Recent Publications by WCBS Members

Ward, Joseph P., ed (Utah State). European empires in the American South: colonial and environmental encounters. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2017.

Winter, David R. (Brandon Univ.) “Becket and the Wolves: Imagining the Lupine Welsh in a Thirteenth-Century Latin Preaching Exemplum  from Llanthony Secunda Priory.” In T. Sharp et. al., eds. From learning to live: schools, law and pastoral care in the Middle Ages: essays in Honour of Joseph W. Georing. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, 2017.

Prasch, Thomas. (Washburn Univ.) “Cannibalism as cultural critique: Peter Greenaway’s The cook, the thief, his wife, and her lover (1989) and Thatcherism.” In Cynthia J. Miller and A. Bowdoin Van Riper, eds.  What’s eating you?: food and horror on screen. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017.

Levine, Philippa. (UTexas Austin) “A child of decolonisation.” In Antoinette Burton and Dane Kennedy, eds. How empire shaped us. London: Bloomsbury, 2016.

Rosenheim, James. (Texas A&M) “The Pleasures of a Single Life: Envisioning Bachelorhood in Early Eighteenth-Century England.” Gender & History 27:2 (2015): 307-28.

Levine-Clark, Marjorie. (Univ. Colorado Denver) “Gendered roles, gendered welfare: health and the English Poor Law, 1871-1911.” In Tracy Penny LIght, Barbara Brookes, Wendy Mitchinson, eds. Bodily subjects: essays on gender and health, 1800-2000. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015.

Frank, Christopher. (Univ. of Manitoba) “The Sheriff’s Court or the Company Store: Truck, the Arrestment of Wages, and Working-Class Consumption in Scotland, 1837-71.” Labour History Review 79:2 (2015): 139-165.

Lubenow, William C. (Richard Stockton College) “Only connect”: learned societies in nineteenth-century Britain. Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 2015.

Sheetz-Nguyen, Jessica A. (Univ. Central Oklahoma) and Marilyn Button (Eds.). Victorians and the case for charity: essays on responses to English poverty by the state, the church, and the literati. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co, 2014.

Brundage, Anthony and Richard A. Cosgrove. (Univ. of Arizona) British Historians and National Identity: From Hume to Churchill. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2014.

Smith, Greg T. (Univ. of Manitoba) “Long-Term Trends in Female and Male Involvement in Crime.” In The Oxford Handbook of Gender, Sex, and Crime, edited by R. Gartner and B. McCarthy . New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

MacMillan, Ken. (Univ. of Calgary) “To Punish and Correct: the rise of criminal courts in Bermuda, 1615-1622.” Atlantic Studies 10:3 (2013).

S.L. Chester and David R.C. Hudson. (Texas A&M) “The Transportation of Irish Swordsmen to Sweden and Russia and plantation in Ulster (1609-1613).” Archivium Hibernicum, 66 (2013)

Knafla, Louis A. (Univ. of Calgary) Kent at Law, 1602. 4 Volumes. Kew, Surrey: List and Index Society, 2002-13.

Bronstein, Jamie. (Univ. New Mexico, Las Cruces) “Sowing Discontent: The 1921 Alien Land Act in New Mexico,” Pacific Historical Review vol. 82 no. 3 (August 2013): 362-95.

Smith, Greg T. (Univ. of Manitoba) Summary Justice in the City: A Selection of Cases Heard at the Guildhall Justice Room, 1752-1781 Boydell & Brewer for the London Record Society, 2013

MacKay, Lynn. (Brandon Univ.) Respectability and the London Poor, 1780–1870: The Value of Virtue. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2013.

Button, Marilyn D. and Jessica A. Sheetz-Nguyen, (Univ. Central Oklahoma) eds. The Victorian Case for Charity: Essays on Responses to English Poverty by the State, the Church and the Literati. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press, 2013.

Prasch, Thomas. (Washburn Univ.) ‘“A Strange Incongruity”: The Imaginary India of the International Exhibitions’ Nineteenth-Century Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Journal 34:5 (2012): 477-91.

Tusan, Michelle. (UNLV) Smyrna’s Ashes: Humanitarianism, Genocide, and the Birth of the Middle East.Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012.

Sheetz-Nguyen, Jessica A. (Univ. Central Oklahoma)  Victorian Women: Unwed Mothers and the London Foundling Hospital. London: Continuum Books, 2012.

Sheetz-Nguyen, Jessica A. (Univ. Central Oklahoma) “Go ye therefore and teach all nations: Evangelical and Mission Sermons, the Imperial Stage.” In The Oxford Handbook of the Modern British Sermon 1689-1901, edited by Keith A. Francis and William Gibson Robert Ellison, John Morgan-Guy, and Bob Tennant. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

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