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Barron, Hester (2009) The 1926 miners' lockout: meanings of community in the Durham coalfield. Oxford Historical Monographs . Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199575046

Barron, Hester (2005) Durham's big meeting. History Today, 55 (7). pp. 39-41. ISSN 0018-2753

Barron, Hester (2012) Labour identities of the coalfield: the general election of 1931 in County Durham. History, 97 (326). pp. 204-229. ISSN 1468-229X

Barron, Hester (2006) 'Tis very embarrassing, say what you like, to be a good vicar in a valley on strike': The Church of England and its relationship with the Durham miners at the time of the 1926 lockout. Twentieth Century British History, 17 (3). pp. 350-372. ISSN 0955-2359

Barron, Hester (2010) Weaving tales of empire: Gandhi's visit to Lancashire, 1931. In: Frank, Billy, Horner, Craig and Stewart, David (eds.) The British labour movement and imperialism. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 9781443822206

Barron, Hester (2006) Women of the Durham coalfield and their reactions to the 1926 miners' lockout. Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, 22. pp. 53-83. ISSN 1362-1572

Barron, Hester and Langhamer, Claire (2017) Feeling through practice: subjectivity and emotion in children’s writing. Journal of Social History, 51 (1). pp. 101-123. ISSN 0022-4529


Cole, Emily Vanilla (2011) The state apartment in the Jacobean country house, 1603-1625. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Cowan, Brian (1999) Arenas of connoisseurship: auctioning art in later Stuart England. In: North, Michael and Ormrod, David (eds.) Art markets in Europe 1400-1800. Ashgate, pp. 153-166. ISBN 9781840146301

Cragoe, Matthew (1999) [Review] Barry Reay (1996) Microhistories: demography, society and culture in rural England, 1800-1930. Continuity and Change, 14 (2). pp. 305-306. ISSN 0268-4160

Cragoe, Matthew (2007) "We like local patriotism": The Conservative Party and the discourse of decentralisation, 1947-51. English Historical Review, CXXII (498). pp. 965-985. ISSN 0013-8266

Crymble, Adam, Dennett, Adam and Hitchcock, Timothy (2018) Modelling regional imbalances in English plebeian migration to late eighteenth-century London. Economic History Review, 71 (3). pp. 747-771. ISSN 0013-0117

Cuttica, Cesare (2002) Il primato della politica: Algernon Sidney commonwealthman. In: De Michelis Pintacuda, F and Francioni, G (eds.) Ideali repubblicani in età moderna. Memorie e atti di convegni . ETS, pp. 145-160. ISBN 9788846706072

Cuttica, Cesare (2007) Kentish cousins at odds: Filmer's Patriarcha and Thomas Scott's Defence of freeborn Englishmen. History of Political Thought, 28 (4). pp. 599-616. ISSN 0143-781X

Cuttica, Cesare (2006) Sir Francis Kynaston: The importance of the ‘Nation’ for a 17th-century English royalist. History of European Ideas, 32 (2). pp. 139-161. ISSN 0191-6599

Cuttica, Cesare (2011) Sir Robert Filmer (1588–1653) and the condescension of posterity: historiographical interpretations. Intellectual History Review, 21 (2). pp. 195-208. ISSN 1749-6977

Cuttica, Cesare (2008) Thomas Scott of Canterbury (1566-1635): Patriot, civic radical, puritan. History of European Ideas, 34 (4). pp. 475-489. ISSN 0191-6599


DeDeo, Simon, Hawkins, Robert, Klingenstein, Sara and Hitchcock, Tim (2013) Bootstrap methods for the empirical study of decision-making and information flows in social systems. Entropy, 15 (6). pp. 2246-2276. ISSN 1099-4300

Dyhouse, Carol (2001) Family patterns of social mobility through higher education in England in the 1930s. Journal of Social History, 34 (4). pp. 817-842. ISSN 0022-4529

Dyhouse, Carol (2002) Going to university in England between the wars: access and funding. History of Education, 31 (1). pp. 1-14. ISSN 0046-760X

