Pauline Hadaway



Re-imagining Titanic in William V Neill (ed), Relaunching Titanic: Memory and Marketing in the ‘Post Conflict’ City, Routledge 2013.

Where are the People? (ed) K Downey, introduction by P Hadaway, Belfast Exposed, 2010

Policing the Public Gaze, P Hadaway, Manifesto Club, 2009

“Long Shadows”, P Hadaway and T Hadaway, The Prison Plays, Sunderland

University Press, 2005

Archive _ Belfast, (eds) K Downey and P Hadaway, Hatje Cantz, 2004


Escaping the Panopticon, Either/ And, 2012

Us and Them – the making and dissemination of the photography of protest”,

Photoworks, Spring/Summer 2011

“Art: Just another instrument of policy?”, December 2009

“Reimagining the city”, Urban Design, January 2009

“A Cautionary Tale”, Printed Project, 8, Winter 2007

“Soul Searching and soul selling- the new accountability in the arts”, CIRCA,114,

Winter 2005

“Art education- intrinsic purpose or political agenda?” CIRCA, 101, Winter 2004

“Categorizing Artists”, spiked culture debate, February 2004

“Art for whose sake?” Architects’ Journal, July 2003

“Lost in the Maze”, Fourthwrite, January 2003

“Cohesion in Contested Spaces”, Architects’ Journal, November 2001


Participation: upping the ante, Museums Association annual conference, Edinburgh November 2012

Looking Back Today, 60s and 70s photography, Battle of Ideas at the Barbican, October 2012

Escaping the Panopticon, Brighton Photo Biennial Symposium, October 2012

A new renaissance in the arts? Manchester Salon, September 2012

Engagement in the Arts, Leeds Metropolitan University, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, July 2012

Socially engaged practice, NE Photography Symposium, June 2012

The ethics of press and public photography, National Photography Symposium, London, April 2012

Belfast Becoming, Challenging Histories, London City University, February 2012

Critical Conversations (Chair), NE Photography Network, Sunderland University, February 2012

Meaningful experiences in engaged and participatory practices, engage UK at Turner

Contemporary,   November 2011

Belfast Exposed, History, Politics and Place, Street Level, Photoworks, Glasgow,

2011 and Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 2009

Candid Camera- photography and morality, Battle of Ideas at the Royal College of Art, London (2009)

Artists mobility, aspiration or reality, European Council of Artists, Dublin 2008