Publications

Published work

Baker, James, ‘Cradled in what? A Foreword’, Skepsi 5:2 (2013).

…, ‘Locating Gulliver: unstable loyalism in James Gillray’s The King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver‘, Image (&) Narrative 14:1 (2013), 130-147.

…, ‘Jewishness and the Covent Garden OP War: Satiric Perceptions of John Philip Kemble‘, Nineteenth-Century Theatre and Film 40:1 (2013) [postprint available at figshare]

…, ‘Satirising a Prince, or Making Light of a Culture of Errors’, The Comics Grid 3(1):3 (2013).

Collins, Ellen and Milloy, Caren and Stone, Graham and Baker, James and Eve, Martin Paul and Priego, Ernesto, Guide to Creative Commons for humanities and social science monograph authors (OAPEN-UK and Jisc Collections, 2013).

Baker, James, ‘The OP War, Libertarian Communication and Graphic Reportage in Georgian London‘, European Comic Art 4:1 (June, 2011), 81-104 [postprint available at figshare].

Baker, James, ‘Review of Brian Maidment, Comedy, Caricature and the Social Order, 1820-50‘, Reviews in History, 1439 (2013)

…, ‘Review of Jerry White, London in the Eighteenth Century and Robert O. Bucholz and Joseph P. Ward, London: A Social and Cultural History‘, Cultural and Social History (2014)

…, ‘Review of Marc Baer, The Rise and Fall of Radical Westminster, 1780-1890 (Studies in Modern History)‘, Cultural and Social History (2014)

…, ‘Review of Christina Parolin, Radical Spaces: Venues of Popular Politics in London, 1790 – c. 1845.‘, H-Albion, H-Net Reviews (June 2012).

…, ‘Review of Todd Porterfield (ed.), The Efflorescence of Caricature: 1759-1838, Reviews in History, 1084 (2011).

…, ‘Review of Jenny Uglow, Words & Pictures: Writers, Artists and a Peculiarly British Tradition‘, in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 34:3 (July 2011), 408-409.

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Unpublished work

James Baker, ‘Isaac Cruikshank and the notion of British Liberty: 1783 – 1811‘ (University of Kent PhD thesis, 2010).

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Public writing

Baker, James, ‘Doctor Syntax: A Physical Object Analysis‘, The Comics Grid (April 2012).

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…, ‘Georgian projections of French Revolutionary madness‘, The Comics Grid (January 2012).

…, ‘Mel Calman on Oil’The Comics Grid (September 2011).

…, ‘The English Bugaboo – Cruikshank to Talbot’, The Comics Grid (July 2011).

The above three articles are reproduced in The Comics Grid. Journal of Comics Scholarship. Year One, edited by Ernesto Priego (London: The Comics Grid Digital First Editions, 2012), 178-183, 208-211, 244-247. Available via <http://www.comicsgrid.com/>.

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…, ‘Memory and Remembrance‘, British Cartoon Archive (July 2011).

…, ‘Flirting with Apocalypse‘, British Cartoon Archive (July 2011).

…, ‘Pantomime Parliamentarians‘, British Cartoon Archive (March 2011).


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