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Barnes, E. M. ORCID: (2021) “The girl did not recognise him as her husband”: freedmen, sexual violence, and gendered authority after emancipation. American Nineteenth Century History, 22 (3). pp. 289-306. ISSN 1743-7903 doi:

Barnes, E. M. ORCID: and Doddington, D., (2021) Engaging with sources: slave narratives. Bloomsbury (Bloomsbury History: Theory & Method)


Cook, F. M. (2021) Encountering St Margaret of Antioch in parochial and personal contexts in late Medieval England: devotional artefacts, memorialization and the construction of familial and communal identity. PhD thesis, University of Reading. doi:


Lawrence-Mathers, A. ORCID: (2021) Medieval origins of modern weather forecasting. Weather, 76 (5). pp. 144-147. ISSN 0043-1656 doi:

Lawrence-Mathers, A. ORCID: (2021) Medieval weather prediction. Physics Today, 74 (4). 38. ISSN 0031-9228 doi:

Liburd, L., Jackson, P., James, L., Carstocea, R., Hedinger, D., Bergin, C., Bland, B. ORCID:, Smith, E., Hyslop, J., Zachariah, B. and Campbell, C. (2021) Debate: decolonising fascist studies. Fascism, 10 (2). pp. 323-345. ISSN 2211-6257 doi:


Monteith-Chachuat, J. (2021) The Way of Wolves: Discursive and cultural representation of Canis lupus in Early Modern England. MPhil thesis, University of Reading. doi:


Newton, H. (2021) Inside the sickchamber in early modern England: the experience of illness through six objects. English Historical Review, 136 (580). pp. 530-567. ISSN 0013-8266 doi:


Page, V. (2021) From sortilegio to diabolical sorcery: theological and canonistic developments from Lombard and Gratian to Inquisitorial handbooks. PhD thesis, University of Reading. doi:

Parish, H. (2021) A church 'without stain or wrinkle' : the reception and application of Donatist arguments in debates over priestly purity. Studies in Church History, 57. pp. 96-119. ISSN 0424-2084 doi:

Peirson-Webber, E. (2021) Mining men: reflections on masculinity and oral history during the coronavirus pandemic. History Workshop Journal, 92. pp. 242-250. ISSN 1477-4569 doi:


Renshaw, D. (2021) The discourse of repatriation in Britain, 1845-2016: a political and social history. Routledge Studies in Modern British History. Routledge, Abingdon, pp240. ISBN 9781138579637


Salter, R. J. ORCID: (2021) Minors and the miraculous: the cure-seeking experiences of children in twelfth-century English hagiography. In: Preston-Matto, L. and Valante, M. A. (eds.) Kids Those Days: Children in Medieval Culture. Explorations in Medieval Culture (13). Brill, Leiden, pp. 59-86. ISBN 9789004315174

Salter, R. J. ORCID: (2021) Saints, cure-seekers and miraculous healing in twelfth-century England. Health and Healing in the Middle Ages, 1. York Medieval Press, Woodbridge, pp262. ISBN 9781914049002


Turner, J. ORCID: (2021) 8 Things you (probably) didnt know about the suffragettes, BBC History Revealed magazine (print) June 2021. BBC History Revealed, UK.


West, E. ORCID: (2021) ‘We chilluns, long wid her, wuz lak de udder slaves’: free black families and quasi-slavery in the pre-Civil War US South. Journal of American Studies, 55 (5). pp. 991-1018. ISSN 1469-5154 doi:

West, E. ORCID: and David, S., (2021) Hidden voices: the lives of enslaved women in the Lowcountry and the South. United Kingdom. Lowcountry Digital History Initiative, Charleston, South Carolina.

Wilson, B. R. (2021) “I ain’ mad now and I know taint no use to lie”: honesty, anger, and emotional resistance in formerly enslaved women’s 1930s’ testimony. American Nineteenth Century History, 22 (3). pp. 307-326. ISSN 1466-4658 doi:

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