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Barber, C.L. and Millar, Lesley (2004) Through the surface: Collaborating textile artists from Britain and Japan. National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, JP. Yard Gallery, Wollaton Hall, Nottingham , United Kingdom. Nottingham Castle, Nottingham, GB. , Halifax , United Kingdom. , Halifax, GB. , Norwich, GB. , Hove, GB.
Lennard, Frances and Hayward, Maria (eds.) (2006) Tapestry Conservation: Principles and Practice, Oxford, UK, Elsevier, 247pp. (Butterworth-Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology).
Rogerson, Cordelia and Garside, Paul (eds.) (2006) The future of the twentieth century: collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials, London, UK, Archetype Publications, 143pp.
(2008) Textiles dress and the production of space. In, Colloquium, London, GB,
Dawson, Ian, Blake , Peter, Turk, Gavin, Creed , Martin and Monroe, Ian (2010) Art Car Boot Fair. Old Truman Brewery, London, GB.
(2011) When clothes speak: The fabric of our heritage. In, GSK Contemporary Salon Series, London, GB,
Hayward, M.A. and Ward , P. (eds.) (2012) The inventory of King Henry VIII: Volume 2 textiles and dress, Turnhout, BE, Harvey Miller for the Society of Antiquaries of London, 366pp. (The Inventory of King Henry VIII, 2).
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. (2003) Working a pattern: embroidery and the creation of the feminine in late 17th century English embroideries. In, Women's Writing in Britain 1660-1830, Southampton, UK, 15 - 17 Jul 2003. (Submitted).
Brooks, M.M. (2003) Seventeenth century English embroideries in the Ashmolean Museum: makers and collectors. At Winchester School of Art seminar series, Winchester, UK, Mar 2003. (Submitted).
Brooks, M.M. (2003) 'Curious works': English 16th and 17th century embroideries at the Ashmolean. The Ashmolean, 45, 8-10.
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) Madame cow and the milk-maid coat: fashion and fibres made from milk. In, American Costume Society Symposium: 20th century design, fashion, interiors, architecture and the performing arts 2004, Houston, Texas, USA, 23 - 29 May 2004.
Brooks, M.M. (2004) Observe the directions which are given by knowing men: embroidery and the feminine in 17th century England. In, Women and Material Culture 1660-1830, Chawton House Library and University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, 14 - 15 Jul 2004.
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 Zagorska-Thomas, N. (2004) Report of ICOM costume meeting 'Cross roads of fashion and textiles in Poland' conference. The National Museum, Krakow, Poland 28 Sept - 3 October 2003. Newsletter: International Council of Museums Conservation Committee Textile Working Group, (20)
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 M. (2007) Recovering identity: the role of textual evidence in identifying forgotten azlon fibres from the mid-20th century. In, Hayward, Maria and Kramer, Elizabeth (eds.) Textiles and Text. Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the links between archival and object-based research London, UK, Archetype, 29-33.
Burman, B. and White, J. (2007) Fanny’s pockets: cotton, consumption and domestic economy, 1780-1840. In, Batchelor, Jennie and Kaplan, Cora (eds.) Women and Material Culture 1650 –1830. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 31-51.
Burman, B.L. and Miller, L.E. (2004) Setting the scene: plenary session (introduction to conference). In, Textile Cultures: Spain and England since 1500. Centre for the History of Textile and Dress and the Textile Conservation Centre, Winchester School of Art, UK, 22 - 23 Jul 2004. (Submitted).
Burman, Barbara (2002) "What a deal of work there is in a dress!’’: Englishness and home dressmaking in the age of the sewing machine. In, Breward, Christopher, Conekin, Becky and Cox, Caroline (eds.) The Englishness of English Dress. Oxford, UK; New York, USA, Berg Publishing, 79-96.
Burman, Barbara (2002) Pocketing the difference: pockets and gender in nineteenth-century Britain. Gender & History, 14, (3), 447-469. (doi:10.1111/1468-0424.00277).
Burman, Barbara (2002) Pocketing the difference: gender and pockets in nineteenth-century Britain. (Section 2. Identity and eroticism, consumption and production, from the early seventeenth to the mid–twentieth century. Special issue Material Strategies: Dress and Gender in Historical Perspective, edited by Barbara Burman and Carole Turbin.). Gender and History, 14, (3), 447-469. (doi:10.1111/1468-0424.00277).
