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Basu, Paul and De Jong, Ferdinand (2016) Utopian archives, decolonial affordances:Introduction to special issue. Social Anthropology, 24 (1). pp. 5-19. ISSN 0964-0282

Boness, Doron, Clarke, Joanne and Goren, Yuval (2015) Ceramic neolithic pottery in Cyprus - Origin, technology and possible implications for social structure and identity. Levant, 47 (3). pp. 233-254.

Brooks, Nick and Clarke, Joanne (2014) Prehistory of the Western Sahara:A Synthesis of Fieldwork, 2002 to 2009. Oxbow Books. ISBN 9781782971726

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Champion, Louis and Haour, Anne (2013) Le site de Tin Tin Kanza, Nord-Bénin, Hiver 2013:Une étude préliminaire du matériel céramique du Sondage I. Nyame Akuma, 79.

Clarke, Joanne (2005) Archaeological Perspectives on the Transmission and Transformation of Culture: A View from the Eastern Mediterranean. Oxbow. ISBN 1842171682

Clarke, Joanne (2017) Burial Practices in Western Sahara. In: Burials, Migration and Identity in the Ancient Sahara and Beyond. Cambridge University Press and The Society for Libyan Studies, Cambridge.

Clarke, Joanne (2002) Ceramic Function in Neolothic Cypriot Society: the Validity of using Ethno-Archaeology in Interpretation. CNWS Publications. ISBN 9057890720

Clarke, Joanne (2016) Ceramics 1. Neolithic - Chalcolithic. In: Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology. SIMA LXXXI.10, 10 . Astroms Editions, Sweden, pp. 7-29.

Clarke, Joanne (2010) Connections Between Cyprus and the Near East in the Later Neolithic. In: The Development of Pre-state Communities in the Ancient Near East: Studies in Honour of Edgar Peltenburg. Oxbow, pp. 197-206. ISBN 9781842174074

Clarke, Joanne (2010) Contextualising Neolithic Cyprus: Preliminary Investigations into Connections Between Cyprus and the Near East in the Later Neolithic. In: The Development of Pre-State Communities in the Ancient Near East. Studies in Honour of Edgar Peltenburg. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 197-206.

Clarke, Joanne (2014) Cyprus During the Neolithic Period. In: The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 177-193. ISBN 978-0-19-921297-2

Clarke, Joanne (2012) Decorating the Neolithic: an Evaluation of the Use of Plaster in the Enhancement of Daily Life in the Middle Pre-pottery Neolithic B of the Southern Levant. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 22 (2). pp. 177-186. ISSN 1474-0540

Clarke, Joanne (2009) Excavations at Kalavasos-Kokkinogia, 2004-2007. Working Paper. Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus.

Clarke, Joanne (2004) Gaza Research Project Report of 1999 and 2000 seasons of al-Moghraga. Levant, 36. pp. 31-36.

Clarke, Joanne (2002) Gender, Economy and Ceramic Production in Neolithic Cyprus. In: Engendering Aphrodite: Women and Society in Ancient Cyprus. Oxbow Books, pp. 251-263. ISBN 0-89757-059-6

Clarke, Joanne (2003) Insularity and Identity in Prehistoric Cyprus. In: Le Néolithique de Chypre. Ecole Francaise d'Athenes, pp. 203-218. ISBN 2869581440

Clarke, Joanne (2007) Site diversity in Cyprus in the late 5th millenium BC. Levant, 39. pp. 13-26.

Clarke, Joanne (2003) Style and Society in Ceramic Neolithic Cyprus. Levant, 33. pp. 65-80.

Clarke, Joanne (2017) The use of basketry in early agricultural communities in the Ancient Near East. In: Basketry and Beyond: Constructing Cultures. Brill. (In Press)

Clarke, Joanne, Brooks, N., Clarke, J., Garfi, S. and Pirie, A. (2009) The Archaeology of Western Sahara: Results of Environmental and Archaeological Reconnaissance. Antiquity, 83 (322). pp. 918-34. ISSN 1745-1744

