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Adelman, Juliana [Editor] and Agnew, Eadaoin [Editor] (2011) Science and technology in nineteenth-century Ireland. Dublin, Ireland : Four Courts Press. 192p. ISBN 9781846822919

Agnew, Eadaoin (2011) 'An Old Vagabond': science and sexuality in Marianne North's representations of India. Nineteenth Century Gender Studies, 7(2), ISSN (online) 1556-7524

Agnew, Eadaoin (2011) Travel writing. In: Murphy, James H., (ed.) The Oxford history of the Irish book: the Irish book in English, 1800-1891. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. (no. iv) ISBN 9780198187318

Agnew, Eadaoin (2011) A microscopic look at Mary Ward: gender, science, and religion in nineteenth-century Ireland. In: Adelman, Juliana and Agnew, Eadaoin, (eds.) Science and technology in nineteenth-century Ireland. Dublin, Ireland : Four Courts Press. ISBN 9781846822919

Agnew, Eadaoin (2008) Relocating domesticity: letters from India by Lady Hariot Dufferin. In: Kuehn, Julia and Smethurst, Paul, (eds.) Travel writing, form, and empire: the poetics and politics of mobility. Oxford, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 95-107. (Routledge Research in Travel Writing) ISBN 9780415962940

Agnew, Eadaoin [Editor], Hughes, Eamonn [Editor], Magennis, Caroline [Editor] and Morin, Christina [Editor] (2008) A further shore: essays in Irish and Scottish studies. Aberdeen, U.K. : AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies. ISBN 9781906108021

Agnew, Eadaoin (2012) A city 'on the rise': travel and tourism in nineteenth-century Belfast. In: Purdue, Olwen, (ed.) Belfast : the emerging city, 1850-1914. Dublin, Ireland : Irish Academic Press. pp. 135-156. ISBN 9780716531456

Annesley, James (2006) Fictions of globalization: consumption, the market and the contemporary American novel. London, UK : Continuum. 202p. (Continuum Literary Studies Series) ISBN 0826489370

Annesley, James (2006) Market corrections: Jonathan Franzen and the "novel of globalization". Journal of Modern Literature, 29(2), pp. 111-128. ISSN (print) 0022-281X

Annesley, James (2004) Melville's no logo: Moby-Dick and the globalization debate. Third Text, 18(1), pp. 13-23. ISSN (print) 0952-8822

Annesley, James (2004) Pure shores: travel, consumption, and Alex Garland's 'The Beach'. MFS: Modern Fiction Studies, 50(3), pp. 551-569. ISSN (print) 0026-7724

Annesley, James (1998) Blank fictions: consumerism, culture and the contemporary American novel. London, UK : Pluto Press. 175p. ISBN 0745310907

Annesley, James (1996) Decadence and disquiet: recent American fiction and the coming Fin de Siecle. Journal of American Studies, 30(3), pp. 365-379. ISSN (print) 0021-8758

Annesley, James (2001) Netscapes: Gibson, globalisation and the representation of new media. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 37(2), pp. 218-229. ISSN (print) 0015-8518

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Bailey, Paul (2003) A Dog's Life. Hamish Hamilton. 182p. ISBN 0241142016

Bailey, Paul (2002) Uncle Rudolf. London, UK : Fourth Estate. 184p. ISBN 1841157597

Bailey, Paul (2001) Three queer lives: an alternative biography of Fred Barnes, Naomi Jacob and Arthur Marshall. London, UK : Hamish Hamilton. 242p. ISBN 0241134552

Bailey, Paul (2011) Chapman's odyssey. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. 211p. ISBN 9781408811474

Barber, Stephen (2007) Introduction: Part II: The modern age: London in image. In: Cunningham, Gail and Barber, Stephen, (eds.) London eyes: reflections in text and image. New York, U.S. : Berghahn Books. pp. 119-121. (Polygons : cultural diversities and intersections, no. 13) ISBN 9781845454074

Barber, Stephen (2007) An indescribable blur: film and London. In: Cunningham, Gail and Barber, Stephen, (eds.) London eyes: reflections in text and image. New York, USA : Berghahn Books. pp. 123-134. (Polygons : cultural diversities and intersections, no. 13) ISBN 9781845454074

Barnes, Hugh (2005) Gannibal: the Moor of Petersburg. London, UK : Profile Books. 300p. ISBN 1861973659

Baron, Adam and Lucie, Doug [Author of screenplay, etc.] (2005) Hold back the night. (radio broadcast). London, U.K. : British Broadcasting Corporation.

Baron, Adam (2004) It was you. London, UK : Macmillan. 389p. ISBN 1405021055

Baron, Adam (2003) Superjack. London, UK : Picador. 384p. ISBN 0330487418

Baron, Adam (2000) Hold back the night. London, U.K. : Pan Macmillan. 359p. ISBN 9780330391177

Baron, Adam (2012) Permission, potency and protection in the creative writing workshop. In: Perry, Paul, (ed.) Beyond the workshop. Kingston upon Thames, U.K. : Kingston University Press. pp. 173-178. ISBN 9781899999521

Baverstock, Alison (2010) But who will buy it? In: Annual Kingston Publishing Conference; 03 - 04 Sep 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Baverstock, Alison [Speaker] (2010) Getting started as a writer. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 26 Apr 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Baverstock, Alison (2010) What has changed? Publishing at a crossroads in the 21st century. In: Annual Kingston Publishing Conference; 03 - 04 Sep 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Baverstock, Alison (2012) Are publishers born or made? Logos, 23(1), pp. 30-37. ISSN (print) 0957-9656

Baverstock, Alison (2012) Helping to market your book. In: Owen, Alysoun, (ed.) Writers' & artists' yearbook 2013. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. pp. 306-309. ISBN 9781408157497

Baverstock, Alison (2012) How to attract the attention of a literary agent. In: Owen, Alysoun, (ed.) Writers' & artists' yearbook 2013. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. pp. 425-428. ISBN 9781408157497

Baverstock, Alison (2012) Is there a book in you? In: Owen, Alysoun, (ed.) Writers' & artists' yearbook 2013. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. pp. 279-282. ISBN 9781408157497

Baverstock, Alison (2012) Why self-publishing now demands research rather than disdain. In: Educational Research Forum; 15 Jun 2012, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Baverstock, Alison (2011) The naked author: a guide to self-publishing. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. 377p. ISBN 9781408139820

Baverstock, Alison [Speaker] (2009) How to get a publisher or agent to notice your work. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Baverstock, Alison (2008) Big audio-visual dynamite? Myslexia, 38, pp. 8-12. ISSN (print) 1473-9399

Baverstock, Alison [Interviewee] and Davies, Hannah (2008) Wanted: first job in publishing. The Bookseller, 5323, p. 52. ISSN (print) 0006-7539

Baverstock, Alison (2007) How to present yourself as a writer. In: Earnshaw, Steven, (ed.) The handbook of creative writing. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 369-375. ISBN 9780748621354

Baverstock, Alison (2007) Is there a book in you? The resources writers need to get published. International Journal of the Book, 4(3), pp. 87-92. ISSN (print) 1447-9516

Baverstock, Alison (2007) Trouble and strife on the home front. The Sunday Times, p. 9. ISSN (print) 0956-1382

Baverstock, Alison (2004) Help along the way: Alison Baverstock. In: Scottish Publishers Association, , (ed.) Thirtieth anniversary of the Scottish Publishers Association: a celebration. Edinburgh, U.K. : Scottish Publishers Association. pp. 86-87. ISBN 0953148262

Baverstock, Alison (2004) Practice to a peak: is private coaching skewing standards? The Times Newspaper, 67971, p. 16. ISSN (print) 0140-0460

Baverstock, Alison (2004) Supermarket sex: it's the write stuff. The Times Newspaper, 68151, p. 6. ISSN (print) 0140-0460

Baverstock, Alison (2003) Standing up for copyrights. The Bookseller, 5076, p. 10. ISSN (print) 0006-7539

Baverstock, Alison (2002) Publicity, newsletters and press releases. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. 96p. (One step ahead) ISBN 0198603843

Baverstock, Alison (2002) University challenge. The Bookseller, 5023, p. 16. ISSN (print) 0006-7539

Baverstock, Alison (2002) Why they don't buy books. The Bookseller, 5049, pp. 26-27. ISSN (print) 0006-7539

Baverstock, Alison (1993) Are books different?: marketing in the book trade. London, U.K. : Kogan Page. 171p. ISBN 0749409002

Baverstock, Alison and McKearney, Miranda (1990) Well worth reading: an experiment in fiction promotion. Winchester, U.K. : Well Worth Reading. ISBN 9781870651868

Baverstock, Alison Mary (2012) How books became less 'different ' : an exploration of the rise of marketing within the publishing industry 1980-2010, and consideration of how this not only changed the business model, but impacted on the role of the author; with consideration of the likely associated implications of these developments in future. (PhD thesis), Oxford Brookes University.

Baverstock, Alison Mary (2006) Is there a book in you? The resources writers need to get published. In: Fourth international conference on the book; 20-22 Oct 2006, Boston, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Beck, Peter (2008) Book review of: Globalizing sport: national rivalry and international community in the 1930s by Barbara J. Keys. History, 93(310), pp. 302-303. ISSN (print) 0018-2648

Beer, Janet and Horner, Avril (2007) Wharton the 'renovator': Twilight Sleep as Gothic satire. The Yearbook of English Studies, 37(1), pp. 177-192. ISSN (print) 0306-2473

Beer, Janet and Horner, Avril (2003) "This isn't exactly a ghost story": Edith Wharton and parodic Gothic. Journal of American Studies, 37(2), pp. 269-285. ISSN (print) 0021-8758

Benyei, Tamas and Stara, Alexandra (2014) Introduction: the arts of trauma. In: Benyei, Tamas and Stara, Alexandra, (eds.) The edges of trauma: explorations in visual art and literature. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 1-17. ISBN 9781443853422

Benyei, Tamas and Stara, Alexandra, eds. (2014) The edges of trauma: explorations in visual art and literature. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 224p. ISBN 9781443853422

Betteridge, Thomas (1999) Tudor histories of the English Reformations, 1530-1583. Aldershot, U.K. : Ashgate. 246p. (St Andrews studies in Reformation history) ISBN 9781840142815

Betteridge, Thomas (1998) Making new novelties old: Marian histories of the Henrician Reformation. Reformation, 3, pp. 149-174. ISSN (print) 1357-4175

Betteridge, Thomas (1997) Anne Askewe, John Bale, and protestant history. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 27(2), pp. 265-284. ISSN (print) 1082-9636

Betteridge, Thomas (1997) From prophetic to apocalyptic: John Foxe and the writing of history. In: Loades, David M, (ed.) John Foxe and the English Reformation. Aldershot, U.K. : Scolar Press. pp. 210-232. ISBN 9781859283516

Birchwood, Matthew (2009) Book Review of: The Sultan speaks: dialogue in English plays and histories about the Ottoman Turks by Linda McJannet. Renaissance Quarterly, 62(4), pp. 1368-1370. ISSN (print) 0034-4338

Birchwood, Matthew (2007) Staging Islam in England: drama and culture 1640-1685. Woodbridge : Boydell and Brewer Ltd. 200p. (Studies in Renaissance Literature) ISBN 9781843841272

Birchwood, Matthew (2007) Turning to the Turk: collaboration and conversion in William Davenant's The Siege of Rhodes. In: Stanivukovic, Goran V., (ed.) Re-mapping the Mediterranean world in early modern English writings. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 207-226. (Early modern cultural studies) ISBN 1403975574

Birchwood, Matthew (2007) Vindicating the prophet: universal monarchy and Henry Stubbe's biography of Mohammed. Prose Studies, 29(1), pp. 59-71. ISSN (print) 0144-0357

Birchwood, Matthew (2006) Katherine Philips. In: Kastan, David Scott, (ed.) The Oxford encyclopedia of British literature. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195169218

Birchwood, Matthew and Dimmock, Matthew, eds. (2005) Cultural encounters between East and West: 1453-1699. Cambridge Scholars Press. 234p. ISBN 9781904303411

Birchwood, Matthew (2005) News from Vienna: Titus Oates and the True Protestant Turks. In: Birchwood, Matthew and Dimmock, Matthew, (eds.) Cultural Encounters Between East and West: 1453-1699. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Press. pp. 64-76. ISBN 9781904303411

Black, Jonathan (2009) 'The past is immaterial': the enigma of Dora Gordine (1895-1991). In: Jensen, Meg and Jordan, Jane, (eds.) Life writing: the spirit of the age and the state of the art. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 152-165. ISBN 9781443805261

Black, Jonathan (2011) Ivor Roberts-Jones and Anthony Powell. In: 6th Biennial Anthony Powell Conference; 11 Sep 2011, London, U.K.. ISBN 9780954173678

Black, Jonathan (2007) "The past is immaterial": the enigma of Dora Gordine (1895-1991). In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Botting, David and Wilson, Scott (2001) Homoeconopoeisis 1. In: McQuillan, Martin, (ed.) Deconstruction: a reader. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 263-274. ISBN 9780748612550

Botting, F. (2010) Poe's Phantasmagoreality. The Edgar Allan Poe Review, XI(1), pp. 9-21. ISSN (print) 2150-0428

Botting, Fred (2010) Zombie London: unexceptionalities of the new world order. In: Phillips, Lawrence and Witchard, Anne, (eds.) London gothic: place, space and the gothic imagination. London, U.K. : Continuum. pp. 153-171. ISBN 9781441106827

Botting, Fred (2010) a-ffect-less: zombie-horror-shock. English Language Notes, 48(1), pp. 177-190. ISSN (print) 0013-8282

Botting, Fred (2008) Gothic romanced: consumption, gender and technology in contemporary fictions. London, U.K. : Routledge. 223p. ISBN 9780415450904

Botting, Fred (2008) Limits of horror: technology, bodies, Gothic. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. 233p. ISBN 9780719077548

Botting, Fred (2004) Extimatrix. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 35(2), pp. 269-286. ISSN (print) 1369-8486

Botting, Fred and Wilson, Scott (2001) Bataille. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave. 232p. (Transitions) ISBN 0333914619

Botting, Fred and Wilson, Scott (2001) The Tarantinian ethics. London, U.K. : Sage. 186p. ISBN 0761968377

Botting, Fred (2012) Stories, spectres, screens. In: Sacido, Jorge, (ed.) Modernism, postmodernism, and the short story in English. Editions Rodopi. pp. 99-123. (Postmodern studies , no. 48) ISBN 9789042035577

