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Aldred, Danny. (2009) Divisions of joy and comedy. In, Kessels, Eric., Herms, Ralf., Graves, Paul. and Polan, Jason. (eds.) Very funny! Rosebud No. 7. , UK, Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, 358-369.

Appignanesi, Josh and Baum, Devorah (2006) Ex-Memoria: filming the face. Third Text, 20, (1), 85-97. (doi:10.1080/09528820500472530).

Armitage, John (2013) The face of the figureless: aesthetics, sacred humanism, and the accident of art. In, Virilio and Visual Culture. Edinburgh, GB, Edinburgh University Press, 156-179. (Critical Connections).

Arnold, Dana (2004) Art history: a very short introduction, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press


Barber, C.L. (2004) The art of alliance. At talk at the Hove Museum and Art Gallery, Hove, Sussex, UK, 06 May 2004. (Submitted).

Beale, Nicole, Beale, Gareth, Dawson, Ian and Minkin, Louisa (2013) Making digital: Visual approaches to the digital humanities. In, EVA 2013: Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, London, GB, 29 - 31 Jul 2013. BCS, 240-247.

Beltran Lahoz, Pilar (2009) The fiction of reality: confinement and displacement, an introduction to research. University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, Doctoral Thesis , 122pp.

Berge, Kjetil (2006) A Bailar.

Bergfelder, Tim (2004) Popular genres and cultural legitimacy: Fassbinder's Lola and the legacy of 1950s West German cinema. Screen, 45, (1), 21-39.

Bould, P. A and Mitchell, B, Mitchell Bould (2005) Site works, Winchester, The Winchester Gallery

Bould, Patricia and Mitchell, Belinda (2004) Drawing in the built form. Osborne School, Winchester, UK.

Bould, Patricia and Mitchell, Belinda (2004) Site works. Winchester Gallery, Winchester, UK. Hampshire County Council, Winchester, UK. School of Architecture, Portsmouth University, Portsmouth, UK.

Bould, Patricia, Mitchell, Belinda and Harper, Colin (2005) Drawing spaces. Hartley Library, Southampton, UK.

Bould, T., Knox-Williams, C. and Oldridge, K. (2010) Drawing out (Melbourne) Concrete geometries: spatial form in social and aesthetic processes (London). In, , Melbourne, AU, London, GB, 07 - 09 Apr 2010. 13pp.

Bould, T., Oldridge, K and Knox-Williams, C (2009) Between place, performance and score: drawing on the archive. In, Harland, E.J. (ed.) Winchester School of Art Research Anthology. Winchester, GB, The Winchester Gallery Press, 14-21.

Bould, Trish and Oldridge, Kathy (2008) Thinking as drawing. In, Memory and Touch: an exploration of textural communication , University of the Ceative Arts Epsom, UK, 10pp.

Brickell, Katherine and Garrett, Bradley L. (2013) Geography, film and exploration: women and amateur filmmaking in the Himalayas. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 38, (1), 7-11. (doi:10.1111/j.1475-5661.2012.00505.x).

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.

Buser, MIchael, Roe, Emma and Dinnie, Elizabeth (2014) Foodscapes: bank, bake, grow, eat, talk, share. Executive summary. Cardiff, GB, Foodscapes, 2pp.


Cameron, Allen and Cubitt, Sean (2009) Chapter 7. Infernal affairs and the ethics of complex narrative. In, Buckland, Warren (ed.) Puzzle Films: Complex Narratives in Contemporary World Cinema. London, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 151-166. (doi:10.1002/9781444305708.ch7).

Campmas, Aude (2013) Exposition et reconnaissance de la femme-fleur dans La Curée: variations sur les tableaux vivants, mise en scène de la stérilité. In, Moran, Claire (ed.) The Art of Theatre. New York, US, Peter Lang, 165-182.

Conlin, Jonathan (2009) A civilisation for America: the art museum, public broadcasting and cultural segregation, 1968-1974. In, Back to Civilisation: Kenneth Clark's television landmark at 40, Washington, US, 17 - 18 Oct 2009.

