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Members of place. regularly publish their work through monographs, edited collections, chapters and papers in academic journals - below is a selection of these, wich will grow and change as new titles/editions become available.

Paul Gough: 'Banksy : The Bristol Legacy ' Paul Gough
Banksy : The Bristol Legacy
160 pages with 100 illustrations,
245 x 170 mm
mainly colour
Redcliffe Press Ltd
26 April 2012
ISBN 978-1-906593-96-4
Joseph Beuys and the Celtic Wor[l]d Joseph Beuys and the Celtic Wor[l]d
A language of Healing
Victoria Walters
European Studies in Culture and Policy
vol. 10, Autumn 2012
ca. 304 pp

ISBN-CH 978-3-643-90105-7
Beuysian Legacies in Ireland and Beyond

Beuysian Legacies in Ireland
and Beyond

Art, Culture and Politics
Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes
& Victoria Walters
European Studies in Culture and Policy
ISBN 978-3-8258-0761-0

Moving Between the Lines Moving Between the Lines
Adams, Suze (Ed),
Wild Conversations Press for PLaCE 2011,
ISBN: 978-0-9560266-1-3

 Moving Between the Lines (PDF)
Deathscapes, 2010
Gough Paul
The living, the dead and the imagery of emptiness and re-appearance on the battlefields of the Western Front in Deathscapes, Spaces for Death, Dying, Mourning & Remembrance. 2010
Eds
Avril Maddrell & James D. Sidaway
ISBN: 978-0-7546-7975-2
Holy Hiatus
Holy Hiatus
Ruth Jones
Parthian Books Publishing, 2010
148 pp
ISBN: 9781905762552
Process Landscape and Text
Biggs Iain
Essaying Place: Landscape, Music and
Memory (after Janet Wolff)

in Process Landscape and Text
Catherine Brace & Adeline Johns-Putra, (Eds)
Amsterdam/New York, NY, 2010,
362 pp
A Terrible Beauty
A Terrible Beauty British Artists in the First World War
Paul Gough
Sansom, 2010
276 pp
ISBN: 978-1-906593-00-1
Curating and the Educational Turn
Curating and the Educational Turn
O'Neil, Paul & Wilson, Mick (Eds)
Open Editions (London)/de Appel Arts Centre (Amsterdam),2010
348 pp
ISBN: 978-0-949004-18-5
One Day Sculpture
One Day Sculpture
Claire Doherty & David Cross (Eds)
Bielefeld, Germany: Kerber Verlag, 2009
276 pp
ISBN-10: 3866783337
Situation
Situation - Documents of Contemporary Art:
Claire Doherty (Ed)
Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press & London: Whitechapel, 2009
240pp
ISBN-10: 0262513056
Art as Research: Creative Practice and Academic Authority:
Art as Research: Creative Practice and Academic Authority:
A project-based examination of the politics of art-led research in a doctoral context
Iain Biggs
VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG 2009, 152 pp
ISBN-10: 3639156919
On Mull
Iain Biggs & Josh Biggs
On Mull
Bristol: Wild Conversations Press for TRACE 2009
44 pp
ISBN 978-0-9560266-0-6
Chimaerae Verae
Iain Biggs, & Ruth Jones
Chimaerae Verae
Bristol: Wild Conversations Press
for TRACE 2007
limited edition DVD, box and booklet
The Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity
Paul Gough
Commemoration of war in The Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity
Eds Brian Graham & Peter Howard, 2008
474pp
ISBN: 978-0-7546-4922-9
Bordering: an Art / Geography Collaboration
Iain Biggs
‘Bordering’
in Bordering: an Art / Geography Collaboration
Holly McLaren (ed)
Queen Mary, University of London, 2007.
56pp
ISBN 0955117925
Debatable Lands Vol 1
Iain Biggs
Debatable Lands Vol 1 2007 (with contributions from Samira Abbassy, Jane Millar & Gary Peters)
Bristol, Wild Conversations Press (for TRACE) 2007.
89pp
ISBN1-902595-08-4
The Blue Notebook vol 1 no 2
Iain Biggs
Place, Enchantment, and “Visual Refrain”: a Context for Recent Book Work by Helen Douglas
The Blue Notebook vol 1 no 2, CFPR, UWE,
April 2007 pp. 12-21.
Journal of Arts and Communities
Iain Biggs
Song and the presence of Absent Communities
Journal of Arts & Communities vol 1 no 1 2009
ISSN 1757-1936
Curating Subjects
Curating Subjects
Paul O'Neill (Ed)
London: Open Editions, 2007
Curating Subjects is an anthology of new curatorial writing that documents the inter-dependent relationships between the curatorial past, present, and speculative futures. 272pp
ISBN-10: 0949004162
Cascade
Iain Biggs
Art, Dyslexia and Creativity
Morag Kiziewicz & Iain Biggs (eds)
Cascade – creativity across science, art, dyslexia, education
2007
ISBN 0 86197 137 X
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Curating Subjects
Claire Doherty
Curating Wrong Places…Or Where Have All the Penguins Gone
Curating Subjects Paul O’Neill (Ed),
London: Open Editions, 2007
272pp
ISBN-10: 0949004162
The Curatorial Turn: From Practice to Discourse
Paul O’Neill
The Curatorial Turn: From Practice to Discourse
Curating, Contemporary Art and Performance.
Juditt Rugg (Ed), Canterbury: University College for the Creative Arts, 2007
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International Journal of Heritage Studies
Paul Gough
Planting peace: the Greater London Council and the community gardens of central London
International Journal of Heritage Studies, Routledge, Volume 13, Issue 1, 2007
ISSN 1352-7258
Contested Objects Paul Gough
Calculating the future’,panoramic sketching, reconnaissance drawing and the material trace of war
Contested objects
N Saunders & P Cornish (Eds). London, Routledge, 336pp 2007
ISBN-10: 0415450705
Journal of Visual Art Practice Iain Biggs
Recovering Landscape: an art between seeing and hearing
Journal of Visual Art Practice
Volume: 5, Issue: 1&2, 2006
Intellect, Pages: 29-37
ISSN 1470-2029
engage 18 Iain Biggs
Art as Research, Doctoral Education
and the Politics of Knowledge

