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A

Adams, Caroline (2012) Queen and country: The significance of Elizabeth I's progress in Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire in 1591. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) The Acceptable Face of Feminism: The Women’s Institute Movement as a Social Movement (2nd edition). Lawrence and Wishart.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Commemorating the First World War: a Cultural Legacy of Media Remembrance. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Contemporary Images and Ideas of the Home Front. In: UNSPECIFIED Palgrave Macmillan.

Andrews, Maggie (2016) 'Does the Fascination with WWI Tommy Giving People a Voice to Talk About Class? Can Understanding Death and Destruction of the Past Help Fight for Social Justice in the Present? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2012) Domesticating the Airwaves: Broadcasting, Domesticity and Femininity. Continuum.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Evacuation, Towneyism, Enforced Intimacy and Rural Feminisms. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Fantasies, Factions and Unlikely Feminist Heroines in Contemporary Heritage Films. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Feminism and Femininity the Potential Politics of Consuming Popular Culture: a Case Study of Marie Claire's Reportage of Global Humanitarian Politics. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) 'For Home and Country': The Overriding Appeal of Commemorating the First World War'. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) Gender, Feminist and Women’s History by 'Any Other Name': The Need to Keep Alive the Radical Traditions of Women’s History.

Andrews, Maggie (2016) Gendering Remembrance: The Home Front in Contemporary Engagement with the First World War. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) The Gendering of Racism in Social Problem Films. In: UNSPECIFIED Rourledge.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Have the Tropes and Topics of Women's History Made the Horrors of War More Palatable? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) The Home Front in Britain: Images, Myths and Forgotten Experiences Since 1914. Palgrave Macmillan.

Andrews, Maggie (2012) ‘Homes Both Sides of the Microphone: Wireless and Domestic Space in Interwar Britain’.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Ideas and Ideals of Domesticity and Home in the First World War. In: UNSPECIFIED Palgrave Macmillan.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) Jumping on the Bandwagon: Fantasy and Reality in Contemporary Texts About WW1. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Markets, Depots and Sales Tables: The Women's Institute's Rural Retailing. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2011) ‘Mediating Remembrance; Personalization and Celebrity in Television Remembrance’.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) The Nation's Cinderella's: Women's Organisations and Wartime Evacuation. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2016) New Social and Cultural Histories of the First World War Home Front. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) Not All Jam and Jerusalem. [Show/Exhibition]

Andrews, Maggie (2016) 'Policing the Private Spheres of Motherhood and Domesticity Surveillance and Wartime Evacuation'. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) Poppies, Tommies and Remembrance.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) Potential Cosmopolitan Sensibilities in Feminized Mediated Remembrance. In: UNSPECIFIED Peter Lang.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Prostitution, Adultery and Illegitimacy: Tortuous Couplings and Unstable Sexual Repression in Wartime Film. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Rethinking the Significance of the 'Home' in the West Midlands Home Front. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) Salting the Pig and Harvesting the Plums: Gendered Roles in Rural Worcestershire in WWI. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) 'Salting the Pig, Picking and Preserving the Fruit: the Rural West Midlands Home Front'. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Andrews, Maggie (2016) Tropes and Trench Cakes: The Home Front in the Media and Community History.

Andrews, Maggie (2015) The WI's Rural Retailing and Markets 1915–1939: a First World War Legacy.

Andrews, Maggie (2014) Women and the Media: Feminism and Femininity in Britain, 1900 to the Present. Routledge.

Andrews, Maggie; Gregson, Adrian and Peters, John (2014) Worcestershire's War: Voices of the First World War. Amberley.

Andrews, Maggie and Webb, Jean (2014) Myth-Conceptions of World War 1 in Diaries and Expistolatory Fiction for Children. In: UNSPECIFIED.

B

Beevers, C. and Fagg, Su (2016) FIL Benchmarking Project.

