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On-line Papers

Gough, P.J. (2015) '‘Existencillism’: Banksy and the stencil as radical graphic form
- in
Journal: Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice   in press
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Gough, P.J. (2014) 'Planting Memory': the Challenge of Remembering the Past on the Somme, Gallipoli and Melbourne
- in
Garden History, Journal of the Garden History Society, Vol.42, Suppl.1, 2014, pp.3-17
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Gough, P.J. (2014) 'Mayhem and Madness: the Art of War'
- Commissioned by The Art Newspaper, International Edition, Issue 261, October 2014
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Gough, P. (2014) ‘Planting Memory: the challenge of remembering the past'
- in Journal of Garden History (in Press)
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Gough, P.J., (2013) ‘That vile place’: the Beaufort Military Hospital, Bristol'
- catalogue essay for Stanley Spencer, Heaven in a Hell of War, Pallant House Gallery, November 2013
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Gough, P.J., (2013) ‘Graham Sutherland in Context: War, Art and the Commissioning Schemes'
- catalogue essay for Penlee House Gallery, September 2013
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Gough, P. (2011) ‘Cultivating dead trees': The legacy of Paul Nash as an artist of trauma, wilderness and recovery
- in Journal of War and Culture Studies, 4 (3). ISSN 1752-6272
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Gough, P. (2008) ‘Exactitude is truth’: Representing the British military through commissioned artworks.
- in Journal of War and Culture Studies, 1 (3). pp. 341-356. ISSN 1752-6272
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Gough, P.J., (2007) ‘Contested memories: contested site’: Newfoundland and its unique heritage on the Western Front in The Round Table The - - - in Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs :special issue: Remembrance and Commemoration in Commonwealth States
no. 393, ISSN 1474-029, pp.693-705. 5 B & W illustrations, 2007
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Gough, P.J., (2007) ‘Fault lines: Four short observations on places of peace, trauma and contested remembrance'
- Journal of Visual Art Practice , Volume 5 Number 1 2006
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Gough, P.J., (2004) 'Corporations and commemoration – First World War remembrance, Lloyds TSB and the National Memorial Arboretum'
- International Journal of Heritage Studies, Winter, 2004
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Gough, P.J. and Morgan, S.J. (2004)
'Manipulating the Metonymic : the politics of civic identity and the Bristol Cenotaph, 1919 – 1932'
- Journal of Historical Geography, October 2004
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Gough, P.J. (2004)
'Sites in the imagination: the Beaumont Hamel Newfoundland Memorial on the Somme'
- Cultural Geographies, 11, pp.235-258
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Gough, P.J. (2003)
'Can Peace be Set in Stone?'
- Times Higher Education Supplement 4th April 2003, pp. 18-19
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Gough, P.J. (2002)
'Invicta pax' Monuments, Memorials and peace:An Analysis of the Canadian Peacekeeping Monument, Ottawa.'
- International Journal of Heritage Studies', 8, 3. pp.201-223, 8 b & w illus., ISSN 1352-7258
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Gough, P.J. (2002)
'Peacekeeping, Peace, Memorialization:Reflections on the shifting status of the Peacekeeping Memorial in Ottawa'
- Canadian Military History, Winter 2002/2003, 11, 3,. pp. 65-74, 9 b & w illus ISSN 1195-8472
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Paul Gough
‘Dead Lines : The art of war’
- Printmaking Today, Vol.11, No.3, Autumn 2002
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Gough, P.J. (2001)
'Horizontal Man'
- Essay published in the catalogue 'Loci Memoriae', printed in an edition of 1,000 copies to coincide with 'Loci Memoriae' - a project of writing, artwork and web design on the themes of commemoration, monuments and other acts of oblivia Bristol, November 11th, 2001.
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Gough, P.J. (2001)
'Holy Relics: Venerated Detritus'
essay to coincide with ‘Loci memoriae’ - Bristol 2001,
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Gough, P.J.
'That Sacred Turf' War Memorial Gardens as Theatres of War (and Peace)'
- in 'Monuments and the Millennium', James and James / English Heritage, 2001, 228 - 236, 4 x b and w illus. ISBN 1-873936 - 97 – 4
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Gough, P.J. (2003) 'From Heroes' Groves to Parks of Peace: landscapes of remembrance, protest and peace.'
- Landscape Research , 25, 2, pp 213 - 229, 8 b & w illus., ISSN 0142 – 6397.
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Gough, P.J. (1998) 'Deadlines: Codefied Drawing and Scopic Vision in Hostile Space'
- A version of this paper first appeared in POINT, Journal of CHEAD, winter 1998 ISSN 1360-3477, pp 34-41

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Gough, P.J. (2002) 'War Memorial Gardens as Dramaturgical Space'
- International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol. 3 No. 4 pp 199 - 214, 16 b & w illus. plus cover, ISSN 1352 – 7258.

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Gough, P.J. (2001) 'A War of Imagination': The Experiences of British Artists in Two World Wars'
- A version of this paper first appeared as a chapter in 'Lightning Strikes Twice', edited by Peter Liddle, published by Leo Cooper, London, 200, ISBN 0 004724 54 2

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Gough, P.J. (1996) 'Conifers and Commemoration: The Politics and Protocol of Planting in Military Cemeteries'
- Landscape Research, 21, 1, pp 73 - 87, 10 b & w illus. and front cover, ISSN 0142 – 6397
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Gough, P.J. (1998) 'UPAS : the tree of death'
- catalogue essay, 1995
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Gough, P.J. (1995) 'A Question Of Authenticity: 'Faking Death In No-Man's Land'
- Essay for Caffeine newspaper, 1995

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Gough, P.J. (1998) 'The Avenue of War'
- Journal of the Landscape Research Group, 18, 2, 15 b & w illus. pp 78 - 90, ISSN 0142-6397
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Gough, P.J. (1995) 'Tales from the Bushy-topped Tree': A Brief Survey of Military Sketching'
- Imperial War Museum Review No. 10, November 1995, pp 62 - 73, 7 b & w, 4 colour illus. Imperial War Museum/Leo Cooper, ISBN 1 870423 19 4

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Gough, P.J. (1994) ‘The Tyranny of Seeing: Peter Howson’
- Bosnian War Artist, Art Review, November 1994
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