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Carter, Louise (2011) Book review of: The Crimean War in the British imagination. English Historical Review, 126 (522). pp. 1214-1216. ISSN 1477-4534

Carter, Louise (2012) Book review: Domestic affairs: intimacy, eroticism and violence between servants and masters in eighteenth-century Britain. History, 97 (325). pp. 160-162. ISSN 1468-229X

Carter, Louise (2008) British masculinities on trial in the Queen Caroline affair. Gender and History, 20 (2). pp. 248-269. ISSN 1468-0424

Carter, Louise (2019) Brothers in arms? martial masculinities and family feeling in old soldiers’ memoirs 1793-1815. In: Martial masculinities: experiencing and imagining the military in the long nineteenth century. Cultural history of modern war . Manchester university press, Manchester, UK. ISBN 9781526135629

Carter, Louise (2014) Scarlet fever: British women and the military man 1780-1815. In: Britains Soldiers: Rethinking war and Society, 1715-1815. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, UK, pp. 155-182. ISBN 9781846319556

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Duggan, Eddie (2019) Chasing Geese: on the trail of fourteen British-published copies of The Royal Pastime of Cupid, or Entertaining Game of the Snake. Board Game Studies Journal, 13 (1). pp. 111-158. ISSN 2183-3311

Duggan, Eddie (2018) Rough music in square 63: a comparative analysis of the imagery in the final square of English and Dutch editions of The Royal Pastime of Cupid. In: XXI Annual International Board Game Studies Colloquium., 23–26 April 2018, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece..

Duggan, Eddie (2017) The Royal Pastime of Cupid: Two Early English Association Copies. In: XX Annual International Board Game Studies Colloquium, 17–20 May 2017, University of Copenhagen.

Duggan, Eddie (2015) Strange Games: some Iron Age examples of a four-player board game? Board Game Studies Journal (9). pp. 17-40. ISSN 2183-3311

Duggan, Eddie (2014) Strange Games: some Iron Age examples of a four-player board game? In: From Cardboard to Keyboard, XVII Annual International Board Game Studies Colloquium, 20–24 May 2014, UCS Ipswich UK.

Duggan, Eddie (2014) Strange games: some Iron Age examples of a four-player board game? In: “Jeux et Multiculturalité” International Symposium, 20–22 October 2014, Swiss Museum of Games, La Tour-de-Peilz, Switzerland.

Duggan, Eddie (2019) Uncovering Cupid: two hitherto unseen or unknown editions of The Royal Pastime of Cupid, Or New and Most Pleasant Game of the Snake, published by Robert Sayer and Henry Overton. In: XXII Annual International Board Game Studies Colloquium, 7–10 May 2019, Alma Mater Studium, University of Bologna.

Duggan, Eddie (2020) A game on the edge: an attempt to unravel the Gordian Knot of tafl games. Discussion Paper. De Gruyter. (Submitted)

Duggan, Eddie (2018) The royal pastime of cupid: three early printed board games in the Bodleian Library's John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera. Bodleian Library Record. ISSN 0067-9488 (In Press)

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Gill, David (2017) Brian Shefton: classical archaeologist. In: Ark of civilization: refugee scholars and Oxford University, 1930–1945. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 151-160. ISBN 9780199687558

Gill, David (2017) The collection of John Disney, antiquarian and university benefactor. In: With Fresh Eyes: Conference Proceedings Portsmouth 2013 and Colchester 2014. The Museum Archaeologist (36). Society for Museum Archaeology, Colchester, pp. 68-79. ISBN 9781871855265

Greenacre, John (2020) The Admiralty’s interwar planning with the British fishing industry, 1925–1940. Journal for Maritime Research. pp. 1-18. ISSN 2153-3369

Greenacre, John (2014) When opportunity arises: British airborne operations in the Mediterranean 1941-1944. In: Allied fighting effectiveness in North Africa and Italy 1942-1945. BRILL, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 67-84. ISBN 9789004275232

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Osborne, Harvey (2018) Book Review of 'Clothing and landscape in Victorian England: working-class dress and rural life' by Rachel Worth (2018). Social History, 43 (4). pp. 539-541. ISSN 1470-1200

Osborne, Harvey (2018) John Bright’s poacher: poaching, politics and the illicit trade in live game in early Victorian England. Agricultural History Review, 66 (2). pp. 215-237. ISSN 0002-1490

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Stein, Chris, Duggan, Eddie and Triggs, Teal (2017) À la recherche du punk perdu: images, memories and the 1970s. [Show/Exhibition]

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