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- Mills, R., 2015. ‘Stop All the Clocks: Elegy and Uncanny Technology'. Revenant: Critical and Creative Studies of the Supernatural, 1 (1), 35-57.
- Mills, R., 2015. 'The Elegiac Tradition and the Imagined Geography of the Sea and the Shore'. Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory, 17 (4), 493-516.
- Mills, R., 2016. 'England’s Pockets: Objects of Anxiety in Agatha Christie’s Post-War Novels'. In: Bernthal, J.C., ed. The Ageless Agatha Christie: Essays on the Mysteries and the Legacy. McFarland & Co., 29-44.
- Mills, R. and Bright, B., 2015. The Revelations of the Corpse: Interpreting the Body in the Golden Age Detective Novel. In: Cothran, C. and Cannon, M., eds. New Perspectives on Detective Fiction: Mystery Magnified. Routledge, 32-51.
- The Ninth International Graphic Novel and Comics Conference 2018, Figuring Fictions And Fractures: Trauma, Memory, And The Mystery Of Agatha Christie, 27 Jun 2018, Bournemouth University
- Captivating Criminality 4: Detection, Public and Private, Past and Present, ‘“Los Angeles is too big”’: Foggy cartographies in Dorothy B. Hughes’s In a Lonely Place (1947), 29 Jun 2017, Bath Spa University, Corsham Court
- Agatha Christie: A Reappraisal, ‘Detecting the Blitz: Trauma and Amnesia in Agatha Christie’s Post-War Novels’, 19 Jun 2017, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge University
- Writing and presenting for non-academic audiences (RKEO 'Pathways to Impact' workshop), 12 Jul 2018
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