Botting, Fred (1999) Sex, machines and navels: fiction, fantasy and history in the future present. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. 240p. ISBN 071905625X

Bradfield, Scott (2010) The people who watched her pass by. Columbus, Ohio, U.S. : Two Dollar Radio. 146p. ISBN 9780982015155

Brennan, Clara (2009) Book review of: The director's craft: a handbook for the theatre by Katie Mitchell. Contemporary Theatre Review, 19(4), pp. 499-501. ISSN (print) 1048-6801

Broad, Liz (2008) Activities based on Holes by Louis Sachar. Leamington Spa, U.K. : Scholastic. 32p. (Read & respond) ISBN 9781407100012

Brooker, Will (2006) The best Batman story: The dark knight returns. In: McKee, Alan, (ed.) Beautiful things in popular culture. Oxford, UK : Blackwell. pp. 33-48. ISBN 1405131918

Brooker, Will (2005) "It is love": the Lewis Carroll Society as fan community. American Behavioral Scientist, 48(7), pp. 859-880. ISSN (print) 0002-7642

Brooker, Will (2004) Alice's adventures: Lewis Carroll in popular culture. New York; London : Continuum. 380p. ISBN 0826414338

Brooker, Will (2003) Conclusion: overflow and audience. In: Brooker, Will and Jermyn, Deborah, (eds.) The audience studies reader. Abingdon, UK : Routledge. pp. 322-334. ISBN 0415254345

Brooker, Will and Jermyn, Deborah, eds. (2003) The audience studies reader. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. 347p. ISBN 0415254345

Brown, Ian (2011) Creative choices in Scots language use in contemporary poetry and drama. In: Guest lecture; 30 May 2011, Koln, Germany. (Unpublished)

Brown, Ian, ed. (2011) The Edinburgh companion to Scottish drama. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. 248p. (Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature ) ISBN 9780748641086

Brown, Ian (2011) Introduction: a lively tradition and creative amnesia. In: Brown, Ian, (ed.) The Edinburgh companion to Scottish drama. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 1-5. (Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature ) ISBN 9780748641086

Brown, Ian (2011) Public and private performance: 1650-1800. In: Brown, Ian, (ed.) The Edinburgh companion to Scottish drama. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 22-40. (Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature ) ISBN 9780748641086

Brown, Ian (2010) Fostering the imperial view in a school: life-writing in Dollar Magazine before the First World War. In: ESSE 10 : European Society for the Study of English Tenth International Conference; 24 - 28 Aug 2010, Turin, Italy. (Unpublished)

Brown, Ian and Nicholson, Colin (2009) Arcades: the 1960s and 1970s. In: Brown, Ian and Riach, Alan, (eds.) The Edinburgh companion to twentieth-century Scottish literature. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 133-144. (Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature ) ISBN 9780748636938

Brown, Ian and Riach, Alan, eds. (2009) The Edinburgh companion to twentieth-century Scottish literature. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. 272p. (Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature ) ISBN 9780748636938

Brown, Ian (2009) Entering the twenty-first century. In: Brown, Ian and Riach, Alan, (eds.) The Edinburgh companion to twentieth-century Scottish literature. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 214-222. (Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature ) ISBN 9780748636938

Brown, Ian and Riach, Alan (2009) Introduction. In: Brown, Ian and Riach, Alan, (eds.) The Edinburgh companion to twentieth-century Scottish literature. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 1-14. (Edinburgh Companions to Scottish Literature ) ISBN 9780748636938

Brown, Ian (2009) The framing of 'Robert Burns' in the Soviet State: a case study from Armenia. In: Robert Burns 1759 to 2009; 15 - 17 Jan 2009, Glasgow, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Brown, Ian and Macleod, Muriel Anne (2008) Northern Connections: a case study of a Scoto-Swedish theatre link. Contemporary Theatre Review, 18(3), pp. 403-406. ISSN (print) 1048-6801

Brown, Ian (2007) Alternative sensibilities: devolutionary comedy and Scottish camp. In: Schoene, Berthold, (ed.) The Edinburgh companion to contemporary Scottish literature. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 319-327. ISBN 9780748623952

Brown, Ian , Clancy, Thomas Owen , Manning, Susan and Pittock, Murray, eds. (2007) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Vol. 3 Modern transformations: new identities (from 1918). Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. 356p. ISBN 9780748624829

Brown, Ian (2007) Penguins and flowers: failure of nerve, cultural complexity and tartanry. Scottish Studies Review, 8(2), pp. 69-88. ISSN (print) 1475-7737

Brown, Ian (2007) The Scots leid in modren Scots drama: 'world drama' an 'our national peculiarities'. Lallans(70), pp. 33-44. ISSN (print) 1359-3587

Brown, Ian, Clancy, Thomas Owen, Manning, Susan and Pittock, Murray (2007) Scottish literature: criticism and the canon. In: Clancy, Thomas Owen , Pittock, Murray , Brown, Ian and Manning, Susan, (eds.) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Vol. 1 From Columba to the Union (until 1707). Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 3-15. ISBN 9780748616152

Brown, Ian (2007) Staging the nation: multiplicity and cultural diversity in contemporary Scottish theatre. In: Brown, Ian , Clancy, Thomas Owen , Manning, Susan and Pittock, Murray, (eds.) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Vol. 3 Modern transformations: new identities (from 1918). Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 283-294. ISBN 9780748624829

Brown, Ian and Nicholson, Colin (2007) The border crossers and reconfiguration of the possible: poet-playwright-novelists from the mid-twentieth century on. In: Brown, Ian , Clancy, Thomas Owen , Manning, Susan and Pittock, Murray, (eds.) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Vol. 3 Modern transformations: new identities (from 1918). Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 262-272. ISBN 9780748624829

Brown, Ian (2007) The personal poem: inscribing a life through dedicated poetry. In: Life writing seminar; 16 Jan 2007, Edinburgh, U.K. . (Unpublished)

Brown, Ian (2007) The road through Woodstock: counter-Thatcherite strategies in ACGB's drama development between 1984 and 1994. Contemporary Theatre Review, 17(2), pp. 218-229. ISSN (print) 1048-6801

Brown, Ian (2006) Drama and literature in Scots as an economic generator. In: 6th Language and Politics Symposium on the Gaeltacht and Scotstacht; 30 Aug - 01 Sep 2006, Belfast, Northern Ireland. (Unpublished)

Brown, Ian (2006) Waddell, Roberta Johanna (Bertha) and Waddell, Janet Jane (Jenny). In: Ewan, Elizabeth , Innes, Sue and Reynolds, Sian, (eds.) The biographical dictionary of Scottish women: from the earliest times to 2004. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 361-362. ISBN 0748617132

Brown, Ian (2005) W. Gordon Smith (1928-1996). In: Bull, John, (ed.) British and Irish dramatists since World War II. Farmington Hills, U.S. : Thomson Gale. pp. 249-256. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, no. 310) ISBN 0787681288

Brown, Ian (2003) Thrawn themes and dramatic experiments: W. Gordon Smith and the paradoxes of creative iconclasm. Scottish Studies Review, 4(2), pp. 98-120. ISSN (print) 1475-7737

Brown, Ian (2001) Poems for Joan. Perth, U.K. : Perth Theatre. 52p. ISBN 9781903700037

Brown, Ian and Ramage, John (2001) Referendum to referendum and beyond: political vitality and Scottish theatre. The Irish Review, 28, pp. 46-57. ISSN (print) 0790-7850

Brown, Ian (2000) Drama and literature in Scots as an economic generator. In: Kirk, John M. and O Baoill, Donall P., (eds.) Language and economic development: Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland. Belfast, Northern Ireland : Clo Ollscoil na Banriona. pp. 196-203. (Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics, no. 1) ISBN 0853897913

Brown, Stan (2009) Translation or revision?: Book review of: Where cross the crowded ways: prayers of a city pastor by Ernest T. Campbell. Expository Times, 120(5), p. 255. ISSN (print) 0014-5246

Brown, Ian (2001) The new writing policies of Clive Perry and Stephen MacDonald at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, 1966-79. International Journal of Scottish Theatre, 2(2), ISSN (online) 1471-1598

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Campbell, Siobhan (2009) Darwin among the machines. Presteigne, Wales : Rack Press. 12p. ISBN 0956101305

Campbell, Siobhan (2008) That water speaks in tongues. Matlock, U.K. : Templar Poetry. 38p. ISBN 9781906285234

Campbell, Siobhan (2007) Doubled. Oxford Magazine(264), p. 13. ISSN (print) 0268-1137

Campbell, Siobhan (2007) Quickthorn. Poetry, 191(3), p. 206. ISSN (print) 0032-2032

Campbell, Siobhan (2006) Grist. nthposition online magazine,

Campbell, Siobhan (2006) In search of rapture: Book Review of: Strawberry thief by Sara Berkeley, Rapture by Carol Ann Duffy and Whereabouts by Mark Roper. Poetry Ireland Review(85), pp. 85-90. ISSN (print) 0332-2998

Campbell, Siobhan (2006) Platform. nthposition online magazine,

Campbell, Siobhan (2006) You are never just out, walking a field. nthposition online magazine,

Campbell, Siobhan (2005) Book review of: And then Something Happened by Susan M. Schultz. The Stinging Fly, 2(2), ISSN (print) 1393-5690

Campbell, Siobhan (2005) Book review of: Woods, Etc by Alice Oswald. The Stinging Fly, 2(2), ISSN (print) 1393-5690

Campbell, Siobhan (2005) Campbell. The Southern Review, 41(1), p. 150. ISSN (print) 0038-4534

Campbell, Siobhan (2005) Defined by negatives. The Southern Review, 41(1), p. 148. ISSN (print) 0038-4534

Campbell, Siobhan (2005) First time up. Poetry Ireland Review, 84, p. 48. ISSN (print) 0332-2998

Campbell, Siobhan (2005) Grist. Poetry Ireland Review, 84, p. 49. ISSN (print) 0332-2998

Campbell, Siobhan (2005) Hothead. The Southern Review, 41(1), p. 149. ISSN (print) 0038-4534

Campbell, Siobhan (2004) Pitched. Cyphers, 57, p. 33. ISSN (print) 1393-2985

Campbell, Siobhan (2004) Turns. In: Cashman, Seamus, (ed.) Something beginning with P: new poems from Irish poets. Dublin, Eire : The O'Brien Press. pp. 67-67. ISBN 0862788684

Campbell, Siobhan (2002) Lyric. De brakke hond(76), pp. 22-23. ISSN (print) 0771-7260

Campbell, Siobhan (2002) Siobhan Campbell (1962- ). In: Bourke, Angela , Kilfeather, Siobhan , Luddy, Maria , Mac Curtain, Margaret , Meaney, Gerardine , Dhonnchadha, Mairin Ni , O'Dowd, Mary and Wills, Clair, (eds.) The Field Day anthology of Irish writing: volume v: Irish women's writing and traditions. Cork, Eire : Cork University Press. pp. 1312-1315. ISBN 185918281X

Campbell, Siobhan (2002) Transformations: addressing Eavan Boland's codes. In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Cork Literary Review. Bradshaw Books. pp. 89-95. ISBN 0949010847

Campbell, Siobhan (2013) Drip feed. Hoppenthaler's Congeries, V(II),

Campbell, Siobhan (2013) I was born in a will o the wisp. In: Lawlor, James, (ed.) I live in Michael Hartnett. Limerick, Ireland : Revival Press. pp. 29-29. ISBN 9780956909220

Campbell, Siobhan (2013) Lace. The Hopkins Review, 6(4), p. 501. ISSN (print) 1939-6589

Campbell, Siobhan (2013) Pastimes in occupied territory. Hoppenthaler's Congeries, V(II),

Campbell, Siobhan (2013) Weeding. The Hopkins Review, 6(4), p. 502. ISSN (print) 1939-6589

Campbell, Siobhan (2013) The longing of the bees. Hoppenthaler's Congeries, V(II),

Campbell, Siobhan (2012) Latin class. In: Curtis, Tony, (ed.) Tokens for the foundlings. Bridgend, U.K. : Seren. pp. 82-82. ISBN 9781854115812

Campbell, Siobhan (2012) Watching 'The lonely planet'. In: McGovern, Iggy, (ed.) 2012: twenty Irish poets respond to science in twelve lines. Dublin, Ireland : Dedalus Press. pp. 10-11. ISBN 9781906614669

Campbell, Siobhan and Clark, Patricia (2012) Writing without a safety net: guidance for writing after the creative writing classroom. In: Perry, Paul, (ed.) Beyond the workshop. Kingston upon Thames, U.K. : Kingston University Press. pp. 199-211. ISBN 9781899999521

Campbell, Siobhan (2010) Almost in sight. In: Lumsden, Roddy, (ed.) Identity parade: new British & Irish poets. Tarset, U.K. : Bloodaxe Books. pp. 71-72. ISBN 9781852248390

Campbell, Siobhan (2010) Massy Wood. In: Lumsden, Roddy, (ed.) Identity parade: new British & Irish poets. Tarset, U.K. : Bloodaxe Books. pp. 73-73. ISBN 9781852248390

Campbell, Siobhan (2010) Miner. In: Lumsden, Roddy, (ed.) Identity parade: new British & Irish poets. Tarset, U.K. : Bloodaxe Books. pp. 73-74. ISBN 9781852248390

Campbell, Siobhan (2010) When I asked my dad about Warrenpoint. In: , , (ed.) The Forward book of poetry. London, U.K. : Forward. pp. 70-70. ISBN 9780571260874

Campbell, Siobhan (2009) Cross-talk. Bridgend, U.K. : Poetry Wales Press. 71p. ISBN 9781854115096

Campbell, Siobhan (2008) Recall. In: Salzman, Eva and Wack, Amy, (eds.) Women's work: modern women poets writing in English. Bridgend, U.K. : Seren. pp. 313-313. ISBN 9781854114303

Campbell, Siobhan (2008) When I asked my dad about Warrenpoint. In: Irvine, W. R., (ed.) From the small back room: a festschrift for Ciaran Carson. Belfast, U.K. : Netherlea. pp. 140-140. ISBN 9780955798511

Campbell, Siobhan (2006) A fine line. Magma poetry, 36, p. 11. ISSN (print) 1352-9269

