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ALDRIDGE, J. and CROSS, S., 2008. Young people today: news media, policy and youth justice. Journal of Children and Media, 2 (3), pp. 203-218.

ALDRIDGE, J. and CROSS, S., 2008. Young people today: news media, policy and youth justice. Journal of Children and Media, 2 (3), pp. 203-218.

ALLWOOD, G., 2008. The construction of prostitutes and clients in French policy debates. In: V. MUNRO and G. DELLA, eds., Demanding sex? Critical reflections on the regulation of prostitution. Ashgate, pp. 67-82. ISBN 9.78E+12

ANDREWS, K., 2008. 'Herself […] fills the foreground': negotiating autobiography in the 'Elegiac sonnets' and 'The emigrants'. In: J. LABBE, ed., Charlotte Smith in British Romanticism. London: Pickering and Chatto, pp. 13-28. ISBN 9.78E+12

ANDREWS, K., 2008. 'The sad swain deceiv'd': Ann Yearsley, class and the friendship of women. In: J. JORDAN, ed., Desperate housewives: politics, propriety and pornography, three centuries of women in England. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 55-73. ISBN 1847185800


BAILEY, O.G., 2008. Diasporic identities and mediated experiences in everyday life. In: I. RYDIN and U. SJÖBERG, eds., Mediated crossroads: identity, youth culture and ethnicity: theoretical and methodological challenges. Göteborg: Nordicom, pp. 17-38.

BALL, A., 2008. Between a postcolonial nation and fantasies of the feminine: the contested visions of Palestinian cinema. Camera Obscura 69: Feminism, Culture and Media Studies, 23 (3), pp. 1-33. ISSN 0270-5346

BALL, A., 2008. Beyond the liminal: the en-gendering of borders in the contemporary Middle Eastern imagination. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

BALL, A., 2008. Critical exchanges in postcolonial studies, post-9/11. The Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies, 30 (34), pp. 296-315.

BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI, F., 2008. Discourse and/or communication: living with ambiguity. Discourse & Communication, pp. 2-3.

BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI, F., 2008. Facing the future: some reflections. In: F. BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI and M. HAUGH, eds., Face, language and social interaction. London: Equinox.

BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI, F., 2008. Interculturality, 'culture-in-use', and intercultural business discourse. In: W. CHENG and K.K. KONG, eds., Communication in the professions. Collaboration between academics and practitioners. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI, F. and HAUGH, M., 2008. Face, language and social interaction. London: Equinox.

BELBIN, D., 2008. Shouting at the stars. London: Evans. ISBN 9780237535230

BELBIN, D., 2008. The pretender. Nottingham: Five Leaves. ISBN 9781905512515

BENNETT, M., 2008. Historian's approach to the moon landings. Spaceflight, 50 (11), pp. 402-403. ISSN 0038-6340

BENNETT, M., 2008. 'None shall share with him…': Cromwell, Naseby and God. In: New Approaches to the Battle of Naseby: Conference, Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire, 29 June, 2008.

BENNETT, M., 2008. Review of 'Authority and the early Quakers' by Jack P. Dobbs. Quaker Studies, 13 (1), pp. 116-118.

BENNETT, M., 2008. Review of 'Decisive battles of the English Civil War' by M. Wanklyn, 2007. English Historical Review (207).

BENNETT, M., 2008. Review of 'The Quakers in America' by Thomas D. Hamm. Quaker Studies, 13 (1), pp. 116-118.

BENNETT, M., 2008. Review of 'The Renaissance world' edited by J.J. Martin. Cahiers Élisabéthains, 74, pp. 88-91. ISSN 0184-7678

BENNETT, M., 2008. Very public acts of disunion: James VI and I, Francis Bacon and Parliament and the failure of the British Project 1603-1610. In: Seventeenth Century Studies Centre Conference, Durham, July 2008.

