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Frances Robertson

  • lecturer, design, history, context
  • Design-Design Context & Theory
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3rd European Society for Literature and Science Conference, Paris

Robertson, Frances (2004) 3rd European Society for Literature and Science Conference, Paris. UNSPECIFIED.

Blueprints as master plans: Photo-mechanical reproduction, industrial duplication and the machine aesthetic

Robertson, Frances Blueprints as master plans: Photo-mechanical reproduction, industrial duplication and the machine aesthetic. Studies in Photography.

‘British Technical Draughtsmen in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century’

Robertson, Frances (2010) ‘British Technical Draughtsmen in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century’. In: 2010 American History of Science Society (HSS) Conference, Montreal, November 4-7 2010 http://www.hssonline.org/, 4-7 November 2010, Montreal.

Conference paper

Robertson, Frances (2006) Conference paper. UNSPECIFIED.

David Kirkaldy (1820-1897) and his museum of destruction: the visual dilemmas of an engineer as man of science

Robertson, Frances (2013) David Kirkaldy (1820-1897) and his museum of destruction: the visual dilemmas of an engineer as man of science. Endeavour, 37 (3). pp. 125-132. ISSN ISSN: 0160-9327, ESSN: 1873-1929

‘David Kirkaldy (1820-1897) and his museum of destruction: the visual dilemmas of an engineer as man of science’

Robertson, Frances (2012) ‘David Kirkaldy (1820-1897) and his museum of destruction: the visual dilemmas of an engineer as man of science’. Endeavour.

‘Dazzle Painting: the Art of Deceit in War’ Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History Vol.7 2002: pp. 7-12. ISSN 1362-248X

Robertson, Frances (2006) ‘Dazzle Painting: the Art of Deceit in War’ Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History Vol.7 2002: pp. 7-12. ISSN 1362-248X. UNSPECIFIED.

‘Delineating a rational profession: engineers and draughtsmen as ‘visual technicians’ in early nineteenth century Britain’

Robertson, Frances ‘Delineating a rational profession: engineers and draughtsmen as ‘visual technicians’ in early nineteenth century Britain’. In: Three Societies Meeting, Philadelphia, July 11-14, 2012, 11-14 July 2012, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.

‘Delineating a rational profession: engineers and draughtsmen as ‘visual technicians’’

Robertson, Frances ‘Delineating a rational profession: engineers and draughtsmen as ‘visual technicians’’. In: Centre de Recherches Texte/Image/Langage, University of Burgundy (Language and Communication)Seminar paper, March 2013 http://scientificillustrationdijon.blogspot.fr/, 22 March 2013, University of Burgundy, Dijon, France.

Delineating a rational profession: the machine drawings of engineers in early nineteenth century Britain

Robertson, Frances (2015) Delineating a rational profession: the machine drawings of engineers in early nineteenth century Britain. Text image online journal, 7.

‘Drawing distinctions: engineers, draughtsmen and artisans in nineteenth century Britain’

Robertson, Frances (2010) ‘Drawing distinctions: engineers, draughtsmen and artisans in nineteenth century Britain’. In: British Society for the History of Science Postgraduate Conference, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge, 5-7 January 2010, 5-7 January 2010, University of Cambridge.

‘Electric pastorale’

Robertson, Frances (2014) ‘Electric pastorale’. The Drouth, 47.

‘Flower power: designers, printers and home dressmakers draw up 1960s fashion’

Robertson, Frances (2015) ‘Flower power: designers, printers and home dressmakers draw up 1960s fashion’. In: Fashion, the 84th Anglo-American Conference of Historians, Senate House, University of London 2-3 July 2015, 2-3 July 2015, Senate House, University of London.

Frequent, drizzling, genial showers: imperial forest science, clean water and industrial Glasgow

Robertson, Frances (2014) Frequent, drizzling, genial showers: imperial forest science, clean water and industrial Glasgow. In: British Association for Victorian Studies Annual Conference, 4-6 September 2014, University of Kent.

“In the Mind’s Eye: Technical Drawing in France and England, 1800-1850” for the 2010 American History of Science Society (HSS) Conference, Montreal, November 4-7 2010 http://www.hssonline.org/

Robertson, Frances (2005) “In the Mind’s Eye: Technical Drawing in France and England, 1800-1850” for the 2010 American History of Science Society (HSS) Conference, Montreal, November 4-7 2010 http://www.hssonline.org/. UNSPECIFIED.

Involuntary presence: copying, printing, and multiplying line

Robertson, Frances (2016) Involuntary presence: copying, printing, and multiplying line. Tracey: Online Journal of Contemporary Drawing Research. ISSN 1742-3570

James Nasmyth's images of the moon landscape

Robertson, Frances (2004) James Nasmyth's images of the moon landscape. In: 3rd European conference: Society of literature and science.

Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History

Robertson, Frances (2001) Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History. UNSPECIFIED.

