Mike Huggins and the Richmond Burgage Pastures Committee, A Short History of Richmond Racecourse and its Grandstand (Richmond, 2021)
David, R., Grisethwaite, J., Huggins, M. Could do Better; Children at School 1870-l925 (Cumbria Archives, l990)
Dodd B. and Huggins M. Religion Around Us (Longman, 1989)
Chapters in books
Huggins M, ‘Holidays; The Development of the North East Holiday Resort’ in Leonard J. (ed.), Local History Experienced, pp 37-52, (Teesside Polytechnic, 1986).
Huggins M J, ‘Leisure and Sport in Middlesbrough 1830-1914’, in A J Pollard (ed.), Middlesbrough: Town and Community 1830-1914′, (Frank Sutton Press 1996).
Huggins, Mike, ‘Sport and the construction of identity in north-east England in the nineteenth century’, in N Kirk (ed.), Northern Identities: the Construction of Identity in Northern England from 1800 to the Present, (Ashgate Press, 2000).pp.132-162.
Huggins, Mike, ‘A Tranquil Transformation: Middle-class Racing Revolutionaries in Nineteenth Century England’, in J A Mangan (ed.), Reformers, Sport, Modernizers: Middle-Class Revolutionaries (Frank Cass, 2002).
Huggins, Mike, ‘Direct and Indirect Influence: J. A. Mangan and the Victorian Middle Classes’, in Scott Crawford (ed), Serious Sport (Frank Cass, 2004).
Huggins, Mike and Mangan, J.A. ‘Prologue: All Mere Compexities’, in Huggins, Mike and Mangan, J.A. (eds.) Disreputable Pleasures: Less Virtuous Victorians at Play, (Frank Cass, 2004), pp.ix-xx.
Huggins, Mike, ‘Cartoons and Comic Periodicals 1841-1901: A Satirical Sociology of Victorian Sporting Life’, in Huggins, Mike and Mangan, J.A. (eds.) Disreputable Pleasures: Less Virtuous Victorians at Play, (Frank Cass, 2004), pp.124-152.
Huggins, Mike and Mangan, J.A. ‘Epilogue’, in Huggins, Mike and Mangan, J.A. (eds.) Disreputable Pleasures: Less Virtuous Victorians at Play, (Frank Cass, 2004) pp. 204-210.
Huggins, Mike, ‘Ascot’, in Levinson, D and Christiansen, K (eds), Berkshire Encyclopaedia of World Sport (Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 2005), pp. 97-99.
Huggins, Mike, 2 x 1000 word articles on racehorse owners to the new Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).
Huggins, Mike, ‘Sport and the Middle Classes’, in Mangan, J.A. (ed.), A Sport-Loving Society: A Victorian and Edwardian Middle-Class England at Play (Frank Cass, 2005).
Huggins, Mike, ‘Racing and the Middle Classes’, in Mangan, J.A. (ed.), A Sport-Loving Society: A Victorian and Edwardian Middle-Class England at Play (Frank Cass, 2005).
Huggins, Mike, ‘Preface’, in J. A. Mangan and Colm Hickey, Soccer’s Missing Men: Schoolmasters and the Spread of Association Football (Routledge, 2008).
Mike Huggins, ‘The Sporting Gaze: Towards a Visual Turn in Sports History’ in Laurent Daniel (ed.) , L’Art et Le Sport: Actes du XII Colloque International Du CESH, 2007, pp. 115-132.
Mike Huggins, ‘Field Sports -British Isles’; ‘Polo-British Isles’; ‘Horseracing -British Isles; Hunting – British Isles’, Coursing -British Isles in John Nauright (ed) Sports around the World: History, Culture and Practice (ABC-CLIO 2012).
Mike Huggins, ‘Quantifying Leisure Trends: the Problems and possibilities of Census Data’, in Robert Snape and Helen Pussard eds, Recording Leisure Lives: Histories, Archives and Memories of Leisure in Twentieth Century Britain, Leisure Studies Association, 2009.
Mike Huggins and Mike O’Mahony, ‘Prologue: Extending study of the Visual in the History of Sport’, in Huggins and Mahony (eds) ), Sport and the Visual (Routledge, 2011).
Mike Huggins and Mike O’Mahony, ‘Epilogue’ in Huggins and Mahony (eds) ), Sport and the Visual (Routledge, 2011).