BENNETT, M., 2008. A tale of two republics. BBC History, 9, pp. 36-37. ISSN 1469-8552

BLACK, G., 2008. Creating a museum learning environment. In: H. KRAEUTLER, ed., Heritage learning matters. Museums and universal heritage. Vienna: Schlebrügge, pp. 63-76. ISBN 9783851601312

BLACK, G., 2008. Creating a visitor-friendly museum environment. Informationen des Sächsischen Museumsbundes e V, 36, pp. 19-42.

BLACK, G., 2008. Developing new audiences for museums. Neues Museum, die Österreichische Museumzeitschrift, 8 (3), pp. 13-19. ISSN 1015-6720

BLACK, G., 2008. A meaningful connection to the past demands active engagement - an interpreter's thoughts on the display of archaeology. In: H. SWAIN, ed., Presenting the past, the museum archaeologist. London: Society of Museum Archaeologists, pp. 6-14. ISBN 9781871855197

BLAJ-WARD, L., 2008. Doctoral education in the humanities: research training pedagogies in the UK. PhD, The Open University.

BOULÉ, J.-P., 2008. Carole Seymour-Jones, 'A dangerous liaison: Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre', Century, 2008. Times Literary Supplement (16 May). ISSN 0307-661X

BOULÉ, J.-P., 2008. Carole Seymour-Jones, 'A dangerous liaison: Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre', Century, 2008. Sartre Studies International, 14 (1).

BOULÉ, J.-P., 2008. 'Critics lynch the French queen of shock fiction': interview. The Observer, p. 47.

BOULÉ, J.-P., 2008. L'arroseur arrosé: Doubrovsky, his psychoanalyst and autof(r)iction. Essays in French Literature, 45.

BRABER, N. and BUTTERFINT, Z., 2008. Local identity and sound change in Glasgow: a pilot study. University of Leeds (Department of Linguistics and Phonetics), pp. 22-43.

BURCH, S., 2008. Book review: G.J. Ashworth, Brian Graham & J.E. Tunbridge, 'Pluralising pasts: heritage, identity and place in multicultural societies' (London: Pluto Press, 2007). Political Geography, 27 (5), pp. 613-615. ISSN 0962-6298

BURCH, S., 2008. Book review: J. Fernie (ed.), 'Two minds: artists and architects in collaboration' (London, Black Dog Publishing, 2006). Landscape Research, 33 (4), pp. 505-507. ISSN 0142-6397

BURCH, S., 2008. Lindow Man: a bog body mystery (Manchester Museum) [exhibition review]. Museums Journal, 108 (7), pp. 46-49. ISSN 0027-416X

BURCH, S., 2008. A Norwegian grey zone: Knut Rød, Victor Lind and 'The crucial year, 1942'. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 44 (2), pp. 155-172. ISSN 0015-8518

BURCH, S., 2008. Review of the Pontus Hultén Study Gallery, Moderna Museet. Museum Practice, 43, pp. 18-23. ISSN 1359-771X

BURCH, S., 2008. Right to remain silent? , pp. 30-33. ISSN 0027-416X

BURCH, S., 2008. Search engine (National Railway Museum, York) [exhibition review]. Museums Journal, 108 (4), pp. 54-55. ISSN 0027-416X

BURCH, S., 2008. Victoria Gallery & Museum, Liverpool [exhibition review]. Museums Journal, 108 (10), pp. 58-59. ISSN 0027-416X

BURCH, S., 2008. An unfolding signifier: London's Baltic Exchange in Tallinn. Journal of Baltic Studies, 39 (4), pp. 451-473. ISSN 0162-9778

BURCH, S. and ZANDER, U., 2008. Preoccupied by the past - the case of Estonia's Museum of Occupations. Scandia: Tidskrift för Historisk Forskning, 74 (2), pp. 53-73. ISSN 0036-5483

BURKE, T., 2008. Lady Tuite. In: S.C. BEHRENDT, ed., Irish women poets of the romantic period. Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press.