Dyhouse, Carol (2002) Graduates, mothers and graduate mothers: family investment in higher education in twentieth century England. Gender and Education, 14 (4). pp. 325-336. ISSN 0954-0253

Dyhouse, Carol (1998) Women students and the London medical schools 1914-39: The anatomy of a masculine culture. Gender and History, 10 (1). pp. 110-132. ISSN 0953-5233


Erickson, Amy (1999) Property law and English widows 1660-1840. In: Cavallo, Sandra and Warner, Lyndan (eds.) Widowhood in medieval and early modern Europe. Longman, pp. 145-163. ISBN 9780582317482

Erickson, Amy Louise (1996) Family household and community. In: Morrill, John (ed.) The Oxford illustrated history of Tudor and Stuart England. Oxford University Press, pp. 90-118. ISBN 9780198203254


Godfrey, Barry, Shoemaker, Robert, Hitchcock, Tim, Oxley, Deborah and Maxwell-Stewart, Hamish (2017) [Website] The Digital Panopticon: the global impact of London's punishments, 1780-1925. Digital Humanities Institute, University of Sheffield.

Grant, Alistair (2022) From Alexandria to Hyde, via Bovillæ and Rome, London and Birmingham: a biography of an electrotype of The Apotheosis of Homer. The Journal of the Antique Metalware Society, 26. pp. 42-61. ISSN 1359-124X

Griffin, C J (2006) Knowable geographies? The reporting of incendiarism in the eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century English provincial press. Journal of Historical Geography, 32 (1). pp. 38-56. ISSN 0305-7488

Griffin, Carl (2011) Parish farms and the poor law: a response to unemployment in rural southern England, c.1815-1835. Agricultural History Review, 59 (2). pp. 176-198. ISSN 0002-1490

Griffin, Carl (2014) Protest, politics and work in rural England, 1700-1850. Social History in Perspective . Palgrave, Basingstoke. ISBN 9780230299689

Griffin, Carl (2001) 'There was no law to punish that offence’: re-assessing ‘Captain Swing’: rural Luddism and rebellion in East Kent, 1830-31. Southern History, 22. pp. 131-163. ISSN 0022-4642

Griffin, Carl (2005) Wood-taking and customary practice: William Hunt’s justices notebook, 1744-49. Regional Historian (13). pp. 19-24.

Griffin, Carl (2010) 'The mystery of the fires': Captain Swing as incendiarist. Southern History, 32. pp. 21-40. ISSN 0142-4688

Griffin, Carl J (2008) Affecting violence: language, gesture and performance in early nineteenth-century English popular protest. Historical Geography, 36. pp. 139-162. ISSN 1091-6458

Griffin, Carl J (2004) ‘Policy on the hoof’: Sir Robert Peel, Sir Edward Knatchbull and the trial of the Elham machine breakers, 1830. Rural History, 15 (2). pp. 127-148. ISSN 0956-7933

Griffin, Carl J (2009) Swing, swing redivivus, or something after swing? On the death throes of a protest movement, December 1830–December 1833. International Review of Social History, 54 (03). pp. 459-497. ISSN 0020-8590


Haakonssen, Knud (2002) [Review] Isabel Rivers (2000) Reason, grace, and sentiment: a study of the language of religion and ethics in England, 1660-1780, vol 2: Shaftesbury to Hume. History of Political Thought, 23 (4). pp. 719-722. ISSN 0143-781X

Hitchcock, Tim, Crymble, Adam and Falcini, Louise (2014) Loose, idle and disorderly: vagrant removal in late eighteenth-century Middlesex. Social History, 39 (4). pp. 509-527. ISSN 0307-1022

Hitchcock, Tim and Shoemaker, Robert (2015) London lives: poverty, crime and the making of a modern city, 1690-1800. Cambridge University Press, Cambrdge. ISBN 9781107025271

Hitchcock, Timothy (2017) The body in the workhouse: death, burial, and belonging in early Eighteenth-Century St Giles in the Fields. In: Braddick, Michael J and Innes, Joanna (eds.) Suffering and happiness in England 1550-1850: narratives and representations: a collection to honour Paul Slack. The Past and present book Series . Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 153-173. ISBN 9780198748267

