Milne, L. (2016). An Arte-Factual Tale Diorama (2016) By Emma Finn
Edinburgh Artists' Moving Image Festival (EAMIF) catalogue essay.
Milne, L. (2017). Heroes, Monsters and Horned Men: On the Syntax and Evolution of Mythological Image-Constellations. In M. Lisiecki, L. Milne, & N. Yanchevskaja (Eds.), Power and Speech: Mythology of the Social and the Sacred, 117-162. Toruń, POland: EIKON
No abstract available.
Milne, L. (2013). Pieter Bruegel and Carlo Ginzburg: The Debatable Land of Renaissance Dreams. Cosmos : the yearbook of the Traditional Cosmology Society, (59-126). ISSN 0269-8773
Pieter Bruegel the Elder's pictures of witches and dreams are discussed in relation to Carlo Ginzburg's studies of the benandanti (do-gooders, good walkers) and the mythology ...
Milne, L. (2009). An instrument in the shape of a women: the real nonsense of Eva Hesse. In E. L. Mckinnon, E. Bronfen, L. Milne, & H. A. Molesworth (Eds.), Eva Hesse Spectres 1960Yale Universtiy Press
Milne, L. (2006). Carnivals and dreams; Pieter Bruegel and the history of the imagination. MUTUS LIBER PRESS
Milne, L. (2003). On the side of the angels. In J. Lingwood (Ed.), Susan Hiller: recall: selected works, 1969-2004, 139-155. Gateshead: Baltic & Porto: Museu de Arte ... & Basel: Kunsthalle
Contribution to the catalogue of an exhibition of art by Susan Hiller, held at the Baltic, Gateshead, May 1 - July 18, 2004, Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto, O...
Milne, L. (2007). Spirits and Other Worlds in Nightmare Imagery. Cosmos : the yearbook of the Traditional Cosmology Society. 24, 177-210. ISSN 0269-8773
Milne, L. (2013). Dream Cultures in the Renaissance. In K. Antoni, & D. Weiss (Eds.), Sources of Mythology: Ancient and Contemporary Myths, 153-178
Milne, L. (2010). A boat retold
On the isle of Lewis in the oUter Hebrides, artist and poet Ian Stephen, writer Robert NacFarlane and others tell stories in and around the wooden fishing boat, Broad Bay, ret...
Milne, L. (2010). The Druids, Travels in deep England
The Druids is an exploration of neo-pagan magical belief in the 21st Century. Shot over three years in Somerset, England, this ethnographic documentary follows a group of mode...