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Collier, Mike Wordsworth and Bashō: Walking Poets. [Show/Exhibition]

Cushway, David (2015) A Model for the Interpretation of the Ceramic Object Located in the Museum Developed through Post-Disciplinary, Post-Studio Practice. Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

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Ewins, Neil (2014) Design and manufacturing futures: The UK Ceramic industry in a period of globalization (c1995-2010). In: Design Culture: Object, Discipline and Practice Conference, 18-19 Sep 2014, University of Southern Denmark, Kolding. (Submitted)

Ewins, Neil (2013) The Formation of American Ceramic Preferences. In: Ceramic Identification in Historical Archaeology: the View from California, 1822-1940. Society for Historical Archaeology, USA, pp. 370-388.

Ewins, Neil (2014) Globalization and the UK Ceramic Industry - in Typographies of the Obsolete. In: Typographies of the Obsolete, 15th June-21st June, Spode Factory, Stoke on trent. (Submitted)

Ewins, Neil (1998) A Picture of Midwest American Ceramic 'Taste': Staffrodshire Cermics for the St Louis Market. In: Wedgwood: Production for Elegance, Fashion and Taste. Wedgwood International Seminars (WIS), Toronto, Canada. ISBN 0-9680898-2-8

Ewins, Neil (1992) Staffordshire Ceramic Trade with the United States: the role of the Merchants, Goddard, Burgess and Dale. Journal of Northern Ceramic Society, 9. pp. 153-163.

Ewins, Neil (1996) Staffordshire Commercial Links with the United States and the Development of Customer Distribution c1800-1880. In: Josiah Wedgwood & the Potter's Arts. Diane Publishing Co.. ISBN 978-0756769154

Ewins, Neil (1997) Supplying the Present Wants of Our Yankee Cousins. In: "Supplying the present wants of our Yankee cousins-": Staffordshire ceramics and the American market, 1775-1880. City Museum and Art Gallery of Stoke On Trent. ISBN 978-1874414193

Ewins, Neil (2013) UK Ceramic Manufacturing strategies, marketing and design in response to globalization c1990-2010. In: Design and Mobility: The Twenty-Second Annual Parsons/Cooper-Hewitt Graduate Student Symposium on the Decorative Arts and Design, 22 -23 Apr 2013, Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd floor, New York. (Submitted)

Ewins, Neil (2013) The UK Ceramic Marketing Strategy in response to globalization. In: 2013 Conference of Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing (CHARM), 30 May - 2 Jun 2013, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

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Hayes, Catherine, Fulton, John, Rennie, Colin and Petrie, Kevin (2017) ‘Heads or Tails? A Situational Analysis of Two Signature Pedagogies;an Epistemological Stance for Student Engagement’. In: RAISE 2017 Annual Conference – 'Perspectives on student engagement; looking forward…thinking back', 6th-8th September 2017, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester UK. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine, Todd, Claire, Livingstone, Andrew and Petrie, Kevin (2017) ‘Mind the Gap…What Gap? Co Constructing Knowledge in Somaesthetics and Kinesiology to Transcend Boundaries between Creative Arts and Science’. In: JISC 5th Annual Change Agents’ Network Conference, 20-21 Apr 2017, Exeter University. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine, Todd, Claire, Livingstone, Andrew and Petrie, Kevin (2017) ‘Transdisciplinarity in Knowledge Building – Welcome to the University of Sunderland’s Faculties of Arts and Creative Industries and Health Sciences and Wellbeing’. In: SU Student Led Celebration of Teaching and Learning Conference, 24 Mar 2017, National Glass Centre, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

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Jungwon, Park (2015) Hybrid Expression: Expressing Space through the Integration of East and West by Creating Ceramic Artwork. Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

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Kelly, Jessamy (2009) The combination of Glass and Ceramics as a means of artistic expression in studio practice. Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

Kim, Hyo-Sun (2014) The Possibility of Risk: an Exploration of Failure as Success through the Creation of Contemporary Ceramic Artwork based upon the Korean Moon Jar. Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

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Livingstone, Andrew 3x2 Exhibition of Contemporary Clay. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2013) Art Shanghai. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2014) 'Booze Britain' and 'English Scene' exhibited in Subversive Design 2014. [Artefact]

Livingstone, Andrew (2013) Causality - seen in AWARD - An extraordinary breadth of ceramic creativity. [Artefact]

Livingstone, Andrew Ceramic Arts and Design for a Sustainable Society. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2009) Ceramic Practice and the Digital Interface: Video and ceramic - a discipline activated reading, International Conference, Sydney. In: Australian Ceramics Triennale, International Conference, Sydney, National Art School, Sydney, Australia.

Livingstone, Andrew (2011) ‘The Ceramic Regurgitant: Suitability and the Readymade’. In: Making or Unmaking? The Contexts of Contemporary Ceramics, 27-29 October 2011, Bergen, Norway. (Unpublished)

Livingstone, Andrew (2011) The Ceramic Regurgitant: Sustainability and the Readymade. In: Ceramic Arts and Design for a Sustainable Society; International Ceramics Symposium 2011, 7 - 11 Mar 2011, Frölunda Culture Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Livingstone, Andrew (2012) The Ceramics PhD: Re-thinking Creative Pedagogy. In: National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) 46th Annual Conference: On the Edge, 27-31 Mar 2012, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, USA.

