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Papers and journals:
- Wilkinson-Weber, Clare M. (2010) From Commodity to Costumes : Productive Consumption in the making of Bollywood Film Looks. Journal of Material Culture. [Online] 15(1), pp 3-29. Available from: http://mcu.sagepub.com/content/15/1/3. [Accessed 21st August 2013].
- Novak, D. (2010) Cosmopolitanism, remediation, and the ghost world of Bollywood. Cultural Anthropology. [Online] 25(1), pp 40-72. Available from DOI: 10.1111/j.1548-1360.2009.01051.x. [Accessed 22nd August 2013].
- Wilkinson-Weber, Clare M. (2005) Tailoring expectations: How film costumes become audience’s clothes. South Asian Popular Culture. [Online] 3(2), pp 135-159. Available from DOI: 10.1080/14746680500234520. [Accessed 22nd August 2013].
- Tzortzi, Kali. (2007) Museum building design and exhibition layout: Patterns of interaction. Proceedings, 6th International Space Syntax Symposium, Istanbul, 2007. pp [(072-01)-(072-16)]. [Accessed 15th October 2013].
- Ferris, K., Bannon, L., Ciolfi, L., Gallagher, P., Hall, T., & Lennon, M. (2004) Shaping experience in the Hunt Museum: A design case study. Conference on Designing Interactive Systems. pp 205-214. Available from: http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1013115.1013144. [Accessed 14th October 2013].
- Hunt, Elizabeth Gay. (2009) Study of Museum lighting and design. Honors Thesis. Texas State University, San Marcos.
- Pinto, J., & Sippy, S. (2008). Bollywood posters. London, Thames & Hudson.
- Dickey, S., King, E., Pandian, M.S.S., Pinney, C., Thomas, R., Uberoi, P., Blamey, D. (ed.) & D’souza, R. (ed.). (2005). Living Pictures: Perspective on the film posters in India. London. Open Editions.
- Chiara, J.D. (ed.), Callender, J. (ed.). Time saver standards for building types. (2nd edition). Singapore. McGraw Hill Inc. pp 329-340.
- Matthews, G. (1999)Museum, Art galleries and temproary exhibition spaces (in.). Adler, D. (ed.). Metric handbook Planning and Design Data. (2nd edition). London. Architectural press. pp [(31-1) - (31-6)].