CARBAYO-ABÉNGOZAR, M., 2008. Construyendo la Hispanidad.

CHO, N.J., 2008. [Dictionary entries]. In: Canterbury dictionary of hymnology. AHRC-, MHRA-, Leverhulme.

CHO, N.J., 2008. 'From India's coral strand': an introduction to Ellen Lakshmi Goreh (1853-1937), a British-Indian woman hymn writer. The Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

CHO, N.J., 2008. ' The Glissades Down are simply delicious': Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)'s mountaineering achievements. In: She does what?! The Unexplored Expertise of Women Conference, University of Worcester, 3 May 2008, Worcester.

CHO, N.J., 2008. Hymn metres old and new: authority and gender in British women's hymn writing, 1780-1850. In: Metre Matters: New Approaches to Prosody, 1780-1914, University of Exeter, 3 - 5 July 2008, Exeter.

CHO, N.J., 2008. Review of 'A bruised reed: the life and times of Anne Steele' (Harpendon: Gospel Standard Trust Publications, 2007), by J. R. Broome. The Congregational History Society Magazine.

CHO, N.J., 2008. Theodosia's circle: Anne Steele (1716-1778) and her coterie of dissenting women writers. In: Women's Literary Networks: 1580 to the Present Day, Institute of English Studies, University of London, 8 March 2008, London.

CLAYTON, P. and ROWBOTHAM, J., 2008. An unsuitable and degraded diet? Part one: public health lessons from the mid-Victorian working class diet. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101 (6), pp. 282-289. ISSN 0141-0768

CLAYTON, P. and ROWBOTHAM, J., 2008. An unsuitable and degraded diet? Part two: realities of the mid-Victorian diet. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101 (7), pp. 350-357. ISSN 0141-0768

COLEMAN, D., 2008. Ireland and Islam: Henry V and the 'War on terror'. Shakespeare, 4 (2), pp. 183-195. ISSN 1745-0926

COLEMAN, D., 2008. Ireland and Islam: Henry V and the 'War on terror'. Shakespeare, 4 (2), pp. 183-195. ISSN 1745-0926

CORDLE, D., 2008. 'Do not leave your homes': containment culture and its fallout in Judith Merril's 'Shadow on the hearth'. Cultural Politics, 4 (3), pp. 337-350. ISSN 1743-2197

CORDLE, D., 2008. States of suspense: the nuclear age, postmodernism and United States fiction and prose. Manchester: Manchester University Press. ISBN 978071907712 8

CROSS, S., 2008. Why the 'copycat' theory on suicide coverage is a 'conceptual red herring'. Ethical Space: the International Journal of Communication Ethics, 4 (4), pp. 19-23.

CUMMINGS, L., 2008. Clinical linguistics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748620760


DUTT, S., 2008. Focus: a migrant experience, 8th day. , p. 14.

DUTT, S., 2008. Striving to promote shared values: UNESCO in the troubled world of the 21st century. In: International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, San Francisco, USA, 26 March 2008, San Francisco.


EATON, D., 2008. Human and animal: thinking and feeling a way toward liberation. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

EDLEY, N. and WETHERELL, M., 2008. Discursive psychology and the study of gender: a contested space. In: K. HARRINGTON, L. LITOSSELITI, H. SAUNTSON and J. SUNDERLAND, eds., Gender and language research methodologies. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 161-173. ISBN 9780230550698

EL-ANIS, I., 2008. Towards a United States - Middle East free trade agreement: the US-Jordan FTA model. In: Bilateral Trade - International Political Economy, San Francisco, USA.

EL-ANIS, I., 2008. An assessment of the political economy of trade between Jordan and the United States of America. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


FEATHERSTONE, M., 2008. Imagem corporal/corpo sem imagem. IARA - Revista de Moda Cultura e Arte, 2 (1).

FEATHERSTONE, M., 2008. Tribute to Mike Hepworth (1938-2007). Journal of Aging, Humanities and the Arts.

