Camilla Smith, ‘William Coxe’s Travels in Switzerland 1789: A Travel Book Examining Alpine Exploration, Local History and Swiss Folklore’ in Richard Clay and Andrew Chandler eds, Travel By the Book: An Exhibition of Eighteenth-Century Illustrated Travel Books at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. Cromwell Press,Trowbridge, 2006, 39–68 (ISBN 0-9550558-1-4) 9,804 words.
Camilla Smith, ‘Between Fantasy and Angst: Assessing the Subject and Meaning of Henry Fuseli’s Late Pornographic Drawings 1800-1825’, Art History, Vol. 33, no. 3 (2010), Wiley-Blackwell, 420-448 (ISSN 0141-6790) 17,236 words.
Camilla Smith, ‘Assessing the Pedagogic Role of Folly in the Early Work of Henry Fuseli’, Paedagogica Historica,Vol. 46, No. 5, October (2010) Routledge, 559-583 (ISSN 0030-9230) 9,695 words.
Academic journal review articles
Camilla Smith, ‘Women’s Contribution to Modernism: Discover, Recover, or Revise?’ Oxford Art Journal, vol. 32, no. 3, (2009), OUO. 453-458. 4,901 words.
(Book chapter) Camilla Smith, ‘Questioning bohemian myth in Weimar Berlin: Reinterpreting Jeanne Mammen and the artist function through her illustrations Der Maler und sein Modell [‘The Painter and his Model’] (1927). David Machin (ed.), Visual Communication in the series Handbooks of Communication Science (HOCS) eds,Peter J. Schulz and Paul Cobley, (2013), De Gruyter Mouton. 10,152 words.
(Article) Camilla Smith, ‘From cantonal to national significance: The construction of nature and Alpine myth in eighteenth-century Zurich’. Accepted, forthcoming in the Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, (2013) Wiley-Blackwell. 9,996 words.
(Article) Camilla Smith, ‘Challenging Baedeker through the Art of Sexual Science: An Exploration of Homosexuality in Curt Moreck’s Guide to “Depraved” Berlin (1931)’. Accepted, forthcoming in Oxford Art Journal, Vol. 36, No. 3, October (2013), OUP. 11,404 words.