Bennett, R. (2008) The Management of Road Traffic in a Rural County: Herefordshire 1919-1939. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Bigger, Stephen Letters from the Malcolm Saville Archive. Malcolm Saville Society.

Bigger, Stephen Malcolm Saville, Writer for Children: Collected Critical Papers.

Bower, Julie and Cox, Howard (2013) Whitbread, the Whitbread Investment Company and Protection from Hostile Bids. In: UNSPECIFIED.

C

Chandler, Andrew (2007) The march to the establishment: British nonconformity enters the twentieth century. In: UNSPECIFIED Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Cox, Howard (2012) The American Origins of the Modern Consumer Magazine in Inter-War Britain. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cox, Howard (2011) Counting the Customers: Scale Scope and Quality in Britain's Popular Magazine Industry. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cox, Howard (2013) The Devil Within: Ogden's Role in the Anglo-American Tobacco War of 1901-02. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cox, Howard (2000) The Global Cigarette: Origins and Evolution of British American Tobacco, 1880-1945. Oxford University Press.

Cox, Howard (2016) Horatio Bottomley and the Making of John Bull Magazine (1906-14). In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cox, Howard (2004) International Business Enterprise before 1945: Evolution of the Global Cigarette Market.

Cox, Howard; Huang, B. and Metcalfe, S. (2003) Compradors, Firm Architecture and the ‘Reinvention’ of British Trading Companies: John Swire & Sons’ Operations in Early Twentieth Century China.

Cox, Howard and Mowatt, S. (2011) Authenticity and Customer Knowledge in Fashion-based Periodicals: Conde Nast Inc. and the Development of a Class-based Strategy in the British Magazine Market Between the Wars. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cox, Howard and Mowatt, S. (2009) Creating Images of Fashion: Consumer Magazines and American Competition in Britain, 1910-1940.

Cox, Howard and Mowatt, S. (2011) John Bull Spawns the Dominant Woman: the Emergence and Sustained Rise of Odham's Press, 1847-1939. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cox, Howard and Mowatt, S. (2012) Vogue in Britain: Authenticity and the Creation of Competitive Advantage in the UK Magazine Industry.

Cox, Howard and Mowatt, Simon (2013) Machinations in Fleet Street: Roy Thomson, Cecil King and the Creation of a Magazine Monopoly. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Cox, Howard and Mowatt, Simon (2014) Monopoly, Power and Politics in Fleet Street: the Controversial Birth of IPC Magazines, 1958-63.

Cox, Howard and Mowatt, Simon (2014) Revolutions from Grub Street: A History of Magazine Publishing in Britain. Oxford University Press.

D

Dimmock, Mathew; Hadfield, Andrew and Quinn, Paul (2014) Introduction: Contesting Early Modern Sussex. In: UNSPECIFIED Ashgate.

E

Elliott, Paul (2013) The Iron Lady and The Working Girl – Representations of the Prostitute in 1980s British Cinema. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

F

Fagg, John (2016) The Growth of Population in Victorian Colwall.

Fleming, Neil (2011) Cabinet Government, British Imperial Security, and the World Disarmament Conference, 1932–1934.

Fleming, Neil (2010) Echoes of Britannia: Television Documentaries, Empire and the Critical Public Sphere.

Fleming, Neil (2007) The First Government of Northern Ireland, Education Reform, and the Failure of Anti-populist Unionism, 1921–1925.

Fleming, Neil (2010) 'Incorrigibly Plural’: New Histories of Ulster and Northern Ireland’.

Fleming, Neil (2005) The Marquess of Londonderry: Aristocracy, Power and Politics in Britain and Ireland. I.B.Tauris.

Fleming, Neil (2010) The Press, Empire and Historical Time: The Times and Indian Self-government, c. 1911–1947.

Freathy, R. and Parker, Stephen (2012) Freedom from Religious Beliefs: Humanists and Religious Education in England in the 1960s and 1970s. In: UNSPECIFIED Peter Lang.