Hitchcock, Timothy and Shoemaker, Robert (2006) Tales from the hanging court. Hodder and Arnold, London. ISBN 9780340913758

Howkins, Alun (2006) Death and rebirth? English rural society, 1920-1940. In: Brassley, Paul, Burchardt, Jeremy and Thompson, Lynne (eds.) The English countryside between the wars: Regeneration or decline? Boydell Press. ISBN 9781843832645

Howkins, Alun (2002) From Diggers to Dongas: the land in English radicalism 1649 - 2000. History Workshop Journal, 54 (1). pp. 1-23. ISSN 1363-3554

Howkins, Alun (1996) From Hodge to Lob re-inventing the English farm labourer. In: Chase, Malcolm and Dyck, Ian (eds.) Living and learning: essays in honour of J F C Harrison. Scholar Press, pp. 218-235. ISBN 9781859281109

Howkins, Alun (2001) Rurality and English identity. In: Morely, David and Robbins, Kevin (eds.) British cultural studies: geography, nationality, and identity. Oxford University Press, pp. 145-156. ISBN 9780198742067

Howkins, Alun (2002) 'Those lost landscapes', ruralism. Englishness and historical change in the countryside 1890-1990. In: Pihlainen, K and Tirkonen, E (eds.) Rustica nova. The new countryside and transformations in the operating enviroment. Institute Of History, University of Turku (Finland). ISBN 9789512923182

Howkins, Alun (1998) A country at war: mass-observation and rural England, 1939–45. Rural History, 9 (1). pp. 75-97. ISSN 0956-7933

Howkins, Alun (2003) The death of rural england. A social history of the countryside since 1900. Routledge. ISBN 9780415138857

Hutchinson, David Robert (2011) Piety in peril: a religiously conservative sixteenth century school of church monuments in Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.


Iliffe, Robert (2006) Friendly criticism: Richard Simon, John Locke, Isaac Newton and the Johannine comma. In: Hessayon, Ariel and Keene, Nicolas (eds.) Scripture and scholarship in early modern England. Ashgate, pp. 137-157. ISBN 9780754638933

Iliffe, Robert (1998) Lying wonders and juggling tricks: religion, nature and imposture in early modern England. In: Force, James E and Katz, David S (eds.) Everything connects: in conference with Richard H Popkin - essays in his honor. Brill's studies in intellectual history . Brill, pp. 183-210. ISBN 9789004110984

Iliffe, Robert (1995) Material doubts: Hooke, artisan culture and the exchange of information in 1670s London. British Journal for the History of Science, 28 (98). pp. 285-318. ISSN 0007-0874

Iliffe, Robert (1992) [Review] Sarah Hutton, ed. (1989) Henry More (1614-1687): Tercentenary studies. Isis, 83 (4). pp. 660-661. ISSN 0021-1753

Iliffe, Robert (1998) [Review] Stuart Sherman (1996) Telling time: clocks, diaries, and English diurnal form, 1660-1785. Isis, 89 (3). pp. 541-542. ISSN 0021-1753


Lamont, William (1994) Baxter: A holy commonwealth. Cambridge texts in the history of political thought . Cambridge University Press, 254pp. ISBN 9780521405805

Langhamer, Claire (2006) Adultery in post-war England. History Workshop Journal, 62 (1). pp. 86-115. ISSN 1363-3554

Langhamer, Claire (2004) Leisure, pleasure and courtship: young women in England, c.1920-1960. In: Soland, Birgitte, Benninghaus, Christina and Maynes, Mary Jo (eds.) Secret gardens, satanic mills: placing girls in European history, 1750-1960. Indiana University Press. ISBN 9780253344496

Langhamer, Claire (2007) Love and courtship in mid-twentieth-century England. Historical Journal, 50 (1). pp. 173-196. ISSN 0018-246X

Langhamer, Claire (1999) Manchester women and their leisure: changing experiences from youth to married adulthood, 1920-1960. Manchester Region History Review, XIII. pp. 32-42. ISSN 9524320

