Research monograph

English Nationalism and Euroscepticism: losing the peace (Oxford: Peter Lang Ltd, 2012). ISBN 978-3-0343-0204-3

Edited volumes (with Shanti Sumartojo)

Commemorating Race and Empire in the First World War Centenary (Presses Universitaires de Provence-Liverpool University Press, 2018)

Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration: mobilizing the past in Europe, Australia and New Zealand (Oxford: Peter Lang Ltd, 2014)

Refereed journal articles

Narrative Alignment and Misalignment: NATO as a Global Actor as Seen from Australia and New Zealand‘ (with Serena Kelly, Joe Burton, Bruce Wilson and Martin Holland), Asian Security, 14, 1: 24-37 (2017).

Our Island Story: England, Europe and the Anglosphere Alternative’, Political Studies Review14, 3: 368-77 (2016).

‘Populism and Sovereignty: the EU Act and the in-out referendum debate, 2010-15’ (with Emma Vines), Parliamentary Affairs, 69, 2: 309-26 (2016).

Euro-myth: nationalism, war and the legitimacy of the European Union‘ (with Ben Power), National Identities, 18, 2: 157-77 (2016).

First World War Commemoration in Belgium and the Netherlands in Comparative Perspective‘, BMGN-Low Countries Historical Review, 131, 3: 99-109 (2016).

‘Euroscepticism and the Anglosphere: traditions and dilemmas in contemporary English nationalism’ (with Helen Baxendale), Journal of Common Market Studies, 53, 1: 123-39, (2015).

‘European Integration and the End of an Imperial Consciousness in Britain’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 60, 1: 93-109, (2014).

‘Enoch Powell, the lonesome leader’, Humanities Research Journal, 19, 1: 45-60 (2013).

‘Losing the Peace: Euroscepticism and the foundations of contemporary English nationalism’ in Nations and Nationalism 16, 3: 488-505 (2010).

‘Between Vladivostok and Africa: teaching European Studies in Australia’ in Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 1, 1: 25-35 (2009).

‘Rump Britain: Nationalism and Britishness in Conservative England,’ National Identities, 9, 4: 395-412 (2007).

‘Crown and Country: empire and nation in Australian nationalism, 1788-1999,’ in Journal of Australian Colonial History, 5: 148-70 (2004).

‘Britishness and the Failure of Australian Republicanism’ in Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 3, 2: 35-50 (2003).

‘Empire-nation: national and imperial discourse in English nationalism’ in Nations and Nationalism, 8, 1: 95-109 (2002).

‘Insecure Australia: anti-politics for a passive Federation’ with Paul James in Arena Journal, New Series 16: 133-150. (2001)

‘England’s Occluded Nationalism. State and Nation in English Identity’ in Arena Journal, New Series 14: 99-112 (2000)

Book chapters

History Wars in Germany and Australia: national museums and the relegitimisation of nationhood‘ (with Christian Wicke) in the Routledge Handbook of State-sponsored History since 1945, Nico Wouters and Berber Bevernage (eds). (Abingdon: Routledge, 2018, 431-455.

Referendums and European Integration: the Case of the United Kingdom’ (with Chris Gifford) in Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism, Benjamin Leruth, Nick Startin and Simon Usherwood (eds.). (Abingdon: Routledge, 2017.)

‘Beyond Awkwardness: England, Europe and the End of Integration’ in Gifford, C and Tournier-Sol, K (eds.) The UK Challenge to Europeanization (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2015)

‘Lest You Forget: Australian nationalism in a global era’ in Sumartojo, S. and Wellings, B. (eds.) Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration: Mobilizing the Past in Europe, Australia and New Zealand (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2014).

‘Into the Archives’ in Problems in Research: perspectives from the engine room, Bruter, M. and Lodge, M. (eds.) (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2013).

‘The English in Australia: a non-nation in search of an ethnicity?’ in Britishness, Identity and Citizenship: views from abroad, Mycock, A. and McGlynn, C. (eds.) (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2011).

‘Nation, History, Museum: the politics of the past at the National Museum of Australia’ in Nations and Their Histories: constructions and representations, Carvahlo, S. and Gemmene, F. (eds.) (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).

‘English National Identity, 1770s – 1880s’ in Nations and Nationalism in Global Perspective: an encyclopedia of origins, development and contemporary transitions (2008, ABC-CLIO).

Other publications

Book Review: The Tories by Timothy Heppell and Revolt on the Right by Matthew Ford & Robert Goodwin, Australian Journal of Politics and History (forthcoming, 2015).

Book Review: The Politics of English Nationhood by Michael Kenny in Nations and Nationalism,  January 2015.

Book Review: Integrating Indifference by Virgine van Ingelgom in West European Politics (2016).

Book Review: The Europe Dilemma: Britain and the Drama of European Integration by Roger Liddle, Australian Journal of Politics and History, (2016).

Book Review: The Struggle for EU Legitimacy: public contestation, 1950-2005 by Claudia Scrag Sternberg, International Affairs, 90, 4, July 2014.

Exhibition Review: ‘Spectacular Objects’, National Library of Australia, History Australia, 2012.

Exhibition Review: ‘The Rats of Tobruk’, Australian War Memorial, History Australia, 2011.

Book Review: ‘British National Identity and Opposition to Europe, 1961-3: the Anti-marketeers’ in Nations and Nationalism, 16, 2, April 2010.

Book Chapter: ‘My Flags: politics and national identity in red, white and blue’ in Caught in the Breeze (Canberra, Blemish Books, 2010).

Book Review: ‘(Re)visualizing National History: Museums and National Identities in Europe in the New Millennium’ edited by Robin Ostow in Re-Collections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia, Autumn 2009.

Newspaper Article: ‘EU unified on foreign policy despite occasional disagreements’, Foreign Exchange – the Canberra Times, 8 November 2007.

Book Review (with Shanti Sumartojo): ‘Rethinking Nationalism’ by Jonathan Hearn in Scottish Affairs, March 2007.

Book Review: Kay Schaffer and Sidonie Smith, ‘Human Rights and Narrated Lives’ in Borderlines online journal, October 2006.

Book Review: Graham Day and Andrew Thompson, ‘Theorizing Nationalism’ in Nations and Nationalism, 12, 2: 359-60 (2006).

Book Review: Michael Rosie, ‘Of Bitter Memory and Regret: the sectarian myth in Scotland’, in Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 5, 1: 59-61 (2005).

Book Review: Britain and European Integration: views from within by Anand Menon (ed.), Australian Journal of Political Science, 43, 3: 466-7 (2005).

Exhibition Catalogue: Royal Romance: Queen Elizabeth’s 1954 Tour of Australia (with Guy Hansen, Rebecca Hessling and Cinnamon van Reyk). Canberra: National Museum of Australia (2004).