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    Bale, Anthony (2020) Lydgate's Chaucer. In: Conklin Akbari, S. and Simpson, J. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Chaucer. Oxford Handbooks. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 580-600. ISBN 9780199582655.

    Bale, Anthony (2020) Pilgrims' books. In: Gillespie, A. and Lynch, D. (eds.) The Unfinished Book. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198830801.

    Bale, Anthony (2020) Reflections on Chaucer, Pedagogy, and the Profession of Medieval Studies. New Chaucer Studies: Pedagogy and Profession 1 (1), pp. 5-17.

    Bale, Anthony and Ingham, P. (2020) Chaucer's sense of an ending. In: Grady, F. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to the Canterbury Tales. Cambridge Companions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781316848463.

    Bell, Julia (2020) Radical attention. Peninsula Press. ISBN 9781999922375. (In Press)

    Bintley, Mike (2020) Reading early Medieval landscape and environment: materially engaged approaches to documentary sources. In: Willard, T. (ed.) Reading the Natural World: Perceptions of the Natural World and Environment in the Global Middle Ages and Renaissance. Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: (incl. Co-Publications with Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies [MRTS]) 46. Brepols, pp. 3-20. ISBN 9782503590448.

    Bintley, Mike (2020) Romans, Britons, and the Construction of ‘Anglo-Saxon’ Identity. In: Kaminski-Jones, F. and Kaminski-Jones, R. (eds.) Celts, Romans, Britons: Classical and Celtic Influence in the Construction of British Identities. Classical Presences. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 31-49. ISBN 9780198863076.

    Bintley, Mike (2020) Settlements and strongholds in Early Medieval England: texts, landscapes, and material culture. Studies in the Early Middle Ages 45. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols. ISBN 9782503583846. (In Press)

    Bisson, Robin and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) F1000 buyout may have ‘strange consequences’. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Bisson, Robin and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open access payments pose tracking problem. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Blacklock, Mark (2020) Hinton. London, UK: Granta. ISBN 9781783785209. (In Press)

    Brooker, Joseph (2020) Not winnin’ anymore: Boys from The Blackstuff and the literature of recession. Crossings: A Journal of English Studies , pp. 40-53. ISSN 2071-1107.

    Burdett, Carolyn (2020) Sympathy - Antipathy in Daniel Deronda. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century (29), ISSN 1755-1560.

    Burdett, Carolyn (2020) Vernon Lee 1856-1935. In: Scholl, L. (ed.) Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women Writers. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030027216.

    Burdett, Carolyn and Armstrong, I. (2020) Introduction. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century (29), ISSN 1755-1560.

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    Calè, Luisa (2020) “A Dream of Thiralatha”: promiscuous book gatherings and the wanderings of Blake’s separate plates. Studies in Romanticism 59 (4), pp. 431-445. ISSN 0039-3762.

    Calè, Luisa (2020) Modern Sibyls and sibylline media. Studies in Romanticism 59 (1), pp. 45-69. ISSN 0039-3762.

    Calè, Luisa (2020) Remade. In: Lynch, D. and Gillespie, A. (eds.) The Unfinished Book. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198830801. (In Press)

    Calè, Luisa and Brooker, Marianne (2020) Introduction: Sibylline Leaves. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Clucas, Stephen (2020) “The curious ways to observe weight in Water”: Thomas Harriot and his experiments on specific gravity. Early Science and Medicine 25 (4), pp. 302-327. ISSN 1383-7427 Online.

    Clucas, Stephen and Raylor, T.J. (2020) Kenelm Digby’s two treatises and the reception of the Galilean science of motion. Galileana: Journal of Galilean Studies 17 , pp. 91-116. ISSN 1825-3903.

