These resources, produced by colleagues at the Open University and other institutions, may be of interest to GOTH members:
- Travelling Objects – a set of narratives about a series of objects that have travelled and/or have been used across cultures, borders and geographies.
- Open Arts Objects – short films and support materials about artworks and artefacts from all over the world, created from ancient times to the present day.
- Reading Experience Database (RED) – an open-access database housed at The Open University containing over 30,000 easily searchable records documenting the history of reading in Britain from 1450 to 1945. Evidence of reading presented in UK RED is drawn from published and unpublished sources as diverse as diaries, commonplace books, memoirs, sociological surveys, and criminal court and prison records.
Relevant publications of GOTH members:
- C Baldwin, Anxious Men: Masculinity in American Fiction of the Mid-Twentieth Century, Edinburgh University Press, 2020.
- M A Katritzky & Pavel Drábek (eds), Transnational Connections in Early Modern Theatre, Manchester UP, in press.
- M A Katritzky, “Virtuous needleworkers, vicious apes: the embroideries of Mary Queen of Scots and Bess of Hardwick”. In: Münch, Birgit Ulrike; Tacke, Andreas; Herzog, Markwart and Heudecker, Sylvia eds. Künstlerinnen: neue Perspektiven auf ein Forschungsfeld der Vormoderne. Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag, 2017, pp. 48–61.
- M A Katritzky, “A wonderfull monster borne in Germany’: hairy girls in medieval and early modern German book, court and performance culture”. German Life and Letters, 67.4 (2014) pp. 467–480.
- M A Katritzky, “English troupes in early modern Germany: the women”. In: Henke, Robert and Nicholson, Eric eds. Transnational exchange in early modern theater. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, pp. 35–46.
- M A Katritzky, “Reading the actress in commedia imagery”. In: Brown, Pamela Allen and Parolin, Peter eds. Women players in England, 1500-1660: beyond the all-male stage. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008, pp. 109–143.
- M A Katritzky, Women, medicine and theatre 1500-1750: literary mountebanks and performing quacks. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007
- C Plastow (ed.) ‘Conversations with Iphigenia’. PVCRS 9 (2018).
- C Taylor, ‘“Modern Swedish Rococo”: the Neo-Georgian interior in Britain c.1920-c.1945’ in Holder, J. and McKellar, E. (eds) Re-Appraising Neo-Georgian Architecture: Colonial, Domestic and Pastoral Visions 1850-1970 (Swindon: Historic England, 2016), 151-166
- C Taylor, ‘“Painted paper of Pekin”: eighteenth-century Chinese papers in 1920s Britain’, in Huang, M. (ed.) The Reception of Chinese Art across cultures (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014) 44-64
The GOTH report 2019-20 can be viewed here.