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Bailey, Rowan (2012) Five steps toward a radical pedagogy. Radar, 1 (3). pp. 6-10. ISSN 2049-4327
Bailey, Rowan, Taylor, Andrew and Lewis, Linda (2012) Themes of drawing and digital context: student engagement with theory and practice using the tool of the integrated learning portfolio. Networks (18). ISSN 1756-9648
Bailey, Rowan (2011) The Sculpture of Philosophy - The Philosophy of Sculpture. Radar, 1 (2). pp. 5-6. ISSN 2049-4327
Bailey, Rowan (2011) Book Review - Andrew J. Mitchell, Heidegger Among the Sculptors – Body, Space and the Art of Dwelling Stanford, CA, Stanford University Press, 2010, 144pp., 32 illustrations, £44.50. ISBN 9780804770224. Sculpture Journal, 20 (2). pp. 284-286. ISSN 1366-2724
Bailey, Rowan (2011) Herder's Sculptural Thinking. Parallax, 17 (2). pp. 71-83. ISSN 1353-4645
Bailey, Rowan (2009) Monochromatic Productions: The Ends of Photography and the Beginning of Writing. In: The object of photography: exhibition catalogue. Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Leeds.
Bailey, Rowan, Tinker, Amanda and Hill, Pat (2013) Ensuring Progression in Learning Development. In: 10th ALDinHE Conference 2013: Celebrating Learning Development, 25th – 27th March 2013, Plymouth University, UK. (Unpublished)
Bailey, Rowan (2010) Herder’s Sculptural Thinking – A Philosophy for the People? In: Guest Lecture, April 2010 , University of Leeds. (Unpublished)
Bailey, Rowan (2009) The philosophy of sculpture: the sculpture of philosophy Casting Bodies of Thought. Doctoral thesis, University of Leeds.
Abbott, Andy, Bailey, Rowan, Bradshaw, Alice, Bristow, Lisa, Brown, Noah, Carmichael, Yvonne, Crouch, Amelia, Drozd, Luke, Hill, James, Lloyd, Christian, Ronalds, Dave, Rowson, Eva, Thomas, David and Welding, Philip (2013) Are you the enemy? Are you losing it? Black Dogs Quarterly. [Artefact]
Bailey, Rowan (2011) Art Collaboration between Phil Welding and Rowan Bailey: The Effects of Involuntary Thinking in the Workplace. [Show/Exhibition]
Bailey, Rowan (2010) Lost in Transition - Exhibition by the art collective Fictional Museum. [Show/Exhibition]