Recent publications of members of PUNCS include:
Blackshaw, Gemma Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900, edited book (London: National Gallery Company in association with Yale University Press, 2013).
Blackshaw, Gemma and Sabine Wieber, eds, Journeys into Madness: Mapping Mental Illness in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (New York: Berghahn, 2012).
Blackshaw, Gemma and Leslie Topp, eds, Madness and Modernity: Mental Illness and the Visual Arts in Vienna 1900 (London: Lund Humphries, 2009).
Graham, Jenny Inventing Van Eyck: The Remaking of an Artist for the Modern Age (Oxford and New York: Berg, 2007)
Gregory, James The Poetry and the Politics: Radical Reform in Victorian England (London and New York: I.B. Tauris, 2014)
Gregory, James Victorians Against the Gallows. Capital Punishment and the Abolitionist Movement in Victorian Britain (London and New York: I.B. Tauris, 2011).
Gregory, James Reformers, Patrons and Philanthropists. The Cowper-Temples and High Politics in Victorian England (London and New York: I.B. Tauris, International Library of Historical Studies, 2010).
Sergeant, David Kipling’s Art of Fiction 1884-1901 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)
Stevenson Kim, J. Rowbothamand S. Pegg Crime News in Modern Britain: Press Reporting and Responsibility 1820-2010 (Palgrave Macmillan: 2013)
Articles and Book Chapters
Bautz, Annika & W. St Clair ‘‘Imperial Decadence: the making of the myths. Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s The Last Days of Pompeii (1834)’ Victorian Literature and Culture 40: 2 (2012) pp.359-396.
Blackshaw, Gemma ‘Rediscovering Anton Romako’ in ‘From Ausgleich to Jahrhundertwende: Literature and Culture 1867-1890’, Austrian Studies 16 (2008), pp.105-122.
Blackshaw, Gemma ‘The Pathological Body: Modernist Strategising in Egon Schiele’s Self-Portraiture’, Oxford Art Journal 30:3 (2007), pp.377-401.
Graham, Jenny ‘Picturing Patriotism: The Image of the Artist-Hero and the Belgian Nation State, 1830-1900’, in Dunthorne and Wintle (eds), The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Britain and the Low Countries (Leiden: Brill, 2013), pp. 171-197.
Gregory, James, ‘Eccentric Biography and the Victorians’, Biography 3: 2 (June 2007), pp.342-361.
Grey, Daniel ‘“What woman is safe…?”: Coerced medical examinations, suspected infanticide, and the response of the women’s movement in Britain, 1871-1881’, Women’s History Review 22: 3 (2013) pp.403-421.
Grey, Daniel ‘“Liable to very gross abuse”: Murder, moral panic and cultural fears over infant life insurance, 1875-1914’, Journal of Victorian Culture 18: 1 (2013) pp.54-71.
Stevenson, Kim ‘Outrageous Violations: Enabling Students to Interpret Century Newspaper Reports of Sexual Assault and Rape’, Law, Crime and History 1 :4 (2014) pp.36-61
Stevenson Kim ‘‘‘Most Intimate Violations’: Contextualising the Crime of Rape,’ in A-M. Kilday and D. Nash, eds, Histories of Crime Britain 1600-2000 (Palgrave MacMillan: 2010) pp.80-99