Publications

  1. 'History as Theoretical Reconstruction? Baron D’Hancarville and the Exploration of Ancient Mythology in the Eighteenth Century' in Moore J, Bayliss, AJ (ed), 'Reinventing History: the Enlightenment origins of ancient history', Centre for Metropolitan History (2009)
  2. 'Between Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism: The Strange Death of Liberal Alexandria' in Journal of Urban History
  3. 'Making Cairo modern? Innovation, urban form and the development of suburbia, c. 1880–1922' in Urban History
  4. The Transformation of Urban Liberalism: Party Politics and Urban Governance in Late Nineteenth-Century England (Ashgate, Historical Urban Studies, 2006).
  5. Corruption in Urban Politics and Society 1780-1950 [edited with J. Butland-Smith], Ashgate (Ashgate, Historical Urban Studies, 2007).
  6. Reinventing History [edited with I. Macgregor Morris], (University of London, 2009).
  7. ‘Progressive Pioneers: Manchester Liberalism, The Independent Labour party and local politics in the 1890s’, Historical Journal, 44, 4 (2001).
  8. ‘Liberal Unionism and the Home Rule Crisis in Leicester, 1885-1892’, Midland History, 26 (2001).
  9. ‘Manchester Liberalism and the Unionist Secession 1886-95’, Manchester Region History Review, 15 (2001).
  10. ‘Municipal Knowledge and Policy Networks in British Local Government 1780-1914’, (with R. Rodger), Jahrbuch für Europäische Verwaltungsgeschichte - Yearbook of European Administrative History, 15 (2003).
  11. ‘Liberalism and the Politics of Suburbia: Electoral Dynamics in Late Nineteenth-Century South Manchester’, Urban History, 30 (2003).
  12. ‘Periclean Preston – Public Art and the Classical Tradition in Nineteenth-Century Lancashire’, Northern History, 40 (2003). 
  13. ‘The Art of Philanthropy - The Formation and Development of the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool’, Museum and Society, 2, 2 (2004), 68-83.
  14. ‘Urban Space and Civic Identity in Manchester 1780-1914’, Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 153 (2004), 87-123.
  15. ‘Who Really Ran the Cities?’, (with R. Rodger) in R. Roth (ed.) Who Ran the Cities: Elite and Urban Power Structures in Europe, 1700-2000 (Frankfurt JWGU, 2007)
  16. ‘Personal Ethics, Public lives and Civic Culture in Local Government’ in Corruption in Urban Politics and Society 1780-1950 (with J. Butland-Smith), (Ashgate, 2007).
  17. ‘Approaches to the Ancient World in the Long Eighteenth Century’ in Reinventing History (with I. Macgregor Morris), (London 2009).

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