Livingstone, Andrew (2009) ‘Decentred meaning: ceramic materiality – relocating process and technique’. In: Proceedings of the Crafticulation & Education Conference. Nordfo, Helsinki University Press, Helsinki, pp. 101-112. ISBN 978-952-10-5578-2.

Livingstone, Andrew (2016) The Deconstruction of Trade in Imaging the Blue and White - The Impact of the New. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2015) Extending Vocabularies: Distorting the Ceramic Familiar - Clay and the Performative 'Other'. GICB Internation Ceramics Colloquium . Korean Ceramic Foundation, Korea.

Livingstone, Andrew (2017) Extending Vocabularies: Distorting the Ceramic Familiar - Clay and the Performative 'Other'. In: The Ceramics Reader. Bloomsbury Academic Press, London, pp. 323-334. ISBN 978-1-4725-8443-4

Livingstone, Andrew (2017) ‘Extending Vocabularies: Distorting the Ceramics Familiar – clay and the performative ‘other’'. In: The Ceramics Reader. Bloomsbury, pp. 323-334. ISBN 9781472584427

Livingstone, Andrew (2013) International Glass & Clay 2013. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2011) Mit Feuer und Flamme Red Hot - Ceramics in Contemporary Art Museum Villa-Rot, Bergieden, Germany. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2011) Mit Feuer und Flamme Red Hot - Ceramics in Contemporary Art. In: Mit Feuer und Flamme. Biberacher Verlagsdruckerei, pp. 60-65. ISBN 9783933614964

Livingstone, Andrew (2011) Parallax View. Art Editions North. ISBN 9781906832056

Livingstone, Andrew (2010) Parallax View. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2011) Parallax View: Interpreting Ceramics – Museum Collections and Artist Intervention. Ceramics Ireland (27). pp. 22-27. ISSN 1393-9513

Livingstone, Andrew (2010) Parallax View: interpreting ceramics - museum collections and artist intervention. In: 3rd International Ceramic Magazine Editors Association (ICMEA) Conference, 7-11 Nov 2010, Fuping, Shaanxi, China. (In Press)

Livingstone, Andrew (2014) “Parallax View”: Extending Vocabularies – re-reading a museum porcelain collection and the contemporary performative ‘other’. In: Ceramics in the Expanded Field Behind the Scenes at the Museum, 17 - 19 Jul 2014, University of Westminster. (Unpublished)

Livingstone, Andrew (2012) Shifting Paradigms in Contemporary Ceramics: The Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2012) Taiwan Ceramics Biennale 2012. [Show/Exhibition]

Livingstone, Andrew (2014) U(nu)sed and Abused: Social and Political Potentiality - Material, Manufacture and Abandoned Sites. In: Material Memory The Post Industrial Landscape as Site for Creative Practice, 14 Nov 2014, School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University. (Submitted)

Livingstone, Andrew and Kim, Jeoung-Ah (2011) Ceramic Arts and Design for a Sustainable Society. In: Ceramic Arts and Design for a Sustainable Society. Frolunda Culture centre, Gothenberg, pp. 36-53. ISBN 9789163381843

Livingstone, Andrew and Petrie, Kevin (2017) The Ceramics Reader. Bloomsbury Academic Crafts & Making . Bloomsbury Academic, London and New York. ISBN 978-1-4725-8442-7 (In Press)

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Metcalfe, Carol (2008) New Ash Glazes from Arable Crop Waste: Exploring the use of straw from Pisum sativum (Combining Pea) and Vicia faba (Field Bean). Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

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Petrie, Kevin (2011) Ceramic Transfer Printing. The New Ceramics . A&C Black Publishers Limited, London. ISBN 978-1-408-11328-8

Petrie, Kevin Printmaking for Ceramics and Glass Intersections & Counterpoints. IMPACT 7, International Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference Proceedings. (In Press)

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Tyrrell, John (2000) Built form in Koshirakura, an Activity Centre and Speed Reading Urban Design in Yokohama. In: AA Files 41, 1999, Japan, East and West..

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Watkinson, Cate and Cahill, Clinton (2012) Textile I & II, Curve with Steels. Three glass and steel sculptures. [Show/Exhibition]

Winter, Robert (2013) 2013 International Glass & Ceramic Art Exhibition Shanghai April 18th, 2013~ April 22th, 2013. [Show/Exhibition]

Winter, Robert (2012) Clay Diaries. [Artefact]

Winter, Robert (2012) Developing World Pottery (Vietnam) 2012. In: Deveoping World Pottery (Vietnam), August 2012, Vietnam. (Unpublished)

Winter, Robert (2008) Developing World Pottery(India). In: Developing World Pottery, 2 Nov – 6 Dec 2008, Pondicherry, India.

Winter, Robert Glass and Clay 2013, Washington DC USA. [Show/Exhibition]

Winter, Robert (2011) Lima and Chullucanas. In: Developing World Pottery (Peru), 9 - 20 Apr 2011, Peru. (Unpublished)

Winter, Robert Personal Ceramic Practice informed by indigenous pottery production. [Show/Exhibition]

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