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ALASQAH, N., 2021. Interpersonal apology strategies and response to apology in Saudi Arabia. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

ALEXANDER, C.R., 2021. The frontiers of public diplomacy hegemony, morality and power in the international sphere: hegemony, morality and power in the international sphere. New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780367343460

ALHUZAMI, N. and BAILEY, O., 2021. Women’s culture in Saudi Arabia (1900- 1940): an ethnohistorical study. Journal of Arts and Humanities, 10 (5). ISSN 2167-9053

ALLWOOD, G., 2021. EU external climate policy. In: G.L. MAGNUSDOTTIR and A. KRONSELL, eds., Gender, intersectionality and climate institutions in industrialised states. Routledge Studies in Gender and Environments (6). Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 36-51. ISBN 9780367512057

ANDERSON, C., KEBBELL, J. and KING, S., 2021. Introduction: celebrating the centenary of the Howard League for Penal Reform and the Howard Journal. Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, 60 (S1), pp. 6-18. ISSN 2059-1098

APOLLO, A. and MBAH, M.F., 2021. Challenges and opportunities for climate change education (CCE) in East Africa: a critical review. Climate, 9 (6): 93. ISSN 2225-1154

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BALL, A., 2021. Forced migration in the feminist imagination: transcultural movements. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780429325403

BALL, A., 2021. Wingwomen: towards a feminocentric poetics of flight in twenty-first century Palestinian creative consciousness. In: R. GREGORY FOX and A. QABAHA, eds., Post-millennial Palestine: literature, memory, resistance. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 191-208. ISBN 9781800348271

BANCROFT, R., PEARCE, R., CHALLEN, R., JECKELLS, D. and KENNEY, J., 2021. Locating opportunities for building digital confidence in staff. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (22). ISSN 1759-667X

BARCLAY, S. and PELLICER-SÁNCHEZ, A., 2021. Exploring the learning burden and decay of foreign language vocabulary knowledge: the effect of part of speech and word length. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 172 (2), pp. 259-289. ISSN 0019-0829

BHEBHE, A., 2021. How do British teenagers aged 16-18 receive and interpret alcohol messages portrayed in the British soap opera EastEnders? PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

BILTON, D., 2021. Dalit writing in the 21st century: activism and literary aesthetics in contemporary India. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

BLAJ-WARD, L., 2021. Bringing students together synchronously on campus and in Teams: the silver lining to my Covid-19 cloud. Manchester Institute of Education.

BLAJ-WARD, L., 2021. Impactful teaching and learning in the slow lane. Wonkhe Ltd.

BLAJ-WARD, L., HULTGREN, K., ARNOLD, R. and REICHARD, B., 2021. Narratives of innovation and resilience: introduction. In: L. BLAJ-WARD, K. HULTGREN, R. ARNOLD and B. REICHARD, eds., Narratives of innovation and resilience: supporting student learning experiences in challenging times. Renfrew, Scotland: BALEAP: the global forum for EAP professionals, pp. 1-5. ISBN 9780955487439

BLAJ-WARD, L., HULTGREN, K., ARNOLD, R. and REICHARD, B., 2021. Narratives of innovation and resilience: supporting student learning experiences in challenging times. Renfrew, Scotland: BALEAP: the global forum for EAP professionals. ISBN 9780955487439

BLAJ-WARD, L. and JEBALI, A., 2021. Students as pedagogic consultants: first steps from niche experiences and pockets of good practice towards impactful legacy. In: The 2021 National SAP Roundtable, Western Sydney University, Australia [virtual], 23-25 November 2021.

BOULÉ, J.-P., 2021. Mourning and reconciliation: anger, politics, and love. In: D.M. PROVENCHER and S. BOUAMER, eds., Abdellah Taïa’s queer migrations: non-places, affect, temporalities. After the empire: the Francophone world and postcolonial France . Washington DC: Lexington Books, pp. 147-170. ISBN 9781793644862

BRABER, B. and BRABER, N., 2021. From Tangier to Locarno: the experience of war in Nottingham and language use in local newspapers, 1905-1925. Midland History, 46 (3), pp. 318-338. ISSN 0047-729X

BRABER, N. and AMOS, D., 2021. Coal in the blood: an East Midlands mining anthology. Nottingham: Trent Editions. ISBN 9781842331729

BRABER, N., WRIGHT, D. and PAVER, A., 2021. To what extent do social judgements of accents affect voice judgements? In: British Association for Applied Linguistics 2021 conference, Northumbria University, 09-11 September 2021.