Burman, Barbara (2007) "A linnen pockett, a prayer book and five keys": approaches to a history of women’s tie-on pockets. In, Hayward, Maria and Kramer, Elizabeth (eds.) Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the Links between Archival and Object-based Research. 3rd International Conference of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies London, UK, Archetype, 157-163. (Postprints of the Annual Conference of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies 3).
Eastop, D. (2005) The biography of objects: a tool for analysing an object's significance. In, International Workshop on the Conservation and Exhibition of Collections in S.E. Asia, Bangkok, TH, Bangkok, TH, SEAMEOSPAFA.
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.
Eastop, D.D.M. (2001) Garments deliberately concealed in buildings. In, Wallis, R.J. and Lymer, K. (eds.) A Permeability of Boundaries? New Approaches to the Archaeology of Art, Religion and Folklore. Oxford, UK, British Archaeological Reports, 79-83. (International Series, 936).
Eastop, D.D.M. (2003) Guest lecturer presentation. In, Preserving the material and symbolic properties of historic textiles, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 23 - 24 May 2003. (Submitted).
Eastop, D.D.M. and Dew, C. (2003) Secret agents: deliberately concealed garments as symbolic textiles. In, Tales in the Textile: The Conservation of Flags and Other Symbolic Textiles, New York State Museum, New York, USA, 05 - 08 Nov 2003. New York, USA, (Submitted).
Eastop, D.D.M. and Doyal, S. (2001) William Burges' Mermaid chair c1870: conserving both original materials and later adaptations. In, Gill, K. and Eastop, D. (eds.) Upholstery Conservation: Principles and Practice. UK, Butterworth-Heinemann, 44-50.
Eastop, Dinah (2007) Sound recording and text creation: oral history and the Deliberately Concealed Garments Project. In, Hayward, Maria and Kramer, Elizabeth (eds.) Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the Links Between Archival and Object-Based Research. AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies Third Annual Conference London, UK, Archetype Press, 65-70. (Postprints of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, 3). (In Press).
Faiers, Jonathan (2008) Tartan, Oxford, GB, Berg Publishers & The Victoria & Albert Museum, 320pp. (Textiles That Changed the World).
Faiers, Jonathan (2009) Tartan: sett and setting. In, Hackney, Fiona, Glynne, Jonathan and Minton, Viv (eds.) Networks of Design: Proceedings of the 2008 Annual International Conference of the Design History Society (UK) University College Falmouth, 3-6 September. Boca Raton, US, Universal Publishers, 159-163.
Faiers, Jonathan (2009) Tartan: A brief history. In, Sackler Centre Lunchtime Talks, London, GB,
Faiers, Jonathan (2009) The Tartan titan and the Highland fashion cult. , BBC Radio 4 (Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen's Men of Fashion, 7).
Faiers, Jonathan (2009) Territorial Tartan: Locating conjugation. In, Fashioning Diasporas: International Conference, London, GB, 15 - 16 May 2009.
Faiers, Jonathan (2010) Textiles as research. In, Textiles Scrap Box: Stitching Textile Design with Social Science , London, U.K.,
Faiers, Jonathan (2011) Tweed: Reception and identity. In, Treasured Tweed: 100 Years of Harris, London, GB,
Faiers, Jonathan (2011) From Rei Kawakubo to Mark Fast: the void in knitting, or how formlessness shaped up. In, Dirix, Emmanuelle (ed.) Unravel: knitwear in fashion. Tielt, BE, Lannoo, 76-81.
Faiers, Jonathan (2011) Knitting and formlessness. In, Symposium: Unravel: Knitwear in Fashion, Antwerp, BE,
Faiers, Jonathan (2012) Past perfect? Costume Colloquium III: Past Dress-Future Fashion, Florence, IT, 08 - 11 Nov 2012. (Submitted).
Foster, Stephen (2012) Foreword. In, Embodied Memories: Jennifer Anyan. Southampton, GB, John Hansard Gallery, 2.
Gill, K. (2005) An evaluation of a portable x-radiographic unit for the examination of fragile upholstered furniture inside historic houses. In, Schuback, K. (ed.) The forgotten history: upholstery conservation. Vadstena, Sweden, Linkoping University. (Submitted).
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).
Gill, K. (2006) Upholstery conservation: the challange of accessing concealed inner structures for purposes of investigation and preservation. In, Toledo de Paula, T.C. (ed.) Tecidos e sua conservacao no Brasil: museus e collecoes [textile conservation in Brazil: museums and collections]. International seminarTecidos e sua conservacao no Brasil: museus e collecoes [textile conservation in Brazil: museums and collections] Sao Paulo, Brazil, Museu Paulista do USP, 245-250.
