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    Acton, Harry (2019) Reading the nonhuman in D.H. Lawrence's 'Studies in Classic American Literature' and 'Women in Love'. The D. H. Lawrence Review 44 (2), pp. 88-109. ISSN 0011-4936.

    Alambritis, M. and Avery-Quash, S. and Fraser, Hilary (2019) Introduction: Old Masters, Modern Women. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Angel, Katherine (2019) Daddy issues: an essay on fathers and feminism. Peninsula Press. ISBN 9781999922399.


    Bale, Anthony (2019) Afterword: three letters. In: Burger, G. and Crocker, H. (eds.) Medieval Affect, Feeling, and Emotion. Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, p. 203. ISBN 9781108471961.

    Bale, Anthony (2019) Is Brexit a 'crusade'? FifteenthEightyFour ,

    Bale, Anthony (2019) Where did Margery Kempe cry? In: Barbezat, M. and Scott, A. (eds.) Fluid Bodies and Bodily Fluids in Premodern Europe: Bodies, Blood, and Tears in Literature, Theology, and Art. Arc Humanities Press. ISBN 9781641892384.

    Barrow, Daniel (2019) Scars of the visible: the politics of the image in contemporary experimental fiction. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Bauer, Heike (2019) Ralph M. Leck, Vita Sexualis: Karl Ulrichs and the Origins of Sexual Science. [Book Review]

    Bauer, Heike (2019) Review of Not Straight from Germany: Sexual Publics and Sexual Citizenship since Magnus Hirschfeld (Michigan UP, 2017) ed. by Michael Thomas, Taylor, Annette Timm, and Rainer Herrn. [Book Review]

    Bauer, Heike (2019) Veronika Fuechtner; Douglas E. Haynes; Ryan M. Jones (Editors). A Global History of Sexual Science, 1880–1960. xiii + 437 pp., notes, index. Oakland: University of California Press, 2017. $34.95 (paper). ISBN 9780520293397. [Book Review]

    Bell, Julia (2019) Dinner with Martin Amis. Paris Review , ISSN 0031-2037.

    Bell, Julia (2019) The (Dis)order of things. Mal Journal ,

    Bell, Julia (2019) Fear in your water. In: Page, R. (ed.) Resist: Stories of Uprising. Comma Press. ISBN 9781912697076.

    Bell, Julia (2019) Liquid assets. The Times Literary Supplement , ISSN 0307-661X.

    Bintley, Mike (2019) The stones of the wall will cry out: lithic emissaries and marble messengers in Andreas. In: Boulton, M. and Bintley, Mike (eds.) Insular Iconographies: Essays in Honour of Jane Hawkes. Boydell Studies in Medieval Art and Architecture. Boydell and Brewer. ISBN 9781783274116.

    Brooker, Joseph (2019) “Everywhere I look, you could frame it”: David Mitchell’s Mission to Describe. Crossings: A Journal of English Studies 10 , pp. 40-46. ISSN 2071-1107.

    Brooker, Joseph (2019) Flann O'Brien, The Collected Letters of Flann O’Brien. [Book Review]

    Brooker, Joseph (2019) Jonathan Lethem and the galaxy of writing. New Horizons in Contemporary Writing. London, UK: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350003767.

    Brooker, Joseph (2019) Palimpsests: The Flann O’Brien Conference (University College Dublin, 16-19 July 2019). [Book Review]

    Brooker, Joseph (2019) Raymond’s Fen. In: Harle, Matthew and Machin, James (eds.) Of Mud & Flame - A Penda’s Fen Sourcebook. Strange Attractor. ISBN 9781907222689.


    Calè, Luisa (2019) Book illustration. In: Haggarty, S. (ed.) William Blake in Context. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 56-69. ISBN 9781107144910.

    Calè, Luisa (2019) Maria Cosway’s Hours: Cosmopolitan and Classical Visual Culture in Thomas Macklin’s Poets Gallery. In: Haywood, I. and Matthews, S. and Shannon, M. (eds.) Romanticism and Illustration. Studies in Romanticism. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 221-242. ISBN 9781108425711.

