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Boyce, Sonia (2022) Feeling Her Way. [Art/Design Item]

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Barokka, Khairani (2022) matrihaemoglobin. Cordite Poetry Review, 104. ISSN 1328-2107

Barokka, Khairani (2021) in which i hypnotise a tiger. [Art/Design Item] Item not available online.

Barokka, Khairani (2021) Fence and Repetition: A History of Climate Change. [Art/Design Item] Item not available online.

Barokka, Khairani (2021) mati lampu, jakarta. [Art/Design Item] Item not available online.

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Barokka, Khairani (2021) Ultimatum Orangutan. Nine Arches Press. ISBN 978-1-913437-09-1

Barokka, Khairani (2021) (before firewood prays, she hears). [Art/Design Item] Item not available online.

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Barokka, Khairani (2020) “Resetting” Extraction and Ableist, Colonial Pandemic Manifestations. Indian Journal of Critical Disability Studies, 1 (1). pp. 68-70.

Barokka, Khairani (2020) This past one year (2017). In: Field Notes on Survival. Bad Betty Press. ISBN 978-1-913268-12-1 Item not available online.

Barokka, Khairani (2020) extraction rumination, in the words of the lithosphere. In: Field Notes on Survival. Bad Betty Press. ISBN 978-1-913268-12-1 Item not available online.

Barokka, Khairani (2020) how to avoid one's self as a vulnerable person in a pandemic. In: Field Notes on Survival. Bad Betty Press. ISBN 978-1-913268-12-1 Item not available online.

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Barokka, Khairani (2020) Hurt and Words: On Language and Pain in Public. Feminist Review, 125. ISSN 1466-4380

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Barokka, Khairani (2020) How to Make Art in a Pandemic? Art Monthly, 437. ISSN 0142-6702

Barokka, Khairani (2018) Eropa | mediterranean lyric. [Art/Design Item] Item not available online.

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Barokka, Khairani (2017) Rope. Nine Arches Press. ISBN 9781911027232

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Barokka, Khairani (2017) Deaf-accessibility for spoonies: lessons from touring Eve and Mary Are Having Coffee while chronically ill. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 22 (3). pp. 387-392. ISSN 1470-112X

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Barokka, Khairani (2016) Indigenous Species. Tilted Axis Press. ISBN 9781911284048

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Barokka, Khairani (2016) HEAT: A Southeast Asian Urban Anthology. Fixi Novo. ISBN 978-9670954363

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Cogo, Alessia and Odeniyi, Victoria (2021) Decolonizing the language curriculum: International arts students challenging Anglonormativity through English as a Lingua Franca. In: Durham Centre for Academic Development (DCAD) Seminar Series, 10 June 2021, Durham University. Item not available online.

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie and Rutherford, Ananda (2022) Making the Case for Slow Cataloguing. In: Collections Trust 2022 Annual Conference: Rethinking Cataloguing, 6 October 2022, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield.

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie and Puri Purini, Ilaria (2022) Doing the Work: Embedding Anti-Racism and Decolonisation in Museum Practice. Contemporary Art Society and UAL Decolonising Arts Institute, London, UK. ISBN 978-1-7397065-0-0

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2022) Time looping: cyclical pasts and speculative futures in the work of Keith Piper. In: Keith Piper: Jet Black Futures. The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, England, pp. 39-68. ISBN 978-1-907363-17-7

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie and Rutherford, Ananda (2021) Against a New Orthodoxy: Decolonised “Objectivity” in the Cataloguing and Description of Artworks. In: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art.

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2020) Why Words Matter: The Impact of Art Museum Interpretation on the Production of Art’s Histories. In: From De-Colonial to Anti-Colonial: What's Next for Museum Interpretation?, 26 November 2020, National Portrait Gallery, online.

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie and Sheldon, Julie (2020) 'A Dissident View': Bluecoat Exhibitions, 1967-2005. In: Bluecoat, Liverpool: The UK's first arts centre. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, pp. 145-174. ISBN 978-1-78962-163-1 Item not available online.

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Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2019) Sonia Boyce: Beyond Blackness. NKA Journal of Contemporary African Art, 2019 (45). pp. 62-73. ISSN 1075-7163

Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2019) Hidden in Plain Sight: Black Artists in Public Collections. In: Archives and Embodiment, 4-5 July 2019, University of the Arts London. Item not available online.

Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2019) Together We Can Go Far: Black British Artist Collectives and Groups since the 1960s. In: Queer Modernisms III, 25-26 April 2019, University of Oxford. Item not available online.

Dalal-Clayton, Anjalie (2016) Challenging Narratives? The Framing of Black Artists in Afro Modern. In: Now & Then, Here & There: Black Artists & Modernism, 6-9 October 2016, Tate Britain. Item not available online.

