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Authored Book

Arciszewska, Barbara and McKellar, Elizabeth (2004). Articulating British classicism: New approaches in Eighteenth Century architecture. Reinterpreting classicism: culture, reaction and appropriation. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Barker, Emma (2005). Greuze and the painting of sentiment. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Benton, Tim (2006). The Modernist Home. London: Victoria and Albert Museum.

Benton, Tim (2007). The Villas of Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret 1920-1930. Basel, Switzerland: Birkhauser.

Benton, Tim (2007). Le Corbusier conférencier. Paris, France: Editions Le Moniteur.

Benton, Tim (2009). The Rhetoric of Modernism: Le Corbusier as Lecturer. Basel: Birkhäuser Publications.

Benton, Tim (2013). LC Foto: Le Corbusier Secret Photographer. Zurich: Lars Muller Publishers GmbH.

Benton, Tim; Cohen, Jean-Louis and Phaidon Editors (2008). Le Corbusier le Grand. London: Phaidon. file

Christian, Kathleen Wren (2010). Empire without End: Antiquities Collections in Renaissance Rome, c. 1350-1527. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Clarke, Richard; McKellar, Elizabeth and Symes, Michael (2005). Russell Square: a lifelong resource for teaching and learning. Birkbeck FCE Occasional paper, 5. London: Centre for European Protected Area Research (CEPAR), Birkbeck, University of London.

Cohen, Jean-Louis and Benton, Tim (2008). Le Corbusier the Great. London/New York: Phaidon.

Dumont D'Ayot, Catherine and Benton, Tim (2012). Le Corbusier's Pavilion for Zurich: Model and Prototype of an Ideal Exhibition Space. Ennetbaden: Lars Muller Verlag. file

Edwards, Stephen (2006). Photography: A Very Short Introduction. Very Short Introductions. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Edwards, Steve (2006). The Making of English Photography, Allegories. Pennsylvania, USA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Edwards, Stephen (2012). Martha Rosler, The Bowery in two inadequate descriptive systems. London: Afterall (Forthcoming).

Gaiger, Jason (2008). Aesthetics and Painting. Continuum Aesthetics. London: Continuum International Publishing Group.

Harrison, Charles (2005). Painting the difference: sex and spectator in modern art. Chicago. USA: University of Chicago Press.

Harrison, Charles (2001). Conceptual art and painting: further essays on Art & Language. Cambridge, USA: The MIT Press.

King, Catherine E. (2007). Representing Renaissance Art 1500-1600. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2006). The church of the Archangel Michael at Kavalariana: art and society on fourteenth-century Venetian-dominated Crete. London, UK: Pindar Press.

McKellar, Elizabeth (1999). The birth of modern London: The development and design of the city 1660-1720. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

McKellar, Elizabeth (2013). Landscapes of London: the City, the Country and the Suburbs, 1660-1840. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Newall, Diana (2008). Appreciating Art. London: A&C Black / Herbert Press Ltd.

Norman, Diana (2003). Painting in late medieval and Renaissance Siena (1260-1555). New Haven, USA: Yale University Press.

Perry, Gill (2007). Spectacular Flirtations: Viewing the Actress in British Art and Theatre 1768-1820. New Haven, USA: Yale University Press.

Perry, Gillian (1995). Women Artists and the Parisian Avant-Garde: Modernism and 'feminine' art 1900-1920s. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Perry, Gillian (1979). Paula Modersohn-Becker: Her life and work. Women's Press Ltd.

Perry, Gill (2014). Playing at Home: The House in Contemporary Art. London: Reaktion books Ltd (forthcoming).

Perry, Gillian; Roach, Joseph and West, Shearer (2011). The First Actresses: Nell Gwyn to Sarah Siddons. London: National Portrait Gallery and University of Michigan Press.

Pooke, Grant and Newall, Diana (2008). Art History: the Basics. The Basics. Abingdon : Routledge.

Ramsden, Mel; Harrison, Charles and Baldwin, Michael (2006). Art and Language: Homes for Homes II. Zurich, Switzerland: JRP-Ringier.

Richardson, Carol M. (2009). Reclaiming Rome: Cardinals in the Fifteenth Century. Studies in Intellectual History, 173. Leiden: Brill.

Wainwright, Leon (2011). Timed Out: Art and the Transnational Caribbean. Rethinking Art's Histories. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

West, Susie (2008). Hardwick Old Hall. London: English Heritage.

Wood, Paul (2013). Western Art and the Wider World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell (forthcoming).

Woods, Kim W. (2007). Imported Images: Netherlandish Late Gothic Sculpture in England, c.1400-c.1550. Donington: Paul Watkins Publishing.

Edited Book

Christian, Kathleen Wren and Drogin, David J. eds. (2010). Patronage and Italian Renaissance Sculpture. Farnham: Ashgate.

Englander, David; Norman, Diana; O'Day, Rosemary and Owens, William eds. (1990). Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: An Anthology of Sources. Oxford, U.K.: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.

Gaiger, Jason ed. (2002). Sculpture: Some observations on Shape and Form from Pygmalion's Creative Dream by Johann Gottfried Herder. Chicago, Illinois, USA: University of Chicago Press.

Harrison, Charles; Wood, Paul J. and Gaiger, Jason eds. (2000). Art in Theory 1648-1815: An Anthology of Changing Ideas. Oxford: Blackwell.

Harrison, Charles; Wood, Paul W. and Gaiger, Jason eds. (1998). Art in Theory 1815-1900: An Anthology of Changing Ideas. Oxford: Blackwell.

Kennedy, Beccy; Mitha, Alnoor and Wainwright, Leon eds. (2014). Triennial City: Localising Asian Art. Manchester: Cornerhouse. file

Laurence, Anne; Bellamy, Joan and Perry, Gillian eds. (2000). Women, Scholarship and Criticism: Gender and Knowledge c. 1790-1900. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Laurence, Anne; Bellamy, Joan and Perry, Gillian eds. (2000). Women, Scholarship and Criticism: Gender and Knowledge, c.1790-1900. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki ed. (2011). Images of the Byzantine World: Visions, Messages and Meanings: Studies Presented to Leslie Brubaker. Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki and Rembrandt , Duits eds. (2013). Byzantine Art and Renaissance Europe. Farnham: Ashgate.

Perry, Gill ed. (2004). Difference and Excess In Contemporary Art: The Visibility of Women's Practice. Art History Special Issues. Oxford, UK: Blackwells.

Perry, Gill and Wood, Paul eds. (2004). Themes in Contemporary Art. London and New Haven: Yale University Press.

Perry, Gillian ed. (1999). Gender and Art. Yale University Press.

Perry, Gillian and Cunningham, Colin eds. (1999). Academies, Museums and Canons of Art. Yale University Press.

Perry, Gillian; Frascina, Francis and Harrison, Charles eds. (1993). Primitivism, Cubism, Abstraction: The Early Twentieth Century. Yale University Press.

