This is a list of my non-blog writing, with links to online versions where available.
Horses, People and Parliament in the English Civil War: Extracting Resources and Constructing Allegiance (Farnham, Ashgate, 2012).
- Ashgate (hardback only; preview available)
- Amazon.com (Kindle and hardback; preview available)
- Amazon.co.uk (Kindle and hardback; preview available)
‘Equine Battering Rams? A Reassessment of Cavalry Charges in the English Civil War’, Journal of Military History, 75/3 (2011), pp. 719–31. No open access version, but see cavalry charges posts for similar information in a different form.
‘The Military Value of Horses and the Social Value of the Horse in Early Modern England’, in Peter Edwards, Karl Enenkel, and Elspeth Graham (ed by.), The Horse as Cultural Icon: The Real and the Symbolic Horse in the Early Modern World (Leiden, Brill, 2011), pp. 351–76.
‘Horse Supply and the Development of the New Model Army, 1642-1646′, War in History, (15:2, 2008), pp. 121-140.
May 2008: ‘Social-Political Animals: Humans and Non-Humans in Early Modern Society’, FORWARD symposium, Nottingham Trent University (not online but some of it ended up in my book)
November 2007: ‘The Great Supply Chain of Being: Horses, People, and Networks of Authority in Civil War Essex’, research seminar, Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln (not online but basically an embryonic version of my book without any of the good bits)
September 2001: ‘The Supply of Horses to the New Model Army’, CHORD conference, Wolverhampton University (not online, but most of the facts are in the War In History article and/or PhD thesis)
February 2000: ‘Essex and His Horses: The Supply of Horses to the Lord General’s Army in the First Civil War’, research seminar, Roehampton Institute (not online, but not very different from the first chapter of my thesis)
June 1999: ‘Horses, Logistics, and the Rise of the New Model Army’, postgraduate research seminar, Reading University (not online, but this was an embryonic version of the War In History article)
‘Horse Supply in the English Civil War, 1642-1646’, Reading University, 2001. (Can be downloaded free from EThOS, but you’ll have to search for it as there are no permalinks.)
Sandall’s History of 5th Lincolnshire Regiment: A Digital Edition: A digital edition of an out of copyright regimental history relating to the First World War, using TEI XML and Exhibit API.
‘Supplying Horses to Civil War Armies’, Lord Hopton’s Regiment of Foote Newsletter, July 2008, pp. 7-8.