Searching for the Material in Peter K. Andersson’s ‘How Civilized Were the Victorians?’Navickas, K. 30 Oct 2016 In : Journal of Victorian Culture.
Joseph Hanson (1774-1811), radical and the weavers' friendNavickas, K. 25 May 2016 University of Oxford Press. (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography)
“A reformer’s wife ought to be an heroine”: gender, family and English radicals imprisoned under the Suspension of Habeas Corpus Act of 1817Navickas, K. Apr 2016 In : History, The Journal of the Historical Association. 101, 345, p. 246-263
Protest and the Politics of Space and Place, 1789-1848Navickas, K. 1 Dec 2015 Manchester: University of Manchester Press. 312 p.
The 'Spirit of Loyalty': Material Culture, Space and the Construction of an English Loyalist Memory, 1790-1840Navickas, K. 15 May 2014 Loyalism and the Formation of the British World, 1775-1914. Blackstock, A. & O'Gorman, F. (eds.). Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, p. 43-60 17 p.
Lancashire Britishness: Patriotism in the Manchester Region during the Napoleonic WarsNavickas, K. 2014 In : Manchester Region History Review. 23, p. 33-48
'Theaw Kon Ekspect No Mooar Eawt ov a Pig thin a Grunt': Searching for the Radical Dialect Voice in Industrial Lancashire and the West Riding, 1798–1819Navickas, K. Aug 2012 United Islands?: The Languages of Resistance. Kirk, J., Noble, A. & Brown, M. (eds.). Pickering and Chatto, (Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution)
The Politics of Provisions: Food Riots, Moral Economy and Market Transition in England, c. 1550-1850Navickas, K. Jun 2012 In : British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies. 35, 2, p. 277-278 2 p.
Protest History or the History of Protest?Navickas, K. 1 Apr 2012 In : History Workshop Journal. 73, 1, p. 302-307
Monstrous society: reciprocity, discipline, and the political uncanny at the end of early Modern EnglandNavickas, K. Apr 2011 In : English Historical Review. 126, 519, p. 467-468 2 p.
Captain Swing in the North: the Carlisle Riots of 1830Navickas, K. 2011 In : History Workshop Journal. 71, 1, p. 5-28
Luddism, incendiarism and the defence of rural 'task-scapes' in 1812Navickas, K. 2011 In : Northern History. 48, 1, p. 59-73
What happened to class? New histories of labour and collective action in BritainNavickas, K. 2011 In : Social History. 36, 2, p. 192-204 13 p.
That sash will hang you: political clothing and adornment in England, 1780-1840Navickas, K. 2010 In : Journal of British Studies. 49, 3, p. 540-565
Loyalism and Radicalism in Lancashire, 1798-1815Navickas, K. 2009 Oxford: OUP. 288 p. (Oxford Historical Monographs)
Moors, Fields, and Popular Protest in South Lancashire and the West Riding of Yorkshire, 1800–1848Navickas, K. 2009 In : Northern History. 46, 1, p. 93-111
Jacobites and Jacobins: Two Eighteenth Century PerspectivesNavickas, K. & Oates, J. 2006 Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. 141 p.
The search for 'General Ludd': the mythology of LuddismNavickas, K. Aug 2005 In : Social History. 30, 3, p. 281-295 16 p.
The Cragg Family Memorandum Book: society, politics, and religion in North Lancashire during the 1790sNavickas, K. 2005 In : Northern History. 42, 1, p. 151-162