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

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


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.

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


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

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


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


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.


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.

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


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

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


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

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