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Ainsworth, Patrick. (2015). 'Technology enhanced reflection and meta-reflection: Guiding learners through reflective processes'. Dialogue, 5, pp. 24-36.
Anderton, Chris. (2010). 'A many-headed beast: progressive rock as European meta-genre'. Popular Music, 29, 3, pp. 417-435.
Anyan, Jennifer. (2015) 'Boredom and Reinvention for the Female Gaze within Personal Fashion Blogs in 21st Century Feminism and Femininity', in 21st Century Feminism and Femininity, eds. C.Nally and A.Smith, London: Palgrave, pp.67-91.
Emanuel, Lia and Neil, Greg J. and Bevan, Chris and Fraser, Danaë Stanton and Stevenage, Sarah V. and Whitty, Monica T. and Jamison-Powell, Sue. (2014). 'Who am I? Representing the self offline and in different online contexts'. Computers in Human Behaviour, 41, pp. 146-152.
Jones, Robin. (2012). '"Thinking" the domestic interior in post-colonial South Asia: the home of Geoffrey Bawa in Sri Lanka, 1960-1998'. Interiors: design, architecture,culture, 3, 3, pp. 203-226.
Loscialpo, Flavia. (2014). 'Utopian clothing: the futurist and constructivist overalls in the early 1920s’. Clothing Cultures, 1, 3, Special Issue, Intellect Ltd., pp.225-244.
Loscialpo, Flavia. (2011). ‘Fashion and Philosophical Deconstruction: A Fashion in-Deconstruction’, in Fashion Forward, e-book, edited by A. de Witt-Paul and M.Crouch, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp.13-29.
Lu, Jing. (2015). 'Emerging technologies for health data analytics research: A conceptual architecture'. 2nd International Workshop on NoSQL Databases, Emerging Database Technologies and Applications, Valencia. September (In press).
Mills-Mullett, Alex and Lu, Jing. (2015). 'Mining fuzzy time-interval patterns in clinical databases'. Thirty-fifth SGAI International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Cambridge, December (In press).
Monger, Al. (2013). 'Development of transnational work-based learning in the curriculum: an approach informed by the student experience'. Dialogue, 3, pp. 6-15.
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2013). 'Re-Learning Postmodernism in the History of Graphic Design: A (Con)Textual Analysis of Design Journal in the Late 1960s'. Journal of Design History, pp. 26, 2.
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2011). 'Gestalt and Graphic Design: an exploration of the humanistic and therapeutic effects of visual organisation'. Design Issues, 27, 4, pp. 56-67.
Penev, Kalin. (2015). 'Free search in multidimensional space II'. Numerical Methods and Applications. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 8962, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 103-111.
Slevin, Tom. (2013) 'Sonia Delaunay’s Robe Simultanée: Modernity, Fashion and Transmediality’, in Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body, and Culture', 17, 1, pp.27-54.
Berry, David, ed. (2012). 'Revisiting the Frankfurt School: essays on culture, media and theory'. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Cain, Sandra. (2010). 'Media Writing: A Practical Introduction'. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Chaney, Edward and Wilks, Timothy. (2013). 'The Jacobean Grand Tour: Early Stuart Travellers in Europe'. London: I.B. Tauris.
McNamara, Sallie and Andrews, Maggie, eds. (2014). 'Women and the media: Feminism and femininity in Britain, 1900 to the present'. Oxford: Routledge.
Miller, Sanda and McNeil, Peter. (2014). 'Fashion writing and criticism'. London: Bloomsbury.
Nimarkoh, Virginia and Jandrell, Mandy Lee and Gill, Simryn and Spero, David and Iles, Anthony and Soper, Kate and Wood, John. (2011). 'Edge of a Dream: Utopia, Landscape and Contemporary Photography'. London: Affram Books.
Peberdy, Donna. (2011). 'Masculinity and Film Performance: Male Angst in Contemporary American Society'.Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Slevin, Tom. (2015) Visions of the Human: Art, World War One, and the Modernist Subject, London: I.B. Tauris.
Taylor, Brandon. (2009). 'Aleksander Rodchenko's lines of force'. London: Tate Papers, 12.
Taylor, Brandon. (2009). 'Lamm's way', in Leonid Lamm: from utopia to virtuality. Place: Palace Editions.
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