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BAKUT, B.T., 1999. Self-determination and national self-determination: the marriage between macro international relations (IR) and micro historical sociologies as a framework for understanding Africa. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

BARDELL, K.M., 1999. Death by 'divelishe demonstracion': witchcraft beliefs, gender and popular religion in the early modern Midlands and north of England. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI, F. and NICKERSON, C., 1999. Writing business: genres, media and discourses. Harlow: Longman.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Appel à témoin. Paris: J'ai Lu.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Corte final. Madrid: Ediciones Gaviota.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Dispara al profesor. Madrid: Ediciones Gaviota.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Dying for you. London: Scholastic.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Nicked. Edinburgh: Barrington Stoke.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Pas de fumée sans feu. Paris: J'ai Lu.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Passage à tabac. Paris: J'ai Lu.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Preuves à l'appui. Paris: J'ai Lu.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Rehearsal. In: Peacemaker and other stories. London: Heinemann Educational, pp. 48-66.

BELBIN, D., 1999. Suspects. London: Scholastic.

BELBIN, D. and LUCAS, J., 1999. Stanley Middleton at eighty. Nottingham: Five Leaves.

BLACK, G., 1999. Developing the concept for the Thackray Medical Museum. In: A. LEASK and I. YEOMAN, eds., Heritage visitor attractions: an operations management perspective. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 251-259. ISBN 0304702927

BOULÉ, J.-P., 1999. Hervé Guibert: voices of the self. Modern French writers . Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. ISBN 0853238618

BRENDLE, C., 1999. Feminism and international relations: towards a global approach. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

BURCH, S., 1999. Conference review: 'Making visible monuments and making monuments visible, The Finnish Institute in London, January 1999. The Henry Moore Institute Newsletter, 22. ISSN 1363-1152

BURCH, S., 1999. Kätevä johdatus kekkosen muistomerkiin. , pp. 16-19.


CALEY, M. and SOLANKI, M., 1999. The rat's mirror. Bangor, Co.Down: Ha'penny Press.

CORDLE, D., 1999. Postmodern postures: literature, science and the two cultures debate. Aldershot: Ashgate. ISBN 0754600959

CORDLE, D., 1999. Resisting decadence: literary criticism as a corrective to low culture and high science in the work of I.A. Richards. In: J. ST, ed., Romancing decay: ideas of decadence in European culture. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 171-182. ISBN 18401464745

CURLEY, M., FAULKNER, F. and PETTIFORD, L., 1999. Does the security debate have to be presented polemically? Landmines and the case for a micro-security approach. The Journal of Low Intensity Conflict and Law Enforcement, 8 (3), p. 21. ISSN 0966-2847

CURLEY, M.G., 1999. Participation, empowerment and micro security: implications for the security debate in international relations. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


DUTT, S., 1999. Taking power out of the formula for world peace. .

DUTT, S., 1999. UNESCO needs more than lukewarm UK support. .

DUTT, S., 1999. The role of intellectuals and non-governmental organizations in Britain's relations with UNESCO. The Round Table, 88 (350), pp. 207-228.


EDLEY, N. and WETHERELL, M., 1999. Imagined futures: young men's talk about fatherhood and domestic life. British Journal of Social Psychology, 38 (2), pp. 181-194.


FEATHERSTONE, M., 1999. Love and eroticism. London: Sage. ISBN 0761962522

FEATHERSTONE, M., 1999. Shohibunka to posutomodanizumu: part 1. Tokyo: Koseisha Koseikaku.

FEATHERSTONE, M. and BURROWS, R., 1999. Technologia e cultura virtuale. Turin: Franco Angeli.