Conlin, Jonathan (2006) Vauxhall revisited: the afterlife of a London Pleasure Garden, 1770-1859. Journal of British Studies, 45, (4), 718-743. (doi:10.1086/505955).

Cook, Pam (2007) An American in Paris (1951). In, Merck, Mandy (ed.) America First: Naming the Nation in US Film. Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 105-122.

Cook, Pam (2007) Authorship and cinema. In, Cook, Pam (ed.) The Cinema Book 3rd Edition. London, UK, British Film Institute, 385-483.

Cook, Pam (2002) I know where I'm going!, London, UK, British Film Institute, 80pp. (BFI Film Classics).

Cook, Pam (2009) On memorialising Gainsborough Studios. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 6, (2), 249-255. (doi:10.3366/E1743452109000910).

Cook, Pam (2005) Screening the past: memory and nostalgia in cinema, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 264pp.

Cook, Pam (2010) Sofia Coppola. In, Tasker, Yvonne (ed.) Fifty Contemporary Film Directors. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 126-133. (Routledge Key Guides).

Cook, Pam (2010) Transnational utopias: Baz Luhrmann and Australian cinema. Transnational Cinemas, 1, (1), 23-36. (doi:10.1386/trac.1.1.23/1).

Cook, Pam (2008) Whatever happened to BFI Publishing? Cinema Journal, 47, (4), 140-147.

Cook, Pamela (2014) 'Sweetie'. Metro Magazine, 181, Winter Issue, 100-109.

Cubitt, S. (2011) The latent image. The International Journal of The Image, 1, (2), 27-38.

Cubitt, Sean (2011) Audiovisionaries of the Network Planet. In, Globalization and Contemporary Art. Chichester, GB, Blackwell, 225-236.

Cubitt, Sean (2008) Codecs and capability. In, Lovink, Geert and Niederer, Sabine (eds.) Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube. Amsterdam, NL, Institute of Network Cultures, 45-52. (INC Readers, 5).

Cubitt, Sean (2011) Current screens. In, Grau, Oliver and Veigl, Thomas (eds.) Imagery in the 21st Century. , USA, MIT Press, 21-35.

Cubitt, Sean (2008) For a history of black. Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture, 5, (1)

Cubitt, Sean (2010) Making space. Senses of Cinema, 57

Cubitt, Sean (2008) Observations on the history and uses of animation occasioned by the exhibition Eyes Lies and Illusions selected from works in the Werner Nekes collection. Animation: An interdisciplinary journal, 3, (1), 49-65. (doi:10.1177/1746847708088735).

Cubitt, Sean (2008) Realising Middle-earth: Production design and film technology. In, Margolis, Harriet, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press, 185-191.

Cubitt, Sean (2010) The sound of sunlight. Screen, 51, (2), Summer Issue, 118-128. (doi:10.1093/screen/hjq005).

Cubitt, Sean (2009) The supernatural in neo-Baroque Hollywood. In, Buckland, Warren (ed.) Film Theory & Contemporary Hollywood Movies. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 47-65. (American Film Institute Film Readers).

Cubitt, Sean and King, Barry (2008) Dossier: corporations, lawyers, small domestic economies, technology, and profits. In, Margolis, Harrier, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings,. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press.

Cubitt, Sean, Palmer, Daniel and Walkling, Les (2012) Reflections on medium specificity occasioned by the symposium 'Digital Light: Technique, Technology, Creation', Melbourne, 2011. Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ), 1, (1), 37-49. (doi:10.1386/miraj.1.1.37_1).

Cubitt, Sean and Partridge, Stephen (2012) Rewind: British artists' video of the 1970s and 1980s, John Libbey, 234pp. (In Press).


D'Souza, Robert (2012) I'm OK You're OK, Winchester, UK, Winchester Gallery

D'Souza, Robert (2007) Resist India. Changshu Museum, Changshu, China.

Daniel, M. (2003) Emptiness, technology and the aesthetics of contemporary art. Artist, 232-235.

Daniel, M., The Video Art Foundation (2003) The man with the movie camera. In, 25 hrs. Spain, The Video Art Foundation, 36-51.