Carey, Brycchan (2011) A stronger muse: classical influences on eighteenth-century abolitionist poetry. In: Hall, Edith , Alston, Richard and McConnell, Justine, (eds.) Ancient Slavery and Abolition: From Hobbes to Hollywood. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. pp. 125-152. (Classical Presences) ISBN 9780199574674

Carey, Brycchan [Speaker] (2010) How American Quakers took the first stand against slavery. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 15 May 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2005) British abolitionism and the rhetoric of sensibility: writing, sentiment, and slavery 1760-1807. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. 248p. ISBN 1403946264

Carey, Brycchan , Ellis, Markman and Salih, Sara, eds. (2004) Discourses of slavery and abolition: Britain and its colonies, 1760-1838. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. 237p. ISBN 1403916470

Carey, Brycchan and Salih, Sara (2004) Introduction. In: Carey, Brycchan , Ellis, Markman and Salih, Sara, (eds.) Discourses of slavery and abolition: Britain and its colonies, 1760-1838. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-8. ISBN 1403916470

Carey, Brycchan (2004) 'The hellish means of killing and kidnapping': Ignatius Sancho and the campaign against the 'abominable traffic for slaves'. In: Carey, Brycchan , Ellis, Markman and Salih, Sara, (eds.) Discourses of slavery and abolition: Britain and its colonies, 1760-1838. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 81-95. ISBN 1403916470

Carey, Brycchan (2003) Hermione and the house elves: the literary and historical context of J.K.Rowling's Anti-slavery Campaign. In: Anatol, Giselle Liza, (ed.) Reading Harry Potter: critical essays. Westport, Conn., U.S. : Greenwood Press. pp. 103-115. (Contributions to the Study of Popular Culture, no. 78) ISSN (print) 0198-9871 ISBN 0313320675

Carey, Brycchan (2003) 'The extraordinary negro': Ignatius Sancho, Joseph Jekyll and the problem of biography. British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 26(1), pp. 1-13. ISSN (print) 0141-867X

Carey, Brycchan (2013) From peace to freedom: Quaker rhetoric and the birth of American antislavery 1657-1761. In: British Group in Early American History Annual Meeting 2013 “Conflict-Resolution-Conflict”; 05 - 07 Sep 2013, Norwich, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2013) Wetland or parkland? Ecocritical approaches to Oliver Goldsmith’s 'Deserted village'. In: Ecological encounters: agency, identity, interactions; 29 - 31 Aug 2013, Guildford, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2012) From peace to freedom: colonial Quakers and the origins of the Antislavery International, 1657–1758. In: Centre for the Study of International Slavery seminar; 08 May 2012, Liverpool, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2012) From wheatfield to wetland: the ecology of Auburn in Oliver Goldsmith's deserted village. In: British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies 41st Annual Conference: Landscapes & Environments; 04-06 Jan 2012, Oxford, U.K..

Carey, Brycchan (2012) Slavery and abolition. In: Lynch, Jack, (ed.) Samuel Johnson in context. Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press. pp. 352-359. (Literature in context) ISBN 9780521190107

Carey, Brycchan (2012) 'To Friends beyond sea’, or, how London Quakers and Philadelphia Quakers played politics by mail. In: 43rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies; 22-24 Mar 2012, San Antonio, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2012) The grief of Divers Friends, or, how eighteenth-century Quakers turned against slavery. In: Buckinghamshire Historical Association Lecture; 15 Feb 2012, Aylesbury, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2011) We are against. In: Joseph S. Schick Lecture; 20 Jan 2011, Terre Haute, Indiana, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2011) When no man was his own: the Carribean as transformative space in the writings of Ralph Sandiford and Benjamin Lay. In: 42nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies; 17 -19 Mar 2012, Vancouver, Canada. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2010) Slavery, empire, race. In: Higgins, David and Ruston, Sharon, (eds.) Teaching Romanticism. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 75-87. (Teaching the new English) ISBN 9780230224858

Carey, Brycchan (2009) Abolishing the slave trade on the London stage 1760-1807. In: Lunchtime talk; 19 Mar 2009, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2009) Hermione and the house elves revisited: J.K. Rowling, antislavery campaigning, and the politics of Potter. In: Anatol, Giselle Liza, (ed.) Reading Harry Potter again: new critical essays. Santa Barbara, U.S. : ABC-CLIO. pp. 159-173. ISBN 9780313361975

Carey, Brycchan [Speaker] (2009) Three centuries of (imaginary) interplanetary exploration. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2008) Introduction: slavery and antislavery. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 31(2), pp. 191-196. ISSN (print) 1754-0194

Carey, Brycchan (2008) The Moon and America: an early modern conflation. In: Trips to the Moon & behond: Lucian to NASA; 15 Dec 2008, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2008) Olaudah Equiano and the trauma of slavery. In: Writing and Trauma: a Literary Symposium; 28 May 2008, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2008) 'The most cruel and ridiculous confusion': Ignatius Sancho and the Gordon riots. In: Literary London 2008 : Representations of London in literature; 02-04 July 2008, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2007) Anti slavery on the 18th century stage. In: Literary London 2007 : Representations of London in Literature; 19 - 20 Jul 2007, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2007) Cultures of abolitionism. In: The Transatlantic Slave Trade; 15 Mar - 10 May 2007, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2007) Lost protests, hidden watermarks, and suspiciously neat handwriting: abolitionism in manuscript. In: A triangular traffic: a symposium on literature, slavery and the archive; 02 - 03 Nov 2007, Dundee, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2007) Slavery and the slave trade. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 24 May 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2007) Teaching & learning guide for: slavery and romanticism. Literature Compass, 4(6), pp. 1683-1688. ISSN (online) 1741-4113

Carey, Brycchan (2007) The depictions of the slave trade in children's books. Books for Keeps(166), pp. 3-5. ISSN (print) 0143-909X

Carey, Brycchan (2006) Slavery and Romanticism. Literature Compass, 3(3), pp. 397-408. ISSN (online) 1741-4113

Carey, Brycchan (2006) Teaching literary London in the suburbs. In: Teaching London; 03 - 04 Nov 2006, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2005) Ignatius Sancho. In: Clark, Robert, (ed.) The literary encyclopedia. Norwich, U.K. : The Literary Dictionary Company Limited. ISSN (online) 1747-678X

Carey, Brycchan (2005) One world, two lenses: contrasting classical and biblical approaches to antique slavery in the late-eighteenth-century abolition debate. In: Imitation et invention au Siecle des Lumieres = Imitation and invention in the Eighteenth Century; 19 - 22 Oct 2005, Quebec, Canada. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2005) "Some good ballads to be sung about the streets": William Cowper's campaign against the slave trade. In: Literary London 2005 : Representations of London in literature; 14-16 July 2005, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2005) William Wilberforce. In: Clark, Robert, (ed.) The literary encyclopedia. Norwich, U.K. : The Literary Dictionary Company Limited. ISSN (online) 1747-678X

Carey, Brycchan (2004) Day, Thomas 1748-1789: British essayist, novelist, and poet. In: Murray, Christopher John, (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Romantic era, 1760-1850. London, U.K. : Fitzroy Dearborn. pp. 265-266. ISBN 1579584233

Carey, Brycchan (2004) Ridiculous prejudices and foolish distinctions: Thomas Day and the Children's Campaign Against Slavery. In: Romantic-Era Writing for Children; 29 May 2004, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2004) Slavery and emancipation. In: Murray, Christopher John, (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Romantic era, 1760-1850. London, U.K. : Fitzroy Dearborn. pp. 1057-1059. ISBN 1579584225

Carey, Brycchan (2004) 'That's for tourists': teaching London literature to Londoners. In: North American Conference on British Studies in conjunction with the Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies Annual Meeting; 29 - 31 Oct 2004, Philadelphia, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2004) Yearsley, Ann 1752-1806: British poet, dramatist, and novelist. In: Murray, Christopher John, (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Romantic era, 1760-1850. London, U.K. : Fitzroy Dearborn. pp. 1239-1240. ISBN 1579584225

Carey, Brycchan (2002) "My dying eyes o'erflow": sentimental poetry and the abolition of the slave trade. In: Corvey Project Research seminar; 01 Nov 2002, Sheffield, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2001) Inventing a poetics of antislavery: Thomas Day and John Bicknell's 'The dying Negro'. In: Discourses of slavery and abolition: writing in Britain and its Colonies, 1660-1838; 06 - 07 Apr 2001, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (2001) Sancho, Ignatius 1729-1780: Afro-British letter writer. In: Jolly, Margaretta, (ed.) Encyclopedia of life writing: autobiographical and biographical forms. London, U.K. : Fitzroy Dearborn. pp. 775-776. ISBN 157958232X

Carey, Brycchan [Speaker] (2000) "This extraordinary negro": Johnsonian biography, slave narrative and Joseph Jekyll's Life of Ignatius Sancho. In: Centre for Life History Research: Tuesday Lunchtime Seminar Series; 29 Feb 2000, Brighton, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carey, Brycchan (1999) The Jekyllian fallacy: disentangling Sancho's life from Jekyll's life. In: Ignatius Sancho: sensibility and abolition; 20 Mar 1999, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Chambers, Colin (2001) 'Home sweet home': Stratford-Upon-Avon and the making of the Royal Shakespeare Company as a national institution. In: Cartmell, Deborah and Scott, Michael, (eds.) Talking Shakespeare: Shakespeare into the millennium. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave. pp. 85-101. ISBN 0333777735

Chanter, Tina (2010) Antigone's political legacies: abjection in defiance of mourning. In: Wilmer, S. E. and Zukauskaite, Audrone, (eds.) Interrogating Antigone in postmodern philosophy and criticism. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. pp. 19-47. (Classical Presences) ISBN 9780199559213

Chapman, Isabelle (1999) Tender sympathies: the telling of the mother-daughter relationships in the writing of Elizabeth Gaskell. (MPhil thesis), Kingston University.

Clancy, Thomas Owen , Pittock, Murray , Brown, Ian and Manning, Susan, eds. (2007) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Vol. 1 From Columba to the Union (until 1707). Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. 334p. ISBN 9780748616152

Clarke, Norma (2011) Book review of: 'The secret diaries of Miss Anne Lister' edited by Helena Whitbread. The Times Literary Supplement, 5624, p. 27. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2011) Book review of: 'Tides of war' - a novel of the Peninsular War by Stella Tillyard. TLS-The Times Literary Supplement, 5645, p. 20. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2010) Book Review of: Children's literature and social change: some case studies from Barbara Hofland to Philip Pullman by Dennis Butts. The Times Literary Supplement, 5606, p. 31. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma [Speaker] (2010) Children's fiction for adult readers. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 24 Apr 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Clarke, Norma (2010) English houses and their inheritance. The Times Literary Supplement, 5612, pp. 12-13. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2008) Book Review of: Ireland's misfortune: the turbulent life of Kitty O'Shea by Elisabeth Kehoe. The Times Literary Supplement, 5491, p. 10. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2008) Book Review of: Lady Worsley's whim: an eighteenth-century tale of sex, scandal and divorce by Hallie Rubenhold. The Times Literary Supplement, 5512, p. 11. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2008) Book Review of: Naval wives and mistresses by Margarette Lincoln. The Times Literary Supplement, 5489, p. 30. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2008) Book Review of: Shadows of the workhouse: the drama of life in postwar London by Jennifer Worth. The Times Literary Supplement, 5499, p. 26. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2008) Queen of the wits: a life of Laetitia Pilkington. London, U.K. : Faber and Faber. 364p. ISBN 9780571224289

Clarke, Norma (2005) Anna Seward: swan, duckling or goose? In: Batchelor, Jennie and Kaplan, Cora, (eds.) British women's writing in the long eighteenth century: authorship, politics and history. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 34-47. ISBN 140394931X

Clarke, Norma (2005) Bluestocking fictions: devotional writings, didactic literature and the imperative of female improvement. In: Knott, Sarah and Taylor, Barbara, (eds.) Women, gender and enlightenment. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 460-473. ISBN 1403904936

Clarke, Norma (2004) Generation. Generate. Critical Quarterly, 46(3), pp. 20-25. ISSN (print) 0011-1562

Clarke, Norma (2004) "Wonderful world up yonder": Rousseau and the erotics of teaching and learning. In: Sorensen, David and Tarr, Roger, (eds.) The Carlyles at Home and Abroad. Ashgate. pp. 220-229. ISBN 0754603873

Clarke, Norma (2004) The rise and fall of the woman of letters. London, UK : Pimlico. 390p. ISBN 071266467X

Clarke, Norma (2001) Dr Johnson's women. London, U.K. : Hambledon and London. 260p. ISBN 1852852542

Clarke, Norma (2000) Anna Jameson: the idol of thousands of young ladies. In: Hilton, Mary and Hirsch, Pam, (eds.) Practical visionaries: women, education, and social progress, 1790-1930. Harlow, U.K. : Longman. pp. 69-83. ISBN 9780582404311

Clarke, Norma (2000) Soft passions and darling themes: from Elizabeth Singer Rowe (1674-1737) to Elizabeth Carter (1717-1806). Women's Writing, 7(3), pp. 353-371. ISSN (print) 0969-9082

Clarke, Norma (1997) The cursed Barbauld Crew: women writers and writing for children in the late eighteenth century. In: Hilton, Mary , Styles, Morag and Watson, Victor, (eds.) Opening the nursery door: reading, writing, and childhood, 1600-1900. London, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 91-103. ISBN 9780415148986

Clarke, Norma (2012) Pockets, purses, ridicules. The Times Literary Supplement(5709), p. 17. ISSN (print) 0307-661X

Clarke, Norma (2011) The children's novel. In: Parrinder, Patrick and Gasiorek, Andrzej, (eds.) The reinvention of the British and Irish novel 1880-1940. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. pp. 273-287. (The Oxford history of the novel in English, no. 4) ISBN 9780199559336

Clarke, Norma [Speaker] (2009) The rise and rise of brand Austen. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Clarke, Norma (2005) London in the memoirs of Laetitia Pilkington. In: Literary London 2005 : Representations of London in literature; 14-16 July 2005, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Cole, Louise (2000) Jewelled tree. Huddersfield : Spout Publications. 32p. ISBN 1899114610

Conradi, Peter (2010) Iris Murdoch and the poetry of transformation. In: Iris Murdoch: on the margins; 10 - 11 Sep 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Conradi, Peter (2007) Iris Murdoch's 'The black prince': dancing the dance of creation. In: Roe, John and Stanco, Michele, (eds.) Inspiration and Technique: Ancient to Modern Views on Beauty and Art. Bern, Switzerland : Peter Lang. pp. 277-291. ISBN 9783039103140

