Wall, C. 2018. A collection of voices. The Modernist. Winter (29).
Clarke, L., Michielsens, E. and Snijders, S. 2018. Misplaced Gender diversity policies and practices in the British construction industry: developing and inclusive and transforming strategy. in: Emuze, F. and Smallwood, J. (ed.) Valuing People in Construction Abingdon Routledge. pp. 130-150
Clarke, L. 2018. Contradictions between Artisan and Wage Labour Production: Non–Simultaneity in the Building of Somers Town from the End of the Eighteenth Century. in: Heine, E.-C. and Rauhut, C. (ed.) Producing Non-Simultaneity: construction sites as places of progressiveness and continuity Abingdon Routledge.
Wall, C. 2018. William Arrol and Peter Lind: demolition, construction and workmanship on London’s Waterloo Bridges 1934 -1946. 6th International Congress on Construction History. Brussels 09 - 13 Jul 2018
Clarke L., Michielsens, E., Snijders, S. and Wall, C. 2018. No More Softly, Softly: Women in the Construction Workforce . in: Emuze, F. and Smallwood, J. (ed.) Valuing People in Construction Routledge. pp. 130-149
Wall, C. 2018. Lost lesbian spaces: memories of an urban community in 1970s London. European Social Science History Conference. Queen's University, Belfast 04 - 07 Apr 2018
Wall, C. 2018. ‘Nuclear prospects’: the siting and construction of Sizewell A power station 1957-1966. Contemporary British History.
Wall, C. 2018. Constructing Brutalism: in situ knowledge and skill on London's South Bank. in: Heine, E.-C. and Rauhut, C. (ed.) Producing non-simultaneity: construction sites as places of progressiveness and continuity Farnham, Surrey Ashgate. pp. 95-109
Wall, C. and Clarke, L. 2017. Constructing Post-War Britain: building workers stories.
Wall, C. 2017. Building Brussels: Building Brutalism. Building Brussels. Brussels 09 Jun 2017
Wall, C. 2017. Standardization on Site: skill and the construction process in mid-twentieth century Britain. Standard Architecture Symposium . Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany 19 - 22 Oct 2017
Wall, C. 2017. “We don’t have leaders! We’re doing it ourselves!”: squatting, feminism and built environment activism in 1970s London. field: Journal. 7 (1), pp. 129-140.
Wall, C. 2017. Sisterhood and Squatting in the 1970s: Feminism, Housing and Urban Change in Hackney. History Workshop Journal. 83 (1), pp. 79-97.
Clarke, L., Gleeson, C.P. and Winch, C. 2017. What kind of expertise is needed for low energy construction. Construction Management and Econonomics. 35 (3), pp. 78-89.
Wall, C. 2017. New notions of value in Modern Architecture. in: Modern Futures London Unicorn Books.
McGuire, C., Clarke L. and Wall, C. 2016. ‘Through Trade Unionism you felt a belonging – you belonged’: Collectivism and the Self-Representation of Building Workers in Stevenage New Town. Labour History Review. 81 (3), pp. 211-236.
Campbell, J.W.P., Bill, N., Driver, M., Heaton, M., Pan, Y., Tutton, M., Wall, C. and Yeomans, D. (ed.) 2016. Further Studies in the History of Construction: the Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the Construction History Society. Cambridge Construction History Society.
Gleeson, C.P., Summerfield, A., Biddulph, P., Stone, A., Grainger, C., Agnolucci, P., Oikonomou, E. and Lowe, R. 2016. Detailed analysis of data from heat pumps installed via the Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme. London Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Gleeson, C.P. 2016. Labour and Low Energy Buildings: the energy performance gap as Social Practice. 34th International Labour Process Conference. Berlin 04 - 06 Apr 2016