FEATHERSTONE, M., LASH, S. and ROBERTSON, R., 2008. Global modernities [Bulgarian translation]. Sofia: Critique & Humanism Publishing House.

FEATHERSTONE, M., LASH, S. and ROBERTSON, R., 2008. Global modernities [Ukrainian translation]. Kiev: Nika-Centre Publishing House.

FUGGLE, S., 2008. Discourses of subversion: the ethics and aesthetics of capoeira and parkour. Dance Research, 26 (2), pp. 204-222. ISSN 0264-2875

FUGGLE, S., 2008. Negotiating Paul: between theology and philosophy. Paragraph, 31 (3), pp. 365-374. ISSN 0264-8334

FUGGLE, S., 2008. Parkour: reading or writing the city? In: E. LINDLEY and L. MCMAHON, eds., Rhythms: essays in French literature, film and culture. Berne: Peter Lang, pp. 159-170. ISBN 9783039113491


GENZ, S., 2008. "I'm not a housewife, but...": postfeminism and the revival of domesticity. In: S. GILLIS and J. HOLLOWS, eds., Feminism, domesticity and popular culture. Routledge advances in sociology . Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 49-64. ISBN 9780415963145

GIBERT, M.V., 2008. The difficult exercise of conflict prevention: the European Union in the Mano River Basin (West Africa). In: A. MELBOURN and P. WALLENSTEEN, eds., Third parties and conflict prevention. Gidlund, pp. 115-140. ISBN 9789178443895

GOULD, K.C., 2008. The long Reformation: Catholic. In: A. GERRITSEN, K. GOULD and P. MARSHALL, eds., The European world. An introduction to early modern history. Routledge.

GRIFFIN, R., 2008. The eternal outsider: the western hero as existential archetype. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. ISBN 9783639107128

GRITT, A., 2008. Making good land from bad: the drainage of west Lancashire, c. 1650–1850. Rural History, 19 (1), pp. 1-27. ISSN 0956-7933

GRZELCZYK, V., 2008. Carrots and sticks: the making of an American foreign policy toward North Korea. Korea Observer, 39 (4).


HODGSON, N., 2008. Reinventing Normans as Crusaders? Ralph of Caen's Gesta Tancredi. Anglo Norman Studies, 30, pp. 117-132. ISSN 0954-9927

HODGSON, N., 2008. Women and Crusade. In: The Encyclopaedia of the Crusades. Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, pp. 1285-1291.

HOLLOWS, J., 2008. Domestic cultures. Open University Press.

HUGHES, N., 2008. Blended learning in languages education: the case of Hispanic Studies at Nottingham Trent University. International Journal of Learning, 15 (9), pp. 257-264.


INKSTER, I., 2008. Association, provincialisme et sociologie du progrès technique: le cas de la Grande -Bretagne, entre 1780 et 1914. In: S. BENOIT, G. EMPTOZ and D. WORONOFF, eds., Encourager l'innovation en France et en Europe. Paris: Éditions du CTHS, pp. 329-350. ISBN 2735506224

INKSTER, I., 2008. Japan. Cultural engineering and late development. In: M.R. SMITH, L.N. ROSENBAND and J. HORN, eds., Reconceptualizing the Industrial Revolution. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

INKSTER, I., 2008. Patents as indicators of technological change and innovation: an historical analysis of the Patent Data 1830-1924. In: D. CASTLE and R. GOLD, eds., The role of intellectual property rights in biotechnological innovation. Edward Elgar.

INKSTER, I., 2008. Policies, patents and reliable knowledge – an institutional approach to the climacteric, 1850-1914. Economies et Sociétés [Histoire Economique Quantitative], 38 (1), pp. 461-482.


JACKSON, S., 2008. 'Caban Coch Reservoir'. , p. 16.

JACKSON, S., 2008. 'Huddle and sprawl'. , p. 6.

JACKSON, S., 2008. Milk. Brighton: Pighog Press.