Davis, August (2012) Martha Rosler's fighting legions: semiotics of the kitchen (1975/2003) - performance and the (video) document. In, Harris, Jonathan (ed.) Dead History, Live Art? Spectacle, Subjectivity and Subversion in Visual Culture since the 1960s. Chicago Ridge, US, University of Chicago Press, 209-239. (Tate Liverpool Critical Forum).

Davis, August Jordan (2013) Aesthetics and relations of debate and history. Cultural Politics an International Journal (In Press).

Deebi, Aissa, Iwasaki, Hitomi, Strauss, David, Finkelpearl, Tom and Francis, Luis H. (2004) Queens International 2004. Queens International, Queens Museum of Art, New York, USA.

Dimitrakaki, A. (2004) Gothic Public Art and the Failures of Democracy: Reflections on 'House', Interpretation and the 'Political Unconscious'. In, Townsend, C. (ed.) The Art of Rachel Whiteread. London, UK, Thames and Hudson, 107-127.

Dimitrakaki, Angela and Tsiantis, M.S. (2002) Terminators, monkeys and mass culture: The carnival of time in science fiction films. Time & Society, 11, (2/3), 209-231.

Dirix, Emmanuelle (2010) “We would like to offer our sincere apologies” Or the commodification of Non-Western religious iconography by Western fashion designers. In, Devout/Divine - Fashion vs. Religion. Hasselt, BE, . (In Press).

Dirix, Emmanuelle, Bownes, David, Green, Oliver, Black, Jonathan, Powers, Alan and Lewis, Bex (2008) Fashioning the tube. In, London Transport Posters: a Century of Art and Design. Surrey, County of, GB, Lund Humphries, 130-145.

Dirix, Emmanuelle and Pieters, Bruno (2011) The rule of fashion- the stories of the little black dress. In, Futiel Textiel. Antwerp, BE, Houtekiet .

Donnelly, K.J. (2006) Angel of the air: Popol Vuh’s music for Werner Herzog’s films. In, Mera, Miguel and Burnand, David (eds.) European Film Music. Aldershot, GB, Ashgate, 116-130.

Donnelly, K.J. (1998) Chapter 9. The classical film score forever? Batman, Batman Returns and post-classical film music. In, Neale, Steve and Smith, Murray (eds.) Contemporary Hollywood Cinema. London, GB, New York City, US, Routledge, 142-155.

Donnelly, K.J. (2011) Extending Visual Aesthetics: Audio Beyond Visuals. In, Gorbman, Claudia, Richardson, John and Vernallis, Carol (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of New Audiovisual Aesthetics. Oxford, UK, New York, USA, Oxford University Press. (In Press).

Donnelly, K.J. (2001) Pop music in British cinema, London, GB, British Film Institute, 274pp.

Donnelly, K.J. (2005) 'Troubles tourism': the terrorism theme park on and off screen. In, Crouch, David, Jackson, Rhona and Thompson, Felix (eds.) The Media and the Tourist Imagination: Coverging Cultures. London, UK; New York, US, Routledge, 92-104. (Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility).

Dronsfield, J.L. (2002) Abstraction given time. In, Helen Robertson (catalogue). Helen Robertson (solo exhibition) Dudelange, Luxembourg, Galerie Nei Liicht, 2-5.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2004) The anticipation of responsibility in the work of Bill Viola. In, Townsend, C. (ed.) The Art of Bill Viola. London, UK, Thames and Hudson, 72-87.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2004) An ethical turn in contemporary art? The Finnish Art Review, 1, (1), 108-109.

Dunn, David (2008) Disarmament and peace movements in British and US feature films of the inter-war period. In, Johnson, Edward and Hamilton, Keith (eds.) Arms and Disarmament in Diplomacy. London, UK, Vallentine Mitchell, 129-150.


Fauzi, Mohammad Faizal Ahmad and Lewis, Paul H. (2009) Query by low-quality image. Image and Vision Computing, 27, (6), 713-724. (doi:10.1016/j.imavis.2008.07.007).

