Revolutionary graffiti? Locating, recording and interpreting at Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin / Laura McAtackney, University College Dublin
Banksy is a woman: gender and femininity as displayed in graffiti / Erin Osborne-Martin, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
Written in Stone: Reframing graffiti at the North Head Quarantine Station, Sydney, Australia / Ursula Frederick, University of Sydney
"Harry was here 1945": Graffiti and the Nazi Occupation of Alderney / Caroline Sturdy Colls, Staffordshire University; Kevin Colls, Rachel Bolton-King, Tim Harris, Czelsie Weston
Graffiti as a medium to teach and enthrall / Cara Jones, Archaeology Scotland; Caroline Pudney, University of Chester
Wild times in wild places: Counter-cultures, graffiti and the wild at the Devil's Spittleful / Andrew Hoaen, University of Worcester
Appraising modern cave graffiti in Greece / Niels Andreasen, Museum of Copenhagen
52 weeks in a (graffiti) year: disrupting temporalities in archaeology by recording a graffiti wall once a week for a year / Alex Hale, Annie Leigh-Campbell
Buffing and Buffering: Street Art's Accelerating Archaeologies / Samuel Merrill, Institute of Modern Research Institute; Lachlan MacDowall, Centre for Cultural Partnerships
Marking military identity: textual graffiti in nineteenth-century Malta / Russell Palmer, Ghent University