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Halliday S(2020). Hearing and the Senses. Sound and Literature, Editors: Snaith, A, Cambridge University Press
Halliday S(2016). Electricity, Telephony, and Communications. Late Victorian Into Modern, Editors: Marcus, L, Mendelssohn, M, Shepherd-Barr, KE, Oxford University Press, USA
HALLIDAY SJR(2016). Electricity and Homosexuality: from 19th-centry American Sexual Health Literature to D. H. Lawrence. Centaurus: An International Journal for the History of Science and its Cultural Aspects vol. 57, (3) 212-228.
HALLIDAY SJR(2013). Sonic Modernity: Representing Sound in Literature, Culture and the Arts. Edinburgh University Press
HALLIDAY SJR(2012). Modernism and the Seashell. Critical Quarterly vol. 54, (4) 74-92.
HALLIDAY SJR (2011). Clocks, horses, trains: the aural space-time complex in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable , Medium: Online Journal,
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Halliday S (2010). Aesthetic Materialism: Electricity and American Romanticism. vol. 24, is. 6, pp. 1109-1113.
HALLIDAY S(2009). Weather, sound technology, and space in Wallace Stevens. The Wallace Stevens Journal vol. 33, (1) 83-96.
HALLIDAY SJR(2007). Science and technology in the age of Hawthorne, Melville, Twain and James: thinking and writing Electricity. Palgrave (New York, & Basingstoke),
Halliday S(2006). Helen Keller, Henry James, and the Social Relations of Perception. CRIT-Q LIT ART vol. 48, (2) 175-201.
HALLIDAY SJR(2005). History, "Civilization", and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. A Companion to Mark Twain, Editors: Messent, P, Budd, LJ, Blackwell (Oxford),
Halliday S(2001). Deceit, desire and technology: A media history of secrets and lies. FORUM MOD LANG STUD vol. 37, (2) 141-154.
HALLIDAY SJR(2001). George Beard, Electricity, and the Nervous Body in the Nineteenth Century. Homo Orthopedicus: Le Corps et ses Protheses a l'epoque (Post) moderniste, L'Harmattan (Paris),