- The Hispanic Liverpool Project. A digital community project that explores the local and global networks of trade, commerce, migration, travel, tourism, politics and culture connecting the English port city of Liverpool with the Luso-Hispanic world during the long nineteenth century. Includes the Hispanic Liverpool Community Collection, an open-access digital archive that showcases the stories, images and memories of Liverpool's Hispanic communities.
- The Edwardians and the Making of a Modern Spanish Obsession. A single-authored book that traces the extraordinary transformation in British knowledge about Spain between the tercentenary of the Spanish Armada in 1888 and the end of World War I.
- A Cultural History of Modern Spanish Literature. Co-authored book with Elena Delgado, Jo Labanyi, Helena Buffery, and María José Olaziregi, which explores the dynamic and complex relationship of literary phenomena, institutions and cultural processes of different periods from the early eighteenth century to the present day.
- Beyond the Black Legend: Spain through British Eyes, 1898-1936. Conference at the British Library, Friday 30 May 2014.
- Mobile Memories & Lost Communities. Community digital history project, in collaboration with FACT, Tenantspin and Rotunda Community College in Liverpool, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund All Our Stories programme.
- The Atlantis Project: Women and Words in Spain, 1890-1936. A digital project that aims to track down, recover, collect and analyse bio-bibliographical information about women writers in Spain during the first decades of the twentieth century. Currently contains bio-bibliographical information about some 500 women. Now incorporated into the Biblioteca Digital "Mnemosine", hosted at Universidad Complutense de Madrid.