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Number of items at this level: 85.

2001

Tulloch, Carol and Cole, Shaun (2001) Day of Record, Nails, Weaves and Naturals: Black British Hairstyle and Nail Art. [Show/Exhibition]

Dakers, Caroline (2001) Yours affectionately, Angelo. The letters of Edward Burne-Jones and Frances Horner. British Art Journal. pp. 16-21. ISSN 1467 2006

Albano, Caterina (2001) Visible Bodies: Cartography and Anatomy. In: Literature, Mapping and Politics in Early Modern English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 89-106. ISBN 0521803772

2002

Fried, Klaus (2002) Red Army Friction.

2003

Schaaf, Larry (2003) The Correspondence of William Henry Fox Talbot. [Art/Design Item]

McMillan, Michael (2003) The 'West Indian" Front Room in the African Diaspora. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, 7 (3/4). pp. 1-18. ISSN 1362-704X

Albano, Caterina (2003) Within the Frame: Self-Starvation and the Making of Culture. In: Framing and Imaginary Disease in Cultural History. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 51-65. ISBN 1403912920

2004

Tulloch, Carol and Cole, Shaun (2004) Black British Style. [Show/Exhibition]

Tulloch, Carol (2004) Black Style. V&A Publications, London. ISBN 1851774246

Skelton, Pam (2004) Restretching the Canvas. In: Unframed: Practices and Politics of Women's Contemporary Painting. I.B. Tauris, London, pp. 162-183. ISBN 1860647723

Edwards, Bronwen (2004) Making the West End modern: space, architecture and shopping in 1930s London. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Bartlett, Djurdja (2004) Let Them Wear Beige: The Petit-Bourgeois World of Official Socialist Dress. Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, 8 (12). pp. 127-164. ISSN 1362-704X

2005

de la Haye, Amy (2005) Cinderellas in Breeches. Selvedge. ISSN 1742254X

Rennie, Paul (2005) London squares. In: Wearing propaganda. Yale University Press, pp. 229-239. ISBN 0-300-10924-5

2007

Skelton, Pam (2007) Conspiracy Dwellings [public art project]. [Show/Exhibition]

Fried, Klaus (2007) Gone to the Dogs. [Art/Design Item]

Edwards, Elizabeth (2007) Samuel Butler's Photography: Observation and the Dynamic Past. In: Samuel Butler, Victorian Against the Grain: a Critical Overview. University of Toronto Press, Canada, pp. 251-286. ISBN 0802097456

Dakers, Caroline (2007) Letters from a 19th Century Merchant on the Grand Tour 1826-1827. In: International Society of Cultural Historians, 2007, University of Ghent. (Unpublished)

2008

Tulloch, Carol and Gregory, Ruth and Shelton, Syd (2008) A Riot of Our Own. [Show/Exhibition]

Tulloch, Carol (2008) Connecting the Dots: Networks on Dress and the African Diaspora. In: Networks of Design, Design History Annual Conference, 3rd - 6th September 2008, University College Falmouth. (Unpublished)

Tulloch, Carol (2008) Photographic Archives and Dress History. In: Nostalgia Symposium, 26th June 2008, Winchester School of Art. (Unpublished)

Tulloch, Carol (2008) Resounding Power of the Afro Comb. In: Hair: Styling, Culture and Fashion. Berg, Oxford and New York, pp. 123-139. ISBN 9781845207922

Tulloch, Carol (2008) Text panels for 'The Story of the Supremes' exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]

Tulloch, Carol (2008) What’s the Connection? Dress as Auto/Biography in the Jamaican Memories and the Shelton Family Personal Archive. In: Keeping Up Appearances: Dress & Auto/Biography Study Group Christmas Conference, 18th December 2008, Institute of Education. (Unpublished)

Sabin, Roger (2008) 19th Century Cartoon Representations of “Funny Foreigners”. In: International Comedy Conference, June 2008, Salford University. (Unpublished)

Sabin, Roger (2008) Whose Cultural History? The problem of Firsts. In: Orientations, August 2008, Ghent University, Belgium. (Unpublished)

2009

de la Haye, Amy (2009) Land Girls: Cinderellas of the Soil. [Show/Exhibition]

Tulloch, Carol (2009) Familial Dress Relations and the West Indian Front Room. In: The Front Room: Migrant Aesthetics in the Home. Black Dog, London, pp. 94-99. ISBN 9781906155858

Tulloch, Carol (2009) How Jackson Dressed to Impress. Black History 365, 3 (2).