Perry, Gillian and Rossington, Michael eds. (1994). Femininity and Masculinity in Eighteenth-century Art and Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Perry, Gill; Retford, Kate and Vibert, Jordan eds. (2013). Placing Faces: the portrait and the English country house in the long eighteenth century. Manchester: Manchester University Press. file

Richardson, Carol and Smith, Graham eds. (2001). Brittania, Germania, Italia: Taste and travel in the 19th Century. Occasional papers (1). Edinburgh, UK: VARIE, pp. 125–142.

Tarlow, Sarah and West, Susie eds. (1999). The Familiar Past? Archaeologies of Later Historical Britain. London and New York: Routledge.

Wood, Paul and Harrison, Charles eds. (2002). Art in Theory 1900-2000. Oxford: Blackwell.

Woods, Kim W.; Richardson, Carol M. and Lymberopoulou, Angeliki eds. (2007). Viewing Renaissance Art. Yale University Press.

Richardson, Carol and Hollingsworth, Mary eds. (2010). The Possessions of a Cardinal: Art, Piety, and Politics, 1450–1700. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press.

Book Chapter

Baker-Bates, Piers (2008). The bishop and the artist: the quest for patronage in high renaissance rome. In: Burke, Jill and Bury, Michael eds. Art and Identity in Early Modern Rome. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 45–58.

Baldwin, Michael; Harrison, Charles and Ramsden, Mel (2007). Emergency Conditionals. In: Goldie, Peter and Schellekens, Elisabeth eds. Philosophy and Conceptual Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 257–266.

Barker, Emma (2007). Putting the viewer in the frame: Greuze as sentimentalist. In: Conisbee, Philip ed. French Genre Painting in the Eighteenth Century. Studies in the History of Art, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 72. New Haven, US: Yale University Press, pp. 105–127.

Barker, Emma (2013). Georgiana at Althorp: Spencer Family Portraits 1755-1783. In: Perry, Gillian; Retford, Kate; Vibert, Jordan and Lyons, Hannah eds. Placing Faces: The Portrait and the Country House 1650-1850. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Benton, Tim (2003). Italian architecture and design. In: Benton, Charlotte; Benton, Tim and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 218–229.

Benton, Tim (2006). Modernism and nature. In: Wilk, Christopher ed. Modernism: designing a new world. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 311–339.

Benton, Tim and Benton, Charlotte (2003). Avant garde sources. In: Benton, Charlotte; Benton, Tim and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 244–259.

Benton, Tim and Benton, Charlotte (2003). Decline and revival. In: Benton, Charlotte; Benton, Tim and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 426–429.

Benton, Tim and Benton, Charlotte (2003). The Style and the Age. In: Benton, Tim; Benton, Charlotte and Woods, Ghislaine eds. Art Deco 1910-1939. London, UK: Victoria and Albert Museum, pp. 12–27.

Benton, Tim (2009). The art of the well-tempered lecture: Reyner Banham and Le Corbusier. In: Aynsley, Jeremy and Atkinson, Harriet eds. The Banham Lectures: Essays on Designing the Future. Oxford, UK and New York, USA: Berg, pp. 11–32. file

Benton, Tim (2012). La rhétorique de la vérité: Le Corbusier à Alger. In: Bonillo, Jean-Lucien ed. Le Corbusier, Visions d'Alger. Les Rencontres de la Fondation Le Corbusier. Paris: Editions de La Villette, pp. 172–187. file

Benton, Tim (2014). Le Corbusier et la Méditerranée. In: Bonillo, Jean-Lucien ed. Domus Mare Nostrum. Toulon: Hemisud for Conseil General du Var, pp. 23–33. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Benton, Tim (2012). Art Deco and Japonisme. In: Brown, Kendall H. ed. Deco Japan: Shaping Modern Culture 1920-1945. Alexandria, VA, USA: Art Services International, pp. 25–34. file

Benton, Tim (2010). Le Corbusier e il vernacolare: Le Sextant a Les Mathes 1935. In: Canziani, Andrea ed. Le Case per artisti sull'Isola Comacina. Quaderni fondation montandon. Como: NodoLibri, pp. 22–43. file

Benton, Tim (2013). Atlantic Coast: nature as inspiration. In: Cohen, Jean-Louis ed. Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes. New York: Museum of Modern Art, pp. 162–167. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Benton, Tim (2013). Marseille: Unité d'habitation or "The company of clouds, the sky, or the stars". In: Cohen, Jean-Louis ed. Le Corbusier: an Atlas of Modern Landscapes. New York: Museum of Modern Art, pp. 201–211. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Benton, Tim (2012). The miracle of Le Corbusier's roof terrace. In: Gargiani, Roberto ed. L'Architrave, le Plancher, la Plate-forme: Nouvelle Histoire de la Construction. Lausanne: Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, pp. 710–718. file

Benton, Tim (2012). Le Corbusier's secret photographs. In: Herschdorfer , Natalie and Umstatter, Lada eds. Le Corbusier and the Power of Photography. London: Thames and Hudson, pp. 30–55. file

Benton, Tim (2013). E1027, une icône de la modernité des années 1920. In: Prélorenzo, Claude ed. Eileen Gray, L'Etoile de Mer, Le Corbusier: Trois Aventures en Méditerrannée. Paris: Archibooks, pp. 67–76. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Benton, Tim (2013). Les peintures murales. In: Prélorenzo, Claude ed. Eileen Gray, L'Etoile de Mer, Le Corbusier: Trois Aventures en Méditerranée. Paris: Archibooks, pp. 122–133. restricted access item, not available for direct downloadrestricted access item, not available for direct download

Benton, Tim (2010). Il concorso per il palazzo del Littorio, 1934-1937. In: Reichlin, Bruno and Tedeschi, Letizia eds. Luigi Moretti Razionalismo e trasgressività tra barocco e informale. Milan: Electa. file

Benton, Tim (2011). The Villa de Mandrot and the place of the imagination. In: Richard, Michel ed. Massilia 2011. Annuaire d'Études Corbuséennes. Marseilles: Editions Imbernon, pp. 92–105. file

Benton, Tim (2012). La maison La Roche et les ateliers d’artistes de Le Corbusier. In: Torres , Jorge ed. Le Corbusier Mise au Point. Memorias culturales. Valencia: General de Ediciones de la Arquitectura, pp. 10–35. file

Benton, Tim (2012). Funktionnel. In: Torres , Jorge ed. Le Corbusier Mise au Point. Memorias Culturales. Valencia: General de Ediciones de Arquitectura, pp. 253–268. file

Christian, Kathleen (2008). Landscapes of ruin and the imagination in the antiquarian gardens of renaissance Rome. In: Conan, Michel ed. Gardens and Imagination: Cultural History and Agency. Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium Series in the History of Landscape Architecture (30). Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (Distributed by Harvard University Press), pp. 116–137. file

Christian, Kathleen (2001). Petrarch's Triumph of Chastity in Leonardo's Lady with an Ermine. In: Jones, Lars and Matthew, Louisa eds. Coming About ... A Festschrift for John Shearman. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Art Museums, pp. 33–40. file

Christian, Kathleen (2006). Poetry and 'Spirited' Ancient Sculpture. In: Kenda, Barbara ed. Aeolian Winds and the Spirit of Renaissance Architecture: Academia Eolia Revisited. Taylor and Francis, pp. 103–24. file