JACKSON, S., 2008. 'Night fishing' and 'White blindness'. , pp. 30-31.

JACKSON, S., 2008. 'Revolution', 'Leftovers' and 'Safeway'. , pp. 49-51.

JACKSON, S., 2008. Showcase poet: 'Clam', 'Hen-house', 'Pig', 'Touch papers', 'Footing'. , pp. 43-45.

JOHNSON, S.A. and BRABER, N., 2008. Exploring the German language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521872089

JOWITT, C., 2008. Mercantile politics in accounts of Drake's circumnavigation 1580-1630. In: C. HOUSTON, ed., New worlds reflected: representations of utopias, new worlds and other worlds 1500-1800. Aldershot: Ashgate.

JOWITT, C. and CAREY, D., 2008. Early modern travel writing [special issue]. UNSPECIFIED.


LAMBERT-HURLEY, S., 2008. Subtle subversions and presumptuous interventions: reforming women's health in Bhopal State. In: A. GHOSH, ed., Behind the veil: resistance, women and the everyday in colonial South Asia. London: Palgrave.

LEAHY, C., 2008. Learner activities in a collaborative CALL task. Computer Assisted language Learning, 21 (3), pp. 253-268. ISSN 0958-8221

LEE, N.J.-Y., 2008. Salute to Mr. Vengeance: Oldboy (2003) and the making of a transnational auteur. In: L. HUNT and L. WING-FAI, eds., East Asian cinemas: exploring transnational connections on film. London: I.B. Tauris, pp. 203-219.

LOCK, G., 2008. Girlfriends [short story]. .


MARTIN, A., 2008. Beauvoir and the transcendence of natality. In: P. ANDERSON, ed., New topics in feminist philosophy of religion: resistance, religion and ethical-political relations. Kluwer.

MCCAFFREY, E., 2008. Book review: D. Provencher, 'Queer French: globalization, language,and sexual citizenship in France' (Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing, 2007). Modern & Contemporary France, 16 (4), pp. 504-505. ISSN 0963-9489

MCCAFFREY, E., 2008. Other Europes: agents of transformation. In: ISET Colloquium. Panel on Religion and Secularity in France, London, 31 January - 1 February 2008, London.

MCCAFFREY, E., 2008. The return of the 'concept' of God in contemporary French thought. [special issue: Religion in Europe]. Journal of European Cultural Studies, pp. 291-304.

MIKULA, M., 2008. Displacement and shifting geographies in the noir fiction by Cesare Battisti. In: P. ALLATSON and J. MCCORMACK, eds., Exile cultures, misplaced identities. Critical studies (30). Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 209-225. ISBN 9789042024069

MIKULA, M., 2008. Key concepts in cultural studies. Palgrave key concepts . New York: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 0230006469

MONTEITH, S., 2008. American culture in the 1960s. Twentieth-century American culture . Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748619474

MONTEITH, S., 2008. Emmett Till's murder in the melodramatic imagination: William Bradford Huie and Vin Packer. In: C. METRESS and H. POLLACK, eds., Emmett Till in literary memory and imagination: new and selected poems. Southern literary studies . Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, pp. 31-52. ISBN 9780807132814

MONTEITH, S., 2008. Sally Hemings in visual culture: a radical act of the imagination? Slavery & Abolition, 29 (2), pp. 233-246. ISSN 0144-039X

MORTON, N., 2008. Leopold VI, Duke of Austria, and his claim to the Cypriot throne. EΠETHPIΔA, pp. 19-35.

MORTON, N., 2008. The Teutonic Knights during the Ibelin-Lombard conflict. In: J. UPTON-WARD, ed., The Military Orders. Volume 4, On land and by sea. Aldershot: Ashgate. ISBN 9780754662877

MUKHERJEE, S., 2008. The zone of "becoming": game, text and technicity in videogame narratives. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

MURPHY, M., 2008. Feckless men and iron ladies: reading Matt Simpson's 'Cutting the clouds towards'. Women: a Cultural Review, 19 (2), pp. 137-155.