Tulloch, Carol (2009) Just One Shot. In: MA Photography Lecture, 12th March 2009, University of Bolton, UK. (Unpublished)

Tulloch, Carol (2009) Style Fashion Dress: From Black to Post-Black. In: Fashioning Diasporas, 15th - 16th May 2009, V&A Museum, London. (Unpublished)

Tulloch, Carol (2009) Style—Fashion—Dress: From Black to Post-Black. In: 16th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, 27th - 31st July 2009, Kunming, China. (Unpublished)

Tulloch, Carol (2009) A riot of our own: style, blackness and new directions. In: Subculture and Style, 13 - 14 February 2009, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. (Unpublished)

McMillan, Michael (2009) The Front Room: Migrant Aesthetics in the Front Room. Black Dog Publishing, London. ISBN 978-1-906155-85-8

McMillan, Michael (2009) The West Indian Front Room: Reflections on a Diasporic Phenomenon. Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism, 13 (28). pp. 135-156. ISSN 0799-0537

Kelley, Victoria (2009) The Interpretation of Surface: Boundaries, Systems and Their Transgression in Clothing and Domestic Textiles, c. 1880-1939. Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, 7 (2). pp. 216-235. ISSN 14759756

Kelley, Victoria (2009) ‘The Virtues of a Drop of Cleansing Water’: domestic work and cleanliness in the British working classes, 1880–1914. Women's History Review, 18 (5). pp. 719-735. ISSN 0961-2025

Dakers, Caroline (2009) J.B. Papworth and his patron James Morrison. In: Bloomsbury Project conference, 2009, Wellcome Institute, London. (Unpublished)

2010

Tulloch, Carol and Shelton, Syd (2010) Rock Against Racism: 12 Points of Reference. In: Re/Positionierung: Critical Whiteness/Perspectives of Color. Neue Gesellschaft für Blidende Kunst, Berlin, pp. 226-283. ISBN 9783938515273

Tulloch, Carol (2010) Dress and the African Diaspora Network’. In: Diasporas, Migration and Identities Final Conference, 10th February 2010, Tate Britain, London. (Unpublished)

Tulloch, Carol (2010) Good Golly, Bad Golly.

Tulloch, Carol (2010) Thinking Through Dress, African Diaspora and Diaspora. In: Global Exhibitions: Contemporary Art and the African Diaspora, 19th February 2010, Tate Liverpool, UK. (Unpublished)

Kelley, Victoria (2010) Soap and water: cleanliness, dirt and the working classes in Victorian and Edwardian Britain. I. B. Tauris, London. ISBN 9781848850521

Grainger, Hilary J and Jupp, Peter C (2010) The Remarkable Rise of Cremation in a Scottish City: Glasgow 1930-1962. In: The Cremation and Burial Conference, July 2010, Stratford on Avon. (Unpublished)

Dirix, Emmanuelle (2010) Home comforts: the style of the new suburban interiors and the changing role of the housewife in the 1920s and 1930s. In: Suburbia Lecture Series, 22/2/210, London Transport Museum.

Dakers, Caroline (2010) John Buonarotti Papworth, architect-designer in pre-Victorian London. In: Bloomsbury Day, March 2010. (Unpublished)

Dakers, Caroline (2010) The collection of James Morrison 1789-1857, merchant, financier and the richest commoner in 19th century Britain. In: Institute d’Etudes Superieures des Arts Conference, January 2010, Musee Cernuschi, Paris. (Unpublished)

Bartlett, Djurdja (2010) Fashion East: the spectre that haunted socialism. In: Centre for South-East European Studies Seminar Series 2010-11, 01 February 2011, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Bartlett, Djurdja (2010) FashionEast: the spectre that haunted socialism. MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. ISBN 9780262026505

2012

Quinn, Malcolm (2012) Utilitarianism and the Art School in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Pickering and Chatto, London, UK. ISBN 9781848932982

Gamman, Lorraine (2012) Afterword - The lie that told the truth? Reviewing Shirley Pitts shoplifting scripts and criminal masquerade as creative practice. In: Gone shopping: the story of Shirley Pitts - queen of thieves. Bloomsbury Books, London. ISBN 9781448209712

Gamman, Lorraine (2012) Gone shopping: the story of Shirley Pitts - queen of thieves. Bloomsbury Books, London. ISBN 9781448209712 (re-issue), 9780451182586 (original)

2013

Glavey, Paul (2013) The Great Escape: Imagining Wartime at British 1940s Vintage Events. In: Tourism and the shifting values of cultural heritage: visiting pasts, developing futures: international conference, Taipei, Taiwan, April 5-9 2013. Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham. ISBN 9780704428393

2014

Ball, Steven and Novaković, Rastko (2014) Concrete Heart Land. [Art/Design Item]

2015

Quinn, Malcolm (2015) Pop Goes Taste. In: Late Tuesday: Good Taste/Bad Taste, 27 October 2015, RIBA.

McMillan, Michael, Dubmorphology (2015) Rockers, Soulheads & Lovers: Sound Systems back in da Day. [Show/Exhibition]

Kelley, Victoria (2015) 'Housekeeping: shine, polish, gloss and glaze as surface strategies in the domestic interior'. In: The Objects and Textures of Everyday Life in Imperial Britain. Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey / Burlington, VT, pp. 93-111. ISBN 9781409455189

Kelley, Victoria (2015) ‘The Streets for the People: London’s street markets 1850-1939’. Urban History. ISSN ISSN: 0963-9268

Dakers, Caroline (2015) Bohemians and Gentlemen. The representation of artists in British society 1850-1950. In: UAL Professorial Platform Series 2015-16, 26 October 2015, Central Saint Martins, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, King's Cross, London N1C 4AA.

