Exhibit Painting Display


Books and edited volumes

Donington, Katie (2024) ‘Whose Heritage? Slavery, Country Houses, and the “Culture Wars” in England’, in Conermann, S., et al (eds), Cultural Heritage and Slavery: Perspectives from Europe, Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 139-166.

Crisp, Lindsay Polly (2024) ‘Objects as bodies in Michael Landy’s Shelf Life, in Mohan, U (ed.), The Efficacy of Intimacy and Belief in Worldmaking Practices, London & New York: Routledge.

Donington, Katie (2023) ‘Cultivating the world: English country house gardens, 'exotic' plants and elite women collectors, c.1690-1800’ in Stobart, Jon (ed), Global Goods and the Country House, London: UCL Press.

Wallis, Robert J. (ed) (2023), The Art and Archaeology of Human Engagements with Birds of Prey: From Prehistory to the Present, London: Bloomsbury.

Aylett, Samuel (forthcoming 2023) Legacies of an Imperial City: The Museum of London 1976-2007. London and New York: Routledge.

Thøfner, Margit (2022) ‘Why Giants?’ in Verberckmoes, J. (ed), Zwierige Reuzen in de 18e eeuw en de Lierse ommegang van 1722, Lier: Gezellen van ‘t Groot Volk.

Wallis, Robert J. (2021) ‘Reproduction, Simulation and the Hyperreal: a case study of ‘Lascaux III’ 2015-2017, in Rozwadowski, Andrzej and Jamie Hampson (eds), Visual Culture, Heritage and Identity: Using Rock Art to Reconnect Past and Present, Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 132-144.

Journal papers

Taylor, Clare (2022) ‘Gilt Leather at Gwydir Castle’, PMC Notes, 20, Jan 2022, pp. 22-29.

Thøfner, Margit (2021) ‘Of Elephants and Harmony: Memory, Knowledge and Pleasure in the Joyous Entry of Albert of Austria and Isabella of Spain into Antwerp’, Cheiron 1, pp. 39-67.

Conference papers

Taylor, Clare (2022) ‘An authentic material? Gilt leather imitations in late nineteenth-century Britain’, paper to the 12th Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Leather and Related Materials Working Group, hosted by the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, 12 Oct 2022 [online],

Blog posts

Donington, Katie (2022) ‘Slavery and the Bank of England: Exploitation on Display’, Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slavery, UCL.

Taylor, Clare (2021) ‘“She is now of the family of Champcommunal and other money makers”: women, antiques and interiors in mid twentieth-century London’, antiquedealersblog, University of Leeds

Taylor, Clare (2021) ‘Solving the puzzle: Unexpected findings inside A History of English Furniture’, antiquedealersblog, University of Leeds,