- What were British cultural and political views of Italy once the Italian state had been created
- How did British women memorialise the Risorgimento?
- What traces can you find of British connections with the Risorgimento in Britain and in Italy?
Jessie White Mario, 'Misery, Discontent and Agitation in Italy', The Nation, 25 February 1886
Jessie White Mario, 'Mazzini's Early Letters', The Nation, 24 February 1898
Diana Moore, Revolutionary Domesticity in the Italian Risorgimento: Transnational Victorian Feminism, chapter 7
Marcella Pellegrino Sutcliffe, ‘Marketing ‘Garibaldi panoramas’ in Britain (1860–1864)’, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 18.2 (2013)
Marcella Pellegrino Sutcliffe, ‘Mazzini's Transnational Legacy amongst British Co-operators (c.1885-1949)’, Labour History Review, 77.3 (2012)
Lucy Turner Voakes, ‘The Risorgimento and English literary history, 1867-1911 : the liberal heroism of Trevelyan's Garibaldi’, Modern Italy, 15.4 (2010)
O. J. Wright, 'Conforming to the British Model? ‘Official’ British Perspectives on the New Italy' in Nick Carter (ed.), Britain, Ireland and the Italian Risorgimento
Garibaldi's Biscuits by Ralph Steadman