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(2005) Campus.

(2005) King Tat: Shaun Doyle and Mally Mallinson.

(2005) Panacea.

(2005) Patrick Heron, Jonathan Lasker, Katie Pratt.

(2005) There Where You Are Not.

Davis, August (2005) Introductory address. At Intentionality and Distance: The Problem of the Artist's Voice, United Kingdom.

Davis, August (2005) A woman's work is never done: maintenance labour, maintenance art - Wilding, Ukeles and Rosler. At Conception:Reception. Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, United Kingdom.

Davis, August Jordan (2005) Decoys and Disruptions: Selected Writings, 1975-2001. The Art Book, 12, (2), pp. 34-35. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-8357.2005.00533.x).

Hopkins, John (2005) Globalization of fashion. At 17th International Dalian Fashion Festival, China.

Roberts, Joanne (2005) The Ritzerization of knowledge. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 1, (1), pp. 56-63. (doi:10.1108/17422040510577906).

Roberts, Joanne and Mukonoweshuro, Chipo (2005) Digital technologies and the cross-border expansion of South African banks. In, Kehal, Harbhajan and Singh, Varinder (eds.) Digital Economy: Impacts, Influences and Challenges. IDEA GROUP pp. 258-272. (doi:10.4018/978-1-59140-363-0.ch013).

Whittaker, Paul (2005) Material Histories.

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