Mc Tighe, S. (2004), 'Foods and the Body in Italian Genre Paintings, ca. 1580: Campi, Passarotti, Carracci', Art Bulletin (March)

Mc Tighe, S. (2006) ‘The End of Caravaggio,’ review essay, The Art Bulletin 88 pp. 583-89.

Mc Tighe, S. (2007) The Imaginary Everyday: Genre Painting and Prints in Italy and France, circa 1580-1670 (New York and Pittsburgh: Periscope Press, 1st edition 2007, 2nd edition 2008).

Mc Tighe, S. (2008) ‘The Old Woman as Art Critic: Speech and Silence in Response to the Passions, from Annibale Caracci to Denis Diderot’, The Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes vol. 71 .

Mc Tighe, S. (forthcoming, 2008) Caravaggio, Orthodoxy and Dissent: The Role of Prints in his Artistic Practice, the Role of Print Culture in the Social World of His Patrons

Ribouillault, D. (2005) ‘Le Salone de la villa d'Este à Tivoli : un théâtre des jardins et du territoire.’ Studiolo. Revue d'histoire de l'art de l'Académie de France à Rome 3, 65-94.


Ribouillault, D. (2005) ‘Il Cardinale Gambara e il Palazzo della Loggia a Bagnaia.’ In Villa Lante a Bagnaia, edited by Sabine Frommel, 44-53. Milano: Electa.


Ribouillault, D. (2007) ‘Espace, Lieu, Paysage : la représentation du paysage dans les décors italiens de la Renaissance.’ Ligeia. Dossiers sur l’art (Art et Espace) 73-76 (2007), 34-45.


Ribouillault, D. (2007) ‘Le Research Forum de l’Institut Courtauld de Londres.’ Perspective. La revue de l’INHA, 2, 322-325.

Ribouillault, D. (2008) ‘Paesaggio dipinto, Paesaggio reale : notes sur une fenêtre de la Villa d’Este à Tivoli.’ In Delizie in Villa: Il giardino rinascimentale e i suoi committenti, edited by Gianni Venturi and Francesco Ceccarelli. Florence: Olschki.


Ribouillault, D. (2008) ‘Le Ville del cardinale Ippolito d’Este a Tivoli.’ In Delizie estensi e architetture di villa nel Rinascimento italiano ed europeo, edited by Francesco Ceccarelli and Marco Folin. Florence: Olschki.


Ribouillault, D. (in press) Catalogue entries on ‘Les frères Limbourg : Le Mois de Mars des Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry,’ ‘El Greco : Vue et Plan de Tolède,’ ‘Léonard de Vinci : Paysage, 5 août 1473.’ In 100 paysages, edited by Michael Jakob. Lausanne: Éditions Infolio.


Ribouillault, D. (in press) ‘Toward an Archaeology of the Gaze: the Perception and Function of Garden Views in the villas of Renaissance Rome.’ In Recent Issues in Italian Garden Studies. Sources, Methods and Theoretical Perspectives, edited by Michel Conan. Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium, Washington D.C.: Harvard University Press.


Ribouillault, D. (in press) ‘Landscape all’antica and topographical anachronism in Roman fresco painting of the sixteenth century’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, special issue for the 75th anniversary of The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2008.  

Scott, K. (2002), 'Invention and Privilege in Early Modern France: The Case of Colour’, in L’Invention, Lilianne Hilaire-Perez (ed) (CNRS)


Scott, K. (2003), 'Child’s Play’, in The Age of Watteau, Chardin, and Fragonard: Masterpieces of French Genre Painting, Colin B. Bailey (ed) (Yale UP for National Gallery of Canada)


Solkin, D. (2003), 'Joseph Wright of Derby and the Sublime Art of Labor’, Representations 83


Solkin, D. (2004), 'Mortimer’s Banditti and the Anxieties of Empire’, in Art and the British Empire, Timothy Barringer, Geoffrey Quilley, and Douglas Fordham, eds., (Manchester)


Stevenson, C. (2001), 'Carsten Anker dines with the younger George Dance, and visits St Luke’s Hospital for the Insane’, Architectural History


Stevenson, C. (2005), ‘Robert Hooke, monuments, and memory’, Art History 28, 43–73

Stevenson, C. (2005), ‘Antimasque, pageant: Restoration and Bethlem at Moorfields’, Res 47 (Spring), 19–37

Stevenson, C. (2006), ‘Occasional architecture in seventeenth-century London’, Architectural History 49, 35–74

Stevenson, C. (2007), ‘From palace to hut: the architecture of military and naval medicine’, pp. 229–53 in British military and naval medicine, 1600–1830, ed. Geoffrey L. Hudson, Wellcome Institute Series in the History of Medicine, Amsterdam and Atlanta, Rodopi, 2007

Stevenson, C. (2007), ‘Prints “proper to shew to Gentlemen”: representing the British hospital, c.1700–1750’, pp. 195–218 in The impact of hospitals, 300–2000, ed. John Henderson, Peregrine Horden and Alessandro Pastore, Oxford and Bern, Peter Lang

Stevenson, C. (forthcoming, 2008), ‘Vantage points in the seventeenth-century City’, London Journal


Woodall, J. (2001), 'At the Threshold’, essay on the photography of Hellen van Meene for the catalogue of the Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize 2001, in association with the Photographers’ Gallery (London)


Woodall, J. (2003), 'Drawing in Colour’, essay for the catalogue of Peter Paul Rubens. A Touch of Brilliance. Oil sketches and related works from The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, and the Courtauld Institute Gallery, London in The Hermitage Rooms, Somerset House, 2003-4

Woodall, J. (2003) ‘In pursuit of virtue’ in Virtue, Virtuoso and Virtuosity in Netherlandish Art 1500-1700. Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 54, 7-24.

Woodall, J. (2003-4) Antony Bond and Joanna Woodall, Self Portrait. Renaissance to Contemporary. This book accompanied a jointly curated exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London and the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney. In addition to scholarly essays, it includes entries initially researched and written by Courtauld MA students.

Woodall, J. (2007) Anthonis Mor. Art and Authority, Waanders Press, Zwolle.