Ferry, D. (2004) Colourful England in colour. At Seminar talk given at Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 15 Mar 2004. (Submitted).

Ferry, David (2006) Aspects of our national heritage. COEX Centre, Seoul, South Korea.

Ferry, David (2002) The window seat series. Avram Gallery, New York, USA. Crawford Municiple Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland. Amiellie Wallace Gallery, SUNY, New York, USA. ON Gallery and the Academey of Fine Arts, Poznan, Poland.

Foster, Stephen (2012) The bit parts and the major players in the entourage of Jochem Hendricks. In, Jochem Hendricks. Berlin, DE, Distanz Verlag, 185-187.

Foster, Stephen (2010) Caroline Bergvall: Middling English, Foreword. In, Caroline Bergvall: Middling English. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 6.

Foster, Stephen (2007) Chinese Video Now, Foreword. In, Thorp, David, Foster, Stephen and Ning, Sun (eds.) Chinese Video Now. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3.

Foster, Stephen (2000) David Ward: Slow Time, Preface. In, Cotter, Suzanne, Foster, Stephen and Harrison, Michael (eds.) David Ward: Slow Time. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3.

Foster, Stephen (1996) Elsewhere..., Foreword. In, Faure-Walker, Caryn and Foster, Stephen (eds.) Elsewhere... Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3.

Foster, Stephen (1994) Foreword. In, Wilson, Andrew (ed.) Kate Blacker. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3.

Foster, Stephen (1997) Haim Steinbach, Haim Steinbach's taxonomies. In, Steinbach, Haim (ed.) Haim Steinbach. Wien, AT, Museum Moderner Kunst, Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, 18.

Foster, Stephen (2001) International Waters, Foreword. In, Palmer, Roger (ed.) International Waters. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 7.

Foster, Stephen (2010) Introduction. In, Bolivar, Juan and Foster, Stephen (eds.) Dawnbreakers. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 6-7.

Foster, Stephen (2010) Introduction. In, O'Reilly, Sally (ed.) Dark Places. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3.

Foster, Stephen (1996) Introduction. In, Foster, Stephen and Tawadros, Gilane (eds.) Hamad Butt: Familiars. London, GB, Institute of International Visual Arts, 10-11.

Foster, Stephen (1994) Introduction. In, de Ville, Nicholas and Foster, Stephen (eds.) The Artist and the Academy: Issues in Fine Art Education & the Wider Cultural Context. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 9-21.

Foster, Stephen (2008) itourist? Journeys Through the Holocaust, Foreword. In, Antick, Paul, Slyce, John and Foster, Stephen (eds.) itourist? Journeys Through the Holocaust. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3-4.

Foster, Stephen (2004) Joan Jonas, Introduction. In, Foster, Stephen, Robert, Ayres and Jonas, Joan (eds.) Joan Jonas. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 6-8.

Foster, Stephen (2012) Jochem Hendricks, Foreword. In, Jochem Hendricks. Berlin, DE, Distanz Verlag, 12-13.

Foster, Stephen (2006) John Latham: Time-base and the Universe, Foreword. In, Thorp, David, Latham, Noa and Foster, Stephen (eds.) John Latham: Time-base and the Universe. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 5-6.

Foster, Stephen (1999) Lie of the Land: Earth Body and Material, Foreword. In, Carter, Paul, Scarry, Elaine and Payne, Antonia (eds.) Lie of the Land: Earth Body and Material. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3-4.

Foster, Stephen (2008) Live Art on Camera: Performance and Photography, Foreword. In, Maude-Roxby, Alice, O'Dell, Kathy and Clausen, Barbara (eds.) Live Art on Camera: Performance and Photography. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 5-6.

Foster, Stephen (2008) Panacea: The Art of Wellbeing Volume 1, Foreword. In, Pinsky, M., Walker, Z. and Bromwich, N. (eds.) Panacea: The Art of Wellbeing Volume 1. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 8-9.

Foster, Stephen (1996) The presence of absence, Moby Dick. In, Foster, Stephen, Selvaggio, Rita, Tazzi, Pier Luigi and Wilson, Andrew (eds.) Moby Dick. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 12-13.

