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Chapters in Edited Books

'Accessories as Portraits and Portraits as Accessories' in Eva=Bettina Krems and Sigrid Ruby eds., Das Portråt als Kulturelle Praxis, Marburg: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2016, pp. 45-59

'The Portrait Miniature as an intimate object' in B. Pappe, J. Schmieglitz-Otten and G. Walczak eds.,European Portrait Miniatures, Petersberg: Micahel Imhof Verlag, 2013, pp. 16-26.

'Slavery and the Possibilities of Portraiture' , an essay by Marcia Pointon, in Agnes Lugo Ortiz and Angela Rosenthal eds., Slave Portraiture in the Circum Atlantic World 1630-1890, CambridgeUniversity Press, 2013

'The cultural meanings of jewelry' in Damian Skinner, ed., Contemporary Jewelry in Perspective, New York: Lark Books, 2013, (978-1-4547-02771-1), pp. 195-201.

'The art of Louis Francia' in Barbara Forrest and Marc Verdure eds., Petites et grandes histoires d'ici et d'ailleurs. Calais, son territoire et ses artistes, Calais: Musée des Beaux Arts, 2011

'"Charming Little Brats":Sir Thomas Lawrence's Portraits of Children' inC. Albinson, P. Funnell, and L. Peltz, Thomas Lawrence: Regency Power and Brilliance , published by Yale University Press for the National Portrait Gallery, London and Yale Center for British Art, 2010, pp. 55-83 This book was awarded the multiple author prize by the Historians of British Art in 2011

‘Women and their Jewels in Eighteenth-century England’ in J. Bachelor and C. Kaplan  eds., Women and Material Culture Palgrave, 2007, pp. 11-30.

‘National identity and the afterlife of Shakespeare’s portraits’ in T. Cooper ed., Searching for Shakespeare, London: National Portrait Gallery, 2006, pp. 217-225

'A Woman Weeps:  Hogarth's Sigismunda (1759) and the Aesthetics of Excess' in P. Gouk and H. Hills, eds., Representing Emotions, Basingstoke: Ashgate 2005

'Sacred Contagion: Secular Jewellery and Votive Transvaluation at the Santa Casa, Loreto, 1720-1820', in C. Van Eck and E. Winters eds., Dealing with the Visual, Basingstoke:  Ashgate, 2005

‘”Portrait ! Portrait!!  Portrait !!!” ‘ in D. Solkin, ed., Art on the Line, New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2001

‘James Cox's Museum', C. Goodwin, N de Marchi and A. Wharton eds., Economics and Art History, special edition of History of Political Economy, Duke University Press, 2000

'Materialising Memory' in C. Breward and M. Kwint eds., Material Memories, Oxford: Berg, 1999

'"These Fragments I have Shored against  my Ruins"', in K. Lippincott, ed., The Story of Time, London: Merrell Holberton and the National Maritime Museum, 1999 (1 85894 073 7), pp. 198-201

'Jewellery in eighteenth-century England', in M. Berg and H. Clifford eds., Consumers and Luxury: Consumer Culture in Europe 1650-1850, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1999 (0 7190 5273 4 / 07190 5274 2), pp. 120-146

'Wearing Memory: Mourning, Jewellery and the Body' in G. Ecker, ed., Trauer Tragen - Trauer Zeigen. Inszenierungen der Geschlechter, Munich: Fink Verlag, 1999, pp. 65-81

'Intrigue, Jewellery and Economics: Court Culture and Display in England and France in the 1780s' in D. Ormrod and M. North eds., Art Markets in Europe 1400-1800, Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999,  (1-84014-630-3) pp. 201-219

'Money and Nationalism' in G. Cubitt ed., Imagining Nations, Manchester University Press, 1998 (07190 5115 0/07190 5460 5), pp. 229-254

'Bureau de No Change: Geldscheine und ihre konstruktion nationaler identität', A. Schudy ed., Funfzig Jahre DM, Berlin: Elefanten Press, 1998,(3-88520-701-x)  pp. 42-53

'The fascination with this rendez-vous does not diminish ...' (on Manet's  Dejeuner sur l'Herbe ) in Paul Hayes Tucker, ed., Manet's 'Le Déjeuner sur l'Herbe,' Cambridge University Press, 1998, (0521-47466-3/0521-47984-3)pp. 152-166

