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Killingray, David and Fogarty, Richard. 2015. Demobilization in British and French Africa at the End of the First World War. Journal of Contemporary History, 50(1), pp. 100-123. ISSN 0022-0094 [Article]

Killingray, David. 2011. ‘Immigrant communities and British local history’. The Local Historian, 41(1), pp. 4-12. [Article]

Killingray, David. 2011. ‘“Gossiping the Gospel”: indigenous mission in Africa’. Transformation, 28(2), pp. 1-10. ISSN 0265-3788 [Article]

Killingray, David. 2010. ‘“Tin trunk literati” and beyond: hidden sources for Africa’s history’. African Research & Documentation, 112, pp. 5-13. ISSN 0305-862X [Article]

Killingray, David. 2010. ‘Empire and Christian Missions: Opposition, opportunities, obstacles’. Christianity & History Forum Bulletin, pp. 31-43. [Article]

Killingray, David. 2010.  ‘Influences shaping the human landscape of the Sevenoaks area since c.1600’. Archaeologia Cantiana, 130, pp. 35-64. ISSN 0066-5894 [Article]

Killingray, David. 2009. Rights, Land, and Labour: Black British Critics of South African Policies Before 1948. Journal of Southern African Studies, 35(2), pp. 375-398. ISSN 0305-7070 [Article]

Killingray, David. 2003. The Black Atlantic Missionary Movement and Africa, 1780s-1920s. Journal of Religion in Africa, 33(1), pp. 3-31. ISSN 00224200 [Article]


Killingray, David and Plaut, Martin. 2012. Fighting for Britain. African Soldiers in the Second World War. James Currey. ISBN 978-1847010476 [Book]

Killingray, David. 2004. An Historical Atlas of Kent. Phillimore. ISBN 1860772552 [Book]

Killingray, David and Phillips, H.. 2003. The Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 041523445X [Book]

Book Section

Killingray, David. 2013. ‘African slaves in Britain in the early modern period’. In: Klaus Bade; Pieter Emmer; Leo Lucassen and Jochen Oltmer, eds. The Encyclopaedia of Migration and Minorities in Europe. From the Seventeenth century to the Present. Cambridge University Press, pp. 211-213. ISBN 978-1107614857 [Book Section]

Killingray, David. 2012. ‘British decolonisation and the smaller territories: the origins of the UK Overseas Territories’. In: David Killingray and Peter Clegg, eds. The Non-Independent Territories of the Caribbean and Pacific: Continuity or Change. University of London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies, pp. 1-18. ISBN 978-0956954602 [Book Section]

Killingray, David. 2012. ‘The War in Africa’. In: John Horne, ed. A Companion to World War I. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 112-126. ISBN 978-1119968702 [Book Section]

Killingray, David. 2009.  ‘A Good West Indian, a Good African, and, in Short, a Good Britisher’: Black and British in a Colour-Conscious Empire, 1760-1950’. In: Robert Holland and Sarah Stockwell, eds. Ambiguities of Empire. Routledge. ISBN 978-0415466585 [Book Section]

Killingray, David. 2009. ‘A pandemia de gripe de 1918-1919: causas, evolução e consequências’. In: Jose Manuel Sobral, ed. A Pandemia Esquecida: Olhares comparados sobre a pneumónica 1918-19 (Forgotten Pandemic: Comparative views on the Spanish ‘Influenza: 1918-19). Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, pp. 41-61. [Book Section]

Conference or Workshop Item

Killingray, David. 2012. 'Africa and the Two World Wars'. In: papers to conferences at the Imperial War Museum. Imperial War Museum, London, United Kingdom 10 July and 19 July 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Killingray, David. 2012. '‘The Revd Dr. Theophilus Scholes (1856-1940?): black Baptist critic at the heart of Empire’'. In: Baptist Historical Society annual conference. Regent’s Park College, Oxford, United Kingdom 4-7 July 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Killingray, David. 2012. '‘Black peoples in English localities’'. In: ‘Local and Regional History’ seminar. Institute of Historical Research, London, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Killingray, David. 2012. 'paper'. In: seminar on ‘Christian Mission and Global History’, 6 March 2012. UNDEFINED. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Killingray, David. 2012. '‘Black people in English localities: sources and significance’'. In: British Association of Local History lecture. Wolfson College, Cambridge, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Killingray, David. 2011. ' ‘Minding the gaps of South Africa’s recent history’, ‘Cast in concrete? Revisiting pre-1994 histories of resistance in South Africa’'. In: Colloquium, University of Stellenbosch. University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Killingray, David and Fogarty, Richard. 2011. '‘Responses to demobilisation in British and French Africa and the end of the First World War’'. In: to ‘The “brutalization thesis” revisited: demobilization and remobilization after the Great War’. University College Dublin, Ireland. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Killingray, David. 2011. '‘Godly examples and agents: training African missionary workers in British institutions in the nineteenth century’'. In: ‘Europe as the Other: External perspectives on European Christianity’, Colloquy at the Institut für Europäische Geschichte. Mainz, Germany 1-3 September 2011. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Edited Book

Killingray, David and Clegg, Peter, eds. 2012. The Non-Independent Territories of the Caribbean and Pacific: Continuity or Change? Univeraity Of London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies. ISBN 978-0956954602 [Edited Book]

Killingray, David and Purves, Elizabeth, eds. 2012. Sevenoaks: An Historical Dictionary. Andover. [Edited Book]

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