. ISBN 9004143521
Grieves, Keith (2004) Remembering an ill-fated venture: the Fourth Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment at Suvla Bay and its legacy, 1915-39. In: Macleod, Jenny, (ed.) Gallipoli: making history. Oxford, UK : Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 110-124. (Military History and Policy) ISBN 0714654620
Grieves, Keith (2003) "There are times when we would all prefer the factory life": letters from the trenches to the Shippam works in Chichester during the First World War. Family & Community History, 6(1), pp. 59-70. ISSN (print) 1463-1180
Harris, Edmund (2002) Twickenham rugby ground 1906-1910: a grand gesture. (Other) Kingston upon Thames, U.K. : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University. 19 p. (no. 108)
Hawkins, Susan [Creator], Warren, Juliet [Creator], Tanner, Andrea [Creator] and Stuart, John [Director] (2007) The Historic Hospital Admission Records Project (HHARP).
Hawkins, Susan (2010) Nursing and women's labour in the nineteenth century: the quest for independence. Oxford, U.K. : Routledge. 228p. ISBN 9780415551694
Inwood, S (2003) The man who knew too much: the strange and inventive life of Robert Hooke, 1635-1703. UK : Pan Macmillan. 512p. ISBN 0330488295
Kennedy, David and Kennedy, Diana (2003) 'A malodorous business': tanners and shoemakers of Kingston upon Thames, Surbiton and Hampton Wick, 1841-1891. (Discussion Paper) Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, U.K. : Faculty of Human Sciences, Kingston University. 13 p. (Occasional Papers in Local History Studies, no. 1/01)
Mooney, Graham and Tanner, Andrea (2006) Infant mortality, a spatial problem: Notting Dale special area in George Newman's London. In: Garrett, Eilidh , Galley, Chris , Shelton, Nicola and Woods, Robert, (eds.) Infant mortality: a continuing social problem. A volume to mark the centenary of the 1906 publication of 'Infant Mortality: a Social Problem' by George Newman. Aldershot, UK : Ashgate. pp. 169-189. ISBN 9780754645931
Tanner, Andrea (2007) Choice and the children's hospital: Great Ormond Street Hospital patients and their families 1855-1900. In: Borsay, Anne and Shapely, Peter, (eds.) Medicine, charity and mutual aid: the consumption of health and welfare in Britain, c. 1550-1950. Aldershot, UK : Ashgate. pp. 135-161. (Historical Urban Studies) ISBN 9780754651482
Tanner, Andrea (2002) The Spanish lady comes to London: the influenza pandemic 1918-1919. London Journal, 27(2), pp. 51-76. ISSN (print) 0305-8034
Tanner, Andrea (2002) The threepenny doctor: Henry Percy Jelley of Hackney. Journal of Medical Biography, 10(1), pp. 28-39. ISSN (print) 0967-7720
Tilley, Peter and French, Christopher (2001) "From local history towards total history": recreating local communities in the 19th century. Family & Community History, 4(2), pp. 139-149. ISSN (print) 1463-1180