Academic, Literary & Biographies about NMM  
Entries here are in date order of first publication, rather than the alphabetic order by title.
Academic theses are in to separate section at the end of this file.

         
 
up to 1969      1970-1979     1980-1989     1990-1999     2000-2009     2010 & later
 
H1000 Sixteen Authors: Brief Histories, Together with List of Their Respective Works (ed. Anon)
 
  OL 1926 USA: New York: Harcourt Brace and Co - 36pp - pamphlet. NMM is included on pp18
 
H1050 "Naomi Mitchison" (portrait)
 
  VW* 30 May 1931 pp ?645 of "Time and Tide" (v??.#??)
Illustration: Full page portrait of NMM by Wyndham Lewis
 
H1070 "Naomi Mitchison: The Development of a Revolutionary Novelist" (article about)
 
  OL Jul 1939 pp 252-260 of "Social Science" (v14.#3)
 
H1090 "Stories of Graeco-Roman Life by Naomi Mitchison" (article by Harry T Logan)
 
  OL 16 Feb 1953 pp 132-135 of "The Classical Weekly" (v46.#9) - pub. by The Classical Association of the Atlantic States
 
H1100 "Naomi Mitchison" (article about NMM)
 
  BL 1955 pp ?? of Twentieth Century Authors - First Supplement (ed. Stanley J Kunitz) pub. USA, New York: ?? - HB
Short autobiog. comment by NMM updating the 1st edition - ** which we need to locate **
 
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H1150 "Mitchison and the Later Romantics" (article about NMM)
 
  -- Jul 1978 pp 182-197 of The Scottish Novel: From Smollett to Spark (ed. F R Hart) pub. USA, Cambridge(MA): Harvard U Press - HB
 
H1200 "Naomi Mitchison" (article by Alexander Scott)
 
  VW* Sep 1978 pp ?? of Twentieth Century Children's Writers (1st Ed) (ed. DL Kirkpatrick) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James - HB
Short comment by NMM and a critical article.
  BL 1983 pp 552 of Twentieth Century Children's Writers (2nd Ed) (ed. DL Kirkpatrick) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James - HB
 
H1250 "Naomi Mitchison" (article by John Clute)
 
  RR 1979 pp 401 of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (ed. Peter Nicholls) pub. ENGLAND, London: Granada - HB - 672pp
  RR Apr 1993 pp 813 of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (updated 2nd edition) (ed. John Clute & Peter Nicholls) pub. ENGLAND, London: Orbit - HB - 1370pp
  RR Apr 1995 Grolier Science Fiction: The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (ed. John Clute & Peter Nicholls) pub. Grolier Electronic Publishing - CDROM
  RR Oct 2011 in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (updated 3rd edition) (ed. John Clute & David Langford)
 
H1300 "Naomi Mitchison" (about NMM)
 
  OL Oct 1979 pp 1002 of Science Fiction And Fantasy Literature: Volume II by Robert Reginald - pub. USA, Detroit(MI): Gale Research - HB - 1141pp
Short biography and bibliography followed by comment from NMM
 
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H1333 Meet the Authors: Overseas (study guide - by Suzanne Hayes)
 
  OL 1981 A study guide developed by Open College of Further Education for the Adelaide-based Dept of Further Education. It consists of 2 illustrated booklets and 5 sound cassettes. Booklet one is about NMM - and booklet two covers 4 other authors. It is not known what the cassettes contained.
 
H1350 "Siblings in Space - The Science Fiction of J B S Haldane and Naomi Mitchison" (article about NMM - by Patrick Parrinder)
 
  -- Jun 1981 pp 49-56 of "Foundation: The Review of Science Fiction" (#22)
 
H1400 "Naomi Mitchison" (article)
 
  -- Oct 1981 pp ??-?? of Twentieth Century Science Fiction Writers (1st Ed) (ed. C Smith) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James - HB
Comment by NMM and a critical article by Lee Montgomerie
  RR Jul 1986 pp 516-517 of Twentieth Century Science Fiction Writers (2nd Ed) (ed. C Smith) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James - HB
  RR 1991 pp 562-564 of Twentieth Century Science Fiction Writers (3rd Ed) (ed. C Smith) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James - HB - 1016pp
Short comment by NMM and a critical article by Duncan Lunan
 
H1450 "Naomi Mitchison" (article by Alexander Scott)
 
  BL Sep 1986 pp 612 of Contemporary Novelists (4th Ed) (ed. D L Kirkpatrick) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James - HB
Short comment by NMM followed by a critical article
 
H1500 "From Personal to Global: The Fiction of Naomi Mitchison" (article by Beth Dickson)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 34-40 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1&2)
 
H1550 "The Woman from the Big House - The Autobiographical Writings of Naomi Mitchison" (article by Alison Smith)
 
  VW Sum 1987 pp 10-17 of "Chapman" (#50 - v10.#1&2)
Illustration: Article is accompanied by a pencil sketch of NMM by Alasdair Gray captioned "Remember 13 Nov 1987"
 
  KB Aug 2009 pp vii-xix (the introduction) of the Kennedy & edition of Small Talk: Memories of an Edwardian Childhood
 
H1600 "Novelists of the Renaissance" (essay by Isobel Murray)
 
  IM 1987 pp 103-117 (Chapter 7) of The History of Scottish Literature: Volume 4: Twentieth Century (ed. Cairns Craig) pub. SCOTLAND, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press - HB+DW & pb - 399pp
A discussion of NMM, Eric Linklater & Grassic Gibbon
 
H1650 "Naomi Mitchison" (article by Suzanne Hall)
 
  RR Jun 1989 pp 468-470 of Dictionary of British Women Writers (ed. Janet Todd) pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 762pp
Critical article and a bibliography
 
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H1690 "Pubish and be Damned" (biographical article by Ian Bell)
 
  OB 15 Jul 1990 pp 73 of "The Observer" - Illustrated with a pen and ink drawing of NMM by Petrie.
 