Clarke, Joanne, Brooks, Nick, Banning, Edward B., Bar-Matthews, Miryam, Campbell, Stuart, Clare, Lee, Cremaschi, Mauro, di Lernia, Savino, Drake, Nick, Gallinaro, Marina, Manning, Sturt, Nicoll, Kathleen, Philip, Graham, Rosen, Steve, Schoop, Ulf-Dietrich, Tafuri, Mary Anne, Weninger, Bernhard and Zerboni, Andrea (2016) Climatic changes and social transformations in the Near East and North Africa during the 'long 4th millennium BC: A comparative study of environmental and archaeological evidence. Quaternary Science Reviews, 136 (Mediterranean Holocene Climate, Environment and Human Societies). 96–121. ISSN 0277-3791

Clarke, Joanne, Clarke, J., Croft, P. and McCartney, C. (2007) The 1940s Excavations at Kalavasos-Kokkinogia and Kalavasos-Pampoules. In: Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus. Ministry of Communications & Works, Cyprus, pp. 45-86.

Clarke, Joanne, Clarke, J., Croft, P. and McCartney, C. (2007) New Light in Ancient Pits. The 1940s Excavations at Kalavasos-Pamboules, Cyprus. In: Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus. Ministry of Communications & Works, Cyprus, pp. 45-88.

Clarke, Joanne, Steel, L, Manley, W P and Sadeq, M (2004) Egyptian Funerary Cones from el-Mogharaqa, Gaza. The Antiquaries Journal, 84. pp. 319-333. ISSN 1758-5309

Clarke, Joanne, Wasse, Alex and McCartney, Carole (2007) On the Margins of Southwest Asia: Cyprus in the 6th to 4th Millennia BC. Oxbow. ISBN 9781842172810

Conway, Declan, Brooks, Nicholas, Briffa, Keith and Merrin, P.D. (1998) Historical climatology and dendroclimatology in the Blue Nile River basin, northern Ethiopia. IAHS-AISH Publication, 252. pp. 243-251.

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De Jong, Ferdinand (2016) Animating the Archive: The trial and testimony of a Sufi saint. Social Anthropology, 24 (1). pp. 36-51. ISSN 0964-0282

De Jong, Ferdinand (2014) Archiving after Empire:Saint-Louis and its Sufi Counter-Memory. Francosphères, 3 (1). pp. 25-41. ISSN 2046-3820

De Jong, Ferdinand (2016) At work in the archive: introduction to special issue. World Art, 6 (1). pp. 3-17. ISSN 2150-0894

De Jong, Ferdinand (1998) De Verbeelding van Volkscultuur: Maskers, Maskerades en hun Representatie in Musea en Folklore. In: Yearbook Netherlands Open Air Museum. SUN/Nederlands Openluchtmuseum, Nijmegen/Arnhem, pp. 84-109.

De Jong, Ferdinand (2000) The Forbidden Masquerade: Ethnicity and the Management of Ritual in Senegal. In: Roots and Rituals: The Construction of Ethnic Identities. Het Spinhuis, Amsterdam, pp. 499-516.

De Jong, Ferdinand (2005) The Jola Museum: Poetics of Autochthony in Senegal. In: From Modern Myths to Global Encounters: Belongings and the dynamics of change in postcolonial Africa. CNWS Publications, Leiden, pp. 118-126.

De Jong, Ferdinand (2013) Le secret exposé:Révélation et reconnaissance d’un patrimoine immatériel au Sénégal. Gradhiva:Revue d'Anthropologie et Museologie Paris, 18. pp. 98-123.

De Jong, Ferdinand (1995) The Making of a Jola Identity: Jola Inventing their Past and Future. In: Popular Culture: Beyond Historial Legacy and Political Innocence (Proceedings of CERES/CNWS Summer School 1994). CERES, Utrecht, pp. 133-150.

De Jong, Ferdinand (2007) Masquerades of Modernity: Power and Secrecy in Casamance, Senegal. Indiana University Press.

De Jong, Ferdinand (1997) The Power of a Mask: A Contextual Analysis of the Senegalese Kumpo Mask performance. Focaal: European Journal of Anthropology. Special Issue on Globalization/Localization: Paradoxes of Cultural Identity. pp. 37-56. ISSN 0920-1297

De Jong, Ferdinand (1998) The Production of Translocality: Initiation in the Sacred Grove in Southern Senegal. Focaal: European Journal of Anthropology. Special Issue on Globalization/Localization: Paradoxes of Cultural Identity, 30-31. pp. 61-83. ISSN 0920-1297

De Jong, Ferdinand (1999) The Production of Translocality: Initiation in the Sacred Grove in Southern Senegal. In: Modernity on a Shoestring: Dimensions of Globalization, Consumption and Development in Africa and Beyond. EIDOS in association with the African Studies Centre Leiden and the Centre of African Studies London, Leiden and London, pp. 315-340.

