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Waites, Ian (2015) Once there were roundabouts. Uniformagazine (3). pp. 26-29. ISSN 2056-6301
Waites, Ian (2013) “Places where I forgot things”: memory, identity and the British council estate in the paintings of George Shaw. Cultural Politics, 9 (3). pp. 357-370. ISSN 1743-2197
Waites, Ian (2011) 'Extensive fields of our forefathers': some prospect drawings of common fields in Northamptonshire by Peter Tillemans, c. 1719-21. Midland History, 36 (1). pp. 42-68. ISSN 0027-7738
Waites, Ian (2009) The prospect far and wide: an eighteenth-century drawing of Langley Bush and Helpston’s unenclosed countryside. John Clare Society Journal, 28 . pp. 5-22. ISSN 1356-7128
Waites, Ian (2004) 'A spacious horizon is an image of liberty': Artistic and literary representations of space and freedom in the English common field landscape in the face of Parliamentary Enclosure, 1810-1830. Capital & Class (84). pp. 83-102. ISSN 0309-8168
Waites, Ian (2010) The common field landscape: cultural commemoration and the impact of enclosure, c.1770-1850. In: The Land Question in Britain 1750-1950. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 19-36. ISBN 9780230203402
Waites, Ian (2007) Peter DeWint and the Lincolnshire landscape: the long extensive distances. In: Peter DeWint 1784-1849: for the common observer of life and nature. Lund Humphries, pp. 29-39. ISBN 9780853319375
Waites, Ian (2015) Something’s lost but something’s gained: the early songs of Joni Mitchell and their impact on a child living on a 1960s English council estate in Lincolnshire. In: Court and Spark: An International Symposium on Joni Mitchell, 3 July 2015, University of Lincoln.
Waites, Ian (2013) Ghost playparks and ghost bus stops: the archaeological traces of a provincial post-war English council estate. In: The Transformation of Urban Britain Since 1945, 9-10 July 2013, Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester.
Waites, Ian (2013) A paradise, what an idea! Defending the English council estate. In: Unofficial Histories, 15-16 June 2013, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Waites, Ian (2012) Sharing horizons that are new to us: planning, freedom and growing up on a 1960s English council estate. In: Royal Geographical Society / IBG Annual Conference, 3-5 July 2012, University of Edinburgh.
Waites, Ian (2012) ‘Places in which I forgot things’: memory, identity and the English council estate in the paintings of George Shaw. In: Affective Landscapes, 25-26 May 2012, University of Derby.
Waites, Ian (2011) The life and death of a council estate shopping area: ‘The Precinct’, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire 1965-2000. In: The History and Heritage of Post-war Council Estates: Exploring Changing Landscapes and Cultural Life , 30 June 2011, Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln.
Waites, Ian (2009) The shepherd on the hill: comparative notes on English and German romantic landscape painting 1810-1831. In: ï¿½Romantic Correspondencesï¿½, 4 November 2005, The Centre for Regional Cultures, University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, Newstead Abbey. .
Waites, Ian (2007) Peter DeWint 1784-1849: for the common observer of life and nature. In: Peter DeWint 1784-1849: for the common observer of life and nature, The Collection, Lincoln, 1 Jun - 28 Aug 2007, Lincoln, UK.
Waites, Ian (2006) English landscape art and the representation of the open field system, c.1725-1840. In: Institute of Historical Research seminar series: Locality & Region. University of London , 10 Jan - 06 Jun 2006, London.
Waites, Ian (2006) Darkness terrible in its own nature; Turner's Sublime in the common heathlands of South East London c.1796-7. In: Romantic Spectacle Conference. Centre for Research in Romanticism, 7-9 Jul 2006, Roehampton University, London.
Waites, Ian (2005) Where they seek for freedom still: space and freedom in the English common field landscape 1810-1830. In: Land Questions: Social, Cultural and Political Perspectives on the Land in the United Kingdom 1750-2000, 2-3 July 2005, University of Hertfordshire.
Waites, Ian (2012) Common land in English painting 1700-1850. Garden and Landscape series . The Boydell Press. ISBN 9781843837619
Dunne, Chris and Eastwood, Phil and Plowman, John and Maycroft, Neil and Waites, Ian (2005) The Labour of Art. The Beehive Press, Lincoln. ISBN 1860501982, 1860501990