2016

Tynan, Jane (2016) Researching the visual and material cultures of war and conflict. In: The Routledge Companion to Military Research Methods. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 301-316. ISBN 9781472442758

Sliwinska, Basia (2016) My body. My choice.’ I am a ‘some body’, not a ‘no body’! LYRA, 2.

Layzell, Richard (2016) Softly Softly 2 for Whitstable Biennale. [Show/Exhibition]

Baines, Jess (2016) Identity, solidarity and critique: Late 20th century radical printshops and the print unions. In: Printers unite! Print and protest from the early modern to the present, 3-4 November 2016, Marx Memorial Library, London.

2017

Tynan, Jane (2017) Status. In: A Cultural History of Dress and Fashion in the Modern Age. A Cultural History of Dress and Fashion, 6 . Bloomsbury, London, pp. 131-150. ISBN 978-0-85785-602-9

Quinn, Malcolm (2017) The Plot Against the Future. In: Memories of the Future: On Countervision. Cultural Memories (6). Peter Lang, Bern, pp. 33-48. ISBN 978-3-0343-1935-5

Guerrero-Rippberger, Sara Angel (2017) 30° from the Northern Tropic: Art, region and collective practices from urban Latin American and Arab worlds. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Cardwell, Thomas (2017) Still Life and Death Metal: Painting the Battle Jacket. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Butchart, Amber (2017) Fashion Illustration in Britain - Society and the Seasons. British Library, London. ISBN 978-0712352000

Butchart, Amber, Alfi Media (2017) From Rags to Riches.

Baines, Jess (2017) Engaging (Past) Participants: The Case of radicalprintshops.org. In: Innovative Methods in Media and Communication Research. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17-36. ISBN 978-3-319-40699-2

2018

Dakers, Caroline (2018) Fonthill Recovered A Cultural History. UCLPress, London. ISBN 978-1-78735-046-5

Dakers, Caroline (2018) 'Madeline Wyndham of Clouds and Mabel Morrison of Fonthill'. In: Women and the Country House in Ireland and Britain. Four Courts Press, Dublin, pp. 95-115. ISBN 978-1-84682-647-4

Athill, Charlie (2018) Who Are You Calling a Hackney Twat: Gender and Stigma in Media Represention. Journal of Extreme Anthropology, 2 (1). pp. 46-65. ISSN 2535-3241

2019

Lang, Ruth (2019) The Sociologist Within: The Disappearing Case of Margaret Willis in the LCC Architect’s Department. In: Architecture and Bureaucracy: Entangled Sites of Knowledge Production and Exchange, 30-31 October 2019, Muntpunt, Brussels.

2020

Kinsella, Raymond (2020) Post-war Britain’s First Youth Subculture: The Bebop Scene in Soho, 1945–1950. PhD thesis, University of the Arts London.

Goodwin, Amy (2020) The Archive as an Illustrated Space for Disputed, ‘Dubious’ and Hidden Narratives: Employing an Original Concept of the Illustrative Turn in order to Re-establish Identities for Fairground Females within the Established Historical Record. PhD thesis, Norwich University of the Arts.

Crowley, Matthew (2020) Representations of Working-Class Masculinities in Post-War British Culture. Routledge, London. ISBN 978-0-367-18154-3

2021

Melvin, Jo (2021) Portable Sculpture: Fold up, pack down or made on the move sculpture. In: Portable Sculpture: Fold up, pack down or made on the move sculpture Online Lecture, 18 August 2021, Henry Moore Institute, Online.

Mahon, Kieran (2021) Transactive Environments: The Architecture of Progressive Education at Dartington Hall School. PhD thesis, University College London.

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.

2022

Mackinnon, Lee (2022) Love, Games and Gamification: Gambling and Gaming as Techniques of Modern Romantic Love. Theory Culture and Society. ISSN 0263-2764

2023

Stevenson, Caroline (2023) We are but Shadows: Stories of Immigration in London's East End. In: Lucy Orta, Traces: Stories of Migration. University of the Arts London. ISBN 978-1-906908-84-3

O'Neill, Jesse (2023) Order and Cleanliness: Singapore’s Public Bathhouses of the 1880s. BiblioAsia, 19 (1). pp. 28-37. ISSN 0219-8126

Daniels, Gabriela (2023) The Cult of Beauty. [Show/Exhibition]

2024

Roberts, Cheryl (2024) “Furland”: Global Fur and Empires of Fashion Materialities in 1930s London. In: Material Selves. Material Cultures in Art & Design . Bloomsbury. (In Press)

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