A selection of recent publications from ASSC members:

2022

Crinson, Mark, and Ashby, Charlotte, eds. (2022) Building/Object: Shared and Contested Territories of Design and Architecture. London, UK: Bloomsbury Visual Arts. ISBN 9781350234000. Forthcoming

2021

Ashby, Charlotte (2021) Art Nouveau: Art, Architecture and Design in Transformation. London, UK: Bloomsbury Visual Arts. ISBN
9781350061149

Crinson, Mark (2021) What is Modern Architecture?. In: Lu, D. (ed.) Companion to Contemporary Architecture. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781138940178

Franklin, Kate and Boak, E. (2021) Early modern caravan networks in Afghanistan: a view from above. In: Clarkson, P. and Santoro, C. (eds.) Caravans in Global Perspective: Contexts and Boundaries. Routledge. ISBN 9780367773007

Kosec, Miloš, and Topp, Leslie, Fenced off, PLATFORM, 19 April 2021

McFadyen, Lesley (2021) Situated knowledge and Early Bronze Age occupation at Must Farm, Cambridgeshire. In: Soares Lopes, S. and Gomes, S. (eds.) Between the 3rd and 2nd Millennia BC: Exploring Cultural Diversity and Change in Late Prehistoric Communities. Oxford, UK: Archaeopress. ISBN 978178969922

McKim, Joel (2021) Oscillons and cathode rays: photographic hybrids in early computer artPhotographies 14 (3), pp. 459-479. ISSN 1754-0763

Opacic, Zoe (2021) Urban art, spaces and rituals. In: Gruber, E. and Zapke, S. (eds.) Companion to Medieval Vienna. Brill’s Companions to European History. Brill. pp. 497-523. ISBN 9789004395756

Opacic, Zoe (2021) Cui bono? The founding and funding of medieval religious institutions under Charles IV. In: Luxford, J. (ed.) Tributes to Paul Binski. Medieval Gothic: Art, Architecture & Ideas. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill. pp. 98-109. ISBN 9781912554744

Quinlan, Patrick (2021) Walls of Containment. Dublin, Ireland: UDC Press. ISBN 9781910820742

Topp, Leslie and Kosec, Miloš (2021) Infection and the politics of space: The Cordon Sanitaire. In: Jasper, A. (ed.) Social Distance. gta papers. Zurich, Switzerland: ETH Zürich, gta. ISBN 9783856764159

Wilkinson, Tom (2021) ‘Notgeld‘, in Penner, Barbara, et al. (eds.) Extinct: A Compendium of Obsolete Objects. London, UK: Reaktion Books. ISBN 9781789144529

2020

Baird, Jennifer (2020) The ruination of Dura-EuroposTheoretical Roman Archaeology Journal 3 (1), pp. 2. ISSN 2515-2289

Crinson, Mark (2020) “Compartmentalized world”: Race, architecture, and colonial crisis in Kenya and London. In: Cheng, I. and Davis II, C.L. and Wilson, M.O. (eds.) Race and Modern Architecture. Pittsburgh, U.S.: Pittsburgh University Press. pp. 259-276. ISBN 9780822966593

Franklin, Kathryn (2020) Moving subjects, situated memory: thinking and seeing medieval travel on the Silk RoadInternational Journal of Historical Archaeology 24, pp. 852-876. ISSN 1092-7697

2019

Franklin, Kathryn (2019) Making worlds at the edge of everywhere: politics of place in medieval Armenia. In: Eger, A. (ed.) The Archaeology of Medieval Islamic Frontiers: From the Mediterranean to the Caspian Sea. University Press of Colorado. ISBN 9781607328780

McFadyen, Lesley and Hicks, D., eds. (2019) Archaeology and photography: time, objectivity and archive. New York, U.S.: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350029682

2018

Crinson, Mark and Williams, R.J. (2018) The Architecture of Art History. Bloomsbury Visual Arts. London, UK: Bloomsbury Visual Arts. ISBN 9781350020917

Mckim, Joel (2018) Architecture, media, and memory: facing complexity in Post-9/11 New York. London, UK: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350037663

Topp, Leslie (2018) Single rooms, seclusion and the non-restraint movement in Britain, 1838-1844Social History of Medicine 31 (4), pp. 754-773