Christian, Kathleen Wren (2013). Mummies, scimitars, and a lost Crucifixion by Domenichino: the collections of Pietro and Nicolò Francesco della Valle in seventeenth-century Rome. In: Israëls, Machtelt and Waldman, Louis A. eds. Renaissance Studies in Honor of Joseph Connors. Villa I Tatti (29). Florence: Villa I Tatti, pp. 568–573. file

Christian, Kathleen Wren (2008). Instauratio and Pietas: the della Valle collections of ancient sculpture. In: Penny, Nicholas and Schmidt, Eike D. eds. Collecting Sculpture in Early Modern Europe. Studies in the History of Art (70). Washintgton: National Gallery of Art, pp. 33–65. file

Clark, Leah (2013). Replication, quotation, and the ‘original’ in Quattrocento collecting practices. In: Großmann, G. Ulrich and Krutisch, Petra eds. The Challenge of the Object / Die Herausforderung des Objekts, Congress Proceedings (CIHA). Wissenschaftliche Beibände zum Anzeiger der Germanischen Nationalmuseums, 1 (32). Nuremberg: Germanisches Nationalmuseum Press, pp. 136–140. file

Edwards, Stephen (2003). A 'pariah in the world of art': Richter in Reverse Gear. In: Green, D.; Lowry, J. and Campany, D. eds. Where is the Photograph? Brighton, UK: Photoforum, pp. 31–46.

Edwards, Stephen (2001). The accumulation of knowledge or, William Whewell's eye. In: Purbrick, Louise ed. The Great Exhibition of 1851: New Interdisciplinary Essays. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 26–52.

Edwards, Steve (2003). An interview with Martha Rosler. In: Campany, David ed. Art and Photography. London: Phaidon, p. 250.

Edwards, Steve (2007). Un 'paia en el mundo del arte': Richter marcha artas. In: Green, David ed. ¿Que ha sisdo de la fotografia? Barcelona: Gustavo Gili, pp. 30–48.

Edwards, Steve (2007). Allegorical photography. In: Hannavay, John ed. Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography, Volume 1. London: Routledge, pp. 27–29.

Edwards, Steve (2007). National survey: Great Britain. In: Hannavay, John ed. Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography, Volume 1. Routledge, pp. 606–614.

Edwards, Steve (2007). Societies, groups, institutions, and exhibitions in the United Kingdom. In: Hannavay, John ed. Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography, Volume 2. Routledge, pp. 1303–1307.

Edwards, Steve (2007). Robert Hunt. In: Hannavay, John ed. Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography, Volume 1. Routledge, pp. 731–732.

Edwards, Steve (1999). Art & language's doubt. In: Harrison, Charles ed. Art & Language in Practice,, Volume 2. Barcelona: Fundacio Antonio Tapie, pp. 101–107.

Edwards, Steve (2004). The colonisation of Utopia. In: Mabb, David ed. William Morris. Manchester: Whitworth Art Gallery, pp. 12–40.

Edwards, Steve (2006). Instantaneos de historia Passagens sobre o argumento pos-moderno. In: Nicolau, Ricardo ed. Fotografia Na Arte: De Ferramenta A Paradigma. Colecção de Arte Contemporânea Público Serralves (6). Porto: Fundação de Serralves, pp. 142–151.

Edwards, Steve (2002). Snapshooters of history: passages on the postmodern argument. In: Wells, Liz ed. The Photography Reader. Routledge, pp. 180–195.

Edwards, Steve; Fusco, Maria and O, Steve (2007). William Lake Price and James Mudd: the shattered utopia. In: Gergley, Chris ed. Copy Work. Vancouver: Contemporary Art Gallery, pp. 9–21.

Edwards, Stephen (2013). An 'Ever Recurring Controversy': John Thompson, W.J. Stillman and the Boot Blacks. In: Carter, Warren; Haran, Barnaby and Schwartz, Frederic J. eds. ReNew Marxist Art History. London: Art/Books.

Edwards, Stephen (2012). Una 'polemic recurrent': John Thompson, William James Stillman i els enllustradors de sabates. In: Ribalta, Jorge ed. Per Què La Fotografia Es Avui Més Important Com A Document Que Mai. Barcelona: The Private Space Books, pp. 71–103.

Edwards, Steve (2005). Location, location, location: the place of provenance. In: Sheffield Hallam University, and Showroom Cinema, eds. Transmission: Speaking and Listening, Volume 4. Sheffield: Site Gallery, pp. 85–91.

Gaiger, Jason (2009). Incidental and Integral Beauty: Duchamp, Danto and the Intractable Avant-Garde. In: Beech, Dave ed. Beauty. Documents of Contemporary Art. London and Cambridge ,Massachusetts: Whitechapel Gallery and the MIT Press, pp. 119–125.

Gaiger, Jason (2006). Catching up with history: Hegel and abstract painting. In: Deligiorgi, Katerina ed. Hegel: new directions. Chesham, UK: Acumen, pp. 159–176.

Gaiger, Jason (2002). The Aesthetics of Kant and Hegel. In: Smith, Paul and Wilde, Carolyn eds. A Companion to Art Theory. Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies (5). Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 127–138.

Gaiger, Jason (2010). Aesthetic judgment. In: West, Susie ed. Understanding Heritage in Practice. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Gaiger, Jason (2004). Expressionism and the crisis of subjectivity. In: Edwards, Stephen and Wood, Paul eds. Art and the Avant-Gardes. London: Yale University Press, pp. 13–61.

Gaiger, Jason (2004). Approaches to Cubism. In: Edwards, Steve and Wood, Paul eds. Art of the Avant-Gardes. London: Yale University Press, pp. 135–155.

Gaiger, Jason (2004). Post conceptual painting: Gerhard Richter's Extended Leave-taking in themes in contemporary art. In: Perry, Gillian and Wood, Paul eds. Themes in Contemporary Art. London: Yale University Press, pp. 89–135.

Harrison, Charles (2005). Saving pictures. In: Alexander, Darsie ed. Slideshow: projected images in contemporary art. Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press and Baltimore Museum of Art, pp. 32–48.

Harrison, Charles (2006). Specialisation, self-criticism and the boundaries of practice. In: Buchmann, S; Lehnhardt, M; Linger, M and Smolik, N eds. Querdurch: Kunst + Wissenschaft. Hamburg: Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste, Hamburg, pp. 17–32.

Harrison, Charles (2004). Gute Grunde: die Arbeit von Gerry Schum/Grounds for optimism: the work of Gerry Schum. In: Groos, Ulricke; Hess, Barbara and Wevers, Ursula eds. Fernsehgalerie Ready Gerry Schum to videogalerie Shoot schum. Dusseldorf and Cologne: Snoeck, pp. 48–57.

Harrison, Charles (2002). Sentir la terre bouger (Feeling the earth move). In: Nancy, J.-L. ed. Sans commune mesure: image et texte dans l'art actuel. Paris: Editions Leo Scheer, pp. 114–127.

Harrison, Charles (2005). Scenes and details: a Rothko sketchbook from the late 1930s. In: Phillips, Glenn and Crow, Thomas eds. Seeing Rothko. Issues & Debates (13). Los Angeles, USA: Getty Research Institute, pp. 178–231.