Mike Huggins and Keith Gregson, ‘Sports tourism in Cumbria’, in Walton and Wood (eds) The Making of a Cultural Landscape: the English Lake District as Tourist Destination, 1750-2010 (Ashgate, 2013) pp.181-200
Mike Huggins, ‘The North-West and Sport and Leisure History’, in Dave Day (ed) Leisure in History (MMU, 2013), pp. 19-40
Mike Huggins, Beyond the Curriculum; Changing British Strategies Towards PE and Sport for Young People Between 1945 and 2013. World Class Aims, Second Class Outcomes?’, in C.Faniopoulos and E.Albanidis, Sports in Education from Antiquity to Modern Times (Edessa: CESH, 2015), pp. 169-178
Mike Huggins, BBC Radio and Sport 1922-39, in Raymond Boyle (ed), Sport and Communication (Sage, 2016)
Mike Huggins, ‘Early Modern Sport’ in R. Edelman and W. Wison (eds), Oxford Handbook of Sport History (Oxford UP, 2017)
Mike Huggins, ‘Football and Gambling’, in John Hughson, Kevin Moore, Ramon Spaaij and Joseph Maguire (eds) Routledge Handbook of Football Studies (Routledge, 2017) pp.63-73
Mike Huggins ‘Towards a Neo-‘Athleticism’: Mangan, Masculinity and Schooling’, in Peter Horton (ed), Manufacturing Masculinity: The Mangan Oeuvre, Global Reflections on J.A. Mangan’s Studies of Masculinity, Imperialism anMd Militarism (Logos, Berlin, 2017), pp. 63-83.
Mike Huggins, ‘Match-Fixing: a Historical Perspective’, in Huggins and Rob Hess (eds), Match-fixing and Sport: Historical Perspectives (Routledge 2019)
Mike Huggins,Angling, in John Nauright and Sarah Zipp (eds) Routledge Handbook of Global Sport (2020), pp. 416-429.
Mike Huggins, ‘Proto-modernity and Sport in Britain‘, in Dave Day (ed) Playing Pasts (2020), pp. 1-19
Mike Huggins, ‘Introduction, in Huggins, (ed), A Cultural History of Sport in the Age of Industry (Bloomsbury 2021), pp. 1-32
Mike Huggins and Roberta Park, Inclusion, Exclusion and Segregation in Huggins (ed), A Cultural History of Sport in the Age of Industry (Bloomsbury 2021). pp.143-164
Mike Huggins, Kicking Off: Sport and Journalism in the 18th and 19th Centuries’, in Rob Steen, Jed Novick, Huw Richards and Anne Coddington (eds) Routledge Handbook of Sports Journalism 2021, pp. 23-32.
Huggins M, ‘The Battle of the Piers; Resort Rivalry and Pier Provision at Redcar and Coatham’, Journal of Regional & Local History, Vol 3 No 1, Summer 1983, pp. 83-98.
Huggins M, ‘Fashionable Watering Places or Popular Resorts?’ Journal of Regional & Local History, Vol 3 No 2, Winter 1983, pp 51-62.
Huggins M, ‘The Rise and Decline of the Seaside Resort of Seaton Carew: Part 1’, Durham County Local History Society, Vol 34, May 1985.
Huggins M, ‘The Rise and Decline of the Seaside Resort of Seaton Carew: Part 2’, Durham County Local History Society Vol 35, December 1985, pp 35-54.
Huggins M, ‘Stockton Race Week 1855-1900; The Growth of an Unofficial Holiday’, Journal of Regional and Local History, Vol 6 No 1, Spring 1986, pp 47-55.
Huggins M, ‘Social Tone and Resort Development in North East England’, Northern History Vol XX 1984 pp 187-206.
Huggins M, ‘Mingled Pleasure and Speculation; the Development of the Teesside Enclosed Courses’, The British Journal of Sports History, Vol 3, September 1986, pp. 158-172.
Huggins M, ‘Horse Racing on Teesside in the Nineteenth Century; Change and Continuity’, Northern History Vol XXIII 1987, pp 98-118.
Huggins M, ‘The Spread of Association Football in North East England; The Pattern of Diffusion’, The International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol 6, Dec. 1989, pp 299-318.
Huggins M, ‘Culture, Class & Respectability, Racing and the English Middle Classes in the 19th Century’, International Journal of History of Sport Vol 11, No 1, April 1994, pp. 19-41.
Huggins M, ‘The Middle Classes and Spectator Sport in Later 19th Century Co. Durham’, Durham County Local History Bulletin 50, May 1993 pp.88-97.
