Dr Emilie Taylor-Brown: List of publications

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Structures of Confinement: Power and Problems of Male Identity

Being “Hangry”: Gastrointestinal Health and Emotional Well-Being in the Long Nineteenth Century

"Petty Larceny" and "Manufactured Science": Nineteenth-Century Parasitology and the Politics of Replication

Exploring Victorian travel literature: disease, race and climate

"She has a Parasite Soul!” The Pathologization of the Social Monster as Parasitic Hybrid in Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Richard Marsh’s The Beetle, and Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘The Parasite’

(Re)constructing the Knights of Science: Parasitologists and their Literary Imaginations

Death, Disease and Discontent: The Monstrous Reign of the Super-Virus

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Parasite? ‘The Crimson Horror’ and Victorian Social Angst in BBC’s Dr Who

The first suicides: a legacy inherited by parasitic protozoans from prokaryote ancestors.