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Ayres, L., ed. (1995) The passionate intellect: essays on the transformation of classical traditions. New Brunswick, NJ.: Transaction Publishers. ISBN 1560002107.


Bartram, C. (2009) Discourses of Dover Haven: The interface between pragmatic and literary narratives of Dover in the late Sixteenth Century. In: Annual Renaissance Colloquium, May 2009, Canterbury Cathedral Archives, Kent, UK.

Bartram, C. (2003) ‘Melancholic imaginations’: Witchcraft and the politics of melancholia in Elizabethan Kent. Journal of European Studies, 33 (3). pp. 203-211. ISSN 1740-2379.

Bartram, C. (2009) Reconstructing literary life in the provinces with special reference to the Elizabethan gentry of Kent. Archaeologia Cantiana, 129. pp. 113-128. ISSN 0066-5894.

Bartram, C. (2004) Social fabric in Francis Thynne’s ‘Debate between Pride and Lowliness’. In: Richardson, C., ed. Clothing Culture c.1350-1650. Ashgate. pp. 137-149 ISBN 0754638421

Butler, A.M. (2005) Beyond Competing for Beer Money: The Criticism of Christopher Priest. In: Butler, A.M., ed. Christopher Priest: The Interaction. UK: Science Fiction Foundation. pp. 129-145 ISBN 9780903007078

Butler, A.M., ed. (2005) Christopher Priest: the interaction. Foundation Studies in Science Fiction, 6. London: Science Fiction Foundation. ISBN 9780903007078.

Butler, A.M. (2000) Journeys beyond being: the cyberpunk-flavoured novels of Jeff Noon. In: Gatt-Rutter, J., ed. Novel Turns Towards 2000: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Narrative Writing from Western Europe. Melbourne: Vox Hispanica. ISBN 9780646404745

Butler, A.M. (2003) Non-linear narrative(s) in Philip Pullman's Penny Dreadfuls. Foundation: The International Review Of Science Fiction, 88. pp. 75-87. ISSN 0306-4964.

Butler, A.M. (2005) Philip K. Dick, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? In: Johnson, D., ed. The Popular and the Canonical: Debating Twentieth-Century Literature 1940-2000. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. pp. 108-152 ISBN 9780415351690

Butler, A.M. (2005) The Republic of Heaven: The betrayal of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy. In: Moody, N. and Horrocks, C., eds. Children's Fantasy Fiction: Debates for the Twenty First Century. Liverpool, UK: Media Critical and Creative Arts, Liverpool John Moores University and Association for Research in Popular Fictions. pp. 285-298 ISBN 9780954982904

Butler, A.M. (2003) Thirteen ways of looking at the British boom. Science Fiction Studies, 30 (3). pp. 374-393. ISSN 0091-7729.

Butler, A.M. (2005) ''The rumour is we're slaves'' Michael Coney's early novels. In: Weiss, A., ed. Further Perspectives on the Canadian Fantastic: Proceedings of the 2003 Academic Conference on Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. Canada: ACCSFF. pp. 85-96 ISBN 9780954982904


Carruthers, G. and Rawes, A. (2003) Introduction: romancing the Celt. In: Carruthers, G. and Rawes, A., eds. English Romanticism and the Celtic World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 1-19 ISBN 9780521810852

Choong, C. (2018) Illness and disability in Elinor M. Brent-Dyer's Chalet School stories. In: International Centre for Victorian Women Writers: Fifth International Conference: 1920s and 1930s, 16th-17th July, 2018, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, UK. (Unpublished)

Ciocia, S. (2007) Conradian Echoes in Vietnam War Literature: Tim O'Brien's Rewriting of Heart of Darkness in "Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong". Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations, 11 (1). pp. 3-30. ISSN 1362-7902.

Ciocia, S. (2005) ''Journeying Against the Current'': A carnivalesque theatrical apprenticeship in Sarah Waters's Tipping the Velvet. Literary London Journal, 3 (1). ISSN 1744-0807.

Ciocia, S. (2009) Postmodern investigations and falls from grace: the case of Christopher Boone in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. In: The Hockliffe Conference: The History of Books for Children and Young Adults, June 2009, University of Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire, UK.

