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Attar, Karen (2005) Douglas Foskett's Uzanne Collection.

Attar, Karen (2003) Durning-Lawrence Online: Benefits Of A Retrospective Catalogue Conversion Project.

Attar, Karen (2014) "The Establishment of a First-Class University Library”: The Beginnings of the University of London Library. History of Universities, 1 (28). pp. 44-65. (In Press)

Attar, Karen (2007) From Private to Public: the Durning-Lawrence Library at the University of London.

Attar, Karen (2004) Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence: a Baconian and his Books.

Attar, Karen (2008) What, How and Why: Accessing Incunabula at Senate House Library, University of London.

Attar, Karen (2006) Why Appoint Professionals? A Student Cataloguing Project.


Clover, David (2013) The British Abolitionist Movement and print culture: James Phillips, activist, printer and bookseller. In: Society for Caribbean Studies (UK) Annual Conference (2013), 3-5 July 2013, Warwick University. (Unpublished)

Clover, David (2011) Exploring Caribbean Shipping Company Records: The Case of Sandbach Tinne and Co. In: Society for Caribbean Studies (UK) Annual Conference (2011) hosted by the the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, 29 June-1st July, 2011, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool. (Unpublished)

Clover, David (2012) Special Relations: The University of London and the University College of the West Indies. In: Society for Caribbean Studies (UK) Annual Conference (2012), 4-6 July, 2012, Rewley House and Kellogg College, University of Oxford. (Unpublished)

Clover, David (2008) “This horably wicked action”: abortion and resistance on a Jamaican slave plantation. Society for Caribbean Studies Annual Conference Papers, 9 . ISSN 1471-2024


Espley, Richard (2016) Alec Craig, Censorship and the Literary Marketplace: A Bookman’s Struggles. In: The Book World: Selling and Distributing British Literature, 1900-1940. Library of the Written Word (49). Brill, Leiden, pp. 134-149. ISBN 9789004315860

Espley, Richard (2016) Caroline Playne: the Activities and Absences of a Campaigning Author in First World War London. The London Journal, 41 (3). pp. 249-265. ISSN 0305-8034 (In Press)


Homiski, Colin J. P. (2010) Musical Darwinism: the evolutionary implications of indeterminate notation and its intersection with a Library 2.0 world. In: International Association of Music Libraries conference, 2009, Amsterdam.

Homiski, Colin J.P. (2006) Celebrating British Music: Michael Finnissy at 60. [Show/Exhibition]


Josiffe, Christopher (2013) Aleister Crowley, Marie de Miramar & the True Wanga. Abraxas Journal, 1 (4). pp. 29-42.

Josiffe, Christopher (2014) British Voodoo: the Black art of Rollo Ahmed. Fortean Times (316-7).

Josiffe, Christopher (2013) Dr Dingwall's Casebook, Part One: A Sceptical Enquirer; Part Two: ‘Dirty Ding’. Fortean Times (299 & 300) .

Josiffe, Christopher (2010) Gef the talking mongoose. Fortean Times (269).

Josiffe, Christopher (2008) Some Notes on Machen’s 'Sixtystone'. Faunus: the Journal of the Friends of Arthur Machen (18). pp. 32-37.

Josiffe, Christopher (2009) Trafficking with elementals: Kenneth Grant and Arthur Machen. Faunus: the Journal of the Friends of Arthur Machen (20). pp. 25-36.


Landes, Jordan and Espley, Richard (2018) Radical Collections: Re-examining the roots of collections, practices and information professions. University of London, London. ISBN 9781913002015


Pearson, David (2007) Libraries as history: the importance of libraries beyond their texts. In: Charles Holden Memorial Lecture, October 2007, Senate House Library. (Unpublished)

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