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    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Academic books I'm writing. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Accelerating Synology RAID 6 (SHR-2) reshapes. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Backlist to the Future: a new business model for university presses and open-access books. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Basic Instinct: On Relatively Simple Computation and Literary Study​. In: ATNU/IES Virtual Speaker Series, 16 December 2020, Newcastle University, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Beyond APCs. In: Beyond APCs: Exploring new, more inclusive business models for open access publishing, 9th April 2020, Digital Webinar. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Close Reading with Computers is now open access at Stanford University Press. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Distance and Depth. Stanford University Press Blog ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Distance and Depth, Computers and Close Reading. In: CDH Seminar, 27th May 2020, University of Cambridge, UK.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Doing it to Ourselves: Pandemic-Proofing Humanities Scholarship. In: CHASE Virtual Encounters, 3-4 December, 2020, Birkbeck, University of London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Edited Collection and its Discontents. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Emergence of Threat Infrastructures: Plan S and Behavioral Change. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Equivocationary Horseshit: Post-Correlationist Aesthetics and Post-Critical Ethics in the Works of David Foster Wallace. Open Library of Humanities 6 (1), ISSN 2056-6700.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Getting the Gist of Reading. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) How can we afford Open Access in the humanities disciplines? Expert Voices ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) How to Fake a 19th-Century Novel. Public Books ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) How to install Ubuntu on the HP Dragonfly Elite (hint: disable Optane). martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) I4OC open citations implementation in Janeway. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) If I could radically reshape copyright law for research. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Is ‘the money in the system’? martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Key Points from The UKRI Open Access Review Consultation Document. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Literature in the Digital Age. The Leverhulme Trust Newsletter ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Museums continue to make third-party licensing for academic scholarship a total pain. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) My 2020 year in review. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) My draft response to the UKRI OA consultation. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Notes on Raym Crow. (2009). Income Models for Open Access: An Overview of Current Practice. SPARC. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Notes on Susan Leigh Star’s ‘The Ethnography of Infrastructure’. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Observer should not offer column inches to allow Oxford College principals to denigrate other universities. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On Reassembling Scholarly Communications. BoOkmArks ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On Reassembling Scholarly Communications: A book about the ethics and egalitarianism of open access. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On Springer and APCs 'in the wild. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On a challenge of print subsidy for OA. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On academic journals as clubs. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On business model generation for open access monographs. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On critical design and designing for provocation. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On participatory design in library architecture. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On the ethics of studying pirate cultures. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On the overhead of 'business models. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) On ‘The Political Histories of UK Public Libraries and Access to Knowledge’. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open Access and Neoliberalism. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (1), pp. 22-26.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open Access in the Plague Year. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The Open Library of Humanities and COPIM. In: Seeking Sustainability: Publishing Models for an Open Access Age, 2nd April 2020, Society for Scholarly Publishing. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Open access monographs and the REF-after-REF 2021. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Opening the Future: Revenue Models for Open-Access Monographs. In: OPERAS Conference: Opening Up Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe: From Promises to Reality, 2-4 November 2020, Online. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Plan S and Alternative Business Models. In: Modern Law Review meeting, 12th February 2020, London School of Economics, London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Rapid-response grants and disciplinary boundaries. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Reading ‘The Democratisation Myth’ and thinking through decolonial OA. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Resolutions, and The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly Parts of Academia. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Rethinking assessment during the pandemic, particularly re. disability equality. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Retractions against racial discrimination. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Some reflections on the politics of open peer review. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Some reflections on the professionalization of my disciplines. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Subscribe to Open and Plan S. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The T&F buyout of F1000 neutralizes the Plan S threat infrastructures. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Textual Scholarship and Contemporary Literary Studies: Jennifer Egan’s Editorial Processes and the Archival Edition of Emerald City. LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory 31 (1), pp. 25-41. ISSN 1043-6928.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Transformative agreements in the time of COVID-19. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Violins in the Subway: Scarcity Correlations, Evaluative Cultures, and Disciplinary Authority in the Digital Humanities. In: Edmond, Jennifer (ed.) Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, pp. 105-122. ISBN 978-1-78374-841-9.

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Why academic bookstores? martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Writing a data management plan. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Zotero and auto-downloading open access books. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) An anecdote on editing. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) davmail uses Java certificate store, not central ca-certificates. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The easing of shielding: the UK government's abrogation of responsibility. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The future of humanities research work and OA monographs. WonkHE ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) A hypothesis: kernel function density estimation and graphing may predict literary critical attention. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) A new funding model for open-access monographs. In: The 15th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing, 18-19 November 2020, Norway, Online. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) The open-access monograph conundrum can be solved. Times Higher Education ,

    Eve, Martin Paul (2020) An update on my Warez book: a book about the artforms of the high-level piracy scene. martineve.com ,

    Eve, Martin Paul and Banks, Chris and Webster, Carrie (2020) Plan S: Understanding challenges and resolving conflicts. In: Research Professional Live 2020: Shaping the Future: Research in an Age of Uncertainty, 5th February 2020, The Royal Society, London, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul and Clemente Vega, Paula and Edwards, Caroline (2020) Lessons From the Open Library of Humanities. LIBER Quarterly 30 (1), ISSN 2213-056X.

    Eve, Martin Paul and Staines, Heather and Farrell, Emily and Berghahn, Vivian (2020) OA Books and Business Models​. In: University Press Redux, 25th June 2020, University of Cambridge, UK. (Unpublished)

    Eve, Martin Paul and Taylor, Joanna (2020) Interview on Close Reading with Computers: Textual Scholarship, Computational Formalism, and David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas. In: New Books Network, 29th September 2020, University of Manchester, UK.