H1700 "Human Relations: An Outline of some Major Themes in Naomi Mitchison's Adult Fiction" (essay by Isobel Murray)
 
  OL Aug 1990 pp 243-256 of Studies in Scottish Fiction: Twentieth Century (ed. Joachim Schwend & Horst Drescher) pub. GERMANY, Frankfurt an Main: Peter Lang - pb - 349pp
Vol #10 in the series of Scottish Studies International - Publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim
 
H1750 "Forgiving the Past: Naomi Mitchison's The Bull Calves" (essay by Douglas Gifford)
See book A0220
 
  OL Aug 1990 pp 219-241 of Studies in Scottish Fiction: Twentieth Century (ed. Joachim Schwend & Horst Drescher) pub. GERMANY, Frankfurt an Main: Peter Lang - pb - 349pp
Vol #10 in the series of Scottish Studies International - Publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim
 
H1800 Naomi Mitchison: A Century of Experiment in Life and Letters (book by Jill Benton)
This book contains many extracts from published and unpublished books, letters and poetry. These are not crossreferenced in this bibliography, except for the four poems which are quoted in full - "The Bonny Brae" (C0230); "New Verse" (C1465); "Two Men at the Salmon Nets" (C2420) and "Nettlebed Road" (C1440).
 
  -- 1990 ENGLAND, London: HarperCollins (Pandora) - HB with DW - 192pp - ?price
Illustration: Front cover is a colour portrait of NMM by Wyndham Lewis
Back cover and internally - Many photographs of NMM and family throughout the years
 
  RR 1992 ENGLAND, London: HarperCollins (Pandora) - pb - 192pp - £7.99
The title of this edition is Naomi Mitchison: A Biography
Illustration: Cover and internally - many photographs of NMM and family throughout the years
 
H1815 "Contemporary Feminist Fantasy in the Scottish Literary Tradition" (paper by Margaret Elphinstone)
 
  OL 1991 a paper read at the Twelfth Annual International Conference of the Fantastic in the Arts - many references to NMM and her works.
 
  OL Jun 1992 pp 45-59 of Tea and Leg-Irons: New Feminist Readings from Scotland (ed. Caroline Gonda) - pub. ENGLAND, London: Open Letters - pb - 224pp
 
  OL 1995 pp 84-92 of Modes of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Twelfth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts (ed. Robert A Latham & Robert A Collins) - pub. USA: Greenwood Press - HB - 234pp
 
H1850 "For the Sake of Alba: Naomi Mitchison" (essay by Colin Nicholson)
 
  OL Jan 1993 pp 19-36 of Poem, Purpose and Place: Shaping Identity in Contemporary Scottish Verse (ed. C E Nicholson) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Birlinn (Polygon) - pb - 272pp
 
H1900 "Difference and Sexual Politics in Naomi Mitchison's Solution Three " (essay by Sarah LeFanu)
See book A0910
 
  OL Jul 1994 pp 153-165 (chapter 11) of Utopian and Science Fiction by Women: Worlds of Difference (ed. Jane L Donawerth & Carol A Kolmeren) - Pub. USA, Syracuse (NY): Syracuse University Press - HB - 260pp
Also issued in Oct 1994 by ENGLAND, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press - HB - 260pp
 
H1950 "Naomi Mitchison" (article by Angus Calder)
 
  OL Jul 1994 pp 173-177 (Section 15) of Revolving Culture: Notes from the Scottish Republic (by Angus Calder) pub. ENGLAND, London: I.B.Tauris - HB - 256pp
 
H2000 "Naomi Mitchison" (article by Isobel Murray)
 
  RR 1994 pp 364-366 of Reference Guide to Short Fiction (ed. Noelle Watson) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James Press - HB - 1052pp
Short bio/bibliography followed by an article
 
  -- 1999 pp 432-434 of Reference Guide to Short Fiction: 2nd Edition (ed. Noelle Watson) pub. ENGLAND, London: St James Press - HB - 1052pp
Short bio/bibliography followed by an article
 
H2050 "From Guinea Pigs to Clone Mums: Naomi Mitchison's Parables of Feminist Science" (section of book by Susan Merrill Squier)
 
  OL Dec 1994 section 5 (pp 168-199) of Babies in Bottles: Twentieth-Century Visions of Reproductive Technology - pub. USA, New Brunswick,NJ: Rutgers University Press - HB - 288pp
 
H2100 "Naomi Mitchison: The Feminist Art of Making Things Difficult" (essay by Susan M Squier)
 
  OL Jul 1995 afterword (pp 161-183) of Solution Three (the Feminist Press edition) (book A0910)
 
H2150 "Men, Women and Comrades" (essay by Jenni Calder)
 
  OL Apr 1995 pp 69-84 (Chapter 4) of Gendering the Nation: Studies in Modern Scottish Literature (ed. Christopher Whyte) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - pb - 235pp
 
H2200 "Constructing the Future through the Past: Naomi Mitchison's Brave New World" (part of thesis by Gill Plain) - see H6600 below.
 
  OL Jul 1996 pp 139-165 (chapter 5) of Women's Fiction of the Second World War: Gender, Power and Resistance by Gill Plain - pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - pb - 207pp
 
H2250 "Women Poets and the Audenesque Style: Naomi Mitchison and Stevie Smith" (book section by Janet Montefiore)
 
  OL Sep 1996 pp ?125-127? (a section of chapter 6 "Undeservedly Forgotten") of Men and Women Writers of the 1930s: The Dangerous Flood of History - pub. USA, New York: Routledge - HB - 300pp
See also H2300 for another section of this book discussing NMM as a socialist.
 
H2300 "Sexuality and Socialism: Naomi Mitchison" (book section by Janet Montefiore)
 
  OL Sep 1996 pp ?163-168? (a section of chapter 4 "Parable of the Past") of Men and Women Writers of the 1930s: The Dangerous Flood of History" - pub. USA, New York: Routledge - HB - 300pp
See also H2250 for another section of this book discussing NMM as a poet.
 