    Carville, Daragh (2019) The Bay: Season One. ITV, ITV.

    Carville, Daragh (2019) 'Fifty Years', a contribution to 'A Love Letter to Europe: An Outpouring of Sadness and Hope from Writers, Thinkers and Artists' (Coronet, 2019). In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) A Love Letter to Europe. Coronet, pp. 284-285. ISBN 9781529381092.


    Davis, Isabel (2019) Love, wind eggs, and mere conceptions: non-generation in William Harvey’s De conceptione. Textual Practice 33 (8), pp. 1321-1340. ISSN 0950-236X.

    Davis, Isabel (2019) Tales of the unexpected: A Marian woodcut in The Book of Common Prayer. Notes and Queries 66 (3), pp. 384-387. ISSN 0029-3970.

    Davis, Isabel (2019) The experimental conception hospital: dating pregnancy and the gothic imagination. Social History of Medicine 32 (4), pp. 773-798. ISSN 0951-631X.

    Dolbear, Sam (2019) Names written in invisible ink: Walter Benjamin, friendship and historical generation. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Dovzhyk, Olexandra (2019) The afterlives of Aubrey Beardsley in Russia (1899-1929). [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Dziadosz, Bartłomiej (2019) On the meaning of a cut : towards a theory of editing. [Thesis] (Unpublished)


    Edwards, Caroline (2019) All aboard for Ararat: islands in contemporary flood fiction. ASAP/Journal 4 (1), pp. 211-238. ISSN 2381-4705.

    Edwards, Caroline (2019) Utopia and the contemporary British novel. Cambridge Studies in Twenty-First-Century Literature and Culture. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108498708.

    Eldridge, Pippa (2019) The poetics of sprawl: literary and filmic engagements with American suburbia, 1990-2017. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Academic author rights of presentation on mutable digital platforms. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Additional points in my Plan S response. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Birkbeck updates draft REF code of practice to specify that it will not submit anyone on compulsory redundancy, despite not having any such redundancies anyway. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The British Academy response misrepresents Plan S and OA. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Close Reading with Computers is Published Today and Next Projects. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Close Reading with Computers: Textual Scholarship, Computational Formalism, and David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. ISBN 9781503609365.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Comments on the interim Royal Historical Society response to Plan S. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Digital Humanities, Open Publishing, and Literary Studies. In: Vice-Chancellor's Seminar, 13th November 2019, University of London, London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) (Digital) Ways of Looking. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The Economics and Political-Economics of Open-Access Monograph Publishing. In: Open Access Monographs: From Policy to Reality, October 2nd 2019, University of Cambridge, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Elsevier threatens others for linking to Sci-Hub but does so itself. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Enumerations: Data and Literary Study. Andrew Piper. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018. Pp. xiii+243. [Book Review]

