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Publications

  • Soaking Up the Rays: Light Therapy and Visual Culture in Britain, c.1890-1940. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017 (Available in hardcover and as an Open Access e-book from August 2017).
  • ‘Nursing with Flare: The Operators of Light Therapy, c.1890-1940’ (Open Access), Dermatological Nursing, vol.15, no.1 (March 2016), pp.47-52.
  • ‘Regenerative Tanning: Pigmentation, Racial Health and the cure de soleil on the Côte d’Azur, c.1890-1936,’ in Fae Brauer and Serena Keshavjee, eds. Picturing Evolution and Extinction: Regeneration and Degeneration in Modern Visual Culture, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015, pp.193-216.
  • Towards the Light: Histories of Photography and Phototherapy,’ in Nicolai Howalt, Light Break: Photography/Light Therapy, exhibition catalogue. Copenhagen: Fabrik Books, 2015, pp.11-27.
  • The Kiss of Light: Nursing and Light Therapy in 20th-C. Britain, exhibition guide. London: The Florence Nightingale Museum, 2015.
  • ‘Soaking Up the Sun’s Rays: Light Therapeutics and the Belief in a Healthy Tan,’ Wellcome History, issue 53 (Summer 2014), pp.6-7.
  • ‘Patients Rebuilt: Dr Auguste Rollier’s Heliotherapeutic Portraits, c.1903-1944,’ in 'Patient Portraits,' a Special Issue of Medical Humanities, vol.39, no.1 (June 2013), pp.38-46.
  • '"Kissed by the Sun": Tanning the Skin of the Sick with Light Therapeutics, c.1890–1930,' in Kevin Siena and Jonathan Reinarz, eds. A Medical History of Skin: Scratching the Surface (Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine: 10, Pickering & Chatto, 2013), chapter 12, pp.181-194.
  • ‘Le Pays du soleil: the Art of Heliotherapy on the Côte d’Azur,’ Social History of Medicine, vol.26, no.1 (February 2013), pp.74-93 (accessible online as of 30 July 2012).
book cover of Soaking Up the Rays, MUP 2017

book cover of Kiss of Light exhibition guide

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