Ciocia, S. (2009) Postmodern investigations: the case of Christopher Boone in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. Children's Literature in Education, 40 (4). pp. 320-332.

Ciocia, S. (2007) "Queer and Verdant": The textual politics of Sarah Water's neo-Victorian novels. Literary London Journal, 5 (2). ISSN 1744-0807.

Civale, S. (2016) “Reader, I did not even have coffee with him”: Lorrie Moore’s adaptation of Jane Eyre (1847) in A Gate at the Stairs (2009). Studies in the Novel, 48 (3). ISSN 0039-3827.

Civale, S. (2018) Women’s life writing and reputation: a case study of Mary Darby Robinson. Romanticism, 24 (2). pp. 191-202. ISSN 1354-991X.

Civale, S. (2011) The literary afterlife of Frances Burney and the Victorian periodical press. Victorian Periodicals Review, 44 (3). pp. 236-266. ISSN 0709-4698.

Clifford-Amos, T. (2001) "Certaine signes" of "faeryland": Spenser’s Eden of thanksgiving on the defeat of the "monstrous" "dragon" of Albion’s north. Viator, 32 (1). pp. 371-416. ISSN 0083-5897.


Dalton, P. (2007) The date of Geoffrey Gaimar's Estoire des Engleis, the connections of his patrons, and the politics of Stephen's Reign. The Chaucer Review, 42 (1). pp. 23-47. ISSN 0009-2002.


Fraser, H. (2001) Vernon Lee: England, Italy and identity politics. In: Richardson, C. and Smith, G., eds. Britannia, Italia, Germania: Taste and Travel in the Nineteenth Century. Occasional Papers (1). Edinburgh: Visual Arts Research Institute. pp. 175-191 ISBN 9780953986309


Gavin, A. (1997) Anna Sewell: a consideration. Studii de Limbi Si Literaturi Moderne. pp. 33-43.

Gavin, A. (2004) Black Beauty: pacifist novel? The Journal of Children's Literature Studies, 1 (2). pp. 1-13. ISSN 1743-0526.

Gavin, A. (2012) 'C. L. Pirkis (not “Miss”)’: public women, private lives, and the experiences of Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective. In: Gavin, A. and Oulton, C., eds. Writing Women of the Fin de Siècle: Authors of Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 137-150 ISBN 9780230343429

Gavin, A. (2004) Dark horse: a life of Anna Sewell. Stroud: Sutton Publishing. ISBN 9780750928380.

Gavin, A., ed. (1999) David Copperfield. Wordsworth Classics. Ware: Wordsworth. ISBN 9781853260247.

Gavin, A. (2009) Deepen[ing] the power and horror of the original: Caroline Clive’s Paul Ferroll as descendant of Jane Eyre. Revue LISA / LISA e-Journal: Littératures, Histoire des Idées, Images, Sociétés du Monde Anglophone, 7 (4). pp. 64-86. ISSN 1762-6153.

Gavin, A. (2000) I could not complain, nor make known my wants. In: Millenial Animals Conference, July, 2000, Sheffield.

Gavin, A. (2008) Intangible children: longing, loss and the Edwardian dream child in J.M. Barrie's 'The Little White Bird' and Rudyard Kipling's ''They''. In: Gavin, A. and Humphries, A. F., eds. Childhood in Edwardian Fiction: Worlds Enough and Time. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 53-74 ISBN 9780230221611

Gavin, A. (1994) Language among the amazons: conjuring and creativity in Cranford. Dickens Studies Annual, 23. pp. 205-225.

Gavin, A. (2003) Living in a world of make-believe: fantasy, female identity, and modern short stories by women in the British tradition. In: Iftekharrudin, F., Boyden, J., Longo, J. and Rohrberger, M., eds. Postmodern Approaches to the Short Story. Contributions to the Study of World Literature (118). Westport, Connecticut: Praeger. pp. 121-132 ISBN 9780313323744

Gavin, A. (2000) Marginalization and colonization: literary criticism of D. H. Lawrence’s short stories. Etudes Lawrenciennes, 23. pp. 135-45. ISSN 0994-5490.

