In Print

Edited and Authored Monographs (3):

Merrill, S. (2017) Networked Remembrance: Excavating Buried Memories in the Railways beneath London and Berlin, Peter Lang: Oxford [available for sale here].

Galviz, C. L. and Merrill, S. (eds.) (2013) Going Underground: New Perspectives, London: LTM, [available for sale here ].

Merrill, S. and Schmidt, L (eds.) (2010) A Reader in Uncomfortable Heritage and Dark Tourism, Cottbus: BTU Cottbus, [available for free here].

Edited Special Issue Journals (1):

Dennis, R., Galviz, C, L. and Merrill, S. (eds.), Special Issue: 150 years of the London Underground, The London Journal, 38 (3), [available with subscription here ].

Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals (8):

Merrill, S. (2017)  Beachten Sie die Lücken: Reviewing the Cultural Histories and Geographies of Public Transport in Berlin, Mobility in History, 8(1), pp. 77-84, [available with subscription here].

Merrill, S. (2015) ‘Identities in transit: the (re)connections and (re)brandings of Berlin’s municipal railway infrastructure after 1989, The Journal of Historical Geography, 50, pp.76-91,Doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2015.07.002, [available for free here].

Merrill, S. (2015) ‘Keeping it real? Subcultural graffiti, street art, heritage and authenticity’, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21(2), pp. 369-389, Doi: 10.1080/13527258.2014.934902, [available with subscription here].

Merrill, S. (2013) ‘The London Underground Diagram: Between Palimpsest and Canon’, The London Journal, 38 (3), pp. 245-264, Doi: 10.1179/0305803413Z.00000000033, [available with subscription here or in non-typeset form for free here].

Dennis, R., Galviz, C, L. and Merrill, S. (2013) ‘Introduction’, in Dennis, R., Galviz, C, L. and Merrill, S. (eds.), The London Journal, 38 (3), pp. 175-176, Doi: 10.1179/0305803413Z.00000000028, [available with subscription here  or in non-typeset form for free here].

Merrill, S. and Hack, H. (2013) ‘Exploring Hidden Narratives: Conscript Graffiti at the Former Military Base of Kummersdorf’, The Journal of Social Archaeology, 13 (1), pp. 101-121, Doi: 0.1177/1469605312455762, [available for free here].

Merrill, S. (2012) ‘Looking Forward to the Past: London Underground’s 150th Anniversary’, The Journal of Transport History, 33 (2), pp. 243-252. Doi: 10.7227/TJTH.33.2.6. [available with subscription here or in non-typeset form for free here].

Merrill, S. (2011), ‘Graffiti at Heritage Places: Vandalism as Cultural Significance or Conservation Sacrilege?’, Time and Mind, 4 (1), pp. 59-75. Doi: 10.2752/175169711X12893985693711. [available with subscription here].

Book Contributions (10):

Merrill, S. (2016) ‘Sinking Histories: Berlin’s S- and U-Bahn Tunnels’, in Dobraszczyk, P., Galviz, C.L., Garrett, B.L. (eds.) Global Undergrounds: Exploring Cities Within, Reaktion, pp. 89-91, [available for sale here].

Merrill, S. (2016) ‘Striving Underground: Stockholm’s Atomic Bomb Defences’, in Dobraszczyk, P., Galviz, C.L., Garrett, B.L. (eds.) Global Undergrounds: Exploring Cities Within, Reaktion, pp. 121-123, [available for sale here].

Merrill, S. (2016) ‘Insurgent Strongholds: The ‘Hidden City’ of Viengxay’, in Dobraszczyk, P., Galviz, C.L., Garrett, B.L. (eds.) Global Undergrounds: Exploring Cities Within, Reaktion, pp. 156-158, [available for sale here].

Merrill, S. (2016) ‘Negotiating the buried memories and myths of World War Two in the railways beneath London and Berlin’, in Reeves, K., Bird, G.R., James, L., Stichelbaut, B. and Bourgeois, J. (eds.) Battlefield Events: Landscape, Commemoration and Heritage, Routledge, pp. 200-216, [available for sale here].

Galviz, C, L. and Merrill, S. (2013) ‘Introduction’, in Galviz, C. L. and Merrill, S. (eds.) (2013) Going Underground: new perspectives, London: LTM, pp. 8-9. [available for sale here].

Merrill, S. (2013) ‘Frederick Abrams’ Underground Cathedral: journeys of artistic discovery in the undergrounds of the world’, in Galviz, C. L. and Merrill, S. (eds.) (2013) Going Underground: new  perspectives, London: LTM, pp. 82-91, [available for sale here].

Merrill, S. (2012) ‘World Heritage, Tourism and the Millennium Development Goals: From Sites to Systems’, in André de Rocha, A. (ed.) World Heritage Today: Challenges for Interpretation, Conservation and Development. Verlag Dr. Köster: Berlin, pp.161-183, [available for sale here].

Merrill, S. and Schmidt, L. (2010) ‘Introduction: Reading Dark Tourism and Uncomfortable Heritage’, in Merrill, S. and Schmidt, L (eds.) A Reader in Uncomfortable Heritage and Dark Tourism, Cottbus: BTU Cottbus, pp.4-6, [available for free here].

Merrill, S. (2010) ‘War, Terrorism and Disaster Beneath: The London Underground as a Traumascape’, in Merrill, S. and Schmidt, L (eds.) A Reader in Uncomfortable Heritage and Dark Tourism, Cottbus: BTU Cottbus, pp. 59-72, [available for free here].

Merrill, S. (2010) ‘Determining Darkness: The Influence of Function, Necessity and Scale on the Memorialisation of Sensitive Sites’, in in Merrill, S. and Schmidt, L (eds.) A Reader in Uncomfortable Heritage and Dark Tourism, Cottbus: BTU Cottbus, pp. 152-174, [available for free here].

Reviews in Peer-reviewed Journals (6):

Merrill, S. (2016) ‘Book Review: Cultural Memories of Nonviolent Struggles – Powerful Times, Media, Culture and Society,38(5), pp. 784-786 [available with subscription here].

Merrill, S. (2016) ‘Marek Tamm (ed.), Afterlife of Events: Perspectives on Mnemohistory, Cultural History, 5(1), pp. 109-111 [available with subscription here].

Merrill, S. and Jasper, S. (2014) ‘Was ist so Berlin? Eine kritische Rezension aktueller Linien und Fragestellungen der Stadtforschung in der deutschen Hauptstadt’, sub\urban zeitschrift für kritische stadtforschung, 2 (2), pp. 5-14 (Also available in English: ‘What is so Berlin? A critical review of urban research’s trajectories and issues in the German capital’), [available for free here].

Merrill, S. (2014) ‘London Underground: A Cultural Geography by David Ashford’, The Journal of Transport History, 35 (1), pp.134-136, [available with subscription here or in non-typeset form for free here].

Merrill, S. (2014) ‘New York’s Subterranean Paradoxes: A Review Of Subway’, Opticon1826, 16 (5), [available for free here].

Merrill, S. (2009) ‘Review of Ancient Hampi’, History Australia, 6 (3): pp. 80.1-80.2 [available with subscription here or in non-typeset form for free here].

Other Publications

Merrill, S., (2017) ‘Punching Nazis: What would indiana Jones do?‘, The Conversation Global, Available here.

Mould, O., and Merrill, S. (2016) ‘Can memorialisation be a form of urban protest?‘, Open Democracy UK, Available here.

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