BUTLER, R., 2021. 'Not the lingo of Fleet Street': Davies and periodical culture. In: R. WATERMAN, ed., W.H. Davies: essays on the super-tramp poet. London: Anthem Press, pp. 63-80. ISBN 9781785274565

BUTLER, R., 2021. Revisiting Italy: British women travel writers and the Risorgimento, 1844-61. Routledge research in travel writing . London: Routledge. ISBN 9780367459666

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CARTER, N. and KING, S., 2021. ‘I think we ought not to acknowledge them [paupers] as that encourages them to write’: the administrative state, power and the Victorian pauper. Social History, 46 (2), pp. 117-144. ISSN 0307-1022

CARTER, P. and KING, S., 2021. The patient's view as history from below: evidence from the Victorian poor, 1834-71. In: A. HANLEY and J. MEYER, eds., Patient voices in Britain, 1840-1948. Social Histories of Medicine . Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 154-182. ISBN 9781526154880

COOPER-SMITHSON, H., 2021. Entangled times, bodies, texts: mathematical form in contemporary Anthropocene poetry. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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DOAK, J., JACKSON, J., SAUNDERS, C., WRIGHT, D., GÓMEZ FARIÑAS, B. and DURDIYEVA, S., 2021. Cross-examination in criminal trials towards a revolution in best practice? Nottingham: Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University, p. 124.

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FANTONI, G., 2021. Italy through the red lens: Italian politics and society in communist propaganda films (1946–79). Italian and Italian American studies . Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030691967

FANTONI, G., 2021. The Jewish Brigade Group and Italy: a political and historiographical quarrel. Journal of Modern History, 93 (1). ISSN 0022-2801

FUGGLE, S., 2021. Ecologies. In: J. BURNS and D. DUNCAN, eds., Transnational modern languages: a handbook. Liverpool University Press. ISBN 9781800348493 (Forthcoming)

FUGGLE, S., 2021. From Green Hell to grey heritage: ecologies of colour in the penal colony. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. ISSN 1369-801X

FUGGLE, S., 2021. Geopolitics of the colonial prison island: the case of Poulo-Condor (Con Dao). Island Studies Journal. ISSN 1715-2593

FUGGLE, S., 2021. Toxic colonialism: between sickness and sanctuary on Ilet la Mère, French Guiana. Island Studies Journal. ISSN 1715-2593

FUGGLE, S., 2021. The abolition of prison by Jacques Lesage de La Haye. Antipode Online.

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GAGNON CHAINEY, B., 2021. Survivances queers des esthètes: un pas de deux entre Joris-Karl Huysmans et Hervé Guibert. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

GRICE, A., 2021. D. H. Lawrence and the literary marketplace: the early writings. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474458009

GRICE, A., 2021. 'It is astonishing how little literature has to show of the life of the poor': Ford Madox Ford's The English review and D. H. Lawrence's early short fiction. In: E. D'HOKER and C. MOURANT, eds., The modern short story and magazine culture, 1880-1950. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474461085

GUTMAN, Y. and WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. Challenging the meaning of the past from below: a typology for comparative research on memory activists. Memory Studies. ISSN 1750-6980

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HARDING, R., BETTS, L., WRIGHT, D., PEART, S. and SJÖLIN, C., 2021. Adolescent girls' experiences of street harassment: emotions, comments, impact, actions and the law. In: I. ZEMPI and J. SMITH, eds., Misogyny as hate crime. London: Routledge, 121–139. ISBN 9780367903176

HARDY, F., 2021. Vital resonances: encountering film with Varda, Haneke and Nancy. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474436953