Foster, Stephen (2012) Rona Lee: That Oceanic Feeling, Foreword. In, Rona Lee: That Oceanic Feeling. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 6-6.

Foster, Stephen (2006) Slow Life, Introduction. In, Takehisa, Yuu and Carter, Ros (eds.) Slow Life. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 5-6.

Foster, Stephen (2008) Stuart Brisley: Crossings, Introduction: the proximity of catastrophe. In, Wilson, Andrew, Harm, Anders and Foster, Stephen (eds.) Stuart Brisley: Crossings. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 7-11.

Foster, Stephen, Blistene, Bernard and Collier, Caroline (2002) Art is what makes life more interesting than art. In, Blessing, Jennifer, Tronche, Anne and Gaillard, Inge Linde (eds.) Gina Pane. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery and Arnolfini, 13-21.

Foster, Stephen and Bode, Steven (2011) Anarcadia: Ruth Maclennan, Foreword. In, Anarcadia: Ruth Maclennan. , Film and Video Umbrella / John Hansard Gallery, 5.

Foster, Stephen and Carter , Ros (2004) New British Painting, Foreword. In, New British Painting. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 3.

Foster, Stephen and Collier, Caroline (2002) Gina Pane, Foreword. In, Blessing, Jennifer, Tronche, Anne and Gaillard, Inge Linde (eds.) Gina Pane. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery and Arnolfini, 7-8.


Garrett, B.L. (2011) Videographic geographies: Using digital video for geographic research. Progress in Human Geography, 35, (4), 521-541. (doi:10.1177/0309132510388337).

Garside, Paul and Wyeth, Paul (2006) Identification of cellulosic fibres by FTIR spectroscopy: differentiation of flax and hemp by polarized ATR FTIR. Studies in Conservation, 51, (3), 205-211.

Garside, Paul and Wyeth, Paul (2003) Identification of cellulosic fibres by FTIR spectroscopy: Thread and single fibre analysis by attenuated total reflectance. Studies in Conservation, 48, (4), 269-275.

Gill, K. (2006) Tapestry as upholstery: the challanges of conserving tapestry-covered seat furniture. In, Lennard, F. and Hayward, M. (eds.) Tapestry conservation: principles and practice. Oxford, UK, Elsevier, 113-122. (Butterworth-Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology).

Gillett, John (2004) John Bull War and Peace. South Hill Park Trust, South Hill Park, Bracknell, UK.

Gillett, John (2002) Loss of gravity. ArtSway, Sway, UK.

Goldsmith, S. (2003) Construction - deconstruction: finding a way through making. In, Textile Vocabularies - innovation in practice, Heriot Watt University, Scotland, 29 Oct 2003. (Submitted).

Grenfell, Michael and Hardy, Cheryl (2007) Art Rules: Pierre Bourdieu and the Visual Arts, London, UK, Berg, 256pp.


Hammond, Mary (2004) Monsters and metaphors: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and TV audiences. In, Gwenllian-Jones, Sara and Pearson, Roberta E. (eds.) Cult Television. Minnesota, USA, University of Minnesota Press, 147-164.

Hammond, Michael (2006) The Agent. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, 353-354.

Hammond, Michael (2006) Alan Arkin. In, Williams, Linda Ruth (ed.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University/McGraw Hill, 125-127.

Hammond, Michael (2006) Back to the Future. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, 272-279.

Hammond, Michael (2006) Do the right thing. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw Hill, 249-256.

Hammond, Michael (2006) John Singleton. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, 394-397.

Hammond, Michael (2006) New black cinema. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, 389-390.

Hammond, Michael (2006) Richard Pryor live in concert. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University/McGraw-Hill, 186-198.

Hammond, Michael (2006) The road movie. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, UK, Open University Press/McGraw Hill, 14-20.

Hammond, Michael (2010) ‘So essentially human’: the appeal of Charles Chaplin's shoulder arms in Britain, 1918. Early Popular Visual Culture, 8, (3), 297-313. (doi:10.1080/17460654.2010.498168).