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Fact and Fiction, Proximity and Profundity, Distance and Depth. In: The Mediated Text, 5th April 2019, Loughborough University London. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) From Mars and Back to Close Reading with Computers. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The Future of Open Research and its Impact on Humanities and Social Science. In: Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, 5th December 2019, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) How do you describe this kind of illness? ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) How long does it take to examine a PhD thesis? ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) How to read a (blank) page: on redaction in contemporary fiction. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) I have won the 2019 Philip Leverhulme Prize. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) I have won the 2019 Philip Leverhulme Prize. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) If we choose to align open access to research with geo-political borders we negate the moral value of open access. LSE Impact Blog ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Immunity problems. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) In or out, green or gold? Plan S raises questions for the REF. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Instrumental reading. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Jennifer Egan’s Editorial Processes and the Archival Edition of Emerald City. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Late Modernism, Postmodernism, and After. In: Boxall, Peter (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to British Fiction: 1980–2018. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Learned Societies Plan S report and a note on double dipping. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Learned Societies, Open Access and Budgetary Cross-Subsidy. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) My 2019 in review. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) My Draft Plan S Implementation Guidance Feedback. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) OA and Learned Societies. In: NorthEast Research Libraries Consortium Meeting, 21st June 2019, Washington, DC, USA. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Old Traditions and New Technologies. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) On music, life, Tici Taci, and a new release. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Open Access and Monographs. In: Technē Congress, 10-11 January 2019, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Open Access and the Humanities. fifteeneightyfour ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Open Access and the Slow Onset Storm for the Humanities. In: Fordham/Birkbeck Symposium on Digital Scholarship, 3-5th June 2019, Fordham University, London, UK.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Open Metrics for Monographs Experiment: Final Report. Jisc Open Metrics Lab ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Open Metrics for Monographs: Background Contexts and Literature Review. Jisc Open Metrics Lab ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Open Monographs Metrics Experiment. In: Metrics for Monographs Meeting, 14th October 2019, Jisc Collections, London. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Opting out of league tables is, of course, a type of prestige game. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Philosophy. In: Dalsgaard, Inger H. (ed.) Thomas Pynchon in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Plan S, Alternative Business Models, and Open Access Monographs. In: Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle, 20th November 2019, London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Plan S: Origins, Developments, Speed. In: UKSG 42nd Annual Conference and Exhibition, 8 April - 10 Apr 2019, Telford, England. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The Problems of Unit Costs Per Article. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Publishing and Information. In: Phillips, Angus and Bhaskar, Michael (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Publishing Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (In Press)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Pynchon and the New Materialism. In: Freer, Joanna (ed.) The New Pynchon Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Ratholin. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Reading Redaction: Symptomatic Metadata, Erasure Poetry, and Mark Blacklock’s I’m Jack. Critique: Studies In Contemporary Fiction 60 (3), pp. 330-341. ISSN 0011-1619.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Review of Anthony Uhlmann’s Saint Antony in His Desert. Electronic Book Review , ISSN 1553-1139.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Review of Making Literature Now by Amy Hungerford; Mere Reading: The Poetics of Wonder in Modern American Novels by Lee Clark Mitchell; and Anti-Book: On the Art and Politics of Radical Publishing by Nicholas Thoburn. American Literature 91 (3), ISSN 0002-9831.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Running the PreSonus Quantum interfaces on Windows 7. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Running unoconv on Ubuntu 18.04 and Libreoffice 6. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The Sacred Unreadable Artefact: Digital Preservation, Computational Abundance, and Scarce Access. In: Digital Library Futures: Symposium on Non-Print Legal Deposit, 21st May 2019, University of Cambridge, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Starting an Open Access Journal. In: Publishing Workshop, 29 January 2019, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Text of Digital Library Futures keynote (Cambridge, 21st May 2019). ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Thinking through citation resolution and proposals for consumer-driven, DOI-like metadata repositories. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Thoughts on academic prestige and institutional solvency. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) What size should my music studio be? ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) "What was knowledge for, I would ask myself": Science, Technology, and Pharmakon in David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas. In: Knepper, Wendy and Hopf, Courtney (eds.) David Mitchell: Contemporary Critical Perspectives. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) When infrastructural support clashes with DORA and good research assessment practices. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) A brief note on the RHS Plan S report. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) An expensive but possible way to do Society OA. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The first OA liberated article from my Leverhulme Prize: The Critique of Metamodernism. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) An irony of the 'hierarchy of journals. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) A little more on defamation and CC BY. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The new REF individual circumstances setup: the good and the bad. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The second OA liberated article from my Leverhulme Prize: Natural language generation and authorial labour. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) The supervisory frustrations of AHRC Doctoral Training Partnerships. ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2019) A thought experiment: do we really care about the type of scholarly publishing entity? ,

    Eve, Martin Paul and Byers, Andy and Sanchez, Mauro and Clemente Vega, Paula (2019) Janeway. An Open Insights interview with Martin Paul Eve, Andy Byers and Mauro Sanchez. Open Insights ,

    Eve, Martin Paul and Sayer, Lizzie (2019) Distributed models for open access publishing: Q&A with Martin Eve. International Science Council ,

    Eve, Martin Paul and Willinsky, John and Rieger, Oya (2019) Consortial Funding Models: What are they and how do they work? In: OASPA Webinar, 4th April 2019, Online. (Unpublished)


    Fergus, Emily (2019) 'Goblinlike, fantastic: little people and deep time at the fin de siècle. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Flynn, Molly (2019) Witness onstage: documentary theatre in Twenty-first Century Russia. Theatre: Theory – Practice – Performance. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. ISBN 9781526126191. (In Press)

    Fraser, Hilary (2019) Writing Cosmopolis: the cosmopolitan aesthetics of Emilia Dilke and Vernon Lee. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century (28), pp. 1-19. ISSN 1755-1560.

