Book

  • Hall, C. (2012). Macaulay and Son: Architects of Imperial Britain. London and New Haven Yale University Press. [Submitted]
  • Hall, C. M., McClelland, K. (2010). Race, Nation and Empire. Manchester Manchester University Press. [Submitted]
  • Hall, C., McClelland, K. (2010). Editor of: Race, nation and empire: making histories, 1750 to the present. (1st)Manchester Manchester Univ Pr.
  • Hall, C. (2006). At Home with the Empire. Metropolitan Culture and the Imperial World. Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • Hall, C. (2005). Writing Histories of Difference: new histories of nation and empire. Canberra Pandanus Books.
  • Hall, C. M. (2002). Civilising Subjects. Metropole and Colony in the English Imagination 1830-1867. Cambridge Polity.
  • Hall, C. M. (2002). Family Fortunes. Men and Women of the English Middle Class 1780-1850. (2nd re)London Routledge.
  • Hall, C., McClelland, K., Rendall, J. (2000). Defining the Victorian Nation. Class, Race, Gender and the Reform Act of 1867. Cambridge CUP.
  • Book Chapter

  • Hall, C. M. (2011). Thomas Babington Macaulay: a liberal historian? In Vernon, J., Gunn, S. (Eds.). The peculiarities of liberal modernity in imperial Britain (1st ed. pp.19-36). Berkeley University of California Press.
  • Hall, C. (2010). Writing history, writing a nation: Harriet Martineau's History of the Peace. In Kaplan, K., Dalzainis, E. (Eds.). Harriet Martineau ( ). Manchester Manchester University Press.
  • Hall, C. (2008). An Empire of God or of Man: the Macaulays father and son. In Carey, H. M. (Ed.). Empire of Religion ( pp.64-83). Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hall, C. (2006). Commentary. In Stoler, A. L. (Ed.). Haunted by Empire: Race and Colonial Intimacies in North American History ( pp.452-468). Durham Duke University Press.
  • Hall, C. (2006). Introduction. In Hall, C., Rose, S. O. (Eds.). At Home with the Empire. Metropolitan Culture and the Imperial World ( pp.1-31). Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • Hall, C. M. (2006). At Home with History: Macaulay and the History of England. In Hall, C., Rose, S. O. (Eds.). At Home with the Empire. Metropolitan Culture and the Imperial World ( pp.32-52). Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • Hall, C. M. (2006). Imperial Careering at Home: Harriet Martineau on Empire. In Lambert, A., Lester, A. (Eds.). Colonial Lives Across the British Empire. Imperial Careering in the Long Nineteenth Century ( pp.335-359). Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • Hall, C. (2004). Un Impero multicultare? Questione di generi nell'imperialismo britannico. In Curti, L., Carotenuto, S., de Meo, A., Marinelli, S. (Eds.). La Nuova Shahrazad. Donne e multiculturalismo ( pp.55-70). Naples Liguori Editore.
  • Hall, C. M. (2004). Of Gender and Empire: reflections on the nineteenth century. In Levine, P. (Ed.). Gender and Empire ( pp.46-76). Oxford Oxford University Press.
  • Hall, C. (2003). What is a West Indian? In Schwarz, W. (Ed.). West Indian Intellectuals in Britain ( pp.31-50). Manchester Manchester University Press.
  • Hall, C. (2000). Introduction - 'Thinking the postcolonial, thinking the empire'. In Hall, C. (Ed.). Cultures of Empire: A Reader. Colonizers in Britain and the Empire in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries ( pp.1-33). Manchester Manchester University Press.
  • Hall, C. (2000). The Rule of Difference: Gender, Class and Empire in the Making of the 1832 Reform Act. In Hall, C., Blom, I., Hagemann, K. (Eds.). Gendered Nations. Nationalisms and Gender Order in the Long Nineteenth Century ( pp.107-137). Oxford Berg.
  • Hall, C. (1999). Extract from 'An Imperial Man in Australasia and the West Indies'. In Conklin, A. L., Fletcher, I. C. (Eds.). European Imperialism 1830-1930. Climax and Contradiction (1 ed. pp.100-110). Boston/New York Houghton Mifflin.
  • Hall, C. (1999). The tale of Samuel and Jemima. In Shiach, M. (Ed.). Feminism and Cultural Studies (1 ed. pp.174-199). Oxford Oxford University Press.
  • Hall, C. (1998). A Family for Nation and Empire. In Lewis, G. (Ed.). Forming Nation, Framing Welfare ( pp.9-47). London Routledge.
  • Hall, C. (1998). A Jamaica of the Mind. In Swanson, R. (Ed.). Studies in Church History. Gender and Christian Religion ( pp.362-390). Woodbridge Ecclesiastical History Society.
  • Hall, C. (1998). Turning a Blind Eye: Memories of Empire. In Fara, P., Patterson, K. (Eds.). Memory ( pp.27-46). Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • Hall, C. (1998). William Knibb and the Constitution of the New Black Peoples 1600-1850. In Daunton, M., Halpern, R. (Eds.). Empire and Others. British Encounters with Indigenous Peoples 1600-1850 ( pp.303-324). London University College Press.
  • Hall, C. Britain 2007: problematising histories. In Kaplan, C., Oldfield, J. (Eds.). Imagining transatlantic slavery ( pp.191-201). Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Conference