engage 18, 2006.
Karen Raney (Ed)
ISBN 13659383
Firstsite Claire Doherty
"Atmosphere - the work of Paul Rooney", Got Up Late the Other Day.
monograph.
Colchester: Firstsite, 2006

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Claire Doherty
In Search of the Miraculous. Back to the Future. ICA, London. 25 July 2006.
Part of the Back to the Future curatorial competition of imaginary exhibitions in which 4 curators were invited to 'rewrite history' presenting alternative proposals to the inaugural exhibition of Tate Modern
Stanley Spencer: Journey to Burghclere .Paul Gough
Stanley Spencer: Journey to Burghclere
Bristol: Sansom and Company, 2006.
208 pp
ISBN 1 9404537
Paul Gough
Insurrection: Resurrection: reviving the dead in the work of Stanley Spencer, Otto Dix & Jeff Wall.”Spaces, Haunting, Discourse Karlstad University, Sweden.
Constructions of Death, Mourning, & Memory WAPACC, N J, USA, 2006
www.vortex.uwe.ac.uk/cod06.htm
New Practices New Pedagogies: a Reader Iain Biggs & Amanda Wood
'Creative Practices and the "Stigma of the Therapeutic": an issue for postgraduate pedagogy?'
New Practices New Pedagogies: a Reader
Malcolm Miles (ed) London and New York: Routledge 2005
ISBN-10: 0415511569
Landscape Research Iain Biggs
Towards a Polytheistic Relationship to Landscape: Issues for Contemporary Art
Landscape Research vol 30 no 1 2005
pp 5-22
ISSN 0142-6397
Surface Iain Biggs
Unearthing Other Voices - a "polytheistic" approach to landscape
Surface: Land/Water and the Visual Arts University of Plymouth Books in association with Intellect Books 2005
96pp
ISBN-10: 1841509361
Contained Histories Iain Biggs & David Walker-Barker
'Place as a point of entry into a latticework of sensuous cognition open to deep time'
or 'The studio as echo chamber'

Contained Histories London, Hart Gallery 2005

www.land2.uwe.ac.uk/essay4.htm
Eight Lost Songs : The New Sowdun Songs Iain Biggs & Gary Peters
Eight Lost Songs : The New Sowdun Songs
CD and Booklet, with 3 photographs by
Ruth Jones
Making Space Publications 2005

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Thinking Through Art Iain Biggs
Hybrid Texts and Academic Authority: The Wager in Creative Practice Research
K. Macleod and L. Holdridge (Eds),
Thinking Through Art: Reflections on Art as Research
London and New York: Routledge, 2005
ISBN-10: 0415576334
Sculptomatic Mark Dunhill & Tamiko O’Brien
Sculptomatic
James Hockey Gallery Publications, 2005
80pp
ISBN 0-9543810-8-4
Thinking of the Outside: New art and the city of Bristol
Claire Doherty (Ed)
Bristol Legible City and the UWE in association with Arnolfini, 2005
136pp
ISBN 1 86043 3774
Between Carterhaugh and Tamshiel Rig Iain Biggs
Between Carterhaugh and Tamshiel Rig: a borderline episode
Bristol, Wild Conversations Press
for TRACE 2004
167pp
ISBN 1 902595 06 8
Garden of gratitude, the National Memorial Arboretum and strategic ‘remembering’. Paul Gough
Garden of gratitude, the National Memorial Arboretum and strategic ‘remembering’. People & their Pasts.
International Public History Conference,
Ruskin College, Oxford
16 – 17 September 2005
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Contemporary Art: From Studio to Situation Contemporary Art: From Studio to Situation
Claire Doherty (Ed)
London: Black Dog Publishing, 2004
192 pp
ISBN 1-904772-06-04
International Journal of Heritage Studies Paul Gough
Corporations and commemoration – First World War remembrance, Lloyds TSB and the National Memorial Arboretum International Journal of Heritage Studies Winter (2004): 435-455
ISSN 1352-7258
Abstract
Sites in the imagination: the Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial on the Somme Paul Gough
Sites in the imagination: the Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial on the Somme
Cultural Geographies 11.3 2004 pp 235-258
ISSN 1474 - 4740
Abstract
Rhetorical topographies - Art after landscape: memory place and identity Paul Gough
Rhetorical topographies - Art after landscape: memory place and identity
AHRB Centre for Cultural analysis, Theory and History, University of Leeds & LAN2D, Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax
5-6 November 2004
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