Blunt, A. and Dowling, R. (second edition forthcoming; first edition 2006) Home. London: Routledge.

Humphreys, L. (2021) Globalising housework: middle-class labour in London homes, 1850-1914. London: Routledge.

Lipman, C. (2014) Co-habiting with Ghosts: knowledge, experience and belief and the domestic uncanny, Ashgate.

Lipman, C. (2020) Heritage in the home: domestic prehabitation and inheritance, London: Routledge.

Wilkins, A. (2019) Migration, work and home-making in the city: dwelling and belonging among Vietnamese communities in London, London: Routledge.

Journal special issue

Blunt, A. and John, E. eds. (2014) ‘Domestic practice in the past: historical sources and methods.’ Home Cultures 11.


Baxter, R. (2017) The high-rise home: verticality as practice in London, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 41: 334-52.

Blunt, A., Ebbensgaard, C. L. and Sheringham, O. (2021) “The living of time:” entangled temporalities of home and the city. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 46: 149-62 (published online 2020)

Blunt, A. and Sheringham, O. (2019) ‘Home-city geographies: urban dwelling and mobility.’ Progress in Human Geography 43: 815-34 (published online 2018)

Harris, E. (2017) Interfaith connections in the museum: domestic practice, display and dialogue. Material Religion 13: 258-60.

Lipman, C. (2018) Living with the past at home: the afterlife of inherited domestic objects. Journal of Material Culture 24: 83-100, DOI: 10.1177/1359183518801383

Lipman, C. and Nash, C. (2019) Domestic genealogies: how people relate to those who once lived in their homes. Cultural Geographies 26: 273-88.

Mackelworth, J. (2020) ‘The nature of my love had never been in doubt…’: Christopher St John (1871-1960): platonic love and sapphic desire. Cultural and Social History 17: 375-89.

Newson, C. (2017) Co-Constructed Space and The Power of Presents, Home Cultures 14: 279-306, DOI: 10.1080/17406315.2018.1507795

Owens, A. and Jeffries, N. (2016) People and things on the move: domestic material culture, poverty and mobility in Victorian London, International Journal of Historical Archaeology 20: 807-27, DOI: 10.1007/s10761-016-0350-9.

Sheringham, O., Platun, C., MacAvinchey, C. and Blunt, A. (2020) Globe’s encounters and the art of rolling: home, migration and belonging’ Cultural Geographies 27: 177-99 (published online 2019)

Wilkins, A. (2018) The ethics of collaboration with museums: researching, archiving and displaying home and migration, Area 50: 418-425.

Book chapters

Blunt, A., John, E., Lipman, C. and Owens, A. (2013) ‘Centre for Studies of Home: a partnership between Queen Mary, University of London and the Geffrye Museum of the Home’. In R. Craggs, H. Geoghegan and I. Keighren (eds), Collaborative Geographies: the politics, practicalities, and promise of working together, Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), Historical Geography Research Series, 43: 111-125.

Lipman, C. and Sheringham, O. (2016) Restor(y)ing Home: Reflections on Stories, Objects and Space in BalinHouseProjects, in T. Khonsari (ed): My Home is Your Home, London: Public Works Publishing.

Mather R. (2018) Remembering Protest in the Late-Georgian Working-Class Home. In Griffin C., McDonagh B. (eds) Remembering Protest in Britain since 1500. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Owens, A., John, E. and Blunt, A. (2016) ‘At home with collaboration: building and sustaining a successful university-museum partnership’, in M. Shiach and T. Virani (eds) Cultural Policy, Innovation and the Creative Economy: Creative Collaborations in Arts and Humanities Research, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Sheringham, O. and Wilkins, A. (2018) Transnational religion and everyday lives: spaces of spirituality among Brazilian and Vietnamese migrants in London. In N. Bartolini, S. MacKian and S. Pile (eds.) Geographies of Spirituality. London: Routledge.


Humphreys, L. ed. (2012) Research on display: a guide to collaborative exhibitions for academics.