Harrison, Charles (2007). Partial accounting. In: Salas, Charles G. ed. The life and the work: art and biography. Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, pp. 97–107.

Harrison, Charles (2007). The printed picture in Renaissance Europe. In: Woods, Kim ed. Making Renaissance Art. New Haven and London: Yale University Press in association with the Open University, pp. 210–247.

Harrison, Jill (2012). Being Florentine : a question of identity in the Arte della Lana, Florence. In: Cardarelli, Sandra; Anderson, Emily Jane and Richards, John eds. Art and Identity: Visual Culture, Politics and Religion in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 127–148.

King, Catherine (2002). Artists' houses: mass advertising artistic status and theory in Antwerp c. 1565. In: Heck, Michèle-Caroline; Lemerle, Frédérique and Pauwels, Yves eds. Théorie des arts et création artistique dans l'Europe du Nord du XVIe au début du XVIIIe siècle. Villeneuve d’Ascq, France: Université Charles-de-Gaulle - Lille 3, pp. 173–189.

Laurence, Anne (2000). Women historians and documentary research. In: Laurence, Anne; Bellamy, Joan and Perry, Gillian eds. Women, Scholarship and Criticism: Gender and Knowledge c. 1790-1900. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 125–141.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2007). 'Fish on a Dish' and its Table Companions in fourteenth-century Wall-Paintings on Venetian-domianted Crete. In: Brubaker, Leslie and Linardou, Kallirroe eds. Eat, Drink, and Be Merry (Luke 12:19) – Food and Wine in Byzantium. Publications of the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies. Ashgate.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2007). The painter Angelos and post-Byzantine Art. In: Richardson, Carol M ed. Locating Renaissance Art. London: Yale University Press, pp. 175–212.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2007). 'Pro anima mea', but do not touch my icons: provisions for personal icons in wills from Venetian-dominated Crete. In: Stathakopoulos, Dionysios ed. The kindness of strangers. Charity in the pre-modern Mediterranean, Volume 2007. London, UK: King's College London, Occasional Publications, pp. 71–89.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2007). Audiences and markets for Cretan icons. In: Woods, Kim W; Richardson, Carol M and Lymberopoulou, Angeliki eds. Viewing Renaissance Art. London: Yale University Press, pp. 171–208.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2010). Late and post-Byzantine art under Venetian rule: frescoes vesrus icons, and Crete in the middle. In: James, Liz ed. A Companium to Byzantium. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2013). Regional Byzantine art from Venetian Crete. In: Lymberopoulou, Angeliki and Duits, Rembrandt eds. Byzantine Art and Renaissance Europe. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 61–99.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki; Harrison, Lynne and Ambers, Janet (2011). The Noli Me Tangere icon at the British Museum: vision, message and reality. In: Lymberopoulou, Angeliki ed. Images of the Byzantine World: Visions, Messages and Meanings: Studies presented to Leslie Brubaker. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 185–214.

McKellar, Elizabeth (2004). Popularism versus professionalism: John Summerson and the 20th-century creation of the 'Georgian'. In: Arciszewska, Barbara and McKellar, Elizabeth eds. Articulating British classicism: new approaches in Eighteenth-Century architecture. Reinterpreting Classicism: Culture, Reaction and Appropriation. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 35–56.

McKellar, Elizabeth (1999). Peripheral Visions: Alternative aspects and rural presences in mid-eighteenth century London. In: Arnold, Dana ed. The Metropolis and its images: Constructing Identities for London, c. 1750-1950. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 29–47.

McKellar, Elizabeth (1996). The city and the country: the London vernacular in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century. In: Burton, Neil ed. Georgian Vernacular. London: The Georgian Group, pp. 10–18.

McKellar, Elizabeth (2009). The suburban villa tradition in seventeenth and eighteenth-century London. In: Arciszewska, Barbara ed. The Baroque Villa: Suburban and Country Residencies c.1600-1800. Warsaw: Wilanow Palace Museum, pp. 197–208. file

McKellar, Elizabeth (2013). Guides, guidebooks and visitors to London, c.1650-1730: metropolitan literature in its continental context. In: Arnold, Dana and Cohen, Jean-Louis eds. Paris et Londres s'observant 1670-1970. Paris: INHA & Infolio, (In press).

McKellar, Elizabeth (2011). The villa: ideal type or vernacular variant? In: Guillery, Peter ed. Built from Below: British Architecture and the Vernacular. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 49–72.

Norman, Diana (2008). The chapel of Saint Catherine in San Domenico: A studyof cultural relations between Renaissance Siena and Rome. In: Ascheri, Mario; Mazzoni, Gianni and Nevola, Fabrizio eds. L'ultimo secolo della Repubblica di Siena. Arti, cultura e societàe. Atti del Convegno Internazionale. Siena, Italy: Accademia Senese degli Intronati, pp. 405–419.

Norman, Diana (2007). St Anthony Abbot in Sant'Agostino, Montalcino: an Augustinian Image in the Sienese contado. In: Bourdua, Louise and Dunlop, Anne eds. Art and the Augustinian Order in Early Renaissance Italy. Church, Faith and Culture in the Medieval West. Aldershot and Burlington VT: Ashgate, pp. 143–161.

Norman, Diana (2009). Cardinal of Naples and Cardinal in Rome: The Patronage of Oliviero Carafa. In: Hollingsworth, Mary and Richardson, Carol M. eds. The Possessions of a Cardinal: Politics, Piety, and Art, 1450-1700. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, pp. 77–91.

Norman, Diana (2007). When Charity fails: Andrea Gallerani and memory of the Misericordia in Siena. In: Stathakopoulos, Dionysios ed. The Kindness of Strangers: Charity in the Pre-Modern Mediterranean. Occasional Publications from the Centre for Hellenic Studies. London: Centre for Hellenic Studies, King's College, pp. 91–118.

Perry, Gill (2003). Ambiguity and desire in late eighteenth century portraits of the actress. In: Asleson, Robyn ed. Notorious muse: the actress in British art and culture 1776-1812. Studies in British Art. London, UK: Yale University Press, pp. 57–80.

Perry, Gill (1993). 'The ascent to nature' - some metaphors of 'Nature' in early expressionist art'. In: Behr, Shulamith; Fanning, David and Jarman, Douglas eds. Expressionism Reassessed. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 53–64.

Perry, Gill (2008). Installations and exploding homes. In: Bindman, David and Stephens, Chris eds. The History of British Art: 1870-Now. The History of British Art (3). London: Tate, pp. 227–228.

Perry, Gill (2005). Playing with Paint: 'Pink Onions'. In: Bjerkhof, Sven ed. Matisse masterpieces at the Statens Museum for Kunst. Copenhagen, Denmark: Statens Museum for Kunst, pp. 88–106.

Perry, Gill (2004). Dream houses: installations and the Home. In: Perry, Gill and Wood, Paul eds. Themes in contemporary art. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 231–276.

Perry, Gill (2001). The spectacle of the muse: exhibiting the actress at the Royal Academy. In: Solkin, David H ed. Art on the Line: the Royal Academy Exhibitions at Somerset House 1780-1836. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 111–125.