Gavin, A. (1992) Miriam's mirror: reflections on the labelling of Miriam Leivers. The D. H. Lawrence Review, 24 (1). pp. 27-41. ISSN 001-4936.

Gavin, A., ed. (2008) Paul Ferroll: a tale by Caroline Clive. Critical ed. Valancourt Classics. Kansas City, USA: Valancourt Books. ISBN 9781934555613.

Gavin, A. (2004) Sewell, Anna (1820-1878). In: Matthew, H. and Harrison, B., eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy. From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198614111

Gavin, A. (2004) Sewell, Mary (1797-1884). In: Matthews, H. and Harrison, B., eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: In Association with the British Academy. From the Earliest Times to the Year 2000. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198614111

Gavin, A. (1998) Spirits of the age: ghosts in the Victorian novel. In: Palmer, A., Routledge, C. and Mills, B., eds. Critical Mass: Papers from the English Graduate Colloquium 1996-97. Canterbury: Canterbury Christ Church University College. pp. 19-28 ISBN 9781899253302

Gavin, A. (2000) Straight from the horse’s mouth: first person narrative in Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty. In: International Narrative Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Gavin, A. (2012) Unadulterated childhood: the child in Edwardian fiction. In: Gavin, A., ed. The Child in British Literature: Literary Constructions of Childhood Medieval to Contemporary. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 165-181 ISBN 9780230348271

Gavin, A. (2008) Victorian women writing: the Black Beauty circle. In: Women’s Literary Networks: 1580 to the Present Day, 8 March 2008, London.

Gavin, A. (1999) The autobiography of a horse?: Reading Anna Sewell's Black Beauty as autobiography. In: Hewitt, M., ed. Representing Victorian Lives. Leeds Centre working papers in Victorian studies; v. 2. Leeds: Trinity and All Saints, Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies. pp. 51-62 ISBN 0952563665

Gavin, A. (2012) The child in British literature: an introduction. In: Gavin, A., ed. The Child in British Literature: Literary Constructions of Childhood Medieval to Contemporary. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-18 ISBN 9780230348271

Gavin, A., ed. (2012) The child in British literature: literary constructions of childhood, medieval to contemporary. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230348271.

Gavin, A. and Oulton, C., Gavin, A. and Oulton, C., eds. (2011) Writing women of the fin de siècle: authors of change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230343429.

Gavin, A. and Twycross-Martin, H. (1999) Mary Sewell. In: Shattock, J., ed. The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. 3rd ed. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. p. 434 ISBN 9780521391009


Hardy, L. (2007) F.R. Leavis, E.P. Thompson and the New Left. Socialist History Journal, 30. pp. 1-30. ISSN 0969-4331.

Humphries, A. F. (2017) D.H. Lawrence, transport and cultural transition: 'A great sense of journeying.'. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 9783319508105.

Humphries, A. F. (2007) ''I used to think seein' and hearin' was the only regulation aids to ascertainin' facts'': The relationship between technology and the supernatural in Kipling's ''Traffics and Discoveries''. In: The Kipling Conference, Sept 2007, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, UK.

Humphries, A. F. (2009) 'Seen and not heard': The dissentient child in early Twentieth Century British fiction. In: The Child in British Literature International Conference, Mar 2009, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Humphries, A. F. (2008) Separated lives and discordant homes: the otherness of childhood in D.H. Lawrence's Edwardian fiction. In: Gavin, A. and Humphries, A. F., eds. Childhood in Edwardian Fiction: Worlds Enough and Time. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan. pp. 103-124 ISBN 9780230221611

Humphries, A. F. (2005) Transport and technological mobility D.H. Lawrence's ''The White Peacock''. In: The Edwardians' Conference, Jul 2005, University of Hertfordshire, UK.

