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Bright, RK (2019) 'Migration, naturalisation, and the ‘British’ world, c.1900-1920’. Journal of Research Institute for the History of Global Arms Transfer. (In Press)

Bright, RK and Dilley, A (2017) After the British World. The Historical Journal, 60 (2). pp. 547-568.

Brown, K, Kennedy, A and Talbott, SM (2019) ‘Scots and Scabs from North-by-Tweed’: Undesirable Scottish Migrants in Seventeenth- and Early Eighteenth-Century England. Scottish Historical Review, 98 (2). pp. 241-265.


Cocks, RCJ (2004) Sir Henry Maine: a Study in Victorian jurisprudence. Cambridge Studies in English Legal History . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ? - ? (232).

Collinge, Peter Richard (2015) Female enterprise in Georgian Derbyshire, c.1780-c.1830. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Cotterill, John (1985) Midland saints: the Mormon mission in the West Midlands, 1837 - 77. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Everson, Paul and Stocker, David (2017) Transactions on the Dee: the ‘exceptional’ collection of early sculpture from St John’s, Chester. In: Crossing Boundaries: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Art, Material Culture, Language and Literature of the Early Medieval World : essays presented to Professor Emeritus Richard N. Bailey, OBE, on the occasion of his eightieth birthday. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 160 - 178.


Janes, D (2014) Eminent Victorians, Bloomsbury queerness and John Maynard Keynes. Literature and History, 23 (1). pp. 19-32.

Janes, D (2016) Oscar Wilde Prefigured: Queer Fashioning and British Caricature, 1750-1900. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, ? - ? (288).

Janes, D (2013) The confessional unmasked: religious merchandise and obscenity in Victorian England. Victorian Literature and Culture, 41 (4). pp. 677-690.

Janes, DTS (2016) The Wordless Book: The Visual and Material Culture of Evangelism in Victorian Britain. Material Religion: the journal of objects, art and belief, 12 (1). pp. 26-49.


Nicholson, John (1982) An imperial frame of mind: imperialist and racialist attitudes in the British periodical press 1851-1914. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Occleshaw, Michael Edward (1984) British military intelligence in the First World War. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Owen, S (2017) Making the Case for Digital Mapping as a Tool for Learning about the Past. Journal of Academic Development and Education (7).


Rosman, Doreen M (1979) Evangelicals and culture in England 1790-1833. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Sargent, A and Blake, M (2018) 'For the Protection of all the People’: Æthelflæd and her Burhs in Northwest Mercia. Midland History, 43 (2). pp. 120-154.

Sargent, AWS (2016) A Misplaced Miracle: the origins of St Modwynn of Burton and St Eadgyth of Polesworth. Midland History, 41 (1). pp. 1-19.

Seager, NP (2017) Literary Evaluation and Authorship Attribution, or Defoe's Politics at the Hanoverian Succession. Huntington Library Quarterly, 80 (1). pp. 47-69.

Sumbler, Jeffrey Peter (2016) Child poverty in Victorian Shropshire: children and the Shropshire Poor Law Unions 1834-1870. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Talbott, SM, Murdoch, S and Grosjean, A (2015) Drummer Major James Spens: letters from a common soldier abroad, 1617-1632. Northern Studies, 47. pp. 76-101.

Tomkins, A (2019) Poor-law institutions through working-class eyes: autobiography, emotion, and family context 1834-1914. Journal of British Studies. (In Press)

Tringham, NJ (2019) Rose de Verdun (d. 1247) and Grace Dieu priory: endowment charter and tomb. Transactions of Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society. (In Press)

Tringham, NJ (2020) St Edith of Polesworth and her cult. Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 71 (1). pp. 1-19.


Warburton, J W (1982) A medical history of the British expeditionary force in the East 1854 - 1856. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Woolnough, G (2016) Cock-fighting in Cumbria since 1850: contested popular culture. In: World of the Outdoors: British Society of Sports History, 24 Jun 2016, Lancaster. (Unpublished)

Woolnough, G (2015) Identity concealed or revealed?: the use of photography in the Victorian criminal justice system. In: British Association of Victorian Studies, 27-29 Aug 2015, Leeds. (Unpublished)

Woolnough, G (2014) Policing Drunkenness in Victorian Cumbria. In: British Crime Historians Symposium 4, 26-27 Sep 2014, Liverpool. (Unpublished)

Woolnough, G (2016) A “respectable” convict? Challenging the idea of the criminal classes in mid­-Victorian England. In: Social History Society, 21-23 Mar 2016, Lancaster. (Unpublished)

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