    Eve, Martin and Morka, Agata (2020) On Reassembling Scholarly Communications. In: BoOkmArks, 23rd November 2020, OA Books Network. (Unpublished)

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    Fifield, Peter (2020) Is Literary History sick? Thoughts on a declinist trope. Modernism/Modernity , ISSN 1071-6068. (In Press)

    Fifield, Peter (2020) Modernism and physical illness: sick books. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198825425. (In Press)

    Flynn, Molly (2020) Ivan Vyrypaev and Natalia Vorozhbyt: language, memory, and cultural mythology in Russian and Ukrainian new drama. In: Delgado, M. and Lease, B. and Rebellato, D. (eds.) Contemporary European Playwrights. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138084216.

    Flynn, Molly (2020) Stages of change: Ukraine’s theatre of displaced people. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) New Drama in Russian: Performance, Politics and Protest. Library of Modern Russia. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781788313506. (In Press)

    Fraser, Hilary (2020) British Decadence and Renaissance Italy. In: Murray, A. (ed.) Decadence: A Literary History. Cambridge University Press, pp. 47-64. ISBN 9781108426299.

    Fraser, Hilary (2020) British decadence and Renaissance Italy. In: Murray, A. (ed.) Decadence: A Literary History. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 47-64. ISBN 9781108640527.

    Fraser, Hilary (2020) Sister arts: the life of colour and the colour of life in the work of Alice Meynell and Elizabeth Butler. Word & Image 36 (1), pp. 48-63. ISSN 0266-6286. (In Press)

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    Grove, Jack and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Humanities scholars warn over UKRI’s plan for open-access books. Times Higher Education ,

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    Halden, Grace (2020) British Science Fiction 1990-2017: technology themed fiction in the light of the new millennium and speculative ‘Singularity’. In: Bradford, Richard and Gonzalez, M. and Butler, S. and Ward, J. and De Ornellas, K. (eds.) The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Contemporary British and Irish Literature. Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature Series. Wiley Blackwell, pp. 643-654. ISBN 9781119099796. (Submitted)

    Hosseini, Mohammad and Eve, Martin Paul and Gordijn, Bert and Neylon, Cameron (2020) MyCites: a proposal to mark and report inaccurate citations in scholarly publications. Research Integrity and Peer Review 5 (13),

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    Ingram, Paul (2020) Adorno, dada and the philistine: the immanent negation of the institution of art. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

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    Jones, Sophie A. (2020) Minimalism’s attention deficit: distraction, description, and Mary Robison’s Why Did I Ever. American Literary History 32 (2), pp. 301-327. ISSN 1468-4365.

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    Ketzan, Erik (2020) Groundwork: digital approaches to changes in Thomas Pynchon’s style. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

    Kim, Jodie (2020) Dear Manchester Chinatown. Tarpaulin Sky ,

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    Lem, Pola and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Evolve or Perish. Research Professional ,

    Lem, Pola and Nicholson, Craig and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Resolving Plan S conflicts. Research Fortnight (513), pp. 8-9. ISSN 1358-1198.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Clouds over Somers Town. In: Hatherley, O. (ed.) The Alternative Guide to the London Boroughs. London, UK: Open City. ISBN 9781916016910.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Devices and the designs on us: of dust and gadgets. West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture 27 (1), ISSN 2153-5531. (In Press)

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Taking a beating. In: Hasham, L. (ed.) Heather Phillipson. London, UK: Prestel. ISBN 9783791359526.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) Touchscreen. In: Pryor, S. and Trotter, D. (eds.) Writing, Machine, Code: Modern Technographies. Open Humanities Press. ISBN 9781785420061. (In Press)

    Leslie, Esther (2020) The particulars of the Avant Garde: between aesthetic experience and insult, experiment and insularity. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Neuen Musik 25 , ISSN 0418-3878.

    Leslie, Esther (2020) The street and the fragment aesthetics of experience; aesthetics of the particular in David Frisby. In: Giannakopoulou, G. and Gilloch, G. (eds.) The Detective of Modernity: Essays on the Work of David Frisby. Classical and Contemporary Social Theory. Routledge. ISBN 9780367192563.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Afterword: Weird in the walls. In: Greve, J. and Zappe, F. (eds.) The American Weird: Concept and Medium. London, UK: Bloomsbury, pp. 248-257. ISBN 9781350141193.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Brexitland's dark ecologies. Textual Practice , ISSN 0950-236X. (In Press)

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) The Chinese Virus. Critical Inquiry , ISSN 0093-1896. (In Press)

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Escape from New York. the modernist (36), pp. 58-63. ISSN 2046-2905.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Last and First Men (review). Sight & Sound 30 (7), pp. 68-69. ISSN 0037-4806.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) Lovecraft Country (review). Sight & Sound 30 (8), pp. 74-75. ISSN 0037-4806.

