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    Willcock, Sean (2020) Picturesque conflict: photography and the aesthetics of violence in the Nineteenth-Century British Empire. In: Hacking, J. and Lukitsh, J. (eds.) Photography and the Arts: Essays on 19th Century Practices and Debates. London, UK: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350048553.

    Willcock, Sean (2019) Guilt in the archive: photography and the Amritsar Massacre of 1919. History of Photography 43 (1), pp. 47-59. ISSN 0308-7298.

    Willcock, Sean (2018) The aesthetics of the negative: Orientalist portraiture in the digitised Collodion Plates of John Thomson (1837-1921). Photoresearcher (30), pp. 96-110. ISSN 0958-2606.

    Willcock, Sean (2017) Composing the spectacle: colonial portraiture and the Coronation Durbars of British India, 1877-1911'. Art History 40 (1), pp. 132-155. ISSN 0141-6790.

    Willcock, Sean (2016) Insurgent citizenship: Dr John Nicholas Tresidder's photographs of war and peace in British India. British Art Studies (4), ISSN 2058-5462.

    Willcock, Sean (2015) Aesthetic bodies: posing on sites of violence in India, 1857–1900. History of Photography 39 (2), pp. 142-159. ISSN 0308-7298.

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