Humphries, A. F. and Gavin, A. (2009) The child in its time. In: The Child in British Literature International Conference, Mar 2009, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Igweonu, K. (2015) Zakes Mda. In: Middeke, M., Homman, G. and Schnierer, P., eds. The Methuen Drama Guide to Contemporary South African Theatre. Theatre History and Criticism. London: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. pp. 177-193 ISBN 9781408176702


Johnston, J. and Fraser, H. (2001) The professionalization of women’s writing: extending the canon. In: Shattock, J., ed. Women and literature in Britain: 1800-1900. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 231-250 ISBN 9780521650557

Jones, S.J. (2017) Politics is (almost) personal: writing in the war on terror. M.A. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Kincaid, P. and Butler, A.M., eds. (2006) The Arthur C. Clarke Award: a critical anthology. Serendip Foundation. ISBN 9780955241604.

King, A. (2008) Art, artists and artistry in Ouida’s Italy, 1873-1877. In: Artistry and Industry: Representations of Creative Labour in Literature and the Visual Arts c. 1830-1900, 18-20 July 2008, Exeter.

King, A. (2008) Defiance and persistence: Ouida’s radical conservatism. In: Ouida Centenary Conference, 20 September 2008, Kingston upon Thames.

King, A. (2004) The London Journal 1845-1883: Periodicals, Production and Gender. Ashgate. ISBN 0754633438.

King, A., ed. (2011) The Massarenes by Ouida. New Woman Fiction, 1881–1899, 7. London: Pickering and Chatto. ISBN 9781851966431.

King, A. (2002) Sympathy as subversion? Reading Lady Audley's Secret in the Kitchen. Journal of Victorian Culture, 7 (1). pp. 60-85. ISSN 1355-5502.

King, A. (2011) The VPFA interview. Victorian Popular Fiction Newsletter, 1 (1). pp. 2-6.

King, A. (2008) The character of "Ouida": signature, oeuvre; periodical, text. In: Characters of the Press: 40th Annual Conference of the Research Society for Victorian Periodicals, 4-5 July 2008, Roehampton.

King, A. (2011) The sympathetic individualist: Ouida's late work and politics. Victorian Literature and Culture, 39 (2). pp. 563-579. ISSN 1060-1503.

King, A. and Plunkett, J., eds. (2004) Nineteenth-century popular media. Major Works Series. Routledge. ISBN 0415322502.


Merchant, P. (1991) Arnold's sea of faithlessness: Margaret, the merman, and the cry of the children. Children's Literature in Education, 22 (4). pp. 237-246. ISSN 0045-6713.

Merchant, P., ed. (2008) Elizabeth Gaskell, "The Life of Charlotte Brontë". Wordsworth Literary Lives. Wordsworth. ISBN 9781840225648.

Merchant, P., ed. (2011) F. Anstey, "Vice Versâ, or A Lesson to Fathers". Brighton, Sussex: Victorian Secrets. ISBN 9781906469214.

Merchant, P. (2018) "'Found out' in Dickens". In: 14th Conference of the European Society for the Study of English, 28 August - 1 September 2018, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. (Unpublished)

Merchant, P. (1989) 'Fresh instruction o'er the mind': exploit and example in Victorian fiction. Children's Literature in Education, 20 (1). pp. 9-24. ISSN 0045-6713.

Merchant, P. (1999) From Eliot to Dickens: the descent of the stone slab in Great Expectations. The Dickensian, 92 (2). pp. 132-137.

Merchant, P. (1997) 'Great Expectations' and 'Elizabeth Villiers'. Dickens Quarterly, 14 (4). pp. 243-247. ISSN 0742-5473.

Merchant, P. (1994) "Like a beacon left alone": the position of Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market. Children's Literature in Education, 25 (2). pp. 67-81. ISSN 0045-6713.

Merchant, P. (1996) Magnifying martyrdom: Annie Bonus's Beatrice and the Victorian vision of the early church. Recusant History, 22 (2). pp. 222-230. ISSN 00341932.

Merchant, P. (2018) "Never too late to mend: Betty Trask's cotton glove country". In: "Reassessing Women's Writing of the 1920s and 1930s", 16-17 July 2018, ICVWW, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Merchant, P. (1987) Rehabilitating 'Lorna Doone': prospects and problems. Children's Literature in Education, 18 (4). pp. 240-252. ISSN 0045-6713.

