International Conflict


G. Cross (2017). Slybirds A Photographic Odyssey of the 353rd Fighter Group During the Second World War. 

GE. Cross (2012). The Diplomatic Education of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1882-1933. Palgrave Macmillan. 

GE. Cross (2001). Jonah’s Feet are Dry The Experience of the 353rd Fighter Group During World War II.

S. Edwards (2015). Allies in Memory. Cambridge University Press. 

S. Edwards, alongside M. Dolski, J. Buckley (2014). D-Day in History and Memory The Normandy Landings in International Remembrance and Commemoration. University of North Texas Press.

H. Matheson-Pollock, J. Paul, C. Fletcher (2018). Queenship and Counsel in Early Modern Europe. Springer. 

C. Fletcher (2015). Diplomacy in Renaissance Rome The Rise of the Resident Ambassador. Cambridge University Press. 

C. Fletcher (2012). Our Man in Rome Henry VIII and his Italian Ambassador. Random House. 

K. Hurlock (2012). Wales and the Crusades.

K. Hurlock (2013). Britain, Ireland and the Crusades, C.1000-1300. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. 

K. Hurlock, P. Oldfield (2015). Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World. Boydell Press. 

S. Hurst (1996). The Carter Administration and Vietnam. Macmillan.

S. Hurst (1999). The Foreign Policy of the Bush Administration. Pinter Pub Limited. 

S. Hurst (2009). The United States and Iraq since 1979: Hegemony, oil and war. 

S. Hurst (2018). The United States and the Iranian Nuclear Programme A Critical History. Edinburgh University Press. 

SA. Hurst (2005). Cold War US Foreign Policy: Key Perspectives. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 

G. Phillips (1999). The Anglo-Scots Wars 1513-1550. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer Incorporated. 

JT. Roche (2015). The Second Crusade: Holy War on the Periphery of Latin Christendom. JT. Roche. Brepols.

Book Chapters

G. Cross (2020). Franklin D. Roosevelt and U.S. Foreign Policy. Oxford University Press, 

SR. Edwards (2016). Twelve o’clock high and American Airpower, 1949-1967. A. Froula, S. Takacs. In: American Militarism on the Small Screen. Routledge, pp.46-62. 

SR. Edwards, M. Dolski, J. Buckley (2014). Introduction. In: D-Day in History and Memory The Normandy Landings in International Remembrance and Commemoration. University of North Texas Press, 

S. Edwards (2014). The beginning of the end: D-day in British memory. In: D-Day in History and Memory: The Normandy Landings in International Remembrance and Commemoration. pp.85-130.

C. Fletcher (2018). The Ladies’ Peace Revisited: Gender, counsel and diplomacy. In: Queenship and Counsel in Early Modern Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, 

C. Fletcher (2014). Mere emulators of Italy: The Spanish in Italian diplomatic discourse, 1492-1550. In: The Spanish Presence in Sixteenth-Century Italy: Images of Iberia. Ashgate, 

C. Fletcher (2013). Performing Henry at the court of Rome. In: Henry VIII and the Court: Art, Politics and Performance. Ashgate,

KS. Hurlock (2010). Norman Conquests, Norman Expansion. In: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology, Volume 1.

K. Hurlock (2005). Power preaching and the Crusades in Pura Wallia c.1180-c.1280. B. Weiler, J. Burton, K. Stober. In: Thirteenth Century England XI: Proceedings of the Gregynog Conference 2005. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, pp.94-108.

S. Hurst (2014). Parties, polarization, and US foreign policy. I. Parmar, LB. Miller, M. Ledwidge. In: Obama and the World New Directions in US Foreign Policy. London: Routledge, pp.95-106.

S. Hurst (2009). Reforming the national security apparatus. In: Assessing the George W. Bush Presidency: A Tale of Two Terms. pp.100-114. 

SA. Hurst (2009). Reconstructing the National Security Bureacracy. J. Herbert, A. Wroe. In: Assessing the George W. Bush Presidency: A Tale of Two Terms. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp.100-114. 

SA. Hurst (2006). Conservatism Resurgent? The Foreign Policy of the Bush Administration. I. Morgan, P. Davies. In: Right On? Political Change and Continuity in George Bush’s America. London: Institute for the Study of the Americas, pp.41-58. 

C. Millington (2014). France in an Era of Global War, 1914–1945. In: France in an Era of Global War, 1914-1945. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 

J. Roche (2018). The Byzantine Conception of the Latin Barbarian and Distortion in the Greek Narratives of the Early Crusades. KV. Jensen, CS. Jensen, JM. Jensen. In: Fighting for the Faith – the Many Crusades. The society Runica et mediævalia, Stockholm University, pp.143-173. 

