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    Eve, Martin Paul and Harris-Birtill, Rose (2021) The Future of the Open Library of Humanities: Milestones, Governance, and Sustainability. Open Library of Humanities 7 (1), ISSN 2056-6700.

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2017) Jenni Fagan, The Sunlight Pilgrims. Foundation: The International Review Of Science Fiction 46.3 (128), pp. 112-114. ISSN 0306-4964.

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2017) 'Looking down time's telescope at myself': reincarnation and global futures in David Mitchell's fictional worlds. KronoScope: The Journal for the Study of Time 17 (2), pp. 163-181. ISSN 1567-715x.

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2016) David Mitchell: Slade House. Foundation: The International Review Of Science Fiction 45.2 (124), pp. 119-121. ISSN 0306-4964.

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2015) David Mitchell: The Bone Clocks. Foundation: The International Review Of Science Fiction 44.1 (120), pp. 131-134. ISSN 0306-4964.

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2015) 'A row of screaming Russian dolls': escaping the panopticon in David Mitchell's number9dream. SubStance 44 (1), pp. 55-70. ISSN 0049-2426.


    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2019) Introducing the Time and the Arts Special Edition: a Note from the Editor. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2018) Introducing the David Mitchell special edition of C21 Literature. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Book Section

    Harris-Birtill, D. and Harris-Birtill, Rose (2021) Understanding computation time: a critical discussion of time as a computational performance metric. In: Misztal, A. and Harris, P.A. and Parker, J.A. (eds.) Time in Variance. The Study of Time 17. Netherlands: Brill. ISBN 9789004470163. (In Press)

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2019) Voicing tragedy in David Mitchell's Libretti: Wake and Sunken Garden. In: Knepper, W. and Hopf, C. (eds.) David Mitchell: Contemporary Critical Perspectives. Contemporary Critical Perspectives. London, UK: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 117-132. ISBN 9781474262118.

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2019) 'Looking Down Time's Telescope at Myself': reincarnation and global futures in David Mitchell's fictional worlds (Winner of the ISST New Scholar's Prize). In: Montemayor, C. and Daniel, R. (eds.) Time's Urgency. The Study of Time 16. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, pp. 16-34. ISBN 9789004408241.

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2016) 'Right yourself as best you may': voicing tragedy in David Mitchell's libretti. In: Current Research in Speculative Fiction 2016, 27 Jun 2016, Liverpool, UK. (Unpublished)

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2014) Mitchell's mandalas: mapping David Mitchell's textual universe. In: David Mitchell Symposium, 09 May 2014, London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Harris-Birtill, Rose After ‘Big History’: the case for (and against) ‘Big Time’. In: 17th Triennial Conference of The International Society for the Study of Time, 23-29 Jun 2019, Los Angeles, U.S.. (Unpublished)

    Harris-Birtill, Rose Literature as ‘alternative facts’: the importance of English Studies in the ‘post-truth’ era. In: English: Shared Futures, 5-7 July 2017, Newcastle, UK. (Unpublished)

    Harris-Birtill, Rose ‘Looking down time’s telescope at myself’: reincarnation and global futures in David Mitchell’s fictional worlds. In: 16th Triennial Conference of the International Society for the Study of Time, 26 Jun - 02 Jul 2016, Edinburgh, UK. (Unpublished)

    Harris-Birtill, Rose Towards a plural post-secular. In: BACLS-WHN 2018 Conference, 10-12 Jul 2018, Loughborough, UK. (Unpublished)


    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2019) David Mitchell's post-secular world: Buddhism, belief and the urgency of compassion. New Horizons in Contemporary Writing. London, UK: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781350078598.


    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2019) KronoScope Time in the Arts special edition. Brill.

    Harris-Birtill, Rose (2018) C21 Literature David Mitchell special edition. The Open Library of Humanities.

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