Bradshaw, C. (2018) Fifty years after he helped to keep Indianapolis from burning, Bobby Kennedy reminds us that justice and unity are possible, Made by History Series, The Washington Post.
Bradshaw, C. (2018) What Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign can teach Democrats for 2020, Made by History Series, The Washington Post.
Bradshaw, C. (2018) An Investigation into Gender Imbalance in Academic Careers Scholars Press.
O’Donnell, V.L., Tobbell, J., Bradshaw, C. and Richmond, E. (2012), “Participation in inclusive learning and teaching practices in higher education: a qualitative study of academic staff identity and change”, International Journal of Technology and Inclusive Education, Vol. 1 No. 2, pp. 70-78.
Bradshaw, C. and Leith, M. (2018) An Unforeseen Result of Trumpism: Are we seeing the (re)rise of the Democratic-Socialist left in contemporary America? A paper for the 68th PSA Annual International Conference.
Bradshaw, C. (2013) Strained Relations: A paper for the 2013 BAAS Annual Conference Panel - 1963 and Contemporary American Liberalism.
Bradshaw, C. (2012) The Well-Oiled Kennedy Electoral Machine: Reality or Myth? A paper for the PSA American Politics Group Conference.
Bradshaw, C. (2011) The Decision to Run: Why Did RFK Wait? A paper for the PSA American Politics Group/Rothermere Institute, University of Oxford, Conference.
Bradshaw, C. (2011) The Effect of Protest on Political Rhetoric in 1960’s America: from Eisenhower to RFK. A paper for the Postgraduate Conference, University of Leeds.