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Journal article

HAYES, N., 2018. Heritage, craft, and identity: twisthands and their machinery in what's left of the British lace industry. Labour History Review, 83 (2), pp. 147-177. ISSN 0961-5652

HAYES, N., 2013. Counting civil society: deconstructing elite participation in the provincial English city, 1900-1950. Urban History, 40 (2), pp. 287-314. ISSN 0963-9268

HAYES, N. and DOYLE, B.M., 2013. Eggs, rags and whist drives: popular munificence and the development of provincial medical voluntarism between the wars. Historical Research, 86 (234), pp. 712-740. ISSN 1468-2281

HAYES, N., 2013. Health reforms, opinion polls and surveys: myths and realities. .

HAYES, N., 2012. Did we really want a National Health Service? Hospitals, patients and public opinions before 1948. English Historical Review (526), pp. 625-661.

HAYES, N., 2012. 'Our hospitals'? Voluntary provision, community and civic consciousness in Nottingham before the NHS. Midland History, 37 (1), pp. 84-105.

HAYES, N., 2012. Review of 'cities into battlefields: metropolitan scenarios, experiences and commemorations of total war' (review no. 1274), edited by Stefan Goebel and Derek Keene. Reviews in History.

HAYES, N., 2009. 'Calculating class': housing, lifestyle and status in the provincial English city, 1900-1950. Urban History, 36 (1), pp. 113-140. ISSN 0963-9268

HAYES, N., 2005. 'Humanising' construction? The languages of industrial relations reform, full employment and productivity after 1945. British Contemporary History, 19 (1), pp. 3-26. ISSN 1361-9462

HAYES, N., 2004. Prefabricating stories: innovation in systems technology after the Second World War. History of Technology (26), pp. 7-28. ISSN 0307-5451

BROMLEY, M. and HAYES, N., 2002. Campaigner, watchdog or municipal lackey? Reflections on the inter-war provincial press, local identity and civic welfarism. Media History, 8 (2), pp. 197-212. ISSN 1368-8804

HAYES, N., 2002. Did manual workers want industrial welfare? Canteens, latrines and masculinity on British building sites 1918-1970. Journal of Social History (35), pp. 637-658. ISSN 1527-1897

HAYES, N., 2002. Did manual workers want industrial welfare? Canteens, latrines and masculinity on British building sites 1918-1970. Journal of Social History (35), pp. 637-658. ISSN 1527-1897

HAYES, N., 2002. Forcing modernisation on the 'one remaining really backward industry': British construction and the politics of progress and ambiguous assessment. Journal of European Economic History, 31 (3), pp. 559-588. ISSN 0391-5115

HAYES, N., 2002. Two tales of the city? Probing twentieth century urban and architectural history. Journal of Contemporary History (37), pp. 665-674.

HAYES, N., 2002. The construction and form of modern cities: exploring identities and community. Urban History, 29 (3), pp. 413-423. ISSN 0963-9268

HAYES, N., 2000. Civic perceptions: housing and local decision-making in English cities in the 1920s. Urban History (27), pp. 211-233.

HAYES, N., 1999. Making homes by machine: images, ideas and myths in the diffusion of non-traditional housing in Britain 1942-54. Twentieth Century British History (10), pp. 282-309.

HAYES, N., 1994. Municipal subsidy and Tory minimalism: building the Nottingham Playhouse, 1942-1963. Midland History (19), pp. 128-146.

HAYES, N., 1993. Tammany Hall resurrected? Images of Labour caucus rule in Nottingham 1956-60. Transactions of the Thoroton Society (98), pp. 136-144.

Authored book

HAYES, N., 1996. Consensus and controversy: city politics in Nottingham 1945-1966. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. ISBN 0853235716

Chapter in book

HAYES, N., 2010. Popkess, Athelstan Horn (1893-1967). In: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

HAYES, N., 2007. Things aren't what they used to be! Elites, and constructs of consensus and conflict in twentieth century English municipal politics. In: B. DOYLE, ed., Urban life and politics in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: regional perspectives. Cambridge Scholar Press.

HAYES, N., 1999. An 'English war', wartime culture and 'millions like us'. In: N. HAYES and J. HILL, eds., Millions like us: British culture in the Second World War. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 1-32.

HAYES, N., 1999. More than 'music-while-you-eat'? Factory and hostel concerts, 'good culture' and the workers. In: N. HAYES and J. HILL, eds., Millions like us: British culture in the Second World War. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 209-235.

HAYES, N., 1997. The government of the city, 1900-1974: the consensus ethos and local politics. In: J. BECKETT, ed., A centenary history of Nottingham. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 463-479.

Conference contribution

BOTTICELLO, J., FISHER, T., HAYES, N., LOVE, A., THOMPSON, J. and TOWNSEND, K., 2013. Twisthands at the deadstop [film]. In: Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) 2013 Symposium, Town & Country Conference Centre, San Diego, California, 9-12 October 2013, San Diego.

Edited book

HAYES, N. and HILL, J., 1999. Millions like us: British culture in the Second World War. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. ISBN 0853237735

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

HAYES, N., 2018. The consequences of the Great War: observations from Nottingham. East Midlands History & Heritage (6), pp. 4-6.

HAYES, N., 2015. Nottingham's home for heroes. East Midlands History & Heritage (2), pp. 26-28.

HAYES, N., 2015. Did the Tories come up with the idea of the NHS first? The Conversation.

Website content

HAYES, N., 2014. Nottingham elites and civil society 1900-1950: status, engagement & lifestyle. Nottingham: Nottingham Elites.

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