Merchant, P. (1997) Review of Charles Dickens, Great Expectations, ed. Janice Carlisle and of New Casebooks: “Great Expectations,” ed. Roger D. Sell. The Dickensian, 93 (1). pp. 53-55. ISSN 0012-2440.

Merchant, P. (2006) Review of Dickens Studies Annual 35. The Dickensian, 102 (468). pp. 56-58. ISSN 0012-2440.

Merchant, P. (2007) Review of Dickens Studies Annual 36. The Dickensian, 103 (471). pp. 63-65. ISSN 0012-2440.

Merchant, P. (2000) Review of Frank Felsenstein, 'English trader, Indian maid: representing gender, race and slavery in the new world. An Inkle and Yarico reader'. The Scriblerian and the Kit-Kats, 33 (1). pp. 47-48. ISSN 0190-731X.

Merchant, P. (1996) Robert Paltock and the refashioning of 'Inkle and Yarico'. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 9 (1). pp. 37-50. ISSN 0840-6286.

Merchant, P. (1990) Snatched from the sea: the survival of 'Peter Wilkins'. Children's Literature in Education, 21 (2). pp. 67-82. ISSN 0045-6713.

Merchant, P. (2006) Tales told out of school: Anstey’s relation to Dickens and vice versa. The Dickensian, 102 (3). pp. 232-239. ISSN 0012-2440.

Merchant, P. (2016) Thomas Anstey Guthrie's Madhouse Shuffle: steps toward a nightmare scenario. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film (Online First), 42 (2). pp. 146-163. ISSN 1748-3727.

Merchant, P. (2007) Winking through the chinks: Eros and Ellipsis in Robert Browning's 'Love Among the Ruins'. Victorian Poetry, 45 (4). pp. 349-368. ISSN 0042-5206.

Merchant, P. and Waters, C., eds. (2015) Dickens and the imagined child. Farnham: Ashgate. ISBN 9781472423818.

Milnes, T. (1999) Eclipsing art: method and metaphysics in Coleridge's Biographia Literaria. Journal of the History of Ideas, 60 (1). pp. 125-147. ISSN 0022-5037.

Minogue, S. (1999) Displaced poet: location and dislocation in Ivor Gurney’s poetry. The Critical Review, 39. pp. 29-45. ISSN 0070-1548.

Minogue, S. (1999) Introduction to Jane Eyre (including bibliography and notes). In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Jane Eyre. Ware: Wordsworth Press. ISBN 1853260207

Minogue, S. (1999) Introduction to Villette. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Villette. Ware: Wordsworth Press. ISBN 185326072X

Minogue, S. (1999) World War One poetry and the demotic. Colloquium on Politics and the Vernacular in Modern and Contemporary Poetry.


Norman, R. P. (2017) "Ascetic co-operation": Henry Scott Holland and Gerard Manley Hopkins. Collingwood and British Idealism Studies, 23 (1). pp. 67-96. ISSN 1744-9413.

Norman, R. P. (2016) "Ascetic co-operation": Henry Scott Holland and Gerard Manley Hopkins. In: PSA British Idealism Specialist Group Annual Conference 2016, 14th-16th December, 2016, Centre for Idealism and the New Liberalism, the University of Hull.


Oakley-Brown, L. (2005) Framing Robin Hood: textuality and temporality in Anthony Munday's Huntington plays. In: Phillips, H., ed. Robin Hood: Medieval and Post-Medieval. Dublin, Ireland: Four Courts Press. pp. 113-128 ISBN 9781851829316

Oulton, C. (2009) ''But why write them down[?]'': Mary Cholmondeley's diaries and the violation of the female artist. In: Victorian Popular Novelists' Conference, Sept 2009, Institute of English Studies.

Oulton, C. (2010) Child sacrifice and the crisis of gender in Mary Cholmondeley's major fiction. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 53 (2). pp. 204-218. ISSN 1559-2715.

Oulton, C. (2013) Cruel cities in 'Geoffrey’s Wife’ and 'The Fawn Gloves'. In: The Victorian Tactile Imagination, 19-20 July 2013, Birkbeck College, London.