FEATHERSTONE, M. and LASH, S., 1999. Spaces of culture: city, nation, world. London: Sage. ISBN 0761961224


GIBSON, K., 1999. Eschatology, apocalypse and millenarianism in seventeenth century Protestant thought. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

GOLLAIN, F., 1999. Pensée écologique dans une perspective gorzienne et critique du travail. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

GOODRIDGE, J., 1999. E.P. Thompson (1924-1993), historian and political activist. In: C. ROJEK and E. CASHMORE, eds., UNSPECIFIED London: Edward Arnold, pp. 450-452. ISBN 340645490

GOODRIDGE, J., 1999. The John Clare Society Journal. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 0952254182

GOODRIDGE, J., 1999. Review of 'What is pastoral?' by Paul Alpers. The Scriblerian, 312321, pp. 259-260.

GOODRIDGE, J., 1999. Rowley's ghost: a checklist of creative works inspired by Thomas Chatterton's life and writings. In: N. GROOM, ed., Thomas Chatterton and romantic culture. London: Macmillan, pp. 262-292. ISBN 333725867

GOODRIDGE, J., 1999. Shulamith Firestone (b. 1945), feminist theorist. In: C. ROJEK and E. CASHMORE, eds., The dictionary of cultural theorists. London: Edward Arnold, pp. 152-154. ISBN 340645490

GOODRIDGE, J., 1999. 'Three cheers for mute ingloriousness!': Gray's Elegy in the poetry of John Clare. Critical Survey, 11 (3), pp. 11-20. ISSN 0011-1570

GRAHAM, D.T. and MCNEIL, J., 1999. Using the Internet as part of directed learning in social geography: developing web pages as an introduction to local social geography. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 23 (2), pp. 181-194.

GUEDES, O., 1999. The information society: the (im) perfect future. FRONTEIRAS - Journal of Communication of the Post-graduation Programme of Media & Communication Studies, 1 (1).

GUTIÉRREZ ALMARZA, G. and BELTRÁN, F., 1999. La enseñanza de lenguas extranjeras y la formación de los docentes de lenguas en el siglo XXI dentro de un contexto europeo. In: F. CEREZAL, ed., Enseñanza y aprendizaje de lenguas modernas e interculturalidad. Madrid: Talasa Ediciones, pp. 37-48. ISBN 8488119771


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

HEYES, R., 1999. Looking to futurity: John Clare and provincial culture. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

HOLLOWS, J. and JANCOVICH, M., 1999. Approaches to popular film [translation]. Seoul, South Korea: Hanul Publishing.

HOWARTH, M., 1999. Großbritannien und die DDR - Beziehungen und Nicht-Beziehungen, in Die DDR - Erinnerung an einen untergegangenen Staat. In: H. TIMMERMAN, ed., Verlag Duncker und Humblot. Berlin: UNSPECIFIED, pp. 509-526.

HOWARTH, M., 1999. KfA Ltd und Berolina Travel Ltd. Die DDR-Präsenz in Großbritannien vor und nach der diplomatischen Anerkennung. Deutschland Archiv, 4, pp. 591-600. ISSN 0012-1428

HOWARTH, M. and HEAD, D., 1999. Vickers victorious? The sale of Rolls Royce cars and changing media perceptions of the impact of Germany on the UK business environment. In: S. GILES and P. GRAVES, eds., From classical shades to Vickers Victorious:shifting perspectives in British German Studies. Berne: UNSPECIFIED, pp. 237-253.

HUGHES, N., 1999. Bienvenido Mister España: Spanish aid policy towards Equatorial Guinea since 1979. International Journal of Iberian Studies, 12 (3), pp. 72-81.

HUGHES, N., 1999. The Spanish International Development Co-operation Law: a step in the right direction or the consolidation of a deficient aid model? European Development Policy Study Group, Discussion Papers (13).

HUGHES, N., 1999. The Spanish International Development Co-operation Law: a step in the right direction? Journal of International Development, 11 (2), pp. 16-20.


INKSTER, I., 1999. Inertia and technological change: an elementary typology. In: P. BYE and D. HAYTON, eds., Industrial history and technological development in Europe. Luxembourg: European Commission, pp. 343-348.

INKSTER, I., 1999. Technology transfer in the great climacteric. Machinofacture and international patenting in world development, circa 1850-1914. History of Technology, 21, pp. 87-106.