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Eve, Martin Paul and Gadie, Robert and Odeniyi, Victoria and Parvin, Shahina (2022) Reviewing the Reviewers: Training Neural Networks to Read Peer Review Reports. In: Archives, Access and Artificial Intelligence: Working with Born-Digital and Digitized Archival Collections. Bielefeld University Press, Germany, pp. 131-156. ISBN 978-3-8376-5584-1

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Eve, Martin Paul and Neylon, Cameron and O'Donnell, Daniel Paul and Moore, Samuel and Gadie, Robert and Odeniyi, Victoria and Parvin, Shahina (2021) Reading Peer Review: PLOS ONE and Institutional Change in Academia. Elements in Publishing and Book Culture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9781108742702

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Igwe, Onyeka (2021) Unbossed and Unbound: How can critical proximity transfigure British colonial moving images? PhD thesis, University of the Arts London. Item availablity restricted.

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lok, susan pui san (2022) Centenary. [Art/Design Item]

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lok, susan pui san (2022) REWIND/REPLAY. [Show/Exhibition]

Lin, Yu Lun (2021) Power and Fashion Education. In: UAL Education Conference 2021, 6-7 July 2021, Online. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2021) Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier: Three Decades, Four Moments. Art History, 44 (3). pp. 624-649. ISSN 0141-6790

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lok, susan pui san (2021) Whose Histories? In: Global Britain: Decolonising Art's Histories, 21 June 2021, Online.

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lok, susan pui san and Boyle, Tiffany (2021) susan pui san lok: seven x seven – Courtauld x GSA x GI2021. In: susan pui san lok: seven x seven – Courtauld x GSA x GI2021, 17 June 2021, Online.

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lok, susan pui san (2021) seven x seven. [Show/Exhibition]

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lok, susan pui san (2021) between the voice between the words between the work between us. Oxford Art Journal, 43 (2). pp. 195-219. ISSN 0142-6540 Item availablity restricted.

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lok, susan pui san (2021) Tiohtià:kee, Tāmaki Makaurau - somewhere over the under, beneath the between. In: GAX: Ngā Tai o te Ao: Global Tides. ST PAUL St Publishing, AUT & Asian/Pacific/American Institute NYU, Auckland, New Zealand, pp. 114-118. ISBN 978-0-9941144-6-4 Item availablity restricted.

Lin, Yu Lun (2020) Creative practice and social responsibility. In: Learning and Teaching Conference 2020, 17 March 2020, University of the Arts London. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2020) Contribution to 'Decolonising Art History'. Art History, 43 (1). pp. 34-38. ISSN 0141 6790

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lok, susan pui san (2019) Found and Lost – A Genealogy of Waste? In: Conceptualism: Intersectional Readings, International Framings. Van Abbemuseum, NL, pp. 68-94. ISBN 9 789490 757199 Item availablity restricted.

lok, susan pui san (2019) Fast Forward, Rewind - Slow, Slow, Quick, Quick, Slow. In: Fast Forward: How Do Women Work?, 30 November - 2 December 2019, Tate Modern, London. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2019) We Will Be. In: The Place Is Here: The Work of Black Artists in 1980s Britain. Sternberg Press, Berlin, pp. 14-19. ISBN 9783956794667

lok, susan pui san and Orlando, Sophie (2018) Revising, Reimagining - Whose Past? Whose Future? In: Revisiting the Past, Reimagining the Future, 22 November 2018, De Nieuwe Liefde, Amsterdam. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2018) Found and Lost / Waste and Dust – Shimizu, Takahashi, Phaophanit / Oboussier. In: Tampered Emotions - Lust for Dust, 28 June - 1 July 2018, Triangle France, Marseilles.

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lok, susan pui san (2018) Testing, Contesting. In: Contesting British Chinese Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 85-100. ISBN 978-3-319-71159-1

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lok, susan pui san (2018) Through the Gate / An(g)archivery. In: Deviant Practice. Van Abbemuseum, Netherlands, pp. 176-209. ISBN 9 789082 890501 Item availablity restricted.

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Lin, Yu Lun and Stephens, Tim (2017) Play. In: Research_Alive RCA, 9 June 2017, Royal College of Art. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2017) D/Eluding Definition. In: 30 Years of CFCCA. Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, pp. 118-133. ISBN 9780957633254

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lok, susan pui san (2017) An(g)archivery. [Art/Design Item]

Lin, Yu Lun (2016) Rite of Passage. In: Research_Alive NYC, 16 Nov 2016, Fashion Institute of Technology. Item not available online.

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lok, susan pui san (2015) RoCH Fan. [Art/Design Item]

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lok, susan pui san (2004) A - Y: Of ‘British Chinese’ Art. PhD thesis, University of East London.

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Odeniyi, Victoria and Hjelde, Katrine (2022) Decolonising the crit? In: EdEx 2022, 11-12 July 2022, Online. Item not available online.

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Odeniyi, Victoria (2022) Reimagining Conversations. Project Report. University of the Arts London. (Unpublished)

Odeniyi, Victoria (2021) Gentle Activism: Decolonising the arts curriculum through translanguaging. In: MOSAIC Research Seminar, 3 November 2021, University of Birmingham, Online. Item not available online.