Frey, Hugo (2007) Shutting out the city: reflections on the portrayal of London in 1960s Auteur Cinema. In: UNSPECIFIED Berghahn.

Frey, Hugo (2015) The tactic of illusion in Grennan’s re-creation of Trollope. In: UNSPECIFIED LUP/Cornell.

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Gregson, Adrian (2004) The 1/7th Battalion King’s Liverpool Regiment and the Great War – the Experience of a Territorial Battalion and its Home Towns. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Groom, Richard (2010) The Conduct of Parliamentary Elections in Kidderminster 1832-1880. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

H

Harper, Catherine (1999) Book Review: Re/dressing Cathleen: contemporary works from Irish women artists.

Harper, Catherine (2016) Oestrogen Rising 2016:Ireland's stained and bloodied cloths.

Helm, David P. (2013) ‘The Beauty of a Sick Room’: Family Care for the Dying in the English Upper and Middle Class Home c.1840-c.1890.

Helm, David P. (2012) ‘A Sense of Mercies’: End of Life Care in the Victorian Home. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Hitchman, Valerie A. (2008) Omnia bene or ruinosa?: The condition of the parish churches in and around London and Westminster c.1603-1677. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Hoaen, Andrew and Loney, Helen L (2013) Matterdale Archaeological Project: Baldhowend, an Iron Age and Roman Period Unenclosed Settlement in Cumbria. Research Excavation 1998. [Report]

J

Jackson, Andrew J.H. (2014) Civic identity, municipal governance and provincial newspapers: the Lincoln of Bernard Gilbert, poet, critic and ‘booster’, 1914.

Jackson, Andrew J.H. (2016) The cooperative movement and the education of working men and women: provision by a local society in Lincoln, England, 1861–1914.

Jackson, Andrew J.H. (2016) The early twentieth-century countryside of Bernard Samuel Gilbert: Lincolnshire poet, novelist, playwright, pamphleteer and correspondent, 1911–14.

Jackson, Andrew J.H. (2015) The history and heritage of Lincoln’s council estates: local history and ‘critical’ public history in practice.

Johnson, Neal (2015) From Malvern to the Irish Sea: Early Bronze Age Round Barrows in a Border Landscape. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Johnson, Rachel (2007) Re-creating England: the Settler and His Homecoming in the Work of G.A. Henty 1832-1902.

K

Kelley, Victoria (1998) The equitable consumer: shopping at the Co-op in Manchester.

Kelley, Victoria (2009) The interpretation of surface: boundaries, systems and their transgression in clothing and domestic textiles, c.1880-1939.

King, Elspeth (2016) ‘Domestic Soldiers’: The Housewife and War on the Domestic Front in World War Two. In: UNSPECIFIED.

King, Elspeth (2014) Home Front Diaries: Over Representations of the Chattering Classes? In: UNSPECIFIED.

King, Elspeth (2015) Pawn Shops and the 'Never Never': Poverty on the Home Front in the Second World War. In: UNSPECIFIED.

King, Elspeth (2014) ‘A People’s War’? In: UNSPECIFIED.

King, Elspeth (2016) The Second World War, Material Cultures and Making Do: A Golden Age of Self Help? In: UNSPECIFIED.

King, Elspeth (2014) ‘So We Both Took the Car Out-the First Time Since 28th June. Anything to Get a Legitimate Run in the Car These Days’: Remembering and Writing on Life with War Time Rationing. In: UNSPECIFIED.

King, Elspeth and Andrews, Maggie (2014) Second World War Rationing: Creativity and Buying to Last. In: UNSPECIFIED Palgrave Macmillam.