De Jong, Ferdinand (2000) Secrecy and the State: The Kankurang Masquerade in Senegal. Mande Studies, 2. pp. 153-173.

De Jong, Ferdinand (1999) Trajextories of a Mask Performance: The Case of the Senegalese Kumpo. Cahiers d'Études africaines, 153. pp. 49-71. ISSN 1777-5353

De Jong, Ferdinand and Foucher, Vincent (2010) La tragédie du roi Abdoulaye? Néomodernisme et Renaissance africaine dans le Sénégal contemporain. Politique africaine, 118. pp. 187-204.

De Jong, Ferdinand and Gasser, Geneviève (2005) Canadian Journal of African Studies: Contested Casamance/Discordante Casamance, special issue on the civil war in the Casamance region of Senegal. Canadian Journal of African Studies, 39 (2). ISSN 1923-3051

De Jong, Ferdinand and Harney, Elizabeth (2015) Foreword:Art from the Archive. African Arts, 48 (2). pp. 1-4. ISSN 1937-2108

De Jong, Ferdinand and Murphy, David (2014) Introduction:Archiving the Postcolonial City. Francosphères, 3 (1). pp. 1-8. ISSN 2046-3820

De Jong, Ferdinand and Probst, Peter (2009) African Arts: special issue on Art and Heritage. African Arts, 42 (4). ISSN 1937-2108

De Jong, Ferdinand, Quinn, Brian and Bach, Jean-Nicolas (2014) Ruines d'Utopies:L’École William Ponty et L’Université du Futur africain. Politique africaine, 135. pp. 71-94.

De Jong, Ferdinand and Quinn-Valente, Brian (2017) Infrastructures of Utopia: Ruination and Regeneration of the African Future. Africa, 88 (2). ISSN 0001-9720 (In Press)

De Jong, Ferdinand and Rowlands, Michael (2008) Journal of Material Culture: special issue on Postconflict Heritage. Journal of Material Culture, 13 (2). ISSN 1460-3586

Dell, Simon (2016) After the Portrait?:N.E. Thing Co.’s Portfolio of Piles. In: Paper Cities. Leuven. ISBN 9789462700581

Dell, Simon (2007) The Image of the Popular Front in France: The Masses and the Media in interwar France. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 0230003281

Dell, Simon (2010) Immediacy and Mediation: The Press, the Popular Front in France and the Spanish Civil War. In: The Mexican Suitcase: The Rediscovered Spanish Civil War Negatives of Capa, Chim and Taro. International Photography Centre, New York.

Dell, Simon (2003) Internationalismus und die Kultur der Volksfront: John Heartfield und die Fotomontage. In: Kultur als Fenster zu einem besseren Leben und Arbeiten. Aisthesis Verlag: Bielefeld, pp. 369-384. ISBN 3895284432

Dell, Simon (2003) Love and Surrealism: Rene Magritte and Andre Breton in 1929. Word and Image, 19 (3). pp. 214-222. ISSN 1943-2178

Dell, Simon (2008) On Location: Art, Space and Place in the 1960s. [Show/Exhibition]

Dell, Simon (2008) On Location: Siting Robert Smithson and his Contemporaries. Black Dog Publishing. ISBN 9781906155599

Dell, Simon (2011) On the Difficult Conjunction of "Worker" and "Photography" in France. In: The Worker Photography Movement:1926-1939: Essays and Documents. Museo nacional centro de arte, Reina Sofia, Madrid.

Dell, Simon (2001) On the Metaphor and Practice of Photography: Social Realism, the Popular Front in France and the Dynamics of Cultural Unity. History of Photography, 25 (1). pp. 52-60. ISSN 2150-7295

Dell, Simon (2013) Yeyap’s resources:Representation and the arts of the Bamum in Cameroon and France, 1902-1935. In: World Art and the Legacies of Colonial Violence. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 31-58. ISBN 978-1-4094-5588-2

de Jong, Ferdinand (2005) Contested Casamance: Introduction. Canadian Journal of African Studies, 39(2). ISSN 1923-3051

de Jong, Ferdinand (2016) Cultural Festivals in Senegal: Archives of Tradition, Mediations of Modernity. In: The First World Festival of Negro Arts, Dakar 1966. Postcolonialism Across the Disciplines 20 . Liverpool University Press, pp. 166-179. ISBN 9781781383162

de Jong, Ferdinand (2001) Démasqué. Etnofoor, 14 (2). pp. 7-22.

