Works by Fellows

Pembroke's Fellows continue to produce monographs and articles in a range of subject areas. This is a small selection of their published monographs, with links to each Fellow's profile page where you can find out more about their research.

Works by Pembroke Alumni can be found here

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Dr Gemma Allen, Retained Lecturer in History; PemBook: The Cooke Sisters: Education, Piety and Politics in Early Modern England 

Dr Ivan Arreguin-Toft, Associate in Politics; PemBook: How the weak win wars: a theory of asymmetric conflict

Dr Guido Bonsaver; PemBook: Destination Italy: representing migration in contemporary media and narrative

Dr Alessandro Carlucci; PemBook: Gramsci and languages : unification, diversity, hegemony

Dr Peter Claus; PemBook: History: an introduction to theory, method, and practice

Dr Nicholas Cole; PemBook: Thomas Jefferson, the classical world, and early America

Professor Owen Darbishire; PemBook: Converging divergences : worldwide changes in employment systems

Professor Ben Davis; PemBook: Carbohydrate chemistry

Professor Ariel Ezrachi; PemBook: EU Competition Law, An Analytical Guide to the Leading Cases

Dr Tim Farrant; PemBook: An introduction to nineteenth-century French literature

Professor Sandra Fredman; PemBook: Human rights transformed : positive rights and positive duties

Professor Adrian Gregory; PemBook: The last Great War : British society and the First World War

Professor Henrietta Harrison; PemBook: The missionary's curse : and other tales from a Chinese Catholic village

Dr Gregg Huff; PemBook: The economic growth of Singapore: trade and development in the twentieth century

Dr Susan James; PemBook: Balancing the skills equation : key issues and challenges for policy and practice

Dr Valentin Jeutner; PemBook: The international game of justice

Dr Rob Johnson; PemBook: The Afghan way of war

Professor Justin Jones; PemBook: Shi'a Islam in colonial India : religion, community and sectarianism

Professor Guy Kahane; PemBook: Enhancing human capacities

Dr Elisabeth Kendall; PemBook: Twenty-first century Jihad : law, society and military action

Dr Peter King; Pembook: One hundred philosophers: a guide to the world's greatest thinkers

Professor Alison Light; PemBook: Common people: the history of an English family

Professor John Marriott; PemBook: The Ashgate research companion to modern imperial histories

Professor Christopher Melchert; PemBook: The formation of the Sunni schools of law, 9th-10th centuries C.E.

Professor Lynda Mugglestone; PemBook: Lost for words : the hidden history of the Oxford English dictionary

Professor Andy Orchard; PemBook: A critical companion to Beowulf

Dr Matthew Reza; PemBook: The good place: comparative perspectives on Utopia

Professor Julian Savulescu; PemBook: Medical ethics and law : the core curriculum

Professor Helen Small; PemBook: The long life

The Reverend Dr Andrew Teal; PemBook: The God-man : Athanasius in early Christianity

Professor Stephen Tuck; PemBook: We ain't what we ought to be: the black freedom struggle from emancipation to Obama

Professor Theo van Lint; PemBook: Armenia: Masterpieces from an Enduring Culture

Timothy Walker; PemBook: Plants: a very short introduction

Professor Rebecca Williams; PemBook: Unjust enrichment and public law