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Publications:  Prof Markman Ellis

ELLIS MS(2019). Letters, organization and the archive in Elizabeth Montagu’s correspondence. Huntington Library Quarterly vol. 81, (4)
ELLIS MS(2019). The English Mercurie Hoax and the Early History of the Newspaper. Book History vol. 22,
ELLIS MS(2017). Poetry and Civic Urbanism in the Coffee-House Library in the Mid-eighteenth Century. Before the Public Library: Reading, Community, and Identity in the Atlantic World, 1650-1850, Editors: Roberts, K, Towsey, M, vol. 61, Brill (Leiden),
ELLIS MS(2017). Coffee-house sociability and public life in John Hill’s “The Inspector”. Fame and Fortune Sir John Hill and London Life in the 1750s, Editors: Brant, C, Rousseau, G, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
ELLIS MS(2017). Salon and conversation. Samuel Richardson in Context, Editors: Schellenberg, B, Sabor, P, Cambridge University press (Cambridge),
Ellis M(2017). Coffeehouse sociability, science and public life in John Hill’s ‘the inspector’. Fame and Fortune: Sir John Hill and London Life in the 1750s,
Ellis M(2017). Salon culture and conversation. Samuel Richardson in Context,
Ellis M(2016). Crusoe, cannibalism and empire. Robinson Crusoe: Myths and Metamorphoses,
ELLIS MS, Coulton RX, Mauger M(2015). Empire of Tea: the Asian Leaf that Conquered the World. Reaktion (London),
ELLIS MS(2014). Thomas Birch's ‘Weekly Letter’ (1741–66): correspondence and history in the mid-eighteenth-century Royal Society. Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science vol. 68, (3) 261-278.
ELLIS MS(2014). Thomas Birch’s ‘Weekly Letter’ (1741-1766): correspondence and history in the mid-eighteenth-century Royal Society. Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science vol. 68, (3) Article 261,
ELLIS MS(2014). 'Novel and Empire'. The Oxford Handbook to the Eighteenth-Century Novel, Editors: Downie, A, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
ELLIS MS(2013). Reading practices in Elizabeth Montagu's epistolary network of the 1750s. Bluestockings Displayed: Portraiture, Performance and Patronage, 1730-1830, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Ellis M(2012). River and labour in Samuel Scott's thames views in the mid-eighteenth century. London Journal vol. 37, (3) 152-173.
Ellis M(2012). 'An author in form': Women writers, print publication, and Elizabeth Montagu's Dialogues of the Dead. ELH - English Literary History vol. 79, (2) 417-445.
ELLIS MS (2012). 'Coffeehouse', in 'British and Irish Literature', ed Andrew Hadfield, in Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford University Press
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ELLIS MS(2011). ‘That Singular And Wonderful Quadruped’: The Kangaroo As Historical Intangible Natural Heritage in the Eighteenth Century. Intangible Natural Heritage: New Perspectives on Natural Objects, Editors: Dorfman, E, Routledge (London),
ELLIS MS(2011). Prostitution and Eighteenth-Century Culture: Sex, Commerce and Morality. Editors: Ellis, M, lewis, A, Pickering and Chatto (London),
Ellis M (2010). Tea and the Tea-Table in Eighteenth-Century England. Pickering and Chatto Notes: 4 volume scholarly edition. General editor Markman Ellis. Volume 1: Literary Representations of Tea and the Tea-Table (Editor: Markman Ellis) Other volumes edited by Richard Coulton, Matthew Mauger, and Ben Dew.,
Ellis M(2009). Coffee-House Libraries in Mid-Eighteenth-Century London. The Library: the transactions of the Bibliographical Society vol. 10, (1) 3-40.
ELLIS MS (2009). 'Coffee-House Library Short-title Catalogue'. Bibliographical Society of Great Britain Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob , Notes: Bibliographical Society: Electronic Publications on the web,
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ELLIS MS(2008). Enlightenment or Illumination: The Spectre of Conspiracy in Gothic Fictions of the 1790s. Recognizing the Romantic Novel: New Histories of British Literature, Editors: Sussman, C, Heydt-Stevenson, J, Liverpool University Press (Liverpool),
Ellis M(2008). An introduction to the coffee-house: A discursive model. Language & Communication vol. 28, (2) 156-164.
ELLIS MS(2008). 'Coffee-houses in Johnson's London'. The New Rambler vol. 2006-2007, 3-14.
ELLIS MS(2008). 'Poetry, science and some lawyers: coffee-houses in Fleet Street and Temple Bar'. Tea and Coffee in the Age of Johnson, Editors: Pickford, S, Johnson House Museum (London),
ELLIS M(2008). 'Spectacles within doors': panoramas of London in the 1790s. Romanticism vol. 14, (2) 133-148.
ELLIS MS(2007). 'Suffering Things: Lapdogs, Slaves, and Counter-Sensibility'. The Secret Life of Things: Animals, Objects, and It-Narratives in Eighteenth-Century England, Editors: Blackwell, M, Bucknell University Press (Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, US),
ELLIS MS(2006). 'Poetry and the City'. The Blackwell Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry, Editors: Gerrard, C, Blackwell (Oxford),
ELLIS MS (2006). Eighteenth Century Coffee-House Culture. Pickering & Chatto
ELLIS MS(2005). 'Trade'. Jane Austen in Context, Editors: Todd, J, Cambridge UP (Cambridge),
Ellis M(2004). The Politics of Sensibility. Cambridge Univ Pr
ELLIS MS(2004). 'Pasqua Rosee's Coffee House 1652 - 1666'. London Journal vol. 29, (1) 1-25.
ELLIS MS, Salih S, Carey B(2004). Discourses of Slavery and Abolition: Britain and its Colonies, 1760 - 1838. Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke),
ELLIS MS(2004). The Coffee House: A Cultural History. Weidenfeld and Nicolson (London),
ELLIS MS (2004). The Coffee-House, a discursive model. Notes: E-book A Coffee House Conversation on the International Art World and its Exclusion Abdullah, H. and Cox, G. (Eds.),
ELLIS MS(2003). "The Cane-land Isles": Commerce and Empire in late-Eighteenth-century Georgic and Pastoral Poetry. Islands in History and Representation, Editors: Edmond, R, Smith, V, Routledge (London),
ELLIS MS(2001). 'Ignatius Sancho's Shandean Sentimental Letters, and the Politics of Form'. Genius in Bondage: Literature of the Early Black Atlantic, Editors: Caretta, V, Gould, P, University Press of Kentucky (Kentucky),
ELLIS MS(2001). 'The Coffee-Women, the Spectator, and the Public Sphere in the Early-Eighteenth Century'. Women and the Public Sphere 1700-1830, Editors: Eger, E, Grant, C, Cambridge UP (Cambridge),
Ellis M(2000). The history of gothic fiction. Edinburgh Univ Pr
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