Publications

Publications, blogs and reviews

 

‘Bridging Cultures: The Forging of the China Consular Mind’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 47 (2019), pp. 742-772.

Mediating Empire: An English Family in China. 1817-1927 (Folkestone: Renaissance Books, 2020), 

 

 

 

Dearest Martha: The Letters and Life of Eliza Hillier – Hong Kong, Shanghai, England (Hong Kong: Hong Kong City University Press), forthcoming later this year.

With Simon Landy, ‘At Home in Siam: Being a Consular Wife’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, forthcoming. 

 

Blogs etc from elsewhere  ​

http://visualisingchina.net/blog/2020/04/22/a-banker-and-his-amanuensis/

welovebse.com/2020/01/the-scholar-and-the-mandarins/

 

Shanghailanders and the Quest for Home https://colonialfamilies.wordpress.com/

The Kodak comes to Peking  http://visualisingchina.net/blog/?s=kodak+to+peking

 

With a Camera in Yunnan: the Ethnographic Expeditions of Frederic W. Carey http://visualisingchina.net/blog/?s=carey

 

Dear Mother, Dear Father’: Legation Letters Home https://blogs.qub.ac.uk/specialcollections/legation-letters-home/    

https://chinesemoneymatters.wordpress.com/2017/06/13/charles-batten-hillier-1820-1856/

 

The Banker’s Bullet-Ridden Buick  http://visualisingchina.net/blog/?s=bullet-ridden

 

Weihaiwei and the 1st Chinese Regiment – 2. Peking and After http://visualisingchina.net/blog/?s=1st+Chinese

https://www.welovebse.com/2020/01/the-scholar-and-the-mandarins/

 

Imperial Boredom; Monotony and the British Empire    https://reviews.history.ac.uk/review/2332

 

I have taken part in an HSBC film about Guy Hillier’s career https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chvh7hLJCUg

 

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