Professor Caitlin DeSilvey
Associate Professor of Cultural Geography

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Key publications



DeSilvey CO, Ryan J (2018). Everyday Kintsukuroi: Mending as Making. In Price L, Hawkins H (Eds.) Geographies of Making, Craft and Creativity, London: Routledge, 195-212.   Publisher URL.
DeSilvey C, Bartolini N (2018). Where horses run free? Autonomy, temporality and rewilding in the Côa Valley, Portugal. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text. DOI.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving., University of Minnesota Press. Abstract.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
Harrison R, Bartolini N, DeSilvey C, Holtorf C, Lyons A, Macdonald S, May S, Morgan J, Penrose S (2016). Heritage Futures. Archaeology International, 19, 68-72. Full text. DOI.
Nettley A, DeSilvey CO, Anderson K, Caseldine C (2013). Visualising sea-level rise at a coastal heritage site: participatory process and creative communication. Landscape Research, 1-11. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2012). Making sense of transience: an anticipatory history. cultural geographies, 19(1), 31-54. DOI.

Publications by category


Books

DeSilvey CO (2017). Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving., University of Minnesota Press. Abstract.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
Bond, S, DeSilvey, C, Ryan J (2013). Visible mending: everyday repairs in the South West., Uniform Books.
DeSilvey C, Naylor S, Sackett C (2011). Anticipatory history. Axminster, Uniformbooks.  Publisher URLAuthor URL.
DeSilvey C (2002). Butterflies and Railroad Ties: a History of a Montana Homestead. Missoula, Montana.

Journal articles

DeSilvey C, Bartolini N (2018). Where horses run free? Autonomy, temporality and rewilding in the Côa Valley, Portugal. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2017). Book Review Forum: Curated Decay, with commentaries by Emma Waterton, Harlan Morehouse, Richard Schein, Tim Cresswell and Caitlin DeSilvey. cultural geographies, 147447401773298-147447401773298. DOI.
Harrison R, Bartolini N, DeSilvey C, Holtorf C, Lyons A, Macdonald S, May S, Morgan J, Penrose S (2016). Heritage Futures. Archaeology International, 19, 68-72. Full text. DOI.
DeSilvey CO (2015). Book Review: Mining Memories: Placing the Anthropocene. Cultural Geographies, 22, 377-378. DOI.
DeSilvey C, Ryan J, Bond S (2013). 21 Stories. Cultural Geographies, 21(4), 657-672. DOI.
Casalegno S, Inger R, Desilvey C, Gaston KJ (2013). Spatial covariance between aesthetic value & other ecosystem services. PLoS One, 8(6). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Nettley A, DeSilvey CO, Anderson K, Caseldine C (2013). Visualising sea-level rise at a coastal heritage site: participatory process and creative communication. Landscape Research, 1-11. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2012). Making sense of transience: an anticipatory history. cultural geographies, 19(1), 31-54. DOI.
DeSilvey C, Edensor T (2012). Reckoning with ruins. Progress in Human Geography, 37(4), 465-485. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2010). Memory in motion: soundings from Milltown, Montana. Social and Cultural Geography, 11(5), 491-510. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2010). River Axe Crossings. J HIST GEOGR, 36(1), 119-119. Author URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2010). The comfort of things. ENVIRON PLANN D, 28(3), 562-563. Author URL. DOI.
Degen M, DeSilvey C, Rose G (2008). Experiencing visualities in designed urban environments: learning from Milton Keynes. ENVIRON PLANN A, 40(8), 1901-1920. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2007). Art and archive: memory-work on a Montana homestead. Journal of Historical Geography, 33(4), 878-900. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2007). Salvage memory: constellating material histories on a hardscrabble homestead. Cultural Geographies, 14(3), 401-424. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2006). Observed decay: telling stories with mutable things. Journal of Material Culture, 11(3), 318-338. Author URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2003). Cultivated histories in a Scottish allotment garden. CULT GEOGR, 10(4), 442-468. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