Hammond, Michael (2006) Tim Burton. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University/McGraw-Hill, 242-243.

Hammond, Michael (2006) Titanic. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporay American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

Hammond, Michael (2006) Tom Hanks. In, Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

Hammond, Michael and Hammond, Michael (2006) Unforgiven. In, Williams, Linda Ruth (ed.) Contemporary American Cinema. London, GB, Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, 415-420.

Hammond, Mike (2003) Laughter during wartime: the comedy and the language of trauma in British cinema regulation 1917. Screen, 44, (2), 222-228.

Harland, E.J. (2011) Likeness and presence; a precise complication. In, A Sort of Night to the MInd; a Kind of Night for our Thoughts. London, GB, Arch 402 Gallery, 10-14.

Harland, Elizabeth (2006) Zone 15. University of California, Turlock, USA. Winchester Gallery, Winchester, UK. Wimbledon School of Art, London, UK. University of Ulster, Belfast, UK.

Hayward, M.A. (2011) Quelle influence de la mode francaise a la cour d'Angleterre au XVI siecle? Revue de l’Art, 174, (4), 51-56.

Hoare, Philip (2013) David Bowie then...David Bowie now. [Philip Hoare with Christopher Frayling and Mark Kermode]. In, Marsh, Geoffrey and Broackes, Victoria (eds.) David Bowie Is. London, GB, V&A Publishing, 283-300.

Hoare, Philip (2013) Philip Hoare muses on John Waters. In, Irvin, Kate, Brewer, Laurie Anne, Breward, Christopher, Miller, Monica L. and Browne, Thom (eds.) Artist/Rebel/Dandy: Men of Fashion. London, GB, Yale University Press, 141-142. (Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design).

Hon, Gordon (2013) Blessed oblivion. In, Makhoul, Bashir (ed.) Palestinian Video Art: Constellation of the Moving Image. Jerusalem, IL, Palestinian Art Court - al Hoash.

Hon, Gordon and Zhang , Xiao (2007) Ruins. Shenzhen Art Museum, Shenzhen, China.

Hopkins, John (2011) Fashion Design Reader , Worthing, GB, AVA publishing, 203pp. (Required Reading Range). (In Press).

Hopkins, John (2010) Fashion Drawing, Lausanne, Switzerland, AVA Academia, 184pp. (Basics Fashion Design).

Humphrey, David, Worth, Alexi and Klaus, Chris (2009) Tilt trucks and free fliers. In, Blind Handshake. New York, US, Periscope Publishing.


Jones, Yvonne (2010) Peeling the Body. How can art practice utilize the experience of medical events to consider the implications for the living human being of notions of the posthuman? How can this process affect an understanding of the positions of the subject / medical object within the western medical tradition and, in so doing, suggest a more empowered subject? University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, Doctoral Thesis , 126pp.


Kelly, Michael (1988) Aragon and the spirit of the popular front. Quinquereme - new studies in modern languages, 11, (1), 3-13.

Kelly, Michael (1999) Aragon et l'humanisme dans les années quarante. In, MacAnulty, Andrew (ed.) Aragon, Elsa Triolet et les cultures étrangères. Colloquium, University of Glasgow Besançon, France, Presses Unversitaires de Franche Comté, 87-98. (Série linguistique et sémiotiques 34).

Kelly, Michael (1983) Gorky, Aragon and socialist realism. The Crane Bag, 7, (1), 108-111.

Kelly, Michael (1984) Picasso and the Spanish Civil War. Romance Studies, 3, 60-73.

Kelly, Michael (1983) Realism, surrealism and socialist realism. Bradford Occasional Papers, 4, 118-128.

Kemp, Anna (2012) Selling yourself: the commercialization of feeling in the work of Sophie Calle. Nottingham French Studies (Submitted).

Kent, Alexander J. (2005) Aesthetics: a lost cause in cartographic theory? The Cartographic Journal, 42, (2), 182-188. (doi:10.1179/000870405X61487).

