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Barnes, Amy Jane (2020). 'Do the Chinese always smile?' Exhibiting the Cultural Revolution in Britain. Contemporary China Centre, University of Westminster.

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Barnes, Amy Jane (2018). Representing the China Dream: A case study in revolutionary cultural heritage. In: Watson, Sheila; Barnes, Amy Jane and Bunning, Katy eds. A Museum Studies Approach to Heritage. Leicester Readers in Museum Studies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 797–813.

Kraamer, Malika and Barnes, Amy Jane (2018). Un-placed heritage: Making identity through fashion. In: Watson, Sheila; Barnes, Amy Jane and Bunning, Katy eds. A Museum Studies Approach to Heritage. Leicester Readers in Museum Studies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 598–618.

Watson, Sheila; Barnes, Amy Jane and Bunning, Katy eds. (2018). A Museum Studies Approach to Heritage. Leicester Readers in Museum Studies. Abingdon: Routledge.

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Hyde, Colin and Barnes, Amy Jane (2016). Displaying Ghost Signs Online. In: Schutt, Stefan; Roberts, Sam and White, Leanne eds. Advertising and Public Memory: Social, Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Ghost Signs. Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies. Routledge.

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Barnes, Amy Jane and Kraamer, Malika (2015). Japanese Saris: Dress, Globalisation and Multiple Migrants. Textile History, 46(2) pp. 169–188.

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Barnes, Amy Jane (2014). Forum: Museums and Mental Health. Introduction. Museum Worlds: Advances in Research, 2(1) pp. 133–135.

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Dudley, Sandra H.; Barnes, Amy Jane; Binnie, Jennifer; Petrov, Julia and Walklate, Jennifer eds. (2012). Narrating Objects, Collecting Stories. Abingdon: Routledge.

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Barnes, Amy Jane and Walklate, Jennifer (2011). Afterword: a conversation with Sue Pearce. In: Dudley, Sandra; Barnes, Amy Jane; Binnie, Jennifer; Petrov, Julia and Walklate, Jennifer eds. The Thing About Museums: Objects and Experience, Representation and Contestation. Routledge.

Barnes, Amy Jane (2011). Displaying the Communist Other: Perspectives on the Exhibition and Interpretation of Communist Visual Culture. In: Dudley, Sandra; Barnes, Amy Jane; Binnie, Jennifer; Petrov, Julia and Walklate, Jennifer eds. The Thing about Museums: Objects and Experience, Representation and Contestation. Routledge.

Dudley, Sandra; Barnes, Amy Jane; Binnie, Jennifer; Petrov, Julia and Walklate, Jennifer eds. (2011). The Thing about Museums: Objects and Experience, Representation and Contestation. Abingdon: Routledge.

Barnes, Amy Jane (2011). Exhibiting China in London. In: Knell, Simon J.; Aronsson, Peter; Amunsden, Arne Bugge; Barnes, Amy Jane; Burch, Stuart; Carter, Jennifer; Gosselin, Viviane; Hughes, Sarah A. and Kirwan, Alan eds. National Museums: New Studies from Around the World. Routledge, pp. 386–399.

Knell, Simon J.; Aronsson, Peter; Amundsen, Peter Bugge; Barnes, Amy Jane; Burch, Stuart; Carter, Jennifer; Gosselin, Viviane and Hughes, Sarah A. eds. (2011). National Museums: New Studies from Around the World. Abingdon: Routledge.

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Barnes, Amy Jane; Chrusciel, Anna; Houlberg Rung, Mette; Lee, Jeong-eun; Lleras, Christina; Ottevanger, Jeremy and Woodham, Anna (2008). Museological Review, 13. School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester, Leicester.

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Pierson, Stacey and Barnes, Amy Jane (2002). A Collector's Vision: Ceramics for the Qianlong Emperor. London: Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.

Scott, Rosemary; Barnes, Amy Jane; Nikles, Estelle; Teo, Catherine and Pierson, Stacey eds. (2002). Qingbai Ware: Chinese Porcelain of the Song and Yuan Dynasties. London: Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.

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