Chapters

DeSilvey CO (2019). Head, Hand, Heart: on Contradiction, Contingency and Repair. In Laviolette P, Martinez F (Eds.) Repair, Breakages, Breakthroughs: Ethnographic Responses, Berghan.
DeSilvey CO (2019). Rewilding Time in the Vale do Côa. In Tamm M, Olivier L (Eds.) Rethinking Historical Time: New Approaches to Presentism, Bloomsbury Academic.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey CO (2019). Rewilding as heritage-making: new natural heritage and renewed memories in Portugal. In de Nardi S, Orange H, Koskinen-Koivisto E, Drozdzewski D, High S (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place.
DeSilvey CO (2018). All Change (exhibition catalogue essay). In Cannon L (Ed) Liminal Matter, 3-5.  Author URL.
DeSilvey CO, Ryan J (2018). Everyday Kintsukuroi: Mending as Making. In Price L, Hawkins H (Eds.) Geographies of Making, Craft and Creativity, London: Routledge, 195-212.   Publisher URL.
DeSilvey CO (2018). The Death of a Lighthouse. In Strang V, Edensor T, Puckering J (Eds.) From the Lighthouse: an Experiment in Interdisciplinarity, Routledge, 157-160.   Publisher URL.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Life after death: palliative curation and future persistence. In Holtorf C, Hogberg A (Eds.) Cultural Heritage and the Future, Routledge.
DeSilvey CO (2015). Elemental Analysis. In Raymond-Barker O (Ed) Natural Alchemy, Falmouth, UK: Two Wood Press.
Paton D, DeSilvey C (2014). Growing granite: the recombinant geologies of sludge. In Hallam E, Ingold T (Eds.) Making and growing: anthropological studies of organisms and artefacts, Ashgate, 221-238.
DeSilvey C (2014). Palliative curation: art and entropy on Orford Ness. In Olsen B, Petursdottir T (Eds.) Ruin Memories: Materialities, Aesthetics and the Archaeology of the Recent Past, Routledge, 79-91.
DeSilvey C (2013). Object lessons: from batholith to bookend. In Winders J, Schein RH, Johnson NC (Eds.) Companion to Cultural Geography, Wiley-Blackwell, 146-158.
DeSilvey C, Bond S (2013). On salvage photography. In Piccini A, Harrison R, Graves-Brown P (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World, Oxford University Press, 642-656.
DeSilvey C (2012). Copper places: affective circuitries. In Jones O, Garde-Hansen J (Eds.) Geography and memory: explorations in identity, place and becoming, Palgrave Macmillan, 45-57.
DeSilvey CO (2012). Observed decay: telling stories with mutable things (reprint). In Dudley S (Ed) Museum Objects, Routledge.
Desilvey CO (2007). Practical remembrance: material and method in a recycled archive. In Gagen E, Lorimer H, Vasudevan A (Eds.) Practicing the Archive: Reflections on Methods and Practice in Historical Geography, London: RGS Historical Geography Research Group Monograph Series, 37-45.
DeSilvey C, Yusoff K (2006). Art and geography: image and interpretation. In Douglas A, Huggett R, Perkins C (Eds.) Companion Encyclopaedia of Geography: from Local to Global, London: Routledge, 571-586.

Conferences

Nettley A, Anderson K, DeSilvey C, Caseldine C (2011). USING TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNING AND LIDAR DATA FOR PHOTO-REALISTIC VISUALISATION OF CLIMATE IMPACTS AT HERITAGE SITES.  Author URL.
Nettley A, Anderson K, DeSilvey CO, Caseldine CJ (2011). Using terrestrial laser scanning and LiDAR data for photo-realistic visualisation of climate impacts at heritage sites. 4th ISPRS International Workshop 3D-ARCH 2011 “3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures”. Trento, Italy. 2nd - 5th Mar 2011. Abstract.

Reports

Church A, Fish R, Haines-Young R, Mourato S, Tratalos J (2014). Work Package 5: Cultural Ecosystem Services and Indicators. DEFRA.
Desilvey CO (2006). Coloma, Montana: Cultural Resource Management Plan. Bureau of Land Management, Missoula: BLM Missoula Field Office.
Desilvey CO (2006). Update to the Joint Northside/Westside Neighborhood Plan. Missoula City/County Office of Planning and Grants, Missoula, Montana.

Internet publications

DeSilvey CO (2017). The Art of Losing.   Publisher URL. Web link.
DeSilvey C, Ryan J, Bond S (2012). A Celebration of Repair.  Author URL. Web link.
DeSilvey C (2008). Watershed moment: the death of a Montana dam, Slate Magazine.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
DeSilvey C (2006). Dammed memories: a Montana river, transformed, Slate Magazine.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
DeSilvey C (2005). Rot in peace: putting old buildings and settlements to rest, Slate Magazine.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.

