Our researchers are leading experts in their fields who publish their findings in peer-reviewed journals, books, and published conference proceedings.
Listed below is a selection of journal articles and books published by members of the History and Heritage department. Full lists of publications can be found on individual staff pages.
- Griffin, B (2018) '"The more sport the merrier, say we": sport in Ireland during the Great Famine.' Irish Economic and Social History.
- Hackett, S (2019) Rethinking Muslim integration in Britain: a rural perspective. Manchester University Press, Manchester.
- Malik, I. H. (2018) The silk road and beyond: narratives of a Muslim historian. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
- Marshall, A (2018) 'Arcana imperii': a history of espionage in early-modern Britain, 1598-1715. Manchester University Press, Manchester.
- Otele, O (2018) Afro-Europeans: a short history. Hurst.
- Swenson, A (2018) 'Under false pretenses.' In: Buckland, A and Qureshi, S, eds. Time travellers: the Victorians and their past. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
- Williamson, C (2018) '"Hope I die before I get old": youth, deviance and popular culture in Britain.' In: Nash, D.S and Kilday, A-M, eds. Murder and mayhem: crime in twentieth-century Britain. Palgrave, London.
- Hackett, S and Malik, I.H, eds. Muslims and Western Europe in the modern era: contemporary debates in historical perspective. Bloomsbury, London.
- Marshall, A ''Plots' and dissent: the abortive Northern rebellion of 1663.' In: Clare, J, ed. From republic to Restoration: legacies and departures. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 85-101.
- Swenson, A 'Historic preservation, the state and nationalism in Britain.' Nations and Nationalism, 24 (1). pp. 43-63.
- Coast, D ''Reformation’ or ‘ruin’? The impeachment of the duke of Buckingham and early Stuart politics.' Historical Research, 90 (250). pp. 704-725.
- Griffin, B (2017) 'Count Konstantin Norbert Stadnicki, Poland's Irish cycling champion.' The Boneshaker: The Journal of the Veteran-Cycle Club, 21 (205). pp. 4-13.
- Malik, I. H. 'Political Islam in South Asia.' In: South Asia 2018. 15th ed. Routledge, London.
- Coast, D 'Rumor and "common fame": the impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham and public opinion in early Stuart England.' Journal of British Studies, 55 (2). pp. 241-267.
- Malik, I. H. Pashtun identity and geopolitics in Southwest Asia: Pakistan and Afghanistan since 9/11. Anthem, London.
- Williamson, C The history of Catholic intellectual life in Scotland, 1918–1965. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
- Hackett, S 'Turkish Muslims in a German city: entrepreneurial and residential self-determination.' Migration Letters, 12 (1). pp. 1-13.
- Swenson, A 'Crusader heritages and imperial preservation.' Past and Present, 226 (Sup.10). pp. 27-56.
- Williamson, C (2015) 'The quiet time? Pay-beds and private practice in the National Health Service: 1948–1970.' Social History of Medicine, 28 (3). pp. 576-595.
- Coast, D News and rumour in Jacobean England: information, court politics and diplomacy, 1618-25. Politics, culture and society in early modern Britain . Manchester University Press, Manchester.
- Griffin, B (2014) '"As happy as seven kings": cycling in nineteenth-century Ireland.' History Ireland, 22 (1). pp. 32-35.
- Hackett, S (2014) 'From rags to restaurants: self-determination, entrepreneurship and integration amongst Muslim immigrants in Newcastle upon Tyne in comparative perspective, 1960s–1990s.' Twentieth Century British History, 25 (1). pp. 132-154.