H2350 "Naomi Mitchison" (book chapter by Julian Meldon D'Arcy)
 
  OL Oct 1996 pp 154-178 of Scottish Skalds and Sagamen: Old Norse Influences on Modern Scottish Literature (by Julian Meldon D'Arcy) pub. SCOTLAND, East Linton: Tuckwell - HB - 312pp
 
H2400 "Naomi Mitchison" (article by Caroline Mullan)
 
  RR Apr 1997 pp 651-652 of The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (ed. John Clute & John Grant) pub. ENGLAND, London: Orbit - HB - 1049pp
 
H2450 "Hostage to History: Naomi Mitchison and Rome" (chapter by Ruth Hoberman)
 
  OL Apr 1997 pp 119-135 (chapter 9) in Gendering Classicism: The Ancient World in Twentieth-Century Women's Historical Fiction - pub. USA,New York: State University Press of New York - HB - 207pp (also ebook)
 
H2500 "History, Ritual, and Gender in Naomi Mitchison's Greece" (chapter by Ruth Hoberman)
 
  OL Apr 1997 pp 25-40 (chapter 3) in Gendering Classicism: The Ancient World in Twentieth-Century Women's Historical Fiction - pub. USA,New York: State University Press of New York - HB - 207pp (also ebook)
 
H2550 "Conflicting Scientific Feminisms: Charlotte Haldane and Naomi Mitchison" (essay by Susan Merrill Squier)
 
  OL Jun 1997 pp 179-195 (chapter 10) of Natural Eloquence: Women Reinscribe Nature (ed. Barbara T Gates & Ann B Shteir) - pub.USA, Madison (WI): University of Wisconsin Press - HB&pb - 283pp
 
H2600 "More Than Merely Ourselves: Naomi Mitchison" (essay by Jenni Calder)
 
  OL Jul 1997 pp 444-455 of A History of Scottish Women's Writing (ed. Douglas Gifford & Dorothy McMillan) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB&pb - 752pp
 
H2648 "A Woman in a Hundred" (extract from book by Jenni Calder)
 
  OB 26 Jul 1997 p B18-22 of "The Guardian" - this is a lengthy edited pre-publication extract of The Nine Lives of Naomi Mitchison (by Jenni Calder) - see see H2650
Includes 5 b/w photographs
 
H2650 The Nine Lives of Naomi Mitchison (book by Jenni Calder)
 
  WC 7 Aug 1997 ENGLAND, London: Virago Press - HB with DW - 340pp - £20.00
Illustration: Book contains 12pp of b/w photographs
 
H2700 "Naomi Mitchison: A Birthday Tribute" (article by Helen Macleod)
 
  RR Nov 1997 pp 16-25 of "Book and Magazine Collector" (#164) - celebrating NMM's 100th birthday
A listing of UK first editions follows this article on pp25-26
 
H2720 "From Fascism in Britain to World War: Dystopic Warnings. Canonizing Dystopias" (section of book by Phyllis Lassner)
 
  OL Mar 1998 Section 2 of British Women Writers of World War II: Battlegrounds of Their Own - pub. ENGLAND, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan Press - HB - 304pp
Also published at the same time by USA, New York: St. Martin's Press - HB - 204pp
This section of the book contains 3 sub-sections of interest -
     "Storm Jameson and Naomi Mitchison: Local and Global Politics" - pp 66-68
     "Socialist Aristocrat: Naomi Mitchison" - pp 69-71
     "A 'Cold Shabby Purgatory': Naomi Mitchison's Vision of British Fascism" - pp 72-85
 
H2727 A Centenary Celebration (one-day conference)
 
  OL 14 Mar 1998 Described as "A Day Conference on the Life and Work of the Writer Naomi Mitchison". Hosted by the Dept of Adult and Continuing Education of the University of Glasgow. Speakers included Jenni Calder, Isobel Murray and Carol Anderson.
 
H2735 "Counter-Cultural Strategies in the Fiction of Naomi Mitchison and Caroline Dale Snedeker" (paper by Sheila Murnaghan and Deborah Roberts)
 
  OL 28 Dec 1998 a paper read at the Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association conference held in Washington, D.C. from 27-30 Dec 1998.
NMM's book Cloud-Cuckoo Land was one of the main novels discussed - see A0250
 
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H2750 "The roots of the present: Naomi Mitchison, Agnes Mure Mackenzie and the construction of history" (essay by Kirsten Stirling)
 
  OL Mar 2000 pp 254-269 (Chapter 11) of The Polar Twins (ed. Edward J Cowan & Douglas Gifford) pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: John Donald - pb - 310pp
 
H2800 "A Time and a Place: The Relocation of Gender Identity in the Early Historical Fiction of Naomi Mitchison" (paper by Amanda J McLeod)
 
  OL Apr 2000 pp ??-?? of Terranglian Territories: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of the Literature of Region and Nation (ed. Susanne Hagemann) - pub. GERMANY: Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang - pb - 681pp
The conference took place in Mainz between 30 Jul 1998 and 5 Aug 1998
 
H2850 "The Location of Magic in Naomi Mitchison's The Corn King and the Spring Queen" (essay by Margaret Elphinstone)
See book A0280
 
  OL Apr 2000 pp 72-83 of Scottish Women's Fiction, 1920s to 1960s: Journeys into Being (ed. Carol Anderson & Aileen Christiansen) pub. SCOTLAND, East Linton: Tuckwell Press - pb - 180pp
 
H2875 "Interwar Journalism of Naomi Mitchison and Rebecca West" (academic paper by Loretta Stec)
 
  OL May 2000 a paper read at the "Constructing Literature and Culture 1914-15" conference held 18-20 May 2000 at the University of Western Ontario.
 
H2900 "Naomi Mitchison's Historical Fiction" (essay by Elizabeth Maslen)
 
  IM Jun 2000 pp 138-150 (chapter 11) of Women Writers of the 1930s: Gender, Politics and History (ed. Maroula Joannou) - pub, USA, New York: Columbia University - pb - 224pp
Note: This book is dedicated to Naomi Mitchison.
 
H2915 "Mythic Collectivity and Liberal Individualism: Two Novels of Naomi Mitchison" (academic paper by Loretta Stec)
Books discussed are Corn King and Spring Queen (A0280) and When We Become Men (A1040)
 
  OL Aug 2000 a paper read at the "International Region and Nation Literature Conference" held in Östersund, Sweden 2-6 Aug 2000
 
  OL 2002 pp 115-128 of Latitude 63° North: Proceedings of the 8th International Region and Nation Literature Conference (ed. David Bell) - pub, Sweden, Östersund: Mid-Sweden University College - pb? - 480?pp
 
H2920 "The Relationship between Lady Naomi Mitchison and Kgosi Linche II and how it helped Developing Mochudi" (academic paper by W Mukamambo)
 
  OL 2000 A research essay written for the History Department of the University of Botswana
 
H2925 Political and Social Issues in British Women's Fiction, 1928-1968 (book by Elizabeth Maslen)
 
  OL Feb 2001 ENGLAND, London: Palgrave Macmillan - HB - 258pp
-- no specific section on NMM, but her work and influence is discussed throughout the book
 
H2930 "Science Fiction Parables of Mutation and Cloning as/and Cognition" (essay by Darko Suvin)
- Solution Three is one of the books discussed - see A0910
 
  OL 18 Oct 2001 a paper read at the "Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction" conference held in Thessalonika, 18-21 Oct 2001
 
  OL 2002 pp 131-151 of Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction (ed. Domna Pastourmatzi) - pub. GREECE, Thessaloniki: University Studio Press - HB - 512pp
- see also other academic articles H2940 and H2950 from the same book.
 
