Phillips, Helen 2008a
Phillips, Helen, ed. Bandit Territories: British Outlaw Traditions. Edited by Helen Phillips. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008. xiii, 283 pp. ISBN 978-0-7083-1985-7. Hardback.
- pp. 1-23: Phillips, Helen. 'Bandit Territories and Good Outlaws'
- pp. 24-43: Hahn, Thomas; Knight, Stephen. "'Exempt me, Sire, for I am afeard of women': Gendering Robin Hood"
- pp. 44-57: Blamires, David. 'Maid Marian in Twentieth-century children's books'
- pp. 58-72: Price, Adrian. 'Welsh Bandits'
- pp. 73-98: Burgess, Glyn. 'Fouke Fitz Waryn III and King John: Good Outlaw and Bad King'
- pp. 99-118: Knight, Stephen. 'Rabbie Hood: The Development of the English Outlaw Myth in Scotland'
- pp. 119-42: Phillips, Helen. 'Scott and the Outlaws'
- pp. 143-66: Smith, Marcus A.J.; Wasserman, Julian N. 'Sketches by a Green Crayon: Washington Irving, Robin Hood and the Emerging American Frontier'
- pp. 167-95: Richards, Jeffrey. 'Robin Hood, King Arthur and Cold War Chivalry'
- pp. 196-216: Blunk, Laura. 'And for the best supporting hero ... Little John'
- pp. 217-32: Wright, Allan W. "'Begone, knave! Robbery is out of fashion hereabouts!' Robin Hood and the Comics Code'
- pp. 233-55: Benyon, John. 'Robin Hood is alive and well in Cityton Prison'