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Arnold, Dana and Bending, Stephen (eds.) (2003) Tracing architecture: the aesthetics of antiquarianism, Oxford, GB, Malden, US, Wiley-Blackwell, 160pp. (Art History Special Issues).
Arnold, Dana and Ballantyne, Andrew (eds.) (2004) Architecture as experience: radical change in spatial practice , London, UK, Routledge, 312pp.
Cooper, Stephen and Impey, Oliver (2004) Ashmolean intervention. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, GB.
Arnold, Dana and Derevenski, Joanna Sofaer (eds.) (2008) Biographies & space: placing the subject in art and architecture, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 224pp.
Arnold, Dana (2003) Facts or fragments? Visual histories in the age of mechanical reproduction. In, Arnold, Dana and Bending, Stephen (eds.) Tracing Architecture: the Aesthetics of Antiquarianism. Oxford, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 30-48. (Art History Special Issues).
Arnold, Dana (2002) Reading architectural history, London, UK, Routledge, 256pp.
Arnold, Dana (2002) Facts or fragments? Visual histories in the age of mechanical reproduction. Art History, 25, (4), 450-460. (doi:10.1111/1467-8365.00338).
Arnold, Dana (2004) London bridge revisited. In, Arnold, Dana and Ballantyne, Andrew (eds.) Architecture as Experience: Radical Change in Spatial Practice. London, UK, New York, USA, Routledge, 261-276.
Arnold, Dana (2008) Space, time and the metropolis. In, Pagh, Christian and Vesterdal, Ida (eds.) Changing Metropolis: Introducing Artistic and Cultural Actions in City Making. Copenhagen, DK, VIA Design.
Arnold, Dana (2008) Imag(in)ing architecture. In, Borocz, Zsuzsanna, van Impe, Ellen and Verpoest, Luc (eds.) Imag(in)ing Architecture. Leuven, BE, Acco, 15-29.
Arnold, Dana (2009) Rural urbanism: London’s West End. In, Ballantyne, Andrew (ed.) Rural and Urban: Architecture Between Two Cultures. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 42-55.
Arnold, Dana (2010) The Hospital and the Metropolis , Routledge (Submitted).
Arnold, Dana (2010) Making London’s modernity: capital, memory and nature. In, Hermansen Cordua, Christian (ed.) Manifestoes and Transformations in the Early Modernist City. Farnham, GB, Ashgate.
Bending, S. D. (2002) Every man is naturally an antiquarian: Francis Grose and polite antiquities. In, Arnold, D. and Bending, S. (eds.) Tracing Architecture: The Aesthetics of Antiquarianism. Oxford, UK, Blackwell Publishers. (Art History Special Issues, 25).
Bould, P. A and Mitchell, B, (2005) Site works, Winchester, The Winchester Gallery
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 and Mitchell, Belinda (2004) Drawing in the built form. Osborne School, Winchester, UK.
Conlin, Jonathan (2012) Development or destruction? E. A. Freeman and the debate on church restoration, 1839-1851. Oxoniensia, 77, 1-32.
Conlin, Jonathan and Bremner, G. Alex (2011) History as Form: Architecture and Liberal Anglican Thought in E. A. Freeman. Modern Intellectual History, 8, (2), 299-326. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1479244311000205).
Cooper, Stephen, Craven, Tim and Mion-Jones, Esta (2007) Off at a tangent. Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, UK. Maidstone Museum and Bentlif Art Gallery, Maidstone, UK.
Graham, Helen, Mason, Rhiannon and Newman, Andrew (2009) Literature review: Historic environment, sense of place, and social capital. Newcastle upon Tyne, GB, English Heritage, 44pp.
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.
Lee, Edmond Pak-Fai, Chow, W.K, Chau, Foo-Tim and Dyke, John (2004) Selected Fire-Retardants and their Reactions in a Flame: The Necessity of Studying Chemical Reactions of the Clean Agent Heptafluoropropane in Fire Extinguishment. Architectural Science Review, 47, 223-229.
Revell, Louise (2007) Architecture, power and politics: the Forum-Basilica in Roman Britain. In, Sofaer, Joanna (ed.) Material Identities. Oxford, UK, Blackwells, 127-151. (New Interventions in Art History).