Publications

Books

Dudley, S. Forthcoming 2018. Displaced Things: Loss, Transformation and Forgetting amongst Objects in Burma and Beyond. London: Routledge.

Dudley, S. (ed.). 2012a. Museum Objects. Experiencing the Properties of Things. London & New York: Routledge. 397pp.

Dudley, S., A. J. Barnes, J. Binnie, J. Petrov & J. Walklate (eds). 2012. Narrating Objects, Collecting Stories. London & New York: Routledge. 286pp.

Dudley, S., A. J. Barnes, J. Binnie, J. Petrov & J. Walklate (eds). 2011 The Thing about Museums: Objects and Experience, Representation and Contestation. London & New York: Routledge. 396pp.

Dudley, S. 2010a. Materialising Exile: Material Culture and Embodied Experience among Karenni Refugees in Thailand. Oxford & New York: Berghahn. 206pp.

Dudley, S. (ed.). 2010b. Museum Materialities: Objects, Engagements, Interpretations. London & New York: Routledge. 305pp.

Dell, E. & Dudley, S. (eds.) 2003a. Textiles from Burma. London: Philip Wilson Publishers. 192pp.

Special journal issues

Dudley, S., C. Lloyd and F. Stewart (eds.). 2002a. Cultural Interfaces of Self-Determination Movements. Special issue of Oxford Development Studies, 30, 2.

Book chapters and peer-reviewed articles

Dudley, S. 2017a. Liminality and the object's point of view: Burmese court artefacts in Oxford, London and Yangon. In P. Basu (ed.), The Inbetweenness of Things. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 39-56.

Dudley, S. 2017b (in press).The power of things: agency and potentiality in the work of historical artefacts. In D. Dean (ed.), A Companion to Public History, London & New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Dudley, S. 2017c (in press). Displacement and the sensory in the art of Qasim Riza Shaheen. In Pearl, M. (ed.) The Last Known Pose. Essays and Reflections on the Works of Qasim Riza Shaheen. Manchester: Cornerhouse.

Dudley, S. 2015a. Ritual practice, material culture and wellbeing in displacement: ka-thow-bòw in a Karenni refugee camp in Thailand. In Horstmann, A. and Jung, J. (eds.) Building Noah’s Ark for Migrants, Refugees, and Religious Communities, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dudley, S. 2015b. What, or where, is the (museum) object? Colonial encounters in displayed worlds of things. In A. Witcomb & K. Message (eds.), Museum Theory: An Expanded Field, vol. III of The International Handbooks of Museum Studies, eds. S. Macdonald and H. Rees Leahy. London & New York: John Wiley & Sons. Online version published 2013 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118829059.wbihms991/pdf

Dudley, S. 2014. What's in the drawer? Surprise and proprioceptivity in the Pitt Rivers MuseumThe Senses and Society, 9 (3): 296-309.

Dudley, S. 2012b. ‘Encountering a Chinese horse: engaging with the thingness of things’, in Dudley, S. (ed.) Museum Objects. Experiencing the Properties of Things. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 1-15.

Dudley, S. 2012c. ‘Introduction: objects, collectors and representations’, in S. Dudley, A. J. Barnes, J. Binnie, J. Petrov & J. Walklate (eds.) Narrating Objects, Collecting Stories. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 1-10.

Dudley, S. 2011a. ‘Material visions: dress and textiles’, in M. Banks & J. Ruby (eds)  Made to be Seen: Perspectives on the History of Visual Anthropology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 45-73.

Dudley, S. 2011b. ‘Introduction: museums and things’, in S. Dudley, A. J. Barnes, J. Binnie, J. Petrov & J. Walklate (eds.) The Thing about Museums: Objects and Experience, Representation and Contestation. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 1-12.

Dudley, S. 2011c. ‘Feeling at home: producing and consuming things in Karenni refugee camps on the Thai-Burma border.’ Population, Space and Place, 17(6): 742-55.

Quian Quiroga, R., S. Dudley & J. Binnie, 2011. Looking at Ophelia: a comparison of viewing art in the gallery and in the lab, ACNR 11(3): 15-18.

Dudley, S. 2010c. 'Museum materialities: objects, sense and feeling', in S. Dudley (ed.) Museum Materialities: Objects, Engagements, Interpretations. London & New York: Routledge.

Dudley, S. 2008a. ‘A sense of home in exile.’ Forced Migration Review, 30: 23-4.

Dudley, S. 2008b. ‘Karenic textiles’, in Green, A. (ed.) Eclectic Collecting: Art from Burma in the Denison Museum. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 19-48.

Dudley, S. 2008c. ‘The fragility, mobility and resilience of culture: Karenni refugees and “heritage” in forced displacement.’ In R. Amoeda, S. Lira, C. Pinheiro, F. Pinheiro & J. Pinheiro (eds.), World Heritage and Sustainable Development. Vol. 1. Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute for Sustainable Development, pp 111-119.

Dudley, S. 2008d. ‘Reflecting on representation in museum practice’, in Yksinpuhelusta vuoropuheluun [From Monologue to Dialogue] Turku, Finland: Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova, pp.16-20.

Dudley, S. 2006a. ‘Re-shaping Karenni-ness in exile: education, nationalism and being in the wider world’, in Gravers, M. (ed.) Exploring Ethnicity in Burma. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute for Asian Studies (NIAS) Press, pp. 77-106.

