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Journal article

MOSES, G., 2011. Passive and impoverished? A discussion of rural popular culture in the mid-Victorian years. Rural History, 22 (2), pp. 183-206. ISSN 0956-7933

MOSES, G., 2007. The cultural contradictions of rural capitalism: Anglicanism and agrarian labour in mid-Victorian England. Labour History Review, 72 (1), pp. 27-47. ISSN 0961-5652

MOSES, G., 2002. Reshaping rural culture? The Church of England and hiring fairs in the East Riding of Yorkshire c. 1850-80. Rural History, 13 (1), pp. 61-84. ISSN 1474-0656

MOSES, G., 2002. Reshaping rural culture? The Church of England and hiring fairs in the East Riding of Yorkshire c. 1850-80. Rural History, 13 (1), pp. 61-84. ISSN 1474-0656

MOSES, G., 2002. Review of 'English farmworkers and local patriotism, 1900-1930' by N. Mansfield. Midland History, pp. 197-199.

MOSES, G., 2002. Review of 'Rural women workers in nineteenth century England: gender, work and wages' by N. Verdon. Social History (2006).

MOSES, G., 1999. Proletarian labourers? East Riding farm servants c.1850-1875. Agricultural History Review, 47 (1), pp. 78-94.

MOSES, G., 1996. 'Rustic and rude': hiring fairs and their critics in East Yorkshire c.1850-1875. Rural History, 7, pp. 151-175.

Authored book

MOSES, G., 2007. Arching the divide: the Church of England and popular culture in rural England. Ceredigion: UNSPECIFIED.

MOSES, G., 2007. Rural moral reform in nineteenth-century England: the crusade against adolescent farm servants and hiring fairs. Lampeter: Edwin Mellen. ISBN 9780773452770

Chapter in book

MOSES, G., 2005. The Church of England, moral panic and farm service in mid-Victorian England. In: J. ROWBOTHAM and K. STEVENSON, eds., Criminal conversations: Victorian crimes, social panic and moral outrage. Ohio: Ohio State University Press, pp. 40-55.

MOSES, G., 2005. Religion, rural society, and moral panic in mid-Victorian England'. In: J. ROWBOTHAM and K. STEVENSON, eds., Criminal conversations: Victorian crimes, social panic and moral outrage. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, pp. 40-54. ISBN 814209734

MOSES, G., 2000. Popular culture and the 'Golden Age': the Church of England and hiring fairs in the East Riding of Yorkshire c. 1850-1875. In: I. INKSTER, C. GRIFFIN and J. HILL, eds., The golden age: essays in British economic and social history. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 184-198.

Conference contribution

MOSES, G., 2002. The Church of England, moral panic and farm service in mid-Victorian England. In: European Social History Conference, The Hague, Netherlands, February-March 2002, The Hague, Netherlands.

MOSES, G., 2002. 'More degraded than the animals they fodder', the Church of England and the agricultural labourer in Victorian England. In: University of Reading, Rural History Centre, Seminar Series: 'The Hidden Workforce', The Hague, Netherlands, May 2002, The Hague, Netherlands.

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