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    Mangion, Carmen M. (2019) A new Internationalism: endeavouring to ‘build from this diversity, unity’, 1945-1990. Journal of Contemporary History , ISSN 0022-0094. (In Press)

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2018) ‘Tolerable Intolerance’: Protestantism, Sectarianism and voluntary hospitals in late-nineteenth-century London. Medical History 62 (4), pp. 468-484. ISSN 0025-7273.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2015) Book Review: Margaret H. Preston and Margaret Ó hÓgartaigh, Gender and Medicine in Ireland, 1700-1950. Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 38 (1-2), pp. 299-300. ISSN 0703-1459.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2014) Housing the ‘decayed members’ of the middle classes: social class and St Scholastica’s Retreat, 1861-1901. Continuity and Change 29 (3), pp. 373-398. ISSN 0268-4160.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2014) Book Review: E. Fleischmann, S. Grypma, M. Marten & I.M. Okkenhaug (eds.), Transnational and Historical Perspectives on Global Health, Welfare and Humanitarianism. Social History of Medicine 27 (4), pp. 836-8. ISSN 0951-631X.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2014) Book Review: Abbie Reese, Dedicated to God: An Oral History of Cloistered Nuns. Oral History 42 (2), p. 113.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2013) Roundtable on Hilary M. Carey, "God's Empire: Religion and Colonialism in the British World, c.1801-1908". Britain and the World 6 (2), pp. 276-290. ISSN 2043-8567.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2013) Book Review: Rene Kollar, "A Foreign and Wicked Institution? The Campaign against Convents in Victorian England". Recusant History 31 (03), pp. 501-503. ISSN 0034-1932.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2013) Book Review: S. Karly Kehoe, "Creating a Scottish Church: Catholicism, gender and ethnicity in nineteenth-century Scotland". Northern Scotland 4 (1), pp. 96-99. ISSN 0306-5278.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2013) Book review: Nancy Lusignan Schultz, "Mrs. Mattingly's Miracle: The Prince, the Widow and the Cure That Shocked Washington City". Social History of Medicine 26 (1), pp. 157-158. ISSN 0951-631X.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2012) Book Review: Edna Hamer, "Elizabeth Prout, 1820-1864: A Religious Life for Industrial England". Recusant History 31 (02), pp. 309-311. ISSN 0034-1932.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2012) Faith, philanthropy and the aged poor in nineteenth-century England and Wales. European Review of History 19 (4), pp. 515-530. ISSN 1350-7486.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2012) To console, to nurse, to prepare for eternity: the Catholic sickroom in late nineteenth-century England. Women's History Review 21 (4), pp. 657-678. ISSN 0961-2025.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2012) Why would you have me live upon a gridiron?: pain, identity, and emotional communities in Nineteenth-Century English convent culture. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century 15 , ISSN 1755-1560.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2012) The business of life: educating Catholic deaf children in late nineteenth-century England. History of Education 41 (5), ISSN 0046-760X.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2011) Book review: "Nursing and Women’s Labour in the Nineteenth Century: The quest for Independence" by Sue Hawkins. Gender and History 23 (2), pp. 466-468. ISSN 0953-5233.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2011) Book review: "The Forgotten Contribution of the Teaching Sisters: A Historiographical Essay on the Educational Work of Catholic Women Religious in the 19th and 20th Centuries" by Bart Hellinckx, Frank Simon and Marc Depaepe. History of Education Researcher 87 , pp. 42-43. ISSN 1740-2433.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2009) Book review: "Mother and Child: Maternity and Child Welfare in Dublin, 1922-60" by Lindsey Earner-Byrne. Journal of Contemporary History 44 (2), pp. 360-362. ISSN 0022-0094.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2008) Britain's nineteenth-century Catholic almshouses. Catholic Ancestor 12 (2), pp. 73-79. ISSN 1350-1550.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2008) Book review: "Consuming Fantasies: Labor, Leisure, and the London Shopgirl, 1880-1920" by Lise Sanders. Journal of British Studies 47 (1), pp. 239-241. ISSN 0021-9371.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2007) Book Review: Judith Jennings, "Gender, Religion, and Radicalism in the Long Eighteenth Century: The ‘Ingenius Quaker’ and her connections’". Women's History Magazine 57 , pp. 27-28. ISSN 2059-0156.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2007) ‘Laying “Good Strong Foundations”: the power of the symbolic in the formation of a religious sister. Women's History Review 16 (3), pp. 403-415. ISSN 0961-2025.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2006) “Good teacher” or “good religious”?: the professional identity of Catholic women religious in nineteenth-century England and Wales. Women’s History Review 14 (2), pp. 223-242. ISSN 0961-2025.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2006) Book Review: Maria Luddy (ed), "The Crimean Journals of the Sisters of Mercy 1854-56". Nursing History Review 14 , pp. 252-253. ISSN 1062-8061.

