LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

The list of my writing with links to articles where they have free access or PDF downloads (often of final proofs) when allowed / out of copyright to the publisher

Articles / Catalogue Chapters:

  • 2021: ‘Acting on Destructive knowledge’ The Lancet Psychiatry, October DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(21)00360-6 

  • 2020: ‘Autonomy In and Through the Body’, Exhibition Catalogue Unfinished Business. The Fight for Women’s Rights, British Library

  • 2020: ‘Insight: Book Review -Tracing Faded Rainbows’, The Lancet Psychiatry, October, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(20)30392-8

  • 2020: ‘Insight: Exhibition – Pregnancy on Show’, The Lancet Psychiatry, April, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(20)30108-5

  • 2016: ‘Momento Mori: Grief, Remembering and Living’, The Lancet Psychiatry, March 2016: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(16)00060-2

  • 2016. Skull Triangles: Flinders Petrie, Race Theory and Biometrics.  Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, 26(1), p.Art. 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha-556 

  • 2016: ‘Archaeology: The Fabulous Fact and Fantasy Behind Indiana Jones’, Programme for Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Royal Albert Hall, March 2016.

  • 2015: ‘The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology’, co-authored with Dr Alice Stephenson, British Archaeology, November / December 2015: 46-51.

  • 2015: ‘Introduction’, co-authored with Dr. Alice Stephenson, Petrie Museum of Archaeology: Characters & Collections, London: UCL Press, 11-23 and several catalogue entries. Available online.

  • 2013: ‘The Archaeology of Race: The Eugenic Ideas of Francis Galton and Flinders Petrie’, Minerva, 7 (3): 17–23.

Journals / Chapters:

  • (Date TBC), ‘The Ghosts of Mary Ann Severn Newton: grief, an imagined life and (auto)biography’, Gabriel Moshenska and Claire Lewis (eds), Life Writing in the History of Archaeology: Critical Approaches, London: UCL Press.

  • 2021: ‘Back to Back: Babies, Bodies, Boxes’ in Carruthers, W. 2021. Special Issue: Inequality and Race in the Histories of Archaeology. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, X(X): X, pp. 1–19. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/bha-660

  • 2021: With Daniel Payne, ‘Giving Peace a Chance: Archives engagement at LSE Library’, Andrew H. W. Smith (ed.), Paper Trails. The social life of archives and collections, UCL Press https://ucldigitalpress.co.uk/BOOC/Article/3/97/

  • 2021: With Subhadra Das 'Information and Eugenics. Francis Galton', in Meyns, C. (Ed.). (2021). Information and the History of Philosophy (1st ed.). Routledge. 281-297: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351130752

  • 2019, ‘Seeing Race in Biblical Egypt: Edwin Longsden Long’s Anno Domini (1883) and A. H. Sayce’s The Races of the Old Testament (1891)’, Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 28(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.14324/111.444.2041-9015.1128

  • 2016: ‘Skull Triangles: Flinders Petrie, Race Theory and Biometrics’. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology. 26 (1), p.Art. 5. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/bha-556  

  • 2015, 'Queering Display: LGBT History and the Ancient World', Rebecca Langlands and Kate Fischer (eds). Sex, Knowledge, and Receptions of the Past, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • 2014, 'What's in a Face? Mummy Portrait Panels and Identity in Museum Display', William Carruthers (ed.) Histories of Egyptology: Interdisciplinary Measures, Routledge, Taylor and Francis. 

  • 2014   'The “Speculative Phase” of Archaeology', Claire Smith (Editor in Chief) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Springer Science and Business Media, 6980-6990. DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-0465-2_997

  • 2013 Co-author with Sara Perry (2013) 'Flinders Petrie and the Curation of Heads', Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, Vol. 38, No. 3, September 2013: 275-289.

  • 2013 'Creating Typecasts: exhibiting eugenic ideas from the past today', Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship, Vol. 28, No. 1: 15-33.

  • 2012 'Creating Voices: Ancient to Modern at the Petrie Museum', Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies, Vol. 10, No. 1: 35-38.

  • 2012 'Fashioning Archaeology into Art: Greek Sculpture, Dress Reform and Health in the 1880s', Journal of Literature and Science, Volume 5 No. 1, 53-69.

  • 2011 'Viewpoints: SF Egypt at the Petrie Museum', Foundation. The International Review of Science Fiction, 110, Winter 2011: 6-18.

  • 2011 'The Race for a Healthy Body: The Ancient Greek Physical Ideal in Victorian London', Barbara Goff & Michael Simpson (eds.),Thinking the Olympics. The Classical Tradition and the Modern Games, Bloomsbury: 141-155.

  • 2010 ‘The Ablest Race: Ancient Greek Art and Victorian Racial Theory’, Mark Bradley (ed.) Classics & Imperialism in the British Empire, Oxford University Press: 94-120

  • 2009 ‘Charles Newton and the British Museum: Articulating a Science of Ancient Art in the Nineteenth Century’, Carol Adlam & Juliet Simpson (eds.), Critical Exchange. Art Criticism of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries in Russia and Western Europe, Peter Lang: 153-166.

  • 2009  '“The duty of truth”: the friendship and influence between John Ruskin and Charles Newton', Ruskin Review and Bulletin, April / May 2009, Ruskin Centre, Lancaster: 5-15.

  • 2008 ‘Modern to Ancient: Greece at the Great Exhibition and the Crystal Palace’, Peter H. Hoffenberg and Jeffrey Auerbach (eds.), Great Britain, the British Empire and the World at the Great Exhibition, Ashgate: 173-190.

  • 2006 ‘The Parthenon Sculptures: Emblems of British National Identity’, British Art Journal VII.1: 33-39.