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2022

Cheshire, Jim (2022) King Arthur Goes Mainstream: Tennyson’s Cornish Tours and Idylls of the King. In: The Legend of King Arthur: Pilgrimage, Place and the Pre-Raphaelites. Sansom, Bristol. ISBN 978-1-911408-89-5

Bracey, Andrew, Bennet, Sarah, Maier, Danica, Cheshire, Jim, Vaughan, Sian, Lumb, Lucy, Gleadell, Jenny and Breakell, Sue (2022) Bummock: Tennyson Research Centre. Flipping The Bummock Press. ISBN 9781999883027

2020

Cheshire, Jim (2020) William Morris and Stained Glass. In: The Routledge Companion to William Morris. Routledge, London, pp. 188-206. ISBN 9780415347433

Cheshire, Jim (2020) Victorian Medievalism and Secular Design. In: The Oxford Handbook of Victorian Medievalism. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 447-462. ISBN 9780199669509

Cheshire, Jim (2020) Remediation, Medievalism and Empire in T. W. Camm’s ‘Jubilee of Nations’ Window at Great Malvern Priory. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 2020 (30). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1755-1560

2017

Clayton, Owen and Cheshire, Jim (2017) Editorial. History of Photography, 41 (4). pp. 325-328. ISSN 0308-7298

Clayton, Owen and Cheshire, Jim (2017) Photography and networks [special issue of History of Photography]. History of Photography, 41 (4). pp. 325-328. ISSN 0308-7298

Cheshire, Jim (2017) Mammon and the Muses - too successful for his own good: Tennyson in the 1860s. Times Literary Supplement (5944). pp. 18-19. ISSN 0040-7895

Cheshire, Jim (2017) Material culture and the ‘Backstage’: a response to Peter K. Andersson’s ‘How civilized were the Victorians?'. Journal of Victorian Culture, 22 (1). pp. 69-80. ISSN 1355-5502

Cheshire, Jim (2017) Tennyson and mid-Victorian publishing: Moxon, poetry, commerce. Palgrave Macmillan, London. ISBN 9781137338143, 9781137338150

2016

Cheshire, Jim (2016) Amateur craft: history and theory [by] Stephen Knott (London: Bloomsbury, 2015) ISBN 9781472577344. The journal of William Morris studies, 22 (1). pp. 71-74. ISSN 1756-1353

Cheshire, Jim (2016) Home thoughts. Times Literary Supplement (5896). p. 15. ISSN 0040-7895

2015

Cheshire, Jim (2015) Fashioning church interiors: the importance of female amateur designers. In: Material religion in modern Britain. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137540553

2014

Cheshire, Jim (2014) Open access monographs: a humanities research perspective. Insights: the UKSG Journal, 27 (1). pp. 17-20. ISSN 2048-7754

2013

Cheshire, Jim and Crick-Smith, Michael (2013) Taste and morality at Plymouth Grove: Elizabeth Gaskell’s home and its decoration. The Gaskell Journal . ISSN 0951-7200

Cheshire, Jim (2013) Charles Winston and the development of conservative restoration. The Journal of William Morris Studies, 20 (2). pp. 83-102. ISSN 1756-1353

2012

Morgan, Nigel J., Cheshire, Jim, Bennett, Carol and Küpper, Tom (2012) Stained glass of Lincoln Cathedral. Scala Publishers. ISBN 9781857597745

Bennett, Carol, Morgan, Nigel, Cheshire, Jim, Kupper, H. Tom and Plumb, Gordon (2012) The post-medieval period. In: Stained glass of Lincoln Cathedral. Scala, London, pp. 48-81. ISBN 9781857597745

Crick-Smith, Michael, Crick-Smith, Ian, Faulding, Rachel and Cheshire, Jim (2012) Farringford House, Freshwater, Isle of Wight: analysis of decorative finishes & wallpapers, selected interiors, focusing on Alfred Lord Tennyson's period of occupancy (1856-1892) [architectural paint research]. [Artefact]

Crick-Smith, Michael, Crick-Smith, Ian, Faulding, Rachel and Cheshire, Jim (2012) Farringford House, Freshwater, Isle of Wight: analysis of decorative finishes & wallpapers, selected interiors, focusing on Alfred Lord Tennyson's period of occupancy (1856-1892); final report. Project Report. Crick Smith.

