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Sarah Laurenson (forthcoming) The Material Landscapes of Scotland's Jewellery Craft, 1780-1914 (New York: Bloomsbury).
Sarah Laurenson & Stana Nenadic (forthcoming), ‘Metals and Jewellery’ in Stana Nenadic (ed.), A Cultural History of Craft in the Age of Industry (New York: Bloomsbury Academic).
Sarah Laurenson, ‘The Matter of Slavery at National Museums Scotland’, in Emma Bond and Michael Morris (eds), Transnational Scotland: Empire, Heritage, Stories (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming early 2022).
Sarah Laurenson, Calum Robertson & Sophie Goggins, ‘Collecting COVID-19 at National Museums Scotland’, Museum & Society 18, no.3 Special Issue: ‘Isolation as a collective experience’: Museums’ first responses to COVID-19 (October, 2020).
Sarah Laurenson Material landscapes: the production and consumption of men’s jewellery during the Scottish gold rush of 1869, History of Retailing and Consumption 2:2 (July, 2016).
Sarah Laurenson, ‘Fair Isle Knitting, past and present’ in Laurenson, S. (ed) (2013), Shetland Textiles: 800 BC to the Present (Lerwick: Shetland Heritage Publications, 2013).
Laurenson, S. (ed), Shetland Textiles: 800 BC to the Present (Lerwick: Shetland Heritage Publications, 2013).