de Jong, Ferdinand (2009) First Word: Hybrid Heritage. African Arts, 42 (4). 1,4-5. ISSN 1937-2108

de Jong, Ferdinand (2001) Il Museo Diola. Identitià locali, oggetti sacri e turismo nella Casamance. Etnosistemi, 8. pp. 91-101.

de Jong, Ferdinand (2005) A Joking Nation: Conflict Resolution in Senegal. Canadian Journal of African Studies, 39 (2). pp. 389-413. ISSN 1923-3051

de Jong, Ferdinand (2002) The Jola Museum: An appropriation of museum practice. Journal of Museum Ethnographers, 14 (2). 0-00.

de Jong, Ferdinand (2007) Masquerades of Modernity: Power and Secrecy in Casamance, Senegal (International African Library). Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748633197

de Jong, Ferdinand (2007) A Masterpiece of Masquerading: Contradictions of Conservation in Intangible Heritage. In: Reclaiming Heritage: Alternative Inaginaries of Memory in West Africa. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 161-84. ISBN 9781598743074

de Jong, Ferdinand (2002) Politicians of the Sacred Grove: Citizenship and ethnicity in southern Senegal. Africa, 72 (02). pp. 203-220. ISSN 0001-9720

de Jong, Ferdinand (2007) Reclaiming Heritage: Alternative Imaginaries of Memory in West Africa. Left Coast Press. ISBN 978-1-598743074

de Jong, Ferdinand (2008) Recycling Recognition: The Monument as Objet Trouvé of the Postcolony. Journal of Material Culture, 13 (2). pp. 195-214. ISSN 1460-3586

de Jong, Ferdinand (2010) Remembering the Nation: The Mourid Maggal in Saint Louis, Senegal. Cahiers d'Études africaines, 197. pp. 123-151. ISSN 1777-5353

de Jong, Ferdinand (2009) Shining Lights: Self-fashioning in the Lantern Festival of Saint Louis, Senegal. African Arts, 42(4). pp. 38-53. ISSN 1937-2108

de Jong, Ferdinand (2004) The Social Life of Secrets. In: Situating Globality: African Agency in the Appropiation of Global Culture. Lieden: Brill Publishers, pp. 257-276. ISBN 90 04 13133 7

de Jong, Ferdinand (2003) Towards an Anthropology of Modernity. Studia Africana, 14. pp. 45-46.

de Jong, Ferdinand and Rowlands, Michael (2008) Postconflict Heritage. Journal of Material Culture, 13 (2). pp. 131-134. ISSN 1460-3586

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Gosselain, O, Haour, Anne, MacDonald, K and Manning, Kat (2010) Introduction. In: African pottery roulettes past and present: techniques, identification, and distribution. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 1-34.

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Haour, Anne (1999) Blank Page in Niger. Nyame Akuma, 52. pp. 44-49.

Haour, Anne (2015) Book Review: Approaching African History. English Historical Review, 130. pp. 1513-1515. ISSN 0013-8266

Haour, Anne (2006) Contributions to Peoples and Cultures of Africa, a six volume series on modern Africa and Africans. Bateman.

Haour, Anne (2006) Contributions to the Sahelian section of The City and Urban Life, Rogozinski, ed. A three volume reference work tracing the development of urban places from the first cities to the present day. M.E.Sharpe.

Haour, Anne (2006) Eating, dying and building walls in the central Sahel: aspects of archaeology of daily life at Kufan Kanawa, Niger. Nyame Akuma, 66. pp. 35-46.

Haour, Anne (2003) Ethnoarchaeology in the Zinder region, Republic of Niger: the site of Kufan Kanawa. Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 56 . Archaeopress. ISBN 1841715069

Haour, Anne (2010) Knotted strip roulette. In: African pottery roulettes past and present: techniques, identification and distribution. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 177-180.

Haour, Anne (2010) Kufan Kanawa: the former Kano? The archaeology of a 600-year old site in Niger. In: Being and becoming Hausa: interdisciplinary perspectives. Brill, Leiden, pp. 141-163.