Huggins M, ‘Thoroughbred Breeding in the North & East Ridings of Yorkshire in the 19th Century’, Agricultural History Review Vol. 42 II, 1994, pp 115-125.
Huggins M J, ‘Nineteenth Century Racehorse Stables in their Social and Economic Context’, Rural History; Economy, Society and Culture, Vol. 7 No.2 (1996) pp 170-190
Huggins M J, ‘Lord Bentinck and the Jockey Club; Racing Morality in Mid-Nineteenth Century England’, International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 13, No 3 (1996), pp. 432-444. Reprinted in Sports History edited by Wray Vamplew and Mark Dyreson (London: SAGE Publications, 2016).
Huggins M J, ‘Sport and the English Seaside Resort 1800-1914’, International Journal of Maritime Studies, Vol. IX No.1 (1997) pp.213-232.
Durie A J and Huggins M J, ‘Sport, social tone and the seaside resorts of Great Britain 1850-1914’, International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol. 15 No 1 (1998), pp. 173-187
Gregson K and Huggins M J, ‘Sport, music hall culture and popular song in nineteenth century England’, Sport, Culture and Society Vol.2 No.2 (1999) pp.82-102
Huggins M.J, ‘More sinful pleasures? Leisure, respectability and the male middle classes in Victorian England’, Journal of Social History Vol.23, no.3 (2000) pp. 585-600.
Huggins M.J, ‘The first generation of street bookmakers in Victorian England Demonic fiends or ‘decent fellers’, Northern History Vol. XXXVI May 2000 pp. 129-145
Huggins M, ‘Second-class citizens? English middle-class leisure and sport 1850-1910: a reconsideration’, International Journal of the History of Sport Vol.17 No.1 2000 pp.1-35.
Huggins, M and Tolson, J, ‘Victorian sport and the railways: a reconsideration’, Journal of Transport Studies Vol. 23 January 2001, pp.23-45.
Huggins, M, ‘Peter McIntosh -Trail Blazer in the History of Sport’, International Journal of the History of Sport Vol. 18 No. 1 (2001), pp. 136-147.
Huggins, M, ‘Cumberland and Westmorland Wrestling c.1800-2000’, The Sports Historian Vol. 21 (2001), pp. 35-55.
Gregson K and Huggins, M, ‘The Media, Regional Culture and the Great North Run, Big Bren’s Human Race’, Sport in Society 4.2 (2001), pp. 31-48.
Huggins, M, ‘Athleticism in the Victorian and Edwardian Public School’, International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol 18 no.4 (2001), pp. 149-155.
Huggins, M, ‘Direct and Indirect Influence: J. A. Mangan and the Victorian Middle Classes’, International Journal of the History of Sport, Vol 20 No. 4 (2003) pp. 26-44.
Huggins, M, ‘Oop for the coop: Sporting Identity in Victorian Britain’, History Today, May 2005, pp. 55-61.
Huggins, M, ‘Researching the game’s past: football on the newsreels‘, Soccer History 12 (Summer 2005), pp.44-7.
Huggins, Mike, ‘Going to the dogs’, History Today, May 2006, pp. 31-5.
Huggins, M, ‘Projecting the visual: British newsreels, soccer and popular culture, 1918-1939’, International Journal of the History of Sport, 24, 1 (2007), pp.80-102.
Huggins, M, ‘And now, something for the ladies’: representations of women’s sport in the newsreels between the wars’, Women’s History Review 16, 5 (2007), pp. 681-700.
Huggins, M, ‘BBC radio and sport, 1922-1939’, Journal of Contemporary British History 21, 4 (2007), pp. 491-515.
Huggins, M, ‘Everybody’s going to the dogs? The middle classes and greyhound racing in Britain between the wars’, Journal of Sport History 34. 1 (2007), pp. 401-44.
Huggins, M, ‘Betting, Sport and the British 1918-1939’, Journal of Social History 30 (Winter 2007), pp. 283-306.
Huggins, M and Keith Gregson, ‘Wor Stars that Shine: Northern songs, Sporting Heroes and Regional Consciousness, c.1800-c.1880’, Northern History XLIV, 2 (September 2007), pp. 141-158.
Huggins, M, ‘Robert Anderson, the Bard of Cumbria’, Aethleon: The Sport Literature Journal Vol. XXV:2 Spring/Summer 2008.
Huggins, M, ‘Death, Memorialisation and the Victorian Sporting hero’, Local Historian, 38, 4 (November 2008), pp. 257-265.