MURPHY, M., 2008. The collected poems of Kenneth Allott. Cambridge: Salt.


NEEDHAM, G., 2008. Closer than ever: French cinema and the male body in close-up. In: S. FOUZ-HERNANDEZ, ed., Mysterious skin: the male body in global cinema. I.B. Tauris.

NEEDHAM, G., 2008. Fashioning modernity in the Hong Kong musical. In: L. HUNT and W. LEUNG, eds., East Asian cinemas: exploring transnational connections in film. I.B. Tauris.

NEEDHAM, G., 2008. Playing with genre: introduction to the Italian 'giallo'. In: E. MATHIJS and X. MENDIK, eds., The cult film reader. McGraw-Hill/OUP.

NEEDHAM, G. and DAVIS, G., 2008. Queer TV. Routledge.

NEEDHAM, G. and DAVIS, G., 2008. Queer(ying) 'Lost'. In: R. PEARSON, ed., Reading Lost: critical approaches. I.B. Tauris.

NEWSTEAD, C., 2008. Eric Williams and the University of Woodford Square [encyclopaedia entry]. In: Encyclopedia of the African diaspora: origins, experiences and culture. ABC-CLIO. ISBN 1851097007

NIVEN, B., 2008. Das Buchenwaldkind. Halle: Mitteldeutscher Verlag.

NIVEN, B., 2008. Intertextual references in Berhard Schlink's 'Der Vorleser'. In: H. RASCHE and C. SCHÖNFELD, eds., Denkbilder: Festschrift für Eoin Bourke. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann, pp. 277-285.

NIVEN, B., 2008. On the problems and pitfalls of collective memory. German History.

NIVEN, B., 2008. [Special issue on the subject of memorialisation in Europe since 1945]. UNSPECIFIED.

NIVEN, B., 2008. Today's Germany and the Nazi past. Deutsch Lehren und Lernen (37), pp. 8-11.

NIVEN, B., 2008. War memorials at the intersection of politics, culture and memory. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 1 (1), pp. 39-45.


O'CONNOR, P., 2008. Book review: Giorgio Agamben, Profanations. Philosophy in Review/Comptes Rendus Philosophiques, 28 (4). ISSN 1206-5269

O'CONNOR, P., 2008. Redemption now: Agamben and profane politics. In: Forum for European Philosophy, University College Dublin, Dublin, 11-14 September 2008, Dublin.

O'CONNOR, P., 2008. There is no world without end (salut): Derrida’s phenomenology of the extra-mundane. Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 39 (3).

O'CONNOR, P. and DAFFY, S., 2008. On the importance of not-being earnest: a dialogue with Terry Eagleton. Irish Studies Review, 16 (1).

O'SHAUGHNESSY, M., 2008. Belgium year zero: filming in the ruins of the social. In: Y. SARRI and D. MOUZAKI, eds., Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Thessaloniki International Film Festival: Oxy publications, pp. 22-29. ISBN 9790000000000

O'SHAUGHNESSY, M., 2008. Ethics in the ruins of politics: the Dardenne brothers. In: K. INCE, ed., Five directors: auteurism from Assayas to Ozon. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 59-83. ISBN 9780719074318


PRATT, M., 2008. Forgetting to remember now and then: AIDS, memory and homosexuality in André Téchiné's Les témoins (2007). Australian Journal of French Studies (3), pp. 250-263.

PRATT, M., 2008. Getting it from noise, and other myths: AIDS and intellectuals in France. In: Kuibuji, Shanghai daxue - xini keji daxue. Shanghai: Shanghai University Press. ISBN 9790000000000


RAMONE, J., 2008. East, west, and harmony: the short story as a space for translation. In: A. COX, ed., The short story. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publications.