INKSTER, I. and BRYSON, M., 1999. Industrial man. The life and works of Charles Sylvester, engineer, 1776-1828. Salt Lake City: Jackpot Books. ISBN 0966408845


JENNINGS, S.B., 1999. "The gathering of the elect": the development, nature and social-economic structures of Protestant religious dissent in seventeenth century Nottinghamshire. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


KIDNER, D.W., 1999. Nature and human intelligence. Human Ecology Review, 6 (2), pp. 10-22.

KÖVESI, S., 1999. Sexuality, agency and intertextuality in the later poetry of John Clare. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 1999. Review of Burton Stein's 'A history of India'. Canadian Journal of History, 34, pp. 497-498.

LEAHY, C., 1999. Bilingual problem solving via email: an international collaborative project. In: CALL Conference, Exeter, September, 1999, Exeter.

LEAHY, C., 1999. Email as a learning tool: construction of knowledge online. In: Proceedings of the international conference CALL and the challenge of change, Exeter, September 2001, Exeter, UK.

LEES, L.J., 1999. 'Thou art a verie baggadge': gender and crime in seventeenth-century Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


MCCAFFREY, E., 1999. La 628-E8: la voiture, le progrès et la postmodernité. Cahiers Octave Mirbeau, 6.

MCCAFFREY, E., 1999. Winds of change: the automobile as vehicle of political, technical and textual progress in twentieth century French literature. In: University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA, February 1999, Pittsburgh, PA.

MONTEITH, S., 1999. America's domestic aliens: African Americans and the issue of citizenship in the Thomas Jefferson/Sally Hemings story. In: D. CARTMELL, I.Q. HUNTER, H. KAYE and I. WHELEHAN, eds., Alien identities: exploring difference in film and fiction. London: Pluto Press, pp. 31-48. ISBN 9780745314006

MONTEITH, S., 1999. Between girls: Kaye Gibbons' Ellen Foster and friendship as a monologic formulation. Journal of American Studies, 33 (1), pp. 45-64. ISSN 0021-8758

MONTEITH, S., 1999. Revisiting the 1960s in contemporary fiction: "where do we go from here?". In: P.J. LING and S. MONTEITH, eds., Gender and the civil rights movement. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 215-238. ISBN 9780815330790

MONTEITH, S., 1999. Theorizing friendship: interracial friendships in the American South. Women: A Cultural Review, 10 (2), pp. 139-150. ISSN 0957-4042

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

MURPHY, M., 1999. Auden's Jeremiad: Another Time and Exile from the Just City. Miscelánia, 20, pp. 303-328.

MURPHY, M., 1999. In a time of violence: boredom and the representation of history in six improvisations on the river. In: H. NICKAS, ed., Dimitris Tsaloumas: a voluntary exile. Melbourne: Owl Publishing.

MURPHY, M., 1999. The collected George Garrett. Nottingham: Trent Editions.


PATTEN NOXOLO, P.E., 1999. 'Dancing a yard, dancing abrard': race, space and time in British development discourses. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

PEARCE, A.J., 1999. Huancavelica 1700-1759: administrative reform of the mercury industry in early Bourbon Peru. Hispanic American Historical Review, 79 (4), pp. 233-260.

PETTIFORD, L., 1999. Simply a matter of luck? Why Costa Rica remains a democracy. In: P. BURNELL and P. CALVERT, eds., The resilience of democracy: persistent practice, durable idea. London: Frank Cass, pp. 87-104. ISBN 0714649651

PETTIFORD, L., 1999. Simply a matter of luck? Why Costa Rica remains a democracy. In: P. BURNELL and P. CALVERT, eds., The resilience of democracy: persistent practice, durable idea. London: Frank Cass, pp. 87-104. ISBN 0714649651

PETTIFORD, L. and CURLEY, M., 1999. Changing security agendas and the Third World. London: Pinter. ISBN 1855675382

PHELPS, A., 1999. Locating memorial: the significance of place in remembering Diana. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 5 (2), pp. 111-120.