'Geology and Landscape Painting in nineteenth-century England' in L.J. Jordanova and R. Porter eds., Images of the Earth, Oxford: British Society for the History of Science, (1979)  second revised and enlarged edition, 1997, pp. 93-123

'La fondation de la National Gallery: intention et adaptation'  in E. Pommier ed., Histoire de l'Histoire de l'Art,  Conferences et Colloques du Louvre,Paris: Klincksieck, 1997, pp. 197-219

'Picasso's Kahnweiler: Kahnweiler's Picasso', in J. Woodall ed., Portraiture: Facing the Subject, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1997, pp. 189-202

'Pugilism, Painters and National Identity in Early Nineteenth-Century England' in D. Chandler, ed., Boxer: An Anthology of Writings on Boxing and Visual Culture, London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 1996, pp.34-41

'Representing The Tempest  in the Boydell Gallery ' in W. Pape and F. Burwick, eds., The Boydell Shakespeare Gallery, Bottrop: Peter Pomp, 1996, pp.103-111

'Paula Rego' in I. Christie and P. Dodd, eds., Spellbound, Hayward Gallery, London and British Film Institute, 1996, pp. 109-115; reprinted in Paula Rego. New Work, Marlborough Gallery Inc., New York, 1997

'Allegorizing Portrayal and Portraying Allegory: Reynolds's 'Three Ladies Adorning a Term of Hymen' in S. Schade, M.Wagen and S. Weigel eds.,  Allegorien und Geschlechter-differenz, Koln, Weimar and Wien:Bohlau, 1995,

pp.113-126

'Killing Pictures' in J. Barrell, ed., Painting and the Politics of Culture, Oxford University Press, 1993. pp. 39-72

'Aesthetic and Commodity: an Examination of the Function of the Verbal in Turner's Artistic Practice' in A. Marwick, ed., The Arts, Literature and Society, Routledge, 1991,

'Aesthetic and Commodity: an Examination of the Function of the Verbal in Turner's Artistic Practice' in S. Pugh, ed., Reading Landscape. Country-City-Capital, Manchester University Press, 1990, pp. 81-96

'The Politics of Portraiture: the Founding of the American National Portrait Gallery in 1968' in W. Vaughan ed., Art and Revolutionary Social Change, Strasbourg, 1989, CIHA Proceedings,  13 pages

Foreword to Henry Scott Tuke by K. Dinn and D. Wainwright, Sarema Press, 1989, 2 pages

'Louis Francia en Angleterre' in P. Le Nouëne, ed., Louis Francia, exhibition cat. Calais, 1988, pp.29-40

'On Reading Rowlandson's Vicar of Wakefield' in J. Moller ed., Imagination on a Long Rein: English Literature Illustrated, Marburg: Jonasverlag, 1988, pp.110-119

'Liberty on the Barricades: Politics, Power and the Erotic in Delacroix', in S. Reynolds, ed., Women, State and Revolution in Europe 1790-1986, Harvester Press, 1986, pp. 25-43

'Art History and the Undergraduate Syllabus: Is it a Discipline and How should we Teach it ?' in A.L. Rees and F. Borzello, eds., The New Art History, Camden Press, 1986, pp. 147-156 (first pub. THES, Nov. 1984)

'Problems of Identity, Definition and Analysis in Early Nineteenth-Century French Watercolour Painting', in J. White ed., Probleme und Methoden der Klassifizierung, Vienna, CIHA Proceedings, 1983, pp.99-103

'"Voisins et Allies": the French Critics' View of the English Contribution to the Beaux-Arts Section of the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1855' in F. Haskell ed.,'Arte ..., Bologna, Proceedings of CIHA, 1981, pp. 115-122 Saloni, Gallerie, Musei e Loro Influenze sullo Sviluppo dell

'Romanticism in English Art' in S. Prickett, ed., The Romantics: the Context of English Literature, Methuen, 1981, pp. 77-114

'Urban Narrative in the Early Art of William Mulready' in F.S. Schwarzbach and I.B. Nadel eds., Victorian Artists and the City, Pergamon, 1980, pp. 126-141

'Geology and Landscape Painting in Nineteenth-Century England' in L.J. Jordanova and R. Porter eds., Images of the Earth: Essays in the History of the Environmental Sciences, British Society for the History of Science, 1978, pp. 84-108  (re-issued in 1997)