Woodall, A. (2018) ‘On Object Dialogue Boxes: silence, empathy and unknowing’ (paper delivered at AHRC Silence, Memory and Empathy Conference, July 2013) in Intersections of Silence and Memory (Special Volume) International Journal of Heritage Studies.

Woodall, A. (forthcoming 2018) ‘Delightful rummaging: artists’ responses to unloved collections’ (paper delivered at Who Cares?, November 2015) in Who Cares? Interventions in Unloved Museum Collections, Ashgate.

Woodall, A. (2016) Sensory Engagements with Objects in Art Galleries: Material Interpretation and Theological Metaphor (Unpublished PhD Thesis) School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester.

Woodall, A. (2016) ”A storehouse of unimagined treasures’: York Art Gallery and the Centre of Ceramic Art’ in Museum Worlds, Bergahn Journals.

Woodall, A. (2015) ‘Object Dialogue Boxes and Unknowing’ in MuseumsEtc. Interpreting the Art Museum: A Collection of Essays, pp.366-377.

Woodall, A. (2015) ‘Rummaging as a strategy for creative thinking and imaginative engagement in Higher Education’ in eds. Chatterjee, H. & Hannan, L. Engaging the Senses: Object-Based Learning in Higher Education (Ashgate, Surrey), pp.133-155.

Woodall, A. (2015) ‘Body, Mind, Spirit: An Interpretive Strategy for Children in Hospital Schools’ in Museological Review 15, pp.33-44.

Woodall, A. (2013) ‘Sensory access to museum objects’ in Museums Association Museum Practice: Touch, 15 February 2013.

Woodall, A., Mitchell, L. & Blakey, S. (2011) ‘Mary Mary Quite Contrary: The Mary Greg Collection at Manchester Art Gallery’ in The Ruskin Review and Bulletin Vol. 7, Lancaster: Ruskin Research Centre, pp.36-46.

Woodall, A. (2010) ‘Mary Greg’s Bygones: A Misplaced Collection?’ in Social History Curators’ Group News Issue 66, pp.7-9.

Woodall, A. (2010) ‘Mary Greg and the Guild of St George’ in The Companion, Oxford: Guild of St. George, pp.16-18.

Woodall, A. (2010) ‘Interpretation and interactivity for families in art galleries in the USA: GEM Research Bursary Report 2009’ in Journal of Education in Museums 31, Kent: GEM, pp.14-23.

Woodall, A. (2010)  ‘Lost and Found: Mary Greg at Manchester Art Gallery’Case Study for Learning at the Interface: Museum and University CollaborationsV&A/CETLD Brighton Conference.

Woodall, A. (2010) ‘Visual Dialogues: Disasters of War’ in Olding S. (ed.) Working with Young People in Museums and Galleries Advocacy Document (London: MLA).

Woodall, A, (2009) ‘Case Study: Creative Consultants at Manchester Art Gallery’ in Adler, C. (ed.) How to Develop a Youth Board in Your Museum (MLA and Renaissance South East).

Woodall, A. (2008) ‘Talking heads and selling chickweed: An interactive for KS2’ in GEM Newsletter, Summer 2008, p.10-11.

Woodall, A. (2006) ‘Bizarre Objects Inspire Creative Learning’ in GEM Newsletter 101 Summer 2006, p.11-12.


Book Reviews

Hill, Kate (ed.) (2012) Museums and Biographies: Stories, Objects, Identities (The Boydell Press, Woodbridge). (for H Net Material Culture)

Monti, Francesca & Keene, Suzanne (2013) Museums and Silent Objects: Designing Effective Exhibitions (Ashgate, Surrey). (for Museum & Society Nov 2014, Vol.12, No. 3)