  • Hall, C. (2009). Macaulay's Nation. VICTORIAN STUDIES. ( Vol. 51 pp.505-523). INDIANA UNIV PRESS.
  • Journal Article

  • Hall, C. (2014). Exploring European slave-ownership. European Journal of Women's Studies 21(1), 117-119 doi:10.1177/1350506813509551.
  • Hall, C. (2011). Feature: Modern British history: The state of modern British history. History Workshop Journal 72(1), 204-210
  • Hall, C. (2011). Playing in the Dark ... and racing Englishness. EUR J WOMENS STUD 18(1), 87-90 doi:10.1177/1350506810386431.
  • Hall, C. (2011). The State of Modern British History. HIST WORKSHOP J (72), 205-211 doi:10.1093/hwj/dbr031.
  • Hall, C. M. (2011). The state of British history. History Workshop Journal , 205-211
  • Hall, C. (2009). Macaulay's nation. Victorian Studies 51(3), 505-523
  • Hall, C. (2008). Making colonial subjects: education in the age of empire. History of Education 37(6), 773-787
  • Hall, C. (2008). Moral capital: Foundations of British abolitionism. J INTERDISCIPL HIST 38(3), 448-449
  • Hall, C. (2008). The forging of races: Race and scripture in the Protestant Atlantic world, 1600-2000. AM HIST REV 113(2), 458-459
  • Hall, C. (2007). Missions and Empire. ENGL HIST REV 122(499), 1436-1438 doi:10.1093/ehr/cem338.
  • Hall, C. (2006). White creole culture, politics and identity during the age of abolition. J HIST GEOGR 32(3), 667-669
  • Hall, C. (2005). Blood ground. Colonialism, missions, and the contest for Christianity in the Cape Colony and Britain. J S AFR STUD 31(1), 229-230 doi:10.1080/03057070500035992.
  • Hall, C. (Ed.) (2004). Edward Said. History Workshop Journal 57, 235-243
  • Hall, C. (Ed.) (2004). Response to the roundtable on Civilising Subjects. Journal of Victorian Culture 9(2), 253-258
  • Hall, C. (2004). Orientalism and race: Aryanism in the British Empire. J MOD HIST 76(2), 437-439
  • Hall, C. (Ed.) (2003). Narratives of Empire: a reply to critics. Roundtable on Civilizing Subjects. Small Axe 14, 168-178
  • Hall, C. (Ed.) (2003). Response to Roundtable on Civilizing Subjects. Journal of British Studies 42(4), 530-538
  • Hall, C. (Ed.) (2003). The lords of humankind re-visited. Bulletin of SOAS 66(3), 472-485
  • Hall, C. (2003). A response to the commentators. J BRIT STUD 42(4), 530-538
  • Hall, C. (2003). Religion and Politics in Modern Britain. The Historical Journal 46(2), 463-470 doi:10.1017/S0018246X03003029. Publisher URL
  • Hall, C. (2002). Imperial networks: Creating identities in nineteenth- century South Africa and Britain. J HIST GEOGR 28(4), 625-626 doi:10.1006/jhge.2002.0498.
  • Hall, C. (2001). Cities of empire. J URBAN HIST 27(2), 193-199
  • Hall, C. (2001). Men and their histories: Civilizing subjects. HIST WORKSHOP J (52), 49-66
  • Hall, C. M. Troubling memories: Nineteenth-century histories of the slave trade and slavery. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 6 series XXI(2012), 147-170