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ABDULLAH, R., WESTON, R., MANSOOR, H., JACKSON, P. and KING, S., 2020. Manufacturing transformational change through asset orchestration. In: M.A. ZAKARIA, A.P.P. ABDUL MAJEED and M.H.A. HASSAN, eds., Advances in mechatronics, manufacturing, and mechanical engineering: selected articles from MUCET 2019. Lecture notes in mechanical engineering . Springer, Singapore, pp. 154-160. ISBN 9789811573088

ADAMS, C., 2020. Dual control: investigating the role of drone (UAV) operators in TV and online journalism. Media and Communication, 8 (3), pp. 93-100. ISSN 2183-2439

ADAMS, C., 2020. News on stage: towards re-configuring journalism through theatre to a public sphere. Journalism Practice. ISSN 1751-2786

ALEXANDER, C., 2020. The recognition imperative behind Taiwan’s public diplomacy: a critical study of Taiwan’s efforts to join the World Health Assembly. International Journal of Taiwan Studies, 3 (1), pp. 44-61. ISSN 2468-8797

ALEXANDER, C. and ROYO I MARINE, A., 2020. Prohibited sub-state public diplomacy: the attempt to dissolve Catalonia's DIPLOCAT. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 16, 238–250. ISSN 1751-8040

ALLERTON-HILTON, L., 2020. The relationship between happiness and capitalism in the fiction of Don DeLillo. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

ALLWOOD, G., 2020. Gender and EU Climate Policy. In: H. MACRAE, A. KRIZSAN, A. VAN DER VLEUTEN and G. ABELS, eds., The Routledge handbook of gender and EU politics. London; New York: Routledge. (Forthcoming)

ALLWOOD, G., 2020. Gender and politics in modern and contemporary France. In: M. DEMOSSIER, D. LEES, A. MONDON and N. PARISH, eds., The Routledge handbook of French politics and culture. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781315656717

ALLWOOD, G., 2020. Mainstreaming gender and climate change to achieve a just transition to a climate-neutral Europe. Journal of Common Market Studies. ISSN 0021-9886


BLACK, G., 2020. Museums and the challenge of change: old institutions in a new world. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780367488307

BLACK, G. and WARBURTON, S., 2020. Coalville heroes. In: M. O'NEILL and G. HOOPER, eds., Connecting museums. Routledge research in museum studies . Abingdon: Routledge, 152 - 169. ISBN 9781138490024

BLAJ-WARD, L., 2020. Digital competence is not enough – we need to instil the values of digital citizenship. Wonkhe Ltd..

BLAJ-WARD, L., 2020. Making external examining fit for the future. Advance HE.

BLAJ-WARD, L. and HANLEY, C., 2020. Colouring outside the lines: using design thinking and (reverse) mentoring to develop critically confident academic writers. In: Pandemic Partnerships and Power (RAISE Partnership SIG), University of Chester, UK [virtual], 02 September 2020.

BLAJ-WARD, L. and MATIC, J., 2020. Navigating assessed coursework to build and validate professional identities: the experiences of fifteen international students in the UK. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. ISSN 0260-2938

BOULÉ, J.-P., 2020. Abdellah Taia, la mélancolie et le cri. Autofictions, etc. . Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon. ISBN 9782729709587 (Forthcoming)

BOULÉ, J.-P., 2020. Mourning in infidèles. In: R. HEYNDELS and A. ZIDOUH, eds., Poétique et politique du désir engagé: autour d'Abdella Taïa. Regards croisés . Caen: Editions Passage(s), pp. 73-86. ISBN 9791094898765

BRABER, N., 2020. Nottingham: City of Literature. Dialect literature and literary dialect. In: P. HONEYBONE and W. MAGUIRE, eds., Dialect writing and the North of England. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 75-102. ISBN 9781474442565

BROOKES, G. and WRIGHT, D., 2020. From burden to threat: a diachronic study of language ideology and migrant representation in the British press. In: P. RAUTIONAHO, A. NURMI and J. KLEMOLA, eds., Corpora and the changing society: studies in the evolution of English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 113-140. ISBN 9789027205438


CAKIRLAR, C., 2020. Ameliorative homecomings: framing the queer migrant in A sinner in Mecca (2015) and Who’s gonna love me now? (2016). The Garage Journal: Studies in Art, Museums and Culture (01), pp. 245-263. ISSN 2633-4534

CHEETHAM, E., 2020. Community and the voluntary hospitals in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, 1900-1946: economy, society, culture. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

