School of Social and Political Science

Liz Stanley

Job Title

Professor of Sociology

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Liz Stanley

Room number

6.22

Building (Address)

Chrystal Macmillan Building

Street (Address)

15a George Square

City (Address)

Edinburgh

Country (Address)

UK

Post code (Address)

EH8 9LD

Background

Publications

(a) Books 2006-2020

(2018) Olive Schreiner’s The Dawn of Civilisation & Other Unpublished Wartime Writings Ed. Liz Stanley, Edinburgh: X Press. Go to https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Olive-Schreiners-Dawn-Civilisation-Unpublished/dp/1980698406/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1527758849&sr=8-4&keywords=liz+stanley‚Äã

(2018) Dorothy Smith, Feminist Sociology and Institutional Ethnography Edinburgh: X Press. Go to https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dorothy-Feminist-Sociology-Institutional-Ethnography/dp/1973556073/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1517491321&sr=8-1&keywords=dorothy+smith

(2017) The Racialising Process: Whites Writing Whiteness in Letters, South Africa 1770s-1970s Edinburgh: X Press. Go to https://www.amazon.co.uk/Racialising-Process-Writing-Whiteness-1770s-1970s/dp/1521403643/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1498211823&sr=8-1&keywords=racialising+process

(2016) The Archive Project: Archival Research in the Social Sciences (Liz Stanley with Niamh Moore, Andrea Salter, Maria Tamboukou) London: Routledge. (2016) Chapter 1 'In other archives and beyond ', lead author; Chapter 2 'Archival methodology inside the blackbox', sole author; Chapter 6 'The beginning in the ending: reassembling the archival practices', co-lead author with Maria Tamboukou.

(2014) The World's Great Question: Olive Schreiner's South African Letters Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society (with Andrea Salter). Go to http://www.vanriebeecksociety.co.za/docs/schreiner.htm.

(2013) Documents of Life Revisited: Narrative and Biographical Methodology for a 21st Century Critical Humanism Farnham: Ashgate. Go to http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409442899

(2012) 'Simone de Beauvoir: The Useless Mouths' Translated with an editorial introduction by Liz Stanley & Catherine Naji, in (ed) Margaret A Simons & Mary-Beth Timmerman The Useless Mouths and Other Writings, volume 4 of Simone de Beauvoir: Literary Writings USA: Illinois University Press.

(2008) Mourning Becomes… Post/Memory and the Concentration Camps of the South African War Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

(2006) Mourning Becomes… Post/Memory and the Concentration Camps of the South African War Manchester: Manchester University Press; USA: Rutgers University Press.

(b) Articles & chapters 2008 - 2020

(2020, in press) 'How to organise your archival research & find the primary sources you need'. Research Methods for Primary Sources, London: Sage.

(2020, in press) 'Olive Schreiner, War, Pacifism and Feminism:  A “Problem Girl” At Work' English in  Africa 47(2).

(2020) 'Afterword: writing lives, fictions and the postcolonial' Journal of Commonwealth Literature 55(3) 469–79 https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418802610

(2020) 'Harriet Townsend and Networks of Settler Women in Business in the Eastern Cape, 1840–1848' South African Historical Journal. Online First DOI:10.1080/02582473.2020.1744707

(2020) 'Ordinary letter-writing and the "actual course of things": white colonial settlers doing the business' in eds. Anne Chappel, Julie Parsons, Maria Tamboukou Handbook of Auto/Biography Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.165-84.

(2019) 'Ceci n'est pas une new woman, for an exhibition on 'Women at the Bauhaus', the Kunsthalle Erfurt, 2019. Also to be published in eds. Patrick Roessler & Lina Buttgereit The New Women - Visual Representations of the Female in the 20th Century. Erfurt, Germany, 2019.

(2019) 'Dorothy Smith' in eds. Paul Atkinson & Sara Delamont Sage Encyclopaedia of Qualitative Research Foundations London: Sage. http://methods.sagepub.com/foundations/smith-dorothy DOI 10.4135/9781526421036752653.

