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Authored book

HAMILTON, H., 2011. Green Gate Farm – 2010/11. Uisdean Mor Publishing. ISBN 9781447803560

HAMILTON, H., 2010. Good reason 2007/10.

HAMILTON, H., 2010. Good reason 2009-2010. ISBN 9781446655498

HAMILTON, H., 2010. Green Gate Farm – 2009/10.

HAMILTON, H., 2009. Good reason: Green Gate Farm.

HAMILTON, H., 2008. Good reason: Enderby Wildfowlers.

Chapter in book

HAMILTON, H., 2011. Michael Spender: a British pioneer of military aerial photographic mapping in World War II. In: H. HÄUSLER and R. MANG, eds., International handbook military geography, volume 2, proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Military Geosciences. Vienna: Austrian Ministry of Defence & Sports, pp. 249-257. ISBN 9783901183577

Conference contribution

HAMILTON, H., 2010. Good reason. In: 2010 International Visual Sociology Association, University of Bologna, Italy, July 2010, Bologna.

HAMILTON, H., 2010. Teaching the aspiring practitioner. In: Photography Next Stockholm, Nordiska Museet, Stockholm, Sweden, 4-5 February 2010, Stockholm.

HAMILTON, H., 2009. Good reason. In: 1st International Visual Methods Conference, University of Leeds, 15-17 September 2009, Leeds.

HAMILTON, H. and KIPPEN, J., 2009. [Invited speaker as part of the educational panel]. In: National Photography Symposium, Chetham's Library, Manchester, 19-21 June 2009, Manchester.

HAMILTON, H., 2009. Photographic mapping: the British amateur tradition. In: 8h International Conference on Military Geoscience University of Vienna, June 2009, Vienna.

HAMILTON, H., 2008. R.C. Victor Laws and Royal Flying Corp (RFC) photographic sections on the Western Front. In: Session 6: Geology and Maps in pre-1939 Europe, Boston, USA.

HAMILTON, H., 2008. Using photographic blogs to help students represent and explore their own world. In: Session 2: Helen Boulton and Hugh Hamilton Using web blogs to develop reflection / Using photographic blogs to help students represent and explore their own world, Quebec, Canada.

HAMILTON, H., 2007. How a Private in the Coldstream Guards helped to use a French invention in creating a map that defeated the Germans on the Western Front by 1918. In: 7th International Conference on Military Geology and Geography, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 18-27 June 2007, Quebec, Canada.

HAMILTON, H., 2005. Imagery of the battlescape, Roger Fenton and the Crimean War. In: 6th International Military Geology and Geography Conference, Nottingham University, Nottingham, UK, 22 June 2005, Nottingham University.

HAMILTON, H., 2005. There is no such thing as a photographer. In: Redeye Symposium 2005: Photographers Guide to the Future, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, 23 April 2005, Manchester.

Website content

HAMILTON, H., 2007. Working with life, spelling and photography.

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