Langhamer, Claire (2007) [Review] Selina Todd (2005) Young women, work and family in England, 1918-1950. Historical Journal, 50 (2). pp. 516-517. ISSN 0018-246X

Langhamer, Claire (2019) Trust, authenticity and bigamy in twentieth-century England. In: Barclay, Katie, Meek, Jeffrey and Thomson, Andrea (eds.) Courtship, marriage and marriage breakdown: approaches from the history of emotiontions. Routledge Research in Gender and History . Routledge. ISBN 9780367424558

Langhamer, Claire (2000) Women's leisure in England, 1920-1960. Studies in popular culture . Manchester University Press, 220pp. ISBN 9780719057373

Langhamer, Claire (1995) Women's leisure in the life cycle: an oral history study of Manchester women 1920-1960. Women's History Notebooks, 2 (2). ISSN 1358-1457

Langhamer, Claire (2003) 'A public house is for all classes, men and women alike': women, leisure and drink in Second World War England. Women's History Review, 12 (3). pp. 423-443. ISSN 0961-2025

Livesey, Jim (2000) Acts of union and disunion: The Act of Union in Atlantic and European context. In: Keogh, Daire and Whelan, Kevin (eds.) Acts of union: The causes, contexts and consequences of the Act of Union. Four Courts Press. ISBN 9781851825301

Livesey, Jim (2000) [Review] Norman Hampson (1998) The perfidy of albion: French perceptions of England during the French revolution. Journal of Modern History, 72 (2). pp. 503-505. ISSN 0022-2801


Neale, Alexa Hannah Leah (2012) Crime scenes and case files: depositions, domesticity and death. In: Centre for Studies of Home Postgraduate Study Day, 23 October 2012, Geffrye Museum of the Home.


Oldfield, Sybil (1999) The collective biography of women in England 1550-1900: a select annotated bibliography. Mansell Publishing, xvii + 168 pp. ISBN 9780720123210


Paul, Joanne (2018) [Epilogue] “Publica si domini regerent moderamina cunni”: deciphering queenship and counsel. In: Matheson-Pollock, Helen, Paul, Joanne and Fletcher, Catherine (eds.) Queenship and counsel in early modern Europe. Queenship and Power . Palgrave, Cham, pp. 259-274. ISBN 9783319769738

Paul, Joanne and Schutte, Valerie (2019) The Tudor monarchy of counsel and the growth of reason of state. In: Woodacre, Elena, Dean, Lucinda H S, Jones, Chris, Rohr, Zita and Martin, Russell (eds.) The Routledge history of monarchy. Routledge Histories . Routledge, Abingdon; New York, pp. 655-667. ISBN 9781138703322


Roberts, Richard (1995) The Bank of England and the City. In: Roberts, Richard and Kynaston, David (eds.) The Bank of England: Money power & influence 1694-1994. Oxford University Press, pp. 152-184. ISBN 9780198289524

Robinson, Emily (2016) Radical nostalgia, progressive patriotism and Labour's 'English problem'. Political Studies Review, 14 (3). pp. 378-387. ISSN 1478-9299

Robinson, Lucy (2007) The Bermondsey by-election and leftist attitudes to homosexuality. In: McCormack, Matthew (ed.) Public men: Masculinity and politics in modern Britain. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230007635

Rohl, John (2000) The Kaiser and England. In: Birke, Adolf M, Brechtken, Magnus and Searle, Alaric (eds.) An anglo-german dialogue: The Munich lectures on the history of international relations. K G Saur, Munich, pp. 97-114. ISBN 9783598214172


Shave, Samantha (2008) [Review] K. D. M. Snell (2006) Parish and belonging: community, identity and welfare in England and Wales 1700-1950. Journal of British Studies, 47 (2). pp. 436-438. ISSN 0021-9371

Shave, Samantha (2009) [Review] Larry Patriquin (2007) Agrarian capitalism and poor relief in England, 1500-1860: rethinking the origins of the welfare state. Cultural and Social History, 6 (1). pp. 109-111. ISSN 1478-0038

