Professor Hannah Smithson

Refereed journal articles

Chapters in books


Dr Paul Gray

Journal articles


Research reports

Professor Melanie Tebbutt

Featured Works

Books (authored/edited/special issues)

Refereed journal articles

Chapters in books

Dr Rob Drummond


Journal articles and Book chapters

Newspaper/mainstream media articles


Dr Deborah Jump

coming soon!

Dr April Pudsey


Dr Caitlin Nunn

Refereed Articles

Nunn, C. (2017) ‘Translations-Generations: Representing and producing migration generations through arts-based research.’ Journal of Intercultural Studies 38(1): 1-17.

Nunn, C., Gifford, S.M., McMichael, C. & Correa-Velez, I. (2017) ‘Navigating precarious terrains: Reconceptualising refugee youth settlement.’ Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees 33(2): 45-55.

McMichael, C., Nunn, C., Correa-Velez, I. & Gifford, S.M. (2017) ‘Resettlement of refugee youth in Australia: Experiences and outcomes over time.’ Forced Migration Review 54: 66-67.

Nunn, C., McMichael, C., Gifford, S.M. & Correa-Velez, I. (2016) ‘Mobility and security: The perceived benefits of citizenship for resettled young people from refugee backgrounds.’ Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42(3): 382-399.

Nunn, C. (2016) ‘Introductory Essay: Home: An exploratory journey with young Somali-Australians.’ Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 12(1):

Sharp, T., Nguyen, C. N., Nunn, C. et al. (2016) ‘Home: An exploratory journey with young Somali-Australians.’ [Audio-visual work] Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies 12(1):

McMichael, C.; Nunn, C., Gifford, S.M. & Correa-Velez, I. (2016) ‘Return visits and belonging to countries of origin among young people from refugee backgrounds.’ Global Networks 17(3): 382-399.

McMichael, C., Nunn, C., Gifford, S.M. & Correa-Velez, I. (2015) ‘Studying refugee settlement with longitudinal research: Methodological and ethical insights from the Good Starts study’. Journal of Refugee Studies 28(2): 238-257.

Nunn, C., McMichael, C., Gifford, S.M. & Correa-Velez, I. (2014) ‘“I came to this country for a better life”: Factors mediating employment trajectories among young people who migrated to Australia as refugees during adolescence’ Journal of Youth Studies 17(9):1205-1220.

Nunn, C. (2010) ‘Spaces to speak: Challenging representations of Sudanese Australians’ Journal of Intercultural Studies 31(2):183-198.


Audio-Visual and Arts Outputs

Nunn, C., Al Jamal, A., Al Khalaf, A., et. al (2017). From Syria to Gateshead [Exhibition] BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, UK.

Nunn, C., Aung, N.C., Htoo, W.D., et. al (2016). Belonging in Bendigo [Exhibition] Morley’s Emporium Community Arts Space, Bendigo, Australia.

McPhillips, S., Nunn, C., Aung, N.C., et. al (2016). Belonging in Bendigo: A participatory arts-based research project with refugee background youth in an Australian regional city. [Video]

Nunn, C., Sharp, T., Nguyen, D.C., et. al (2009). 4us: Young people with refugee backgrounds living in Australia [DVD]. La Trobe Refugee Research Centre, La Trobe University, Australia.

Nunn, C., Nguyen, H.T., Nguyen, D.C., et. al (2009). Translations-Generations: A collaborative, multi-arts event exploring generational change and intergenerational relations among Vietnamese Australians. [Exhibition] Big West Festival, Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia.


Research Reports

Nunn, C. (2018) 'Dispersed Belongings: A participatory arts-based study of resettled refugee young people in regional cities in Australia and the United Kingdom.' Findings report for project partners. Dispersed Belongings

Alex Wheatle MBE

Books (authored / edited / special issues)

A. Wheatle (2017). Straight Outta Crongton. Hachette UK.

A. Wheatle (2016). Crongton Knights Crongton. Hachette UK.

A. Wheatle (2015). Liccle Bit. Hachette UK.

A. Wheatle (2011). Brixton Rock. HopeRoad.

Dr John Bellamy

Authored books

Bellamy, J. 2012. Language Attitudes in England and Austria. A Sociolinguistic Investigation into Perceptions of High and Low-Prestige Varieties in Manchester and Vienna. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner.