Publications by year



2019

DeSilvey CO (2019). Head, Hand, Heart: on Contradiction, Contingency and Repair. In Laviolette P, Martinez F (Eds.) Repair, Breakages, Breakthroughs: Ethnographic Responses, Berghan.
DeSilvey CO (2019). Rewilding Time in the Vale do Côa. In Tamm M, Olivier L (Eds.) Rethinking Historical Time: New Approaches to Presentism, Bloomsbury Academic.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey CO (2019). Rewilding as heritage-making: new natural heritage and renewed memories in Portugal. In de Nardi S, Orange H, Koskinen-Koivisto E, Drozdzewski D, High S (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place.

2018

DeSilvey CO (2018). All Change (exhibition catalogue essay). In Cannon L (Ed) Liminal Matter, 3-5.  Author URL.
DeSilvey CO, Ryan J (2018). Everyday Kintsukuroi: Mending as Making. In Price L, Hawkins H (Eds.) Geographies of Making, Craft and Creativity, London: Routledge, 195-212.   Publisher URL.
DeSilvey CO (2018). The Death of a Lighthouse. In Strang V, Edensor T, Puckering J (Eds.) From the Lighthouse: an Experiment in Interdisciplinarity, Routledge, 157-160.   Publisher URL.
DeSilvey C, Bartolini N (2018). Where horses run free? Autonomy, temporality and rewilding in the Côa Valley, Portugal. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text. DOI.

2017

DeSilvey C (2017). Book Review Forum: Curated Decay, with commentaries by Emma Waterton, Harlan Morehouse, Richard Schein, Tim Cresswell and Caitlin DeSilvey. cultural geographies, 147447401773298-147447401773298. DOI.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving., University of Minnesota Press. Abstract.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Life after death: palliative curation and future persistence. In Holtorf C, Hogberg A (Eds.) Cultural Heritage and the Future, Routledge.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Mud. Uniformannual(2018), 90-91. Author URL.
DeSilvey CO (2017). The Art of Losing.   Publisher URL. Web link.
DeSilvey CO (2017). When Loss is More. Views(54), 76-77.  Publisher URLAuthor URL.

2016

Harrison R, Bartolini N, DeSilvey C, Holtorf C, Lyons A, Macdonald S, May S, Morgan J, Penrose S (2016). Heritage Futures. Archaeology International, 19, 68-72. Full text. DOI.

2015

DeSilvey CO (2015). Book Review: Mining Memories: Placing the Anthropocene. Cultural Geographies, 22, 377-378. DOI.
DeSilvey CO (2015). Elemental Analysis. In Raymond-Barker O (Ed) Natural Alchemy, Falmouth, UK: Two Wood Press.

2014

Paton D, DeSilvey C (2014). Growing granite: the recombinant geologies of sludge. In Hallam E, Ingold T (Eds.) Making and growing: anthropological studies of organisms and artefacts, Ashgate, 221-238.
DeSilvey C (2014). Palliative curation: art and entropy on Orford Ness. In Olsen B, Petursdottir T (Eds.) Ruin Memories: Materialities, Aesthetics and the Archaeology of the Recent Past, Routledge, 79-91.
Church A, Fish R, Haines-Young R, Mourato S, Tratalos J (2014). Work Package 5: Cultural Ecosystem Services and Indicators. DEFRA.

2013

DeSilvey C, Ryan J, Bond S (2013). 21 Stories. Cultural Geographies, 21(4), 657-672. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2013). Object lessons: from batholith to bookend. In Winders J, Schein RH, Johnson NC (Eds.) Companion to Cultural Geography, Wiley-Blackwell, 146-158.
DeSilvey C, Bond S (2013). On salvage photography. In Piccini A, Harrison R, Graves-Brown P (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World, Oxford University Press, 642-656.
Casalegno S, Inger R, Desilvey C, Gaston KJ (2013). Spatial covariance between aesthetic value & other ecosystem services. PLoS One, 8(6). Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Bond, S, DeSilvey, C, Ryan J (2013). Visible mending: everyday repairs in the South West., Uniform Books.
Nettley A, DeSilvey CO, Anderson K, Caseldine C (2013). Visualising sea-level rise at a coastal heritage site: participatory process and creative communication. Landscape Research, 1-11. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.

