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Stuckey, Michael (2020) John Mitchell Kemble’s Anglo-Germanic legal historiography. Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Iuridica, 91. pp. 51-66. ISSN 0208-6069

Stuckey, Michael (2017) Introducing Miss Gertrude Kemble. Notes and Queries, 64 (1). 100 - 101. ISSN 0029-3970

Stuckey, Michael (2015) The study of English national history by Sir Francis Palgrave: the original use of the national records in an imaginative historical narrative. Law, Culture and the Humanities. 1 - 27. ISSN 1743-8721

Stuckey, Michael (2015) Francis Palgrave's Historico-Legal World of Science and Theology. LR Legal roots : The International Journal of Roman Law, Legal History and Comparative Law, 3. 297 - 312. ISSN 2280-4994

Stuckey, Michael (2014) Francis Palgrave and the Celtic and Anglo-Saxon racial distribution in Britain: Nineteenth-Century Thought and (recent) DNA evidence and its significance. Australian Celtic Journal, 12. 115 - 125. ISSN 1030-2611

Stuckey, Michael (2012) Early Modern English Humanism and Antiquarianism: The Prosopographical Method and Reflections on Historico-Legal Tradition. Journal of Legal History, 33 (1). 31 - 64. ISSN 0144-0365

Stuckey, Michael (2003) Property Law and Politics in the Discourses of the Elizabethan Antiquaries. The Journal of Legal History, 24 (3). pp. 23-35. ISSN 0144-0365

Stuckey, Michael (2000) The English Legal Renaissance. The Newcastle Law Review, 4 (2). pp. 74-100.

Stuckey, Michael (1994) Feudalism and Australian Land Law: 'A Shadowy Ghostlike Survival'? University of Tasmania law review, 13 (1). pp. 102-115. ISSN 0082-2108

Stuckey, Michael (1993) A Consideration of the Emergence and Exercise of Judicial Authority in the Star Chamber. Monash University law review. Monash University. Faculty of Law, 19. pp. 117-164. ISSN 0311-3140

Book Section

Stuckey, Michael (2012) Antiquarianism and Legal History. In: Making Legal History Approaches and Methodologies. Musson, A and Stebbings, C, eds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 215-243.

Stuckey, Michael (2010) The idea of the continuation/extinguishment of 'Welsh' customary land law in the face of Norman/English conquest and legal regime-change. In: Celts in Legend and Reality: Papers from the Sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, July 2007. O'Neill, P, ed. Sydney Series in Celtic Studies, 9 . University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 223-233.