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Levene, A. and Webb, Jean (2011) ‘More Like Dogs Dozing Upon a Warm Hearthstone than Like Children’: Nnineteenth-century Perceptions of Children’s Work and Health in Literature and Legislature’. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Levene, A. and Webb, Jean (2011) 'Nothing Wrong With Us Brits! the Repression of Mental Health Problems in English Texts Post WW2: an interdisciplinary approach.'. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Levene, A. and Webb, Jean (2011) 'Nothing Wrong With Us Brits!' the Repression of Mental Health Problems in English Texts Post WW2: an Interdisciplinary Approach.

Levene, A. and Webb, Jean 'Overwork, Leisure and Health in Literature and Legislature in the Mid-nineteenth Century'. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Locks, Adam (2010) Anglo Argento: A critical reassessment of the films of Norman J. Warren. In: UNSPECIFIED Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Loftus, Donna (1998) Social economy: Cultures of work and community in mid-Victorian England. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

M

MacLeod, Alison J. (2011) The Heart of Denis Noble. In: UNSPECIFIED Comma Press.

MacLeod, Alison J. (2011) The Heart of Denis Noble.

McCrae, Niall and Wright, Maureen (2016) Work, rest and play: professional and social progress of nurses at a British mental hospital in the early 20th century.

Mcnally, Paddy (2006) Ireland: the Making of the 'Protestant Ascendancy', 1690-1760. In: UNSPECIFIED Blackwell Publishing.

Mcnally, Paddy (2007) Rural Protest and 'Moral Economy: the Rightboy Disturbances and Parliament'. In: UNSPECIFIED Ulster Historical Foundation.

Mcnally, Paddy (2004) William King, Patriotism and the National Question. In: UNSPECIFIED Four Courts Press.

Milcoy, Katherine (2012) What a performance: Teenage working-class girls' leisure in the interwar years. In: UNSPECIFIED Leisure Studies Association.

Morgan, Sue (2013) "Iron strength and infinite tenderness": Herbert Gray and the making of Christian masculinities at war and at home, 1900-1940. In: UNSPECIFIED Palgrave Macmillan.

Morgan, Sue (2013) Sex and common-sense: Maude Royden, religion, and modern sexuality.

Morgan, Sue (2006) Women, Religion and Feminism in Britain, 1750-1900. Palgrave Macmillan.

Morgan, Sue and Delap, Lucy (2013) Men, Masculinities and Religious Change in Twentieth Century Britain. Palgrave Macmillan.

Morgan, Sue and de Vries, Jacqueline (2010) Women, Gender and Religious Cultures in Britain, 1800-1940. Routlege.

Mowatt, S. and Cox, Howard (2010) The Creation of the Borderless World: IT Projects and the Digitisation of Magazines at IPC During the 1980s. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Muggleton, David (2017) Brewing in West Sussex. Amberely Publishers.

Muggleton, David (2016) Brighton Pubs. Amberely Publishers.

Muggleton, David (2015) ‘Lubrication in Moderation’: Culturally Locating Ye Ancient Order of Froth Blowers. In: UNSPECIFIED Cambridge Scholars Press.

Munslow, Alun (2003) The New History. Longman.

Mylechreest, Denise (2008) A Singular Liberal: Richard Robert Fairbairn and Worcester Politics 1899-1941. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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Noys, Benjamin (2002) Fascinating (British) Fascism: David Britton’s 'Lord Horror'.

O

Oldridge, Darren (2007) Casting the Spell of Terror: the Press and the Early Whitechapel Murders. In: UNSPECIFIED Manchester University Press.

Oldridge, Darren (2010) The Devil in Tudor and Stuart England. History Press.

Oldridge, Darren (2016) Fairies and the Devil in Early Modern England.

Oldridge, Darren (2012) Light From Darkness: The Problem of Evil in Early Modern England.

Oldridge, Darren (2010) Mother Shipton and the Devil. In: UNSPECIFIED Palgrave Macmillan.

Oldridge, Darren (2010) Witchcraft and the Devil. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

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Parker, Stephen (2009) ‘Blessed are the Pacifists’: E. W. Barnes of Birmingham and Pacifism, 1914–45.

