Material Dispossessions: References


Bibliographies and image references for “Material Dispossessions” (September 2022).


The Claims to Temple Mount: The Impact of Material Objects on the History of the Abrahamic Faiths
Amelia Chesworth

Isaacs, Alick. “The Destruction of the Second Temple.” The Jewish Agency for Israel, 2005. 

Rebbe, Lubavitcher. “The Legalities of Destruction.” Edited by Yanki Tauber., 2004.

Regev, Eyal. “The Temple In Mark. A Case Study About The Early Christian Attitude Toward The Temple.” In Studies in Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity, 74:139–159, 2010.

Volinz, Lior. “From Above and Below: Surveillance, Religion, and Claim-Making at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount/Haram Al-Sharif.” Surveillance & Society 16, no. 4 (2018): 446–458.

Power, Crime & Liberty: The Ambivalence of the AK-47 in a Global Context
Vincent Tadday

Chivers, C. J. (2007, February 13). AK-47 Museum: Homage to the Gun That Won the East. The New York Times.

Chivers, C. J. (2010, November 6). How did the AK-47 become the most abundant weapon on earth? The Independent.

Chivers, C. J. (2011). The Gun (Reprint ed.). Simon & Schuster.

Conflict Armament Research. (2018, November). WEAPON SUPPLIES INTO SOUTH SUDAN’S CIVIL WAR.

Farah, D., & Braun, S. (2008). The Merchant of Death.

Fisk, R. (2001). For Patriotism and Profit: An interview with Mikhail Kalashnikov. The Independent. 

Gordon, M. R. (1997, March 13). Burst of Pride for a Staccato Executioner: AK-47. The New York Times.

Graves-Brown, P. (2007). Avtomat Kalashnikova. Journal of Material Culture, 12(3), 285–307.

Gunderman, R. (2019, November 8). World’s deadliest inventor: Mikhail Kalashnikov and his AK-47. The Conversation. 

Hastings, M. (2020, August 3). The Most Influential Weapon of Our Time | Max Hastings. The New York Review of Books.

Holt, K. (2006). Southern Sudan II – Curse of the AK-47, March 2006 – Kate Holt. Kateholt.Com.

Jalali, A. A. (2002). Afghan Guerrilla Warfare. Amsterdam University Press.

Jenzen-Jones, N. R. (2017). Global Development and Production of Self-loading Service Rifles: 1896 to the Present. Small Arms Survey.

Kesternich, I., Siflinger, B., Smith, J. P., & Winter, J. K. (2014). The Effects of World War II on Economic and Health Outcomes across Europe. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 96(1), 103–118.

McCarthy, E. (2010, October 12). The AK-47: Questions About the Most Important Weapon Ever. Popular Mechanics.

McCollum, I. (2012, December 12). AK and StG – Kissing Cousins. Forgotten Weapons.

Milmo, C., & Holt, K. (2006, April 6). Global arms trade: Africa and the curse of the AK-47. The Independent.

Mydans, S. (2010, November 17). Thailand Extradites Viktor Bout, Arms Suspect, to U.S. The New York Times.

Page, T. F. C. (2016, August 31). The Mundari: The tribe dying for their cows. CNN.

Posner, G. (2022, May 19). Brittney Griner Involved In Possible Prisoner Swap With Russia. Forbes.

Riedel, B. O. (2014). What We Won. Amsterdam University Press.

Rozen, L. (2007). Meet Viktor Bout, the Real-Life ‘Lord of War.’ Mother Jones.

Old Wine in New Bottles: Lamentations of Emasculation in Ancient Rome and Today’s United States
Henry Silver

“Cato the Elder.” In Makers of Rome: Nine Lives by Plutarch, 119-51. London, UK: Penguin Books, 1965. Accessed February 19, 2022.

“Legal Status in the Roman World.” In Women’s Life in Greece and Rome: A Source Book in Translation, 94-128. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982. Accessed February 19, 2022.

Livius, Titus. The History of Rome, Books 1–5. Translated by Valerie M. Warrior. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett Publishing, 2006. Accessed February 19, 2022.

Mansfield, Harvey Claflin, Jr. “Senator Hawley’s Manliness.” National Review, December 5, 2021. Accessed February 19, 2022.

Williams, Craig A. “Roman Traditions: Slaves, Prostitutes, and Wives.” In Roman Sexuality: Ideologies of Masculinity in Classical Antiquity, 15-61. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 1999.

The Sacred, Sentimental and Signified: The Literary Imaginings of Objects and the Self
Georgia Smith

Carver, Raymond. Short Cuts. London: The Harvill Press, 1995. 

Leduc, Violette. The Lady and the Little Fox Fur. London: Penguin, 2018.

Levy, Deborah. Real Estate. London: Penguin, 2022. 