Conradi, Peter (2007) Preface. In: Rowe, Anne, (ed.) Iris Murdoch: a reassessment. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. xiv-xix. ISBN 0230003443

Conradi, Peter (2006) Oedipus, Peter Pan and negative capabilty: on writing Iris Murdoch's life. In: Rowe, Anne, (ed.) Iris Murdoch: A Reassessment. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 189-203. ISBN 0230003443

Conradi, Peter (1996) Alice Thomas Ellis: Kinder, Kirche und Küche. In: Sceats, Sarah and Cunningham, Gail, (eds.) Image and power: women in fiction in the twentieth century. Harlow, U.K. : Longman. pp. 149-160. ISBN 0582255368

Conradi, Peter J and Dorrell, Simon [Illustrator] (2009) At the bright hem of God: Radnorshire pastoral. Bridgend, U.K. : Seren. 240p. ISBN 9781854114907

Conradi, Peter J. (2010) Laughing at something tragic: Murdoch as anti-moralist. In: Rowe, Anne and Horner, Avril, (eds.) Iris Murdoch and morality. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 56-69. ISBN 9780230224452

Conradi, Peter J. (2001) Iris Murdoch: a life. London, UK : HarperCollins Publishers. 736p. ISBN 0002571234

Conradi, Peter (2011) Holy Fool and Magus: the uses of discipleship in 'Under the net' and 'The flight from the enchanter'. In: Broakes, Justin, (ed.) Iris Murdoch, Philospher. Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press. pp. 119-134. ISBN 9780199289905

Corner, Martin (2004) Beyond revisions: Rushdie, newness and the end of authenticity. In: Rogers, David and McLeod, John, (eds.) The revision of Englishness. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. pp. 154-168. ISBN 9780719069727

Corner, Martin (2000) Moving outwards: Consciousness, discourse and attention in Saul Bellow's fiction. Studies in the Novel, 32(3), pp. 369-385. ISSN (print) 0039-3827

Corner, Martin (2000) The novel and public truth: Saul Bellows The 'Dean's December'. Studies in American Fiction, 28(1), pp. 113-128. ISSN (print) 0091-8083

Cross, Victoria (2003) Anna Lombard by Victoria Cross. London, UK : Continuum. 140p. (Late Victorian and early modernist women writers) ISBN 0826481841

Crowther, Claire (2008) Retiree. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

Crowther, Claire (2007) The lost line: the contemporary grandmother poem. In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Cunnell, Howard (2005) Condemned men: compulsive masculinity and the convict ethic in the writing of Edward Bunker. In: Miller, D. Quentin, (ed.) Prose and cons: essays on prison literature in the United States. Jefferson NC, USA : McFarland & Co. pp. 95-110. ISBN 0786421460

Cunnell, Howard (2005) 'Stop! a Buddhist is here': Bodhisattva masculinity on Death Row in Jarvis Masters' Finding freedom. Journal of Global Buddhism, 6, p. 46. ISSN (online) 1527-6457

Cunnell, Howard (2005) Rocking at the chick-a-boom: Thatcherism, hypermasculinity, and the south London underworld in Razor Smith's 'A few kind words and a loaded gun'. In: Literary London 2005 : Representations of London in literature; 14-16 July 2005, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Cunningham, Abigail [Speaker] (2010) Suburban utopias. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 08 May 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Cunningham, Gail (2007) Introduction: Part I: Victorian and Edwardian London on the page. In: Cunningham, Gail and Barber, Stephen, (eds.) London eyes: reflections in text and image. New York, USA : Berghahn Books. pp. 3-5. (Polygons : cultural diversities and intersections, no. 13) ISBN 9781845454074

Cunningham, Gail (2007) London commuting: suburb and city, the Quotidian Frontier. In: Cunningham, Gail and Barber, Stephen, (eds.) London eyes: reflections in text and image. New York, USA : Berghahn Books. pp. 7-25. (Polygons : cultural diversities and intersections, no. 13) ISBN 9781845454074

Cunningham, Gail and Barber, Stephen, eds. (2007) London eyes: reflections in text and image. New York, U.S. : Berghahn Books. 228p. (Polygons: Cultural Diversities and Intersections, no. 13) ISBN 9781845454074

Cunningham, Gail (2006) Introduction. In: Cunningham, Gail, (ed.) Anna Lombard. London, U.K. : Continuum. pp. vii-xxv. (Late Victorian and early modernist women writers) ISBN 0826481841

Cunningham, Gail (2004) Houses in between: navigating surburbia in late Victorian writing. Victorian Literature and Culture, 32(2), pp. 421-434. ISSN (print) 1060-1503

Cunningham, Gail (2001) Reading women: male responses to new woman novels. Nineteenth-Century Feminisms, 4(Spring), pp. 23-24. ISSN (print) 1481-840X

Cunningham, Gail (2001) The riddle of suburbia: suburban fictions at the Victorian fin de siecle. In: Webster, Roger, (ed.) Expanding suburbia: reviewing suburban narratives. Oxford, U.K. : Berghahn Books. pp. 51-70. (Polygons, no. 6) ISBN 9781571817907

Cunningham, Gail (2000) He-notes: reconstructing masculinity. In: Richardson, Angelique and Willis, Chris, (eds.) The new woman in fiction and in fact: fin-de-siecle feminisms. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 94-106. ISBN 9780333776650

Cunningham, Gail (2000) Masculinities in the age of the New Woman: from She to 'vee'. In: Pinheiro de Sousa, Alcindo , Flora, Luísa Maria and de Ataíde Malafaia, Teresa, (eds.) The crossroads of gender and century endings. Lisbon, Portugal : Colibri. pp. 109-124. ISBN 9727722121

Cunningham, Gail (1996) Seizing the reins: women, girls and horses. In: Cunningham, Gail and Sceats, Sarah, (eds.) Image and power: women in fiction in the twentieth century. Harlow, U.K. : Longman. pp. 65-76. ISBN 0582255368

Cunningham, Gail (2011) Blue suburban skies: the search for utopia in the suburbs. In: Literary London 2011 : Representations of London in literature; 20-22 July 2011, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Cusk, Rachel (2006) Arlington Park. London, UK : Faber and Faber. 256p. ISBN 057122847X

Cusk, Rachel (2005) In the fold. London, UK : Faber and Faber. 240p. ISBN 0571228135

Cusk, Rachel (2003) The lucky ones. London, UK : Fourth Estate. 228p. ISBN 1857029127

Cusk, Rachel (2001) A life's work: on becoming a mother. London, UK : Fourth Estate. 212p. ISBN 1841154865

Cusk, Rachel (2012) Aftermath: on marriage and separation. London : Faber and Faber. 160p. ISBN 9780571277650

Cusk, Rachel (2012) The anorexic statement. The New Statesman, 141(5130), pp. 30-35. ISSN (print) 1364-7431

Cusk, Rachel (2011) Aftermath. Granta(115), pp. 7-29. ISSN (print) 0017-3231

Cusk, Rachel (2011) Portraits. The Guardian, ISSN (print) 0261-3077

Cusk, Rachel (2009) The Bradshaw variations. London, U.K. : Faber and Faber. 256p. ISBN 9780571233588

Cusk, Rachel (2009) The last supper: a summer in Italy. London, U.K. : Faber and Faber. 240p. ISBN 9780571242566

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Dailey, Sara (2001) Book review of 'Conversations with Salman Rushdie' by Michael R. Reder. ARIEL, 32(4), pp. 258-259. ISSN (print) 0004-1327

Davies, Hamilton (1991) The roles of the "empirical" and of the "fictional" in J.G. Farrell's Troubles (1970) and The Singapore grip (1978) and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's children (1981). (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

Debney, Ruth (2008) Personality, patronage and publishing: the creative relationships of artist, writer and publisher in the formation of artistic publishing in fin de siecle London. (MA(R) thesis), Kingston University.

Depper, Corin (2009) Theatres of memory and restraint: Matthew Barney amongst the Neo-Platonists. In: Georganta, Konstanta , Collignon, Fabienne and Millim, Anne-Marie, (eds.) The apothecary’s chest: magic, art and medication. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholar's Publishing. pp. 71-82. ISBN 1443804940

Depper, Corin (2008) Death at work: the cinematic imagination of J.G. Ballard. In: Baxter, Jeannette, (ed.) J. G. Ballard. London, U.K. : Continuum. pp. 50-65. (Contemporary Critical Perspectives) ISBN 9780826497260

Depper, Corin (2007) Hiding in the trees: the emergence of an arboreal nationalism in the work of Robert Graves and Martin Heidegger. In: Modern environments: contemporary readings in green studies : Inaugural graduate conference of ASLE-UK; 07 - 08 Sep 2007, Glasgow, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Dines, Martin (2009) Gay suburban narratives in American and British culture: homecoming queens. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 232p. ISBN 9780230233249

Dines, Martin (2008) Wasteland of the free: suburbia and autonomy in Dennis Cooper's Try. In: Hegarty, Paul and Kennedy, Danny, (eds.) Dennis Cooper: Writing at the Edge. Eastbourne, UK : Sussex Academic Press. pp. 20-31. ISBN 9781845191870

Dines, Martin (2007) Poodle Queens and the Great Dark Lad: class, masculinity and suburban trajectories in gay London. In: Cunningham, Gail and Barber, Stephen, (eds.) London eyes: reflections in text and image. New York, USA : Berghahn Books. pp. 189-201. (Polygons : cultural diversities and intersections, no. 13) ISBN 9781845454074

Dines, Martin (2005) Sacrilege in the sitting room: contesting suburban domesticity in contemporary gay literature. Home Cultures, 2(2), pp. 175-194. ISSN (print) 1740-6315

Dines, Martin (2013) Bringing the boy back home: domesticity and egalitarian relationships in postwar London novels. Literary London Journal, 10(2), ISSN (online) 1744-0807

Dines, Martin (2012) Suburban gothic and the ethnic uncanny in Jeffrey Eugenides's The Virgin Suicides. Journal of American Studies, 46(4), pp. 959-975. ISSN (print) 0021-8758

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Horner, Avril and Beer, Janet (2011) Edith Wharton: Sex, Satire and the Older Woman. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 216p. ISBN 9781403941268

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue, eds. (2011) The heroine or adventures of a fair romance reader by Eaton Stannard Barrett. 1813. Kansas City, U.S.A. : Valancourt Books. 338p. ISBN 9781934555910

Horner, Avril [Speaker] and Zlosnik, Sue [Speaker] (2010) Global gothic. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 08 May 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Horner, Avril (2010) 'Refinements of evil': Iris Murdoch and the gothic. In: Rowe, Anne and Horner, Avril, (eds.) Iris Murdoch and morality. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 70-84. ISBN 9780230224452

Horner, Avril (2010) Women, power and conflict: The Gothic Heroine and "Chocolate Box" Gothic. Anglophonia: French Journal of English Studies, 27, pp. 319-330. ISSN (print) 1278-3331

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2009) Comic gothic. In: Mulvey-Roberts, Marie, (ed.) The handbook of the gothic. 2nd ed. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 109-109. ISBN 9780230008533

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2009) Daphne du Maurier. In: Mulvey-Roberts, Marie, (ed.) The handbook of the gothic. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 26-27. ISBN 9780230008533

Horner, Avril and Beer, Janet (2009) Edith Wharton and modernism: The mother's recompense. In: Morley, Catherine and Goody, Alex, (eds.) American modernism: cultural transactions. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 69-92. ISBN 9781443813570

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2009) Keeping it in the family: incest and the female gothic plot in du Maurier and Murdoch. In: Wallace, Diana and Smith, Andrew, (eds.) The Female Gothic: New Directions. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 115-132. ISBN 9780230222717

Horner, Avril (2008) Kate Chopin, choice and modernism. In: Beer, Janet, (ed.) The Cambridge companion to Kate Chopin. Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press. pp. 132-146. ISBN 9780521883443

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue, eds. (2008) Le Gothic: influences and appropriations in Europe and America. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. 264p. ISBN 9780230517646

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2007) Glimpses of the dark side. In: Taylor, Helen, (ed.) The Daphne du Maurier companion. London, U.K. : Virago. pp. 242-248. ISBN 9781844082353

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2006) Barbara Comyns. In: Hammill, Faye , Sponenberg, Ashlie and Miskimmin, Esme, (eds.) Encyclopedia of British Women's Writing, 1900-1950. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781403916921

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2006) Daphne du Maurier. In: Hammill, Faye , Sponenberg, Ashlie and Miskimmin, Esme, (eds.) Encyclopedia of British Women's Writing, 1900-1950. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781403916921

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2006) Female gothic. In: Powell, Anna and Smith, Andrew, (eds.) Teaching the gothic. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 107-120. ISBN 1403949301

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2005) Gothic and the comic turn. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. 205p. ISBN 0333771516

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2004) Dead funny: gothic, gender and the comic turn. Anglophonia: French journal of English studies, 15, pp. 185-198. ISSN (print) 1278-3331

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2004) Skin chairs and other domestic horrors: Barbara Comyns and the female gothic tradition. Gothic Studies, 6(1), pp. 90-102. ISSN (print) 1362-7937

Horner, Avril (2003) 'Small female skull': patriarchy and philosophy in the poetry of Carol Ann Duffy. In: Michelis, Angelica and Rowland, Antony, (eds.) The poetry of Carol Ann Duffy: 'Choosing tough words'. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. pp. 99-120. ISBN 0719063019

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2002) Agriculture, body sculpture, gothic culture: gothic parody in Gibbons, Atwood and Weldon. Gothic Studies, 4(2), pp. 167-177. ISSN (print) 1362-7937

Horner, Avril, ed. (2002) European Gothic: a spirited exchange 1760-1960. Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press. 260p. ISBN 0719060648

Horner, Avril (2002) Introduction. In: Horner, Avril, (ed.) European Gothic : a spirited exchange. Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press. pp. 1-16. ISBN 0719060648

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2002) 'Moving pictures': family portraits, gothic anxieties and Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca. In: Smith, Andrew , Mason, Diane and Hughes, William, (eds.) Fictions of unease: the gothic from Otranto to The X-files. Bath, U.K. : Sulis Press. pp. 170-182. ISBN 095268568X

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2002) Unreal cities and undead legacies: T.S.Eliot and gothic hauntings in Waugh's A handful of dust and Barnes's Nightwood. In: Beer, Janet and Bennet, Bridget, (eds.) Special relationships: Anglo-American affinities and antagonisms 1854-1936. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. pp. 224-241. ISBN 071905818X

