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Renshaw, D. (2019) Monsters in the capital: Mrs Beaumont, Count Dracula and demographic fears in fin-de-siècle London. Gothic Studies. ISSN 2050-456X (In Press)

Renshaw, D. (2019) The disillusionment of Robert Dell: the intellectual journey of a Catholic socialist. Intellectual History Review, 29 (2). pp. 337-358. ISSN 1749-6985 doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/17496977.2017.1370898

Renshaw, D. (2019) The other diasporas - Western and Southern European migrants in Charles Booth’s Life and Labour of the People in London. Journal of Migration History, 5 (1). pp. 134-159. ISSN 2351-9924 doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/23519924-00501006

Renshaw, D. (2018) The violent frontline: space, ethnicity and confronting the state in Edwardian Spitalfields and 1980s Brixton. Contemporary British History, 32 (2). pp. 231-252. ISSN 1743-7997 doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/13619462.2018.1434001

Renshaw, D. (2016) Prejudice and paranoia: a comparative study of antisemitism and Sinophobia in turn-of-the-century Britain. Patterns of Prejudice, 50 (1). pp. 38-60. ISSN 1461-7331 doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/0031322X.2015.1127646

Renshaw, D. (2014) Control, cohesion and faith – a comparative discussion of immigrant communal control in the turn-of-the-century East End. Socialist History, 45. ISSN 0969-4331

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Renshaw, D. (2018) Investigating the “other” – a comparative study of migrant settlement in the work of Charles Booth and Jacob Riis in Victorian London and New York. In: Ruiz, M. (ed.) International Migrations in the Victorian Era. Studies in Global Social History, 33/11. Brill, pp. 278-302. ISBN 9789004366398

Book

Renshaw, D. (2018) Socialism and the diasporic 'other': a comparative study of Irish Catholic and Jewish radical and communal politics in East London, 1889-1912. Studies in Labour History 11. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, UK, pp288. ISBN 9781786941220

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