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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2020. Prize books and politics: Rethinking the Edwardian working classes. Wales Arts Review
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2020. Forget fast cars and shiny Rolexes – rich people used to show off their wealth with pineapples and celery. The Conversation 2020 (2 Jan)

O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2020. A voice for the voiceless: Improving provenance practice for working-class books. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2020. Packaging inner peace: A sociohistorical exploration of nerve food in Great Britain. Food and History 17 (2)
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2020. Autodidactic book series in Edwardian Britain, 1901-1914. The Book Collector
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex, ed. 2020. Rebellious writing: Marginalised Edwardians and the contestation of power. New York: Peter Lang.

O'Hagan, Lauren 2020. Steal not this book my honest friend: Threats, warnings and curses in the Edwardian book. Journal of Historical Pragmatics
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2020. Pure in body, pure in mind? A sociohistorical perspective on the marketisation of pure foods in Great Britain. Discourse, Context and Media 34 , 100325 Volume 34, April 2020, 100325. 10.1016/j.dcm.2019.100325
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O'Hagan, Lauren 2019. Celebrity greens kale and seaweed were long considered food of last resort. The Conversation 2019 (Nov 21)

O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2019. Class, culture and conflict in the Edwardian book inscription: A multimodal ethnohistorical approach. In: Wildfeuer, Janina, Pflaeging, Jana, Bateman, John, Seizov, Ognyan and Tseng, Chiao eds. Multimodality. Disciplinary Thoughts and the Challenge of Diversity., Berlin and New York: de Gruyter,
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O'Hagan, Lauren 2019. The Irish rover: Phil Lynott and the search for identity. Popular Music and Society 10.1080/20567790.2019.1653623
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O' Hagan, Lauren Alex 2019. Running down the American Dream: Tom Petty and the tour t-shirt. In: Sands, Crystal D. ed. Tom Petty: Essays on the Life and Work, McFarland,
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2019. Mindful eating: the Victorian food trend that could help you lose weight and transform your health. The Conversation 2019 (Feb 6)

O' Hagan, Lauren Alex 2019. The advertising and marketing of the Edwardian prize book: Gender for sale. English Literature in Transition 62 (1) , pp. 72-94.
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O' Hagan, Lauren Alex 2018. The dip pen as a source of social distinction in Victorian Britain. History of Retailing and Consumption 4 (3) , pp. 187-216. 10.1080/2373518X.2018.1548684

O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2018. The evolution of prize bindings 1870-1940: Their design and typography. The Book Collector , 2018-04.

O' Hagan, Lauren 2018. Towards a multimodal ethnohistorical approach: a case study of bookplates. Social Semiotics 29 (5) , pp. 565-583. 10.1080/10350330.2018.1497646
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O'Hagan, Lauren 2018. Class, culture and conflict in the Edwardian book inscription: A multimodal ethnohistorical approach. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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O'Hagan, Lauren 2018. Principles, privilege and powerlessness in the Edwardian Prize Book: Bridging the gap between two opposing worlds. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 60 (4) , pp. 506-529.
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2018. Clean nails are the mark of a well brought-up girl”: Exploring gender in a post-Edwardian girls’ school exercise book. Women's Studies 47 (8) , pp. 765-790. 10.1080/00497878.2018.1524764
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O'Hagan, Lauren Alex 2017. How to tell your new year fortune the Edwardian way. The Conversation 2017 (29 Dec)

O' Hagan, Lauren Alex 2017. Book inscriptions reveal the forgotten stories of female war heroes. The Conversation

O' Hagan, Lauren Alex 2017. For the Edwardians, bookplates were as rebellious as modern day tattoos. The Conversation

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