    Book Section

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2013) Avoiding "rash and imprudent measures": English nuns in revolutionary Paris, 1789-1801. In: Bowden, C. and Kelly, J.E. (eds.) The English Convents in Exile, 1600–1800: Communities, Culture and Identity. Catholic Christendom, 1300–1700. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 247-263. ISBN 9781409450733.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2013) Developing alliances: faith, philanthropy and fundraising in Nineteenth-Century England. In: Van Dijck, M. and de Maeyer, J. and Tyssens, J. and Koppen, J. (eds.) The Economics of Providence: Management, Finances and Patrimony of Religious Orders and Congregations in Europe 1773 to ca. 1930. KADOC-Studies on Religion, Culture and Society. Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press, pp. 205-226. ISBN 9789058679154.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2013) "Meeting a well-known want": Catholic health care in Nineteenth-Century Britain. In: Bonfield, C. and Reinarz, J. and Huguet-Termes, T. (eds.) Hospitals and Communities, 1100-1960. Oxford, UK: Peter Lang, pp. 239-262. ISBN 9783034302449.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2011) "Give them practical lessons": Catholic women religious and the transmission of nursing knowledge in late Nineteenth-Century England. In: Dinges, M. and Jütte, R. (eds.) The Transmission of Health Practices (c.1500 to 2000). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, pp. 89-104. ISBN 9783515098977.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2010) Women, religious ministry and female institution building. In: Morgan, S. and deVries, J. (eds.) Women, Gender and Religious Cultures in Britain, 1800-1940. Oxford, UK: Routledge, pp. 72-93. ISBN 9780415232135.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2010) The "mixed life": balancing the active with the contemplative. In: Lux-Sterritt, L. and Mangion, Carmen M. (eds.) Gender, Catholicism and Spirituality: Women and the Roman Catholic Church in Britain and Europe 1200-1900. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 165-179. ISBN 9780230577619.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2009) Medical philanthropy and civic culture: Protestants and Catholics united by a "common Christianity". In: Malchau Dietz, S. (ed.) Nursing and History: Proceedings - First Danish History of Nursing Conference. Aarhus, Denmark: Faculty of Health Sciences, Aarhus University. ISBN 9788792261908.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2002) “Places of Memory”: exploring religious archives. In: Gard, R. (ed.) Reflections on Catholic Archives. London, UK: Catholic Archives Society, pp. 50-57. ISBN 9780907712008.


    Mangion, Carmen M., ed. (2013) The Convents and the outside world. English Convents in Exile, 1600–1800 6. London, UK: Pickering and Chatto. ISBN 9781848932159.

    Lux-Sterritt, L. and Mangion, Carmen M., eds. (2010) Gender, Catholicism and spirituality: women and the Roman Catholic Church in Britain and Europe, 1200-1900. Gender and History. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230577602.

    Mangion, Carmen M. (2008) Contested identities: Catholic women religious in nineteenth-century England and Wales. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. ISBN 9780719076275.


    Mangion, Carmen M. (2014) Dickinson, Frances (1755-1830). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

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