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Professor Caitlin Desilvey

Professor Caitlin Desilvey

Professor of Cultural Geography

 01326 254161

 Environment and Sustainability Institute 1.36

 

Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

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Overview

I am a geographer whose research explores the cultural significance of material change and transformation, with a particular focus on heritage contexts. I’ve worked with artists, archaeologists, environmental scientists and heritage practitioners on a range of interdisciplinary projects, supported by funding from UK research councils (AHRC, EPSRC, NERC), the Royal Geographical Society, the Norwegian Research Council and the European Social Fund. I often use visual imagery and story-telling to engage people in imagining changing environments and places, and look to patterns from the past to try to understand what the future might bring. Although much of my research is about how things (and places) fall apart, I am also interested in practices of repair and maintenance that hold things together.

My monograph, Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving (UMP 2017), received the 2018 Historic Preservation Book Prize. Recent publications include After Discourse: Things, Affects, Ethics (Routledge 2020), an edited collection stemming from a 2016-17 fellowship at the Centre for Advanced Study in Olso, and Heritage Futures: Comparative Approaches to Natural and Cultural Heritage Practices (UCL 2020), a co-authored volume arising from work on the Heritage Futures research project. 

I am Associate Director for Transdisciplinary Research in the Environment and Sustainability Institute, where I coordinate the ESI Creative Exchange Programme. I am also a member of the Centre for Geography and Environmental Science in the College of Life and Environmental Sciences and a studio holder at the Cornubian Arts & Science Trust.

You can find my Google Scholar account here and my LinkedIn account here

Qualifications

2005 PhD Cultural Geography (Open University)
2001 MSc Cultural Geography (University of Edinburgh)
1994 BA Religious Studies and Environmental Studies (Yale University)

Career

2020-present Professor, University of Exeter

2015-2019 Associate Professor, University of Exeter
2012-2015 Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter 
2007-2011 Lecturer, University of Exeter

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Research

Research interests

My main research interest involves exploring how cultural value and significance can be generated by working with processes of change and decay, rather than working against them, particularly in heritage contexts. This focus on process, rather than preservation, has been articulated through a series of novel concepts, including ‘palliative curation’, ‘anticipatory history’ and ‘curated decay’. My research has evidenced how, in certain sites, accommodation of material transformation can produce new opportunities for engagement, intrepretation and care. Current projects extend and apply these ideas through collaborations with heritage practitioners, museum conservators and conservation architects. 

My research (and my PhD supervision) also touches on a range of related themes beyond this core focus, including: narratives of climate and environmental change; materiality and memory; transdisciplinary methdologies and epistemological equity; post-industrial ecologies and aesthetics; locative media and landscape; waste and value; micro-sustainable practices of repair and reuse; digital storytelling and interactive documentary practices. 

Research projects

Current projects

Previous projects

Research networks

Climate Heritage Network, ICOMOS

Specialist Advsiory Network, National Trust

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Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


DeSilvey C (eds)(2020). After Discourse: Things, Affects, Ethics., Routledge. Abstract.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C, Harrison R (2020). Anticipating loss: rethinking endangerment in heritage futures. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 26(1), 1-7. Abstract.  Full text.
Harrison R, Desilvey C, MacDonald S, Holtorf C (2020). Heritage Futures Comparative Approaches to Natural and Cultural Heritage Practices. London, UCL Press. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2020). Making space for hybridity: Industrial heritage naturecultures at West Carclaze Garden Village, Cornwall. Geoforum, 113, 39-49. Abstract.  Full text.
DeSilvey CO, Bartolini N (2019). Where horses run free? Autonomy, temporality and rewilding in the Côa Valley, Portugal. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving., University of Minnesota Press. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by category


Books

DeSilvey C (eds)(2020). After Discourse: Things, Affects, Ethics., Routledge. Abstract.  Author URL.
Harrison R, Desilvey C, MacDonald S, Holtorf C (2020). Heritage Futures Comparative Approaches to Natural and Cultural Heritage Practices. London, UCL Press. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving., University of Minnesota Press. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bond, S, DeSilvey, C, Ryan J (2013). Visible mending: everyday repairs in the South West., Uniform Books. Author URL.
DeSilvey C (eds)(2011). Anticipatory history. Axminster, Uniformbooks. Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2002). Butterflies and Railroad Ties: a History of a Montana Homestead. Missoula, Montana.