Parker, Stephen (2013) Cosmo Lang: Archbishop in War and Crisis by R. Beaken (Book Review).

Parker, Stephen (2006) Faith on the Home Front: Aspects of Church Life and Popular Religion in Birmingham, 1939-1945. Peter Lang.

Parker, Stephen (2012) Reinvigorating Christian Britain: The Spiritual Issues of the War, National Identity, and the Hope of Religious Education. In: UNSPECIFIED Ashgate Publishing.

Parker, Stephen and Freathy, R. (2011) Context, Complexity and Contestation: Birmingham’s Agreed Syllabuses for Religious Education since the 1970s.

Parker, Stephen and Lawson, T. (2012) God and War: the Church of England and Armed Conflict in the Twentieth Century. Ashgate.

Peacock, Jennifer (2016) Beyond Native and Invader: a Re-evaluation of the Romano-British Period in Cumbria. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Pearson, Richard (2006) Domesticating the Goddess: Popular Issues of Class and Gender in J.R. Planche's Classical Extravaganzas. In: UNSPECIFIED Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Pennington, Janet (2003) The inns and taverns of western Sussex, 1550-1700 : a regional study of their architectural and social history. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Price, Fiona L. and Dew, Ben (2014) Historical Writing in Britain 1688-1830: Visions of History. Palgrave Macmillan.

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Quinn, Paul (2009) John Rough's beard and Isaiah 50:6.

Quinn, Paul (2013) Note on the Martyrs Fireback.

Quinn, Paul (2015) Richard Woodman's Economic Rivals.

Quinn, Paul (2014) 'Richard Woodman, Sussex Protestantism and the Construction of Martyrdom' in Art, Literature and Religion in Early Modern Sussex. In: UNSPECIFIED Ashgate.

Quinn, Paul (2008) "Thou shalt turn to ashes": Shakespeare's King John as Tudor martyrology.

Quinn, Paul (2017) A possible extension of Henslowe's and Alleyn's Sussex Network?

Quinn, Paul (2010) A witty, learned persecutor? The staged afterlife of Thomas More.

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Richardson, Amanda (2005) The Forest, Park and Palace of Clarendon, c.1200-c.1650: Reconstructing an Actual, Conceptual and Documented Wiltshire Landscape. Archaeopress.

Richardson, Amanda (2012) Greenwich's first royal landscape: the lost palace and park of Humphrey of Gloucester.

Richardson, Amanda (2006) 'Hedging, ditching and other improper occupations': Royal landscapes and their meaning under Edward II and Edward III. In: UNSPECIFIED Boydell & Brewer.

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Shakesheff, Tim (2003) Rural Conflict, Crime and Protest : Herefordshire 1800-1860. Boydell Press.

Shakesheff, Tim (2002) Wood and Crop Theft in Rural Herefordshire, 1800-60.

Snape, M.F. and Parker, Stephen (2001) Keeping Faith and Coping: Belief, Popular Religiosity and the British People. In: UNSPECIFIED Harper Collins.

Spence, Craig (2016) Accidents and violent death in early modern London: 1650-1750. Boydell Press.

Spurgeon, Anne (2012) The contribution of the Women’s Factory Inspectorate (1893-1921)to improvements in women’s occupational health and safety. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Stephenson, F.M. (2011) The Decline and Dissolution of the Gilbertine Order. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Symons, John C. (2003) The Mining and Smelting of Copper in England and Wales, 1760-1820. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Symons, John C. (2007) St Just in Penwith: an Economic and Demographic Study. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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Tankard, Danae (2016) '"Buttons no bigger than nutmegs": the clothing of country gentlemen, c1660-1715.

Tankard, Danae (2010) Domestic culture in the south east: evidence from the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Tankard, Danae (2012) Houses of the Weald and Downland: People and Houses of South-East England c. 1300-1900. Carnegie Publishing.

Tankard, Danae (2010) The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, 1970 to 2010.