Knox-Williams, Charlotte (2012) Slip, split, snag: diagramming the time image between Deleuzean theory and fine art practice. University of Southampton, Winchester School of Art, Doctoral Thesis , 86pp.


Lavery, Jane Elizabeth (2014) The art of Ana Clavel: ghosts, urinals, dolls, shadows and outlaw desires, Oxford, GB, Legenda (Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures, 6). (In Press).

Le Foll, Claire (2012) The image of the Jews in Belorussian Soviet cinema, 1924-1936. In, Spurling, Helen and Ewence, H (eds.) Image Conscious: Jewish Visuals and Visualising Jews Through the Ages. , Vallentine Mitchell. (Submitted).

Le Foll, Claire (2012) A la recherche de l’introuvable film juif-biélorusse ? Politique des nationalités et cinéma en BSSR dans les années 1920 et 1930. In, Pozner, Valerie (ed.) Kinojudaica. Les représentations des Juifs dans le cinema de Russie et d'Union sovietique des années 1910 aux années 1980. Paris, FR, Nouveau Monde éditions, 79-109.

Le Foll, Claire (2002) L’école artistique de Vitebsk (1897-1923). Eveil et rayonnement autour de Pen, Chagall et Malevitch, France, Republic of, FR, L'Harmattan, 280pp.

Lennard, F.J. and Dew, C. (2003) Case study: 'Preview: Hoarfrost Edition' by Robert Rauschenberg. In, Before Art Falls Apart: Achieving Consensus on Care, Protection and Value (seminar), Royal Society of Arts, UK, 28 Oct 2003. (Submitted).

Lennard, Frances (2005) The impact of artists' moral rights legislation on conservation practice in the UK and beyond. In, 14th Triennal Meeting of the International Council for Museums Conservation Committee, The Hague, Netherlands, 12 - 16 Sep 2005. London, UK, James & James6pp, 285-290.


Makhoul, Bashir (2013) Introduction. In, M., Bashir (ed.) Palestinian Video Art: Constellation of the Moving Image. Jerusalem, IL, Palestinian Art Court - Al Hoash.

Makhoul, Bashir and Hon, Gordon (2008) Found in conflict - Bashir Makhoul in conversation with Gordon Hon. In, Harris, Jonathan (ed.) Identity Theft: Cultural Colonisation and Contemporary Art. Liverpool, GB, Liverpool University Press. (Tate Liverpool Critical Forum, 10).

Makhoul, Bashir, Omer, Mordechai, Nubani, Ibrahim and Livny, Efrat (2004) Outside the camp. In, Katan, Esther (ed.) Ibrahim Nubani In-between. Israel, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 27-34.

Manghani, Sunil (2008) Image critique and the fall of the Berlin Wall, Chicago, US, Intellect Books with University of Chicago Press, 230pp.

Manghani, Sunil (2013) Image studies: theory and practice, London, GB, Routledge, 274pp.

Manghani, Sunil (2010) Japan: lost in translation, or nothing to see but everything. In, Elkins, James (ed.) Visual Cultures. Chicago, US, Intellect with University of Chicago Press, 27-42.

Manghani, Sunil and McDonald, Keith (2013) Desperately seeking Kylie! Critical reflections on William Baker’s White Diamond. In, Halligan, Benjamin, Edgar, Robert and Fairclough-Isaacs, Kirsty (eds.) The Music Documentary: Acid Rock to Electropop. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 219-234.

Marsh, Nicky, Crosthwaite, Paul and Knight, Peter (2012) Imagining the market: a visual history. Public Culture, 24, (3), 601-622. (doi:10.1215/08992363-1630690).

May, W. (2010) Stevie Smith and Authorship. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 250pp. (Oxford English Monographs).

McAleer, John (2008) ‘The slavery question in Eastern Africa’: representations of Indian Ocean slavery and its suppression in nineteenth‐century Britain from the collection of the National Maritime Museum. Journal for Maritime Research, 10, (1), 23-49. (doi:10.1080/21533369.2008.9668363).

Moser, Stephanie (1998) Ancestral Images. The iconography of human antiquity, Ithaca, US, Cornell University Press, 224pp.

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