Cheshire, Jim (2012) The poet and his publishers: shaping Tennyson's public image. In: From compositors to collectors: essays on book trade history. British Library, London, pp. 109-132. ISBN 0712358722

Cheshire, Jim (2012) The fall of the house of Moxon: James Bertrand Payne and the Illustrated Idylls of the King. Victorian Poetry, 50 (1). pp. 67-90. ISSN 0042-5206

2011

Cheshire, Jim (2011) Publishing Tennyson in the USA: the composition of books and the decomposition of relationships. In: British Association of Victorian Studies Conference 2011: Composition and Decomposition, 01/09/2011 - 03/09/2011, University of Birmingham.

Crick-Smith, Michael, Crick-Smith, Ian, Faulding, Rachel, Croft, Paul, Thwaites, Gillian, Poole, Michael and Cheshire, Jim (2011) Kenwood House, Hampstead, London: south front interiors, architectural paint survey. Documentation. none.

2010

Cheshire, Jim (2010) Reforming iconography through Victorian stained glass. In: Victorian Forms and Formations, British Association of Victorian Studies Annual Conference, 2-4 September 2010, University of Glasgow.

Cheshire, Jim (2010) Gustave Doré's illustrations to Idylls of the king and Anglo-French politics. In: Poetry Politics and Pictures in the Nineteenth Century, 26-27 March 2010, University of Sheffield.

2009

Cheshire, Jim (2009) Curating Tennyson for the bicentenary: some reflections on 'Tennyson Transformed'. The Tennyson Research Bulletin, 9 (4). pp. 364-375. ISSN 0082-2841

Cheshire, Jim, Lord, John, Ford, Colin, Ormond, Leonee, Stoker, Ben and Thomas, Julia (2009) Tennyson transformed: Alfred Lord Tennyson and visual culture. Lund Humphries, London. ISBN 1848220030

Cheshire, Jim (2009) Tennyson transformed. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

2008

Cheshire, Jim (2008) Elizabeth Simcoe and her daughters: amateur ecclesiastical design in the 1840s. In: The 1840s. Studies in Victorian architecture and design (1). The Victorian Society. ISBN 9780901657503

Cheshire, Jim (2008) Space and the Victorian ecclesiastical interior. In: Craft, Space and Interior Design 1855-2005. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 27-43. ISBN 075465706X

Cheshire, Jim (2008) Stained glass. Victorian Review, 34 (1). pp. 71-75. ISSN 0848-1512

2007

Cheshire, Jim (2007) Tennyson transformed: Alfred Lord Tennyson and his interpreters in the visual arts (Alfred Lord Tennyson and visual culture). In: The role of the humanities in design creativity international conference, 15-16 Nov 2007, Lincoln, UK.

Cheshire, Jim (2007) Peter DeWint and the Victorians: 'the most truly English of our painters'. In: Peter DeWint 1784-1849: for the common observer of life and nature. Lund Humphries, UK, pp. 60-70. ISBN 9780853319375

2006

Cheshire, Jim (2006) Ritualism and the aesthetic interior. In: BAVS conference 2006, Victorian Cultures in Conflict, 7-9 Sep 2006, Liverpool University, UK.

2005

Cheshire, Jim (2005) Ecclesiastical metalwork and the church furnishing business in the 19th Century. In: Sacred silver conference, 25-26 Nov 2005, V&A, London, UK.

2004

Cheshire, Jim (2004) Ruskin and architecture, edited by Rebecca Daniels and Geoff Brandwood [and] Contrasts and The true principles of pointed or Christian architecture by A. W. N. Pugin, with introductions by Timothy Brittain-Catlin. The journal of William Morris studies, 15 (4). pp. 176-179. ISSN 1756-1353

Cheshire, Jim (2004) Stained glass and the Victorian gothic revival. Studies in design . Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 0719063469

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