Woolf, Virginia. A Room of One’s Own and Three Guineas. London: Vintage Classics, 2000.

Kirill Bedenkov

Amer, K. and Noujaim, J. (2019). The Great Hack | Netflix Official Site. [online] Netflix. Available at:

Azzimonti, M., Fernandes, M., Shapiro, J., Acemoglu, D., Dal, E., Jackson, M., Tauman, Y. and Herrera, H. (2018). NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS, FAKE NEWS, AND POLARIZATION. [online] Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. Available at:

Buruma, I. (2015). One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway by Åsne Seierstad – review. [online] the Guardian. Available at:

C Thi Nguyen (2018). Escape the echo chamber. [online] Aeon. Available at:

Cherry, K. (2014). How Cognitive Biases Influence How You Think and Act. [online] Verywell Mind. Available at:

Cherry, K. (2015). The Bandwagon Effect Is Why People Fall for Trends. [online] Verywell Mind. Available at:

Ciampaglia, G. (2018). Biases Make People Vulnerable to Misinformation Spread by Social Media. [online] Scientific American. Available at:

Corporate Finance Institute. (n.d.). Clustering Illusion – Definition, Example, Implications in Investing. [online] Available at:

Dowell, S. (2001). How the death of a farmer and a bungled siege of a radio tower gave Hitler his justification to unleash WWII. [online] Available at:

Garimella, K., De Francisci Morales, G., Gionis, A. and Mathioudakis, M. (2018). Political Discourse on Social Media. Proceedings of the 2018 World Wide Web Conference on World Wide Web  – WWW ’18. [online] Available at:

Hambrick, Madeline, D. Z. (2018). Cognitive Ability and Vulnerability to Fake News. [online] Scientific American. Available at:

Lexico Dictionaries | English. (n.d.). Fake News | Definition of Fake News by Oxford Dictionary on also meaning of Fake News. [online] Available at:

Noor, I. (2020). Confirmation Bias | Simply Psychology. [online] Available at:

Orwell, G. (1949). 1984. Paperback ed. London, UK: Penguin Modern Classics.

Pariser, E. (2011). Beware online “filter bubbles.” [online] ted. Available at:

Pidd, H. (2012). Anders Behring Breivik spent years training and plotting for massacre. [online] the Guardian. Available at:

Posetti, J. (2018). Journalism, “Fake News” & Disinformation. [online] Paris, France: UNESCO. Available at:

Psychologytoday. (2015). Motivated Reasoning | Psychology Today United Kingdom. [online] Available at:

Reuters (2011). Factbox: Excerpts from 1,500-page Norway killer manifesto. Reuters. [online] 24 Jul. Available at:

Robertson, A. (2020). A guide to fighting lies, fake news, and chaos online. [online] The Verge. Available at:

Sayce, A.H. (1905). The Hittite Inscriptions. The Biblical World, [online] 26(1), pp.30–40. Available at:

Sharma, P. (2019). Cognitive biases and false memories: The psychology behind fake news and their spread in India. [online] Firstpost. Available at:

Sky News Australia (2020). Russian state TV downplays Navalny poisoning. YouTube. Available at:

Statista (2018). Topic: Fake news in Europe. [online] Statista. Available at:

Talwar, S. (2020). Sharing of fake news on social media: Application of the honeycomb framework and the third-person effect hypothesis. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, [online] 57. Available at:

The Decision Lab. (2019). Anchoring Bias – Biases & Heuristics | The Decision Lab. [online] Available at:

Van Bavel, J.J. and Pereira, A. (2018). The Partisan Brain: An Identity-Based Model of Political Belief. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, [online] 22(3), pp.213–224. Available at:

Vida, I.K. (2012). The “Great Moon Hoax” of 1835. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies (HJEAS), [online] 18(1/2), pp.431–441. Available at:

Image References

Ancill, Ryan. Ancient Sumerian statue carved in stone. Photograph. The British Museum, London.

Clancy, Levi Meir. Colossal head of a youth, the remnant of a Greek statue. 2019. Photograph. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Bye, Robert. Jewel of The Dome. 2016. Photograph. Temple Mount, Jerusalem, Isreal.

Tyson, Jon. End Climate Injustice. 2018. Photograph.

Leung, Jason. Toy soldiers. 2018. Photograph.

Ivanov, Velizar. Grayscale photography of person sitting. 2018. Photograph.

Fakurian, Milad. White concrete building in grayscale. 2021. Photograph.

Atalay, Şafak. Life imitates art (The Sculpture of Farnese Hercules). 2019. Photograph. Antalya Museum, Antalya, Turkey.

Aly, Jaffar. CLR* Series. 2021. Spray and acrylic paint. 42 x 59.4cm.

Klauer, Florian. Black Fayorit typewriter with printer paper. 2014. Photograph.

%d bloggers like this: