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Number of items: 10.

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Clayton, Ewan (2021) The virtual and the real. Digital culture and the body in the study of handwriting. Open Information Science, 5 (1). pp. 11-26. ISSN 2451-1781

Collier, Mike, Hogg, Bennett and Strachan, John (2021) Songs of place and time: Birdsong and the dawn chorus in Natural History and the Arts. Gaia Project Press, Manchester, UK. ISBN 9780993219290

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Graham, Beryl (2021) The Cheapness of Writing Paper, and Code: Materiality, Exhibiting and Audiences after New Media Art. In: Object—Event—Performance: Art, Materiality, and Continuity since the 1960s. Cultural Histories of the Material World . Bard Graduate Center, New York, pp. 235-258. ISBN 9781941792223

Graham, Beryl (2021) Sentient Systems: Exhibiting Interaction, Participation or Collaboration? In: Surrey Art Gallery: TechLab 20th Anniversary [TBC]. Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, Vancouver, Canada. (Submitted)

Graham, Beryl (2021) Startup meets Artist programme, MediaFutures.eu. UNSPECIFIED.

Graham, Beryl (2021) What is the shape of a PhD research process? In: Research Student Training Seminars, 28 January 2021, Glasgow, Graduate School of the College of Arts, University of Glasgow.

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Haapasaari, Riikka (2021) Glass taking the lead: glass-informed filmmaking in creative practice. Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

Hall, Lynne, Paracha, Samiullah and Hagon-Green, Gill (2021) Appropriate Value-based ICTs in support of Frontline Peacekeepers. In: British HCI Conference 2021, 19-21 July 2021, London, UK.

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Petrie, Kevin and Sarmiento, Jeffrey (2021) The Glass Reader. Routledge. ISBN 9781350067752 (In Press)

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Rennie, Colin (2021) Crafting Computation: Digital glass interface. [Research Portfolio]. Artefacts and book chapter.

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