    Luckhurst, Roger (2020) The Omega Factor: the revival of telepathy in the 1970s. In: Schlicht, L. and Seeman, C. and Kassung, C. (eds.) Mind Reading as a Cultural Practice. Palgrave Studies in Science and Popular Culture. London, UK: Palgrave, pp. 43-62. ISBN 9783030394189.

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    Matthews, David and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) Research funders urge caution over demanding ‘excellence’. Times Higher Education ,

    McAllister, David (2020) Dickens’s ‘school of affliction’: learning from death in Nicholas Nickleby and The Old Curiosity Shop. Victoriographies: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century Writing 10 , ISSN 2044-2416. (In Press)

    McIntyre, Fiona and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) REF could demand compliance with Plan S in future. Research Professional ,

    Mills, Victoria (2020) Charles Kingsley's 'Hypatia', visual culture and Late-Victorian gender politics. Journal of Victorian Culture 25 (2), pp. 240-263. ISSN 1355-5502.

    Mills, Victoria (2020) Women and the imagination of museums. In: Scholl, L. (ed.) The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Victorian Women’s Writing. Palgrave. ISBN 9783030027216.

    Msiska, Mpalive Hangson (2020) Wide-angled modernities and alternative metropolitan imaginaries. In: Nasta, S. and Stein, M. (eds.) The Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107195448. (In Press)

    Myerson, Sasha (2020) Global cyberpunk: reclaiming utopia in Japanese cyberpunk film. Science Fiction Film & Television 13 (3), pp. 363-386. ISSN 1754-3789.

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    Pells, Rachael and Eve, Martin (2020) Axing of VAT on digital journals ‘will benefit universities’. Research Fortnight , ISSN 1358-1198.

    Pells, Rachael and Eve, Martin Paul (2020) UKRI move ‘could be huge blow’ for Plan S. Research Professional ,

    Penier, Izabella and Eve, Martin Paul and Grady, Tom (2020) COPIM – Revenue Models for Open Access Monographs 2020. Zenodo ,

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    Severin, Anna and Egger, Matthias and Eve, Martin Paul and Hürlimann, Daniel (2020) Discipline-specific open access publishing practices and barriers to change: an evidence-based review (version 2). F1000Research 7 (1925), ISSN 2046-1402.

    Seymour, Laura (2020) The feasting table as a gateway to hell on the early modern stage and page. Renaissance Studies 34 (3), pp. 392-411. ISSN 0269-1213.

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    Travers, Thomas William Lynn (2020) Delirious USA: the representation of capital in the fiction of Don DeLillo. [Thesis] (Unpublished)

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    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Between breaths. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Climates of denial. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Pathogenic performativity: theatrical contagion and Fascist affect. In: Shepherd-Barr, K. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Theatre and Science. Cambridge Companions to Theatre and Performance. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108676533.

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Pugilistic queer performance: working through and working out. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 26 (4), pp. 701-722. ISSN 1064-2684.

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) ReWild(e)ing Queer performance. Contemporary Theatre Review , ISSN 1048-6801. (In Press)

    Walsh, Fintan (2020) Wound work. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Warner, Marina (2020) Unknowability and pleasure: the case of the vanishing referent. Social Research 87 (1), ISSN 0037-783X. (In Press)

    Wharton, Joanna (2020) Maria Edgeworth and the Telegraph. European Romantic Review 36 (1), ISSN 1050-9585. (In Press)

    Willey, Stephen (2020) Living In: Creative Solidarities in Palestine. Oxford; Saint Germain-en-Laye: The Onslaught Press.

    Winning, Jo (2020) The use of an object: exploring physician burnout through object relations theory. BMJ Medical Humanities , ISSN 1468-215X. (In Press)

    Wiseman, Susan J. (2020) Complaint in the wilderness: Mary Rowlandson speaks with Job. In: Ross, S. and Smith, R. (eds.) Early Modern Women’s Complaint: Gender, Form, and Politics. Early Modern Literature in History. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030429454. (In Press)

    Wiseman, Susan J. (2020) Making ‘Gypsies’ in the English Reformation? Laws, words and texts (1530-1621). Proceedings of the British Academy , ISSN 0068-1202. (In Press)

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