  OL 2002 A shorter version of this paper appeared on pp67-74 of "Femspec" (v3.#2) under the title "Cloning: On Cognition in the Discourses of SF and Technoscience"
 
H2940 " 'None of Woman Born': Colonizing the Womb, From Frankenstein's Mother to Naomi Mitchison's Solution Three" (essay by Katerina Kitsi-Mitakou)
- see book A0910
 
  OL 19 Oct 2001 a paper read at the "Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction" conference held in Thessalonika, 18-21 Oct 2001
 
  OL 2002 pp 208-221 of Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction (ed. Domna Pastourmatzi) - pub. GREECE, Thessaloniki: University Studio Press - HB - 512pp
- see also other academic articles H2930 and H2950 from the same book.
 
H2950 "The Malediction of the Clones: Huxley, Mitchison and Haldane" (essay by Maria Aline Seabra Ferreira)
NMM's book Solution Three (A0910) is one of the main works discussed.
 
  OL Oct 2001 a paper read at the "Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction" conference held in Thessalonika, 18-21 Oct 2001
 
  OL 2002 pp 186-207 of Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction (ed. Domna Pastourmatzi) - pub. GREECE, Thessaloniki: University Studio Press - HB - 512pp
- see also other academic articles H2930 and H2940 from the same book.
 
  OL 2005 pp 173-190 of I Am The Other: Literary Negotiations Of Human Cloning by Maria Aline Seabra Ferreira - pub. USA, Westport (CT): Praeger - HB - 309pp
 
H3000 "The 1930s: Cultural Politics and the Poetry of Sylvia Townsend Warner, Valentine Ackland, Nancy Cunard, Winifred Holtby, Naomi Mitchison and Stevie Smith" (chapter of book by Jane Dowson)
 
  OL Apr 2002 Chapter 7 (pp 215-247) of Women, Modernism and British Poetry, 1910-1939: Resisting Femininity - pub. ENGLAND, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing - HB - 304pp
 
H3050 "The Meaning of Death" (essay by Sarah Shaw)
Discusses, among other books, When We Become Men - see A1040
 
  OL Spr 2002 pp 42-46 of "Wasafiri" (#35)
 
H3085 "Naomi Mitchison and the Great War" (essay by Jenni Calder)
 
  OL 2002 pp 163-164 of War and the Cultural Construction of Identities in Britain (ed. Barbara Korte & Ralf Schneider) - pub. NETHERLANDS, Amsterdam: Editions Rodolphi B.V. - pb - 285pp
There are other references to NMM in the rest of Jenni Calder's section of this book entitled "World War and Women - Advance and Retreat" (pp 163-182)
 
H3100 "Monstrous Sex: The Erotic in Naomi Mitchison's Science Fiction" (essay by Sarah Shaw)
 
  OL 2002 pp141-168 of "Michigan Feminist Studies" (#16) - available online.
 
H3150 "Homosexuality and Blackness in Naomi Mitchison and Jackie Kay. A Speech-Act Approach" (article by Susanne Hagemann)
 
  OL 2003 pp 121-139 of "Études Écossaises" (#9) - pub. FRANCE, Grenoble: Université Stendhal.
Theme of this issue of the journal is "Women in Scotland: The Mysterious in Scottish Literature"
 
H3157 "Naomi Mitchison" (book section by ???????)
 
  OL May 2003 pp 589-606 of Advocates and Activists, 1919-1941: Men and Women Who Shaped the Period Between the Wars (ed. David Garrett Izzo) - pub. USA, West Cornwall,CT: Locust Hill Press - HB - 664pp
 
H3168 "The Lives and Letters of Stella Benson, Winifred Holtby and Naomi Mitchison: A Trade in Work and Desire" (paper by Helen Lloyd)
 
  OL 27 Sep 2003 Paper read at the Modernist Studies Association conference, held in the UK for the first time and hosted by the University of Birmingham on 27-28 Mar 2004.
See also the book chapter (H3550) which appears to be a reworking of this paper as a book chapter.
 
H3175 " 'On the Knife-Edge of Time': Katherine Burdekin and Naomi Mitchison" (essay by Sylvia Vance)
 
  OL 2003 no print version - available online as part of "Debat(tl)ed" - (issue #5)
This is on the Gender Forum - An Internet Journal for Gender Studies website.
 
H3187 " 'I was a Character as well as an Audience': Authorial Position in the Biographical Representations of Naomi Mitchison" (paper by Helen Lloyd)
 
  OL 28 Mar 2004 Paper read at the Outsiders Postgraduate Conference hosted by the University of Stirling on 27-28 Mar 2004.
 
H3200 "Constructing a Perilous Chapel: Contesting Power Structures in Naomi Mitchison's To The Chapel Perilous" (article by Michael D Amey)
See book A0960
 
  OL Fall 2004 pp 69-80 of "Athuriana" (v14.n3)
 
H3250 Naomi Mitchison's Early in Orcadia, The Big House and Travel Light (book by Moira Burgess)
See Early in Orcadia, The Big House, and Travel Light
 
  OL Sep 2004 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies - pb - 64pp
#19 in the "Scotnotes Study Guides" student handbooks
 
H3300 "Remembering the Conquered: Naomi Mitchison's Anti-Imperialist Fiction" (essay by Diana Wallace)
 
  OL Nov 2004 pp 43-52 of The Woman's Historical Novel: British Women Writers 1900-2000 (by Diana Wallace) pub. ENGLAND, London: Palgrave Macmillan - HB - 284pp
 
H3333 "Scottish Women Playwrights Against Zero Visibility" (article by Ksenija Horvat)
 
  OL Mar 2005 pp 143-158 of "Études Écossaises" (#10) - pub. FRANCE, Grenoble: Université Stendhal.
Authors discussed include NMM, Ada Kay, Eve Lamont Stewart, JeanUre & Liz Lochhead.
Theme of this issue of the journal is "Reputation".
 