    Fyfe, Aileen and Eve, Martin Paul and Lawson, Stuart and Moore, Samuel and Neylon, Cameron (2019) Helping learned societies explore Plan S-compliant business models - A proposal. ,


    Halden, Grace (2019) Photography and digital art. In: McFarlane, A. and Murphy, G.J. and Schmeink, L. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Cyberpunk Culture. Routledge Companions. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780815351931.

    Hamblyn, Richard (2019) And now the weather: how technology helped us to predict. [Book Review]

    Hamblyn, Richard (2019) Diamonds in the sky. Countryfile (154), pp. 56-60. ISSN 1752-7287.

    Hamblyn, Richard (2019) Flights of fancy: victorian science and meteorological adventure. [Book Review]

    Hamblyn, Richard (2019) How much are they paying you? The Mechanics Institute Review (16), pp. 1-14.

    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) Introducing the Time and the Arts Special Edition: a Note from the Editor. [Editorial/Introduction]

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

    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.

    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.


    Ilter, Seda (2019) Introduction: Reflections on Turkish theatre. Theatre Research International 44 (3), pp. 291-295. ISSN 0307-8833.

    Ilter, Seda (2019) Researching theatre in Turkey: hopeful thinking from afar. Cambridge University Press.


    Jakeman, Robyn Sarah (2019) Italian futurism and the development of English literary modernism, 1909-1915. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Jeffery, L. and Palladino, M. and Rotter, R. and Woolley, Agnes (2019) Creative engagement with migration. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Jeffery, L. and Palladino, M. and Rotter, R. and Woolley, Agnes (2019) Creative engagement with migration - Special issue of Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture, v.10(1). Intellect.


    Kim, S.J. (2019) Vanilla. Juked ,


    Lauenstein, Eva-Maria (2019) Women's mausoleums imagined: reformation, text and tomb c.1550-1650. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Lawson, Stuart Andrew (2019) Open Access Policy in the UK : from neoliberalism to the commons. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Lem, Pola and Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Plan S: One Year On. Research Europe , pp. 8-9. ISSN 1358-1198.

    Lem, Pola and Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Worried societies air their concerns as they search for Plan S solutions. Research Europe , p. 7. ISSN 1358-1198.

    Leslie, Esther (2019) Anti-Fascism, anti-art, doubt and despair. Third Text 33 (3), pp. 293-313. ISSN 0952-8822.

    Leslie, Esther (2019) Ars Technica in Ethereality. In: Bang Larsen, L. (ed.) Mud Muses – A Rant About Technology. Stockhlom, Sweden: Museum of Modern Art/Moderna Museet, pp. 97-107. ISBN 9789198417753. (In Press)

    Leslie, Esther (2019) Jagode in Smetana: O Esfir Sub in revolucionarmen objecktu. In: Krajnc, M. and Baskar, N. and Kos, J. and Lovrenov, M. (eds.) Oktobrska revolucija in zgodnje-sovjetski film. Zbirka Jesenska filmska šola. Slovenia: Jesenskafilmskasola, Slovenska Kinoteka. ISBN 9789617013085.

    Leslie, Esther (2019) Messianic rays in the Atomic Age: Walter Benjamin in the presence of radioactivity. ALIENOCENE: Journal of the First Outernational ,

    Leslie, Esther (2019) This other atmosphere: against human resources, Emoji, and devices. Journal of Visual Culture 18 (1), pp. 3-29. ISSN 1470-4129.

    Leslie, Esther (2019) Waves and globes in Walter Benjamin’s Microcosmic Cities. In: Dirscherl, M. and Köhler, A. (eds.) Urban Microcosms 1789-1940. ilmr books. London, UK: Institute of Modern Language Research. ISBN 9780854572663.