(2019) Liz Stanley & Emilia Sereva ‘Letters and documents of life revisited' in eds. Paul Atkinson & Sara Delamont Sage Encyclopaedia of Qualitative Research: `Foundations London: Sage. http://methods.sagepub.com/foundations/documents-of-life DOI  10.4135/9781526421036752360

(2019) 'Protest and the Lovedale Riot of 1946: "Largely a rebellion against authority"?' Journal of Southern African Studies. 44, 6. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2018.1533301

(2019) ' Biography'. In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, G. Ritzer (Ed.). 2nd Edition, New York: Wiley Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781405165518.wbeosb023.pub2

(2018) 'Writing lives, fictions, and the postcolonial: Afterword' for special issue on 'illuminating Lives: The Biographical Impulse in Postcolonial Literatures', Journal of Commonwealth Literature. Online First https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418802610

(2018) 'Epistemology' in (ed) Michael Ryan Essential Concepts in Sociology New York: Wiley.

(2018) 'Before: The avant-textes of ‘From Man to Man’ and Olive Schreiner’s writing practices' Journal of Commonwealth Literature. Online First https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418787843

(2018) 'Settler colonialism and migrant letters' in eds. Marcello Borges and Sonia Cancian Migrant Letters: Emotional Language, Mobile Identities, and Writing Practices in Historical Perspective (New York: Routledge, Chapter 6) ISBN: 978-1-138-56019-2

Liz Stanley and Margaretta Jolly (2017) 'Epistolarity: life after death of the letter?' a/b: Auto/Biographical Studies 32. 2: 229-33.

(2016) 'Telling lives in feminist narrative inquiry' in (eds) Kelly Lockwood, Kate Smith & Jo Woodiwiss Feminist Narrative Research: Opportunities and Challenges Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

(2016) ‘Settler colonialism and migrant letters: the Forbes family and letter-writing in South Africa 1850–1922, The History of the Family, 21:3, 398-428, DOI: 10.1080/1081602X.2015.1127176

(2015) “The reader, the text and the editor: On the making of Olive Schreiner's letters and The World's Great Question” English in Africa 42:1, 59-76.

(2015) “The death of the letter? Epistolary intent, letterness and the many ends of letter-writing” Cultural Sociology 9:2, 240-55.

(2015) “The scriptural economy, the Forbes figuration and the racial order” Sociology 49:5, 837-52.

(2015) “Documents of life: Analysing letters and other found data in researching 'Whites Writing Whiteness' in South Africa” in SAGE Research Methods Datasets. SAGE Publications Ltd. http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473942974.

(2015) “Operationalizing a QLR project on social change and whiteness in South Africa, 1770s – 1970s” International Journal of Social Research Methodology 18:3, 251-65.

(2015) ““Olive Schreiner, Sociology and the company she kept” in (eds) Alexander Law and Eric Royal Lybeck Sociological Amnesia: Cross-Currents in Disciplinary History Farnham: Ashgate, pp.89-104.

(2013) 'Olive Schreiner, Epistolary Practices and Microhistories: A Cultural Entrepreneur in an Historical Landscape' J. Cultural & Social History 10: 577-97 (with Andrea Salter and Helen Dampier)

(2013) 'The work of making and the work it does: Cultural sociology and 'beinging-into-being' the cultural assemblage of the Olive Schreiner letters' Cultural Sociology 7: 287-302 (with Andrea Salter and Helen Dampier)

(2013) 'Whites writing: Letters and documents of life in a QLR project' in (ed) Liz Stanley Documents of Life Revisited Farnham: Ashgate, pp.59-73.

(2012) '"I just express my views & leave them to work": Olive Schreiner as a feminist protagonist in a masculine political landscape with figures and letters' Gender and History 24: 677-700 (with Helen Dampier)

(2012) 'The epistolary pact, letterness and the Schreiner epistolarium' a/b: Auto/Biographical Studies 27: 262-93 (with Helen Dampier, & Andrea Salter)

(2011) 'The domestication of death: The sequestration thesis and domestic figuration' Sociology 45: 947-62 (with Sue Wise)

(2011) 'The Epistolary Gift: The Editorial Third Party, Counter-Epistolaria: Rethinking the Epistolarium' Life Writing 8:3, pp.137-54.