Journal articles

Bellamy, J. Under review. ‘Remixing German. Marginalisation, linguistic practices and identity construction amongst young people in Dortmund’. Journal of Germanic Linguistics.

Bellamy, J. and K. Horner. (2019). ‘Ein Mischmasch aus Deutsch und Französisch: Ideological tensions in young people’s discursive constructions of Luxembourgish’. Sociolinguistic Studies 12 (3-4).


Chapters in books

Bellamy, J. Accepted, forthcoming. Contemporary perspectives on language standardisation. In: Ayes-Bennett, W. and J. Bellamy (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Language Standardisation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Horner, K. and J. Bellamy. 2018. ‘Ich wollte gerne mal Englisch: Language in education policy and social inequality in globalising Luxembourg’. In: Dannerer, M. and P. Mauser (eds). Forms of Multilingualism in Secondary and Tertiary Education. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag. 163-180.

Bellamy, J. 2016 ‘Discussing Ruhrdeutsch: Attitudes towards Spoken German in the Ruhr Region.’ In: Rutten, G. and K. Horner (eds). Metalinguistic Perspectives on Germanic Languages: European Case Studies from Past to Present. Oxford: Peter Lang (Historical Sociolinguistics).

Horner, K. and J. Bellamy. 2016 ‘Beyond the micro-macro interface in language and identity research.’ In: Preece, S. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Language and Identity. Abingdon: Routledge.


Edited volumes

Ayes-Bennett, W. and J. Bellamy (eds).Forthcoming. The Cambridge Handbook of Language Standardisation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dr Ben Bowman

coming soon!

Dr Jenny Cromwell


Cromwell, Jennifer (forthcoming, 2019). Daily Life in Byzantine and Early Islamic Egypt: Evidence from the Coptic Sources. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2017). Recording Village Life: A Coptic Scribe in Early Islamic Egypt. New Texts from Ancient Cultures. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.



Edited Books

Cromwell, Jennifer and Grossman, Eitan (2018) Scribal Repertoires in Egypt from the New Kingdom to the Early Islamic Period. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McKechnie, Paul and Cromwell, Jennifer (2018) Ptolemy I and the Transformation of Egypt. Leiden: Brill.


Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Cromwell, Jennifer (in press, 2019). “From Village to Monastery: Finding Children in the Coptic Record from Egypt,” in Lesley Beaumont, Matthew Dillon, and Nicola Harrington (eds) Children in Antiquity. London: Routledge.

Berkes, Lajos andCromwell, Jennifer (in press, 2018) “An amīr between Umayyads and Abbassids: A Note on P.KRU 70,” Chronique d’Égypte 93.

Cromwell, Jennifer (in press, 2018) “‘Listen to my mistreatment’: Support networks for widows and divorcées in the Coptic record,” in Christian Laes and Sabine Huebner (eds.) Singles in Roman Antiquity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cromwell, Jennifer and Grossman, Eitan (2018) “Scribes, Repertoires, and Variation,” in Jennifer Cromwell and Eitan Grossman (eds.), Beyond Free-Variation. Scribal Repertoires Egypt from the New Kingdom to the Early Islamic Period. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1–19.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2018) “Greek or Coptic? Scribal Decisions in 8th Century Egypt,” in J. Cromwell & E. Grossman (eds.), Beyond Free-Variation. Scribal Repertoires Egypt from the New Kingdom to the Early Islamic Period. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 251–272.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2017) “The Threads that Bind Us: Aspects of Textile Production in Late Antique Thebes,” in Camilla Di Biase-Dyson and Leonie Donovan (eds.) The Cultural Manifestations of Religious Experience. Studies in Honour of Boyo G. Ockinga. Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, pp. 213–224.

Cromwell, Jennifer(2017) “Five Tax Receipts from Djeme in Columbia University,” Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 54, pp. 143–155.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2017) “New Texts from Early Islamic Egypt: A Bilingual Taxation Archive,” Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 201, pp. 232–252.

Choat, Malcolm andCromwell, Jennifer (2016) “Thebes in Late Antiquity,” in Paloa Buzi, Antonio Complani, and Federico Contardi (eds.) Coptic Society, Literature and Religion from Late Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Coptic Studies, Rome, September 17th–22nd, 2012. Volume I. Leuven: Peeters, pp. 695–698.

