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What female pop-folk celebrity in south-east Europe tells postsocialist feminist media studies about global formations of race (2019)
Journal Article
Baker, C. (in press). What female pop-folk celebrity in south-east Europe tells postsocialist feminist media studies about global formations of race. Feminist Media Studies, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2019.1599035

Feminist media studies of postsocialism are well practised at explaining how ideologies of gender and nation reinforce each other amid neoliberal capitalism on Europe’s semi-periphery. They extend this, by critiquing media marginalization of Roma, in... Read More

Maternity and justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery (2019)
Journal Article
Capern, A. (in press). Maternity and justice in the Early Modern English Court of Chancery. Journal of British Studies, 58(4),

This article is a case study of female litigants acting in the capacity of mother in the English equity court of Chancery between 1550 and 1700. It starts by asking how prevalent mothers were as plaintiffs and defendants in Chancery, though the burde... Read More

Textual representation, class exploitation and the postcolonial: is the proletariat always in twilight? (2019)
Journal Article
Baker, C. (2019). Textual representation, class exploitation and the postcolonial: is the proletariat always in twilight?. New perspectives : interdisciplinary journal of Central & East European politics and international relations, 27(1), 3-8

Commentary on Rade Zinaic, 'Twilight of the Proletariat: Reading Critical Balkanology as Liberal Ideology' (New Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Journal of Central and East European Politics 25:1 (2017), 19-54)

More than Bricks and Mortar: female property ownership as economic strategy in Mid-Nineteenth Century urban England (2019)
Journal Article
Aston, J., Capern, A., & McDonagh, B. (in press). More than Bricks and Mortar: female property ownership as economic strategy in Mid-Nineteenth Century urban England. Urban history, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0963926819000142

This paper uses a quantitative and qualitative methodology to examine the role that women played as property owners in three mid nineteenth-century English towns. Using data from the previously under-utilized rate books, we argue that women were acti... Read More

Interviewing for research on languages and war (2019)
Book Chapter
Baker, C. (2019). Interviewing for research on languages and war. In M. Kelly, H. Footitt, & M. Salama-Carr (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Languages and Conflict, 157-179. Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-04825-9_8

Many participants in conflict have experienced it through mediations of meaning between languages, and whole categories of participants have even often gone unnoticed in the study of war because of the historic ‘invisibility’ of languages and transla... Read More

First aid and voluntarism in England, 1945-­85 (2019)
Journal Article
Ramsden, S., & Wall, R. (2019). First aid and voluntarism in England, 1945-­85. Twentieth Century British History, https://doi.org/10.1093/tcbh/hwy043

First aid was the focus of growing voluntary activity in the post-war decades. Despite the advent of the National Health Service in 1948, increased numbers of people volunteered to learn, teach, and administer first aid as concern about health and sa... Read More

A century of Armistice Day: memorialisation in the wake of the First World War (2018)
Journal Article
Macleod, J., & Inall, Y. (in press). A century of Armistice Day: memorialisation in the wake of the First World War. Mortality,

Abstract: In the wake of the First World War a set of commemorative traditions were invented that were met with a huge public response and were repeated in almost every subsequent November. These apparently unchanging traditions were reported in the... Read More

Unsung heroism?: showbusiness and social action in Britain’s military wives choir(s) (2018)
Book Chapter
Baker, C. (2018). Unsung heroism?: showbusiness and social action in Britain’s military wives choir(s). In V. Kitchen, & J. G. Mathers (Eds.), Heroism and Global Politics, 122-146. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

In 2011, the BBC documentary The Choir visited military bases in Devon to film with wives and partners of British servicemen who had been deployed to Afghanistan. Amid a growing convergence between popular entertainment, popular militarism, and ‘Reme... Read More

Remaking the world in our own image: vulnerability, resilience and adaptation as historical discourses (2018)
Journal Article
Bankoff, G. (2018). Remaking the world in our own image: vulnerability, resilience and adaptation as historical discourses. Disasters, 43(2), 221-239. https://doi.org/10.1111/disa.12312

A warming climate and less predictable weather patterns, as well as an expanding urban infrastructure susceptible to geophysical hazards, make the world an increasingly dangerous place, even for those living in high‐income countries. It is an opportu... Read More

Settlers among empires: conquest and the American Revolution (2018)
Book Chapter
Prior, C. A. W. (2018). Settlers among empires: conquest and the American Revolution. In E. Valliance (Ed.), Remembering Early Modern Revolutions: England, North America, France and Haiti, 79-93. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Blame, responsibility and agency: “Disaster Justice” and the State in the Philippines (2018)
Journal Article
Bankoff, G. (2018). Blame, responsibility and agency: “Disaster Justice” and the State in the Philippines. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 1(3), 363-381. doi:10.1177/2514848618789381

The notion of ‘disaster justice’, that is that governments have a responsibility to protect the vulnerable seems premised on a particular conception of the state that conforms to a Western liberal democratic model. Indeed, the failure of the state to... Read More

Postcoloniality without race? Racial exceptionalism and south-east European cultural studies (2018)
Journal Article
Baker, C. (2018). Postcoloniality without race? Racial exceptionalism and south-east European cultural studies. Interventions : international journal of postcolonial studies, 20(6), 759-784. doi:10.1080/1369801X.2018.1492954

The black Dutch feminist Gloria Wekker, assembling past and present everyday expressions of racialized imagination which collectively undermine hegemonic beliefs that white Dutch society has no historic responsibility for racism, writes in her book W... Read More

Festkultur (2018)
Book Chapter
Biskup, T. (2018). Festkultur. In J. Jacob, & J. Süßmann (Eds.), Das 18. Jahrhundert. Lekikon zur Antikerezeption in Aufklärung und KlassizismusJ. B. Metzler

Henry II and the ideological foundations of Angevin rule in Ireland (2018)
Journal Article
Veach, C. (2018). Henry II and the ideological foundations of Angevin rule in Ireland. Irish Historical Studies, 42(161), 1-25. doi:10.1017/ihs.2018.6

The English invasion of Ireland is of central importance to the interconnected histories of Britain and Ireland. Yet there is still disagreement over the agency of its ultimate sponsor, King Henry II. This article argues that from the very beginning... Read More

Race and the Yugoslav region: postsocialist, post-conflict, postcolonial? (2018)
Book
Baker, C. (2018). Race and the Yugoslav region: postsocialist, post-conflict, postcolonial?. United Kingdom: Manchester University Press

This is the first book to situate the territories and collective identities of former Yugoslavia within the politics of race - not just ethnicity - and the history of how ideas of racialised difference have been translated globally. The book connects... Read More

Von Friedrich I. zu Aman Ullah: Zeremonielle Bewegungen im urbanen Raum Berlins, 1701­-1928 (2017)
Conference Proceeding
Biskup, T. (2017). Von Friedrich I. zu Aman Ullah: Zeremonielle Bewegungen im urbanen Raum Berlins, 1701­-1928. In J. Luh (Ed.), Ein öffentlicher Ort: Berliner Schloss – Palast der Republik – Humboldt Forum. Beiträge des fünften Colloquiums in der Reihe „Kulturgeschichte Preußens – Colloquien“ vom 3. und 4. November 2016

Vom 17. Jahrhundert bis zur Revolution von 1918 war das Berliner Schloss der zeremonielle Mittelpunkt des brandenburgisch­preußischen Staates bzw. nach 1871 des Deutschen Reichs. Der Raum zwischen den Paradekammern und der Berliner Stadtgrenze war ni... Read More