Dudley, S. 2006b. ‘“External” aspects of self-determination movements in Burma’, in F. Stewart, E. FitzGerald & R. Venugopal (eds.) Globalization, Violent Conflict, and Self-Determination. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 203-224. A longer version also available as a Queen Elizabeth House (University of Oxford) working paper, at  http://www3.qeh.ox.ac.uk/pdf/qehwp/qehwps94.pdf

Dudley, S. & C. Lloyd. 2006. ‘Global-local cultural links: diaspora, transnationalism, solidarities and the media’, in F. Stewart, E. FitzGerald & R. Venugopal (eds.) Globalization, Violent Conflict, and Self-Determination. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 48-71.

Dudley, S. 2003a. ‘Whose textiles and whose meanings?’, in E. Dell and S. Dudley (eds.), Textiles from Burma, Philip Wilson Publishers, pp. 37-48.

Dudley, S., J. Barker, S. Fraser-Lu, V. Joshi, L. Maddigan & M. Toyota. 2003. ‘Textile traditions of Burma: an overview’, in E. Dell and S. Dudley (eds.), Textiles from Burma, Philip Wilson Publishers, pp. 49-94.

Dudley, S., F. Franklin, R. Isaacs, V. Joshi & M. Toyota. 2003. ‘Burma textiles in local contexts’ , in E. Dell and S. Dudley (eds.), Textiles from Burma, Philip Wilson Publishers, pp. 95-142.

Dell, E. & S. Dudley. 2003b. ‘Introduction’, in E. Dell and S. Dudley (eds.), Textiles from Burma, Philip Wilson Publishers, pp. 9-14.

Dell, E., S. Dudley & L. Maddigan. 2003. ‘Green’s collections and their historical and present contexts’, in E. Dell and S. Dudley (eds.), Textiles from Burma, Philip Wilson Publishers, pp. 15-36.

Dudley, S. 2002a. ‘Diversity, identity and modernity in exile: “traditional” Karenni clothing’, in Green, A. and Blurton, R. (eds.) Burma: Art and Archaeology, British Museum Press, pp. 143-151. Reprinted in S. Knell (ed.), 2007, Museums in the Material World, London: Routledge, pp. 335-345.

Dudley, S. 2002b. Local identities and global flows of objects and images.’ Oxford Development Studies, 30, 2: 165-176.

Lloyd, C., S. Dudley and F. Stewart. 2002b. ‘Introduction. The global and the local: the cultural interfaces of self-determination movements.’ Oxford Development Studies, 30, 2: 133-136.

Dudley, S. and A. Petch 2002. ‘Using multi-media tools to teach anthropology: “Pitt Rivers, anthropology and museum ethnography in the nineteenth century”.’ Journal of Museum Ethnography, 14: 14-23.

MacArthur, J., S. Dudley and H. Williams 2001. ‘Approaches to facilitating health care acceptance: a case example from Karenni refugees.’ In H. Williams (ed.) Caring for Those in Crisis: Integrating Anthropology and Public Health in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies. National Association for the Practice of Anthropology Occasional Bulletin No. 21: 56-69.

Dudley, S. 1999. ‘“Traditional” culture and refugee welfare in north-west Thailand.’ Forced Migration Review, 6: 5-8.

Dudley, S. 1996. ‘Burmese collections in the Pitt Rivers Museum: an introduction.’ Journal of Museum Ethnography, 5: 57-64.

Other articles, reports etc.

Message, K. & S. Dudley. 2014. Editorial. Museum Worlds: Advances in Research. Vol. 2. Berghahn.

Dudley, S. & K. Message. 2013. Editorial. Museum Worlds: Advances in Research. Vol. 1. Berghahn.

Dudley, S. 2012. 'Materiality matters: experiencing the displayed object', University of Michigan Working Papers in Museum Studies, No. 8.

Dudley, S. 2000a. ‘Celebration and memories of home: a “traditional” festival in a Karenni refugee camp.’ Cultural Survival Quarterly, 24, 3: 29-31.

Dudley, S. 2000b. ‘Displacement and identity: Karenni refugees in Thailand.’ DPhil thesis, University of Oxford.

Dudley, S. 1998a.’Lucy Margaret Eyre.’ In A. Petch (ed.) Collectors 2: Collecting for the Pitt Rivers Museum. Oxford: Pitt Rivers Museum, pp. 18-20.

Dudley, S. 1998b. ‘Aspects of research with Karenni refugees in Thailand.’ Bulletin of the International Committee on Urgent Anthropological and Ethnological Research (UNESCO), 39: 165-84.

Dudley, S. & A. Petch 1998. ‘Pitt Rivers, anthropology and museum ethnography in the nineteenth century.’ A multimedia educational resource published on http://www.era.anthropology.ac.uk/index.html

Dudley, S. 1997a. ‘Sir Richard Carnac Temple.’ In A. Petch (ed.) Collectors: Collecting for the Pitt Rivers Museum. Oxford: Pitt Rivers Museum, pp. 45-48.

Dudley, S. 1997b. ‘New arrivals in Karenni Camp 2: an ethnographic report.’ Unpublished but public report on consultancy carried out for the International Rescue Committee, Thailand. 94pp.

Book and exhibition reviews in Journal of the History of Collections (2011), Association of Southeast Asian Studies in the UK Newsletter (2007, 2001), Bulletin of the Burma Studies Group (1998), Great Plains Quarterly (2009), Journal of Museum Ethnography (2006, 2005), International Institute of Asian Studies Newsletter (2006), Journal of the Society of Archivists (2005).

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