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Views and experiences of opioid access amongst palliative care providers and public representatives in a low-resource setting: A qualitative interview study (2023)
Journal Article
Clark, J., Salins, N., Daniel, S., Currow, D. C., Jones, L., Pearson, M., …Johnson, M. J. (2023). Views and experiences of opioid access amongst palliative care providers and public representatives in a low-resource setting: A qualitative interview study. PLOS Global Public Health, 3(9), Article e0002401. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgph.0002401

Abstract Opioids (e.g. morphine) are affordable, effective interventions for cancer-related pain. However, equity of access to this key medication remains a global challenge, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. We aimed to explore view... Read More about Views and experiences of opioid access amongst palliative care providers and public representatives in a low-resource setting: A qualitative interview study.

Robespierre au cinéma anglophone (2022)
Digital Artefact
Gilchrist, M. (2022). Robespierre au cinéma anglophone. [Webpage text with illustrations]

Anglophone cinema and television has generally presented a hostile image of Robespierre. It is rooted in propaganda of the Pitt era but was expanded and elaborated in the 19C by Carlyle, Lamartine, Marie Tussaud, and a number of historical novels and... Read More about Robespierre au cinéma anglophone.

Le mystère des portraits de Robespierre aux rayures (2022)
Digital Artefact
Gilchrist, M. (2022). Le mystère des portraits de Robespierre aux rayures. [Webpage text with illustrations]

The portrait of Robespierre in a striped coat (Musée Carnavalet P.729) is probably his most popular and most reproduced portrait in modern times. However, in researching his iconography, I was surprised to find it was not in circulation during his li... Read More about Le mystère des portraits de Robespierre aux rayures.

‘The Evil Genius of the Third Crusade’: Conrad of Montferrat, stereotype and scapegoat (2020)
Book Chapter
Gilchrist, M. (2020). ‘The Evil Genius of the Third Crusade’: Conrad of Montferrat, stereotype and scapegoat. In M. Horswell, & K. Skottki (Eds.), The Making of Crusading Heroes and Villains (60-74). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429293283

In popular historical representation of the crusades, one of the figures most badly served has been Conrad of Montferrat, King of Jerusalem (d. 1192). Anglo-Angevin chronicle and romance traditions favourable to Richard I have coloured later narrativ... Read More about ‘The Evil Genius of the Third Crusade’: Conrad of Montferrat, stereotype and scapegoat.

Qui sont ces « faux Robespierres » ? (2020)
Digital Artefact
Gilchrist, M. (2020). Qui sont ces « faux Robespierres » ?. [Webpage text with illustrations]

On-line article on the physionotrace ‘grand trait’ of a deputy of the Third Estate catalogued at Versailles as 'Maximilien Robespierre' (Versailles, Inv. Dess. 1068). This portrait has appeared on the covers of Robespierre biographies by Ruth Scurr a... Read More about Qui sont ces « faux Robespierres » ?.

Bleedthrough: The Two-Way Traffic between Popular Historiography and Fiction (2019)
Journal Article
Gilchrist, M. (2019). Bleedthrough: The Two-Way Traffic between Popular Historiography and Fiction. Journal of historical fictions, 2(1), 18-44

While historical fiction is dependent on historiography, it can exert a powerful hold on authors of non-fiction and their depictions of the past, especially at popular level. Case-studies of characters from the Crusades (Conrad of Montferrat) and the... Read More about Bleedthrough: The Two-Way Traffic between Popular Historiography and Fiction.

Captain Hon. William Leslie (1751-77): His Life, Letters and Commemoration (2005)
Book Chapter
Gilchrist, M. M. (2005). Captain Hon. William Leslie (1751-77): His Life, Letters and Commemoration. In Military Miscellany II: Manuscripts from Marlborough's Wars, the American War of Independence and the Boer War (133-196). Stroud, Gloucestershire: Army Records Society

An edition of Captain William Leslie's letters from the Leven & Melville Papers, with commentary, as part of a compendium volume published by the Army Records Society. Willie Leslie, a son of the Earl of Leven & Melville, was killed at the Battle of... Read More about Captain Hon. William Leslie (1751-77): His Life, Letters and Commemoration.

Images of the Petrine Era in Russian History Painting (1994)
Thesis
Gilchrist, M. (1994). Images of the Petrine Era in Russian History Painting. (Thesis). University of St Andrews. Retrieved from https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4082498

'Images of the Petrine Era in Russian History Painting' examines the changing iconography of Petr I (1672-1725) in nineteenth-century Russian painting, and its relationship with Petr's symbolic role in the cultural debate between the Westernisers and... Read More about Images of the Petrine Era in Russian History Painting.