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Murphy, Oonagh; Alexander, Victoria. 2022 (forthcoming). Fundraising in the Arts. In: Devereaux, Constance. Arts Management: A Handbook for Students and Practitioners. Routledge. ISBN TBC.

Murphy, Oonagh; Villaespesa, Elena; Bernhardt, Johannes; Golgath, Tabea and Sonja, Thiel. 2022. Künstliche Intelligenz und Museen – Ein Toolkit.  Goldsmiths, University of London, London.

Murphy, Oonagh and Villaespesa, Elena. 2022. La Red de Museos + Inteligencia Artificial: Guía para la aplicación de IA en museos. Goldsmiths, University of London, London.

Murphy, Oonagh and Villaespesa, Elena. 2021. Innovation, data and social responsibility. In: Haitham Eid and Melissa Forstrom, eds. Museum Innovation: Building More Equitable, Relevant and Impactful Museums. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780367481407

Villaespesa, Elena and Murphy, Oonagh. 2021. This is not an apple! Benefits and challenges of applying computer vision to museum collections. Museum Management and Curatorship, 36(4), pp. 362-383. ISSN 0964-7775

Murphy, Oonagh. 2020. CultureLab – Don’t Believe the Stereotype, Ulster Museum, Belfast. Museums Journal, pp. 40-43. ISSN 0027-416X

AI: A Museum Planning Toolkit. Goldsmiths, University of London, London. 2020

The changing shape of museums in an increasingly digital world. In: Mark O’Neill and Glenn Hooper, eds. Connecting Museums. Abingdon: Routledge. 2019 ISBN 9781138490024

With Not For: Engagement Strategies in a Digital Age. In: William Byrnes, J and Aleksandar Brkić, eds. The Routledge Companion to Arts Management. Abingdon: Routledge. 2019 ISBN 9781138492226

When a 1981 Diary Meets Twitter: Reclaiming a teenage girl’s ordinary experience of the Northern Irish Troubles. British Journal for Military History, 5(1), pp. 49-70. 2019 ISSN 2057-0422

Coworking Spaces, Accelerators and Incubators: Emerging Forms of Museum Practice in an Increasingly Digital World. Museum International, 70(1-2), pp. 62-75. 2018 ISSN 1350-0775

Museum Studies as Critical Praxis: Developing an Active Approach to Research, Teaching and Practice. Tate Papers(29), 2018 ISSN 1753-9854

Rethinking participatory practice in a Web 2.0 world. In: Kayte McSweeney and Jen Kavanagh, eds. Museum Participation: New Directions for Audience Collaboration. Edinburgh: Museums Etc. 2016 ISBN 1910144789

Increasing the digital literacy of museum professionals: Digital innovation and the museum sector in Northern Ireland. PhD Thesis, University of Ulster, 2014

**Short form arts and culture writing (interviews, reviews and opinion pieces)

How to Make the Most of an Art Fair…. – Arts Professional

Dialogue, Collaboration and Exchange: What Makes a City Creative? – It’s Nice That

Hunger Strikes and Teenage Angst – The World of @NrnIrnGirl1981– The Irish Times

Crowdfunding for the Great and Small – Arts Professional

What Can Crowdfunding Offer the Arts Beyond Money? – The Guardian

Crowdfunding Toolkit – Arts & Business NI

Art of the Troubles – Museums Journal

Metropolitan Museum of Art, US Museum Practice

Digital Pro Bono: Time for cultural giants to offer their services – Guardian, Culture Professionals Network (republication of Culture Sync article)

Digital Pro Bono: Time for cultural giants to offer their services – Culture Sync

This is Our Playground: Recognising the Value of Students as Innovators Museums and The Web 2013

What Next for Museums? –Guardian (culture professionals live chat)

Museums and Digital Engagement: A New York Perspective – Winston Churchill Memorial Trust

Strategies for a Digital Culture Arts Professional

From Virtual to Reality Arts Professional

Does New York show the way to the digital future for local museums? Centre for Media Research Blog

Let’s Get Real Culture 24 Guest Blog

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