H3350 "English Ethical Socialism: Women Writers, Political Ideas and the Public Sphere between the Wars" (article by Nattie Golubov)
 
  OL 2005 pp33-60 of "Women's History Review" (v14.#1) Focuses on the works of Winifred Holtby, Storm Jameson, Naomi Mitchison and Rebecca West
This appears to be a journal reprint, possibly revised, of Golubov's Ph.D. thesis (H6950)
 
H3400 "When Naomi met Doris" (article by Greg Michaelson)
 
  OL Spr 2005 pp 21-23 of "Scottish Book Collector" (v7.#11)
 
H3450 " 'Clemency Ealasaid July 1940': The Turning Point in a Poet's War" (article by Isobel Murray)
See poem C0410
 
  IM Aut 2005 pp 72-83 of "Scottish Studies Review" (v6.#2)
Magazine is published by The Association for Scottish Literary Studies.
 
H3475 "Redefining the Fight Against Fascism: RebeccaWest and Naomi Mitchison in the 1930s" (paper by Phyllis Lassner)
 
  OL Sep 2005 Paper read at the "Second International Rebecca West Conference", held at the Mercantile Library Center for Fiction in Manhattan.
 
H3500 "Postmodernism and the Press in Naomi Mitchison's To the Chapel Perilous" (essay by Anita Obermeier)
See book A0960
 
  OL Nov 2005 pp 193-207 of Studies in Medievalism XIII - Postmodern Medievalisms (ed. Richard Utz and Jesse G. Swan) pub. ENGLAND, Cambridge: D S Brewer - HB - 250pp
 
H3550 "Stella Benson, Naomi Mitchison and Winifred Holtby: A Triadic Model of Friendship and Desire" (book chapter by Catherine Clay)
 
  OL Jan 2006 chapter 6 (pp 126-157) of British Women Writers 1914-1945: Professional Work and Friendship - pub. ENGLAND, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing - HB - 192pp
The poem "Stella Benson" (C2130) is reprinted in this chapter.
This appears to be a reworking of a previous academic paper - see item (H3168)
 
H3575 "From Waste Land to Grail and Back Again: Naomi Mitchison's To the Chapel Perilous" (article by Peter G Christensen)
 
  OL Jan 2006 pp 106-?118 of The Year's Work in Medievalism, 2004 (ed. Gwendolyn Morgan) pub. USA: Eugene,OR: Wifp and Stock - pb - 122pp
Many of the articles in this book were presented as papers at the "2004 Annual International Conference on Medievalism "- held at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.
 
H3600 "The Ambivalent Legacy of Violence and Victimhood: Using Early Christian Martyrs to Think With" (article by Elizabeth A Castelli)
This essay discusses, among others subjects, the novel The Blood of the Martyrs - book A0190
 
  RR Spr 2006 pp 1-24 of "Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality" (v6.#1)
 
H3650 "Writing New Worlds: Love, Emotion, Sex and Politics in the Work of Naomi Mitchison and Dora Russell in the 1920s and 1930s" (conference paper by Stephen J Brooke)
See also the article (H4240) which appears to be a reworking of this paper as a book chapter.
 
  OL Mar 2006 Paper presented at the "European Social Science History Conference," held in Amsterdam
 
H3670 " Hybrid Progenies, 'Otherworldly' Dialogues: Naomi Mitchison, Octavia Butler and Charis Thompson Cussins" (paper by Aline Ferreira)
 
  OL Jun 2006 Paper read at the "International Conference of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts" (SLSA) held at the University of Amsterdam, 13-16 June 2006.
 
H3700 Naomi Mitchison: A Profile of Her Life and Work (book by Lesley A Hall)
 
  OL Feb 2007 USA, Seattle (WA): Aqueduct Press - pb - 146pp - $12.00
#15 in Aqueduct's "Conversation Pieces" series
 
H3715 "Naomi Mitchison" (essay by Rosemary Addison)
 
  OL Nov 2007 pp 245-249 of The Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland, Volume 4: Professionalism and Diversity 1880-2000 (ed. David Finkelstein and Alistair McCleery) - pub. SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press - HB - 544pp
Illustrated on p245 with a photograph titled "Naomi Mitchison in Botswana, 1962"
 
H3720 "The Memorable Past: Antiquity and Girlhood in the Works of Mary Butts and Naomi Mitchison" (book chapter by Sheila Murnaghan)
 
  OL Dec 2007 pp 125-139 (Chapter 8) of Remaking the Classics: Literature, Genre and Media in Britain, 1800-2000 (ed. Christopher Stray) - pub. ENGLAND, London: Duckworth - HB - 192pp
 
  OL Oct 2013 (Chapter 8) of Remaking the Classics: Literature, Genre and Media in Britain, 1800-2000 (ed. Christopher Stray) - pub. ENGLAND, London: Bloomsbury Academic - ebook
 
H3750 "Crossing Dream Boundaries: Nonsense and Fantastic Subversions in Naomi Mitchison's Beyond This Limit" (essay by Monica Germaná)
See book A0150
 
  OL Dec 2007 pp 135-148 (Chapter 11) of Sub/Versions: Cultural Status, Genre and Critique (ed. Pauline MacPherson, Christopher Murray, Gordon Spark and Kevin Corstorphine) - pub. ENGLAND: Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing - HB - 190pp
The title of this chapter in the contents list of this book is as given above. However the author has referred online to this essay with a slightly different title - "Crossing Dream Boundaries: Decoding Nonsense and Fantastic Ambiguities in Naomi Mitchison's Beyond This Limit"
 
H3800 Dalla Russia di Stalin al pianeta delle farfalle: la scienza e i nuovi mondi di Naomi Mitchison (academic work by Alessia Oppizzi)
 
  WC 2008 ITALY, Trento: UNI Service - ?? - 142pp
Literal translation of the title from Italian is From Stalin's Russia to the World of Butterflies: The Science and the New Worlds of Naomi Mitchison. This book discusses, in Italian, extracts from 3 works by NMM - Memoirs of a Spacewoman (book A0630) ; Pages from a Russian Diary (article E5960) and Outline for Boys and Girls and Their Parents (book A0780) All the extracts are quoted in English.
 