Gill, K. (2007) Evaluating x-radiography as a tool for examining upholstered furniture. In, O'Connor, Sonia and Brooks, Mary (eds.) X-Radiography of Textile, Dress and Related Objects. Oxford, UK, Elsevier. (Butterworth-Heinemann Series in Conservation and Museology).
Gill, K. and Garside, P. (2006) The H.M.S. Victory fore topsail. In, Nuttgens, F. and Jordan, M. (eds.) Big Issues. Big Issues, Forum of UKIC Textile Section London, UK, The Institute of Conservation, 36-46.
Goldsmith, S. and Scott, J. (2003) Textile perspectives in mixed media sculpture, Wiltshire, UK, The Crowood Press
Greiff, Susanne, Kutzke, Hartmut, Riekel, Christian, Wyeth, Paul and Lahlil, Sophia (2005) Surveying silk fibre degradation by crystallinity determination: a study on the Tang-Dynasty silk treasure from Famen Temple, China. In, Janaway, Rob and Wyeth, Paul (eds.) Scientific Analysis of Ancient and Historic Textiles. First Annual Conference of the AHRC Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, Scientific Analysis of Ancient and Historic Textiles: Informing Preservation, Display and Interpretation London, GB, Archetype, 38-43.
Hayward, M. (2003) Written text and surviving textiles: English pre-reformation textiles. In, The Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, London, UK, 13 Feb 2003.
Hayward, M. (2003) Dress at the court of Henry VII: Prudence or frugality? In, Textiles and Clothing in Fifteenth Century England, Medieval Dress and Textile Society, Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK, 11 Oct 2003. (Submitted).
Hayward, M. and Carter, A. (2004) Fashion, dress and manners. At lecture series for the Winchester Cathedral celebration of the 450th anniversary of the marriage of Mary I to Philip of Spain, Christchurch, Winchester, UK, 11 Mar 2004. (Submitted).
Hayward, M.A. (2003) Reflections on gender and status distinctions: an analysis of the liturgical textiles recorded in mid-sixteenth century London. In, Burman, B. and Turbin, C. (eds.) Material strategies: dress and gender in historical perspective. Oxford, UK, Blackwell Publishing, 33-35.
Hayward, M.A. (2004) A symbol of transition?: The role of the dress in defining the stages of boyhood for the sons of Henry VIII. In, Clothing for Children; the Medieval Dress and Textile Society, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK, 22 May 2004.
Hayward, M.A. (2004) Spanish Princess of Queen of England?: The image and identity of Catherine of Aragon. In, Textile Cultures: Spain and England since 1500. Centre for the History of Textiles and Dress and the Conservation Centre, Winchester, UK, 22 - 23 Jul 2004.
Hayward, M.A. (2004) English pre-reformation ecclesiastical textiles, 1530. In, Early Textile Study Group: Biennial Conference, University of Manchester, UK, 10 Sep 2004. (Submitted).
Hayward, M.A. (2004) Signs of a spiritual life? An analysis of the possessions and houses of the Black, White, Grey and Austin Friars in mid-sixteenth century England. In, Domestic and Institutional Interiors in Early Modern Europe, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, 19 Nov 2004.
Hayward, M.A. (2004) The 1542 Inventory of Whitehall: the palace and its keeper [volumes 1 & 2], London, UK, Illuminata Publishers for The Society of Antiquaries of London, 654pp.
Hayward, M.A. (2004) Fashion, finance, foreign politics and the wardrobe of Henry VIII. In, Richardson, C. (ed.) Clothing Culture, 1350-1650. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate Publishing, 165-178. (History of Retailing and Consumption).
Hayward, M.A. (2010) Male headwear at the courts of Henry VIII and Edward VI. In, Riello, Giorgio and McNeil, Peter (eds.) The Fashion History Reader: Global Perspectives. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 114-131.
Hemmings, Jessica (2004) Emerging voices: the Weya applique project of Zimbabwe. In, Sharrad, P. and Collett, A. (eds.) Postcolonialism and Creativity. Bristol, UK, Telos Art Publishing, 97-112. (Reinventing Textiles 3).
Hemmings, Jessica (2004) Hybrid sources: depictions of garments in postcolonial textile art. In, Farren, Anne, Doropoulos, Moira and Worden, Suzette (eds.) The Space Between Textiles Art Design Fashion. The Space Between Australia, The Space Between Consulting Firm, 1-6.
