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(2007) Chinese Video Now

(2007) Fig: Oliver Chanarin and Adam Broomberg

(2007) KUBA: Kutlag Ataman

(2007) Live Art on Camera

(2007) North + South

Armitage, John and Roberts, Joanne (2007) On the eventuality of total destruction City: Analysis of Urban Trends Culture Theory Policy Action, 11, (3), pp. 428-432. (doi:10.1080/13604810701669215).

Ashton, D. (2007) Becoming serious and translating realms: online games in educational contexts? At Internet Research 8.0: Let's Play, Canada. 17 - 20 Oct 2007.

Ashton, D. (2007) 'Game Studies and 'sub-Marxist gobbledegook': criticism in Higher Education digital games teaching At The London Games Research Group. 12 Dec 2007.

Ashton, D. (2007) 'The games industry is a proud member of these industries': digital games industry-education collaborations and fostering creative talent At CRESC 2007: Re-thinking Cultural Economy, United Kingdom. 05 - 07 Sep 2007.

Ashton, D. (2007) 'Simple, meaningful graphics': digital gaming counter-mobilisations and the politics of graphics At Aesthetics and Radical Politics, United Kingdom. 03 Feb 2007.

Ashton, Daniel (2007) Games for change: a cultural studies and social impact gaming dialogue At Cultural Studies Now, United Kingdom.

Berthon, Jean-Paul and Berthon, Pierre (2007) Do camels dream of electric fish? Reflections on animal dreams [in special issue: Animal Companions, Consumption Experiences, and the Marketing of Pets: Transcending Boundaries in the Animal-Human Distinction] Journal of Business Research, 61, (5), pp. 422-423. (doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2007.06.026).

Cardo, Valentina and Street, John (2007) Vote for me: playing at politics In, Riegert, Kristina (eds.) Politicotainment: Television’s Take on the Real. Oxford, GB, Peter Lang Publishing pp. 109-128.

Davis, August (2007) Martha Rosler as bibliophile At University of Liverpool, 5th Annual Art History PhD Conference, United Kingdom.

Davis, August (2007) Spectres and Spectacle: the Visual Culture of Martha Rosler At Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, 2007, Belfast; Session convened by Jonathan Harris: "Globalisation and Art since 1945: Disciplinary Renewal or Transformation?", United Kingdom.

Davis, August (2007) The visible suppressed: Max Ernst and Martha Rosler At AHRC Surrealism Centre's 5th Annual PhD Symposium on Surrealism and its Legacies, United Kingdom.

Davis, August Jordan (2007) Review. Max Ernst: life and work, an autobiographical collage by Werner Spies, editor The Art Book, 14, (2), pp. 38-39. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-8357.2007.00801.x).

Roberts, Joanne (2007) Knowledge in the organization of contemporary business and economy Journal of Management Studies, 44, (4), pp. 656-668. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-6486.2007.00705.x).

Salter, Brian, Cooper, Melinda, Dickins, Amanda and Cardo, Valentina (2007) Stem cell science in India: emerging economies and the politics of globalization Regenerative Medicine, 2, (1), pp. 75-89. (doi:10.2217/17460751.2.1.75).

Turney, Jo (2007) (ad)dressing the Century In, Hayward, M. and Kramer, E. (eds.) Text and Textiles. London, GB, Archetype Publications Ltd

Turney, Jo and Harden, Rosemary (2007) Floral frocks: the floral printed dress from 1900 to Today, Woodbridge, GB, ACC Art Books, 144pp.

Turney, Joanne (2007) Mindful knitting: escape, catharsis and contemplation through repetitive craftwork At Repeat/Repeat, United Kingdom. 19 - 20 Apr 2007.

Turney, Joanne (2007) Pick of the bunch: the floral printed dress in the 20thC

Turney, Joanne (2007) Releasing the Tension: making meaning through mindful knitting In, Follett, G. and Valentine, L. (eds.) New Craft; Future Voices. Dundee, GB, University of Dundee Press

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