H3850 "Highland Lady and Tribal Mother: Postcolonialism in the Work of Naomi Mitchison" (conference paper by Jacqueline Ryder)
 
  OL 26 Apr 2008 Paper presented at the "2008 Postcolonial Symposium", held at the University of Stirling
 
H3900 "An Experimental Life: Books by and about Naomi Mitchison" (article by Nic Clarke)
 
  OL 30 Jun 2008 on the "Strange Horizons" website - no print version, only available online
 
H3950 "Animals, Empathy, and Care in Naomi Mitchison's Memoirs of a Spacewoman" (article by Gavin Miller)
See book A0630
 
  RR Jul 2008 pp 251-265 of "Science Fiction Studies" (v35.#2 - #105)
Article also available online
 
H4000 Mitchison's Ghosts: Supernatural Elements in the Scottish Fiction of Naomi Mitchison (book by Moira Burgess)
Book came out of a Ph.D. thesis (H7200) and discusses The Bull Calves (A0220), The Big House (A0160), and Lobsters on the Agenda (A610)
 
  OL Nov 2008 UK,?place: Humming Earth - HB - print on demand - 284pp
 
H4015 "Ancient History for Girls" (paper by Sheila Murnaghan and Deborah Roberts)
 
  OL 9 Jan 2009 a paper read at the Annual Meeting of the American Philological Association conference held in Philadelphia, PA from 8-11 Jan 2009.
NMM's book All Change Here: Girlhood and Marriage was one of the main novels discussed - see A0050
 
H4025 "Scottish Science Fiction: Writing Scottish Literature Back into History" (article by Gavin Miller)
 
  OL Apr 2009 pp 121-133 of "Études Écossaises" (#12) - pub. FRANCE, Grenoble: Université Stendhal. Theme of this issue of the journal is "Science".
Authors discussed include J Leslie Mitchell, NMM, Iain Banks & Alasdair Gray.
 
H4035 "Post-Anthropocentric Genetic Imaginaries in Naomi Mitchison's Memoirs of a Spacewoman and Octavia Butler's Xenogenesis Trilogy" (conference paper by Aline Ferreira)
See book A0630
 
  OL Jun 2009 A paper read at the "Conference of the International Association for Philosopy and Literature" held at Brunel University between 1-5 Jul 2009.
 
H4050 " 'The True Home of Lost Causes': Naomi Mitchison's The Conquered" (book chapter by Jacqueline Ryder)
See book A0270
 
  OL 2009 chapter ?? (pp ??-?) of Further From the Frontiers ...: Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies (ed. Aimee McNair & Jacqueline Ryder) - pub. SCOTLAND: Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies - pb - 164pp
Articles in this book derive from papers given at the "2008 Cross-currents Conference" held at the University of Strathclyde (18-20 Apr 2008)
 
H4100 "Travelling Light (Naomi Mitchison and Jessie Kesson)" (article by Isobel Murray)
 
  IM Win 2009 pp 99-107 of The Review (vol.LXII, No.2) - pub. SCOTLAND: Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Alumnus Association - pb
 
up to 1969      1970-1979     1980-1989     1990-1999     2000-2009     2010 & later
 
H4125 Scottish Eugenicists: Marie Stopes, Naomi Mitchison, John Cockburn (ed. Anon)
 
  OL 2010 LLC Books - pb - 30pp. (This creator/publisher binds together reprints of freely available online articles - mostly from Wikipedia).
 
H4140 "Naomi the Poet and Nella the Housewife: Finding a Space to Write. From the Wartime Diaries of Naomi Mitchison and Nella Last" (academic article by Karen Meschia)
 
  OL 3 Jul 2010 Online at Miranda (vol 2). Issue is titled Voicing Conflict: Women and 20th Century Warfare.
Article is available only online here.
 
H4150 "Representations of Colonial Relations in Naomi Mitchison's Work" (conference paper by Jacqueline Ryder)
 
  OL Aug 2010 Paper presented at the ESSE Conference, held in Turin. The author also led a meeting of the Scottish Studies group at Strathclyde University in Dec 2010 on NMM.
 
H4175 "Naomi Mitchison: From Intermodernism to Science Fiction (via Mass-Observation)" (seminar led by Nick Hubble)
 
  OL 27 Oct 2010 Held in the Wells Street building of the University of Westminster - as one of their "English Literature Reaearch Seminars"
 
H4190 "Between Gender and Fictional Experiment: Naomi Mitchison's Historical Novels" (essay by Alessia Oppizzi)
 
  OL Sep 2011 pp 56-84 (Chapter 3) of History and Narration: Looking Back from the Twentieth Century (ed. Marialuisa Bignami, Francesca Orestano & Alessandro Vescovi) - pub. ENGLAND: Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing - HB - 215pp
 
H4200 "In the 'Enemy' Camp: Wyndham Lewis, Naomi Mitchison and Rebecca West" (essay by Michael Hallam)
 
  OL Oct 2011 pp 57-76 (Chapter 3) of Wyndham Lewis and the Cultures of Modernity (ed. Andrzej Gasiorek, Alice Reeve-Tucker & Nathan Waddell) pub. ENGLAND, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing - HB - 265pp
 
H4240 "Writing and Living New Worlds: Socialism, Sex, and Emotions" (book chapter by Stephen Brooke)
 
  OL Nov 2011 pp 65-91 (Chapter 3) of Sexual Politics: Sexuality, Family Planning and the British Left from the 1880s to the Present Day (by Stephen Brooke) pub. ENGLAND, Oxford: Oxford University Press - HB - 298pp
This chapter includes, on p77, a full-page photograph of NMM.
This appears to be a reworking of a previous academic paper - see item H3650 - which used the works of NMM and Dora Russell as exemplars.
 
H4250 "The Cosmic (Cosmo)Polis in Naomi Mitchison's Science Fiction Novels" (essay by Carla Sassi)
 
  OL Nov 2011 pp 85-100 of Scotland as Science Fiction (ed. Caroline McCracken-Flesher) - pub. USA, Lewisburg (PA): Bucknell University Press - HB - 198pp
 
H4280 "Medieval Modernisms and Modernist Medievalisms: Auðr in djúpúðga in Landnamabok and Naomi Mitchison's The Land the Ravens Found" (academic paper by Cori L Gabbard)
See book A0570
 
  OL 15 Jun 2012 a paper read at the "Tenth Annual Conference on New Directions in the Humanities" held 14-16 Jun 2012 in Centre Mont-Royal, Montreal, Canada.
 
