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Roper, Michael (2018) 'The Bush, the Suburbs and the Long Great War. A Family Memoir.' History Workshop Journal, 86. 90 - 1163. ISSN 1363-3554

Roper, Michael and Duffett, Rachel (2018) 'Family Legacies in the Centenary. Motives for First World War Commemoration among British and German Descendants.' History and Memory, 30 (1). 76 - 115. ISSN 0935-560X

Duffett, Rachel and Roper, Michael (2018) 'Making Histories. The Meeting of German and British Descendants of First World War Veterans in ‘‘No Man’s Land,’’ Bavaria, 2016.' The Public Historian, 40 (1). 13 - 33. ISSN 0272-3433

Roper, Michael (2016) 'From the Shell-shocked Soldier to the Nervous Child: Psychoanalysis in the Aftermath of the First World War.' Psychoanalysis and History, 18 (1). 39 - 69. ISSN 1460-8235

Roper, Michael (2014) 'The Unconscious Work of History.' Cultural and Social History, 11 (2). 169 - 193. ISSN 1478-0038

Roper, Michael (2007) 'Between the Psyche and the Social: Masculinity, Subjectivity and the First World War Veteran.' The Journal of Men's Studies, 15 (3). 251 - 270. ISSN 1060-8265

Book Section

Roper, Michael (2020) 'Little Ruby's Hand. Young women and the emotional experience of caregiving in Britain after the First World War.' In: Noakes, Lucy and Langhamer, Claire and Siebrecht, Claudia, (eds.) Total War An Emotional History. Proceedings of the British Academy, 227 . British Academy, 59 - 77. ISBN 9780197266663

Roper, Michael (2017) 'Subjectivities in the Aftermath: Children of Disabled Soldiers in Britain After the Great War.' In: Crouthamel, Jason and Leese, Peter, (eds.) Psychological Trauma and the Legacies of the First World War. Springer International Publishing, 165 - 191. ISBN 9783319334752

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