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Conlin, Jonathan, Albergaria, Rita and Ohangullari, Erman (2014) More than Mr. 5%: the early life of Calouste Gulbenkian. Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, PT.
Bretherton, David, Smith, Daniel Alexander, schraefel, mc, Polfreman, Richard, Everist, Mark, Brooks, Jeanice and Lambert, Joe (2010) The "musicSpace" Project: orchestrating musicological metadata. International Association of Music Libraries Congress IAML, Moscow, RU, 27 Jun - 02 Jul 2010.
Brooks, M. M. (2003) Forgotten fibres: fibres from unusual sources. In, Crossroads of Fashion and Textiles ICOM Costume Committee, Krakow, Poland, 28 Sep - 03 Oct 2003. ICOM Costume Committee. (Submitted).
Brooks, M.M. (2004) English Embroideries of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries in the collection of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK, Ashmolean Museum in conjunction with Jonathan Horne Publications, 96pp.
Brooks, M.M. (2004) Curious Works. English Sixteenth and Seventeenth century Embroidery, Oxford, The Ashmolean Museum of Art / Jonathan Horne Publications, 96pp.
Brooks, M.M. (2005) Soya bean fibres: past, present and future. In, Blackburn, R.S. (ed.) Biodegradable and Sustainable Fibres. Cambridge, UK, Woodhead Publishing, 398-440. (Woodhead Publishing in Textiles).
Brooks, M.M. and O'Connor, S. (2004) Revealing the hidden: the X-radiography of textiles. NPO (e-journal), 1, (2)
Brooks, M.M. and O'Connor, S.A. (2005) Making the invisible visible: the potential of X-radiography as an investigative technique for textile conservation decision-making. In, VERGER, ISABELLE (ed.) Preprints, International Council of Museums Committee for Conservation 14th Triennial Meeting The Hague. London, UK, James & James, 954-962.
Brooks, M.M. and O'Connor, S.A. (2007) X-radiography of Textiles, Dress and Related Objects, Oxford, UK, Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann, 360pp. (Butterworth-Heinemann conservation series).
Brooks, M.M. and O'Connor, Sonia A (2007) Looking into the past: the potential of x-radiography as an investigative technique for archaeological and ethnographic textiles. In, Cortes, Emilia and Thomassen-Krauss, Suzanne (eds.) Recovering the Past: the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Textiles. Congreso de Conservacion de Textiles de America del Norte 2005 USA, North American Textile Conservation Committee(NATCC), 87-97.
Brooks, M.M. and Rose, M. (2006) Contextualising textiles : using documentary evidence to retrieve evidence for regenerated protein fibres. In, Townsend, J (ed.) The Object in Context: Crossing Conservation Boundaries. The 21st IIC International Congress: the Object in Context: Crossing Conservation Boundaries London, UK, International Institute for Conservation, 1-7.
Brooks, Mary and Eastop, Dinah (2007) Integrating curation and conservation – recent developments at the Textile Conservation Centre. Context: Dress, Fashion, Textiles (The New Zealand Costume & Textile Journal), 12, 19-20.
Brooks, Mary and Rumsey, Claire (2006) The Body in the Museum. In, Cassman, Vicki, Odegaard, Nancy and Powell, Joseph (eds.) Human Remains: Guide for Museums and Academic Institutions. Lanham, USA, Altamira Press, 261-289.
Brooks, Mary M. (2006) Forgotten fibres : issues in the collecting and conservation of regenerated protein fibres. In, Rogerson, C. and Garside, P. (eds.) The Future of the Twentieth Century: Collecting, Interpreting and Conserving Modern Materials. AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies: The future of the twentieth century - collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials London, UK, Archetype, 33-40.
Brooks, Mary M. and Eastop, Dinah (2006) Matter out of place: paradigms for analyzing textile cleaning. Journal of the American Institute of Conservation, 45, (3), 171-181. (0197-1360).
Conlin, Jonathan (2006) The nation's mantelpiece: the history of the National Gallery, London, UK, Pallas Athene, 576pp.
Eastop, D. (2006) Conservation as Material Culture. In, Tilley, C., Keane, W., Kuechler, S., Rowlands, M. and Spyer, P. (eds.) The Handbook of Material Culture. London, UK, Sage Publications, 516-533.
Garside, P. and Brooks, M.M. (2006) Probing the microstructure of protein and polyamide fibres. In, Garside, P. and Rogerson, C. (eds.) The Future of the Twentieth Century: Collecting, Interpreting and Conserving Modern Materials. AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies: The future of the twentieth century - collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials London, UK, Archetype, 67-71.
Gill, Kathryn (2004) The development of upholstery conservation as a practice of investigation, interpretation and preservation. Reviews in Conservation: The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 5, 3-22.
Hamilakis, Y. (2012) Are we postcolonial yet? Tales from the battlefield. Archaeologies: The Journal of the World Archaeological Congress, 8, (1), 67-76. (doi:10.1007/s11759-012-9200-5).
Luxford, Naomi (2009) Reducing the risk of open display: optimising the preventive conservation of historic silks. University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, Doctoral Thesis , 409pp.
Perry, L.A. (2002) Making a modern museum: experience, interpretation, and the National Portrait Gallery in the new millennium. Visual Culture in Britain, 3, (2), 1-16.
Smith, Amy, Fuchs, Brian and Isaksen, Leif (2008) VLMA: a tool for creating, annotating and sharing virtual museum collections. Digital Medievalist, 4
Vlachantoni, Athina, Shaw, Richard, Evandrou, Maria and Falkingham, Jane (2015) The determinants of receiving social care in later life in England. Ageing and Society, 35, 321-345. (doi:10.1017/S0144686X1300072X).
Wilkinson, Peter J. and Coleman, Peter G. (2010) Strong beliefs and coping in old age: a case-based comparison of atheism and religious faith. Ageing and Society, 30, (02), 337-361. (doi:10.1017/S0144686X09990353).
Wilson, Deborah and Birks, David (2011) The development of the KubeMatrix™ as a mobile app for market research online communities. In, Shifting the Boundaries of Research, Bristol, GB, 13pp.