Journal articles

Venture T, DeSilvey C, Onciul B, Fluck H (2021). Articulating Loss: a Thematic Framework for Understanding Coastal Heritage Transformations. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice Abstract.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2021). Landscape futures: decision-making in uncertain times, a literature review. Landscape Research, 46(1), 8-24. Abstract.
DeSilvey C, Fredheim H, Fluck H, Hails R, Harrison R, Samuel I, Blundell A (2021). When Loss is More: from Managed Decline to Adaptive Release. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice Abstract.
DeSilvey C, Harrison R (2020). Anticipating loss: rethinking endangerment in heritage futures. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 26(1), 1-7. Abstract.  Full text.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2020). Making space for hybridity: Industrial heritage naturecultures at West Carclaze Garden Village, Cornwall. Geoforum, 113, 39-49. Abstract.  Full text.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2020). Recording Loss: film as method and the spirit of Orford Ness. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 26(1), 19-36. Abstract.  Full text.
DeSilvey CO (2019). Unbuilding: Process and Preservation. New Geographies, 10(10), 101-106. Abstract.
DeSilvey CO, Bartolini N (2019). Where horses run free? Autonomy, temporality and rewilding in the Côa Valley, Portugal. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text.
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.
Harrison R, Bartolini N, DeSilvey C, Holtorf C, Lyons A, Macdonald S, May SF, Morgan J, Penrose S (2016). Heritage Futures. Archaeology International Full text.
DeSilvey CO (2015). Book Review: Mining Memories: Placing the Anthropocene. Cultural Geographies, 22, 377-378.
DeSilvey C, Ryan J, Bond S (2013). 21 Stories. Cultural Geographies, 21(4), 657-672.
Casalegno S, Inger R, Desilvey C, Gaston KJ (2013). Spatial covariance between aesthetic value & other ecosystem services. PLoS One, 8(6). Abstract.  Author URL.
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.
DeSilvey C (2012). Making sense of transience: an anticipatory history. cultural geographies, 19(1), 31-54. Abstract.
DeSilvey C, Edensor T (2012). Reckoning with ruins. Progress in Human Geography, 37(4), 465-485.
DeSilvey C (2010). Memory in motion: soundings from Milltown, Montana. Social and Cultural Geography, 11(5), 491-510. Abstract.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2010). River Axe Crossings. J HIST GEOGR, 36(1), 119-119. Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2010). The comfort of things. ENVIRON PLANN D, 28(3), 562-563. Author URL.
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.
DeSilvey C (2007). Art and archive: memory-work on a Montana homestead. Journal of Historical Geography, 33(4), 878-900.
DeSilvey C (2007). Salvage memory: constellating material histories on a hardscrabble homestead. Cultural Geographies, 14(3), 401-424.
DeSilvey C (2006). Observed decay: telling stories with mutable things. Journal of Material Culture, 11(3), 318-338. Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2003). Cultivated histories in a Scottish allotment garden. CULT GEOGR, 10(4), 442-468. Abstract.  Author URL.

Chapters

DeSilvey C (2020). Foreword: on Consciousness and Conspiracy. In Mackay R (Ed) Hydroplutonic Kernow, MIT Press, xxv-xxix.  Abstract.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2020). Foundered: other objects and the ethics of indifference. In Olsen B, Burström M, DeSilvey C, Pétursdóttir Þ (Eds.) After Discourse: Things, Affects, Ethics, Routledge, 219-231.  Abstract.
DeSilvey C (2020). Palliative curation and future persistence: life after death. In Holtorf C, Högberg A (Eds.) Cultural Heritage and the Future, Key Issues in Cultural Heritage, 217-229.  Abstract.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2020). Ruderal Heritage. In Harrison R, Sterling C (Eds.) Deterritorializing the Future: Heritage In, of and After the Anthropocene, Open Humanities Press, 289-310.  Author URL.  Full text.
DeSilvey CO (2019). Head, Hand, Heart: on Contradiction, Contingency and Repair. In Laviolette P, Martinez F (Eds.) Repair, Breakages, Breakthroughs: Ethnographic Responses, Berghan, 17-23.  Author URL.
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, 193-206.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2019). Rewilding as heritage-making: New natural heritage and renewed memories in Portugal. In  (Ed) The Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place, 305-314.
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.  Full text.
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.
Paton DA, DeSilvey C (2016). Growing granite: the recombinant geologies of sludge. In  (Ed) Making and Growing: Anthropological Studies of Organisms and Artefacts, 221-237.  Abstract.
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). Photo essay: 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.  Abstract.  Author URL.
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”. 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. 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.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2006). Dammed memories: a Montana river, transformed, Slate Magazine.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2005). Rot in peace: putting old buildings and settlements to rest, Slate Magazine.  Author URL.

