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    Blackshaw, G. and Topp, Leslie (2009) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Farnham, UK: Lund Humphries. ISBN 9781848220201.

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    Gronberg, Tag (2009) The Viennese coffee-house and fin-de-siècle culture. In: Lecture: Wirth Institute for Austrian & Central European Studies, November 2, 2009, Alberta, Canada. (Unpublished)

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    McKim, Joel (2009) All that is solid? considering a cultural studies of finance. In: Canadian Association of Cultural Studies Conference, 2009, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. (Unpublished)

    McKim, Joel (2009) Of microperceptions and micropolitics. Inflexions 3 ,

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    Opacic Masters, Zoe (2009) Architecture and religious experience in 14th-century Prague. In: Fajt, J. and Langer, A. (eds.) Kunst als Herrschaftsinstrument. Munich, Germany: Deutscher Kunstverlag. ISBN 9783422068377.

    Opacic Masters, Zoe (2009) Medieval Prague, Bohemia and their neighbours: new perspectives and connections. In: Opacic Masters, Zoe (ed.) Prague and Bohemia: Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchange in Central Europe. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 32. Leeds, UK: Maney Publishing, British Archaeological Association, pp. 1-7. ISBN 9781906540586.

    Opacic Masters, Zoe (2009) Prague and Bohemia: Medieval Art, Architecture and Cultural Exchange in Central Europe. British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions 32. Leeds, UK: Maney Publishing, British Archaeological Association. ISBN 9781906540586.

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    Topp, Leslie (2009) Erwin Pendl (studio), model of lower Austrian provincial institution for the cure and care of the mentally ill "Am Steinhof", c. 1907. In: Blackshaw, G. and Topp, Leslie (eds.) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Farnham, UK: Lund Humphries, pp. 100-109. ISBN 9781848220201.

    Topp, Leslie (2009) International models, regional politics and the architecture of psychiatric institutions in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. In: Guggenheim, M. and Söderström, O. (eds.) Re-shaping Cities: How Global Mobility Transforms Architecture and Urban Form. Oxon, UK: Routledge, pp. 143-164. ISBN 9780415492911.

    Topp, Leslie and Blackshaw, G. (2009) Scrutinised bodies and lunatic utopias: mental illness, psychiatry and the visual arts in Vienna, 1898–1914. In: Topp, Leslie and Blackshaw, G. (eds.) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Surrey, UK: Lund Humphries, pp. 14-37. ISBN 9781848220201.

    Topp, Leslie and Imrie, N. (2009) Modernity follows madness: Viennese architecture for mental illness and nervous disorders. In: Topp, Leslie and Blackshaw, G. (eds.) Madness and Modernity: Mental illness and the visual arts in Vienna 1900. Surrey, UK: Lund Humphries, pp. 76-99. ISBN 9781848220201.

    Topp, Leslie and Wieber, S. (2009) Architecture, psychiatry and the rural idyll: the agricultural colony at Kierling-Gugging. In: Gabriel, E. and Gamper, M. (eds.) Psychiatrische Institutionen in Österreich um 1900. Verlag haus der Ärzte, pp. 107-118. ISBN 9783902552341.

    Topp, Leslie and Wieber, S. (2009) Architecture, psychiatry, and Lebensreform at an agricultural colony of the insane - lower Austria, 1903. Central Europe 7 (2), pp. 125-149. ISSN 1479-0963.

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