Items where Kingston Author is "Renshaw, Layla"

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Renshaw, Layla (2020) Unrecovered objects : narratives of dispossession, slow violence and survival in the investigation of mass graves from the Spanish Civil War. Journal of Material Culture, 25(4), pp. 428-446. ISSN (print) 1359-1835

Renshaw, Layla (2019) Forensic archaeology and the production of memorial sites : situating the mass grave in a wider memory landscape. In: De Nardi, Sarah , Orange, Hilary , High, Steven and Koskinen-Koivisto, Eerika, (eds.) The Routledge handbook of memory and place. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 99-108. ISBN 9780815386308

Ghatora, Baljit, Renshaw, Layla, Burrell, Lisa and Doran, David (2017) Inter-professional learning across the forensic science and paramedic science degrees. Journal of Forensic Research and Analysis, 1(1),

Renshaw, Layla (2017) Forensic science as ritual and right. In: La Arqueología de la Guerra Civil Española, Federico García Lorca y el Debate Sobre la Memoria Histórica = The Archaeology of the Spanish Civil War: Searching for Federico Garcia Lorca and Shaping the Memory Debate in Spain; 14 - 16 Sep 2017, University of Nottingham. (Unpublished)

Renshaw, Layla (2017) Anzac anxieties : rupture, continuity, and authenticity in the commemoration of Australian war dead at Fromelles. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 10(4), pp. 324-339. ISSN (print) 1752-6272

Renshaw, Layla (2017) The recovery and commemoration of war dead from post-colonial contexts. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 10(4), pp. 267-271. ISSN (print) 1752-6272

Renshaw, Layla and Powers, Natasha (2016) The archaeology of post-medieval death and burial. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 50(1), pp. 159-177. ISSN (print) 0079-4236

Ghatora, Baljit, Renshaw, Layla, Doran, David and Burrell, Lisa (2016) Collaborative learning across the forensic science and paramedic science degrees. In: Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference: Making Connections and Sharing Pedagogy; 30 Jun - 01 Jul 2016, Leicester, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Renshaw, Layla (2013) The dead and their public. Memory campaigns, issue networks and the role of the archaeologist in the excavation of mass graves. Archaeological Dialogues, 20(1), pp. 35-47. ISSN (print) 1380-2038

Renshaw, Layla (2013) The Exhumation of Civilian Victims of Conflict and Human Rights Abuses: Political, Ethical, and Theoretical Considerations. In: Tarlow, Sarah and Nilsson Stutz, Liv, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Death and Burial. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. pp. 781-800. (Oxford Handbooks in Archaeology) ISBN 9780199569069

Renshaw, Layla (2013) The archaeology and material culture of modern military death. In: Tarlow, Sarah and Nilsson Stutz, Liv, (eds.) The Oxford handbook of the archaeology of death and burial. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. pp. 763-780. (Oxford handbooks in archaeology) ISBN 9780199569069

Renshaw, Layla (2011) Exhuming Loss: Memory, Materiality and Mass Graves of the Spanish Civil War. Left Coast Press. ISBN 9781611320428

Renshaw, Layla (2010) The scientific and affective identification of Republican civilian victims from the Spanish Civil War. Journal of Material Culture, 15(4), pp. 449-463. ISSN (print) 1359-1895

Renshaw, Layla (2010) Missing Bodies Near-at-Hand: The Dissonant Memory and Dormant Graves of the Spanish Civil War. In: Bille, Mikkel , Hastrup, Frida and Flohr Sorenson, Tim, (eds.) An Anthropology of Absence: Materializations of Transcendence and Loss. Springer. pp. 45-61. ISBN 9781441955289

Renshaw, Layla (2009) Uncovered: reversals of exposure and concealment in Spain's memory politics. New Literary Observer: Anthropology of Closed Societies, 100,

Renshaw, Layla (2007) The Iconography of exhumation: representations of mass graves from the Spanish Civil War. In: Clack, Timothy and Brittain, Marcus, (eds.) Archaeology and the Media. Walnut Creek, California, USA : Left Coast Press. pp. 237-252. ISBN 9781598742336

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