Title: Democratising Print? The field and practices of radical and community printshops in Britain 1968-98 (2016). View here.
Supervisor: Professor Bart Cammaerts
After the PhD
Since completing her part-time PhD at LSE, Jess continues to work as a Senior Lecturer in Contextual and Theoretical Studies in the Design School at London College of Communication (LCC), University of the Arts, London. She is also co-convenor of LCC's Design Activism Research Hub. View Jess' professional profile here.
- Baines, J., Credland, T., & Pawson, M (forthcoming, 2018). 'Radical and countercultural DIY publishing in the decade before punk'. In M.Worley et al. (eds) Ripped and Torn: Pop, Politics and Punk Fanzines from 1976. Manchester University Press
- Baines, J. (2016). ‘Engaging (past) participants: the case of radicalprintshops.org’ . In S. Kubitschko & A. Kaun (eds) Innovative Methods in Media & Communication Research. Palgrave. pp.17-35
- Baines, J. (2015). ‘Nurturing dissent? Community printshops in 1970s London’ In J. Uldam & A. Vestergaard (eds) Civic Engagement and Social Media: Political Participation Beyond Protest. Palgrave Macmillan pp.174-193
- Baines, J. (2014). Radical Print Revolution? Objects Under Capitalism. STRIKE! (8). pp. 20-21. https://issuu.com/strikemagyo/docs/strike_8_issu
- Baines, J. (2012). ‘Experiments in democratic participation: feminist printshop collectives’. Cultural Policy, Criticism and Management Research. Issue 6. City University. pp. 29-51
- Baines, J. (2010). ‘Free Radicals’, Afterall Onlinehttps://www.afterall.org/online/radical.printmaking#
- Baines, J. (2009). ‘The Freedom of the Press Belongs to Those who Control the Press’ In N. Carpentier et al. (eds), Communicative Approaches to Politics and Ethics in Europe. ECREA & University of Tartu Press. pp. 113-127