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Heron, Fergus (2014) Desires grown solid: shopping centre interiors In: Deriu, D., Kamvasinou, K. and Shinkle, E., eds. Emerging landscapes: between production and representation. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 45-49. ISBN 9781409467052

Hodgson, Francis (2015) Finalement, qu'est-ce qu'une collection? In: Picard, Pascale, ed. Oser la photographie: 50 ans d'une collection d'avant-garde à Arles. Silvana Editoriale; Musée Réattu, Arles-en-Provence, France, pp. 61-73. ISBN 9788836631261

Hodgson, Francis (2016) John G. Zimmerman: a new reputation from an established career In: De Winde, A., Gilleir, A., Kohns, O., Lambrecht, W. and Van Speybroeck, L., eds. America in black and white: selected photographs of John G. Zimmerman. Hannibal Publishing, Furnes, Belgium, pp. 16-22. ISBN 9789492081766


Morton, Christopher and Newbury, Darren (2015) The African photographic archive: research and curatorial strategies [Edited Collections]


Newbury, Darren (2011) Biographical entries on Ernest Cole, Alfred Duggan-Cronin, David Goldblatt, Seydou Keïta, Peter Magubane, Malick Sidibé and Constance Stuart Larrabee. In: Dictionary of African biography. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Newbury, Darren (2009) Defiant images: photography and apartheid South Africa UNISA Press, Pretoria. ISBN 9781868885237

Newbury, Darren (2013) Going and Coming Back: Photographs of 1950s Cape Town by Bryan Heseltine [Exhibition]

Newbury, Darren (2015) Going and coming back: curating the post-apartheid archive In: Morton, C. and Newbury, Darren, eds. The African photographic archive: research and curatorial strategies. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 157-175. ISBN 9781472591241

Newbury, Darren (2011) Living historically through photographs in post-apartheid South Africa: reflections on Kliptown Museum, Soweto In: Lehrer, E., Milton, C. and Patterson, M., eds. Curating difficult knowledge: violent pasts in public places. Palgrave-Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 91-108. ISBN 9780230296725

Newbury, Darren (2013) People apart: 1950s Cape Town revisited [Edited Collections]

Newbury, Darren (2012) Picturing an "ordinary atrocity": the Sharpeville Massacre In: Batchen, G., Gidley, M., Miller, N. and Prosser, J., eds. Picturing atrocity: photography in crisis. Reaktion, London, pp. 209-223. ISBN 9781861898722

Newbury, Darren (2015) Relocating the Heseltine photographic collection at District Six Museum African Arts, 48 (2). pp. 64-77. ISSN 0001-9933

Newbury, Darren (2013) Sizwe Bansi and the strong room of dreams: photographic histories after apartheid In: Enwezor, O. and Bester, R., eds. Rise and fall of apartheid: photography and the bureaucracy of everyday life. Prestel, New York, pp. 226-233. ISBN 9783791352800

Newbury, Darren (2015) ‘An invitation to visit Windermere’: moments of departure and return in the biography of the Bryan Heseltine collection In: Edwards, E. and Morton, C., eds. Photographs, museums, collections: between art and information. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 65-81. ISBN 9781472533661


Pollen, Annebella (2011) Beyond us and them: participatory photography after Mass Observation Bolton at Home / Bolton Library and Museums Services, Bolton.

Pollen, Annebella (2014) Book Review: Oral History and Photography by Alexander Freund and Alistair Thomson (eds) Photography and Culture, 7 (3). pp. 337-340. ISSN 1751-4517

Pollen, Annebella (2013) Book Review: Snapshots: The Lives of Images by Catherine Zuromskis The Times Higher Education Supplement, 2130. p. 54. ISSN 0049-3929

Pollen, Annebella (2011) Doing Family Photography by Gillian Rose New Formations, 71. pp. 140-141. ISSN 0950-2378

Pollen, Annebella (2016) Dressed to the left Photoworks Annual, 24. pp. 12-13.

Pollen, Annebella (2013) The Family of Man Redux Photoworks, Brighton.

Pollen, Annebella (2015) For One Day Only: Multiple Perspectives on Everyday Life Mass Observation Archive, The Keep, Brighton.

Pollen, Annebella (2011) Fun over function: The vernacular photographic exhibition as wishing well, ghost train and curiosity shop Ph: Photography Research Network blog, UK.

Pollen, Annebella (2014) Fungible Photographs: Book review of Digital Snaps by Jonas Larsen and Mette Sandbye (eds) Source: The Photographic Review, 79.

Pollen, Annebella (2008) 'It is not art but it is history': Domestic architecture and the interwar amateur photographer Geffrye Museum, London.

Pollen, Annebella (2014) Mackintoshes and Trilbies: Photographing like Humphrey Spender in Mass Education Photoworks, 4 Oct - 2 Nov 2014, Brighton.

Pollen, Annebella (2015) Mass Photography: Collective Histories of Everyday Life International Library of Visual Culture . I.B. Tauris, UK. ISBN 9781784530112

Pollen, Annebella (2013) Moving targets: photography and its metaphors Modernism/modernity, 20 (1). pp. 123-127. ISSN 1071-6068

Pollen, Annebella (2013) Ordinary and Everywhere New Formations, 79. pp. 159-161. ISSN 0950-2378

Pollen, Annebella (2011) Plus Ca Change...: Book Review of Risto Sarvas and David M. Frohlich, From Snapshots to Social Media: The Changing Picture of Domestic Photography New Formations, 74. pp. 134-137. ISSN 0950-2378

Pollen, Annebella (2007) Polyfoto of unknown woman Knowing the Unknown Sitter, UK.

Pollen, Annebella (2016) Selling popular photography on the British high street In: Bull, Stephen, ed. The Wiley-Blackwell companion to photography. Wiley-Blackwell, UK. ISBN 9781405195843

Pollen, Annebella (2017) The Shifting Authority of Auntie: BBC4 Photography Season Source: The Photographic Review, 90. pp. 61-62.

Pollen, Annebella (2012) When is a cliche not a cliche? Reconsidering mass-produced sunsets National Media Museum, London, UK.

Pollen, Annebella (2016) The rising tide of photographs: Not drowning but waving? Captures: figures, theories et pratiques de l'imaginaire, 1 (1). ISSN 2371-1930

Pollen, Annebella and Baillie, Juliet (2014) Amateur Photographic Communities, Real and Imagined: Collective Identity in Camera Clubs and Mass-Participation Events Photoworks Annual, 21. pp. 160-167.

Pollen, Annebella and Baillie, Juliet (2012) Reconsidering Amateur Photography [Edited Collections]

Pollen, Annebella and Baillie, Juliet (2012) Reconsidering amateur photography: an introduction National Media Museum, London, UK.

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