HAWORTH, B., 2021. Setting the scene: Shakespeare's liminal spaces and the contestation of authority. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

HODGSON, N., FULLER, A., MORTON, N. and MCCALLUM, J., 2021. Religion and conflict in medieval and early modern worlds: identities, communities and authorities. Themes in medieval and early modern history (9). Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781138323803

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JACKSON, S., 2021. Calling without calling: Barghouti, Derrida and ‘the international day of telephones’. Textual Practice. ISSN 0950-236X

JANSEN, S. and BRABER, N., 2021. FOOT-fronting and FOOT–STRUT splitting: vowel variation in the East Midlands. English Language and Linguistics, 25 (4), pp. 767-797. ISSN 1360-6743

JONES, P., KING, S. and THOMPSON, K., 2021. Clothing the New Poor Law workhouse in the nineteenth century. Rural History. ISSN 0956-7933

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KING, S., 2021. Women, migration and textile work in West Yorkshire, 1800–1851. Family and Community History, 24 (1), pp. 4-23. ISSN 1463-1180

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LEONARD, P., 2021. Sacred shores? Parallax, 27 (1). ISSN 1353-4645 (Forthcoming)

LOVE, R. and WRIGHT, D., 2021. Specifying challenges in transcribing covert recordings: implications for forensic transcription. Frontiers in Communication, 6: 797448. ISSN 2297-900X

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MOLTHAN-HILL, P., BLAJ-WARD, L., MBAH, M.F. and LEDLEY, T.S., 2021. Climate change education at universities: relevance and strategies for every discipline. In: M. LACKNER, B. SAJJADI and W.-Y. CHEN, eds., Handbook of climate change mitigation and adaptation. New York: Springer, pp. 1-64. ISBN 9781461464310

MORTON, N., 2021. The military orders, Volume VII: Piety, pugnacity and property. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781032090481

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NAVAZO-OSTÚA, P., ALADRO-VICO, E. and BAILEY, O., 2021. Processes of legitimization in contemporary art: the young British artists phenomenon. Journal for Cultural Research. ISSN 1479-7585

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PALMER, S., 2021. Prospects for the study of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman. Resources for American Literary Study, 42 (2), pp. 167-190. ISSN 0048-7384

PALOMEQUE RECIO, R., 2021. Who’s your daddy? The sugar baby phenomenon and intimacy in a neoliberal era. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

PARSONS, M.J.A., 2021. Con-fusing bodies: navigating beyond the new French extremity with Jean-Luc Nancy. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

PAVER, A., BRABER, N. and WRIGHT, D., 2021. Examining social and behavioural judgements of British English accents. In: 13th UKLVC Conference, University of Glasgow, 08-10 September 2021.

PAVER, A., WRIGHT, D. and BRABER, N., 2021. Accent judgements for social traits and criminal behaviours: ratings and implications. In: 29th International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics Annual Conference, University of Marburg, 22-25 August 2021.

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REYNOLDS, C., 2021. Recalibrating memories: the divergent afterlife of Northern Ireland's 1968. In: M. MUNRO, W. CLOONAN, B.J. FAULK and C.P. WEBER, eds., Global revolutionary aesthetics and politics after Paris '68. After the Empire: the Francophone world and postcolonial France . London: Lexington Books, pp. 119-137. ISBN 9781793625731

REYNOLDS, C., 2021. The symbiosis of oral history and agonistic memory: Voices of 68 and the legacy of the past in Northern Ireland. Journal of the British Academy, 9 (s3), pp. 73-94. ISSN 2052-7217

REYNOLDS, C. and BULL, A., 2021. Uses of oral history in museums: a tool for agonism and dissonance or promoting a linear narrative? Museum and Society, 19 (3), pp. 283-300. ISSN 1479-8360

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SIMMONS, A., 2021. The African adoption of the Portuguese crusade during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Historical Journal. ISSN 0018-246X