Oulton, C. (2017) Femininity and deviance in Mary Cholmondeley’s The Lowest Rung. In: Reassessing Women’s Writing of the 1900s and 1910s, 10-11 July 2017, Canterbury.

Oulton, C. (2017) 'From “Boy” to “Britain”: popular fiction and the Folkestone Free Library 1881-1902'. In: Institutions of Literature: Institutions as Curators workshop, March 2017, Glasgow.

Oulton, C. (2001) 'The Good Angel of Our Lives': subversive religion in The Woman in White. Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction, 30. pp. 309-320. ISSN 0084-9812.

Oulton, C. (2010) 'I am not by nature domestic': Mary Cholmondeley and the politics of home. In: Women Writers of the Fin de Siècle International Conference, 28 - 29 June 2010, London.

Oulton, C. (2012) Jerome K. Jerome. In: International Centre for Victorian Women Writers Book of the Month series, 11th October 2012, Waterstone's Canterbury.

Oulton, C. (2012) 'Let him remember it in that room, years to come!’: myths of childhood and memory in Dombey and Son and The Haunted Man. In: Dickens and the Idea of 'the Dickensian': A Tale of Four Cities: A Bicentenary Traveling Conference, 2nd-9th February 2012, Chatham.

Oulton, C. (2003) Literature and religion in mid-Victorian England: from Dickens to Eliot. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 0333993373.

Oulton, C., ed. (2009) Mary Cholmondeley, "Diana Tempest". Kansas City, Mo.: Valancourt. ISBN 1934555673.

Oulton, C., ed. (2011) Mary Cholmondeley, "Red Pottage". New Woman Fiction 1881-1899, 9. London: Pickering & Chatto. ISBN 9781851966431.

Oulton, C. (2009) ''Murderous impulse'': Children as victims of violance in Mary Cholmondeley's major fiction. In: Childhood in it's time: The Child in British Literature International Conference, March 2009, Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent, UK.

Oulton, C. (2004) 'My undisciplined heart': romantic friendship in David Copperfield. Dickens Quarterly, 21 (3). pp. 157-169. ISSN 0742-5473.

Oulton, C. (2005) ''Never be divided again'': Armadale and the threat to romantic friendship. Wilkie Collins Society Journal, 7. pp. 31-40. ISSN 0897-2982.

Oulton, C. (2007) Romantic friendship in Victorian literature. Ashgate. ISBN 9780754658696.

Oulton, C. (2012) ‘Shall memory be the only thing to die?' Fictions of childhood in Dickens and Jerome K. Jerome. Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction, 43. pp. 111-124. ISSN 0084-9812.

Oulton, C. (2011) 'Trained to perfection in the lax morals and prurient literature of my day': the metafictional New Woman and her readers. The Latchkey, 2 (2).

Oulton, C. (2007) “What a comrade she would make”: the limits of romantic friendship in Jude the Obscure. Thomas Hardy Journal, 23. pp. 117-125. ISSN 0268-5418.

Oulton, C. (2010) 'Which he never meant to be published on any account': the hidden archive in David Copperfield and Paul Kelver. In: The British Comparative Literature Association XII International Conference: 'Archive', 5-8 July 2010, Canterbury.

Oulton, C. (1998) Wilkie Collins: an interpretation of Christian belief. Wilkie Collins Society Journal, 1. pp. 29-43. ISSN 0897-2982.

Oulton, C. (2008) “ain’t goin’ to have any beastly Erickin'”: the problem of male friendship in Stalky & Co. The Kipling Journal, 82. pp. 56-61. ISSN 0023-1738.

Oulton, C. (2009) ''The bad women are better than the good ones'': the new woman and sexual fall in Cholmondeley's short fiction. In: Oulton, C. and Schatz, S., eds. Mary Cholmondeley Reconsidered. London, UK: Pickering & Chatto Publishers Ltd. pp. 37-48 ISBN 9781851966516

Oulton, C. (2015) ”A coverless book without a title-page”: Heritage and the modern in the Dickens centenary year. In: Victorian Modernities, 25th-27th June, 2015, University of Kent, Canterbury.