Horner, Avril (2002) A detour of filthiness: French fiction and Djuna Barnes's Nightwood. In: Horner, Avril, (ed.) European Gothic. Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press. pp. 230-251. ISBN 0719060648

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2001) Dame Daphne Du Maurier. In: Clark , Robert, (ed.) The Literary Encyclopedia. Norwich, U.K. : The Literary Dictionary Company Limited. ISSN (online) 1747-678X

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2001) Strolling in the dark: gothic flanerie in Djuna Barnes's Nightwood. In: Smith, Andrew and Wallace, Jeff, (eds.) Gothic modernisms. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave. pp. 78-94. ISBN 0333918738

Horner, Avril and Keane, Angela, eds. (2000) Body matters: feminism, textuality, corporeality. Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press. 260p. ISBN 0719054680

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2000) Comic gothic. In: Punter, David, (ed.) A companion to the gothic. Oxford, U.K. : Blackwell. pp. 242-254. (Blackwell companions to literature and culture, no. 4) ISBN 0631206205

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2000) Daphne du Maurier and Gothic signatures: Rebecca as vamp(ire). In: Horner, Avril and Keane, Angela, (eds.) Body matters: feminism, textuality, corporeality. Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press. pp. 209-222. ISBN 0719054680

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2000) Daphne du Maurier: the French connection. In: Todd, Richard and Flora, Luisa, (eds.) Theme parks, rainforests and sprouting wastelands: European essays on theory and performance in contemporary British fiction. Amsterdam, The Netherlands : Rodopi. pp. 173-184. ISBN 9042005025

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2000) Dead funny: Eaton Stannard Barrett's The heroine as comic gothic. Cardiff Corvey: reading the romantic text, 5(2), ISSN (online) 1748-5988

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2000) 'Releasing spirit from matter': comic alchemy in Spark's The Ballad of Peckham Rye, Updike's The witches of Eastwick and Mantel's Fludd. Gothic studies, 2(1), pp. 136-147. ISSN (print) 1362-7937

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (1999) Deaths in Venice: Daphne du Maurier's 'Don't look now'. In: Glennis, Byron and Punter, David, (eds.) Spectral readings: towards a gothic geography. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 219-232. ISBN 9780333699096

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (1998) Daphne du Maurier: writing, identity and the gothic imagination. Basingstoke, UK : Macmillan Press. 235p. ISBN 0333643348

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (1998) 'Extremely valuable property': the marketing of Rebecca. In: Simons, Judy and Fullbrook, Kate, (eds.) Writing: a woman's business: women, writing and the marketplace. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. pp. 48-65. ISBN 0719052807

Horner, Avril (1998) Heroine. In: Mulvey-Roberts, Marie, (ed.) The handbook to gothic literature. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 115-119. ISBN 0333670698

Horner, Avril (1998) Transgression. In: Mulvey-Roberts, Marie, (ed.) The handbook to gothic literature. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 286-287. ISBN 0333670698

Horner, Avril (1998) Unheimlich (the uncanny). In: Mulvey-Roberts, Marie, (ed.) The handbook to gothic literature. Basingstoke, U.K. : Macmillan. pp. 287-288. ISBN 0333670698

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (1996) A "disembodied spirit": the letters and fiction of Daphne du Maurier. Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism, 19(2), pp. 186-199. ISSN (print) 0144-0357

Horner, Avril (1995) "The poet's true commitment": Geoffrey Hill, the computer, and original sin. In: Salyer, Gregory and Detweiler, Robert, (eds.) Literature and theology at century's end. Atlanta, U.S. : Scholars Press. pp. 159-176. ISBN 0788500708

Horner, Avril (1994) Cernunnos arisen: the Celtic element in Geoffrey Hill's Mercian hymns. In: Thomas, Neil, (ed.) Celtic and Germanic themes in European literature. Lewiston, U.S. : Edwin Mellen Press. pp. 47-59. ISBN 0773494200

Horner, Avril and Lindop, Grevel (1991) Geoffrey Hill, John Cowper Powys, and 'The laurel axe'. Notes and Queries, 38(3), pp. 347-348. ISSN (print) 0029-3970

Horner, Avril (1991) Virginia Woolf, history, and the metaphors of Orlando. In: Easson, Angus, (ed.) History and the novel. Cambridge, U.K. : D.S. Brewer. pp. 70-87. (Essays & Studies , no. 1991) ISBN 0859913228

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (1990) Landscapes of desire: metaphors in modern women's fiction. Hemel Hempstead, U.K. : Harvester Wheatsheaf. 231p. ISBN 0710812280

Horner, Avril (1990) 'Linnaean Pentecosts': Geoffrey Hill's 'An apology for the revival of Christian architecture in England'. Literature and Theology, 4(1), pp. 84-103. ISSN (print) 0269-1205

Horner, Avril (1989) Geoffrey Hill, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and 'Christmas trees'. Notes and Queries, 36(2), pp. 209-210. ISSN (print) 0029-3970

Horner, Avril (1987) Hill's 'Asmodeus'. The Explicator, 46(1), pp. 50-53. ISSN (print) 0014-4940

Horner, Avril (2014) Apocalypses now: collective trauma, globalisation and the new Gothic sublime. In: Nadal, Marita and Calvo, Monica, (eds.) Trauma in contemporary literature: narrative and representation. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 35-50. ISBN 9780415715874

Horner, Avril (2013) 'The Dark Knight': fear, the law and liquid modernity. In: Byron, Glennis, (ed.) Globalgothic. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. pp. 175-187. (International Gothic) ISBN 9780719087950

Horner, Avril (2013) Walpole, the Gothic, and surrealism. In: Gothic : culture, subculture, counterculture ; 08-09 Mar 2013, Twickenham, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue (2012) Comic Gothic. In: Punter, David, (ed.) A new companion to the Gothic. Chichester, U.K. : Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 321-324. ISBN 9781405198066

Horner, Avril and Beer, Janet (2012) Edith Wharton : sex, satire and the older woman. In: Oxford Literary Festival; 24 Mar - 01 Apr 2012, Oxford, U.K. . (Unpublished)

Horner, Avril (2012) Victorian Gothic and national identity: cross-Channel "mysteries". In: Smith, Andrew and Hughes, William, (eds.) The Victorian Gothic: an Edinburgh companion. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 108-123. ISBN 9780748642496

Horner, Avril (2012) The 'wondrous necessary man': Canetti, 'The unicorn' and 'The changeling'. In: Rowe, Anne and Horner, Avril, (eds.) Iris Murdoch: texts and contexts. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 163-176. ISBN 9780230348288

Horner, Avril (2011) Apocalypses now : collective trauma and global gothic. In: Beyond Trauma: Narratives of (impossibility); 31 Mar - 02 Apr 2011, Zaragoza, Spain. (Unpublished)

Horner, Avril [Speaker] and Zlosnik, Sue [Speaker] (2009) The Gothic heroine revived. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Horner, Avril (2009) The gothic heroine : the reins of power and the conflicted self. In: Women, conflict and power; 15-17 Oct 2009, Toulouse, France. (Unpublished)

Horner, Avril (2007) Daphne du Maurier and the double dialogue with D. In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Horrod, Sarah and Robbins, Sue (2003) Collins COBUILD Business vocabulary in practice. Edition 2. London, UK : HarperCollins. 248p. ISBN 0007143036

Horscroft, Jessica (1999) Blindness in contemporary fiction: a critical study and two stories. (MPhil thesis), Kingston University.

Hubble, Nick (2006) Mass-Observation and everyday life: culture, history, theory. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. 250p. ISBN 1403935556

Hubble, Nick (2005) Five English disaster novels, 1951-1972. Foundation: the international review of science fiction, 34(95), pp. 89-103. ISSN (print) 0306-4964

Hubble, Nick (2002) Imagined and imaginary whales: George Orwell, Benedict Anderson and Salman Rushdie. World Literature Written in English, 40(1), pp. 29-41. ISSN (print) 0093-1705

Hubble, Nick (2001) Charles Madge and Mass-Observation are at home: from anthropology to war, and after. New Formations, 44, pp. 76-89. ISSN (print) 0950-2378

Hubble, Nick , Jolly, Margaretta and Marcus, Laura, eds. (2001) Mass-Observation as poetics and science. London, UK : Lawrence & Wishart. 182p. (New Formations) ISSN (print) 0950-2378 ISBN 0853159440

Hubble, Nick (2005) Suburbans wake: Orwell's 'Coming up for air'. In: Literary London 2005 : Representations of London in literature; 14-16 July 2005, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Hughes, Kathryn (2005) The short life and long times of Mrs Beeton. London, UK : Fourth Estate. 400p. ISBN 1841153737

Hurley, Karen (2011) EAP and the skills agenda in a climate of change and innovation. In: EAP within the Higher Education Garden: Cross Pollination between Disciplines, Departments, Research and Teaching; 10 - 12 Apr 2011, Portsmouth, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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Jensen, Liz (2006) My dirty little book of stolen time. London, UK : Bloomsbury Publishing. 320p. ISBN 0747584184

Jensen, Liz (2004) The ninth life of Louis Drax. London, UK : Bloomsbury. 320p. ISBN 0747571066

Jensen, Liz (2002) War crimes for the home. London, UK : Bloomsbury. 240p. ISBN 0747559694

Jensen, Margaret M. (2002) The open book: creative misreadings in the works of selected modern authors. New York; Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan. 236p. ISBN 0312293534

Jensen, Meg [Speaker] (2010) Writers' diaries and their fiction. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 01 May 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jensen, Meg (2009) Book Review of: The unbearable Saki: the work of H. H. Munro by Sandie Byrne. Modern Language Review, 104(1), pp. 192-193. ISSN (print) 0026-7937

Jensen, Meg (2009) Introduction: do you speak life narrative? In: Jensen, Meg and Jordan, Jane, (eds.) Life writing: the spirit of the age and the state of the art. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. xxvii-xxxiii. ISBN 9781443805261

Jensen, Meg and Jordan, Jane (2009) State of the art: the spirit of the age collection. In: Jensen, Meg and Jordan, Jane, (eds.) Life writing: the spirit of the age and the state of the art. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. xxxiv-xxxvii. ISBN 9781443805261

Jensen, Meg (2008) Book Review of: Original copy: plagiarism and originality in nineteenth-century literature by Robert MacFarlane. Modern Language Review, 103(3), pp. 839-840. ISSN (print) 0026-7937

Jensen, Meg (2007) Tradition and revelation: moments of being in Virginia Woolf's major novels. In: Shiach, Morag, (ed.) The Cambridge companion to the modernist novel. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. pp. 112-125. (Cambridge companions to literature) ISBN 0521670748

Jensen, Meg (2007) The anxiety of daughterhood: re-examining Bloom's theory of influence in the work of Louisa May Alcott and Virginia Woolf. Literature Compass, 4(4), pp. 1208-1226. ISSN (online) 1741-4113

Jensen, Meg (2004) Roper, Esther Gertrude (1868-1938). In: Goldman, Lawrence, (ed.) Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198614111

Jensen, Meg (2004) Stephen, Caroline Emelia [Milly] (1834-1909). In: Goldman, Lawrence, (ed.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198614111

Jensen, Margaret (2007) Book Review of: Quixotic fictions of the USA 1792-1815 by Sarah F. Wood. Modern Language Review, The, 102(3), p. 842. ISSN (print) 0026-7937

Jensen, Meg (2014) Post-traumatic memory projects: autobiographical fiction and counter-monuments. Textual Practice, ISSN (print) 0950-236X (Epub Ahead of Print)

Jensen, Meg (2012) Something beautiful for Mary. New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 9(3), pp. 337-341. ISSN (print) 1479-0726

Jensen, Meg (2012) The writer’s diary as borderland: the public and private selves of Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield, and Louisa May Alcott. Life Writing, 9(3), pp. 315-325. ISSN (print) 1448-4528

Jensen, Meg (2011) Getting to know me in theory and practice: negotiated truth and mourning in autobiographically-based fiction (J.G. Ballard, Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield, Jack Kerouac, Louisa May Alcott and me). Literature Compass, 8(12), pp. 941-950. ISSN (online) 1741-4113

Jensen, Meg and Jolly, Margaretta (2011) Introduction: life writing and critical practice. Literature Compass, 8(12), pp. 875-877. ISSN (online) 1741-4113

Jensen, Meg [Speaker] (2009) Behind a mask: the unknown thrillers of Louisa May Alcott. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jensen, Meg and Jordan, Jane, eds. (2009) Life writing: the spirit of the age and the state of the art. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 238p. ISBN 9781443805261

Jensen, Meg (2009) Separated by a common language: the (differing) discourses of life writing in theory and practice. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 24(2), pp. 299-314. ISSN (print) 0898-9575

Jones, Evan and Swift, Todd (2010) Introduction. In: Jones, Evan and Swift, Todd, (eds.) Modern Canadian poets. Manchester, U.K. : Carcanet. pp. xiii-xix. ISBN 9781857549386

Jones, Evan and Swift, Todd, eds. (2010) Modern Canadian poets. Manchester, U.K. : Carcanet. 240p. ISBN 9781857549386

Jordan, Jane [Speaker] (2010) Dickens's secret history. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 01 May 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jordan, Jane (2009) Book Review of: Ouida the phenomenon: evolving social, political, and gender concerns in her fiction by Natalie Schroeder and Shari Hodges Holt. Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, 28(2), pp. 384-386. ISSN (print) 0732-7730

Jordan, Jane (2009) 'Everything is true as solemnly as I can declare it': the case of Ouida and her biographers. In: Jensen, Meg and Jordan, Jane, (eds.) Life writing: the spirit of the age and the state of the art. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 183-194. ISBN 9781443805261

Jordan, Jane (2007) Josephine Butler. London, UK : Hambledon Continuum. 368p. ISBN 1847250459

Jordan, Jane (2007) Ouida: the making of a Victorian popular novelist. In: Print culture and the novel: 1850-1900; 20 Jan 2007, Oxford, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jordan, Jane (2006) The English Delilah: Katherine O'Shea and Irish politics, 1882-1891. In: Swift, Roger and Kinealy, Christine, (eds.) Politics and Power in Victorian Ireland. Dublin, Ireland : Four Courts Press. pp. 69-83. ISBN 1851829962