Perry, Gill (1999). Exhibiting 'les Indépendants': Gauguin and the Café Volpini show. In: Wood, Paul ed. The Challenge of the Avant-Garde. Art and its Histories (4). New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 164–181.

Perry, Gill and King, Catherine (1999). Introduction. In: King, Catherine ed. Views of Difference: Different Views of Art. Art and its Histories (5). New: Yale University Press, pp. 7–22.

Perry, Gillian (2004). Gender and the Fauves: Flirting with 'wild beasts'. In: Edwards, Steve and Paul, Wood eds. Art and the Avant-Gardes. Yale University Press, pp. 62–83.

Perry, Gillian (2004). The expanding field: Anna Madieta's Silueta series. In: Gaiger, Jason ed. Frameworks for Modern Art. Yale University Press, pp. 152–205.

Perry, Gillian (1997). Artistic training and Modernism: women artists in France 1900-1930. In: Gaze, Delia ed. The Dictionary of Women Artists, Volume 1. London: Fitzroy Dearborn, pp. 92–95.

Perry, Gillian (2001). Women Painting Women: Gender, Modernism and Feminine Art, c.1910-1930. In: Hjort, Oystein; Jensen, Niels Marup and Christensen, Hans Dam eds. Rethinking art between the wars: new perspectives in art history. Copenhagen, Denmark: Museum Tusculanum Press, pp. 47–72.

Perry, Gill (1997). Suzanne Valadon, Emilie Charmy, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Marie Laurencin, Jacqueline Marvel, Marevna. In: Gaze, Delia ed. The Dictionary of Women Artists, Volume 2. London, U.K.: Fitzroy Dearborn, pp. 919–921.

Perry, Gill (2010). Portraiture and Celebrity in the Eighteenth Century: The Actress as a Work of Art. In: Paparo, Jenifer ed. Portrait. Petit genres. Vancouver: Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, pp. 36–55.

Perry, Gillian (1994). Expressionism. In: Crystal, David ed. Cambridge Biographical Encylopedia. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1130–1132.

Richardson, Carol (2010). Francesco Todeschini Piccolomini (1439-1503), Sant’Eustachio and the Consorteria Piccolomini. In: Richardson, Carol and Hollingsworth, Mary eds. The Possessions of a Cardinal: Art, Piety, and Politics, 1450–1700. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press.

Richardson, Carol M. (2008). 'Ruined, untended and derelict’: Fifteenth-century papal tombs in St Peter’s. In: Burke, Jill and Bury, Michael eds. Art and Identity in Early Modern Rome. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 191–207.

Richardson, Carol M. (2001). 'Glorious hopes and designs': the Pugins in Rome. In: Richardson, Carol and Smith, Graham eds. Britannia Italia Germania: taste and travel in the Nineteenth Century. Occasional papers (1). Edinburgh: VARIE, pp. 125–142.

Richardson, Carol (2011). Andrea Pozzo e il Venerabile Collegio Inglese a Roma. In: Bösel, Richard and Salviucci Insolera, Lydia eds. Artifizi della Metafora: Saggi su Andrea Pozzo. Rome: Editoriale Artemide s.r.l., pp. 116–125. file

Richardson, Carol (2011). Andrea Pozzo and the Venerable English College, Rome. In: Marshall, David R.; Russell, Susan and Wolfe, Karen eds. Roma Britannica: Art Patronage and Cultural Exchange in Eighteenth-Century Rome. London, U.K.: The British School at Rome, pp. 25–37. file

Richardson, Carol M. (2009). The English College Church in the 1580s: Durante Alberti's altarpiece and Niccolo Circignani's frescoes. In: O'Connor, Murphy; Violins, Paul; Riotta, Claudio; Broggi, Angelo; Headon, Andrew; Champ, Judith; Duffy, Eamon; Marascialli, Sara; Hudson, Nicholas and Richardson, Carol M. eds. The Church of the English College in Rome: Its History, its Restoration. Rome: Gangemi Editore, pp. 34–51. file

Richardson, Carol M. (2009). The Churches of the Venerable English College. In: O'Connor, Murphy; Violins, Paul; Riotta, Claudio; Broggi, Angelo; Headon, Andrew; Champ, Judith; Duffy, Eamon; Marascialli, Sara; Hudson, Nicholas and Richardson, Carol M. eds. The Church of the English College in Rome: Its History, its Restoration. Rome: Gangemi Editore, pp. 68–85. file

Taylor, Clare (2013). “Painted paper of Pekin”: the taste for eighteenth-century Chinese papers in Britain, c.1918-c.1945. In: Huang, Michelle Ying-ling ed. The Reception of Chinese Art across Cultures. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, (In press).

Taylor, Clare (2009). Chinese papers and English imitations in 18th Century Britain. In: Stavenow-Hidemark, Elisabet ed. New Discoveries New Research: Papers from the International wallpaper conference held at the Nordiska Museet, Stockholm, 2007. Stockholm: Nordiska Museets Forlag, pp. 36–53. filefile

Wainwright, Leon (2009). At Northern Intersections forever: art and the time trap. In: Ajji, Tejpal S. and Soske, John eds. South-South: Interruptions & Encounters. Toronto: Justina M. Barnicke Gallery and South Asian Visual Arts Centre, University of Toronto, pp. 73–76.

Wainwright, Leon (2010). Art (school) education and art history. In: Appignanesi, Richard ed. Beyond Cultural Diversity: the Case for Creativity. London: Third Text Publications, pp. 93–103. file

Wainwright, Leon (2005). Introduction. In: Bailey, David A.; Baucom, Ian and Boyce, Sonia eds. Shades of Black: Assembling Black Arts in 1980s Britain. Duke University Press , pp. 307–308.

Wainwright, Leon (2011). Alien nation: contemporary art and black Britain. In: Brunt, Rosalind and Cere, Rinella eds. Postcolonial Media Culture in Britain. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 27–40. file

Wainwright, Leon (2007). Aubrey Williams. In: Dabydeen, David; Gilmore , John and Jones, Cecily eds. The Oxford Companion to Black British History. Oxford Companions. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wainwright, Leon (2007). British responses to Caribbean art. In: Dabydeen, David; Gilmore , John and Jones , Cecily eds. The Oxford Companion to Black British History. Oxford Companions. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wainwright, Leon (2010). The Black Atlantic, Suriname and the Netherlands: challenges for curating and historicising art of the Caribbeah. In: Dölle , Mariette and Jonas , Malka eds. Conversations on Paramaribo Perspectives. Rotterdam: TENT.

Wainwright, Leon (2002). Art Forms. In: Donnell , Alison ed. Companion to Contemporary Black British Culture. Routledge, pp. 20–22.

Wainwright, Leon (2012). Global change and contemporary art of the Caribbean: notes on the futurology of a sustainable art community. In: Hoffmann, Nancy ed. Who More Sci-Fi Than Us? Contemporary Art from the Caribbean. Amsterdam: The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), pp. 80–84.

Wainwright, Leon (2010). Aubrey Williams: Atlantic fire. In: King, Reyahn ed. Aubrey Williams. Liverpool and London: National Museums Liverpool and October Gallery, pp. 46–55. file

Wainwright, Leon (2006). Canon Questions: Art in 'Black Britain'. In: Low, Gail and Wynne-Davies , Marion eds. A Black British Canon? Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 143–167.