Oulton, C. (2013) "An exacting public": Jerome K. Jerome and the new humour. In: Victorian Comedy Conference, 27 April 2013, University College London.

Oulton, C. (2011) ‘going on before me, an innocent romantic boy’: David Copperfield’s Canterbury tale. In: Dickens Fellowship 105th Annual Conference: Dickens and Kent, 28th-31st July 2011, Canterbury.

Oulton, C. (2012) 'lest I, too should remain chained here': Jerome K. Jerome’s London. In: Talk and Book Signing, 22nd November 2012, City of Westminster Archives Centre.

Oulton, C. (2018) “licking the chops of memory”: plotting the social sins of Jekyll and Hyde’. Humanities, 7 (2). ISSN 2076-0787.

Oulton, C. (2011) ‘now to the home of which you are the sunbeam': telling stories in The Wing of Azrael. In: Victorian Popular Fiction Association 3rd Annual Conference: Theme: Sex, Courtship and Marriage in Victorian Popular Fiction, 18th-19th July 2011, Institute for English Studies: University of London.

Oulton, C. (2012) 'A rendezvous for literary London'. Jerome K. Jerome on the Strand. In: Strandlives: Strand Lives Day, 8th May 2012, King's College, London.

Oulton, C. (2009) ''The shadow which I call pain'': Mary Cholmondeley and the dilemma of bodily weakness. Life Writing, 6 (3). pp. 303-312. ISSN 1448-4528.

Oulton, C. (2001) A vindication of religion: Wilkie Collins, Dickens and The Frozen Deep. The Dickensian, 97 (2). pp. 154-158. ISSN 0012-2440.

Oulton, C. (2011) ‘you had an idea that we were rather frivolous': Jerome K. Jerome’s editorial strategies. In: RSVP Conference, 22nd-23rd July 2011, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Oulton, C., Oulton, C. and Gavin, A., eds. (2018) British women’s writing from Brontë to Bloomsbury, 1840-1940. Volume 2: 1860s and 1870s. Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

Overall, S. (2017) Don't walk that way: why heritage sites need psychogeography. In: TAG 2017, 18-20 December 2017, Cardiff University. (Unpublished)

Overall, S. (2017) Reimagining place: creative walking, writing and reading. In: RC21 Leeds: Rethinking Urban Global Justice, 11-13 Sept 2017, University of Leeds. (Unpublished)

Overall, S. (2017) The walking dead, or why psychogeography matters. In: Voss, A. and Wilson, S., eds. Re-enchanting the Academy. Rubedo Press. ISBN 9781943710133

Overall, S. (2015) Walking against the current: generating creative responses to place. Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 8 (1). pp. 11-28. ISSN 1753-5190.


Palmer, A. (2016) ‘“Friend with the musing eye”: persuasion and dissonance in “call to arms” poems of the First World War’. In: Owen, D. and Pividori, C., eds. Writings of Persuasion and Dissonance in the Great War: That Better Whiles May Follow Worse. First ed. Amsterdam: Brill Rodopi. pp. 138-151 ISBN 9789004314917

Palmer, A. (2008) 'In the shade of a ghost gum’: Bruce Chatwin and the rhetoric of the desert. In: Bruce Chatwin - His Work and Life, 19 July 2008, Oxford.

Palmer, A. (2001) Isaac, My Brother. The Jewish Quarterly, 184. pp. 7-14. ISSN 0449-010X.

Palmer, A. (2002) (Re)-visiting Der Heim: the amazing return to the place you've never been which isn’t there. In: Siegel, K., ed. Issues in Travel Writing: Empire, Spectacle, and Displacement. Peter Lang. pp. 245-251 ISBN 0820445800

Palmer, A. (1999) Wanderers and settlers: Bruce Chatwin and the “Jewish element". The Jewish Quarterly. pp. 37-40. ISSN 0449-010X.

Palmer, A. and Minogue, S. (2015) Modernism and First World War poetry: alternative lines. In: Davis, Alex and Jenkins, L., eds. A History of Modernist Poetry. First ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 227-251 ISBN 9781107038677

Plunkett, J. and King, A., eds. (2005) Victorian print media: a reader. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0199270384.


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