Hemmings, Jessica (2006) Eileen Grey: rug designs. Modern Carpets and Textiles, 1, (1 (Winter))
Hemmings, Jessica (2006) Second skin: textiles grown to fit. Crafts, (199)
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).
Hoare, Philip (2013) Introduction. In, Malicious Damage: The Defaced Library Books of Kenneth Halliwell and Joe Orton. London, GB, Donlon Books, 2-8.
Huddleston, R. (2003) Computer assisted printed textiles. At public lecture given at Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy, 21 Mar 2003. (Submitted).
Jones, Andrew and MacGregor, Gavin (2002) Introduction. Wonderful things: colour studies in archaeology from Munsell to materiality. In, Jones, Andrew and MacGregor, Gavin (eds.) Colouring the Past: The Significance of Colour in Archaeological Research. Oxford, UK, Berg, 1-21.
Lennard, F. (2007) Preserving image and structure: tapestry conservation in Europe and the United States. Reviews in Conservation, 7, (7), 43-53.
Lennard, F.J. and Dew, C. (2004) Object or concept? Acknowledging the diversity of stakeholders in conserving modern art. In, Modern art, new museums. IIC, Contributions to the Bilbao Congress 13-17 September 2004. IIC's Twentieth International Congress London, UK, International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
Lennard, F.J. and Dulieu-Barton, J.M. (2013) Quantifying and visualising change: strain monitoring of tapestries with digital image correlation. Studies in Conservation, 1-15. (doi:10.1179/2047058413Y.0000000097).
Lennard, Frances (2006) Behaving badly? The conservation of modern textile art. Restauro, 112, (5), 328-334.
Matthews David, A. (2003) Leotard's tights: male bodies in the circus ring. In, Design History Society Annual Conference 06 - 09 Sep 2003.
Matthews David, A. (2004) Victorian undergarments. At talk given at the Godalming Arts Society, Godalming, Surrey, UK, 16 Mar 2004. (Submitted).
Matthews David, A. and Breward, C. (2003) In the footsteps of Beau Brummel. In, Life in a Georgian City, Bath, UK, 27 - 29 Jun 2003.
Miller, L. (2002) Mysterious Manufacturers: situating L. Galy Et Cie in the 18th Century lyon silk industry. Studies in the Decorative Arts, IX, (2), 87-131.
Miller, L. (2003) Of Gardens and Castles. Naturalistic Silks from the Eighteenth Century. Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg, near Berne, Switzerland 28 April-10 November 2002 (Review of exhibition). Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, 1, (1), 99-105.
Miller, L. (2003) Education and the silk designer: a model for success? In, Schoeser, M. and Boydell, C. (eds.) Disentangling Textiles. London, UK, Middlesex University Press, 185-194. (Visual & Material Culture).
Miller, L. (2003) Review of M. Snodin and J. Styles, 'Design and the decorative arts: Britain 1500-1900', London: V&A publications, 2001. Economic History Review, 56, (4), 788 -811. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0289.2003.00270.x).
Miller, L. (2004) Review of Ribeiro, A. 'Dress in eighteenth-century europe 1715-1787'. Journal of Design History, 17, (3), 297-300. (doi:10.1093/jdh/17.3.297).
Miller, L.E. (2002) The object of design: a reassessment of the life and work of Philippe Lasalle (1723-1804). In, Textile Matters: Object-based Research: The Contribution of Conservation to Textile History and Research, Annual Conference of the Pasold Research Fund run in conjunction with the Textile Conservation Centre, University of Southampton, Winchester, UK, 18 - 19 Apr 2002.
Miller, L.E. (2004) Representing silk design: Nicholas Joubert de L'Hiberderie and Le dessinateur pour les etoffes d'or, d'argent et de soie (Paris, 1765). Journal of Design History, 17, (1), 29-53. (doi:10.1093/jdh/17.1.29).
Miller, L.E. (2004) Comprando seda en el siglo XVIII en Madrid (Shopping for silks in eighteenth century Madrid). Datatextil, (10), 4-7.
Miller, L.E. (2004) Review of Wrigley, R. 'The politics of appearances: representations of dress in revolutionary France' and Veillon, D. 'Fashion under the occupation'. Costume, 38, 159-162.
Miller, Lesley Ellis (2005) The marriage of art and commerce: Philippe Lasalle’s success in silks. In, Scott, Katie and Cherry, Deborah (eds.) Between Luxury and the Everyday: Decorative Arts in Eighteenth-Century France. Oxford, UK, Blackwell, 63-88.