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Waterton, Emma and Wilson, Ross (2009) Talking the talk: policy, popular and media responses to the bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade using the `abolition discourse'.

Waugh, Jennifer; Davidson, Janet and Offen, Deborah (2012) Cataloguing Kays: Body Image in the Catalogues of Kay & Co Ltd of Worcester, 1920 - 2000. JISC Final Report. [Report]

Whigham, Stuart (2014) 'Anyone but England'? Exploring Anti-English Sentiment as Part of Scottish National Identity in Sport.

Whigham, Stuart (2015) Internal Migration, Sport and the Scottish Diaspora in England.

Wilson, Ross (2016) 2016a ‘War Discourse: still talking about the First World War in Britain, 1914-2014’, in J. Walker and C. Declercq (eds.) Languages and the First World War: Representation and Memory, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.237-248. In: UNSPECIFIED Palgrave.

Wilson, Ross 2016b ‘Witnessing and affect: making new spaces to remember the Great War in Britain’, in D. Drozdzewski, S. De Nardi and Emma Waterton (eds.) Memory, Place and Identity: commemoration and remembrance of war and conflict, London: Routledge, pp.221-235. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

Wilson, Ross (2009) Archaeology Quiet on the Western Front. In: UNSPECIFIED Cambridge Scholars.

Wilson, Ross (2010) Cultivating the city and its citizens: the creation of corporation allotments in York.

Wilson, Ross (2012) Death and burial in the British Army on the Western Front.

Wilson, Ross (2014) Framing the Great War in Britain: Modern Mediated Memories. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

Wilson, Ross It still goes on: football and the heritage of the Great War in Britain. In: UNSPECIFIED Routledge.

Wilson, Ross (2014) It still goes on: trauma and the memory of the First World War. In: UNSPECIFIED De Gruyter.

Wilson, Ross (2016) The Language of the Past. Bloomsbury.

Wilson, Ross (2015) The Past and Present War: Political Cartoons and the Memory of the First World War in Britain.

Wilson, Ross (2010) Rethinking 1807: governmentality and the bicentenary.

Wilson, Ross (2014) Sad shires and no man’s land: First World War frames of reference in the British media representation of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.

Wilson, Ross (2012) Social reform and allotment gardening in twentieth-century York.

Wilson, Ross (2015) Still fighting in the trenches: ‘war discourse’ and the memory of the First World War in Britain.

Wilson, Ross (2008) Strange hells: a new approach on the Western Front.

Wilson, Ross (2008) Strange hells: the British soldier and 'the monster' on the Western Front. In: UNSPECIFIED The Interdisciplinary Press.

Wilson, Ross (2015) Surveying New Sites: Landscapes and Archaeologies of the Internet.

Wilson, Ross (2011) 'Tommifying' the Western Front, 1914-1918.

Wilson, Ross (2008) The mystical character of commodities: the consumer society in eighteenth century England.

Woolley, Richard (2007) The Ethical Foundations of Socilalism: the Influence of William Temple and R.H. Tawney on New Labour. Mellen Press.

Woolley, Richard and Hanson, F. (2008) Personal Histories: a Celebration of Childhood Memories. [Report]

Wright, Duncan W. (2015) Early medieval settlement and social power: the middle Anglo-Saxon ‘home farm’.

Wright, Maureen (2014) A Man '[a]s Black as the Devil Himself': The Radical Life of Benjamin J. Elmy, Secularist, Anti-Eugenicist and 'First-Wave' Feminist in Britain (1838-1906).

Wright, Maureen (2014) ‘The perfect equality of all persons before the law’: the Personal Rights Association and the discourse of civil rights in Britain, 1871–1885'.

Wyss, Marco (2012) Arms transfers, neutrality and Britain's role in the Cold War: Anglo-Swiss relations 1945-1958. Brill.

Wyss, Marco (2012) The advocate and its wealthy client: Britain and Switzerland in the early Cold War.

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