Huggins, M, ‘Introduction – Sport and the Upper Classes in Britain, 1450-1950’, Sport in History 28, 3, September 2008, pp. 351-363.
Huggins, M, ‘Sport and the Upper Classes in Britain, c. 1500-1950 A historiographic overview’, Sport in History 28, 3, September 2008, pp. 364-388.
Huggins, M, ‘The Sporting Gaze: Towards a Visual Turn in Sports History – Documenting Art and Sport’, Journal of Sport History, 35, 2 Summer 2008, pp. 311-329.
Huggins, M, ‘The Manchester Betting World’, Manchester Regional History Review, 20, 2009, pp. 24-45.
Huggins, M, ‘The Proto-Globalisation of Horseracing, 1730-1900: Anglo-American Interconnections’ Sport in History July 2009, pp.367-391.
Huggins, M., ‘Reading the funeral rite: a cultural analysis of the funeral ceremonials and burial of selected leading sportsmen in Victorian England 1864-1888’, Journal of Sport History vol.38 no. 3 (2011) pp. 407-424
Huggins, M, ‘Sport and Identity in Cumbria 1800-1960’ in Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeological and Antiquarian Society TransactionsCW3, xi, 2011, pp.81-96
Huggins, M, ‘Sporting life in the rural margins of late eighteenth century England: the world of Robert Anderson, ‘the Cumberland Bard’ , Eighteenth Century Studies vol. 45, no. 2 (2012) Pp. 189–205
Huggins, M ‘Sources, methods and approaches to the local history of sport’ The Local Historian, 42, 2 (May 2012), 90-106
Huggins, M, ‘Manufacturing Masculinity’, Journal of Sport History, 39,1 (2012), 147-156.
Huggins, M, ‘Gone but not forgotten: sporting heroes, heritage and graveyard commemoration’, Rethinking History Vol. 16:4, 2012 pp. 1-17
Huggins, M. Sport, Betting, Anti-Semitism and English Jewry 1840-1939 International Journal of the History of Sport, 29,11, 2012 pp. 1529-1553
Ikeda, Keiko and Mike Huggins, Towards a Visual Turn, Japanese Journal of the History of Physical Education and Sport, 30, 2013 pp. 73-86.
Huggins, M, Sport policy and community sport in England in the twenty-first century: Changes, challenges and key themes, Japanese Journal of Lifelong Sport, 9, 1-2, 2013 pp.1-10,
Huggins, M. ‘Art, Horseracing and the ‘Sporting Gaze’ in Mid-Nineteenth Century England: William Powell Frith’s The Derby Day’, Sport in History, 33, 1, 2013 pp. 121-146.
Huggins, M. ‘Association Football, Betting and British Culture in the 1930s: The Strange Case of the 1936 ‘Pools War‘, Sport History Review 44,2 2013 pp. 99-119
Huggins, M, ‘Sport, history and Tourism: Current historiography and future prospects’ Journal of Tourism History 5, 2, 2013 pp. 107-131.
Huggins, M. and Gregson, K, ‘Ashbrooke Whit Sports, Sunderland and its records: a case study of amateurism and late Victorian and Edwardian athletic and cycling competition‘. International Journal of the History of Sport,31, 9, 2014, pp. 994-1011
Huggins, M, ‘O OLHAR ESPORTIVO: PARA UMA VIRADA VISUAL NA HISTÓRIA DO ESPORTE – DOCUMENTANDO ARTE E ESPORTE’, Recorde 7, 1, 2014, pp. 1-40
Huggins, M, ‘Sports gambling during the Second World War; a British entertainment for critical times or a national evil’, International Journal of the History of Sport 32,5, 2015 pp.667-683.
Huggins, M, ‘Racing Culture, Betting and Sporting Proto-Modernity: the 1750 Newmarket Carriage Match’, Journal of Sport History, 42, 3, 2015.
Huggins, M, ‘The visual in Sports History: approaches, methodologies and sources’ International Journal of the History of Sport, 23, 13, 2016, pp. 1813-1830.
Huggins, M, ‘Exploring the Backstage of Victorian Civilised Respectability’, Journal of Victorian Culture,22, 1,2017, pp.81-88.
