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Publications:  Prof Alastair Owens

Owens A, Jeffries N(2016). People and Things on the Move: Domestic Material Culture, Poverty and Mobility in Victorian London. International Journal of Historical Archaeology vol. 20, (4) 804-827.
10.1007/s10761-016-0350-9
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/15063
Broughton T, Owens A, Strange JM(2016). Editorial. Journal of Victorian Culture vol. 21, (1) 1-2.
10.1080/13555502.2015.1126020
BLUNT A, JOHN E, LIPMAN C, OWENS A(2013). Centre for Studies of Home: a partnership between Queen Mary, University of London and the Geffrye Museum of the Home. Collaborative Geographies: The politics, practicalities, and promise of working together, Editors: CRAGGS, R, GEOGHEGAN, H, KEIGHREN, IM, Edition. 43, Historical Geography Research Group (London),
Green DR, Owens A(2013). Geographies of wealth: real estate and personal property ownership in England and Wales, 1870–1902. The Economic History Review vol. 66, (3) 848-872.
10.1111/1468-0289.12001
OWENS A, Green DR(2012). The final reckoning: using death duty records to research wealth holding in nineteenth-century England and Wales. Archives: Journal of the British Records Association vol. 38, (126) 1-21.
10.3828/archives.2013.1
Green DR, Owens A, Maltby J, Rutterford J(2011). Preface.
OWENS A(2011). Assets of the dead: wealth, investment and modernity in nineteenth and early twentieth-century England and Wales. Men, Women, and Money, Editors: Green, DR, Maltby, J, Owens, A, Rutterford, J et al., Oxford Univ Pr
Rutterford J, Green DR, Maltby J, Owens A(2011). Who comprised the nation of shareholders? Gender and investment in Great Britain, c. 1870-1935. ECON HIST REV vol. 64, (1) 157-187.
10.1111/j.1468-0289.2010.00539.x
Green DR, Owens A, Maltby J, Rutterford J(2011). Men, Women, and Money: Perspectives on Gender, Wealth and Investment, 1850-1930. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Green DR, OWENS A, Maltby J, Rutterford J(2011). Men, women and money: an introduction. Men, Women and Money: Perspectives on Gender, Wealth and Investment, Editors: Green, DR, Owens, A, Maltby, J, Rutterford, J et al., Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Owens A(2010). The Greater London History and Heritage Handbook. LOND J vol. 35, (1) 104-105.
Owens A, Jeffries N, Wehner K, Featherby R(2010). Fragments of the Modern City: Material Culture and the Rhythms of Everyday Life in Victorian London. J VICT CULT vol. 15, (2) 212-225.
10.1080/13555502.2010.491657
Addabbo T, Arrizabalaga M-P, Borderias C, Owens A(2010). Gender Inequalities, Households and the Production of Well-Being in Modern Europe. Ashgate (Farnham),
Addabbo T, Arrizabalaga M-P, Borderias C, OWENS A(2010). Introduction: households, gender and the production of well-being. Gender inequalities, households and the production of well-being in modern Europe, Editors: Addabbo, T, Arrizabalga, M-P, Borderias, C, Owens, A et al., Ashgate (Farnham),
Green DR, OWENS A, Matlby J(2009). Lives in the balance? Gender, age and assets in late-nineteenth-century England and Wales. Continuity and Change vol. 24, (2) 307-335.
10.1017/S026841600900719X
JEFFRIES N, OWENS A, HICKS D, FEATHERBY R(2009). Rematerialising Metropolitan Histories? People, Places and Things in Modern London. Crossing Paths or Sharing Tracks? Future Directions in the Archaeological Stuidy of post-1550 Britain and Ireland, Editors: Horning, A, Palmer, M, vol. 5, Boydell and Brewer (Woodbridge),
Rutterford J, Matlby J, Green DR, OWENS A(2009). Researching shareholding and investment in England and Wales: Approaches, sources and methods. Accounting History vol. 14, (3) 269-292.
10.1177/1032373209335292
Docherty A, Owens A, Asadi-Lari M, Petchey R, Williams J, Carter YH(2008). Knowledge and information needs of informal caregivers in palliative care: a qualitative systematic review. PALLIATIVE MED vol. 22, (2) 153-171.
10.1177/0269216307085343
OWENS A(2008). Una inverió oculta? Dones i empresa a Anglaterra, 1750-1900. Història, economia y cultura vol. 56, (2) 61-89.
Gunn S, Owens A(2006). Nature, technology and the modern city: an introduction. CULT GEOGR vol. 13, (4) 491-496.
10.1191/1474474006cgj371ed
Owens A, Green DR, Bailey C, Kay AC(2006). A measure of worth: probate valuations, personal wealth and indebtedness in England, 1810-40. HIST RES vol. 79, (205) 383-403.
10.1111/j.1468-2281.2006.00365.x
OWENS A, Craig B, Beachy R(2006). Introduction. Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Separate Spheres, Berg (Oxford),
OWENS A(2006). Making some provision for the contingencies to which their sex is particularly liable: women and investment in early nineteenth-century England. Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Separate Spheres, Berg (Oxford),
OWENS A, Beachy R, Craig B(2006). Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Separate Spheres. Berg (Oxford),
Owens A, Randhawa G(2004). 'It's different from my culture; they're very different': providing community-based, 'culturally competent' palliative care for South Asian people in the UK. HEALTH SOC CARE COMM vol. 12, (5) 414-421.
10.1111/j.1365-2524.2004.00511.x
Randhawa G, Owens A(2004). The meanings of cancer and perceptions of cancer services among South Asians in Luton, UK. BRIT J CANCER vol. 91, (1) 62-68.
10.1038/sj.bjc.6601892
OWENS A, Khan Z, Fitches R, Randhawa G(2004). 'Communication in the development of culturally competent palliative care services in the UK: a case study.'. International Journal of Palliative Nursing. vol. 9, 24-31.
10.12968/ijpn.2003.9.1.11042
OWENS A, Green DR(2004). Family Welfare: Gender, Property and Inheritance since the Seventeenth Century. Praeger (Westport),
OWENS A, Green DR(2004). Introduction: Family Welfare and the Welfare Family. Family Welfare: Gender, Property and Inheritance since the Seventeenth Century, Editors: Green, DR, Owens, A, Praeger (Westport, Connecticut and London),
Owens A(2004). Property, power, and the city in Great Britain. J URBAN HIST vol. 30, (2) 299-310.
10.1177/0096144203259329
Green DR, Owens A(2003). Gentlewomanly capitalism? Spinsters, widows, and wealth holding in England and Wales, c.1800-1860. ECON HIST REV vol. 56, (3) 510-536.
10.1111/j.1468-0289.2003.00260.x
Owens A(2002). Inheritance and the life-cycle of family firms in the early industrial revolution. BUS HIST vol. 44, (1) 21-+.
10.1080/713999259
Owens A(2001). Property, gender and the life course: Inheritance and family welfare provision in early 19th-century England. SOC HIST vol. 26, (3) 299-317.
10.1080/03071020110070882
OWENS A, Stobart J(2000). Introduction. Urban Fortunes: Property and Inheritance in the Town, 1700-1900, Editors: Stobart, J, Owens, A, Ashgate (Aldershot),
OWENS A(2000). Property, will making and estate disposal in an industrial town, 1800-57. Urban Fortunes: Property and Inheritance in the Town, Editors: Stobart, J, Owens, A, Ashgate (Aldershot),
Green DR, OWENS A(1997). Metropolitan estates of the middle class: probates and death duties revisited. Historical Research vol. 70, 294-311.
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