H4300 "Exemplary Intermodernists: Stevie Smith, Inez Holden, Betty Miller and Naomi Mitchison" (article by Kristin Bluemel)
 
  OL Oct 2012 pp 40-56 (chapter 2) of The History of British Women's Writing: 1920-1945: Volume 8 - (ed. Mary Joannou) - pub: ENGLAND, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan - HB - 340pp
The specific section of this chapter that deals with NMM is entitled "Naomi Mitchison: She Had Been Warned"
Chapter 9 - "Poetry 1920-1945" by Jane Dowson - also covers NMM's work.
 
H4325 "Send in the Clones? Naomi Mitchison (née Haldane)'s, Musings on Reproduction, Breeding, Feminism, Socialism and Eugenics from the 1920s to the 1970s" (seminar by Lesley A Hall)
 
  OL 13 Nov 2012 A seminar conducted at Oxford Brookes University as #22 in their History of Medicine series. It is available as a podcast (approx 45mins)
 
  OL 24 Jul 2013 A paper read as part of the "24th International Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine" - held in Manchester. One of several papers in the "Science of Man? Bounds of Knowledge in the Twentieth Century" section.
 
  OL 4 Nov 2013 A seminar conducted at York University, Totonto.
 
  OL 16 Sep 2014 A seminar conducted at The Cambridge Centre for Family Research.
 
H4350 " 'A Certain Amount of Instruction': Politics, Entertainment and Narration in the Interwar Stories of Winifred Holtby, Sylvia Townsend Warner and Naomi Mitchison" (article by Chris Hopkins)
 
  OL Apr 2013 pp 97-112 of "Short Fiction in Theory & Practice" (v3.#1)
 
H4400 "Naomi Mitchison: Fantasy and Intermodern Utopia" (book chapter by Nick Hubble)
 
  OL May 2013 pp 74-92 (chapter 4) of Utopianism, Modernism, and Literature in the Twentieth Century - (ed. Alice Reeve-Tucker and Nathan Waddell) - pub: ENGLAND, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan - HB - 240pp
 
H4420 "Naomi Mitchison: Writing, Politics and Controversy" (conference paper by Jenni Calder)
 
  OL 14 Jun 2013 A paper read as part of the "Women in Warfare: From Troy to the Trenches" conference - held at the University of Edinburgh. One of several papers in the "Communicating the War" section.
 
H4440 "Speaking as Tribal (M)other: The African Writing of Naomi Mitchison" (essay by Jacqueline Ryder)
 
  OL Aug 2013 pp 200-213 of With and Without Empire: Scotland Across the (Post)colonial Borderline (ed. Carla Sassi & Theo van Heijnsbergen) - pub. ENGLAND: Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing - HB - 275pp
 
H4450 "Abortion, past or future?: The 1930s writings of Naomi Mitchison" (article by Fran Bigman)
 
  OL Aut 2013 pp 4-12 of "Women's History Magazine" (#73)
 
H4470 "Making the Stones Speak: Orkney & Shetland Archeaeology in the Fiction of Naomi Mitchison & Margaret Elphinstone" (talk by Dr Simon Hall)
 
  OL 5 Dec 2013 A talk given as part of a Christmas Event organised by the Orkney Archaeological Society held at the St.Magnus Centre in Kirkwall.
 
H4500 "Crossroads and Coins: Naomi Mitchison's Travel Light" (article by Amal El-Mohtar)
See book A0970
 
  OL 1 Jan 2014 no print version - available online.
 
H4525 "Reading Between the Lines: The Politics of Authenticity in Naomi Mitchison's Vienna Diary" (book chapter by Rebecca Kirstein Harwood)
See book A0700
 
  OL Jul 2014 pp124-138 (Chapter 9) of Women, Travel Writing, and Truth (ed. Clare Broome Saunders) - pub. ENGLAND, London: Routledge - HB - 194pp
 
H4550 "Naomi Mitchison, Peaceable Transgressor" (article by Rob Hardy)
 
  OL Spring 2015 pp 40-52 of "New England Review" (v36.#1) - in the regular Literary Lives series of articles
 
H4580 "Masculine Reproduction in Virginia Woolf, Edith Bagnold, and Naomi Mitchison" (academic paper by Erin M Kingsley, University of Colorado)
 
  OL 4 Jun 2015 A paper read at the 25th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf held at Bloomsburg University, Pennsylvania from 4-7 Jun 2015.
 
H4590 "Virginia Woolf and Naomi Mitchison: A Study in Contrast" (academic paper by Lolly Ockerstrom, Park University, MO)
 
  OL 4 Jun 2015 A paper read at the 25th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf held at Bloomsburg University, Pennsylvania from 4-7 Jun 2015.
 
H4600 "Real and Not Real: Naomi Mitchison's Philosophy of the Historical Novel" (article by Rob Hardy)
 
  OL 15 Jun 2015 In "Readings: A Journal for Scholars and Readers" (v1.#2) - available here
 
H4625 " 'The Kind of Woman Who Talked to Basilisks': Travelling Light Through Naomi Mitchison's Landscape of the Imaginary" (paper by Nick Hubble)
 
  OL 8 Jul 2015 A paper read at the Locating Fantastika conference held at Lancaster University from 7-8 Jul 2015. The story and structure of Travel Light (book A0970) used to discuss some of NMM's other works.
 
H4675 "Past Revolutionary: Classical Antiquity as Political Laboratory in the Fiction of Naomi Mitchison" (talk)
 
  OL 2 Dec 2015 Talk given by Barbara Goff, Dept of Classics, University of Reading as part of the "Discover the Classics - Lunchtime Talks" series at the City Literary Institute, Holborn, London.
 
H4700 "Estrangement in the Historical Novel" (paper by Kate Macdonald)
 
  OL 27-8 Feb 2016 Paper read at the first Historical Fictions Research Network conference, 27-28 Feb 2016, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. It focusses especially on the works of NMM and Nicola Griffith.
 
H4750 "Century Notes" (editorial by 'The Unreliable Narrator')
 
  OL June 2016 Editorial to Issue #19 of "The Bottle Imp" - an ezine of the Scottish Writing Exhibition and is published by the Association for Scottish Literary Studies - available online here.
The following 6 articles H4751-H4756 all come from this same special Mitchison issue of the journal
 
H4751 "Naomi Mitchison and the Supernatural" (article by Moira Burgess)
 
  OL June 2016 In issue #19 of "The Bottle Imp" - available online here.
 
H4752 "Naomi Mitchison: Traveller and Storyteller" (article by Jenni Calder)
 
  OL June 2016 In issue #19 of "The Bottle Imp" - available online here.
 