JT. Roche (2015). The Second Crusade: Main Debates and New Horizons. In: The Second Crusade: Holy War on the Periphery of Latin Christendom. Brepols.

JT. Roche (2015). Crusades in the Holy Land and Egypt (Consequences). In: The Crusades to the Holy Land: the Essential Reference Guide. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, pp.xxv-xxviii. 

JT. Roche (2015). Crusades in the Holy Land and Egypt (Causes). In: The Crusades to the Holy Land: the Essential Reference Guide. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, pp.xix-xxiv. 

JT. Roche (2008). Niketas Choniates as a Source for the Second Crusade in Anatolia. E. Altan. In: Festschrift in Memory of Prof. Dr. Iþýn Demirkent. pp.379-388.

Journal Articles

GE. Cross (2018). ‘The World’s Peace’ – Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points. Bulletin of the Western Front Association.


C. Fletcher, JM. DeSilva (2010). Italian Ambassadorial Networks in Early Modern Europe—An Introduction. Journal of Early Modern History. 14(6), pp.505-512. 

C. Fletcher (2010). War, Diplomacy and Social Mobility: The Casali Family in the Service of Henry VIII. Journal of Early Modern History. 14(6), pp.559-578. 

C. Fletcher (2009). ‘Furnished with gentlemen’: the ambassador’s house in sixteenth-century Italy. Renaissance Studies. 

K. Hurlock (2011). The Crusades to 1291 in the annals of medieval Ireland. Irish Historical Studies. 37(148), pp.517-534.

S. Hurst, A. Wroe (2016). Partisan polarization and US foreign policy: Is the centre dead or holding?.International Politics. 53(5), pp.666-682. 

S. Hurst (2016). The Iranian Nuclear Negotiations as a Two-Level Game: The Importance of Domestic Politics. Diplomacy & Statecraft. 27(3), pp.545-567. 

S. Hurst (2012). Obama and Iran. International Politics. 49(5), pp.545-567. 

SA. Hurst (2007). `Who Started It?’: Cold War Historiography. New England Journal of History. 64(1), pp.12-30. 

S. Hurst (2005). Myths of neoconservatism: George W. Bush’s ‘Neo-conservative’ foreign policy revisited. International Politics. 42(1), pp.75-96. 

S. Hurst (2004). The rhetorical strategy of George H. W. Bush during the Persian Gulf crisis 1990-91: How to help lose a war you won. Political Studies. 52(2), pp.376-392. 

S. Hurst (1997). Regionalism or globalism? the Carter administration and Vietnam. Journal of Contemporary History. 32(1), pp.81-95.

S. Hurst (2011). An Outsider in the White House: Jimmy Carter, His Advisors, and the Making of American Foreign Policy. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW. 116, 1535-1536. 

C. Millington (2018). Were we terrorists? History, terrorism, and the French Resistance. History Compass. 16(2), pp.e12440-e12440. 

M. Peñalba-Sotorrío (2019). Beyond the War: Nazi Propaganda Aims in Spain during the Second World War. Journal of Contemporary History. 54(4), pp.902-926. 

M. Peñalba-Sotorrío (2019). Introduction: Spanish-German Relations during the Second World War.Journal of Contemporary History. 54(4), pp.825-833. 

AC. Moreno Cantano, M. Peñalba Sotorrío (2019). Tinta franquista al servicio de Hitler: la editorial Blass y la propaganda alemana (1939-1945). RIHC. Revista Internacional de Historia de la Comunicación. pp.344-369. 

M. Peñalba-Sotorrío (2012). German Propaganda in Francoist Spain: Diplomatic Information Bulletins as a Primary Tool of Nazi Propaganda. Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies. 37(1),

G. Phillips (2018). Pigeons in the Trenches: animals, communications technologies and the British Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918. The British Journal for Military History. 4(3), pp.60-80. 

G. Phillips (2018). “Technology, ‘Machine Age’ Warfare, and the Military Use of Dogs, 1880–1918,”.Journal of Military History. 82(1), pp.67-94. 

JT. Roche (2015). The Second Crusade: Lisbon, Damascus and the Wendish Campaigns. History Compass. 13(11), pp.599-609.

JT. ROCHE (2009). In the Wake of Mantzikert: The First Crusade and the Alexian Reconquest of Western Anatolia. History. 94(314), pp.135-153. 

JT. Roche (2006). ‘Conrad III and the Second Crusade: Retreat from Dorylaion?’. Crusades. 5, pp.85-97.