Lectures and interviews
- Rorschach President: How Barack Obama personifies the anxieties and aspirations of America (PDF format 209KB) by Gary Younge
- Therapeutic Communities and Community Healthcare in 1960s America (PDF format) 571KB by Martin Halliwell
- Red and Grey: Toward a Natural History of British Anti-Americanism (PDF format) 196KB by Peter Coates, University of Bristol
- Wilderness / Sophistication (PDF format) 203KB by Faye Hammill
- Why Men Hate to Talk about Relationships: the US, the UK, and the Atlantic Alliance (PDF format) 208KB by Philip Bobbitt.
- The First Financial Crisis of the Twenty First Century: Lessons for America (PDF format) 202KB by Nigel Bowles, Rothermere American Institute
- Insecurity in Canada's Past: James Douglas Keeps the Peace on Vancouver Island (PDF format) 233KB by Stephen A. Royle
- Anti-Americanism in the 21st Century (PDF format) 109KB by Simon Jenkins.
- Citizen Reader: Canadian Literature, Mass Reading Events and the Promise of Belonging (PDF format) 148KB by Danielle Fuller
- 'America, Empire of Liberty' and the challenges of 'popular' history (PDF format) 94KB by Professor David Reynolds
- Revolutions! US and Spanish-American Independence Movements Compared (PDF format) 133KB by John Elliott, Simon Newman and Anthony McFarlane
- Marathon: Looking Back at the Historic US Election of 2008 (PDF format) 250KB by Larry J. Sabato
- Mouthy Enemies: Canadian writers and the power of being, belonging, and celebrity (PDF format) 108KB by Professor Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson, De Montfort University
- The Special Relationship: what does America teach us about ourselves? (PDF format) 364KB by Professor Janet Beer, Oxford Brookes University, and Jon Snow, Channel 4
- Governance, globalization and unruly populations: governing the aboriginal cross-border economy in Canada (PDF format) 2.11MB by Doctor Jane Dickson-Gilmore, Carleton University/University of the West of England
- John Cage was all the rage (PDF format) 160KB by Professor Emeritus Peter Dickinson, Keele University and University of London
- Constitutions: Does America's Work? Does Europe Need One? And What About Us?(PDF format) 255KB by Lord Kerr of Kinlochard
- The New Security: A Post-Cold War Understanding of Security in the 21st Century (PDF format) 273KB by Gary Hart
- Ken Vandermark in London (PDF format) 468KB
- Postmodernism vs. evangelical religion in post-1960s America (PDF format) 136KB by Professor Richard H. King, University of Nottingham
- Hunting, shooting and phishing: new cybercrime challenges for cyber-Canadians in the 21st century (PDF format) 181KB by Professor David Wall, University of Leeds
- How Digital Life Innovations Can Shape The Future Of Libraries (PDF format) 136KB by John Sculley
- At home at the wheel: the American woman and her car in the 1950s (PDF format) 283KB by Professor Margaret Walsh, University of Nottingham
In fulfilment of its first aim, to promote the Library's North American materials, the Eccles Centre produced a series of bibliographical guides to the Library's collections. Many of these guides were distributed both to academic and public libraries in the United Kingdom and to centres of American Studies throughout Europe.
United States and Canadian Newspaper Holdings at the British Library
The U.S. newspapers listed in this bibliographic guide became the foundation for the British Association for American Studies database: US Newspaper Holdings in UK and Irish Libraries. For the British Library's holdings of U.S. and Canadian newspapers, see Early American Newspapers and use Explore the British Library selecting Newspaper Library from the drop-down content scope.
- The Federal Writers' Project: A guide to materials held at the British Library
- Early American Science: A selective guide to materials at the British Library
- "For Myself, For My Children, For Money": A bibliography of early American women's writings
- The American City in the Twentieth Century
- United States Immigration, 1840-1940
- United States Immigration, 1941-2001
- American Women in the Twentieth Century
- U.S. Politics and the Media
- The American Colonies, 1584-1688
- An Era of Change: Contemporary UK-US-West European Relations
- The Anglo-American 'Special Relationship' during the Second World War
- The United States and the 1930s
- The United States and the Vietnam War
- American Slavery: Pre-1866 Imprints
- The Harlem Renaissance
- African American History and Life, 1878-1954
- The American Civil Rights Movement
- United States Government Policies towards Native Americans 1787-1900
- Mormon Americana
- Imagining the West
- Conserving America
- Mining the American West
- Women in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1840-1900
Books and journals
Philip J Davies and Robert McKeever, eds, Politics USA, 3rd ed, London, Pearson Longman, 2012
Philip J Davies 'The Key to New York City', Resources for American Studies, no. 63 (2011), pp. 9-11.