H4753 "Encounters in the Fairy Hill" (article by Rob Hardy)
 
  OL June 2016 In issue #19 of "The Bottle Imp" - available online here.
 
H4754 " 'Advenutures to the Adventurous': Naomi Mitchison's Travel Narrative Mucking Around" (article by Helen Lloyd)
See book A0670
 
  OL June 2016 In issue #19 of "The Bottle Imp" - available online here.
 
H4755 "Naomi Mitchison's We Have Been Warned in Post-Referendum Scotland" (article by Anna McFarlane)
See book A1000
 
  OL June 2016 In issue #19 of "The Bottle Imp" - available online here.
 
H4756 "Different Strokes, Smokes, for Different Folks: Naomi Mitchison's Solution Three" (article by Anna McFarlane)
See book A0910
 
  OL June 2016 In issue #19 of "The Bottle Imp" - available online here.
 
H4765 " 'Solar Loyalties': The Utopian Ethics of Posthumanism in Naomi Mitchison's Memoirs of a Spacewoman" (academic paper by Sarah Lohmann)
 
  OL 27 Jun 2016 Paper read at the Current Research in Speculative Fiction conference held in Liverpool
 

 
    M.A. & Ph.D. Theses  
Several theses have been written wholly or partly studying the life and works of Naomi Mitchison.
Entries here are in date order, rather than the alphabetic order by title.

         
 
H6100 Naomi Mitchison's Treatment of the Historical Novel (thesis by Elsie J Corrigan)
 
  OL 1951 M.A. thesis - University of Toronto
 
H6300 History and myth in the modern English historical novel (thesis by Desiree Jury)
 
  OL 1978 Ph.D. thesis - University of Auckland, NZ - focuses on the work of the work of Naomi Mitchison (particularly The Corn King and the Spring Queen - book (A0280), Robert Graves, Alfred Duggan and Mary Renault
 
H6400 Possible worlds : the fiction of Naomi Mitchison (thesis by Donald A Smith)
 
  OL 1982 Ph.D. thesis - University of Edinburgh
 
H6500 Historical Representation in the Novels of Naomi Mitchison (1931-1935) (thesis by Jill Kathryn Benton)
 
  OL 1986 Ph.D. thesis - University of California, San Diego
 
H6600 Strategies for Survival: Fiction and Reality in British Women's Writing of the Second World War (thesis by Gillian Mary Plain)
 
  OL 1992 Ph.D. thesis - University of Newcastle
Chapter 5 of this thesis is entitled "Constructing the Future through the Past: Naomi Mitchison's Brave New World" and the thesis as a whole, possibly revised, was issued as Women's Fiction of the Second World War: Gender, Power and Resistance - see H2200 above
 
H6650 "The Riddle of Femininity": Re-Reading Psychoanalytical Perspectives on Femininity in Three Scottish Novels (thesis by Núria Augé Esteve)
 
  OL 1996 M.Litt. thesis - Aberdeen University - focuses on novels by NMM & Catherine Carswell
 
H6700 The art of peace : pacifism and women writers of the 1930s (thesis by Sylvia Vance)
 
  OL 1997 D.Phil. thesis - University of Oxford - focuses on "Virginia Woolf, Rose Macaulay, Storm Jameson, Naomi Mitchison and other women writers of the 1930s"
 
H6800 The image of the nation as a woman in twentieth century Scottish literature (thesis by Kirsten Stirling)
 
  OL 2001 Ph.D. thesis - University of Glasgow - focusing on the work of the work of Hugh MacDiarmid, Naomi Mitchison, Alasdair Gray.
In particular the poem "The Cleansing of the Knife" (C0400) and the book The Bull Calves (A0220) are analysed.
 
H6850 The Treatment of Gender in Twentieth-Century Scottish Women's Historical Fiction (thesis by Amanda J McLeod).
Focuses on books by NMM, Margaret Elphinstone and Sian Hayton.
 
  OL 2001 M.Lit. thesis - University of Glasgow
 
H6900 The pendulum is swinging backwards : gender, politics and modernity in the interwar writing of Winifred Holtby, Storm Jameson, Naomi Mitchison and Rebecca West (thesis by Ashlie Kristin Sponenberg)
 
  OL 2002 Ph.D. thesis - University of Liverpool
 
H6950 British Women Writers and the Public Sphere Between the Wars (thesis by Nattie Liliana Golubov)
See also the article (H3350) which appears to be a reprint of this, possibly reworked, as a journal paper.
 
  OL 2002 Ph.D. thesis - Queen Mary, University of London - focuses on Winifred Holtby, Storm Jameson, Naomi Mitchison and Rebecca West
 
H7000 Traces of Empire, Seeds of Desire. Africa and Women in the Novels of Naomi Mitchison (thesis by Sarah Shaw)
 
  OL 2002 Ph.D. thesis - Essex University
 
H7050 Held Together by Words: "The Bull Calves" and the Scottish Fiction of Naomi Mitchison. (thesis by Jennifer L Hamilton)
 
  OL 2004 Ph.D. thesis - University of Aberdeen - discusses, among others, The Bull Calves (A0220)
 
H7100 Witness to a century : the autobiographical writings of Naomi Mitchison (thesis by Helen Lloyd)
 
  OL 2005 Ph.D. thesis - University of Glasgow
Includes the previously unpublished poem "Is There Anything Left?" (C1035)
 
H7200 "Between the words of a song": supernatural and mythical elements in the Scottish fiction of Naomi Mitchison (thesis by Moira Burgess)
 
  OL 2006 Ph.D. thesis - University of Glasgow - the basis for the book Mitchison's Ghosts: Supernatural Elements in the Scottish Fiction of Naomi Mitchison
 
H7300 A Look into the Future Through the Eyes of Burdekin and Mitchison (thesis by Paula Fernanda Alves Gomes)
 
  OL 2009 M.A. thesis - University of Aviero, Portugal - original title Um Olhar Sobre o Futuro: A Visão de Burdekin e Mitchison
 
H7350 Radical Intimacies: Affective Potential and the Politics of Love in the Transatlantic Sex Reform Movement, 1900-1930 (thesis by Carla Christina Hustak)
 
  OL 2010 Ph.D. thesis - University of Toronto - includes discussion of several of NMM's work, including "Some Comment on the Use of Contraceptives by Intelligent Persons" (article E7025), Memoirs of a Spacewoman (book A0630) and Solution Three (book A0910)