(2011) 'The ESRC's 2010 Framework for Research Excellence: Fit For Purpose?' (with Sue Wise) Sociological Research Online 15, 4, 12 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/15/4/12.html

(2011) 'Towards the epistolarium: Issues in researching and publishing the Olive Schreiner epistolarium' (with Helen Dampier) African Research and Documentation: Journal of the SCOLMA 113: 27-32.

(2011) 'Olive Schreiner, 'A Returned South African', Her Letters, Her Essays, Her Fiction, Her Politics, Her Life: The Epistolarium Revisited' in (ed) Liz Stanley 'Olive Schreiner & Company: Schreiner's Letters and 'Drinking In the External World'' Olive Schreiner Letters Project Working Paper on Letters, Letterness & Epistolary Networks no.3, University of Edinburgh, pp.19-44  http://www.oliveschreinerletters.ed.ac.uk/OSandCompany2011PDF.pdf

(2010) 'Olive Schreiner globalising social inquiry: a feminist analytics of globalization' (with Helen Dampier and Andrea Salter) Sociological Review 58,4: 656-79.

(2010) '"Men selling their souls & the future - & fate watching them"' - Olive Schreiner on Union' Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa 64, 3: 121-36 (with Helen Dampier)

(2010) 'To the letter: Thomas & Znaniecki's The Polish Peasant… and writing a life, sociologically speaking' Life Writing 7:2, 137-51.

(2009) 'The number of the South African War (1899-1902) concentration camp dead: Standard stories, superior stories and a forgotten proto-nationalist research investigation' Sociological Research Online 14: 5 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/5/13 (with Helen Dampier)

(2009) '"Her letters cut are generally nothing of interest" ¬ The heterotopic persona of Olive Schreiner and the alterity-persona of Cronwright-Schreiner English in Africa 36, 2: 7-30 (with Andrea Salter).

(2009) 'Rethinking 'current crisis' arguments: Gouldner and the legacy of critical sociology' (with Robert Hollands) Sociological Research Online 14:1 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/1/1.html

(2008) 'It has always known and we have always been 'other' - Knowing capitalism and the 'coming crisis' of sociology confront the concentration system and Mass-Observation' Sociological Review 56:4, 535-51.

(2008) 'Madness to the method? Using a narrative methodology to analyse large-scale complex social phenomena' Qualitative Research 8: 3, 435-47.

(2008) 'Parallel narratives: Photographs in Boer women's wartime testimonies' in (eds) David Robinson et al Narratives and Fiction Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield Press: 9-24 (with Helen Dampier).

(2008) '"She wrote Peter Halket": Fictive and factive devices in Olive Schreiner's letters and Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland' in (eds) David Robinson et al Narratives and Fiction Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield Press: 61-71 (with Helen Dampier).

(2008) 'Feminist methodology matters! in (eds) Diane Richardson & Vicki Robinson (3rd edition) Gender and Women's Studies Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan pp.221-43 (with S. Wise).

Research interests

Research interests

Historical sociology, feminist theory, sociological theory, social change, narrative & auto/biographical methodologies, South Africa, 'Documents of life', in particular letters and diaries, everyday life sociology, Norbert Elias & figurational sociology

Present projects

My current research focuses on 'Whites Writing Whiteness - Domestic Figurations & Representations of Whiteness in South Africa 1770s - 1970s' (see http://www.whiteswritingwhiteness.ed.ac.uk), an ESRC-funded project. WWW research is shaped by the social theory of Norbert Elias and involves a Qualitative Longitudinal Research (QLR) historical sociology investigation of social change and the processes of racialisation in South Africa. WWW has developed from the ESRC-funded Olive Schreiner Letters Project; for details on the letters and publications of this key feminist theorist, see the Olive Schreiner Letters Online at http://www.oliveschreiner.org.

Main research interests

I'm interested in almost everything connected with sociology and society! Particular interests are --- Feminist theory. Sociological theory, in particular the work of Norbert Elias and Dorothy Smith. Historical sociology and archival research. Cultural sociology. 'Documents of life'. Lives, letters & narrative inquiry. Everyday life sociology. Death and its domestication. Intersectional theory and research. PhD enquiries on any of these areas are very much welcomed.

