As Leverhulme Research Fellow 2002-2004 Claire Pajaczkowska wrote six chapters in the following books:

  • 'Urban Memory/ Suburban Oblivion' in Urban Memory, ed Mark Crinson (Routledge, London :amp:New York, 2005)
  • 'Perversion and the Parisian Avant Garde 1912-1916' in Perversion, eds L.Jardine¬†& D.Nobus (Karnac, London, 2005)
  • 'Stuff and Nonsense: the Complexity of Cloth' in Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture (Berg, London, 2005)
  • 'Vermeer: The Mundane and the Sublime' in Vermeer, Beyond Art History ed Griselda Pollock (2006)
  • 'The Garden of Eden: Sex, Shame and Knowledge' in Shame and Sexuality, eds C.Pajaczkowska¬†& A.Rifkin (Freud Museum, London, 2006)
  • 'On Humming: The Legacy of Marion Milner,' eds L.Caldwell¬†& A.Joyce (Routledge 2006)

Current Work

She is completing a book on the Sublime, editing an issue of Textile on String, and a conference on Sex, Death and Laughter in conjunction with the Freud Museum.