Haour, Anne (2004) L'ancienne Kano? Nouveaux résultats de Kufan Kanawa, Niger. In: Acts of the 11th Congress of the PanAfrican Association of Prehistory and Related Fields, Bamko Feburary 2001. Bamako, Mali, pp. 54-61.

Haour, Anne (2013) Mobilité et archéologie le long de l’arc oriental du Niger:pavements et percuteurs. Afriques. ISSN 2108-6796

Haour, Anne (2003) One hundred years of archaeology in Niger. Journal of World Prehistory, 17 (2). pp. 181-234. ISSN 1573-7802

Haour, Anne (2013) Outsiders and Strangers:An Archaeology of Liminality in West Africa. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199697748

Haour, Anne (2005) Power and permanence in precolonial Africa: a case study from the central Sahel. World Archaeology, 37 (4). pp. 552-565. ISSN 1470-1375

Haour, Anne (2011) Putting pots and people in the Sahelian empires. Azania (issue guest-edited in collaboration with K Manning), 46 (1). pp. 36-48.

Haour, Anne (2005) Review - African Archeology: An Introductory but Critical Synthesis. Journal of African History, 46 (3). pp. 507-508. ISSN 0021-8537

Haour, Anne (2006) Review of Bedaux, R., Polet, J., Sanogo, K and Schmidt, A. (eds.) Recherches archéologiques à Dia dans le delta intérieur du Niger (Mali): bilan des saisons de fouilles 1998-2003. Journal of African Archaeology, 4 (2). pp. 353-356.

Haour, Anne (2014) Review of Green, Brokers of Change: Atlantic Commerce and Cultures in precolonial Western Africa. English Historical Review. pp. 941-943. ISSN 0013-8266

Haour, Anne (2001) Review of McIntosh, S. 1999: Beyond Chiefdoms: Pathways to complexity in Africa. Africa, 71 (04). pp. 694-695. ISSN 0001-9720

Haour, Anne (2013) Review of S. Dueppen, An egalitarian revolution. Journal of African Archaeology, 11. pp. 111-114.

Haour, Anne (2009) Review of S.J. Salm & T. Falola (eds.) African Urban Spaces in Historical Perspective. Journal of African Archaeology, 7 (2). pp. 277-279.

Haour, Anne (2007) Rulers, warriors, traders and clerics: the Central Sahel and the North Sea. Oxford University Press (in the context of the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellows Monograph Scheme). ISBN 0197264115

Haour, Anne (2013) Social complexity in Iron Age and early modern West Africa:Review of S. Dueppen, An egalitarian revolution and Ogundiran and Monroe, Power and Landscape in Atlantic West Africa. Antiquity. ISSN 0003-598X

Haour, Anne (2012) To the other shore: West African trade centres and the wics. In: From one sea to the other: trade centres in the European and Mediterranean Early Middle Ages. Brepols, Turnhout, pp. 441-456.

Haour, Anne (2017) What made Islamic trade distinctive - as compared to pre-Islamic Trade? In: Trade in the Ancient Sahara and Beyond. Trans-Saharan Archaeology . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9781108161091

Haour, Anne (2003) Why these African walls? Some considerations from Kufan Kanawa, Niger. In: Researching Africa's Past: new perspectives from British archaeologists. School of Archaeology, Oxford University, Oxford, pp. 97-101.

Haour, Anne (2011) The archaeology of Hausaland. In: Gold, slaves and ivory - medieval empires in northern Nigeria. Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Mainz, pp. 66-69.

Haour, Anne (2011) The early medieval slave trade of the central Sahel: archaeological and historical considerations. In: Comparative dimensions of slavery in Africa: archaeology and memory. Proceesings of the British Academy (168). Open University Press/British Academy, Oxford, pp. 61-78.

Haour, Anne (2000) The former Kano? Ethnoarchaeology of Kufan Kanawa, Niger. Antiquity, 74. pp. 767-768. ISSN 1745-1744

Haour, Anne (2008) A pottery sequence from Garumele (Niger) - a former Kanem-Borno capital? Journal of African Archaeology, 6 (1). pp. 3-20.

Haour, Anne, Banni Guene, Oumarou, Gosselain, Olivier, Livingstone Smith, Alexandre and N'Dah, Didier (2011) Survey Along the Niger River Valley at the Benin-Niger Border. Nyame Akuma, 76.

