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Bailey, Sara and Masters, Thomas. (2009). Market or be damned: teaching creative writing and the dark arts. In: National Association of Writers in Education Conference, November 2009, not known.
Baker, Clive. (2014). Fromelles (1916) a British “action” but an Australian “battle”. In: Winchester and District Militaria Society at a public meeting, 9th June, The Winchester Club.
Baker, Clive and Parry, Bryn. (2016). Commemorating and communicating contested narratives in a digital era - lessons from Dark Tourism. In: Business and Society Research & Innovation Hub workshop, Southampton Solent University.
Berry, David. (2002). Understanding Media and Cultural Change in Post-Communist Romania: Dialectics as Method. Romanian Civilization, 2002, Romania: A Crossroads of Europe, pp. 335-354
Cain, Sandra. (1999). Dad's In Prison. A&C Black Ltd, London.
Cain, Sandra. (2003). The Gastronome, in Out of the Dark, An Anthology. In: Out of the Dark. Bath Spa University, Bath.
Cain, Sandra. (2007). Give Her a Standing Ovulation: Female Poets and the Subversion of the Male Literary Tradition. In: Graet Writing Conference, June 2007, University of Wales, Bangor. (Submitted)
Cain, Sandra. (2005). Hiding Under the Covers: Visual Narrative and the Misery memoir. In: Open To View, Nov 2005, Liverpool Jogn Moores University. (Submitted)
Cain, Sandra. (2006). The PPPRIM Model: Rhetoric and Persuasion in the Self-Help Genre. In: Great Writing Conference, July 2006, Portsmouth University. (Submitted)
Cain, Sandra and Batty, Craig. (2011). Storytelling In Education. Writing in Education, 2011, Spring 2011 (53), pp. 38-41
Chaney, Edward. (2009). Yvonne Ozanne and the cultural memory of Guernsey. In: Love apples too: A Life in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. ELSP, Jersey. ISBN 978-1906641153
Gales, Michael David. (2010). An evaluation of the impact of commercialisation on cricket in England over the past 20 years. [Final Year Project]
Giordano, Aline. (2012). Researching the photographic representation of popular music using autoethnography as a research approach. In: Symposium ‘Practice Make Perfect’, 07/09/2013, Swansea Metropolitan University.
Hogarth, Mary. (2012). Family time - Eleanor Norford looks for inspiration in real life tales. The Self Publishing Magazine, 2012 (24), pp. 5-8
Hogarth, Mary. (2011). Writing for children. The Self Publishing Magazine, 2011 (21), pp. 5-9
Kamau, Caroline. On Erich Fromm: Why he left the Frankfurt School. In: The Frankfurt School Revisited: Essays on Culture, Media and Theory. Ashgate. (In Press)
Lloyd, Sharon and Buckley, Carina. Chainsaws, blogging and the art of screaming. In: Heroes and monsters: extra-ordinary tales of learning and teaching in the arts and humanities, 2 - 4 June 2014, The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester. (Submitted)
Mcnamara, Sallie. Dress and diremption: Fashioning the boundaries of taste in the historical novel, 1918–1945. In: 6th Global Conference on Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues, 15-18 Sept 2014, Mansfield College, Oxford. (Submitted)
Moreton, Guy. (2012). From Elterwater to Eidsvatnet: All paths lead to water. In: Water: Image, 4th-6th July 2012, Plymouth University. (Unpublished)
Moreton, Guy. Guy Moreton – Unrecounted. [Show/Exhibition]
Moreton, Guy. Kome Til Deg i Tidende. [Artefact]
Moreton, Guy. (2014). Sustaining an out-of-placeness: some remarks on landscape, literature and photography. In: Of the Earth: Art, Photography, Writing and the Environment, 24-25th October 2014, Plymouth University. (Unpublished)
Moreton, Guy. (2014). Technology in ruins: Film, photography and the materiality of image. In: Expanded Photographies, 25–26th October 2012, Southampton Solent University. (Submitted)
Moreton, Guy. Thinking through landscape: The retreat as a creative condition. In: Art & Design Research Institute: Research Seminar, 5th December 2013, Middlesex University. (Unpublished)
Moreton, Guy. Wall to Wall. [Show/Exhibition]
miller, Sanda and McNeil, Peter. (2014). Fashion writing and criticism. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9780857854476 (In Press)
Parry, Bryn. (2007). book review: Highmore, B. (2005) “Cityscapes: cultural readings in the material and symbolic city”, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, in. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 2007, Vol.5 (No.2), pp. 130-131
Parry, Bryn. (2007). “Balderdash & Piffle: series two”, BBC/Takeaway Media /. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Parry, Bryn. (2014). OED Appeals. Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford.
Parry, Bryn. (2013). OED Appeals. Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford.
Parry, Bryn. (2015). OED Appeals. Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford.
Parry, Bryn. (2012). OED Appeals. Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford.
Parry, Bryn. (2016). OED Appeals. Oxford English Dictionary, Oxford.
Parry, Bryn. (2014). Over The Fence: lessons from participating in the OED Appeals and WWI vocabulary initiatives. In: 2014 SSU Research and Enterprise Conference: Public Engagement, May 2014, Southampton Solent University.
Parry, Bryn and Baker, Clive and Valent, Ilona and Mckichan, Fiona. (2011). RefWorks - Augmented Reality video. [Video]
Purcell, Stephen. Shakespeare's popular audience. In: British Shakespeare Association Conference, September 2009, King's College London.
Purcell, Stephen. (2010). That's not Shakespeare: policing the boundaries of Shakespeare in reviews. In: Reviewing shakespeare Conference, Shakespeare Centre, Stratford on Avon.
Richards, Russell. (2012). 'Nebula' - A Chapter for 'Engaging the Heavens: Inspiration of Astronomical Phenomena V' 2012. In: Engaging the Heavens: Inspiration of Astronomical Phenomena. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, Chicago, Illinois, USA, pp. 43-48. ISBN 978-1-58381-818-3
Slevin, Tom. (2010). Existence, Ethics and Death in Andrei Tarkovsky’s Cinema: the Cultural Philosophy of Solaris. Film International: Journal of World Cinema, June 2010, 8 (2), pp. 49-62
Slevin, Tom. (2013). Sonia Delaunay’s Robe Simultanée: Modernity, Fashion and Transmediality. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body, and Culture, March 2013, 17 (1), (In Press)
Warman, Lisa. (2010). 'It becomes imperative that if women's football in England is to prosper in the long term, it needs to develop a unique selling point. '. [Final Year Project]
Weaver, M. (2004). An evaluation of the German Democratic Republic (GDR)as a symbolic resource within contemporary Germany: 2 volumes. PhD thesis, Southampton Solent University [Validated by Nottingham Trent University].