Cromwell, Jennifer(2016) “Coptic Documents in Two Copies: Examination and Context of the Duplication Process,” in Jakub Urbanik (eds.) Proceedings of the 27th International Congress of Papyrology, Warsaw 29 July3 August. Warsaw: The Raphael Taubenschlag Foundation, pp. 1055–1073.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2014/15 [2016]) “New Scribes in Old Documents,” in Enchoria. Zeitschrift füt Demotistik und Koptologie 34, pp. 49–65, pls 7–9.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2015) “One Week in January: A Register of Men from Late Antique Egypt,” in Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 51, pp. 329–349.

Cromwell, Jennifer and Prada, Luigi (2015). “Coptic Texts: 215–225a–d,” in Serena Perrone (ed.), Papiri dell'Università di Genova V (=PUG V). Roma: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, pp. 111–136, pls. 23–32.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2015) “Coptic Writing Exercises in the Petrie Museum with a Concordance of its Published Coptic Texts,” in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 195, pp. 205–221.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2015). “‘Camel, O Camel, come and fetch and carry’: On Two Petrie Camels,” in Alice Stevenson (ed.) The Petrie Museum of Archaeology: Characters and Collections. London: UCL Press, pp. 98–99.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2014) “Managing a Year’s Taxes: Tax Demands and Tax Payments in 724 CE,” in Archiv ƒür Papyrusforschung 60/1, pp. 229–239.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2013) “A Coptic Epistolary Exercise from Wadi Sarga,” in The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 99, pp. 272–275.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2013) “Keeping it in the Family: Property Concerns in 8th Century Thebes,” in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 72.2, pp. 213–232.

Cromwell, Jennifer (2013) “Coptic Texts in the Archive of Flavius Atias,” in Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 184: 280–288.

Dr Blanka Grzegorczyk

Selected publications


Grzegorczyk, B. 2019. Terror and Counter-Terror in Contemporary British Children’s Literature (forthcoming with Routledge)

Grzegorczyk, B. 2015. Discourses of Postcolonialism in Contemporary British Children’s Literature. New York: Routledge.


Grzegorczyk, B. 2019. ‘ “Something There Is That Doesn’t Love a Wall”: The Mediating Child and the Ethics of Cohabitation.’ In Intergenerational Solidarity in Children’s Literature and Film, eds. Zoe Jaques and Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak (forthcoming with the University Press of Mississippi)

Grzegorczyk, B. 2018. ‘Radical Children, Radical Fictions: Terror and Extremism in Sam Mills’s Blackout and Malorie Blackman’s Noble Conflict.’ Neohelicon. <>.

Grzegorczyk, B. 2018. ‘A Trojan Horse of a Different Colour: Counter-Terrorism and Islamophobia in Alan Gibbons’s An Act of Love and Anna Perera’s Guantanamo Boy.’ Critical Studies on Terrorism 11.1: 26-44. <>.

Grzegorczyk, B. 2013. ‘The Specter of Authenticity: Discourses of (Post)Colonialism in the African novels of Nancy Farmer.’ Academic Journal of Modern Philology 2: 19-25.

Grzegorczyk, B. 2012. ‘Rewriting Colonial Histories in Contemporary British Writing for the Young: From Below and Above.’ Bookbird: A Journal of International Children’s Literature 50.3: 34-46.

Grzegorczyk, B. 2011. ‘ “To Be Made Perfect”: Transformed World Orders in Gloria Whelan’s Fruitlands and Lois Lowry’s Giver Trilogy.’ Anglica Wratislaviensia 49: 29-36.

Grzegorczyk, B. 2010. ‘ “All I can be is who I am”: Representing Subjectivity in Terry Pratchett’s Nation.’ Children’s Literature Association Quarterly 35.2: 112-130.

Grzegorczyk, B. 2009. ‘At Home with Jane Austen: Imagining the Colonial Connection in Mansfield Park.’ Styles of Communication 1.1: 65-75.

Grzegorczyk, B. 2008. ‘ “Some courage and some wisdom, blended in measure”: On Moral Imagination in J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit.’ Hither Shore 5 (2008): 93-105.

Elsie Whittington

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