Latest Publications

Here is a brief selection of just some of the latest (and forthcoming) books and articles published by Kingston University historians:

John Davis, Grants for HistoryA Guide to Funding, vol. 15, Institute of Historical Research, London (London: IHR, 2014)

John Davis, ‘A Marginal Exhibition? The All-German Exhibition in Berlin, 1844’, in Marta Filipova (ed.), Cultures of International Exhibitions, 1840-1940. Great Exhibitions in the Margins (Ashgate, 2015) 69-91

John Davis & Angus Nicholls (eds.), The Role of Philology in Victorian Thought: Publications of the English Goethe Society, Special double edition (2016)

Sue Hawkins & Helen Sweet (eds.), Colonial Caring: a history of colonial and post-colonial nursing (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015)

Sue Hawkins, ‘I must remind you that the nurse is not the doctor; that she never can be’: gender and hospital nursing in 19th & 20th century England’, Historia Hospitalium, 30 (2016)

Sue Hawkins & Andrea Tanner, ‘Food, Glorious Food: the Functions of Food in British Children’s Hospitals, 1852-1914’, Food & History, 14 (2017)

Marisa Linton, Choosing Terror: Virtue, Friendship and Authenticity in the French Revolution (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013) (paperback edition 2015)

Marisa Linton, ‘Terror and Politics’, chapter in David Andress (ed.), Oxford Handbook of the French Revolution (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) 471-86

Marisa Linton & Mette Harder, ‘Come and Dine’: The Dangers of Conspicuous Consumption in French Revolutionary Politics’, European History Quarterly, 45, 4 (2015) 615-37

Jeremy Nuttall, ‘Pluralism, the People, and Time in Labour Party history, 1931-1964’, The Historical Journal, 56, 3 (2013) 729-756

Jeremy Nuttall, ‘Wilson and Social Change’, chapter in A. Crines & K. Hickson (eds), Harold Wilson: The Unprincipled Prime Minister? (London: Biteback Publishing, 2016)

Jeremy Nuttall, ‘Realities, Modernity and Moralities: British Political Ideas in Action since 1918’, chapter in R. Crowcroft (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Modern British Political History, 1800-2000 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)

Craig Phelan, ‘The Future of European Unions: Radical Prospects?’, chapter in H. Connolly, L. Kretsos & C. Phelan (eds.), Radical Unions in Europe and the Future of Collective Interest Represenation (Oxford & Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2014) 1-29

Craig Phelan, ‘Plus ca change: Trade unions, the military and politics in Burkina Faso, 1966 and 2014′, Labor History 57, 1 (February, 2016) 107-25

Craig Phelan, ‘Radical Visions in Competition: Thomas Sankara and Trade Unionism in Burkina Faso, 1983-1987’, Labor History 58, 3 (August, 2017)

John Stuart, ‘The Most Improbable Diocese of the Anglican Communion’: Mission, Church and Revolution in Lebombo, Mozambique, 1961-1976′, Social Sciences and Missions 29, 1 (2016) 93-117

Steven Woodbridge, ‘History and cultural heritage: The far right and the Battle for Britain’, chapter in Nigel Copsey & John E. Richardson (eds.), Cultures of Post-War British Fascism (Routledge, 2015) 27-48

Steven Woodbridge, ‘Racial Fascism in Britain’, Bereginia 777 Owl, 3, 26 (2015) 152-165 (Russian-language history journal)

Steven Woodbridge, ‘Richmond’s ‘Imps’: The Junior Imperial League in the 1920s’, Richmond History Journal, 37 (May, 2016) 64-69

Steven Woodbridge, ‘Local, Global and Appealing to Women: The Launch of the League of Nations Union in Richmond’, Richmond History Journal, 39 (May, 2018) 63-69

Steven Woodbridge, ‘Land, Home and Nation: The ideology and activities of the Land and Home League, 1911-1918’, Journal of History and Cultures, 9 (2019) 4-29

Steven Woodbridge, ‘Radical Readers: The Left Book Club in Richmond during the 1930s’, Richmond History Journal, 40 (May, 2019) 64-70

For a full selection of articles, books, chapters, conference papers and other important research by Kingston University historians, please visit the University’s Research Repository page:






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