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Which Visual Transmission Of Knowledge For A Hawza Knowledge?
Fusari, M. 2021. Which Visual Transmission Of Knowledge For A Hawza Knowledge? in: Gleave, R. (ed.) Knowledge and Authority in Shi'i Islam: Volume 1: Clerics and the Hawza System in the Middle East London I.B. Tauris.

The Changing Geopolitics of Global Communication
Thussu, D.K. 2021. The Changing Geopolitics of Global Communication. London Routledge.

Architecture and its Imprint: Building, Concepts, Publication
Peckham, A. 2021. Architecture and its Imprint: Building, Concepts, Publication. London Routledge.

Workers’ Photography in the East End
Stevens, S. 2020. Workers’ Photography in the East End.

The Reel Sally Bowles
Stevens, S. 2020. The Reel Sally Bowles.

Tower Flat
Guibert, E. 2020. Tower Flat.

Hunger March
Stevens, S. 2020. Hunger March.

Parallax, a story in two parts
Wright, A. 2020. Parallax, a story in two parts. in: Tammer el Sheikh (ed.) Hybrid Bodies: An Anthology of Writings on Art, Identity and Intercorporeality Wilmington, USA Vernon Press. pp. TBC

Experiment, Cybernetics and the Formal Film in Britain
Reynolds, L. 2020. Experiment, Cybernetics and the Formal Film in Britain. in: A companion to Experimental Cinema Wiley-Blackwell.

From the Proliferation of the Photographic to the Nullification of Truth: Personal and Commercial Narratives of Travel in Britain, 1890s-1930s
Dominici, S. 2020. From the Proliferation of the Photographic to the Nullification of Truth: Personal and Commercial Narratives of Travel in Britain, 1890s-1930s. Image [&] Narrative.