Jordan, Jane (2006) Reclaiming "women writers": Marie Corelli's defence of Ouida. In: Suitable for the boudoir and the circulating library: Marie Corelli and popular women novelists 1880-1910; 30 Mar - 01 Apr 2006, Stratford upon Avon, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jordan, Jane (2006) Trophies of the saviour: Josephine Butler's biographical sketches of prostitutes. In: Daggers, Jenny and Neal , Diana, (eds.) Sex, gender and religion: Josephine Butler revisited. Oxford, UK : Peter Lang. pp. 21-36. (American University Studies, no. Series 7: Theology and Religion) ISBN 0820481173

Jordan, Jane (2005) Kitty O'Shea: an Irish affair. Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK : Sutton Publishing. 278p. ISBN 0750933429

Jordan, Jane and Sharp, Ingrid, eds. (2003) Josephine Butler and the prostitution campaigns: diseases of the body politic. London : Routledge. 2192p. (History of Feminism) ISBN 0415226848

Jordan, Jane (2003) Volume II. The ladies' appeal and protest. London, UK : Routledge. 371p. (Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: Diseases of the Body Politic) ISBN 0415226864

Jordan, Jane (2003) Volume III. The constitution violated: the Parliamentary campaign. London, UK : Routledge. 362p. (Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: Diseases of the Body Politic) ISBN 0415226872

Jordan, Jane (2003) Volume IV. Child prostitution and the age of consent. London, UK : Routledge. 472p. (Josephine Butler and the Prostitution Campaigns: Diseases of the Body Politic) ISBN 0415226880

Jordan, Jane (2001) Josephine Butler. London, UK : John Murray. 368p. ISBN 0719555841

Jordan, Jane (2013) The Eliza Armstrong abduction case and the late-nineteenth-century social housing crisis. In: Literary London 2013 : London in crisis and disorder; 17-19 July 2013, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jordan, Jane (2011) Ouida. In: Gilbert, Pamela K., (ed.) A companion to sensation fiction. Chichester, U.K. : Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd. pp. 220-231. (Blackwell companions to literature and culture, no. 75) ISBN 9781405195584

Jordan, Jane (2011) Ouida: how conceptions of the popular reader contributed to the making of a popular novelist. In: Palmer, Beth and Buckland, Adelene, (eds.) A return to the common reader: print culture and the novel, 1850–1900. Farnham, U.K. : Ashgate. pp. 37-54. ISBN 9781409400271

Jordan, Jane (2011) The law and sensation. In: Gilbert, Pamela K., (ed.) A companion to sensation fiction. Chichester, U.K. : Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd. pp. 507-515. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, no. 75) ISBN 9781405195584

Jordan, Jane [Speaker] (2009) 'Dead! and never called me mother!'. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jordan, Jane (2009) The peasant and the picturesque in Ouida’s Italy. In: Vescovi, Alessandro , Villa, Luisa and Vita, Paul, (eds.) The Victorians and Italy: literature, travel, politics and art. Monza, Italy : Polimetrica Publisher. pp. 61-79. ISSN (print) 2037-2515 ISBN 9788876991639

Jordan, Jane (2007) Sex and the woman writer: Ouida and her biographers. In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Jordan, Jane (2005) Sex in the suburbs: the Parnell divorce scandal of 1890. In: Literary London 2005 : Representations of London in literature; 14-16 July 2005, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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Keeble, Trevor (2006) Photographing home. In: Aynsley, Jeremy and Grant, Charlotte, (eds.) Imagined interiors: representing the domestic interior since the renaissance. London, U.K. : V & A Publications. pp. 218-219. ISBN 9781851774920

Keyes, Jarrad Morris (2011) The logics of dissolution: delineating the urban problematic in contemporary British literature. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

Kiernan, Anna (2007) Not the only fruit: the significance of the rise of the book prize as cultural capital and sales tool for women authors, new reading communities and the literary establishment. In: Beyond the book: contemporary cultures of reading conference; 31 Aug - 02 Sep 2007, Birmingham, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Kiernan, Anna (2006) No satisfaction: Sex and the city, Run catch kiss and the conflict of desires in chick lit's new heroines. In: Ferriss, Suzanne and Young, Mallory, (eds.) Chick lit: the new woman's fiction. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 207-218. ISBN 9780415975032

Kiernan, Anna (2006) "This memoir is a subjective truth": marketing the real and the desire for literary 'authenticity'. In: Fourth international conference on the book; 20-22 Oct 2006, Boston, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Kiernan, Anna (2005) Power, pleasure and performativity in chick-lit's new literary heroines. In: The erotic: exploring critical issues, 2nd global conference; 09-11 May 2005, Budapest, Hungary. (Unpublished)

Kiernan, Anna (2005) The growth of reading groups as a feminine leisure pursuit: cultural democracy or dumbing down? In: Third international conference on the book; 11-13 Sep 2005, Oxford, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Knapper, Stephen (2007) Scaramouche: the mask and the millenium. In: Robb, David, (ed.) Clowns, fools and picaros: popular forms in theatre, fiction and film. Amsterdam, Netherlands : Rodopi. pp. 127-145. (At the interface/Probing the boundaries, no. 43) ISBN 9789042023406

Knapper, Stephen (2007) Scaramouche and the seventeenth century: "more art and less matter"? In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Kureishi, Hanif (2007) Venus. Faber and Faber. 128p. ISBN 0571235891

Kureishi, Hanif (2004) My ear at his heart: reading my father. London, UK : Faber and Faber. 198p. ISBN 0571224032

Kureishi, Hanif (2004) When the night begins. London : Faber and Faber. 48p. ISBN 0571224482

Kureishi, Hanif (2003) The mother. London : Faber and Faber. 128p. ISBN 0571221920

Kureishi, Hanif (2002) Dreaming and scheming: reflections on writing and politics. London : Faber and Faber. 270p. ISBN 9780571214341

Kureishi, Hanif (2002) The body and other stories. London, UK : Faber and Faber. 272p. ISBN 0571209726

Kureishi, Hanif (2001) Gabriel's gift. London, UK : Faber and Faber. 178p. ISBN 0571207928

Kureishi, Hanif (2008) Something to tell you. London, U.K. : Faber and Faber. 345p. ISBN 9780571209774

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Lambrou, Marina and Stockwell, Peter, eds. (2007) Contemporary stylistics. London, U.K. : Continuum. 287p. ISBN 9780826493859

Lambrou, Marina and Stockwell, Peter (2007) Introduction: the state of contemporary stylistics. In: Lambrou, Marina and Stockwell, Peter, (eds.) Contemporary stylistics. London, U.K. : Continuum. pp. 1-4. ISBN 9780826493859

Lambrou, Marina (2007) Oral accounts of personal experiences: when is a narrative a recount? In: Lambrou, Marina and Stockwell, Peter, (eds.) Contemporary stylistics. London, U.K. : Continuum. pp. 195-208. ISBN 9780826493859

Lambrou, Marina (2007) Telling stories: males and females doing gender in personal narratives about trouble. In: Jeffries, Lesley , McIntyre, Dan and Bousfield, Derek, (eds.) Stylistics and social cognition: PALA 25. Amsterdam : Rodopi. pp. 125-139. (PALA, no. 4) ISBN 9789042023123

Lambrou, Marina (2003) Collaborative oral narratives of general experience: when an interview becomes a conversation. Language and Literature, 12(2), pp. 153-174. ISSN (print) 0963-9470

Lambrou, M. (2014) Narrative, text and time: telling the same story twice in the oral narrative reporting of 7/7. Language and Literature, 23(1), pp. 32-48. ISSN (print) 0963-9470

Lambrou, Marina [Reviewer] (2014) Book review of: 'Corpus stylistics and Dickens's fiction' by Michaela Malhberg. English Language & Linguistics, 18(1), pp. 202-207. ISSN (print) 1360-6743

Lambrou, Marina (2014) Stylistics, conversation analysis and the cooperative principle. In: Burke, Michael, (ed.) The Routledge handbook of stylistics. London, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 136-154. (Routledge Handbooks in English Language Studies) ISBN 9780415527903

Lambrou, Marina (2011) Teaching non-literary stylistics. In: Jeffries, Lesley and McIntyre, Dan, (eds.) Teaching Stylistics. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. (Teaching the New English) ISBN 9780230235878

Lipsedge, Karen (2012) At home: the representation of the domestic interior in the novels of Samuel Richardson and Fanny Burney. In: Saggini, Francesca and Soccio, Anna Enrichetta, (eds.) The house of fiction as the house of life: representations of the house from Richardson to Woolf. Newcastle, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 9781443839761

Lipsedge, Karen (2009) "I was also absent at my dairy-house": the representation and symbolic function of the dairy house in Samuel Richardson's Clarissa. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 22(1), pp. 29-48. ISSN (print) 0840-6286

Lipsedge, Karen (2007) "Enter into thy closet": women, closet culture and the eighteenth century novel. In: Styles, John and Vickery, Amanda, (eds.) Gender, taste and material culture in Britain and North America, 1700-1830. New Haven CT, USA : Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300116595

Lipsedge, Karen (2006) A place of refuge, seduction or danger?: the representation of the Ivy Summer-House in Samuel Richardson's Clarissa. Journal of Design History, 19(3), pp. 185-196. ISSN (print) 0952-4649

Lipsedge, Karen (2005) Representations of the domestic parlour in Samuel Richardson's Clarissa. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 17(3), pp. 391-423. ISSN (print) 0840-6286

Lipsedge, Karen (2012) Domestic space in eighteenth-century British novels. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 215p. ISBN 9780230355279

Longfellow, Erica (2011) 'Take unto ye words': Elizabeth Isham's 'Booke of rememberance' and Puritan cultural forms. In: Harris, Johanna and Scott-Baumann, Elizabeth, (eds.) The intellectual culture of Puritan women, 1558-1680. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 122-134. (Early modern literature in history) ISBN 9780230228641

Longfellow, Erica (2010) Book Review of: From perfection to The Elixir: How George Herbert fashioned a famous poem by Ben de la Mare. Seventeenth Century, 25(1), pp. 178-179. ISSN (print) 0268-117X

Longfellow, Erica (2006) Early modern women's writing in 2005. Literature Compass, 3(4), pp. 792-803. ISSN (online) 1741-4113

Longfellow, Erica (2006) Public, private and the household in early seventeenth-century England. Journal of British Studies, 45(2), pp. 313-334. ISSN (print) 0021-9371

Longfellow, Erica (2004) Lady Anne Southwell's Indictment of Adam. In: Burke, Victoria E. and Gibson, Jonathan, (eds.) Early modern women's manuscript writing: selected papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium. Aldershot, UK : Ashgate. pp. 111-134. ISBN 0754604691

Longfellow, Erica (2004) Women and religious writing in early modern England. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. 252p. ISBN 0521837588

Longfellow, Erica (2002) Eliza's babes: poetry "proceeding from divinity" in seventeenth-century England. Gender and History, 14(2), pp. 242-265. ISSN (print) 0953-5233

Longfellow, Erica [Speaker] (2009) Shakespeare imagining history. In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Longfellow, Erica (2008) Trauma, melancholy and the origins of autobiography. In: Writing and Trauma: a Literary Symposium; 28 May 2008, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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Mackenzie, Disa (2007) The rediscovery of the lost female voice. In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Manning, Susan , Brown, Ian , Clancy, Thomas Owen and Pittock, Murray, eds. (2007) The Edinburgh history of Scottish literature. Vol. 2 Enlightenment, Britain and Empire (1707-1918). Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. 390p. ISBN 9780748624812

Martin, Priscilla and Rowe, Anne (2010) Iris Murdoch: a literary life. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 202p. (Literary Lives) ISBN 9781403948502

Masikunas, George and Baverstock, Alison Mary (2011) How well do UK publishers of marketing textbooks investigate and understand the market to which they are selling? International Journal of the Book, 8(4), pp. 93-102. ISSN (print) 1447-9516

Matthews, Rosemary (2007) A life in the balance. In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

May, Anthony (2013) The construction of national identity in Northern Ireland and Scotland: culture and politics after Thatcher. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

McNeil, Tony (2010) Much ado about Twitter: using Twitter for a final-year Shakespeare course. In: International Technology, Education and Development Conference; 08 - 10 Mar 2010, Valencia, Spain. (Unpublished)

McNeil, Tony (2010) Twitter is dead: refelections on student resistance to microblogging. In: 5th Plymouth e-learning conference: learning without limits; 08 - 09 Apr 2010, Plymouth, U.K.. (Unpublished)

McQuillan, Martin (2011) Muriel Spark in Palestine. In: Gardiner, Michael , MacDonald, Graeme and O'Gallagher, Niall, (eds.) Scottish Literature and Postcolonial Literature: Comparative Texts and Critical Perspectives. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748637744

McQuillan, Martin (2009) Aesthetic allegory: reading Hegel after Bernal. In: McQuillan, Martin and Willis, Ika, (eds.) The origins of deconstruction. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230581906

McQuillan, Martin (2009) Foreword: Taught by love. In: McQuillan, Martin and Willis, Ika, (eds.) The origins of deconstruction. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230581906

McQuillan, Martin and Willis, Ika, eds. (2009) The origins of deconstruction. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 296p. ISBN 9780230581906

McQuillan, Martin (2007) Is deconstruction really a Jewish science? Bloom, Freud and Derrida. In: Sellars, Roy and Allen, Graham, (eds.) The Salt companion to Harold Bloom. Cambridge, U.K. : Salt Publishing. pp. 235-254. ISBN 9781876857202

McQuillan, Martin (2006) 'What we are rather blithely calling here the United States ...'. Oxford Literary Review, 28, pp. 91-101. ISSN (print) 0305-1498

McQuillan, Martin (2005) "The last Jewish intellectual" Edward W. Said 1935-2003. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 13(1), pp. 1-26. ISSN (print) 1077-4254

McQuillan, Martin (2004) Deconstruction. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 12(1), pp. 255-278. ISSN (print) 1077-4254

McQuillan, Martin (2004) Film. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 12(1), pp. 98-104. ISSN (print) 1077-4254

McQuillan, Martin (2004) Introduction. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 12(1), pp. 1-15. ISSN (print) 1077-4254

McQuillan, Martin (2003) Deconstruction. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 11(1), pp. 290-309. ISSN (print) 1077-4254

McQuillan, Martin (2003) Introduction. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 11(1), pp. 1-5. ISSN (print) 1077-4254

McQuillan, Martin (2003) Tele-techno-theology. In: Wolfreys, Julian, (ed.) Glossalalia: an alphabet of critical keywords. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 279-296. ISBN 9780748614349

