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2010

Tynan, Jane (2010) Khaki: collective disciplines and the design of the civilian soldier in British popular culture. In: Association of American Geographers Meeting, April 2010, Washington DC. (Unpublished)

Tynan, Jane (2010) Khaki: fashioning civilian bodies for war. In: War and the Body, June 2010, Imperial War Museum, London. (Unpublished)

Tynan, Jane (2010) Khaki; army clothing and architectures of surveillance. In: Ordnance: War, Architecture and Space, September 2010, University College Cork in Ireland. (Unpublished)

Tynan, Jane (2010) Knitting for Victory: Military Chic in Fashion Knitwear. In: Unravel: Knitwear in Fashion. Editions Lannoo SA, Tielt, Belgium, pp. 39-45. ISBN 9789020995992

2011

Tynan, Jane (2011) Regulating the body in army manuals and trade guides: the design of the First World War khaki service dress. In: Writing Design: Words and Objects. Berg, Oxford, UK, pp. 93-102. ISBN 9781847889553

2012

Tynan, Jane (2012) 'Quakers in khaki': Conscientious Objectors' Resistance to Uniform Clothing in First World War Britain. In: Representations of Peace and Conflict. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780230298668

2013

Tynan, Jane (2013) British Army Uniform and the First World War: Men in Khaki. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9780230301573

2018

Behr, Bernd (2018) Learning from Renningen: On the Perceptual Architectures of Self-driving Cars. In: Research Fellowship Lecture, 26 January 2018, Bosch Research Campus, Renningen, Germany.

Behr, Bernd (2018) The Unknown Known: Prehistories of Machine Vision. In: Associate Forum, 25 September 2017, Bosch Research Campus, Renningen, Germany.

2020

Tynan, Jane (2020) Images of Insurgency: reading the Cuban Revolution through military aesthetics and embodiment. In: Making War on Bodies: militarisation, aesthetics and embodiment in international politics. Advances in Critical Military Studies . Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 213-241. ISBN 978-1-4744-4618-1

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