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Dismantling Pre-Raphaelite Dress: Facts & Fictions in Women’s Artistic Sartorial Practices

Calvert, Robyne (2019) Dismantling Pre-Raphaelite Dress: Facts & Fictions in Women’s Artistic Sartorial Practices. In: Pre-Raphaelite Sisters: Making Art Conference, 12-13 December 2019, University of York.

Stranger Things: Locating Design in Science-Fiction and Fantasy Films and Television

Calvert, Robyne (2019) Stranger Things: Locating Design in Science-Fiction and Fantasy Films and Television. In: Association for Art History 2019 Annual Conference, 5-8 April 2019, Brighton, UK.

Introduction: Visualising the City

Heng, Terence and ONeill, Jesse (2019) Introduction: Visualising the City. Visual Ethnography, 8 (1). pp. 6-11. ISSN 2281-1605

Fashion 88: Life in a Northern Town

Jardine, Fiona Ann (2019) Fashion 88: Life in a Northern Town. Back to the Future: 1979 - 1989.

Greenwich to Stirling to Greenwich: Splendorous Impulses and Composed Ornaments

McCormack, Helen (2019) Greenwich to Stirling to Greenwich: Splendorous Impulses and Composed Ornaments. Splendour.

Superb Cabinets or Splendid Anachronisms? Anatomy, Natural History and Fine Arts in the London Town House

McCormack, Helen (2019) Superb Cabinets or Splendid Anachronisms? Anatomy, Natural History and Fine Arts in the London Town House. In: The Georgian London Town House: Building, Collecting and Display. Bloomsbury Visual Arts, pp. 169-190. ISBN 9781501337291

Thomas Pennant on the Isle of Bute

McCormack, Helen (2019) Thomas Pennant on the Isle of Bute. Curious Travellers.

Clean and Disciplined: The Garden City in Singapore

ONeill, Jesse (2019) Clean and Disciplined: The Garden City in Singapore. In: The Culture of Nature in the History of Design. Routledge, London and New York, pp. 89-102. ISBN 978-1-138-60192-5

The Desire for Design in 1960s Singapore

ONeill, Jesse (2019) The Desire for Design in 1960s Singapore. In: Making and Shaping Things in Creative Economies: From History to Present Day, 28–30 November 2019, Vilnius University, Kaunas, Lithuania.

Reorienting identities at the imperial fairground: British Malaya and North Borneo

ONeill, Jesse (2019) Reorienting identities at the imperial fairground: British Malaya and North Borneo. In: Design History Society Conference 2019: The Cost of Design, 5–7 September 2019, Northumbria University.

THE RAILWAY TRUCK CIGAR, CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO CASE

Oddy, Nicholas (2019) THE RAILWAY TRUCK CIGAR, CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO CASE. The Train Collector (50). pp. 25-29. ISSN 2516-0605

Danish Modernist Architecture and Furniture Design in Passenger Ship Interiors 1935-1965

Peter, Bruce (2019) Danish Modernist Architecture and Furniture Design in Passenger Ship Interiors 1935-1965. Mariner's Mirror, 105 (3). pp. 297-317. ISSN 0025-3359

Superfast: and the ships of Attica Group

Peter, Bruce (2019) Superfast: and the ships of Attica Group. Ferry Publications, Ramsey. ISBN 9781911268277

The impact of the talkies on Scottish cinema architecture 1927-1933

Peter, Bruce (2019) The impact of the talkies on Scottish cinema architecture 1927-1933. The Journal of Visual Culture, 20 (3). pp. 202-220. ISSN 1471-4787

Drawing for design: ergonomic thinking, body visualisation, and the legacies of the life room

Robertson, Frances (2019) Drawing for design: ergonomic thinking, body visualisation, and the legacies of the life room. In: Society for the History of Technology, Annual Meeting, 24-27 October 2019, Milan, Italy.

Power in the landscape: Regenerating the Scottish Highlands after the Second World War

Robertson, Frances (2019) Power in the landscape: Regenerating the Scottish Highlands after the Second World War. In: The Culture of Nature in the History of Design. Routledge, London, pp. 147-160. ISBN 9781138601918

Thomas Telford’s tour in the Highlands: shaping the wild landscape through word and image

Robertson, Frances (2019) Thomas Telford’s tour in the Highlands: shaping the wild landscape through word and image. In: Art and Science in Word and Image: Exploration and Discovery. Word and Image Interactions, 9 . Brill, pp. 159-173. ISBN 978-90-04-36110-2

'"I'll point you to a safer time/A better place to be"': Music, Nostalgia and Estrangement in Twin Peaks: The Return

Sweeney, David (2019) '"I'll point you to a safer time/A better place to be"': Music, Nostalgia and Estrangement in Twin Peaks: The Return. In: Twin Peaks: The Return - A Critical Anthology. Palgrave/Macmillan, Sitzerland, pp. 281-297. ISBN 9783030047979

"Ladies and gentlemen ... The Nine Inch Nails": Twin Peaks: The Return as Fictional World and Alternative Earth

Sweeney, David (2019) "Ladies and gentlemen ... The Nine Inch Nails": Twin Peaks: The Return as Fictional World and Alternative Earth. Journal of Supernatural Studies, 5 (2). pp. 76-94. ISSN 2470-203X; online ISSN: 2325-4866

The OA: A Critical Study of the Netflix Originals Series

Sweeney, David (2019) The OA: A Critical Study of the Netflix Originals Series. Constellations . Auteur Books, UK.

Scanned Clean: (Re)Reading the Work of Michael Marshall Smith in the Digital Age

Sweeney, David (2019) Scanned Clean: (Re)Reading the Work of Michael Marshall Smith in the Digital Age. Subterranean Press, USA.

'The Spirit of The Green' Mysticism, Environmentalism and Folk Horror in Marvel UK's The Knights of Pendragon

Sweeney, David (2019) 'The Spirit of The Green' Mysticism, Environmentalism and Folk Horror in Marvel UK's The Knights of Pendragon. In: Folk Horror in the 21st Century, 5-6 September 2019, Falmouth University, UK.

Writing Images as Programs: Coding as a challenge to the program of the camera apparatus

Weir, Catherine M. (2019) Writing Images as Programs: Coding as a challenge to the program of the camera apparatus. In: The Post-photographic Apparatus: International Conference, 14 - 15 November 2019, Lucerne University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Switzerland.

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