SIMMONS, A., 2021. Desire, myth, and necessity. Latin attempts at integrating Nubians into the Orbis Christianorum of the Holy Land during the twelfth to fifteenth centuries. In: T.K. NIELSEN and K.V. JENSEN, eds., Legacies of the Crusades. Proceedings of the Ninth Conference of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East, Odense, 27 June – 1 July 2016. Volume 1. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 137-156. ISBN 9782503587882

SIMMONS, A., 2021. Red Sea entanglement: initial Latin European intellectual development regarding Nubia and Ethiopia during the twelfth century. Entangled Religions, 11 (5). ISSN 2363-6696

SMITH, P., 2021. 'Blood and soil': Richard II and the politics of landscape. In: M. DAVIES and A. DUXFIELD, eds., Richard II: Arden early modern drama guide. Arden early modern drama . London: Bloomsbury Arden, pp. 87-109. ISBN 9781350064553

STONEMAN, A., 2021. Holding the line: contemporary poetry of British coastal change. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

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WATERMAN, R., 2021. W.H. Davies: essays on the super-tramp poet. London: Anthem Press. ISBN 9781785274565

WATKINS, H., 2021. UK localism in transition and the politics of community. Studies in social and global Justice . London: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 9781786612731

WATKINS, H. and URBINA-MONTANA, M., 2021. Obstinate memory: working class politics and neoliberal forgetting in the UK and Chile. Memory Studies. ISSN 1750-6980 (Forthcoming)

WOODLEY, J., 2021. "Witnessing" lynching in scholarship and in the classroom. Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 20 (1), pp. 122-128. ISSN 1537-7814

WRIGHT, D., 2021. Corpus approaches to forensic linguistics. In: M. COULTHARD, A. MAY and R. SOUSA-SILVA, eds., The Routledge handbook of forensic linguistics. London: Routledge, pp. 611-627. ISBN 9780367137847

WRIGHT, D., 2021. Positioning and responsibility in the opening statements of the Grenfell Tower inquiry: a corpus-assisted analysis. In: 15th International Association of Forensic Linguistics conference, Aston University, 13-15 September 2021.

WUSTENBERG, J. and GUTMAN, Y., 2021. Challenging the meaning of the past from below: a typology for comparative research on memory activists. Memory Studies. ISSN 1750-6980 (Forthcoming)

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. Dark pedagogies in comparative perspective: remembering institutional child abuse. Jeunesse, Winter. ISSN 2268-6606 (Forthcoming)

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. Demokratisierung der erinnerung. Die geschichtswerkstätten-bewegung in der Bundesrepublik. Gerbergasse 18 (100). ISSN 1431-1607

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. Erinnerungskulturen zwischen traditionspflege und konflikt. Ansätze in memory studies. In: S. BERGER, W. JÄGER and U. TEICHMANN, eds., Gewerkschaften im gedächtnis der demokratie: welche rolle spielen soziale kämpfe in der erinnerungskultur? Transcript. ISBN 9783837653809 (Forthcoming)

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. Look at the process, not the outcome. What is memory culture? Goethe-Institut.

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. Protest cycles and contentious moments in memory activism: insights from post-war Germany. In: S. BERGER, S. SCALMER and C. WICKE, eds., Remembering activism: social movements and memory. Remembering the modern world . London: Routledge, pp. 260-279. ISBN 9780367541552

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. Remembering the Shoah "from the ground up": civil society engagement in German and transnational memory. In: C. WIESE, S. VOGT, D. KIESEL and G. SCHNEIDER-LUDORFF, eds., Die Zukunft der Erinnerung: Perspektiven des Gedenkens an Nationalsozialismus und Shoah. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, pp. 71-92. ISBN 9783110710564

WÜSTENBERG, J., 2021. The multi-level governance of memory as a policy field. In: N. MÖRNER, ed., Constructions and Instrumentalization of the past. A comparative study on memory management in the region. CBEES state of the region reports (2020). Stockholm: Centre for Baltic and East European Studies, CBEES, Södertörn University, pp. 69-79. ISBN 9789185139125

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YODER, J., WÜSTENBERG, J., FELDMAN, L.G. and TOPKARA, U., 2021. What is Angela Merkel’s legacy for German memory culture? Society. ISSN 0147-2011

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