Shave, Samantha A (2009) The dependent poor? (Re)constructing the lives of individuals ‘on the parish’ in rural Dorset, 1800–1832. Rural History, 20 (1). pp. 67-97. ISSN 0956-7933

Shepard, Alex (1998) Legal learning and the Cambridge university courts, c. 1560–1640. The Journal of Legal History, 19 (1). pp. 62-74. ISSN 0144-0365

Shepard, Alex (2000) Manhood credit and patriarchy in early modern England c. 1580-1640. Past and Present, 167 (1). pp. 75-106. ISSN 0031-2746

Shepard, Alex (1999) Social control authority and deviance in early modern England. History Workshop Journal, 48. pp. 240-247. ISSN 1363-3554


Tadmor, Naomi (2010) Early modern English kinship in the long run: reflections on continuity and change. Continuity and Change, 25 (S01). pp. 15-48. ISSN 0268-4160

Tadmor, Naomi (2001) Family and friends in eighteenth-centurty England: household, kinship, and patronage. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521771474

Tadmor, Naomi (2001) Family and friends in eighteenth-century England: household, kinship and patronage. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521771474

Tadmor, Naomi (2006) Friends and neighbours in early modern England: Biblical translations and social norms. In: Rubin, Miri, Gowling, Laura and Hunter, Michael (eds.) Love, friendship and faith in Europe,1300-1800. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 150-176. ISBN 9781403991478

Tadmor, Naomi (2006) Women and wives: the language of marriage in early modern English biblical translations. History Workshop Journal, 62 (1). pp. 1-27. ISSN 1477-4569

Tadmor, Naomi (1996) The concept of the household-family in eighteenth-century England. Past and Present, 151 (1). pp. 111-140. ISSN 0031-2746

Tadmor, Naomi (2010) The social universe of the English Bible: scripture, society and culture in early modern England,. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521769716

Thane, Pat (2000) Old age in English history: past experiences, present issues. Oxford University Press, 536pp. ISBN 9780198203827


Verdon, Nicola (2009) Agricultural labour and the contested nature of women's work in interwar England and Wales. Historical Journal, 52 (1). pp. 109-130. ISSN 0018-246X

Verdon, Nicola (2002) Rural women workers in 19th-century England: Gender, work and wages. Boydell Press, p. 1. ISBN 9780851159065

Verdon, Nicola (2005) Women's productive roles in nineteenth-century rural England: field, farm and family. In: Proceedings of the Colloque Franco-Britannique du Mans. Unset.

Verdon, Nicola (2004) A diminishing force? Reassessing the employment of female day labourers in English agriculture, c.1790-1850. In: Lane, Penelope, Raven, Neil and Snell, S D M (eds.) Gender, work and wages in England, 1600-1850. Womens and gender studies . Boydell Press. ISBN 9781843830771

Verdon, Nicola (2001) The employment of women and children in agriculture: a reassessment of agricultural gangs in nineteenth-century Norfolk. Agricultural History Review, 49 (1). pp. 41-55. ISSN 0002-1490

Verdon, Nicola (2003) "...subjects deserving of the highest praise": farmers' wives and the farm economy in England, c.1700-1850. Agricultural History Review, 51 (1). pp. 23-39. ISSN 0002-1490


Wolf, Gerhard (2008) Mac Goldsmith: a Jewish career in the English automobile industry (1937 - 1982). Part II. In: Goldsmith, John D and Stanton, Ann F (eds.) Mac Goldsmith (1902-1983): the life and work of a refugee engineer. University of Sussex, The Centre for German Jewish Studies & University of Leicester, The Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust Studies. ISBN 9780956132703

Worden, Alastair (2000) Thomas Carlyle and Oliver Cromwell. Proceedings of the British Academy, 105. pp. 131-170. ISSN 0068-1202

Worden, Blair (1997) Cromwellian Oxford. In: Tyacke, Nicholas (ed.) The History of the University of Oxford: Volume IV seventeenth-century Oxford. Clarendon Press, pp. 733-772. ISBN 9780199510146


Young, Brian W (1998) Religion and enlightenment in eighteenth-century England: theological debate between Locke and Burke. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 259pp. ISBN 9780198269427

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