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Odeniyi, Victoria (2021) Conversations with Multilingual International Students. In: Academic Writing Seminar Series, 25 February 2021, UCL IOE London. Item not available online.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2021) Decolonising Arts: Reflections on ethnography and Critical Race Theory. In: BAAL Professional, Academic and Work-based literacies SIG: 3rd Annual Symposium - Creativity and collaboration in professional, academic and workplace literacies, 29 January 2021, Online. Item not available online.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2019) Class Teacher Report Writing in an East London School. In: The Professional, Academic and Work-based literacies (PAWBL) SIG, Symposium: Work, life, study: literacies in and out of institutions, 6 December 2019, Milton Keynes, UK. Item not available online.

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Odeniyi, Victoria and Lazar, Gillian (2019) Valuing the multilingual repertoires of students from African migrant communities at a London university. Journal of Language Culture and Communication, 33 (2). pp. 157-171. ISSN 1747-7573

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Oles, James and Selejan, Ileana L. (2019) War and Loss. In: Art_Latin_America Against the Survey. University of Texas Press, Davis Museum at Wellesley College. ISBN 978-1-4773-1909-3

Odeniyi, Victoria (2018) Multilingual repertoires as intercultural resources: what students from migrant communities bring to an English-dominant university. In: The ‘Good’ Interculturalist: International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication Conference, 29-31 August 2018, Helsinki, Finland. Item not available online.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2017) Reflections on interculturality in post-colonial spaces. In: Language, Communities and Moving Borders: Theories and Methodologies, 29 June 2017, The School of Advanced Study, University of London. Item not available online.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2016) Reflections on the road to becoming a critical interculturalist. In: UCL Centre for Applied Linguistics Seminar Series, December 2016, UCL Institute of Education, London. Item not available online.

Odeniyi, Victoria and Lazar, Gillian and Gimenez, Julio and Pitt, Alexandra (2016) Widening (linguistic) participation and pedagogy for inclusion: ways forward. In: ESRC seminar series ‘The Multilingual University’: The impact of linguistic diversity in higher education in English-dominant and EMI contexts, 8-9 July 2016, UCL Institute of Education, London.. Item not available online.

Odeniyi, Victoria (2016) When do learners become knowledge makers? Utilising resources and insider perspectives. In: Centre for Language Studies and Applied Linguistics Research Seminar Series, March 2016, Canterbury Christchurch University. Item not available online.

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Odeniyi, Victoria and Da Costa, Chrissie (2015) Challenging neo-racist discourses in HE. In: The stubborn persistence of racism: confronting racial inequality through education and action, 24-26 June 2015, The University of Edinburgh, UK. Item not available online.

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Odeniyi, Victoria (2015) The politics of remediation – cultural disbelief and non-traditional students. In: (En)Countering Native-speakerism: Global perspectives. Palgrave Advances in Language and Linguistics . Palgrave McMillan, pp. 161-176. ISBN 978-1-137-46350-0

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Odeniyi, Victoria (2010) Reciprocity and knowledge construction: the use of the personal in the creation of social science assignments. In: University Literacies: Knowledge, writing, disciplines conference, September 2010, Lille, France. Item not available online.

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Panesar, Lucy and Crilly, Jessica (2020) Decolonising Reading Lists. In: Decolonising the Curriculum – the library's role, 27 January 2020, Goldsmiths University.

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Rughani, Pratap (2022) Towards Restorative Narrative. In: It’s the Media Stupid! Essays in honour of Brian Winston 2022. Abramis Academic Publishing, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, pp. 151-162. ISBN 9781845497965

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2021) Vandalism as Symbolic Reparation: Imaginaries of Protest in Nicaragua. Cambridge Journal of Anthropology, 39 (2). ISSN 2047-7716

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2020) Women’s Work: Photographers of the Sandinista Revolution. Photography and Culture, 13 (3-4). pp. 339-355. ISSN 1751-4525

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2020) Actions Situations Possible Scenarios. Membrana, 4 (2). pp. 50-54. ISSN 2463-8501

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2019) The Burning House. In: Until it reached into our lives and destroyed the tranquility that we had. Fayetteville: Fine Arts Centre Gallery, New York.

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2017) Pictures in Dispute: Documentary photography in Sandinista Nicaragua. Photographies, 10 (3). pp. 283-302. ISSN 1754-0763 (Print), 1754-0771 (Online) Item availablity restricted.

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Selejan, Ileana L. and Campbell, Andrianna (2017) Margin of Life: Post-war Concerned Photography in Mexico and Guatemala, 1947–1960. In: Collaboration and its (Dis)Contents: Art, Architecture, and Photography since 1950. Courtauld Books Online. ISBN 978-1-907485-07-7

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2015) War in paradise: Solentiname and the Sandinista. Visual Studies, 30 (2). pp. 151-165. ISSN 1472-586X

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Selejan, Ileana L. (2014) The reVoltaire Archive, Slightly further than a million light-years away. NMC Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus. ISSN 1942-017X

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