McQuillan, Martin (2002) Editorial - Reading Cixous writing. Oxford Literary Review, 24, p. 3. ISSN (print) 0305-1498

McQuillan, Martin (2002) In bed with Muriel Spark: mourning, metonymy and autobiography. In: McQuillan, Martin, (ed.) Theorizing Muriel Spark: gender, race, deconstruction. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave. pp. 78-91. ISBN 0333794141

McQuillan, Martin (2002) Introduction: 'I don't know anything about Freud' : Muriel Spark meets contemporary criticism. In: McQuillan, Martin, (ed.) Theorizing Muriel Spark: gender, race, deconstruction. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave. pp. 1-33. ISBN 0333794141

McQuillan, Martin, ed. (2002) Theorizing Muriel Spark: gender, race, deconstruction. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave. 245p. ISBN 0333794141

McQuillan, Martin [Interviewer] and Cixous, Helene [Interviewee] (2002) 'You race towards that secret, which escapes': an interview with Helene Cixous. Oxford Literary Review, 24, pp. 185-201. ISSN (print) 0305-1498

McQuillan, Martin (2002) The girl who steps along, or, 10 steps on the ladder to reading Cixous. Oxford Literary Review, 24, pp. 43-69. ISSN (print) 0305-1498

McQuillan, Martin, ed. (2000) The narrative reader. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. 353p. ISBN 0415205328

McQuillan, Martin (1999) There is no such thing as reader-response theory. In: Wolfreys, Julian, (ed.) Literary theories: a reader and guide. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 139-148. ISBN 0748612149

McQuillan, Martin (2012) 'No country for old men': Paul de Man and the Post-Romantic predicament. In: McQuillan, Martin, (ed.) The Post-Romantic predicament. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 1-29. (The Frontiers of theory) ISBN 9780748641055

Mencia, Maria [Creator] (2006) Birds singing other birds' songs. Electronic Literature Collection, 1, ISSN (online) 1932-2011

Mencia, Maria [Speaker] (2012) ReadWrite digital textualities: searching for new languages. In: MIX: A Conference Exploring Transmedia Writing & Digital Creativity; 16 - 18 Jul 2012 , Bath, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Mencia, Maria [Artist] (2012) Transient self-portrait. In: Electrifying literature: affordances and constraints; 20-23 Jun 2012 , Morgantown, West Virginia, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Mencia, Maria [Artist] and Raskob, Evan [Programmer] (2011) The Alphabetic. OLE Officiana di Lettertura Elettronica. .

Mencia, Maria (2011) Connected memories: contextualising creative research practice. Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 4(1), pp. 37-51. ISSN (print) 1753-5190

Mencia, Maria (2011) From the page to the screen to augmented reality: new modes of language-driven technology-mediated research. Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 4(1), pp. 3-7. ISSN (print) 1753-5190

Mencia, Maria (2011) New Media Art/Poetry: A textu(r)al surface. In: E-Literature and New Media Art; 22-23 Sep 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (Unpublished)

Mencia, Maria (2011) New Media ArtPoetry: A reflection on practice. In: Masucci , Lello and di Rosario , Giovanna , (eds.) OLE Officina di Lettertura Elettronica. Naples, Italy : Atelier Multimediale Edizioni. pp. 332-347. ISBN 9788890564000

Mencia, Maria [Speaker] (2011) Open meaning in digital writing. In: Open Media Research Seminar series; 8 Feb 2011, Coventry, U.K..

Mencia, Maria [Artist] (2011) The surface materiality: performing generative writing. In: e-poetry 2011: International Digital Language, Media, Arts Festival; 18 - 21 May 2011, Buffalo, U.S..

Mencia, Maria [Artist] and Szekely, Alexander [Programmer] (2010) Generative poems. .

Mepham, John (2000) Dorothy Richardson's 'unreadability': graphic style and narrative strategy in a modernist novel. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 43(4), pp. 449-464. ISSN (print) 0013-8339

Mepham, John (1998) Psychoanalysis, modernism and the defamiliarisation of talk. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, 4(1-2), pp. 105-120. ISSN (print) 1218-7364

Mepham, John (1996) The intellectual as heroine: reading and gender. In: Cunningham, Gail and Sceats, Sarah, (eds.) Image and Power: Women in Fiction in the Twentieth Century. Harlow, UK : Longman. pp. 17-28. ISBN 0582255368

Mepham, John K. (2000) Conversation and friendship in Doris Lessing's novels. In: Todd, Richard and Flora, Luisa, (eds.) Theme parks, rainforests and sprouting wastelands: European essays on theory and performance in contemporary British fiction. Amsterdam, Netherlands : Rodopi. pp. 125-138. ISBN 9789042005020

Miller, James (2010) Sunshine State. London, U.K. : Little Brown. 344p. ISBN 9781408701843

Miller, James (2009) Integration, transformation and the redemption of America: 'The Fire Next Time' and ‘A Letter from Birmingham Jail’. European Journal of American Culture, 28(3), pp. 245-262. ISSN (print) 1466-0407

Miller, James (2009) Lost boys. London, U.K. : Little Brown. 275p. ISBN 9780349120980

Miller, James (2008) What does it mean to be an American? The dialectics of self-discovery in Baldwin's “Paris essays” (1950–1961). Journal of American Studies, 42(01), pp. 51-66. ISSN (print) 0021-8758

Minors, Helen Julia (2014) How can music deliver the story of A Midsummer Night’s Dream? In: Kingston Connections 2014; 21 - 29 Jun 2014, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2009) Anonymity writing pedagogy: Beckett, Descartes, Derrida. Symploke, 16(1-2), pp. 93-105. ISSN (print) 1069-0697

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2008) Derrida: writing events. London, U.K. : Continuum. 145p. (Continuum studies in philosophy) ISBN 9781847062475

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2007) Counter introduction. Textual Practice, 21(2), pp. 213-229. ISSN (print) 0950-236X

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2007) Editorial. Textual Practice, 21(2), pp. 203-211. ISSN (print) 0950-236X

Morgan Wortham, Simon and Hall, Gary, eds. (2007) Experimenting: essays with Samuel Weber. New York : Fordham University Press. 274p. ISBN 9780823228157

Morgan Wortham, Simon and Hall, Gary (2007) Introduction: experimenting. In: Morgan Wortham, Simon and Hall, Gary, (eds.) Experimenting: essays with Samuel Weber. New York : Fordham University Press. pp. 1-12. ISBN 9780823228157

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2007) Law of friendship: Agamben and Derrida. New Formations, 62, pp. 89-105. ISSN (print) 0950-2378

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2007) Of debts, dreams and jokes: or, Weberian theatricality. In: Morgan Wortham, Simon and Hall, Gary, (eds.) Experimenting: essays with Samuel Weber. New York : Fordham University Press. pp. 44-84. ISBN 9780823228157

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2006) Deconstruction (1966). In: Clark, Robert, (ed.) The literary encyclopedia. Norwich, U.K. : The Literary Dictionary Company Limited. ISSN (online) 1747-678X

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2006) Unheard of. Textual Practice, 20(1), pp. 121-140. ISSN (print) 0950-236X

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2006) 'The fidelity of a guardian': the 'double keeping' of Jacques Derrida. Parallax, 12(3), pp. 85-98. ISSN (print) 1353-4645

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2004) Anthologizing Derrida. In: Di Leo, Jeffrey R., (ed.) On anthologies: politics and pedagogy. Lincoln, U.S. : University of Nebraska Press. pp. 326-341. ISBN 0803266448

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2004) Obsessional writing. Textual Practice, 18(1), pp. 47-63. ISSN (print) 0950-236X

Morgan Wortham, Simon and Fynsk, Christopher (2004) The claim of the humanities: a dialogue between Simon Morgan Wortham and Christopher Fynsk. Culture Machine, ISSN (print) 1743-6176

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2003) Samuel Weber: acts of reading. Aldershot : Ashgate Publishing Ltd. 147p. ISBN 0754631222

Morgan Wortham, Simon and Hall, Gary (2002) Responding: a discussion with Samuel Weber. South Atlantic Quarterly, 101(3), pp. 695-724. ISSN (print) 0038-2876

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2013) Afterword: Impossible Divisions. SAQ: South Atlantic Quarterly, 112(1), pp. 163-170. ISSN (print) 0038-2876

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2013) Survival of cruelty. The Southern Journal of Philosophy, 51(S1), pp. 126-141. ISSN (print) 0038-4283

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2013) Time of debt: on the Nietzschean origins of Lazzarato's indebted man. Radical philosophy(180), pp. 35-43. ISSN (print) 0300-211X

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2011) 'By force of love ... something should happen to God, and someone happen to him': the other's other(s) in Derrida. Textual Practice, 25(6), pp. 1051-1073. ISSN (print) 0950-236X

Morgan Wortham, Simon (2011) Resistances - after Derrida after Freud. Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature, 44(4), pp. 51-61. ISSN (print) 0027-1276

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Rowe, Anne and Upstone, Sara (2012) Iris Murdoch, Ian McEwan and the place of the political in contemporary fiction. In: Rowe, Anne and Horner, Avril, (eds.) Iris Murdoch: texts and contexts. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 59-73. ISBN 9780230348288

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Smith, Johanna M. (1997) Jack the Ripper, Sherlock Holmes, and the new woman. In: Pinkney, Tony , Hanley, Keith and Botting, Fred, (eds.) Romantic masculinities. Staffordshire, U.K. : Keele University Press. pp. 121-136. (News from nowhere: theory and politics of Romanticism, no. 2) ISBN 9781853311765

Smith, Johanna M. (1996) Mary Shelley. New York, USA : Twayne Publishers. 197p. (Twayne's English authors series) ISBN 9780805770452

Smith, Johanna (2001) Slavery in eighteenth-century books for children. In: Discourses of slavery and abolition: writing in Britain and its Colonies, 1660-1838; 06 - 07 Apr 2001, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Sparks, Colin and Yilmaz, Aybige (2005) United Kingdom: The triumph of quality? In: van der Wurff, Richard and Lauf, Edmund , (eds.) Print and online newspapers in Europe: a comparative analysis in 16 countries. Amsterdam, The Netherlands : Het Spinhuis. pp. 259-274. ISBN 9789055892389

Spilioti, T (2009) Graphemic representation of text-messaging: alphabet-choice and code-switches in Greek SMS. Pragmatics, 19(3), pp. 393-412. ISSN (print) 1018-2101

Stroud, Charlotte (2013) Body matters: female subjectivity and the material body in the neo-Victorian novels 'Nights at the circus', 'Tipping the velvet' and 'Fingersmith'. (MA(R) thesis), Kingston University.

Swift, Todd (2012) Introduction. In: Swift, Todd and Lockwood, Kim, (eds.) Lung jazz: young British poets for Oxfam. Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog, U.K. : Cinnamon Press. pp. 6-8. ISBN 9781907090622

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Swift, Todd (2012) The workshop as stage. In: Perry, Paul, (ed.) Beyond the workshop. Kingston upon Thames, U.K. : Kingston University Press. pp. 167-171. ISBN 9781899999521

Swift, Todd (2008) Seaway: new and selected poems. Cliffs of Moher, Ireland : Salmon Poetry. 124p. ISBN 9781903392928

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Teverson, Andrew (2008) Migrant fictions: Salman Rushdie and the fairy tale. In: Benson, Stephen , (ed.) Contemporary Fiction and the Fairy Tale. Detroit, U.S. : Wayne State University Press. pp. 47-73. (Series in fairy-tale studies) ISBN 9780814332542

Teverson, Andrew (2007) Salman Rushdie. Manchester, UK : Manchester University Press. 259p. (Contemporary World Writers) ISBN 9780719070518

Teverson, Andrew (2006) 1989, Berlin and Bradford: out in the cold, into the fire. In: McHale, Brian and Stevenson, Randall , (eds.) The Edinburgh companion to Twentieth-century literatures in English. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 229-239. ISBN 9780748620111

Teverson, Andrew [Reviewer] (2005) Book review of: When borne across: literary cosmopolitics in the contemporary Indian novel by Bishnupriya Ghosh. MFS: Modern Fiction Studies, 51(3), pp. 703-706. ISSN (print) 0026-7724

Teverson, Andrew (2005) Rushdie's last lost homeland: Kashmir in Shalimar the clown. The Literary Magazine, 1(1),

Teverson, Andrew (2004) Salman Rushdie and Aijaz Ahmad: satire, ideology and shame. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 39(2), pp. 45-60. ISSN (print) 0021-9894

Teverson, Andrew (2004) Vikram Chandra. In: Piciucco, Pier Paolo, (ed.) A companion to Indian fiction in English. Atlantic. pp. 312-324. ISBN 9788126903108

Teverson, Andrew [Reviewer] (2003) Salman Rushdie's metaphorical other worlds [Book review of: Salman Rushdie's postcolonial metaphors by Jaina C. Sanga and, Stranger Gods by Roger Y. Clark]. MFS: Modern Fiction Studies, 49(2), pp. 332-340. ISSN (print) 0026-7724

Teverson, Andrew (2003) The number of magic alternatives: Salman Rushdie's 1001 gothic nights. In: Smith, Andrew and Hughes, William, (eds.) Empire and the gothic: the politics of genre. Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 208-228. ISBN 0333984056

Teverson, Andrew (2003) 'The uncanny structure of cultural difference' in the sculpture of Anish Kapoor. Gothic Studies, 5(2), pp. 81-96. ISSN (print) 1362-7937

Teverson, Andrew S. (2001) Fairy tale politics: free speech and multiculturalism in Haroun and the Sea of Stories. Twentieth-Century Literature, 47(4), pp. 444-466. ISSN (online) 0041-462X

Teverson, Andrew (2013) Fairy tale. Oxford, U.K. : Routledge. 182p. (The New Critical Idiom) ISBN 9780415616065

Teverson, Andrew (2012) Merely connect: Salman Rushdie and Tom Phillips. In: Mendes, Ana Cristina, (ed.) Salman Rushdie and visual culture: celebrating impurity, disrupting borders. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 12-31. (Routledge Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature, no. 21) ISBN 9780415885454

Teverson, Andrew and Upstone, Sara (2011) Introduction. In: Teverson, Andrew and Upstone, Sara, (eds.) Postcolonial spaces: the politics of place in contemporary culture. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmilan. pp. 1-13. ISBN 9780230252257