Wainwright, Leon (2009). Labelling and assembling: histories and challenges for an Asia Triennial. In: Mitha, Alnoor; Khan, Fareda and Rangasamy , Jacques eds. Asia Triennial Manchester 08. Manchester: Shisha.

Wainwright, Leon (2009). Mutual ground: post-empire canons of art in Britain and the Caribbean. In: Rahim, Jennifer and Lalla, Barbara eds. Beyond Borders: Cross-Culturalism and the Caribbean Canon. Mona, Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, pp. 116–148.

Wainwright, Leon (2012). The emotions and ethnicity in the Indo-Caribbean. In: Svašek, Maruška ed. Moving Subjects, Moving Objects: Transnationalism, Cultural Production and Emotions. Berghahn, pp. 222–244.

Wainwright, Leon (2012). ‘Beyond globalisation in contemporary art history: learning from the transnational Caribbean’. In: ter Horst, Mariska ed. Changing Perspectives: Dealing with Globalisation in the Presentation and Collection of Contemporary Art. Amsterdam: The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam, pp. 204–212.

Wainwright, Leon (2010). Speaking to contemporary art history: Denis Williams and Guyana. In: Williams, Charlotte and Williams, Evelyn A. eds. Denis Williams: a Life in Works. New and Collected Essays. Cross/Cultures: Readings in the Post/Colonial Literautres in English (120). Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, pp. 65–75.

Walsh, Linda (2010). Modes of expression in mid-eighteenth-century French genre painting. In: Klein, Tobias Robert and Porath, Erik eds. Figuren des Ausdrucks : Formation einer Wissenskategorie zwischen 1700 und 1850. Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink Verlag GmbH & Co. Verlag KG.

Walsh, Linda (1994). Arms to be kissed a thousands times: reservations about lust in Diderot's art criticism. In: Perry, Gillian and Rossington, M eds. Femininity and Masculinity in Eighteenth-Century Art and Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 162–183.

Walsh, Linda (1998). Subjects, society, style: changing evaluations of Watteau and his art. In: Barker, Emma; Webb, Nick and Woods, Kim eds. The Changing Status of the Artist. Art and Its Histories (2). London, U.K and New Haven, U.S.: Yale University Press, pp. 220–248.

Walsh, Linda (2012). Ausdrucksformen- Die Suche nach einer expressiven Sprache in der französischen Genremalerei des 18. Jahrhunderts. In: Klein, Tobias R. and Porath, Erik eds. Figuren des Ausdrucks: Formation einer Wissenskategorie zwischen 1700 und 1850. Munich: Wilhelm Fink, pp. 125–146.

Walsh, Linda (1999). Charles Le Brun, 'art dictator of France'. In: Perry, Gillian and Cunningham, Colin eds. Academies, Museums and Canons of Art. Art and Its Histories. London, U.K. and New Haven, CT, U.S.: Yale University Press, pp. 86–123.

West, Susie (2010). Heritage and class. In: Harrison, Rodney ed. Understanding the Politics of Heritage. Understanding Global Heritage. Manchester and Milton Keynes: Manchester University Press and The Open University, pp. 270–303.

West, Susie (2013). ‘Life in the library’. In: Retford, Kate; Perry, Gillian and Vibert, Jordan eds. Placing Faces, the Portrait and the English Country House in the Long Eighteenth Century. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 63–95. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Wood, Paul (2009). Truth and beauty. In: Beech, David ed. Beauty. Documents of Contemporary Art. London: Whitechapel Gallery/MIT , pp. 183–188.

Wood, Paul (2008). Between God and the Saucepan: some aspects of art education in England from the mid-nineteenth century until today. In: Stephens, Chris ed. History of British Art: 1870 - now, Volume 3. London: Tate Publishing, pp. 162–187.

Woods, Kim (2007). The Mercers' Christ re-examined. In: Marks, Richard ed. Late Gothic England: Art and Display. Donington, UK: Shaun Tyas, pp. 57–69.

Woods, Kim (2005). Centres of excellence. In: Van de Velde, Carl; Beeckman, Hans; Van Acker, Joris and Verhaege, Frans eds. Constructing wooden images: organization of labour and working process of late Gothic carved altarpieces in the Low Countries. Brussels: Brussels University Press, pp. 51–74.

Woods, Kim W. (2005). Themes iconographiques et sources. In: D'Hainaut-Zveny, Brigitte and Schmitt, Jean-Claude eds. Miroirs du Sacre: les retables sculptes a Bruxelles XVe - XVIe Siecles. Brussels: CFC-Editions, pp. 77–93.

Woods, Kim W. (2003). Questions d'attribution stylistique: retables inedits en Angleterre. In: Guillot de Suduiraut, Sophie ed. Retables brabançons des XVe et XVIe siècles. Paris, France: Musee du Louvre, pp. 345–376.

Woods, Kim (2010). The supply of alabaster in Northern and Mediterranean Europe in the Later Middle Ages. In: Kirby, Jo; Nash, Susie and Cannon, Joanna eds. Trade in Artists' Materials: Markets and Commerce in Europe to 1700. London, UK: Archeype Publications, pp. 86–93.

Woods, Kim (2013). Encountering icons: Byzantine art in the Netherlands, Bohemia and Spain during the 14th and 15th centuries. In: Lymberopoulou, Angeliki and Duits, Rembrandt eds. Byzantine art and Renaissance Europe. Ashgate, pp. 135–157.

Journal Article

Baker-Bates, P. A. (2011). Sebastianello Nostro Venetiano: the career of Sebastiano del Piombo and the concept of a 'court artist' in renaissance Rome. The Court Historian - The International Journal of Court Studies, 16(1) pp. 7–23.

Baker-Bates, P.A. (2011). A means for the projection of soft power: 'Spanish churches' at Rome 1469-1527. Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture, 22

Baker-Bates, Piers (2013). Beyond Rome: Sebastiano del Piombo as a painter of diplomatic gifts. Renaissance Studies, 27(1) pp. 51–72.

Baker-Bates, Piers (2008). A portrait of Cardinal Pompeo Colonna, rival and imitator of the papal Caesars. Papers of the British School at Rome, 76 pp. 183–199.

Baldwin, Michael; Harrison, Charles and Ramsden, Mel (2006). Voices Off: Reflections on Conceptual Art. Critical Inquiry, 33(1) pp. 113–135.

Baldwin, Michael; Harrison, Charles and Ramsden, Mel (2007). A Place to Work. Museum International, 59(3) pp. 31–40.

Barker, Emma (2007). Mme Geoffrin, painting and galanterie: Carle Van Loo’s Conversation espagnole and Lecture espagnole. Eighteenth-Century Studies, 40(4) pp. 587–614.

Barker, Emma (1997). Painting and Reform in Eighteenth-Century France: Greuze's L'Accordé de Village. Oxford Art Journal, 20(2) pp. 42–52.

Barker, Emma (2009). Imaging childhood in eighteenth-century France: Greuze's Little Girl with a Dog. Art Bulletin, 91(4) pp. 426–445.

