Forthcoming (2017). ‘Steampunking heritage: how Steampunk artists reinterpret museum collections’ in Heritage and Interpretation. Leicester Readers in Museum Studies, Sheila Watson, Amy Jane Barnes and Katy Bunning (eds), London: Routledge.
2016. ‘Airships and Automata: Steampunking History in the Long Nineteenth Century’ in Golden Epochs and Dark Ages. Perspectives on the Past. Studies in Literature and Culture, Volume 14, Anna Antonowicz and Tomasz Niedokos (eds), Lublin, Poland: John Paul II University of Lublin.
2015. Oancea, A., Florez-Petour, T. and Atkinson, J. ‘The economy and ecologies of cultural value from research’ in International Journal of Cultural Policy, DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2015.1128418
2014. ‘Fashion as Identity in Steampunk Communities’, in Fashion and Its Multi-Cultural Facets (eBook), Patricia Hunt-Hurst and Sabrina Ramsamy-Iranah (eds), Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
2014. Education, Values and Ethics in International Heritage: learning to respect, Oxford: Routledge [Ashgate Publishing Limited].
2013. Exhibition review article: ‘Steampunk, Bradford Industrial Museum, UK’ in Museum Worlds: Advances in Research, vol. 1, 206-212.
2012. ‘Steampunk’s legacy: collecting and exhibiting the future of yesterday’, in Steaming into a Victorian Future: A Steampunk Anthology, Julie Anne Taddeo and Cynthia Miller (eds), Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press.
2012. ‘Engagement and Performance: created identities in steampunk, cosplay and re-enactment’ in The Cultural Moment in Heritage Tourism: New perspectives on performance and engagement, Laurajane Smith, Emma Waterton and Steve Watson (eds), London: Routledge.
2003. ‘The Conservation and Preservation of Paper Heritage, with Reference to Papers used by Turner’ in Saved! One Hundred Years of the National Art Collections Fund, an educational resource to accompany the exhibition at The Hayward Gallery, London.