    Litt, Toby (2019) Patience. Galley Beggar Press.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2019) Always historicize? Penda's Fen in the 1970s. In: Harle, Matthew and Machin, James (eds.) Of Mud and Flame: The Penda's Fen Sourcebook. London, UK: Strange Attractor Press. ISBN 9781907222689.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2019) Corridors: passages of modernity. London: Reaktion Books. ISBN 9781789140538.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2019) Gothic, horror and the weird: shifting paradigms. In: Dennis, D. and Talia, S. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Victorian Literature. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 83-94. ISBN 9781138579866.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2019) Passage of time. Financial Times , pp. 10-11. ISSN 03071766.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2019) Professor Nobody's little lectures on Thomas Ligotti's supernatural horror. The Dark Arts Journal , ISSN 2397-107X.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2019) X-Ray specs. continent 8 (1-2), pp. 186-192. ISSN 2159-9920.


    March, Philip (2019) The influence of Congregationalism on the New Journalism of W. T. Stead, 1870-1901. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Mayo, Nick and Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Journal’s plan to review preprints aims to kill ‘desk rejects’. Times Higher Education ,

    McGovern, Melanie and Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Information labour and shame in Farmer and Chevli’s 'Abortion Eve'. The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship 9 (1), 6.1-6.28. ISSN 2048-0792.

    McKenzie, Lindsay and Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Linking Liability: Sci-Hub, a repository for pirated research papers, is widely acknowledged to be illegal. But is sharing a link to the site illegal, too? Inside Higher Ed ,

    McKenzie, Lindsay and Eve, Martin Paul (2019) Making Monographs Open. Inside Higher Education ,

    Mills, Victoria (2019) Paraphernalia! Victorian Objects by Helen Kingstone, Kate Lister. [Book Review]

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2019) Divine ways of cognition: the burden of the poet-seer in Soyinka's Idanre. In: Oni, D. and Adigun, B. (eds.) The Soyinka Impulse. Ibadan, Nigeria: Bookcraft, pp. 238-255. ISBN 9789785602296.


    Nourpanah, Golnoosh (2019) The Iranian queer. [Thesis] (Unpublished)


    O'Brien, Sean Joseph (2019) Accumulation. In: Pendakis, A. and Szeman, I. and Diamanti, J. (eds.) The Bloomsbury Companion to Marx. Bloomsbury Companions. London, UK: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 251-258. ISBN 9781474278713.

    O'Brien, Sean Joseph (2019) Blacking out: Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man and the historicity of Anti-Blackness. Cultural Critique 105 , pp. 80-105. ISSN 0882-4371.

    Okuhata, Yutaka (2019) Angela Carter's critique of her contemporary world: politics, history, and mortality. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Owen, Louise (2019) How does theatre represent economic systems? In: Bleeker, M. and Kear, A. and Kelleher, J. and Roms, H. (eds.) Thinking Through Theatre: A Critical Companion to Performance. Thinking through Theatre. London, UK: Methuen Drama. ISBN 9781472579607.


    Parejo Vadillo, Ana (2019) Michael Field: Decadent Moderns: 1875-1914. Series in Victorian Studies. Ohio, U.S.: Ohio University Press. ISBN 9780821424018. (In Press)

    Parejo Vadillo, Ana (2019) Poets of style: cultivating artifice in poetries of asceticism and excess. In: Hughes, L.K. (ed.) Cambridge Companion to Victorian Women's Poetry. Cambridge Companions to Literature. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781316856543.


    Rose, Jacqueline (2019) Mothers: an essay on love and cruelty. Faber and Faber. ISBN 9780571331437.

    Rudy, Susan (2019) ‘I don’t know what gender is, but I do, and I can, and we all do’: an interview with Clare Hemmings. European Journal of Women's Studies 26 (2), pp. 211-222. ISSN 1350-5068.

    Rudy, Susan (2019) A queer response to Caroline Bergvall's hyphenated practice: toward an interdependent model of reading. In: Colby, G. (ed.) Reading Experimental Writing. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 163-184. ISBN 9781474440394.