Miller, Lesley Ellis (2007) Cristobal Balenciaga: the couturiers' couturier (1895-1972), London, UK, V & A Publishing, 128pp.
Newington, Linda (2009) In the Loop: the renewal of knitting. University of Southampton Special Collections Newsletter., 2009, (7), 16-17.
Newington, Linda (2010) Knitting has an image problem. In, Hemmings, Jessica (ed.) In the Loop: Knitting Now. London, UK, Black Dog, 26-31.
Newington, Linda, Varley, Gillian (ed.) (2010) Nostalgia and renewal: collections and collaborations. [in special issue: Plus ça change? Papers from ARLIS/UK & Ireland’s Cambridge conference 2009: Tradition and transformation] Art Libraries Journal, 35, (1), 41-46.
Newington, Linda (2010) Villandry: homage to roses. In, Amies, Marian (ed.) The Art of the Book: Journals Then and Now. Kansas City, US, University of Missouri, 60-61.
Padovani, C. (2003) Textile vocabularies - innovation in practice. At Jerwood Applied Arts Prize Seminar, Heriot Watt University, Scotland, UK, 29 Oct 2003. (Submitted).
Padovani, C. (2004) Transitions: conversations in contemporary craft. In, launch of 'Collect' at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, 21 Feb 2004. (Submitted).
Pinnock, Andrew (2012) Deus ex machina: a royal witness to the court origin of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas. Early Music, 40, (2), 265-278. (doi:10.1093/em/cas047).
Roberts, Sara (2003) 30/30 Vision. Crafts Council Gallery, London, UK. ArtSway, Sway, UK. Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham, UK.
Roberts, Sara and Hughes, Philip (2006) Catalyst. Ruthin Craft Centre, Ruthin, UK. Mission Gallery, Swansea, UK.
Rogerson, C.E. (2003) Material Immaterial? Plastics in contemporary artists' jewellery and challenges for their display and interpretation. In, Plastics HIstorical Society Study Day, Institute of Materials, Carlton House Terrace, London, UK, 05 Dec 2003. (Submitted).
Rogerson, Cordelia (2006) Patina or impairment: interpreting surface changes to contemporary plastic jewellery. In, Conservation Symposium Royal College of Art/ Victoria & Albert Museum 2006, London, UK, 08 May 2006.
Rogerson, Cordelia (2006) Preserving plastic jewellery: condition, collections and communication. In, Conservation of plastics, Professional Conservators in Practice, West Dean College, Chichester, UK, 21 Jul 2006.
Rogerson, Cordelia and Beighton, James (2006) Can an artist create permanence from transience? the schmuck quickies of Yuka Oyama become durable. In, Rogerson, Cordelia and Garside, Paul (eds.) The future of the twentieth century: collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials. The future of the twentieth century: Collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials London, UK, Archetype Publications, 11-17.
Rogerson, Cordelia and Beighton, James (2006) Can an artist create permanence from transience? the Schmuck Quickies of Yuka Oyama become durable. In, Rogerson, Cordelia and Garside, Paul (eds.) The Future of the 20th Century: Collecting, Interpreting and Conserving Modern Materials. The future of the twentieth century collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials London, UK, Archetype Publications, 11-17.
Sahin, M., Chambers, A.R., Dokos, L., Dulieu-Barton, J.M., Earl, J.S., Eastop, D. and Lennard, F. (2005) Mechanical testing and its role in the condition assessment of tapestries. In, Lennard, Frances and Hayward, Maria (eds.) Tapestry Conservation. United Kingdom, Butterworth-Heinemann Limited, 227-234. (3253).
Thrower, S. (2002) Print forecast: winter 02/03. Textile View Magazine, (58), 162-167.
Thrower, S. (2003) Print forecast: summer 2003. Textile View Magazine, (60), 160-167.
Whittaker, P. and Padovani, C. (2011) Testing Orthodoxy, collecting, the gaze, knitting the impossible. In, Textile Reader. Oxford, GB, Berg Publishing. (In Press).
Wyeth, P., Greiff, S., Kutzke, H., Lahlil, S. and Riekel, C. (2004) Surveying silk fibre degradation by crystallinity determination: a study on the Tang-Dynasty silk treasure from Famen temple, China. In, Scientific Analysis of Ancient and Historic Textiles: Informing Preservation, Display and Interpretation. AHRB Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, First Annual Conference, Winchester, GB, 13 - 15 Jul 2004.