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Teverson, Andrew (2010) “Giants Have Trampled the Earth”: Colonialism and the English tale in Samuel Selvon’s 'Turn Again Tiger'. Marvels & Tales, 24(2), pp. 198-218. ISSN (print) 1521-4281

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Thompson, Nicola Diane (1999) Responding to the woman questions: rereading noncanonical Victorian women novelists. In: Thompson, Nicola Diane, (ed.) Victorian women writers and the woman question. Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press. pp. 1-23. (Cambridge studies in nineteenth-century literature and culture, no. 21) ISBN 0521641020

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Thurling, Alice (2010) Buffoons and divas: the comedy of self image in A word Child, Henry and Cato and The sea, the sea. In: Iris Murdoch: on the margins; 10 - 11 Sep 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Tynan, Kenneth, Nelson, Richard [Adapter] and Chambers, Colin [Adapter] (2004) Tynan: based on the book The diaries of Kenneth Tynan. London, UK : Faber and Faber. 43p. ISBN 0571227295

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Upstone, Sara (2007) Domesticity in magical-realist postcolonial fiction: reversals of representation in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children. Frontiers, 28(1 & 2), pp. 260-284. ISSN (print) 0160-9009

Upstone, Sara (2007) From postcolonial to British Asian: public and private space in Monica Ali's Brick Lane. In: Colonial and postcolonial spaces; 06 - 07 Sep 2007, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Upstone, Sara (2007) "Same old, same old": Zadie Smith's 'White teeth' and Monica Ali's 'Brick Lane'. Journal of postcolonial writing, 43(3), pp. 336-349. ISSN (print) 1744-9855

Upstone, Sara (2006) Negotiations of London as imperial urban space in the contemporary postcolonial novel. In: Lindner, Christoph, (ed.) Urban space and cityscapes: perspectives from modern and contemporary culture. London, UK : Routledge. pp. 88-100. (Questioning cities) ISBN 0415366534

Upstone, Sara (2006) The fulcrum of instabilty: Salman Rushdie's The Ground Beneath her Feet and the postcolonial traveller. Wasafiri, 21(1), pp. 34-38. ISSN (print) 0269-0055

Upstone, Sara (2004) Anancy as trickster: magical space in the fiction of Wilson Harris. World Literature Written in English, 40(2), pp. 23-39. ISSN (print) 0093-1705

Upstone, Sara (2004) Writing the post-colonial space: Ben Okri's magical city and the subversion of imperialism. Partial Answers: Journal of literature and the history of ideas, 2(2), pp. 139-159. ISSN (print) 1565-3668

Upstone, Sara (2002) Applicability and truth in The hobbit, The lord of the rings, and The silmarillion: readers, fantasy, and canonicity. Mythlore, 23(4), pp. 50-66. ISSN (print) 0146-9339

Upstone, Sara (2012) (In)fusion and the ‘postcolonial’: Salman Rushdie’s 'Shame' as ethical-political fiction. In: Ghosh, Ranjan, (ed.) Romancing theory, riding interpretation: (in)fusion approach, Salman Rushdie. New York, U.S. : Peter Lang. pp. 132-148. ISBN 9781433112607

Upstone, Sara (2012) Representation and realism: Monica Ali’s 'Brick Lane'. In: Ahmed, Rehana , Morey, Peter and Yaquin, Amina, (eds.) Culture, diaspora and modernity in Muslim writing. Routledge. pp. 164-179. (Routledge research in postcolonial literatures) ISBN 9781136473395

Upstone, Sara (2012) The history house: the magic of contained space in Arundhati Roy’s 'The God of Small Things'. In: Ghosh, Ranjan and Navarro-Tejero, Antonia, (eds.) Globalizing dissent: essays on Arundhati Roy. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 71-79. (Routledge Studies in Social and Political Thought, no. 59) ISBN 9780415995597

Upstone, Sara (2010) 9/11, British Muslims, and popular literary fiction. In: Birkenstein, Jeff , Froula, Anna and Randell, Karen, (eds.) Reframing 9/11: film, popular culture and the "War on Terror". London, U.K. : Continuum. pp. 35-44. ISBN 9781441111326

Upstone, Sara (2010) British Asian fiction: twenty-first-century voices. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. 247p. ISBN 9780719078330

Upstone, Sara [Speaker] (2009) Can literature save the world? In: Kingston Reader's Festival; 23 Apr - 22 May 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Upstone, Sara (2009) Spatial politics in the postcolonial novel. Farnham, U.K. : Ashgate. 216p. ISBN 9780754665526

Upstone, Sara (2005) Preoccupied with the past: negotiations of migrant London in Zadie Smith's 'White teeth' and Monica Ali's 'Brick Lane'. In: Literary London 2005 : Representations of London in literature; 14-16 July 2005, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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Vaizey, Wendy (2012) Lannguage, memory and loss: Kristevan psychoanalytical perspectives on intertextual connections in the work of Murdoch and Banville. In: Rowe, Anne and Horner, Avril, (eds.) Iris Murdoch: texts and contexts. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 192-208. ISBN 9780230348288

Vassilieva, Elena (2004) John Fowles and the Gothic tradition. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

Velickovic, Vedrana (2009) Open wounds, the phenomenology of exile and the management of pain: Dubravka Ugresic's The ministry of pain. In: Gutthy, Agnieszka , (ed.) Literature in exile of East and Central Europe. New York, U.S. : Peter Lang. pp. 139-154. (Middlebury Studies in Russian Language and Literature, no. 30) ISBN 9781433104909

Velickovic, Vedrana (2012) Melancholic travellers and the idea of (un)belonging in Bernardine Evaristo’s Lara and Soul Tourists. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 48(1), pp. 65-78. ISSN (print) 1744-9855

van Elferen, Isabella (2012) Bloody liturgy: Dracula and music. In: Bram Stoker Centenary Conference; 12-14 Apr 2012, Hull / Whitby, U.K.. (Unpublished)

van Elferen, Isabella (2010) Book review of: 'Limits of horror: technology, bodies, gothic' by Fred Botting. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 21(1), pp. 132-135. ISSN (print) 0897-0521

van Elferen, Isabella (2007) Introduction: nostalgia and perversion in Gothic rewriting. In: van Elferen, Isabella, (ed.) Nostalgia or perversion? Gothic rewriting from the eighteenth century until the present day. Newcastle, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 1-11. ISBN 9781847182470

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Walsh, Maurice (2009) Faith of our fathers: with Ireland's priests. Granta(105), pp. 182-206. ISSN (print) 0017-3231

Walsh, Maurice (2008) ‘Forgive me, mother, for my crazy life’. Dublin Review(31), pp. 3-15. ISSN (print) 1393-998X

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Watts, Judith (2010) What do Jane Austen, Charles Dicken, Stephen King and James Patterson have in common? In: Annual Kingston Publishing Conference; 03 - 04 Sep 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Webb, Belinda Susan (2012) Mary Burns. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

Weber, Samuel, Morgan Wortham, Simon and Hall, Gary (2001) Responding: a discussion with Samuel Weber. Culture Machine, ISSN (online) 1465-4121

Weber, Samuel (2010) Benjamin's -abilities. Harvard, U.S. : Harvard University Press. 376p. ISBN 9780674046061

Weber, Samuel (2010) The singular historicity of literary understanding: “still ending . . .”. MLN, 125(3), pp. 626-641. ISSN (print) 0026-7910

Weber, Samuel (2009) Between part and whole: Benjamin and the single trait. Paragraph, 32(3), pp. 382-399. ISSN (print) 0264-8334

Weiner, Allison and Morgan Wortham, Simon, eds. (2007) Encountering Derrida: legacies and futures of deconstruction. London : Continuum. 215p. (Continuum studies in continental philosophy) ISBN 9780826498939

Weiner, Allison and Morgan Wortham, Simon (2007) Introduction. In: Weiner, Allison and Morgan Wortham, Simon, (eds.) Encountering Derrida: legacies and futures of deconstruction. London : Continuum. pp. 1-9. (Continuum studies in continental philosophy) ISBN 9780826498939

Weslati, Hager (2009) Travel in disguise: on travel writing and cultural governance. In: Brisson, Ulrike and Schweizer, Bernard, (eds.) Not so innocent abroad: the politics of travel and travel writing. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Press. pp. 85-109. ISBN 9781443812979

Weslati, Hager (2008) Deserts in literary and religious fundamentalism. In: Stierstorfer, Klaus and Kern-Stähler, Annette, (eds.) Literary encounters of fundamentalism: a case book. Heidelberg: Germany : Universitätsverlag Winter. pp. 187-212. (Anglistische Forschungen, no. 385) ISBN 9783825354602

White, Frances (2010) The Murdochian chorus and the modernists: T.S. Eliot & Virginia Woolf on the margins of Murdoch's fiction. In: Iris Murdoch: on the margins; 10 - 11 Sep 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

White, Frances Clare Patricia (2006) Dame Iris Murdoch (1919-1999). In: Clark, Robert, (ed.) The literary encyclopedia. Norwich, U.K. : The Literary Dictionary Company Limited. ISSN (online) 1747-678X

White, Frances (2012) "This rough magic I here abjure": theatricality in 'The Green Knight'. In: Sixth International Iris Murdoch Conference: Baggy Monsters - the late works of Iris Murdoch; 14-15 Sep 2012, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

White, Frances (2012) A post-Christian concept of martyrdom and the Murdochian chorus: 'The one alone' and T.E. Eliot's 'Murder in the cathedral'. In: Rowe, Anne and Horner, Avril, (eds.) Iris Murdoch: texts and contexts. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 177-191. ISBN 9780230348288

White, Frances C.P. (2010) Necessary parts of London: Iris Murdoch's mapping of the centre. In: Literary London 2010 : Representations of London in Literature; 07-09 Jul 2010, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

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White, Frances Clare Patricia (2010) 'Past forgiving?': the experience of remorse in the writings of Iris Murdoch. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

Whitehead, Sarah (2009) Make it short: Edith Wharton's modernist practices as a short story writer. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.

Whitehead, Sarah (2007) A self-imposed silence: Edith Wharton's forbidden narratives. In: The spirit of the age: debating the past, present and future of life writing; 04-06 Jul 2007, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Wilson, Scott and Botting, David (2008) Gothspeare and the origins of cultural studies. In: Drakakis, John and Townshend, Dale, (eds.) Gothic Shakespeares. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 186-200. (Accents on Shakespeare) ISBN 9780415420662

Wilson, Scott (2006) Writing excess: the poetic principle of post-literary culture. In: Waugh, Patricia, (ed.) Literary theory and criticism: an Oxford guide. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. pp. 557-568. ISBN 9780199258369

Wilson, Scott (2000) Reading Shakespeare with intensity: a commentary on some lines from Nietzsche's Ecce Homo. In: Joughin, John J., (ed.) Philosophical Shakespeares. London, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 86-104. (Accents on Shakespeare) ISBN 9780415173889

Wilson, Richard (2014) Monstrous to our human reason: minding the gap in The Winter's Tale. In: Bronfen, Elisabeth and Neumeier, Beate, (eds.) Gothic renaissance: a reassessment. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719088636 (In Press)

Wilson, Richard (2013) As mice by lions: political theology and 'Measure for measure'. Shakespeare, pp. 1-21. ISSN (print) 1745-0918 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Wilson, Richard (2013) Free Will: art and power on Shakespeare's stage. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. 466p. ISBN 9780719091780

Wilson, Richard (2013) Like an Olympian wrestling: Shakespeare's Olympic Game. In: Holland, Peter, (ed.) Shakespeare survey: working with Shakespeare. Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press. pp. 82-95. (Shakespeare Survey, no. 66) ISBN 9781107041738

Wilson, Richard (2012) 'The words of Mercury': Shakespeare and Marlowe. In: Hoenselaars, Ton, (ed.) The Cambridge companion to Shakespeare and contemporary dramatists. Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press. pp. 34-53. (Cambridge Companions to Literature) ISBN 9780521767545

Wortham, Simon (2002) Censorship and the institution of knowledge in Bacon's New Atlantis. In: Price, Bronwen, (ed.) Francis Bacon's New Atlantis: new interdisciplinary essays. Manchester : Manchester University Press. pp. 180-198. (Texts in culture) ISBN 0719060524

Wortham, Simon (2002) "Pairt of my taill is yet untolde": James VI and I, the pheonix, and the royal gift. In: Fischlin, Daniel and Fortier, Mark, (eds.) Royal subjects: essays on the writings of James VI and I. Detroit, U.S. : Wayne State University Press. pp. 182-204. ISBN 0814328776

Wortham, Simon (2001) "To come walking": reinterpreting the institution and the work of Samuel Weber. Cultural Critique: an international journal of cultural studies, 48(1), pp. 164-199. ISSN (print) 0882-4371

Wortham, Simon (1999) Rethinking the university: leverage and deconstruction. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. 179p. ISBN 0719056292

Wortham, Simon (1999) Van Gogh's shoes, or, does the university have two left feet? Culture Machine, 1, ISSN (online) 1465-4121

Wortham, Simon (1998) Surviving theory, “as if I[t] were dead”: Derrida and interdisciplinarity. New Formations: a journal of culture, theory & politics, 34, pp. 152-166. ISSN (print) 0950-2378

Wortham, Simon (1997) Bringing criticism to account: economy, exchange and cultural theory. Economy and Society, 26(3), pp. 400-418. ISSN (print) 0308-5147

Wortham, Simon (1997) Multiple submissions and little scrolls of parchment: censorship, knowledge, and the academy. New Literary History, 28(3), pp. 501-523. ISSN (print) 0028-6087

Wortham, Simon (1996) The Glasse of majesty: reflections on new historicism and cultural materialism. Angelaki, 2(2), pp. 47-57. ISSN (print) 0969-725X

Wortham, Simon (1996) Sovereign counterfeits: the trial of the Pyx. Renaissance Quarterly, 49(2), pp. 334-359. ISSN (print) 0034-4338

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Yeh, Jane (2005) Marabou. Manchester, UK : Carcanet. 51p. ISBN 1857547888

Yeh, Jane (2012) The robots. In: Swift, Todd and Lockwood, Kim, (eds.) Lung jazz: young British poets for Oxfam. Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog, U.K. : Cinnamon Press. pp. 179-179. ISBN 9781907090622

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Zlosnik, Sue and Horner, Avril (2009) 'Myself when Others: Daphne du Maurier and the Double Dialogue with "D"'. Women: A Cultural Review, 20(1), pp. 9-24. ISSN (print) 0957-4042

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