In addition, I hold Extraordinary Professorial positions at the Universities of Pretoria and the Free State, through which I contribute to capacity-building in South African higher education. And as this suggests, I'm also very interested in supervising PhD students on any aspect of South African society.

Topics interested in supervising

* Historical sociology - any aspect of theory & research * Feminist theory, in particular by Dorothy Smith, Simone de Beauvoir & Olive Schreiner * Norbert Elias & figurational sociology * Intersectional theory & research - gender, class, 'race' * South Africa, both the post-1994 period & any aspect of its past * Narrative theory & methodology * Documents of Life and everyday sociology. I've supervised over 85 PhDs to successful conclusion and welcome inquiries and proposals for doctoral research in any area of sociologial research that connects with my research interests and publications.

If you are interested in being supervised by Liz Stanley, please see the links below for more information:

Works within

Staff Hours and Guidance

My guidance & feedback hours are Wednesdays 1-3pm on Teams. Please email to agree a time.

Publications by user content

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Stanley L. Olive Schreiner, war and pacifism. English in Africa. 2021 Feb 10;47(2). https://doi.org/10.4314/eia.v47i2.4
Stanley L. An Empire of Letters: The Vindolanda Tablets, Epistolarity, and Roman Governance. The Journal of Epistolary Studies. 2020 Nov 24;2(1):4-18.
Stanley L. How to organise your archival research & find the primary sources you need. Research Methods for Primary Sources. 2020 Aug 25.
Stanley L. Harriet Townsend and networks of settler women in business in the Eastern Cape, 1840–1848. South African Historical Journal. 2020 Jul 27.
Stanley L. Letter-writing and the actual course of things: Doing the business, helping the world go round. In Parsons JM, Chappell A, editors, The Palgrave Handbook of Auto/Biography. 1 ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2020. p. 165-183 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-31974-8_8
Stanley L, Sereva E. Documents of life: In theory and practice. In Atkinson P, Delamont S, Cernat A, Sakshaug JW, Williams RA, editors, SAGE Research Methods Foundations. SAGE Publications Ltd. 2019 https://doi.org/10.4135/9781526421036752360
Stanley L. Protest and the Lovedale Riot of 1946: 'Largely a rebellion against authority'? Journal of Southern African Studies. 2018 Dec;44(6):1039-1055. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057070.2018.1533301
Stanley L. Afterword: Writing lives, fictions, and the postcolonial. Journal of Commonwealth Literature. 2018 Oct 3. https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418802610
Stanley L. Before: The avant-textes of “From Man to Man” and Olive Schreiner’s writing practices. Journal of Commonwealth Literature. 2018 Aug 28. https://doi.org/10.1177/0021989418787843
Stanley L. Olive Schreiner’s The Dawn of Civilisation: & Other Unpublished Wartime Writings. 1 ed. Edinburgh: X Press Independent Publisher, 2018. 241 p.
Stanley L. "Settler colonialism and migrant letters": the Forbes family and letter-writing in South Africa 1850–1922. In Borges M, Cancian S, editors, Migrant Letters: Emotional Language, Mobile Identities, and Writing Practices in Historical Perspective. London: Routledge. 2018. 6
Stanley L. The Racialising Process: Whites Writing Whiteness in Letters, South Africa 1770s-1970s. 1 ed. Edinburgh: X Press Independent Publisher, 2017. 288 p.
Stanley L, Jolly M. Epistolarity: Life after death of the letter? . Auto/Biography Studies. 2017 Apr 25;32(2):229 - 233. https://doi.org/10.1080/08989575.2016.1187040
Stanley L. Epistemology. In Giddens A, Sutton PW, editors, Essential Concepts in Sociology. 2nd ed. Polity Press. 2017
Stanley L. Telling lives in feminist narrative inquiry. In Lockwood K, Smith K, Woodiwiss J, editors, Feminist narrative research: opportunities and challenges . 1 ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2016 https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-48568-7