Haour, Anne, Blench, R, Driver, T and Hendrie, B (1998) Resource Conflict in Semi-Arid Africa: An Essay and Annotated Bibliography. Overseas Development Institute, London.

Haour, Anne and Gado, B (2009) Garumele, ville médiévale du Kanem-Borno? Une contribution archéologique. Journal of African History, 50. pp. 1-21. ISSN 1469-5138

Haour, Anne and Galpine, R (2005) Culture and technology in the pottery of the medieval Sahel. Journal of African Archaeology, 3 (1). pp. 127-137.

Haour, Anne and Keita, D (2010) Folded strip roulette. In: African pottery roulettes past and present: techniques, identification, and distribution. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 169-176.

Haour, Anne and Linseele, V (2010) Faunal remains at Garumele. Journal of African Archaeology, 8 (2). pp. 167-184.

Haour, Anne and Mitchell, P (2003) Introduction. In: Researching Africa's Past: new perspectives from British archaeologists. School of Archaeology, Oxford.

Haour, Anne and Moguen, C (2008) Afrique Oubliée; Translation (English to French) of Connah, G. 2004. Forgotten Africa: an introduction to its archaeology. L'Harmattan.

Haour, Anne and N'Dah, Didier (2017) Preparing a large archaeological field project in Africa. In: Preparing a large archaeological field project in Africa. UNSPECIFIED. (In Press)

Haour, Anne, N'Dah, Didier, Gosselain, Olivier and Nixon, Sam (2015) Carrefour des empires: archéologie, histoire et ethnographie dans le Dendi. self published.

Haour, Anne, Nixon, Sam, N'Dah, Didier, Magnavita, Carlos and Livingstone Smith, Alexandre (2016) The settlement mound of Birnin Lafiya: new evidence from the eastern arc of the Niger River. Antiquity, 90 (351). pp. 695-710. ISSN 0003-598X

Haour, Anne and Pearson, John (2004) An Instance of Dental Modification on a human skeleton from Niger, West Africa. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 24 (4). pp. 427-433. ISSN 1468-0092

Haour, Anne and Rossi, B (2010) Introduction: Hausa identity: language, history and religion. In: Being and becoming Hausa: interdisciplinary perspectives. Brill, Leiden, pp. 1-33.

Haour, Anne, Winton, V and Idé, O (2005) The Project SAHEL 2004: preliminary review of new work in the Parc W, Niger. Nyame Akuma, 64. pp. 50-54.

Haour, Anne, Winton, V, Idé, O, Rendell, H and Clarke, M (2006) The Project Sahel 2004: The archaeological sequence in the Parc W, Niger. Journal of African Archaeology, 4 (2). pp. 299-315.

Hardwick, Tom and Riggs, Christina (2010) The king as a falcon: A "lost" statue of Thutmose III rediscovered and reunited. Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologisches Instituts Abteilung Kairo, 66. pp. 107-119. ISSN 0342-1279

Heslop, T A (2004) Art and the Man: Archbishop Wulfstan and the York Gospelbook. In: Wulfstan Archbishop of York: The Proceedings of the Second Alcuin Conference (Studies in the Early Middle Ages). Brepols, Turnhout, pp. 293-322. ISBN 2503522246

Heslop, T A (2010) Attending at Calvary: An early fifteenth-century English Panel Painting. In: Tributes to Nigel Morgan. Contexts of Medieval Art: Images, Objects and Ideas. Harvey Miller/Brepols, Turnhout, pp. 278-292. ISBN 9781905375295

Heslop, T A (2001) Contemplating Chimera in Medieval Imagination: St. Anselm's Crypt at Canterbury. In: Raising the Eyebrow: John Onians and World Art Studies. An Album Amicorum in his honour. BAR International Series (996). Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. 153-168. ISBN 1841712779

Heslop, T A (2005) The English origins of the Coronation of the Virgin. Burlington Magazine, 147 (1233). pp. 790-797.

