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Dr Richard Marsden 


Books

Marsden, R. A. (2014, forthcoming), Cosmo Innes and the Defence of Scotland’s Past c. 1825-1875, Farnham, Ashgate Press

Journal Articles

Willis M., Waddington, K. & Marsden, R. A. (2013, at press), ‘Imaginary investments: illness narratives beyond the gaze’, Journal of Literature and Science 6, pp. 53-73.

Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Gerald of Wales and competing interpretations of the Welsh Middle Ages c. 1870-1910, Welsh History Review 25, pp. 18-49.).

Essays in Edited Collections

Marsden, R. A. (2012), ‘Gerald of Wales; Welsh patriot or English Imperialist?’, in Heroes and Villains in Wales: a New History of Wales, H. Bowen (ed.), Llandysul, Gomer Press, pp. 45-51.

Marsden, R. A. (2010), ‘Scottish burgh record scholarship c. 1830-1880’ in Further from the Frontiers: Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies, McNair, A. and Ryder, J. (eds.), Aberdeen, AHRC Centre for Scottish and Irish Studies, pp. 75-87.

Marsden, R. A. (2008), ‘Editing the past; Cosmo Innes and the Scottish medieval church’, in Signs, Symbols and Words; Proceedings of the Cardiff University Reading Conference 2007, Smith A., Tennant, K. and Webb, J. (eds.), Cardiff, Cardiff Humanities Research Institute, pp. 13-30.

Marsden, R. A. (2005), ‘Race and imperialism: twelfth-century English attitudes towards Scotland’, in A Panorama of Scottish History: Contemporary Considerations, Kehoe, S. and MacPhail, I. (eds.), Glasgow, Glasgow University Press, pp. 10-23.

Encyclopaedia Entries

Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Jacobite rising (1745–46)’ in The Encyclopaedia of War, Martel, G. (ed.), Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, vol. I, pp. 1124-6.

Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Stuart, Charles Edward (“Bonnie Prince Charlie”) (1720–88)’ in The Encyclopaedia of War, Martel, G. (ed.), Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, vol. IV, pp. 2094-6.

Brough, G and Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Anglo-Welsh wars (1067-1415)’ in The Encyclopaedia of War, Martel, G. (ed.), Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, vol. I, pp. 102-6.

Brough, G and Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Llywelyn the Great (c.1173-1240)’ in The Encyclopaedia of War, Martel, G. (ed.), Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, vol. III, pp. 1262-3.

Brough, G and Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Gwynedd, Owain (r.1137-1170)’ in The Encyclopaedia of War, Martel, G. (ed.), Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, vol. II, pp. 967-9.

Brough, G and Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Rhys ap Gruffudd (1132-1197)’ in The Encyclopaedia of War, Martel, G. (ed.), Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell, vol. IV, pp. 1815-8.

Book Reviews

Marsden, R. A. (2012,), ‘Review Essay: Alex Benchimol, Intellectual Politics and Cultural Conflicts in the Romantic Period (2010); Richard J. Hill, Picturing Scotland through the Waverley Novels (2012), Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture 1780-1840, issue 20, pp. 74-8.

Marsden, R. A. (2011), ‘Review of National Museums - New Studies from Around the World, edited by S. Knell, P. Aronssson, A. Amundsen, P, A. Barnes, S. Burch, J. Carter, V. Gosselin, S. Hughes and A. Kirwan’, Journal for the Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 13.1, pp. 84-5.

Marsden, R. A. (2010), ‘Review of Wyatt, D., Slaves and Warriors in Early Medieval Britain and Ireland, 800-1200’, Kelvingrove Review 5 (online).

Magazine and Newspaper Articles

Marsden, R. A. (2012), ‘The antiquarian photography of Cosmo Innes’, History Scotland Magazine, vol. 12.3, pp. 30-5.

Marsden, R. (25 March 2011), ‘Gerald of Wales: patriotic Welshman or arrogant agent of English imperialism?’ part of the Heroes and Villains of Welsh History series in the Western Mail, pp. 27-9.

Marsden, R. (16 November 2010), ‘Time to consign this view of the past to the history books’, op. ed. article in the Western Mail, p. 18.

 

Conference Papers and Invited Lectures

Marsden, R. A. (November 2013), ‘'Images of the past: history, progress and the picturesque in nineteenth-century Scotland'’, Department of History Seminar Series, Swansea University

Marsden, R. A. (February 2011), ‘Living the past; the digital heritage of Second Life’, Linking the Chain; a Network for Digital Heritage in Wales, National Museum of Wales.

Marsden, R. A. (July 2009), ‘Parliament, progress and the past in nineteenth-century Scotland’, Past vs. Present Conference, British Association for Victorian Studies at Churchill College Cambridge.

Marsden, R. A. (May 2009), ‘Competing constitutions; Scottish history and the Anglo-British identity c. 1800-1875’, History, Archaeology, Politics and Identity; Exploring the Dynamics of the Past Conference, Cardiff University

Marsden, R. A. (April 2008), ‘Medieval municipality through nineteenth-century eyes’, Seventh Annual Crosscurrents Conference, Strathclyde University

Marsden, R. A. (June 2007), ‘Reading the past; Cosmo Innes and Scottish medieval cartularies’, Reading Images, Texts and Artefacts Conference, Cardiff University

Marsden, R. A. (May 2007), ‘Cosmo Innes and his vision of Scotland’s medieval church’, Visions of the Past Conference, Glasgow University

Marsden, R. A. (February 2006), ‘The making of Braveheart; William Wallace from the fourteenth century to the present day’, Discovering the Past and Present Seminar Series, Cardiff University

Marsden, R. A. (June 2005), ‘Walter Bower’s Scottichronicon and two nineteenth-century historians’, Postgraduate Research Forum, Glasgow University

Marsden, R. A. (October 2004), ‘Imperialistic views of the medieval past; nineteenth-century historians and Wales’, Discovering the Past and Present Seminar Series, Cardiff University

Marsden, R. A. (March 2003), ‘Race and imperialism: twelfth-century English attitudes towards Scotland’, Scot land’s World Conference, Glasgow University

Marsden, R. A. (February 2002), ‘When cultures collide; cultural antipathy between England and the ‘Celtic’ societies in the Middle Ages’, Gregynog Medieval Colloquium, University of Wales

Marsden, R. A. (June 2001), ‘The Vita Sanctæ Margaretæ: a case study in the analysis of medieval hagiography’, St Martin’s Conference, Nottingham University.

Pedagogic Presentations

Marsden, R. A. (July 2013), ‘Academic content and embedded learning literacies’, Annual Learning and Teaching Conference, Cardiff University.

Marsden, R. A. (September 2012), ‘Exploring the Past: widening participation and meaningful progression in the historical disciplines’, Teaching History in Higher Education Conference, Higher Education Academy, Institute of Historical Research

Hofmann, D. & Marsden, R. A. (June 2011), ‘Academic skills training by stealth’, Associate Tutor Conference, Cardiff University Centre for Lifelong Learning