Items where Research Area is "Arts and Education [obs.] > Visual Cultures [old]"
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Guins, Raiford and Kristensen, Juliette and lok, susan pui san and Highmore, Ben and Pollock, Griselda and Julier, Guy and Jay, Martin and González, Jennifer A. and Casid, Jill H. and Bal, Mieke and Dilnot, Clive and Sturken, Marita and Batchen, Geoffrey and Overton, Tom and Cartwright, Lisa and Kaplan, Louis and McPherson, Tara and Rifkin, Adrian and Clark, Laurie Beth and Lunenfeld, Peter and Stallabrass, Julian and Boyce, Sonia and Wong, Ming and Timberlake, John and Broomberg, Adam and Chanarin, Oliver (2012) Ways of seeing: 40th anniversary issue. In: Guins, Raiford and Kristensen, Juliette and lok, susan pui san, (eds.) Journal of Visual Culture. SAGE Publications, London, UK.
White, Luke (2012) Kung-fu cinema's Shaolin heroes in the Longue Durée of Chinese revolt. In: Riot, Revolt, Revolution, 5-7 Sept 2012, University of Brighton. (Unpublished)
White, Luke (2012) Nature, the metropolis and the apocalyptic sublime. In: Landscape & Eschatology, Friday, 13 January 2012, Tate Britain. (Unpublished)
White, Luke (2012) Vicissitudes of violence: Hong Kong martial arts cinema and the 1966/7 unrest. In: Genre Beyond Hollywood, 8 July 2012, University of Southampton. (Unpublished)
lok, susan pui san (2012) Making ways (visual essay for the Journal of Visual Culture's Ways of seeing: 40th Anniversary Issue). Journal of Visual Culture , 11 (2). pp. 196-204. ISSN 1470-4129
Timberlake, John (2011) Zones of tension: desertification and despoilation in Frederick Sommer’s Arizona photographs 1939-1945. In: Landscape & Eschatology, Friday, 13 January 2012, Tate Britain. (Submitted)
Timberlake, John (2011) The desert and the sea: the Sapphic sublime of Frederick Sommer. Philosophy of Photography, 2 (1). pp. 115-128. ISSN 2040-3682
White, Luke (2011) Towards a radical aesthetics of kung fu cinema: authenticity and the pedagogy of performing bodies in Lau Kar-leung’s Shaolin Cycle. In: Radical Aesthetics and Politics: Intersections in Music, Art and Critical Social Theory, 9 December 2011, Roosevelt House, Hunter College, CUNY. (Unpublished)
Desmet, Anne (2002) The Incisive Line: prints, paintings & drawings By Richard Fozard (1925 - 2000). Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture.
Warren, Geoffrey Richard (2001) The Daily Mail Ideal Home exhibition 1944-1962: representations of the 'Ideal Home' and domestic consumption. PhD thesis, Middlesex University.