Items where Author is "Stevens, B"

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Journal article

HARDICK, O., DODS, S., STEVENS, B. and BRACEWELL, D.G., 2015. Nanofiber adsorbents for high productivity continuous downstream processing. Journal of Biotechnology, 213, pp. 74-82. ISSN 0168-1656

DODS, S.R., HARDICK, O., STEVENS, B. and BRACEWELL, D.G., 2015. Fabricating electrospun cellulose nanofibre adsorbents for ion-exchange chromatography. Journal of Chromatography A, 1376, pp. 74-83. ISSN 0021-9673

TIAN, Y., LIU, C., HUTT, D. and STEVENS, B., 2014. Electrodeposition of indium bumps for ultrafine pitch interconnection. Journal of Electronic Materials, 43 (2), pp. 594-603. ISSN 0361-5235

STEVENS, B., 2010. Remembering lost paintings: Vanessa Bell's The Nursery. Memory Studies, 3 (3), pp. 242-252.

STEVENS, B., KOENIG, J.Q., REBOLLEDO, V.N., HANLEY, Q.S. and COVERT, D.S., 1992. Respiratory effects from inhalation of hydrogen chloride in young adult asthmatics. Journal of Occupational Medicine, 34 (9), pp. 923-929.

Authored book

SICKERT, W. and STEVENS, B., 2011. Vernet's Dance Hall: Daily Mirror. Sylph Editions. ISBN 9780956509246

STEVENS, B., 2009. Mostly indoors. Sylph Editions.

STEVENS, B., 2008. Pre-Raphaelites. British Museum Press.

STEVENS, B., 2005. William Blake. British Museum Press.

Chapter in book

STEVENS, B., 2012. The Virgil woodcuts out of scale: Blake's gigantic, masculine pastoral. In: H. BRUDER and T. CONNOLLY, eds., Blake, gender and culture. Pickering & Chatto, pp. 145-164. ISBN 9781848933040

STEVENS, B., 2010. 'Woes & sighs': fantasies of slavery in Visions of the daughters of Albion. In: H. BRUDER and T. CONNOLLY, eds., Queer Blake. Palgrave Macmillan.

STEVENS, B., 2009. Féminisme et esclavage dans les Visions des filles d'Albion. In: M. PHILLIPS, ed., William Blake: le génie visionnaire du romantisme anglais. Paris Musées.

STEVENS, B., 2003. 'Putting to rights some of the wrecks': Nancy Flaxman's contributions to the Italian journey. In: D. BINDMAN, ed., John Flaxman: master of the purest line. Sir John Soane's Museum and UCL.


STEVENS, B., 2003. Art for votes' sake: visual culture and the women's suffrage campaign, The Women's Library, London, 2 October - 2 December 2003. .

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