Huggins, M. ‘The British Sporting Comic ‘For Boys’ in its ‘Golden Age’(c.1950-c. 1975): Sources and Themes’, European Studies in Sport History 2018 pp 75-100
Huggins, M. ‘Match-fixing: A Historical Perspective’ International Journal of the History of Sport October 2018, pp.123-141
Huggins, M. Cultural transfer, circulation and diffusion between Britain and Europe 1700-1880: the case of thoroughbred horse racing and breeding‘, International Journal of the History of Sport 36, 17-18, (2019), pp 1510-1530.
Huggins, M. ‘Associativity, Gambling and the Rise of Proto-modern British Sport, 1660-1800‘ , Journal of Sport History 47, 1 (2020), 1-17.
Huggins, M. Animals, humans and sport in eighteenth century England’, in @ https://www.playingpasts.co.uk/articles/the-great-outdoors/animals-humans-and-sport-in-eighteenth-century-england/
Huggins, M, Urbs in Rure; Race-grounds, Grandstands and the Commercialized Consumption of Urban Leisure 1750-1805‘ for Urban History 49, 1 (2022) 44-60.
Huggins, M, (with Keith Gregson) ‘Principles, Pragmatism and Pressure: The Rugby Union Clubs of North-East England 1895-1914′, Northern History 58, 1, 2021, pp. 109-128. https://doi.org/10.1080/0078172X.2020.1859866
Huggins, M, ‘Forms of Competition in Proto-modern Eighteenth-Century English Sport: A Tentative Typology‘, Sport in History 41: 1 (2021) pp. 469-495, https://doi.org/10.1080/17460263.2021.1915370
Huggins, M ‘A New Form of Modern Sport: The Beginnings of Lakeland Rock Climbing 1880-1914‘, Sports History Review, 2022
Huggins M. ‘Horse racing’ online site Digitens, 18th Century Sociability https://www.digitens.org/en/notices/horseracing.html
Huggina, M Umpires, referees, judges and stewards: Changing modes of judgement and arbitration in English sport 16o0-1900, International Journal of the History of Sport 2023/4
Huggins, M et al. ‘Teachers’ Centres: Their management and mission’, Teesside Polytechnic Occasional Paper, 1984.
Huggins, M and Paddle P, ‘Tensions in teaching in primary B.Ed. courses’, NAPTEC Vol. 1 No. 1, 1990 pp. 6-17.
David, R & Huggins, M, ‘Local History and the National Curriculum’, The Local Historian, Vol 21 No 3, August 1991, pp 126-131.
David, R & Huggins, M, ‘Evacuation: Fifty Years On’, Teaching History July 1989, pp 14-18.
Huggins M ‘Physical Education in changing times’, NAPTEC 5,3, 1994 pp. 27-35.
David, R & Huggins, M, ‘Local History in the National Curriculum’ Journal of Regional and Local History Vol 12, No 2, Winter 1992, pp 1-5
Huggins, M, ‘Science GCSEs for student teachers?’, Science Education Vol. 76, 1994, pp. 89-96.
Lea, S and Huggins, M, ‘Linking higher education, industry and school’, Industry and Higher Education Vol.8 No.2 1994 pp119-123.
Huggins, M, ‘Extending children’s reading through newspapers’, Reading Vol. 21 No 9 1995 pp34-38.
Huggins, M, ‘An analysis of the reasons for learning history given by children and teachers at KS2’, The Curriculum Journal Vol. 7 No.3 1996, pp307-321.
Huggins, M, ‘Helping primary pupils access archive material’, Teaching History Vol.87 1997 pp 31-6.
Huggins, M and Knight P, ‘Curriculum continuity and transfer from primary to secondary school, Educational Issues Vol. 23 No.3 1997, pp.333-348.
Huggins, M, ‘History: 1066 And all that! Pupil misconceptions’ in H. Cooper and R Hyland (eds.) Children’s Perceptions of Learning with Trainee Teachers (Routledge 1999) pp.85-93.
Huggins, M, ‘Crossing the key stages of Religious Education’, British Journal of Religious Education Vol. 24:2 (2002).
Huggins, M and Gregson, K, ‘At your leisure: designing enquiries to make students think about different interpretations of leisure’, Teaching History, 131. June 2008, pp. 42-3.
Huggins, Mike, ‘Beyond the Curriculum: Changing British Strategies Towards PE & Sport for Pupils from 5 to 16 between 1979 and 2010: World Class Aims, Second Class outcomes?’ , in Evangelos Albanidis and Christodoulos Faniopoulos Sports in Education from Antiquity to Modern Times, CESH Proceedings, Edessa, 2014, pp. 165-174