Publications by year


2021

Venture T, DeSilvey C, Onciul B, Fluck H (2021). Articulating Loss: a Thematic Framework for Understanding Coastal Heritage Transformations. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice Abstract.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2021). Landscape futures: decision-making in uncertain times, a literature review. Landscape Research, 46(1), 8-24. Abstract.
DeSilvey C, Fredheim H, Fluck H, Hails R, Harrison R, Samuel I, Blundell A (2021). When Loss is More: from Managed Decline to Adaptive Release. Historic Environment: Policy and Practice Abstract.

2020

DeSilvey C (eds)(2020). After Discourse: Things, Affects, Ethics., Routledge. Abstract.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C, Harrison R (2020). Anticipating loss: rethinking endangerment in heritage futures. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 26(1), 1-7. Abstract.  Full text.
DeSilvey C (2020). Foreword: on Consciousness and Conspiracy. In Mackay R (Ed) Hydroplutonic Kernow, MIT Press, xxv-xxix.  Abstract.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2020). Foundered: other objects and the ethics of indifference. In Olsen B, Burström M, DeSilvey C, Pétursdóttir Þ (Eds.) After Discourse: Things, Affects, Ethics, Routledge, 219-231.  Abstract.
Harrison R, Desilvey C, MacDonald S, Holtorf C (2020). Heritage Futures Comparative Approaches to Natural and Cultural Heritage Practices. London, UCL Press. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2020). Making space for hybridity: Industrial heritage naturecultures at West Carclaze Garden Village, Cornwall. Geoforum, 113, 39-49. Abstract.  Full text.
DeSilvey C (2020). Palliative curation and future persistence: life after death. In Holtorf C, Högberg A (Eds.) Cultural Heritage and the Future, Key Issues in Cultural Heritage, 217-229.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2020). Recording Loss: film as method and the spirit of Orford Ness. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 26(1), 19-36. Abstract.  Full text.
DeSilvey C (2020). Ruderal Heritage. In Harrison R, Sterling C (Eds.) Deterritorializing the Future: Heritage In, of and After the Anthropocene, Open Humanities Press, 289-310.  Author URL.  Full text.

2019

DeSilvey CO (2019). Head, Hand, Heart: on Contradiction, Contingency and Repair. In Laviolette P, Martinez F (Eds.) Repair, Breakages, Breakthroughs: Ethnographic Responses, Berghan, 17-23.  Author URL.
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, 193-206.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bartolini N, DeSilvey C (2019). Rewilding as heritage-making: New natural heritage and renewed memories in Portugal. In  (Ed) The Routledge Handbook of Memory and Place, 305-314.
DeSilvey CO (2019). Unbuilding: Process and Preservation. New Geographies, 10(10), 101-106. Abstract.
DeSilvey CO, Bartolini N (2019). Where horses run free? Autonomy, temporality and rewilding in the Côa Valley, Portugal. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text.

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.  Full text.
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.

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.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving., University of Minnesota Press. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
DeSilvey CO (2017). Mud. Uniformannual(2018), 90-91. Author URL.
DeSilvey CO (2017). The Art of Losing. Web link.
DeSilvey CO (2017). When Loss is More. Views(54), 76-77. Author URL.

2016

Paton DA, DeSilvey C (2016). Growing granite: the recombinant geologies of sludge. In  (Ed) Making and Growing: Anthropological Studies of Organisms and Artefacts, 221-237.  Abstract.
Harrison R, Bartolini N, DeSilvey C, Holtorf C, Lyons A, Macdonald S, May SF, Morgan J, Penrose S (2016). Heritage Futures. Archaeology International Full text.

2015

DeSilvey CO (2015). Book Review: Mining Memories: Placing the Anthropocene. Cultural Geographies, 22, 377-378.
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.
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). Photo essay: 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.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Casalegno S, Inger R, Desilvey C, Gaston KJ (2013). Spatial covariance between aesthetic value & other ecosystem services. PLoS One, 8(6). Abstract.  Author URL.
Bond, S, DeSilvey, C, Ryan J (2013). Visible mending: everyday repairs in the South West., Uniform Books. Author URL.
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.

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. Abstract.
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.

2011

DeSilvey C (eds)(2011). Anticipatory history. Axminster, Uniformbooks. Author 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”. 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.
DeSilvey C (2010). River Axe Crossings. J HIST GEOGR, 36(1), 119-119. Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2010). The comfort of things. ENVIRON PLANN D, 28(3), 562-563. Author URL.

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.
DeSilvey C (2008). Watershed moment: the death of a Montana dam, Slate Magazine.  Author URL.

2007

DeSilvey C (2007). Art and archive: memory-work on a Montana homestead. Journal of Historical Geography, 33(4), 878-900.
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.
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.  Author URL.
DeSilvey C (2006). Observed decay: telling stories with mutable things. Journal of Material Culture, 11(3), 318-338. Author URL.
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.  Author 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.

2002

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

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