REYNOLDS, C., 2008. Understanding 1968: the case of Brest. Modern and Contemporary France, 16 (2), pp. 209-222. ISSN 0963-9489

ROWBOTHAM, J., 2008. Murder and motivation: a contextual case study of the Whitechapel murders 1888. In: 7th European Social Science History Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 26 February-1 March, 2008, Lisbon.

ROWBOTHAM, J. and CLAYTON, P., 2008. An unsuitable and degraded diet? Part three: Victorian consumption patterns and their health benefits. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101 (9), pp. 454-462. ISSN 0141-0768


SAMRA-FREDERICKS, D. and BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI, F., 2008. Introduction to the symposium on the foundations of organizing: the contribution from Garfinkel, Goffman and Sacks. Organization Studies, 29 (5), pp. 653-675.

SMITH, A., 2008. Applying the lessons learnt: community involvement in regeneration. Public Policy and Administration, 23 (2), pp. 145-152. ISSN 0952-0767

SMITH, A., 2008. Applying the lessons learnt: community involvement in regeneration. Public Policy and Administration, 23 (2), pp. 145-152. ISSN 0952-0767

SMITH, P.J., 2008. Looking up: the 2008 season at London's Globe Theatre. The Upstart Crow: a Shakespeare Journal, 27, pp. 78-91.

SMITH, P.J., 2008. 'They are actions that a man might play': Hamlet and characterisation - theory, performance, criticism. In: P. BLANC, ed., Selfhood on the English stage in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Cambridge: Scholars Press, pp. 114-128.

SMITH, R., 2008. Cyber-states and the 'sovereignty' of virtual communities. In: E. KOFMAN and G. YOUNGS, eds., Globalization: theory and practice. New York: Continuum, pp. 265-276. ISBN 0826493653

SMITH, S., 2008. Family fortunes. Nottingham: Shoestring Press. ISBN 9781904886754

STEVENS, B., 2008. Pre-Raphaelites. British Museum Press.


TALBOT, M., 2008. Disciplining the dinner ladies: Jamie Oliver's mediated political activism. In: Jornadas de la mujer. Madrid: Computense University Press.

TALBOT, M., 2008. 'It's good to talk'? The undermining of feminism in a British Telecom advertisement. In: G. COOK, ed., The Language of Advertising. London: Routledge, pp. 225-238.

TANAKA, M., 2008. The twelve large colour prints of William Blake: a study on techniques, materials and context. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

TAYLOR, A., 2008. And the weary are at rest. Buffalo, New York: Sunnyoutside Press. ISBN 9781934513101

THACKER, A., 2008. Les goûts modernes: la culture publicitaire visuelle et verbale dans les revues modernistes. In: É. STEAD and H. VEDRINE, eds., L’Europe des revues (1880-1920): estampes, photographies, illustrations. Paris: PUPS. ISBN 9782840505921

THOMPSON, C., 2008. The Grosvenor shipwreck and the figure of the female Crusoe: Hannah Hewit, Mary Jane Meadows, and Romantic-era feminist and anti-feminist debate. English Studies in Africa, 51 (2), pp. 9-20.

TIVERS, J., 2008. Carnivals of running: mass-participation running events and the city. In: RGS-IBG Annual Conference, August 2008.

TIVERS, J., 2008. 'Not a circus, not a freak show': masculinity and performance in a sport for 'extraordinary men'. In: Researching Gender: Principles and Practices in Sport, Leisure and Physical Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, 2008.

TIVERS, J. and BOWLBY, S., 2008. The pre-history of feminist geography [encyclopaedia entry]. In: International encyclopaedia of human geography. UNSPECIFIED.


WALLIS, P. and JECKELLS, D., 2008. Education: using a wiki for collaborative investigations. In: Proceedings of the 1st Interactive Technologies and Games (ITAG) Conference: Education, Health and Disability, 2008. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University, pp. 164-171. ISBN 9.78E+12

WARD, A., 2008. David Dabydeen. Literary Encyclopedia.

