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Brownlee-Chapman, Chloe; Chapman, Rohhss; Eardley, Clarence; Foster, Sara; Green, Victoria; Graham, Helen; Harkness, Elizabeth; Headon, Kassie; Humphries, Pam; Ingham, Nigel; Ledger, Sue; May, Val; Minnion, Andy; Richards, Row; Tilley, Liz and Townson, Lou (2018). Between speaking out in public and being person-centred: collaboratively designing an inclusive archive of learning disability history. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 24(8) pp. 889–903.

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Graham, Helen; Green, Victoria; Headon, Kassie; Ingham, Nigel; Ledger, Susan; Minnion, Andy; Richards, Rowena and Tilley, Elizabeth (2020). The public and the relational: The collaborative practices of the Inclusive Archive of Learning Disability History. In: Popple, Simon; Prescott, Andrew and Mutibwa, Daniel H. eds. Communities, Archives and New Collaborative Practices. Connected Communities. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 219–234.

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Ingham, Nigel; Walmsley, Jan and Tilley, Elizabeth (2024). "You just want to do what's right": Staff collusion in institutional abuse of people with learning disabilities. In: Punzi, Elisabeth and Steele, Linda eds. Sites of Conscience: Place, Memory, and the Project of Deinstitutionalization. Disability, Culture and Politics. Vancouver: UBC Press, pp. 231–250.

Ingham, Nigel and Atkinson, Dorothy (2013). An Oral History of the Ethics of Institutional Closure. Ethics and Social Welfare, 7(3) pp. 241–256.

Ingham, Nigel and Winder, Irene (2005). ‘We didn’t depend on anybody’. In: Rolph, Sheena; Atkinson, Dorothy; Nind, Melanie and Welshman, John eds. Witnesses to Change: Families, Learning Difficulties and History. Kidderminster: BILD, pp. 181–191.

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