2012

DeSilvey C, Ryan J, Bond S (2012). A Celebration of Repair.  Author URL. Web link.
DeSilvey C (2012). Copper places: affective circuitries. In Jones O, Garde-Hansen J (Eds.) Geography and memory: explorations in identity, place and becoming, Palgrave Macmillan, 45-57.
DeSilvey C (2012). Making sense of transience: an anticipatory history. cultural geographies, 19(1), 31-54. DOI.
DeSilvey CO (2012). Observed decay: telling stories with mutable things (reprint). In Dudley S (Ed) Museum Objects, Routledge.
DeSilvey C, Edensor T (2012). Reckoning with ruins. Progress in Human Geography, 37(4), 465-485. DOI.

2011

DeSilvey C, Naylor S, Sackett C (2011). Anticipatory history. Axminster, Uniformbooks.  Publisher URLAuthor URL.
Nettley A, Anderson K, DeSilvey C, Caseldine C (2011). USING TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNING AND LIDAR DATA FOR PHOTO-REALISTIC VISUALISATION OF CLIMATE IMPACTS AT HERITAGE SITES.  Author URL.
Nettley A, Anderson K, DeSilvey CO, Caseldine CJ (2011). Using terrestrial laser scanning and LiDAR data for photo-realistic visualisation of climate impacts at heritage sites. 4th ISPRS International Workshop 3D-ARCH 2011 “3D Virtual Reconstruction and Visualization of Complex Architectures”. Trento, Italy. 2nd - 5th Mar 2011. Abstract.

2010

DeSilvey C (2010). Memory in motion: soundings from Milltown, Montana. Social and Cultural Geography, 11(5), 491-510. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2010). River Axe Crossings. J HIST GEOGR, 36(1), 119-119. Author URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2010). The comfort of things. ENVIRON PLANN D, 28(3), 562-563. Author URL. DOI.

2008

Degen M, DeSilvey C, Rose G (2008). Experiencing visualities in designed urban environments: learning from Milton Keynes. ENVIRON PLANN A, 40(8), 1901-1920. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
DeSilvey C (2008). Watershed moment: the death of a Montana dam, Slate Magazine.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.

2007

DeSilvey C (2007). Art and archive: memory-work on a Montana homestead. Journal of Historical Geography, 33(4), 878-900. DOI.
Desilvey CO (2007). Practical remembrance: material and method in a recycled archive. In Gagen E, Lorimer H, Vasudevan A (Eds.) Practicing the Archive: Reflections on Methods and Practice in Historical Geography, London: RGS Historical Geography Research Group Monograph Series, 37-45.
DeSilvey C (2007). Salvage memory: constellating material histories on a hardscrabble homestead. Cultural Geographies, 14(3), 401-424. DOI.
Finlay A (2007). two fields of wheat seeded with a poppy-poem.  Author URL.

2006

DeSilvey C, Yusoff K (2006). Art and geography: image and interpretation. In Douglas A, Huggett R, Perkins C (Eds.) Companion Encyclopaedia of Geography: from Local to Global, London: Routledge, 571-586.
Desilvey CO (2006). Coloma, Montana: Cultural Resource Management Plan. Bureau of Land Management, Missoula: BLM Missoula Field Office.
DeSilvey C (2006). Dammed memories: a Montana river, transformed, Slate Magazine.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
DeSilvey C (2006). Observed decay: telling stories with mutable things. Journal of Material Culture, 11(3), 318-338. Author URL. DOI.
Desilvey CO (2006). Update to the Joint Northside/Westside Neighborhood Plan. Missoula City/County Office of Planning and Grants, Missoula, Montana.

2005

DeSilvey C (2005). Rot in peace: putting old buildings and settlements to rest, Slate Magazine.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.

2004

DeSilvey CO (2004). A Landscape Event. Verse Chain Author URL.

2003

DeSilvey C (2003). Cultivated histories in a Scottish allotment garden. CULT GEOGR, 10(4), 442-468. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2002

DeSilvey C (2002). Butterflies and Railroad Ties: a History of a Montana Homestead. Missoula, Montana.