Stanley L. Settler colonialism and migrant letters: The Forbes family and letter-writing in South Africa 1850-1922. History of the Family. 2016 Aug;21(3):398-428. https://doi.org/10.1080/1081602X.2015.1127176
Moore N, Salter A, Stanley L, Tamboukou M. The Archive Project: Archival Research in the Social Sciences. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016. 210 p. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315612577
Moore N, Salter A, Stanley L, Tamboukou M. Prologue. In Moore N, Salter A, Stanley L, Tamboukou M, editors, The Archive Project: Archival Research in the Social Sciences. Abingdon: Routledge. 2016
Stanley L. The scriptural economy, the Forbes figuration and the racial order: Everyday life in South Africa 1850–1930. Sociology. 2015 Oct 1;49(5):837-852. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038515570146
Stanley L. Olive Schreiner, Sociology and the Company She Kept. In Law A, Royal Lybeck E, editors, Sociological Amnesia: Cross-currents in Disciplinary History. Abingdon, Oxon: Ashgate Publishing. 2015. p. 89-105. 6. (Classical and Contemporary Social Theory).
Stanley L. The death of the letter? Epistolary intent, letterness and the many ends of letter-writing. Cultural Sociology. 2015 Jun;9(2):240-255. https://doi.org/10.1177/1749975515573267
Stanley L. The Reader, the Text and the Editor: On the Making of Olive Schreiner’s Letters online and The World’s Great Question. English in Africa. 2015 May;42(1):59-76. 3. https://doi.org/10.4314/eia.v42i1.3
Stanley L. Operationalising a QLR on social change and whiteness in South African 1770s – 1970s. International Journal of Social Research Methodology. 2015 Apr;18(3):251-265. https://doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2015.1017899
Stanley L, (ed.), Salter A, (ed.). The World's Great Question: Olive Schreiner's South African Letters 1889–1920. Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 2014. 415 p.
Stanley L, Salter A, Dampier H. Olive Schreiner, Epistolary Practices and Microhistories: A Cultural Entrepreneur in a Historical Landscape. Cultural and Social History. 2013 Dec 4;10(4):577-597. https://doi.org/10.2752/147800413X13727009732245
Stanley L, Salter A, Dampier H. The Work of Making and the Work it Does: Cultural Sociology and ‘Bringing- Into-Being’ the Cultural Assemblage of the Olive Schreiner Letters. Cultural Sociology. 2013 Sep;7:287-302. https://doi.org/10.1177/1749975512473463
Stanley L. Documents of life revisited: narrative and biographical methodology for a 21st century critical humanism. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 2013. 226 p.
Stanley L. Whites Writing: Letters and Documents of Life in A QLR Project. In Stanley L, editor, Documents of Life Revisited: Narrative & Biographical Methods for a 21st Century Critical Humanism. Ashgate Publishing. 2013. p. 59-75
Stanley L, Dampier H. ‘I Just Express My Views and Leave Them to Work’: Olive Schreiner as a Feminist Protagonist in a Masculine Political Landscape with Figures. Gender & History. 2012 Nov;24(3):677-700. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0424.2012.01701.x
Stanley L, Salter A, Dampier H. The epistolary pact, letterness and the Schreiner epistolarium. Auto/Biography Studies. 2012;27(2):263-293. https://doi.org/10.1080/08989575.2012.10815380
Stanley L, Wise S. The Domestication Of Death: The Sequestration Thesis And Domestic Figuration. Sociology. 2011;45(6):947-962. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038511416153
Stanley L. “The Epistolary Gift: The Editorial Third Party, Counter-Epistolaria: Rethinking the Epistolarium,”. Life Writing. 2011;8(2):137-54.
Stanley L, Wise S. “The ESRC’s 2010 Framework for Research Excellence: Fit For Purpose?,”. Sociological Research Online. 2011;15,4,12.
Stanley L, Dampier H. “Towards the Epistolarium: Issues In Researching And Publishing The Olive Schreiner Epistolarium,”. African Research and Documentation. 2011;113:27-32.
Stanley L, Naji C. The Useless Mouths (A Play). In Simons MA, Timmerman M, editors, The Useless Mouths and Other Writings. University of Illinois Press. 2011. p. 9-88
Stanley L, Naji C. “Simone de Beauvoir: The Useless Mouths” (Translated with an editorial introduction by Liz Stanley and Catherine Naji). In Simons MA, Timmerman M-B, editors, The Useless Mouths and Other Writings, Volume 4, Simone de Beauvoir: Literary Writings. USA: Illinois University Press. 2011
Stanley L, Wise S. The ESRC's 2010 Framework for Research Ethics: Fit for Research Purpose? Sociological Research Online. 2010 Nov 30;15(4):-. https://doi.org/10.5153/sro.2265
Stanley L, Dampier H, Salter A. Olive Schreiner Globalising Social Inquiry: A Feminist Analytics of Globalization. Sociological Review . 2010 Nov 1;58(4):656-679. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-954X.2010.01945.x
Stanley L, (ed.). In Dialogue: Life Writing and Narrative Inquiry. Life Writing. 2010 May 17;7(1):1-3. https://doi.org/10.1080/14484520903342825
Stanley L, Dampier H. “‘Men Selling Their Souls & The Future - & Fate Watching Them’ – Olive Schreiner on Union,”. Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa. 2010;64(3):121-36.
Stanley L. “To the Letter: Thomas & Znanicki’s The Polish Peasant… And Writing A Life, Sociologically Speaking,”. Life Writing. 2010;7(2):137-51.
Stanley L. “On Small and Big Stories of The Quotidian: The Commonplace and The Extraordinary In Narrative Inquiry,”. In Robinson D, Fisher P, Yeadon-Lee T, Robinson S-J, Woodcock P, editors, Narrative, memory and ordinary lives. Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield Press. 2010. p. 1-24
Stanley L, (Guest ed.). Big structures, large processes, huge comparisons: narratives and stories from minor to major . Sociological Research Online. 2009 Nov 30;14(5).
Stanley L. Narratives from Major to Minor: On Resisting Binaries in Favour of Joined up Thinking. Sociological Research Online. 2009 Nov 30;15(5). https://doi.org/10.5153/sro.2068
Stanley L, Dampier H. The Number of the South African War (1899-1902) Concentration Camp Dead: Standard Stories, Superior Stories and a Forgotten Proto-Nationalist Research Investigation. Sociological Research Online. 2009;14(5). 13. https://doi.org/10.5153/sro.2034
Stanley L, Salter A. ‘Her Letters Cut Are Generally Nothing Of Interest’: The Heterotopic Persona of Olive Schreiner and the Alterity-Persona of Cronwright-Schreiner. English in Africa. 2009;36(2):7-30. https://doi.org/10.4314/eia.v36i2.47059
Hollands R, Stanley L. “Rethinking “Current Crisis” Arguments: Gouldner And The Legacy Of Critical Sociology,”. Sociological Research Online. 2009;14(1).
Stanley L, Temple B. Narrative methodologies: subjects, silences, re-readings and analyses. Qualitative Research. 2008 Jul 1;8(3):275-281. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468794106093622
Stanley L. “It Has Always Known And We Have Always Been ‘Other’: Knowing Capitalism And The ‘Coming Crisis’ Of Sociology Confront The Concentration System and Mass-Observation,”. Sociological Review. 2008;56(4):535-51.
Stanley L, Wise S. Feminist Methodology Matters! In Richardson D, Robinson V, editors, Gender and Women’s Studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2008. p. 221-43
Stanley L. “Madness To The Method? Using A Narrative Methodology To Analyse Large-Scale Complex Social Phenomena,”. Qualitative Research. 2008;8(3):435-47.
Helen DA, Stanley L. Parallel Narratives: Photographs In Boer Women’s Wartime Testimonies. In Robinson D, editor, Narratives and Fiction. Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield Press. 2008. p. 9-24
Stanley L, Dampier H. "She Wrote Peter Halket": Fictive And Factive Devices In Olive Schreiner’s Letters and Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland. In Robinson D, editor, Narrative and Fiction: An Interdisciplinary Approach. University of Huddersfield Press. 2008. p. 61-71