Chittenden, T. (2023) 'Ceramics in the Wild: Deep mapping and the moon jars of Adam Buick', Craft Research, 14(2): 199-219.
Chittenden, T. (2023) 'Printing the Weather: The language of rain as a source for an evolving print landscape', IMPACT. Forthcoming.
Chittenden, T. (2023) ' Foraging for Fashion’s Future: the use of mycelium materials and fungi intelligence in fashion design', Fashion, Style & Popular Culture. Forthcoming.
Chittenden, T. (2021) ‘ A Digital Distraction? The role of digital tools and distributed intelligence in woodblock printmaking practice’, Digital Creativity, 32(3): 165-187.
Chittenden, Tara (2021) ‘Fashioning Fire Hose: Design in the Liminal Spaces between Product Lives’, Fashion, Style & Popular Culture, 8(4): 419-36.
Chittenden, Tara (2021) ' Setting the dining room: a theatrical dialogue between Darren Waterston’s Filthy Lucre and Whistler’s Peacock Room'. Interiors,
Chittenden, Tara (2019) ‘Sculpture in a Spin: Surfaces in Deformation in Mat Collishaw’s The Centrifugal Soul’. Art & Perception, 7(2-3): 211-37.
Chittenden, Tara (2018) ‘Printed pots and computerized coils: The place of 3D printing in ceramic practice’. Craft Research, 9(1): 9-40.
Chittenden, Tara (2018) ‘Tilt Brush painting: Chronotopic adventures in a physical-virtual threshold’. Journal of Contemporary Painting, 4(2): 381-403.
Chittenden, Tara (2017) ‘Skin in the game: the use of sensing smart fabrics in tennis costume as a means of analyzing performance’. Fashion and Textiles, 4(22): 1-21.
Chittenden, Tara (2017) ‘Illuminated Paths: Using light to draw the intermovemental stages of skateboarding tricks’. Drawing: Research, Theory, Practice, 2(1): 81-96.
Chittenden, Tara (2015) ‘When is a bedroom not a bedroom? Bringing a space of flows to the design of apartment interiors in YO! Home’. Journal of Interior Design, 40(4): 1-15.
Chittenden, Tara (2015) ‘Shadowing the boss: leadership and the collective creation of a Frank N. Furter identity in Rocky Horror fan casts’. In: Fan Phenomena: Rocky Horror Picture Show, edited by Marisa C. Hayes. Bristol and Chicago: Intellect Books.
Chittenden, Tara (2015) ‘Body-mapping and the Human Spirograph: Performance drawing in Thirdspace’. Journal of Dance and Somatic Practices, 7(1): 155-169.
Chittenden, Tara (2014) ‘Remote Control? The shaping of communities of tennis spectators through the BBC’s large TV screen coverage of Wimbledon’. Explorations in Media Ecology, 13(1): 49-66.
Chittenden, Tara (2014) ‘Making light work of Information design: the son et lumière and a cineplastic strategy for communicating buildings’. Information Design Journal, 21(1): 51-63.
Chittenden, Tara (2014) ‘A fold in the road: Kerouac and the temporal-spatial construction of Street Corner as place in On the Road’. Journeys, 15(2): 86-103.
Chittenden, Tara (2014) ‘Juicy (Contradiction) Couture: the Starburst Prom Gown and female teens' appropriation and emotional branding of a candy label’. In: Global Fashion Brands (pp.103-117), ed. By J. Hancock, G. Muratovski, V. Manlow and A. Pierson-smith. Bristol and Chicago: Intellect Books.
Chittenden, Tara (2013) ‘"You cannot be serious!": McEnroe's Ghost causes a scene at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum’. Scene, 1(1): 117-133
Chittenden, Tara (2013) ‘In my rearview mirror: female teens’ prospective remembering of future romantic relationships through the lyrics in Taylor Swift’s songs’. Journal of Children and Media, 7(2): 186-200.
Chittenden, Tara (2011) ‘‘Do you understand what you’re accusing me of?’: confrontational conversation in MTV’s The Hills as a means of identity construction and social positioning in young female adults’. Journal of Popular Communication, 9(3): 196-211.
Chittenden, Tara (2011) ‘Opening the door to Old Town Key West: the use of architectural thresholds in the narrative of the Conch Train Tour as a way in to telling a city's past.’ Storytelling, Self and Society, 7(3): 169-187.
Chittenden, Tara (2011) ‘The Cook, the Marquis, his Wife and her Maids: character type in Peter Greenaway’s Peopling the Palaces as a way of interpreting historic buildings’. Curator, 54(3): 261-278.
Chittenden, Tara (2011) ‘Rousing the Reggia: the use of cinematic language and video projection in Peter Greenaway's Peopling the Palaces as a means of returning life to a 17th century Italian Royal Palace’. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 16(3): 173-186.
Chittenden, Tara (2010) ‘Digital dressing up: Modelling female teen identity in the discursive spaces of the fashion blogosphere’. Journal of Youth Studies, 14(4): 505-520.