CLAY, C., 2020. 'The novelist … must write about politics': Mary Agnes Hamilton and the politics of modern fiction. Women: A Cultural Review, 31 (4), pp. 366-383. ISSN 0957-4042

COFFEY-GLOVER, L., 2020. The boob diaries: discourses of breastfeeding in 'exclusive pumping' blogs. Discourse, Context and Media, 38: 100446. ISSN 2211-6958

COLTMAN-PATEL, T., 2020. Weight stigma in Britain: the linguistic representation of obesity in newspapers. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


DEMMAR, K.J.A.C., 2020. Murder as news. An investigation into homicide as story content in BBC regional television news output. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


FERRIS, D., 2020. The uses of humour and parody in "Feminist Avant-Garde" periodical culture. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

FUGGLE, S., 2020. Reimagining the ruins of the penalscape: Patrick Chamoiseau’s carceral ruinology. Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture. ISSN 1350-4630

FUGGLE, S., 2020. État présent. Dark heritage. French Studies, 74 (3), pp. 438-455. ISSN 0016-1128


GAIR, H., 2020. Discipline, reformation and community in Perth, 1577-1600. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


HOWSON, P., 2020. Building trust and equity in marine conservation and fisheries supply chain management with blockchain. Marine Policy. ISSN 0308-597X (Forthcoming)

HOWSON, P., 2020. Climate crises and crypto-colonialism: conjuring value on the blockchain frontiers of the Global South. Frontiers in Blockchain, 3: 22. ISSN 2624-7852

HOWSON, P., 2020. Ecomodernism: technology, politics and the climate crisis. By Symons, Jonathan. 2019. Cambridge: Polity. Global Environmental Politics, 20, pp. 1-2. ISSN 1526-3800


JONES, P. and KING, S., 2020. Pauper voices, public opinion and workhouse reform in mid-Victorian England. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030478384


KING, S. and BEARDMORE, C., 2020. Contesting the workhouse: life writing, children and the later New Poor Law. In: L.A. O’HAGAN, ed., Rebellious writing: contesting marginalisation in Edwardian Britain. Writing and culture in the long nineteenth century . Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 65-94. ISBN 9781789972917

KING, S. and JONES, P., 2020. Fragments of fury? Lunacy, agency, and contestation in the Great Yarmouth workhouse, 1890s–1900s. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 51 (2), pp. 235-265. ISSN 0022-1953

KING, S. and JONES, P., 2020. Navigating the Old English Poor Law: the Kirkby Lonsdale Letters, 1809-1836. Research in social and economic history . Oxford: Oxford University Press, ix+387. ISBN 9780197266816

KORCZYNSKI, M. and WITTEL, A., 2020. The workplace commons: towards understanding commoning within work relations. Sociology, 54 (4), pp. 711-726. ISSN 0038-0385


MACLEOD, N. and WRIGHT, D., 2020. Forensic linguistics. In: S. ADOLPHS and D. KNIGHT, eds., Routledge handbook of English language and digital humanities. London: Routledge, pp. 360-367.

MASSING, K., 2020. Learning to let go: the process of establishing an ecomuseum in Southwell. Museum International, 71 (3-4), pp. 144-155. ISSN 1350-0775

MCCAFFREY, E., 2020. The ecopoetics of reparation: energy, air and cosmos in Marie Darrieussecq's Tom est mort. Dalhousie French Studies, 115 (1): 4. ISSN 0711-8813

MISRAHI-BARAK, J., SATYANARAYANA, K. and THIARA, N., 2020. Dalit text: aesthetics and politics re-imagined. South Asia Edition ed. Routledge India. ISBN 9781138494572

MONTEITH, S., 2020. SNCC's stories: narrative culture and the African American freedom struggle in the civil rights South. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press. ISBN 9780820358024

MORTON, N., 2020. The Crusader states and their neighbours: a military history, 1099-1187. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198824541

MORTON, N., 2020. The crusades to the eastern Mediterranean, 1095-1291. In: D. PRATT and C.L. TIESZEN, eds., Christian-Muslim relations. A bibliographical history, Volume 15: Thematic essays (600-1600). The history of Christian-Muslim relations (40). Leiden: Brill, pp. 281-306. ISBN 9789004423190


O'SHAUGHNESSY, M., 2020. Beyond neoliberalism? Gift economies in the films of the Dardenne brothers. In: A. KOUTSOURAKIS and T. AUSTIN, eds., Cinema of crisis: film and contemporary Europe. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474448505

OWEN, J., 2020. A barren legacy? The Arabian desert as trope in English travel writing, post-Thesiger. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.


PALMER, S., 2020. Compromised conclusions: market considerations and the open ending in new woman short stories. Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, 16 (1): 3. ISSN 1556-7524


RAMONE, J., 2020. Postcolonial literatures in the local literary marketplace: located reading. New comparisons in world literature . London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137569332

RAMONE, J., 2020. Strange metaphors. In: R. BRADFORD, M. GONZALEZ, S. BUTLER, J. WARD and K. DE ORNELLAS, eds., The Wiley Blackwell companion to contemporary British and Irish literature. Blackwell companions to literature and culture . London: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 9781118902301

REYNOLDS, C. and PARR, C., 2020. Northern Ireland’s 1968 at 50: agonism and protestant perspectives on civil rights. Contemporary British History. ISSN 1361-9462


SMEETON, J. and O'CONNOR, P., 2020. Embodied social work practice within risk society. Journal of Social Work, 20 (5), pp. 673-691. ISSN 1468-0173

SMITH, H., BIRD, K., ROESER, J., ROBSON, J., BRABER, N., WRIGHT, D. and STACEY, P.C., 2020. Voice parade procedures: optimising witness performance. Memory, 28 (1), pp. 2-17. ISSN 0965-8211

SMITH, P.J., 2020. The Roman plays on film. In: R. JACKSON, ed., The new Cambridge guide to Shakespeare on film and television. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 119-133. ISBN 9781108421164

SMITH, P.J., 2020. 'What country, friends, is this?': Tim Supple's Twelfth Night revisited. In: E. SMITH, ed., Shakespeare survey 73: Shakespeare and the city. Shakespeare survey (73). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 161-169. ISBN 9781108830539

STRUKOV, V., ANDREEVA, E., ARAVANI, F., ÇAKIRLAR, C., FLORES, P.D., GROSSMAN, M., INOZEMTSEVA, K., MOSES, S., OUSHAKINE, S.A., RUF, B., ŞENEL, A., TARASOVA, A., VERCOE, C. and YANKOVSKAYA, G., 2020. The Garage Journal’s advisory board on doing research in art institutions. The Garage Journal: Studies in Art, Museums and Culture, 1 (1), pp. 1-21. ISSN 2633-4534


TERRY, L., 2020. Becoming plastic: modernist poetics, (neuro)psychoanalysis and the material object. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

THACKER, A., 2020. Of dust and rubber: rereading Howards End. Études Britanniques Contemporaines (58). ISSN 1168-4917


WADIA, K. and ALLWOOD, G., 2020. Forced marriage and gender transformation: feminist state and civil society networks at the local level. French Politics, 18, pp. 132-152. ISSN 1476-3419

WATERMAN, R., 2020. Sweet nothings. Manchester: Carcanet Press. ISBN 9781784109394

WILLIAMS, A., 2020. Memory of the Kindertransport in national and transnational perspective. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

WILLIAMS, J. and WRIGHT, D., 2020. Pronominal ambiguity and ascriptions of responsibility in the UK daily coronavirus briefings. In: 46th Conference of the Japan Association for English Corpus Studies (JAECS), Virtual, 3-4 October 2020.

WILLIAMS, J. and WRIGHT, D., 2020. “The more we restrict contact, the more we slow the spread of infection”: ambiguity, responsibility and political action in the UK coronavirus briefings. In: Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2020, University of Sussex, 17-19 June 2020.

WRIGHT, D., 2020. The discursive construction of resistance to sex in an online community. Discourse, Context & Media, 36: 100402. ISSN 2211-6958

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2020. Zivilgesellschaft und Erinnerungspolitik in Deutschland seit 1945. Berlin: LIT Verlag. ISBN 9783643147981

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2020. Zivilgesellschaft und Erinnerungspolitik in Deutschland seit 1945. Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2020. The multi-level governance of memory in Germany since 1989. In: Constructions and instrumentalization of the past. A comparative study on memory management in the region. Stockholm: Centre for Baltic and East European Studies at Södertörn University. (Forthcoming)

WÜSTENBERG, J. and SIERP, A., 2020. Agency in transnational memory politics. Worlds of memory . New York: Berghahn. ISBN 9781789206944


ÇAKIRLAR, C., 2020. Açık dolap. Altyazı: Aylık Sinema Dergisi, July, pp. 64-68. ISSN 1303-426X

ÇAKIRLAR, C. and NEEDHAM, G., 2020. The monogamous/promiscuous optics in contemporary gay film: registering the amorous couple in Weekend (2011) and Paris 05:59: Theo & Hugo (2016). New Review of Film and Television Studies, 18 (4), pp. 402-430. ISSN 1740-0309

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