Barker, Emma (2010). From Charity to Bienfaisance: Picturing Good Deeds in Late Eighteenth-Century France. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 33(3) pp. 285–311.

Barker, Emma (2009). Rehabilitating the Rococo. Oxford Art Journal, 32(2) pp. 306–313.

Barker, Emma (2012). Reading the Greuze Girl: the daughter's seduction. Representations, 117 pp. 86–119. file

Benton, Tim (2001). Humanism and fascism. Comparative Criticism: An Annual Journal, 23 pp. 69–115.

Benton, Tim (2010). Review: Pride in modesty: modernist architecture and the vernacular tradition in Italy by Michelangelo Sabatino. Harvard Design Magazine, 33 pp. 141–144.

Benton, Tim (2009). New books on Le Corbusier. Journal of Design History, 22(3) pp. 271–284.

Benton, Tim (2008). The complexities and contradicitions of modernism. Positions, 0 pp. 16–21. file

Christian, Kathleen (2002). From ancestral cults to art: the Santacroce Collection of antiquities. Annali della Scuola normale superiore di Pisa. Classe di lettere e filosofia, 14 pp. 255–272. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Christian, Kathleen Wren (2002). The de' Rossi Collection of Ancient Sculptures, Leo X, and Raphael'. Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 65 pp. 132–200. file

Christian, Kathleen Wren (2003). The Della Valle Sculpture Court Rediscovered. The Burlington Magazine, 145(1209) pp. 847–850. file

Christian, Kathleen Wren (2004). Raphael's 'Philemon' and the collecting of antiquities in Rome. The Burlington Magazine, 146(1220) pp. 760–763. file

Clark, Leah R. (2013). Collecting, exchange, and sociability in the Renaissance studiolo. Journal of the History of Collections, 25(2) pp. 171–184. file

Clark, Leah R. (2011). Transient possessions: circulation, replication, and transmission of gems and jewels in Quattrocento Italy. Journal of Early Modern History, 15(3) pp. 185–221. file

Day, Gail; Edwards, Steve and Mabb, David (2010). ‘What keeps mankind alive?’: the Eleventh International Istanbul Biennial. Once More on Aesthetics and Politics. Historical Materialism, 18(4) pp. 135–171.

Edwards, S. (2002). The Dialectics of Skill in Talbot's Dream World. History of Photography, 26(2) pp. 113–118.

Edwards, Stephen (2007). Jeff Wall: introduction. Oxford Art Journal, 30(1) pp. 1–15.

Edwards, Steve (2001). Factory and fantasy in Andrew Ure. Journal of Design History, 14(1) pp. 17–33.

Edwards, Steve (2006). Produkcija objektivnosti v fotografiji zgodnjega 19. stoletja. Borec: Revija Za Zgodivino, literaturo in antropologijo(LVIII) pp. 163–181.

Edwards, Steve (2007). ‘Poor Ass!’ (A Donkey in Blackpool, 1999). Oxford Art Journal, 30(1) pp. 39–54.

Edwards, Stephen (2009). Commons and crowds: figuring photography from above and below. Third Text, 23(4) pp. 447–464.

Edwards, Stephen (2013). Beard Patentee: Daguerrotype Property and Authorship. Oxford Art Journal, 36(3) pp. 369–394.

Edwards, Steve (2009). Apocalyptic Sublime: On the Brighton Photo-Biennial. Historical Materialism, 17(2) pp. 84–102.

Edwards, Steve (2013). 'Socialism and the Sea: Allan Sekula 1951-2013'. Radical Philosophy (182) pp. 61–65.

Gaiger, Jason (2002). The Analysis of pictorial style. British Journal of Aesthetics, 42(1) pp. 20–36.

Gaiger, Jason (2009). Dismantling the Frame: Site-Specific Art and Aesthetic Autonomy. British Journal of Aesthetics, 49(1) pp. 43–58.

Gaiger, Jason (2000). Art as made sensuous: Hegel, Danto and the 'end of art'. Bulletin of Hegel Society of Great Britain, 41 /42, pp. 104–119.

Gaiger, Jason (2000). The true judge of beauty and the paradox of taste. European Journal of Philosophy, 8(1) pp. 1–19.

Gaiger, Jason (2000). Schiller's theory of landscape depiction. Journal of the History of Ideas, 61(3) pp. 115–132.

Gaiger, Jason (1999). Constraints and conventions: Kant and Greenberg on aesthetic judgment. British Journal of Aesthetics, 39(4) pp. 376–391.

Gaiger, Jason (1997). Art after beauty: Retrieving aesthetic judgement. Art History, 20(4) pp. 611–615.

Harisson, Lynne; Ambers, Janet; Stacey, Rebecca; Cartwright, Caroline and Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2011). The Noli me Tangere: study and conservation of a Cretan icon. The British Museum Technical Research Bulletin, 5 pp. 25–38.

Hebbert, Michael and McKellar, Elizabeth (2008). Tall buildings in the London landscape. The London Journal, 33(3) pp. 199–200.

King, Catherine (2006). Architecture, gender and politics: the Villa Imperiale at Pesaro. Art History, 29(5) pp. 796–826.

King, Catherine (2006). An etching and Lelio Orsi's house. The Print Quarterly, 23(2) pp. 176–182.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2003). The Madre della Consolazione icon in the British Museum: Post-Byzantine Painting, Painters, and Society on Crete. Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik, 53 pp. 239–257.

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2003). A Winged Saint John the Baptist icon in the British Museum. Apollo, CLVIII(500) pp. 19–24.

McKellar, Elizabeth (2007). Representing the Georgian interior in the Early Twentieth Century, 1890-1930. Journal of Design History, 20(4) pp. 325–344.

McKellar, Elizabeth (1999). Peripheral Visions: Alternative aspects and rural presences in mid-eighteenth-century London. Art History, 22(4) pp. 495–513.

McKellar, Elizabeth (1996). 'Architectural History: The Invisible Subject' in The Architecture Journal. Journal of Architecture, 1(22) pp. 159–164.

McKellar, Elizabeth (2007). C.H.B. Quennell (1872-1935): architecture, history and the quest for the modern. Architectural History, 50 pp. 211–246. file

McKellar, Elizabeth (2013). Tales of two cities: architecture, print and early guidebooksto Paris and London. Humanities, 2(3) pp. 328–350. file

Norman, Diana (2005). Sano di Pietro's Assunta polyptych for the Convent of Santa Petronilla in Siena. Renaissance Studies, 19(4) pp. 433–457.

Norman, Diana (2001). A place of pilgrimage: A proposal for the orginal location of the Arca of Saint Cerbone. Papers of the British School at Rome, 69 pp. 191–221.

Norman, Diana (2007). A case of mistaken identity: Ambrogio Lorenzetti's "Saint Dorothy" from the Church of Santa Petronilla, Siena. Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 70(3) pp. 297–324.

Norman, Diana (2006). 'Sotto uno baldachino trionfale': the ritual significance of the painted canopy in Simone Martini's Maesta. Renaissance Studies, 20(2) pp. 147–160.

Norman, Diana (2009). The prince and the bishop: A new hypothesis for Tabernacle 35 in Siena’s Pinacoteca Nazionale. Studies in Iconography, 30 pp. 96–125.