Heslop, T A (2008) The Implication of the Utrecht Psalter in English Romanesque Art. In: Romanesque: Art & Thought in the Twelfth Century, Essays in Honor of Walter Cahn. Occasional Papers of the Index of Christian Art (10). Penn State University Press, Princeton, pp. 267-290. ISBN 0976820269

Heslop, T A (2007) Manuscript Illumination at Worcester c. 1055-65: the origins of the Pembroke Lectionary and the Caligula Troper. In: The Cambridge Illuminations: The Conference Proceedings. Harvey Miller, London, pp. 65-75. ISBN 150432565

Heslop, T A (2009) Regarding the Spectators of the Bayeux Tapestry: Bishop Odo and his Circle. Art History, 32 (2). pp. 222-249. ISSN 1467-8365

Heslop, T A (2005) Swaffham Parish Church: Community Building in Fifteenth Century Norfolk. In: Medieval East Anglia. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, pp. 246-271. ISBN 1843831511

Heslop, T A (2001) Worcester Cathedral Chapterhouse and the Harmony of the Testaments. In: New Offerings, Ancient Treasures. Studies in Medieval Art presented to George Henderson. Alan Sutton, Stroud, pp. 280-311. ISBN 0750915714

Heslop, T. A. (2017) Saint Anselm’s “Grand Tour” and the Full-Page Picture Cycle in the Markyate Psalter. In: St. Albans and the Markyate Psalter. Studies in Iconography: Themes and Variations . Medieval Institute Publications. ISBN 9781580442589

Heslop, T.A (2012) The Alabaster Tomb at Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk: its Workmanship, Cost and Location. In: Patrons and Professionals in the Middle Ages. Harlaxton Medieval Studies vol.XXII . Donington, pp. 333-346.

Heslop, T.A (2000) Art, Nature and St Hugh's Choir at Lincoln. In: England and the Continent in the Middle Ages: Studies in Memory of Andrew Martindale, Proceedings of the 1996 Harlaxton Symposium. Shaun Tyas, Stamford, pp. 60-74.

Heslop, T.A (2012) Constantine and Helena: the Roman in English Romanesque. In: Architecture and Interpretation: Essays for Eric Fernie. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, pp. 163-175.

Heslop, T.A (2010) Les monastères clunisiens anglais et leurs sceaux: vers 1090-1120. In: Cluny: onze siècles de rayonnement. Centre des monuments nationaux, pp. 380-387.

Heslop, T.A (2011) The Nave of Attleborough, Norfolk, and the Architecture of Unknowing. In: Architecture, Liturgy and Identity. Liber Amicorum Paul Crossley. Brepols, Turnhout, pp. 47-60.

Heslop, T.A (2011) St Anselm, Church Reform and the Politics of Art. In: Anglo-Norman Studies, Proceedings of the Battle Conference for 2010. Woodbridge, pp. 103-126.

Heslop, T.A (2000) Weeting Castle, a Twelfth-Century Hall-House in Norfolk. In: Architectural HIstory. Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, pp. 42-57.

Heslop, T.A (2002) Weeting Castle, a Twelfth-Century Hall-House in Norfolk (reprinted). In: La Maison médiévale en Normandie et Angleterre, Actes des tables rondes de Rouen et de Norwich (1998-99). Rouen, pp. 131-141.

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Khalaf, Nadia and Haour, Anne (2013) Excavations at Tin Tin Kanza (TTK), Northern Bénin. Nyame Akuma, 79. pp. 101-111.

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Lunnon, Helen, Heslop, Thomas, Ayers, Brian and Haynes, Clare (2016) The Parish Churches of Norwich north of the River Wensum: City, Community, Architecture and Antiquarianism. Church Archaeology. (In Press)

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Mack, John (2001) Africa: Arts and Cultures. British Museum Press. ISBN 0714125482

Mack, John (2007) The Art of Small Things. British Museum Press. ISBN 9780714150468

Mack, John (2012) Drawing Degree zero: The Indigenous encounter with pencil and paper. World Art, 2 (1). pp. 70-105. ISSN 2150-0908

Mack, John (2003) "Ethnography" in the Enlightenment. In: Enlightening the British: Knowledge, discovery & the museum in the Eighteenth Century. British Museum Press, pp. 114-118. ISBN 071415010X

Mack, John (2002) "Exhibiting Cultures" Revisited: Translation and Representation. FOLK: Journal of the Danish Ethnographic Society, 43. pp. 195-209.

Mack, John (2011) Fetish? Magic Figures from Central Africa. Journal of Art Historiography, 5. pp. 1-14. ISSN 2042-4752

Mack, John (2011) Healing words:Becoming a spirit-host in Madagascar. Anthropology and Medicine, 18 (2). pp. 231-243. ISSN 1469-2910

Mack, John (2007) The Land Viewed from the Sea. Azania, 62. pp. 1-14.

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