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The beginnings of that freedom, Parliament in the Making (2015)

Birrell, Ross (2015) The beginnings of that freedom, Parliament in the Making (2015). Westminster Hall, UK Parliament, Palace of Westminster, London, 20 January -12 December 2015 [Show/Exhibition]

A Beautiful Living Thing (2015)

Birrell, Ross, Crotch, Joanne and Watt, Hugh (2015) A Beautiful Living Thing (2015). [Video]

Where language ends

Birrell, Ross and Harding, David (2015) Where language ends. Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, 14 March - 2 May 2015 [Show/Exhibition]

Graham Fagen

Brown, Katrina, Curtis, Penelope, Welsh, Louise and Byatt, Lucy (2015) Graham Fagen. In: Graham Fagen. Hospitalfield, Arbroath, pp. 118-123. ISBN 9780993227509

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Ballet of the Palette

Clements, Neil (2015) Ballet of the Palette. Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, 20 Feb 2015 - 26 Jan 2016 [Show/Exhibition]

A Beautiful Living Thing

Crotch, Joanna and Birrell, Ross (2015) A Beautiful Living Thing. In: Reading Architecture Across the Arts and Humanities, 5-6 Dec 2015, University of Stirling, UK.

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"And when you’re ready, slowly open your eyes..."

Edbrook, Laura (2015) "And when you’re ready, slowly open your eyes...". Multiplicity, 5.

Art is Elsewhere: Radical Subjectivity and Deviant Voices in the Means and Production of Art and its Discourses

Edbrook, Laura (2015) Art is Elsewhere: Radical Subjectivity and Deviant Voices in the Means and Production of Art and its Discourses. In: Interactions with the Real, 21 Nov 2015, Royal Holloway, University of London.

The Subject's Object

Edbrook, Laura (2015) The Subject's Object. Material Press.

'Thank you for writing to me so often, you are revealing yourself to me in the only way you can', Sick Sick Sick: The Books of Ornery Women

Edbrook, Laura (2015) 'Thank you for writing to me so often, you are revealing yourself to me in the only way you can', Sick Sick Sick: The Books of Ornery Women. In: Northeastern Modern Language Association Annual Convention, 2015, Toronto, Ontario.

Thank you for writing to me so often, you are revealing yourself to me in the only way you can: ‘Sick, Sick, Sick’: The Books of Ornery Women

Edbrook, Laura (2015) Thank you for writing to me so often, you are revealing yourself to me in the only way you can: ‘Sick, Sick, Sick’: The Books of Ornery Women. MAP Magazine.

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A Living Man Declared Dead and its Ground of Displacement

Greenman, Benjamin (2015) A Living Man Declared Dead and its Ground of Displacement. In: Association of Art Historians Conference, 9-11 Apr 2015, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.

Embracing feminism: TEN.8 photographic magazine and the Greenham women’s peace protest

Guy, L.E. (2015) Embracing feminism: TEN.8 photographic magazine and the Greenham women’s peace protest. Photoworks (22).

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Beyond Perception

Hodson, Elizabeth (2015) Beyond Perception. SRUC, Aberdeenshire, 1- 4 September 2015 [Show/Exhibition]

The Line As Mediator: Mapping the Lacuna in Contemporary Icelandic Art

Hodson, Elizabeth (2015) The Line As Mediator: Mapping the Lacuna in Contemporary Icelandic Art. Journal of Visual Art Practice, 14 (1). pp. 28-43. ISSN 1470-2029

Visibility in the Gallery: Anthropology as Curating Co-Authorship

Hodson, Elizabeth (2015) Visibility in the Gallery: Anthropology as Curating Co-Authorship. In: Drawing Conversations: Collective and Collaborative Drawing, December 2015, Coventry University.

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The Raven's Song

Paul, Nalini and Hiley, Catherine (2015) The Raven's Song. Catherine Hiley and Nalini Paul, Edinburgh. ISBN 9781910437247

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Post-Feminism’s Confessional Mode as Discursive Decoy: The Misclassification of Natasha Merritt

Smith, Sarah (2015) Post-Feminism’s Confessional Mode as Discursive Decoy: The Misclassification of Natasha Merritt. In: Console-ing Passions: International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media and Feminism, 18-20 Jun 2015, Dublin, Ireland.

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Collected Gnommero

Tripp, Sarah, Bailey, Giles, Barker, Ruth, Beasley, Becky, Benera, Anca, Betteridge, Tom, de Briey, Nathalie, Bright, Kimberley, Brownrigg, Jenny, Bojanowska, Maria, Burns, Barry, Davidson, Neil, Disbury, Rachael, Easton, Rowena, Edbrook, Laura, Elkin, Kathryn, Fallon, Stuart, Grenyer, Kate, Hall, Lauren, Hartshorn, Jane, Hogarth, Jamie, Hutchinson, Simone, Knight, Ben, Lafferty, Mhari, Li, Chin, Matsumoto, Lila, McCallum, Eona, McStravick, Conal, Mistretta, Giuseppe, Morgan, Charlotte, Morrell, Kate, Omann, Aniara, Paige, Steven, Potter, Jessica, Rhymes, Darren, Schrag, Anthony, Simpson, Laura, Skinner, Carrie, Shelley, Louise, Sowerby, Katherine, Speed, Emily, Staff, Patrick, Street, Catherine, Taylor, Richard, Tendink, Iris, Tolmie, Cara, Varley, Tom, Walker, Chris, Walker, Thom, Watson, Daniella, Wells, Lauren, Wilcox, Rebecca and Ziffo, George (2015) Collected Gnommero. Gnommero . Independently published, Glasgow.

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