Norman, Diana (2010). Sanctity, kingship and succession: art and dynastic politics in the lower church at Assisi. Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, 73 pp. 297–334.

Norman, Diana (2010). Politics or piety: locating Simone Martini's Saint Louis of Toulouse altarpiece. Art History, 33(4) pp. 597–619.

Perry, Gill (2009). Watery Weather: Roni Horn in Iceland. Art History, 32(1) pp. 177–182.

Richardson, Carol M. (2003). The Housing opportunities of a Renaissance cardinal. Renaissance Studies, 17(4) pp. 607–627.

Richardson, Carol M. (2005). Durante Alberti, the Martyrs’ Picture and the Venerable English College, Rome. Papers of the British School at Rome, 73 pp. 223–263.

Richardson, Carol M. (2007). Edward Pugin and English Catholic Identity: The New Church of the Venerable English College in Rome. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 66(3) pp. 340–365.

Richardson, Carol (2012). St Joseph, St Peter, Jean Gerson and the Guelphs. Renaissance Studies, 26(2) pp. 243–268.

Taylor, Clare (2011). Eckhardts & Co and the supply of wall decorations for Shugborough. The Georgian Group Journal, XIX pp. 145–150. filefile

Taylor, Clare (2008). Reading the cards: discovering the British eighteenth-century wallpaper trade. The Wallpaper History Review pp. 29–32. file

Taylor, Clare (2012). English wallpaper manufacture, c.1700-c.1800. The Quarterly (Journal of the British Association of Paper Historians), 83 pp. 13–23. file

Wainwright, Leon (2009). Aubrey Williams: a painter in the aftermath of painting. Wasafiri, 24(3) pp. 65–79.

Wainwright, Leon (2009). On being unique: world art and its British institutions. Visual Culture in Britain, 10(1) pp. 87–101.

Wainwright, Leon (2009). New provincialisms: curating art of the African diaspora. Radical History Review(103) pp. 203–213.

Wainwright, Leon (2008). Frank Bowling and the appetite for British pop. Third Text, 22(2) pp. 195–208.

Wainwright, Leon (2008). Solving Caribbean mysteries: art, embodiment and an eye for the Tropics. Small Axe(25) pp. 133–144.

Wainwright, Leon (2013). Transatlantic movement and the taste for ethnicity: art and ‘exchange’ between Suriname and the Netherlands. Etnofoor, 24(2) pp. 13–40. file

Wainwright, Leon (2013). Americocentrism and art of the Caribbean: contours of a time-space logic. Journal of American Studies, 47(2) pp. 417–438.

Wainwright, Leon (2012). Arrested transmission: from periphery to center. Art Papers Magazine, 36(6) pp. 44–49. file

Wainwright, Leon (2012). Varieties of Belatedness and Provincialism: Decolonisation and British Pop. Art History, 35(2) pp. 442–461.

Walsh, Linda (2008). The 'Hard Form' of sculpture: marble, matter and spirit in European sculpture from the Enlightenment through Romanticism. Modern Intellectual History, 5(3) pp. 455–486.

Walsh, Linda (2003). "Crushing infamy": the Revoulutionary Sculpture & Joseph Chihard. British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 26(1) pp. 109–128.

Walsh, Linda (1996). The expressive face: manifestations of sensibility in eighteenth-century French art. Art History, 19(4) pp. 523–550.

West, Susie (2009). The English Country House Chapel: Building a Protestant Tradition, by Annabel Ricketts. The Journal of British Studies, 48(3) pp. 753–754. file

West, Susie (2002). Studies and status: spaces for books in seventeenth-century Penshurst Place, Kent. Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society, 12(3) pp. 266–292. file

West, Susie (2003). An overlooked inventory for Blickling Hall, Norfolk. Library History, 19(2) pp. 143–145. file

West, Susie (2013). An architectural typology for the early modern country house library, 1660-1720. Library, 14(4) pp. 441–464. file

Wood, Paul (2011). Moving the goalposts: modernism and 'World art history'. Third Text, 25(5) pp. 503–513.

Wood, Paul (2012). Display, restitution and world art history: the case of the ‘Benin Bronzes’. Visual Culture in Britain, 13(1) pp. 115–137.

Woods, Kim (2006). A passion altarpiece restored. Apollo pp. 40–45.

Woods, Kim W. (2002). The pre-reformation altarpiece of Long Melford Church. Antiquaries Journal, 82 pp. 93–104.

Woods, Kim (2012). The Master of Rimini and the tradition of alabaster carving in the early 15th century Netherlands. Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, 62

Conference Item

Christian, Kathleen (2006). Michelangelo's Bacchus and 'Forgeries' in Renaissance Collections of Ancient Sculpture. In: The XVIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology., August 23-26, 2003, Boston. file

Christian, Kathleen (2012). For the Delight of Friends, Citizens, and Strangers: Maarten van Heemskerck’s Drawings of Antiquities Collections. In: Die römischen Zeichnungen Maarten van Heemskercks 1532-1536/7. Internationales Colloquium, 8 December 2008, pp. 129–156. file

Lymberopoulou, Angeliki (2010). Fourteenth-century provincial Cretan church decoration: the case of the painter Pagomenos and his clientele. In: Towards Rewriting? New Approaches to Byzantine Art and Archaeology. Krakow Symposium on Byzantine Art and Archaeology, 8-10 September 2008, Krakow, Poland.

Walsh, Linda (2009). Finding a middle way: the search for a language of expression in mid-eighteenth-century French genre painting. In: Figuren des Ausdrucks Conference, January 2009, Berlin.

Walsh, Linda (2008). Art History at the Open University. In: Theory and Practice, January 2008, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Walsh, Linda (2012). James Ward's 'Marengo': A Congruence of Aesthetic Theory, Pictorial Tradition, Natural History and National Pride. In: Open University MA Student Conference, 25 Feb 2012, Birkbeck, University of London, Not applicable.

Woods, Kim (2012). The fortunes of art in alabaster: a historiographical analysis. In: From Major to Minor: the minor arts and their current status in art history, March 2011, Princeton, USA.

Woods, Kim (2013). Sculpture by the Master of Elsloo in England. In: Interdisciplinary Research on the Late Medieval Sculptor Master of Elsloo in an International Perspective, 20-21 October 2011 , Brussels KIK-IRPA.

Thesis

Gladstone, Helen Crawford (1990). Building an identity : two noblewomen in England 1566-1666. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Other

Benton, Tim (2003). Art Deco architecture. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK.

Benton, Tim (2006). Building Utopia. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK.

Edwards, Stephen (2007). Special Issue of Oxford Art Journal: Jeff Wall. Oxford University Press, UK.

McKellar, Elizabeth and Hebbert, Michael (2008). Special Issue of the London Journal: Tall Buildings in the London Landscape. Maney Publishing, UK.

McKellar, Elizabeth (2011). Charles and Marjorie Quennell. Oxford University.

Perry, Gillian (2011). Crystal World: Introduction. The Royal Society, The Royal Society.

Walsh, Linda (2011). Deconstructing and Reconstructing the Self: Sofia Coppola's 'Marie Antoinette' and Three Portraits. Invited paper.

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