    Shanks, Leonie (2019) The epistolary I: Dorothy Richardson's correspondence and the paper trails of modernism. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Sidi, Leah (2019) Sarah Kane's dramaturgy of psychic life. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Swain, Robert (2019) Theatre director training for classical theatre. In: Theatre Director claasical theatre workshops, 8 March 2014; 9-10 Jan, 14-15 May 2016; 14-15 Jan, 6-7 May 2017; 19-20 May, 1 July 2018, London and Stratford upon Avon, UK.


    Teevan, Colin (2019) Resistance (Rebellion, Series 2). [Video]


    Walsh, Fintan (2019) Contagious performance: between illness and ambience. In: Walsh, Fintan (ed.) Theatres of Contagion: Transmitting Early Modern to Contemporary Performance. Methuen Drama Engage. London, UK: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350085992. (In Press)

    Walsh, Fintan (2019) Encountering the pose. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) The Last Known Pose: Essays and Reflections on the Works of Qasim Riza Shaheen. Manchester, UK: Cornerhouse Productions, pp. 31-34. ISBN 9780956957160.

    Walsh, Fintan (2019) Experiments in time. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2019) On moving and being moved. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2019) The Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish Theatre. [Book Review]

    Walsh, Fintan (2019) Scenes of political crisis. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2019) Viral Hamlet: history, memory, kinship. In: Walsh, Fintan (ed.) Theatres of Contagion: Transmitting Early Modern to Contemporary Performance. Methuen Drama Engage. London, UK: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350085992. (Submitted)

    Warner, Marina (2019) Buck Moon. In: Hosking, S. (ed.) Kiss and Part. Norwich, UK: Canterbury Press. ISBN 9781786221926.

    Warner, Marina (2019) Dream. In: Provost, L. (ed.) Legsicon. Book Works. ISBN 9781906012991.

    Warner, Marina (2019) Living in the country of words. In: Fernyhough, C. (ed.) Others: Writers on Difference. Unbound, pp. 233-251.

    Warner, Marina (2019) Out loud: the experience of literature in the digital space. In: Susheila, N. (ed.) Brave New Words. The Power of Writing Now. Myriad Editions, pp. 223-250. ISBN 9781912408207.

    Warner, Marina (2019) This place of thorns. In: Murad, M. and Shurin, J. (eds.) The Outcast Hours. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 9781781085745.

    Winning, Jo (2019) Both sides, now: voice, affect, and Thirdness. In: Charnock, R. (ed.) Joni Mitchell: New Critical Readings. London, UK: Bloomsbury, pp. 65-82. ISBN 9781501332098.

    Winning, Jo (2019) Djuna Barnes, Thelma Wood and the making of the Lesbian Modernist Grotesque. In: Pender, E. and Setz, C. (eds.) Shattered Objects: Djuna Barnes’ Modernism. Pennsylvannia, U.S.: Penn State University Press, pp. 95-112. ISBN 9780271082202.

    Wiseman, Susan J. (2019) Labour’s loves? Isabella Whitney, Leonard Wheatcroft and the love miscellany. Textual Practice 33 (8), pp. 1363-1387. ISSN 0950-236X.

    Wiseman, Susan J. (2019) Loving beasts. Textual Practice 33 (8), pp. 1475-1478. ISSN 0950-236X.

    Wiseman, Susan J. (2019) Rethinking Renaissance Loves: Introduction. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Wolf, Alexis (2019) “The Original Journals of ‘Kitty’ Wilmot”: manufacturing women’s travel writing in the salon of Helen Maria Williams. European Romantic Review 30 (5-6), pp. 615-637. ISSN 1050-9585.

    Woods, Gillian (2019) Ways of seeing on the Renaissance Stage: speculating on invisibility. Renaissance Drama 47 (2), pp. 125-151. ISSN 0486-3739.

    Woolley, Agnes (2019) Docu/Fiction and the aesthetics of the border. In: Cox, E. and Durrant, S. and Farrier, D. and Stonebridge, L. and Woolley, Agnes (eds.) Refugee Imaginaries: Research Across the Humanities. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9781474443197.

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