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Willis, Martin 2019. Sleeping science fictionally: Nineteenth-Century Utopian fictions and contemporary sleep research. Osiris 34 (1) , pp. 261-276. 10.1086/703562
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Fitzgerald, Des, Lane, Rhiannon, Waddington, Keir and Willis, Martin 2019. Two ways of telling this story: Best practice in interdisciplinary collaboration. Cardiff: ScienceHumanities Initiative, Cardiff University.
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Willis, Martin 2019. Scientific self-fashioning after Frankenstein: The afterlives of Shelley's novel in science and medicine. Nineteenth-Century Contexts 41 (3) , pp. 321-335. 10.1080/08905495.2019.1600797
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Willis, Martin 2018. Medical tourism in Victorian Edinburgh: writing narratives of healthy citizenship. In: Hilger, Stephanie M. ed. New Directions in Literature and Medicine Studies, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 357-376.
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Willis, Martin, Waddington, Keir and Castell, James 2017. ScienceHumanities: Theory, Politics, Practice. Journal of Literature and Science 10 (2) , pp. 6-18. 10.12929/jls.10.2.02
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Castell, James, Waddington, Keir and Willis, Martin 2017. ScienceHumanities: Introduction. Journal of Literature and Science 10 (2) , pp. 1-5. 10.12929/jls.10.2.01
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Willis, Martin 2017. Unlocking the mechanism of murder: forensic humanism and contemporary crime drama. In: McElroy, Ruth ed. Contemporary British Television Crime Drama: Cops on the Box, London: Routledge, pp. 40-53.

Willis, Martin, ed. 2016. Staging science: scientific performance on stage, street and screen. Palgrave Studies in Literature, Science and Medicine, London: Palgrave Macmillan. 10.1057/978-1-137-49994-3

Willis, Martin 2016. Science in the city: scientific display and urban performance in Victorian travel guides to London. In: Willis, Martin ed. Staging Science: Scientific Performance on Stage, Street and Screen., Palgrave Studies in Literature, Science and Medicine, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 35-58.

Willis, Martin 2015. Silas Marner, catalepsy, and mid-Victorian medicine: George Eliot's ethics of care. Journal of Victorian Culture 20 (3) , pp. 326-340. 10.1080/13555502.2015.1046906

Willis, Martin 2014. Literature and science: readers' guides to essential criticism. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Willis, Martin, ed. 2013. Rethinking approaches to illness narratives [Co-edition of special journal issue]. University of Westminster.

Willis, Martin, Waddington, Keir and Marsden, Richard 2013. Imaginary investments: illness narratives beyond the gaze. Journal of Literature and Science 6 (1) , pp. 55-73. 10.12929/jls.06.1.04
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Willis, Martin 2012. On wonder: situating the spectacle in spiritualism, magic and science. In: Kember, Joe, Plunkett, John and Sullivan, Jill eds. Popular Exhibitions, Science and Showmanship 1840-1910, Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century), Pickering and Chatto, pp. 167-182.

Willis, Martin 2012. Objects of terror transformed: Victorian realism and the Gothic. In: Smith, Andrew and Hughes, William eds. The Victorian Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion, Edinburgh Companions to the Gothic, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 15-28.

Willis, Martin, Waddington, Keir and Marsden, Richard 2012. The off-sick project. [Website].

Waddington, Keir, Thomas, Rhys Huw and Willis, Martin 2011. Reading general paralysis of the insane. Practical Neurology 11 (6) , pp. 366-369. 10.1136/practneurol-2011-000112

Willis, Martin 2011. Vision, science and literature, 1870-1920: ocular horizons. Pickering and Chatto.

Willis, Martin 2009. Hard-wear: the millennium, technology and Brosnan's Bond. In: Lindner, Christoph ed. The James Bond Phenomenon: A Critical Reader, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 151-165.

Warwick, Alexandra and Willis, Martin, eds. 2008. The Victorian Literature handbook. Literature and Culture Handbooks, Continuum Press.

Willis, Martin 2008. Le Fanu's "Carmilla", Ireland, and diseased vision. Essays and Studies 2008 , pp. 111-130.

Willis, Martin 2008. Changes in critical approaches. In: Warwick, Alexandra and Willis, Martin eds. The Victorian Literature Handbook, Literature and Culture Handbooks, London: Continuum, pp. 177-189.

Llewellyn, Mark 2008. Entries on 'George Eliot' and 'Education'. In: Warwick, Alex and Willis, Martin eds. The Victorian Literature Handbook, Continuum,

Warwick, Alexandra and Willis, Martin, eds. 2007. Jack the Ripper: media, culture, history. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Willis, Martin 2007. "The Invisible Giant", Dracula and disease. Studies in the Novel 39 (3) , pp. 301-325.

Willis, Martin 2006. Mesmerists, monsters and machines: science fiction and the cultures of science in the nineteenth century. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.

Cliffor, David, Wadge, Elisabeth, Warwick, Alexandra and Willis, Martin, eds. 2006. Repositioning Victorian sciences: shifting centres in nineteenth-century thinking. Anthem nineteenth century studies, London: Anthem Press.

Willis, Martin 2006. Unmasking immorality: popular opposition to laboratory science in late Victorian Britain. In: Clifford, David, Wadge, Elisabeth, Warwick, Alex and Willis, Martin eds. Repositioning Victorian Sciences: Shifting Centres in Nineteenth-Century Scientific Thinking, Anthem Press, pp. 207-218.

Willis, Martin and Wynne, Catherine, eds. 2006. Victorian literary mesmerism. Rodopi Press.

Willis, Martin 2006. Jack the Ripper, Sherlock Holmes and the narrative of detection. In: Warwick, Alexandra and Willis, Martin eds. Jack The Ripper: Media, Culture, History, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 144-158.

Willis, Martin 2006. George Eliot's The Lifted Veil and the cultural politics of clairvoyance. In: Willis, Martin and Wynne, Catherine eds. Victorian Literary Mesmerism, Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, pp. 145-162.

Willis, Martin 2005. Clairvoyance, economics and authorship in George Eliot's ‘The Lifted Veil’. Journal of Victorian Culture 10 (2) , pp. 184-209. 10.3366/jvc.2005.10.2.184

Willis, Martin 2002. Edison as time traveller. Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 133. Thomson Gale, pp. 221-224.

Willis, Martin 2002. Behind closed doors: creating cultures of professional science in the 1890s. In: Hewitt, Martin ed. Culture Institutions, Leeds: Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, pp. 110-123.

Willis, Martin, ed. 2000. Weird science [edited special journal issue of Victorian Review 26.1]. Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada.

Willis, Martin 1999. Edison as time traveller: H.G. Wells' inspiration for his first scientific character. Science Fiction Studies 26 (2) , pp. 284-294.

Willis, Martin 1995. Frankenstein and the soul. Essays in Criticism 45 (1) , pp. 24-35. 10.1093/eic/XLV.1.24

Willis, Martin 1995. Preternatural narrative in the work of Arthur Machen. Short Story Criticism, Vol. 20. Gale Research Press, pp. 205-207.

Willis, Martin 1994. Scientific portraits in magical frames: the construction of preternatural narrative in the work of E.T.A. Hoffmann. Extrapolation 35 (3) , pp. 186-200.

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