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Bigger, Stephen Letters from the Malcolm Saville Archive. Malcolm Saville Society. (Unpublished)

Bigger, Stephen Malcolm Saville Archive of Letters. Malcolm Saville Society. (Unpublished)

Bigger, Stephen Malcolm Saville, Writer for Children: Collected Critical Papers. Malcolm Saville Society Magazine.

Bigger, Stephen Schools and Religions: Imagining the Real, Julian Stern, 2007 (Book Review). Journal of In-Service Education. ISSN Print ISSN: 1367-4587 Online ISSN: 1747-5082 (Unpublished)

Bigger, Stephen Thresholds, Liminality and Fruitful Chaos: Revolutionary Change in Education? Educationalfutures. ISSN 1758-2199 (Submitted)

Bingle, Branwen Don’t Tell the Parents! The Illicitness of Intergenerational Play. In: Encounters of the Playful Kind: Children’s Literature and Intergenerational Relationships. Publisher to be confirmed. (Submitted)

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Davies, Andy Professional Runner-up - Diomira Map. [Image] (In Press)

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Edwards, Sean Drawn in Cursive (Part 3). [Show/Exhibition]

Edwards, Sean 'Practice Object Bronze Soft Play’ in Adventures in Bronze, Stone and Clay (Group exhibition). [Show/Exhibition]

Edwards, Sean Sapling. [Artefact]

Elliott, Paul A Hint of the Lavender - The Gay Gangster in British Crime Cinema. In: A Companion to the Gangster Film. Wiley Blackwell, New York. (Submitted)

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Fowler, Stephen and Pardo, Jaime Experimental Collage - An Exhibition by Illustration & Animation 1st Year Students from the University of Worcester. [Show/Exhibition]

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Kosinski, Karol Promoting the Open Access Agenda Through the Use of Virtual Learning Environment. In: Repository Fringe, 1-2 July 2018, University of Edinburgh.

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Lawson, Suzanne and Benson, Clare and Wood-Griffiths, Susan Teaching Design and Technology Creatively. Taylor and Francis. (Unpublished)

Levene, A. and Webb, Jean 'Overwork, Leisure and Health in Literature and Legislature in the Mid-nineteenth Century'. In: Child Health and Welfare in History invited symposium, November, 2011, St John’s Research Centre, Oxford.. (Unpublished)

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Mitra, Barbara and Golz, Paul Virtually a Girl: Gender Identification in Second Life. Behaviour & Information Technology. ISSN Print: 0144-929X Online: 1362-3001 (Submitted)

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Parham, John “‘For you, pollution’: The Victorian Novel and a Human Ecology. Disraeli’s Sibyl and Gaskell’s Mary Barton”. Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism (14). ISSN Print: 1468-8417 Online: 2168-1414

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Schwarz, Suzanne Adaptation in the Aftermath of Slavery: Women, Trade and Property in Sierra Leone, c. 1790-1812. In: African Women in the Atlantic World: Property, Vulnerability & Mobility, 1680-1880. Boydell &Brewer, Woodbridge, UK. ISBN 9781847012159 (In Press)

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Thew, M. and Thomas, Yvonne and Briggs, M. The Impact of a Role Emerging Placement While a Student Occupational Therapist, on Subsequent Qualified Employability, Practice and Career Path. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 65 (3). pp. 198-207. ISSN 0045-0766

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van Houtem, C.M. and van Wijk, A.J. and Boomsma, D.I. and Ligthart, L. and Visscher, C.M. and de Jongh, Ad The Factor Structure of Dental Fear. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 125 (3). pp. 195-201. ISSN 0909-8836 Online: 1600-0722

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Webb, Jean Out of the Mouths of Babes... the Construction of Irishness in Charles Kingsley’s The Water Babies’. In: To the Other Shore conference on the notions of Irishness, La Sainte Union, Southampton. (Unpublished)

Webb, Jean Social and Cultural Values and Reading – a Literary Perspective. In: Pedagogy of Children’s Reading: History, Theory, Perspectives. Moscow State University of Culture and Arts, Moscow.

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