Philip J Davies and Iwan W Morgan, eds, Assessing George W Bush's Legacy: The Right Man?,
NY, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Includes 'Bush's Partisan Legacy and the 2008 Elections', pp. 207-222.
by Philip J Davies.
Compilation of papers given at the conference organised with the Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, held at the British Library Conference Centre, March 2009.
Philip Davies, Dilys Hill, Andrew Rudalevige, George C. Edwards III,
Jenel Virden and Robert Singh, 'Prospects for the New US Administration:
What Can Social Science Offer? Debate.' European Political Science,
v. 9, no. 2 (June 2010), pp. 244-258.
An abbreviated version of the Academy of Social Science annual debate, held at the British Library Conference Centre, March 2009.
Philip J Davies and Iwan W Morgan, eds, Quebec and the Heritage of Franco-America,
London, Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2010.
An edited selection of papers presented at the conference organised with the Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London, held at the British Library Conference Centre, April 2008.
Philip J Davies, Dilys Hill, Andrew Rudalevige, George C. Edwards
III, Jenel Virden and Robert Singh, 'The Obama Administration: What
Can Social Science Offer?' 21st Century Society: Journal of the
Academy of Social Sciences, v. 4, no. 3 (November 2009), pp. 319-345.
An edited transcript of the 2008 Academy of Social Science annual debate, hosted by the Eccles Centre at the British Library Conference Centre.
John Canning, 'From Kennedy to Obama: living American Studies', Liaison
Magazine, (July 2009), pp. 12-15.
Philip J. Davies interviewed.
Philip J Davies, '"And if you come back I'll shoot you...". Collecting for an elections archive.', Resources for American Studies, v. 62 (2009).
Philip J Davies and Bob Franklin, 'Alistair Cooke', Journalism
Practice v. 3, no. 3 (2009), pp. 361-9.
Edited transcript of an Eccles Centre panel discussion held at the British Library Conference Centre, October 2008.
Philip J Davies and Iwan W Morgan, eds, The Federal Nation: Perspectives
on American Federalism, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
Compilation of papers given at the Eccles Centre conference at the British Library Conference Centre, March 2007.
Philip J Davies and Iwan W Morgan, eds, America's Americans: Population
Issues in U.S. Society and Politics, London, Institute for the
Study of the Americas, 2007.
Compilation of papers given at the Eccles Centre conference at the British Library Conference Centre, May 2006.
Special Issue: Cartooning America Post World War II, Journalism Studies vol. 8, No. 5, October 2007.
Compilation of papers given at the Eccles Centre conference "Cartooning The U.S.A.: America Through the Pen of Political Cartoonists", at the British Library Conference Centre, October 2005.
Philip J Davies and Iwan W Morgan, eds, Right On? Political Change and Continuity in George Bush's America,
London, Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2006.
Compilation of papers delivered at the Eccles Centre Symposium "The George W. Bush Administration's Second Term Agenda" held at the British Library Conference Centre, March 2005.
Philip J Davies, John Dumbrell, Elizabeth Meehan, Tim Hames & Shirley Williams, 'The grinding reality of realpolitik: current and future directions
in the UK, USA and Europe', Twenty-First Century Society:
Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences, v. 1, Issue 1, 2006.
Based on papers delivered at the Eccles Centre symposium "The U.K., the U.S.A. and Europe, Current and Future Directions" organised in co-operation with the Academy of Social Sciences and held at the British Library Conference Centre, March 2005.
Philip J Davies and George C Edwards, eds. New Challenges for the American Presidency,
New York, Pearson Longman, 2004.
Compiled from the papers given at the conference of the same title, organised with the Institute of United States Studies of the University of London, at the British Library Conference Centre, May 2003.
Philip J Davies 'Viscountess Eccles: a Anglo-American patroness of literature', Contemporary Review, no. 1656, vol. 284, January 2004, pp. 23-27.