Academic articles

Under new open access rules, many academic publishers will allow authors to make an article available on their personal website, provided it is the version accepted for publication before copyediting and typesetting – which applies to all the pieces available below. The publishers have copyright over the final published version. If I haven’t provided a link to the article below, it’s either because I’m not sure I have the right to make it open access or I just haven’t got round to it yet.

‘Private Lives, Public Histories: The Diary in Twentieth-Century Britain’, Journal of British Studies, 54, 1 (January 2015): 138-62.

‘A Cultural History of the New Nature Writing’, Literature and History, 23, 1 (Spring 2014): 49-63.

‘Vox Populi?: The Recorded Voice and Twentieth-Century British History’, 25, 3 (2014): 461-83.

‘Imagining the Street in Postwar Britain’, Urban History, 39, 1 (2012): 166-86.

‘The Fall and Rise of the Expert’, Critical Quarterly, 53, 1 (April 2011): 6-22.

‘”Stand Up and Be Counted”: Hughie Green, the 1970s and Popular Memory,’ History Workshop Journal, 70 (Autumn 2010): 172-98.

‘The Future of Roads’, Soundings, 44 (Spring 2010): 107-16.

‘Mass-Observation, Market Research and the Birth of the Focus Group, 1937-1997,’ Journal of British Studies, 47, 4 (October 2008): 827-51.

‘Early Cultures of Gentrification in London, 1955-1980’, Journal of Urban History, 34, 1 (November 2007): 101-21.

‘”Subtopias of Good Intentions”: Everyday Landscapes in Postwar Britain’, Cultural and Social History, 4, 3 (September 2007): 401-21.

‘Milk Bars, Starbucks and the Uses of Literacy’, Cultural Studies, 20, 6 (November 2006): 552-73.

‘Crossing the Road in Britain, 1931-1976’, Historical Journal, 49, 2 (June 2006): 477-96.

‘Queuing Up in Postwar Britain.’ Twentieth Century British History, 16, 3 (2005): 283-305.

‘The Strange Birth of Middle England.’ Political Quarterly, 76, 2 (April 2005): 232-40.

‘Housing, Memory and Everyday Life in Contemporary Britain.’ Cultural Studies, 18, 4 (July 2004): 607-27.

‘November in Berlin: The End of the Everyday.’ History Workshop Journal, 57 (Spring 2004): 214-33.

‘History, Memory and the Everyday.’ Rethinking History, 8, 1 (March 2004): 51-68.

‘Benjamin and Boredom.’ Critical Quarterly, 45, 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2003): 168-81.

‘Tom Phillips and the Art of the Everyday.’ Visual Culture in Britain, 3, 2 (2002): 17-32.

‘Childhood, Class and Memory in the Seven Up Films.’ Screen, 43, 4 (Winter 2002): 387-402.

‘Childhood and Nostalgia in Contemporary Culture.’ European Journal of Cultural Studies, 5, 2 (May 2002): 155-73.

‘F.R. Leavis, English and the University.’ English: The Journal of the English Association, 51, no. 199 (Spring 2002): 1-13.

‘Aging and Identity in Dementia Narratives.’ Cultural Values, 5, 2 (April 2001): 245-60.

‘Childhood Sexuality and Education: The Case of Section 28.’ Sexualities, 4, 1 (February 2001): 93-109.

‘John Updike’s Self-Consciousness and Literary Fame.’ a/b: Auto/biography Studies, 15, 2 (Winter 2000): 298-309.

‘Out of the East: James Fenton and Contemporary History.’ Literature and History, 9, 2 (Autumn 2000): 53-68.

‘Artists and Verbal Mechanics: Martin Amis’s The Information.’ Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, 41, 4 (Summer 2000): 307-17.

‘Don DeLillo and the Myth of the Author-Recluse.’ Journal of American Studies, 34, 1 (April 2000): 137-52.

‘Primitivism and Authenticity in Bruce Chatwin’s Travel Writing.’ Prose Studies, 22, 3 (December 1999): 91-104.

‘“Simple Words”: Peter Ackroyd’s Autobiography of Oscar Wilde.’ Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 22, 3 (Summer 1999): 356-69.

‘Cultural Studies and Academic Stardom.’ International Journal of Cultural Studies, 1, 1 (April 1998): 67-82.

‘The Role of Multimedia Conglomerates in American Trade Book Publishing.’ Media, Culture and Society, 19, 3 (July 1997): 441-55.

‘The Author as a Brand Name: American Literary Figures and the Time Cover Story.’ Journal of American Studies, 29, 3 (December 1995): 349-63.

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