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Article

Longair, Sarah (2015) Cultures of curating: the limits of authority [introduction]. Museum History Journal, 8 (1). pp. 1-7. ISSN 1936-9816

Matthews, Geoff (2010) Challenging sustainability. Museums & Heritage . pp. 11-12. ISSN UNSPECIFIED

Book Section

Catalani, Anna (2008) Yoruba identity and western museums: ethnic pride and artistic representations. In: Heritage and identity: engagement and demission in the contemporary world. Museum Meanings . Routledge. ISBN 9780415453363

Hill, Kate (2001) Roughs of both sexes: the working class in Victorian museums and art galleries. In: Identities in space : contested terrains in the Western city since 1850. Historical urban studies . Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 190-203. ISBN 075460280X

Voase, Richard (2010) Visualizing the past: Baudrillard, intensities of the hyper-real and the erosion of historicity. In: Culture, Heritage and Representation: Perspectives on Visuality and the Past. Heritage, Culture & Identity . Ashgate Publishing, Farnham, Surrey, UK, pp. 105-123. ISBN 9780754675983

Conference or Workshop contribution

Catalani, Anna (2016) ‘Like satires of creation, we move north, gazing at Europe and brazing the dazzling Sahara Sun’: diasporic imagination and heritage in the era of mass migration. In: 'What does heritage change?' Critical Heritage Studies Conference, 3-8 June 2016, Montreal.

Matthews, Geoff (2010) Conservation architecture and the narrative imperative: Birmingham back to backs. In: Narrative Space, 20-22 April 2010, University of Leicester.

Onol, Isil (2006) Haptic interactions with museum exhibits. In: ‘Engaging With Practice’ seminar, 19 Feb 2006, University of Huddersfield.

Onol, Isil (2006) Tactual Explorations [Exhibition & Presentation]. In: NODEM 06 - Digital interpretation in Art and Science Museums and Heritage Sites, 6-8 Nov 2006, University of Oslo, Norway.

Onol, Isil (2006) Tactual explorations: a tactile interpretation of a museum exhibit through tactile artworks and Augmented Reality. In: Touch and the Value of Object Handling. Workshop 2. New technologies for enhancing object interpretation: interactives, haptics and interface technologies, 1 Dec 2006, University of Central England, Birmingham.

Book or Monograph

Hill, Kate (2005) Culture and class in English public museums, 1850-1914. Historical urban studies . Ashgate, Aldershot. ISBN 0754604322

Hill, Kate (2012) Museums and biographies: stories, objects, identities. Heritage Matters, 9 . Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge. ISBN 9781843837275

Hill, Kate (2016) Women and museums 1850-1914: modernity and the gendering of knowledge. Gender in History . Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719081156

Thesis

Fairhurts, Alison R. G. (2015) The materials, construction and conservation of eighteenth century women's shoes. PhD thesis, University of Lincoln.

Hunt, Abigail (2013) Scholarly and public histories: a case study of Lincolnshire, agriculture and museums. PhD thesis, University of Lincoln.

Matthews, Geoff (1996) Museum.design.organization: an exploration of spatialities and a project in modelling museum design activity. PhD thesis, University of Hull.

Onol, Isil (2011) Haptic interaction with visual information: tactile exhibition as inclusive interface between museum visitors and the Bronze Bust of Sophocles. PhD thesis, University of Huddersfield.

Event, Show or Exhibition

Onol, Isil (2006) Tactual explorations. [Event, Show or Exhibition]

Learning Resource

Locker, Pam and Gittens, Douglas (2009) Pencils and pixels: a drawing learning resource for design students. [Learning Resource]

Other

Onol, Isil (2007) Genstanden må gerne berøres. Kultur og Erhverv Klubben (KEK) (Culture and Business Club).

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