Malleable objects: iron, empire and narratives of culture

Robertson, Frances (2013) Malleable objects: iron, empire and narratives of culture. In: ISCH 2013 annual conference: 'Artefacts, Culture, and Identity',, 11-14 September, Istanbul.

Manufacturing the visual economy in nineteenth century Britain

Robertson, Frances (2012) Manufacturing the visual economy in nineteenth century Britain. In: International Society for Cultural History, Luneville 2012, 2-5 July, 2-5 July, Chateau Luneville,.

North East Victorian Studies conference, MIT, Cambridge Mass.

Robertson, Frances (2007) North East Victorian Studies conference, MIT, Cambridge Mass. UNSPECIFIED.

Power in the landscape: Regenerating the Scottish Highlands after WWII

Robertson, Frances (2014) Power in the landscape: Regenerating the Scottish Highlands after WWII. In: Reconstructing minds conference, Conference at the University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland, 25–27 August 2014, 25-27 August 2014, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland, 25–27 August 2014.

Print Culture

Robertson, Frances (2013) Print Culture. New directions in cultural history . Routledge, New York and London. ISBN 978-0-415-57417-4

‘ Private spaces : collective pages’

Robertson, Frances (2009) ‘ Private spaces : collective pages’. TRACEY. ISSN 1742-3570

Publication: ‘The Aesthetics of Authenticity: Banknotes as Industrial Currency’ Technology and Culture Vol. 46, No.1 January 2005: pp. 31-50 John Hopkins University Press ISSN 0040-165X

Robertson, Frances (2005) Publication: ‘The Aesthetics of Authenticity: Banknotes as Industrial Currency’ Technology and Culture Vol. 46, No.1 January 2005: pp. 31-50 John Hopkins University Press ISSN 0040-165X. Vol.46 No. 1. pp. 31-50.

Publication: ‘Vision and Illusion: Photography, the moon landscape and SFX model-making’ Visual Knowledges Conference Proceedings Online University of Edinburgh 17-20 Sept. 2003 ISBN 0 9532713 31

Robertson, Frances (2003) Publication: ‘Vision and Illusion: Photography, the moon landscape and SFX model-making’ Visual Knowledges Conference Proceedings Online University of Edinburgh 17-20 Sept. 2003 ISBN 0 9532713 31. Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History, ume. ISSN 1362-248X

Re-Drafting Patterns of Femininity: Alternative Print Cultures, Domestic Sewing, and Women Textile Designers

Robertson, Frances (2016) Re-Drafting Patterns of Femininity: Alternative Print Cultures, Domestic Sewing, and Women Textile Designers. In: International Society for Cultural History Conference: Genders and Generations, 18-22 Jul 2016, Trieste, Italy.

Ruling the line: learning to draw in the first age of mechanical reproduction

Robertson, Frances (2011) Ruling the line: learning to draw in the first age of mechanical reproduction. PhD thesis, Glasgow School of Art.

Technology and Culture

Robertson, Frances (2005) Technology and Culture. UNSPECIFIED.

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

Robertson, Frances (2016) Thomas Telford’s tour in the Highlands: shaping the wild landscape through word and image. Riddles of Form: Exploration and Discovery in Word and Image, the conference volume from the 2014 triennial of the IAWIS/AlERTI.

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

Robertson, Frances (2014) ‘Thomas Telford’s tour in the Highlands: shaping the wild landscape through word and image’. In: Tenth IAWIS Triennial Conference: Riddles of Form: Exploration and Discovery in Word and Image, at University of Dundee Monday 11 - Friday 15 August 2014, 11-15 August 2014, University of Dundee Monday 11 - Friday 15 August 2014.

Vision and Illusion: Photography, the moon landscape and SFX model-making

Robertson, Frances (2003) Vision and Illusion: Photography, the moon landscape and SFX model-making. In: Visual Knowledges.

Visual Knowledges

Robertson, Frances (2007) Visual Knowledges. UNSPECIFIED.

Visual Knowledges online conference proceedings

Robertson, Frances (2003) Visual Knowledges online conference proceedings. UNSPECIFIED.

Water treatment: diving into the Firth of Clyde

Robertson, Frances (2015) Water treatment: diving into the Firth of Clyde. The Drouth, 52. p. 30. ISSN 1474 6190

‘William Johnson (1823-1864) and the ‘world of industrial readers’

Robertson, Frances (2010) ‘William Johnson (1823-1864) and the ‘world of industrial readers’. In: Literary engineers: Cultures of reading and writing in the engineering profession, 1800-1950 Invited participant to this workshop/conference at the University of Aberdeen, sponsored by the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, Aberd, March 17 2010, University of Aberdeen.

‘The geometric poetry of graphic art’

Robertson, Frances (2012) ‘The geometric poetry of graphic art’. The Drouth, 41. pp. 33-39. ISSN 1474 6190

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