PRATT, M., 1999. AIDS and the bande dessinée. In: La Bande Dessinée, Glasgow University, Glasgow, June, 1999, Glasgow.

PRATT, M., 1999. Conjuring the disappearing body: suicidal tendencies in French AIDS writing. In: Rethinking Creative Processes, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, February, 1999, Sydney, Australia.

PRATT, M., 1999. French AIDS autobiographies and cultures of self. In: Rethinking Creative Processes, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, February, 1999, Sydney, Australia.

PRATT, M., 1999. Review of: 'Scandal in the ink', by Christopher Robinson. French Studies.


ROWBOTHAM, J., 1999. 'Only when drunk': stereotyping violence. In: Women's History Network Conference, Leeds, February 1999, Leeds.


SOLANKI, M., 1999. [Poems included in anthology]. In: Settling the score - 20 East Midland writers. Loughborough: East Midlands Arts.


TALBOT, M., 1999. Choosing to refuse to be a victim: 'power feminism' and the intertextuality of victimhood and choice. In: Proceedings of the 1998 Berkeley Women and Language Conference.

TALBOT, M., 1999. Feminism and language. In: S. GAMBLE, ed., The Icon critical dictionary of feminism. London: Icon Books.

TALBOT, M., 1999. Fun with intertextuality, or how to miaappropriate feminism. In: Humanities and Social Sciences Research Seminars, University of Sunderland, Sunderland.

TIVERS, J., 1999. How the other half lives: the geographical study of women [translation into Japanese by Yoshida Yusake]. Space, Society and Geographical Thought (4), pp. 66-73.

TIVERS, J., 1999. The home of the British army: the iconic construction of military defence landscapes. Landscape Research, 24 (3), pp. 303-319.


WETHERELL, M. and EDLEY, N., 1999. Negotiating hegemonic masculinity: imaginary positions and psycho-discursive practices. Feminism and Psychology, 9 (3), pp. 335-356.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. C.L.R. James [dictionary entry]. In: Dictionary of cultural theorists,. Sage.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Colonial discourse, postcolonial theory. The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 6.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Fanon: the routes of writing. In: S. HAIGH, ed., Carribean francophone literature. Oxford: Berg.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Ngugi wa Thiong'o. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

WILLIAMS, P., 1999. Totally ideological. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 1 (2), pp. 282-285.

WOODS, G., 1999. André Gide. In: E. CASHMORE and C. ROJEK, eds., Dictionary of cultural theorists. London; New York: Arnold; Oxford University Press, pp. 191-193.

WOODS, G., 1999. Gay theory and criticism. In: Encyclopedia of literary critics and criticism. London: Fitzroy Dearborn, pp. 432-435.

WOODS, G., 1999. Teach yourself lesbian and gay studies. The European English Messenger, 8 (1), pp. 29-34.

WOODS, G., 1999. The art of friendship in Roderick Hudson. In: J.R. BRADLEY, ed., Henry James and homo-erotic desire. Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp. 69-77. ISBN 333732170

WOODS, G., 1999. The sniff of the real. Agenda, 37, pp. 92-97.

WRIGHT, P., 1999. Bühne frei für panzer. Freibeuter, 79 (1999), pp. 16-32.

WRIGHT, P., 1999. Trafficking in history. In: D. BOSWELL and J. EVANS, eds., Representing the nation: a reader: histories, heritage and museums. London: Routdedge, pp. 115-150.

WRIGHT, P., 1999. A conversation with Patrick Keiller. In: P. KEILLER, ed., Robinson in space. London: Reaktion Books, pp. 223-235.

WRIGHT, P., 1999. The river: the Thames in our time. BBC Worldwide.


YOUNGS, T., 1999. 'Why is that white man pointing that thing at me?’ Representations of the Maasai. History in Africa, 26, pp. 427-447. ISSN 0361-5413

YOUNGS, T., 1999. 'A sonnet out of skilly’: Oscar Wilde’s 'The ballad of Reading gaol'. Critical Survey, 11 (3), pp. 40-47. ISSN 0011-1570

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