WETHERELL, M. and EDLEY, N., 2008. Young men's discourse: critical discursive psychology and the analysis of identity strategies. In: N. COUPLAND and A. JAWORSKI, eds., Sociolinguistics: critical concepts. London: Routledge.

WILKES, K., 2008. Returning the gaze from the margins: decoding representations of gender, race and sexuality in tourist images of Jamaica. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

WOODS, G., 2008. Alla ricerca del camp italiano. Riga, 27, pp. 589-596.

WOODS, G., 2008. Modernism, homosexuality and speech. Meridian: The La Trobe University English Review, 19 (1), pp. 39-56.

WORRALL, D., 2008. Chinese Indians: a James Gillray print, Covent Garden's 'The loves of Bengal', and the eighteenth-century Asian economic ascendancy. European Romantic Review, 19 (2), pp. 105-112. ISSN 1050-9585

WORRALL, D., 2008. Islam on the romantic period stage: Hyder Ali, Tippoo Saib and beyond the captivity narrative. In: M.T. DAVIS and P.A. PICKERING, eds., Unrespectable radicals? Popular politics in the age of reform. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 167-184. ISBN 9780754656197

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Are the Ming Tombs really in Wangford, Suffolk? Stanley Spencer's trip to China. A talk at 'Memory Maps: Image, Place, and Story'. In: Conference at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge University, 02 July 2008, Cambridge.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. China stands up: Maoist peasant or English leveller (English takeaway; reflections on the Anglo-Chinese encounter series). BBC Radio Three.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. 'Dumb-walking-man': Chiang Yee becomes 'The silent traveller' (English takeaway; reflections on the Anglo-Chinese encounter series). BBC Radio Three.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Emanuel Litvinoff's 'Journey through a small planet'. Penguin Classics.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Enemy alien. , p. 21.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Heritage and danger: the place of criticism [keynote lecture]. In: Conference on 'Nostalgia and the Shapes of History', at Queen Mary, University of London, 13 June 2008, London.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Introducing Timothy Neat's film and interviewing Sir Harrison Birtwistle. In: Aldeburgh Festival, 27 June 2008.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Introductory essay on Litvinoff's life and work. In: E. LITVINOFF, ed., Journey through a small planet. Penguin Classics.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Iron Curtain: from stage to Cold War [lecture]. In: Hay Festival, 30 May 2008.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Last orders for the English Aborigine. In: S. DAVIDSON and J. RUTHERFORD, eds., Race, identity and belonging. London: Lawrence and Wishart, pp. 60-71.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Limehouse Chinatown: the opium wars brought home (English takeaway; reflections on the Anglo-Chinese encounter series). BBC Radio Three.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Made in England: some reflections on Broadway Market. BBC Radio Four.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. On civil defence and the staging of modern politics. Vertigo, 4 (1), pp. 3-6.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Real England? Reflections on Broadway Market. Arts Council; BBC.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Real England? Reflections on Broadway Market. Open Democracy.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Review of Shadow sites: photography, archaeology and the British landscape 1927-1955, Cambridge University Press, 2007 [by Kitty Hauser]. Twentieth Century British History, 19 (2), pp. 239-242. ISSN 0955-2359

WRIGHT, P., 2008. The Thames estuary (a sense of place). In: London Festival of Architecture Conference at Tate Modern, 11 July 2008, London.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. Where have all the radical thinkers gone? Discussion featuring Jacqueline Rose, Ernesto Laclau, Peter Dews and Goran Therborn [chair of discussion]. In: Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London, 20 May 2008, London.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. 'A museum of embryos': the Great Exhibition and London's Chinese junk.

WRIGHT, P., 2008. A museum of embryos: the Great Exhibition and London's Chinese junk (English takeaway; reflections on the Anglo-Chinese encounter series). BBC Radio Three.

WUSTENBERG, J. and ART, D., 2008. Using the past in the Nazi successor states from 1945 to the present. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 617 (1), pp. 72-87. ISSN 0002-7162


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