Gorrill, H. (2018) Women Can’t Paint: Gender, the Glass Ceiling and Values in Contemporary Art. London: I.B. Tauris
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘Why Have There Still Been No Great Women Artists?’ (extended introduction).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘Masculinities and Femininities in Painting: The New Androgynous Aesthetics in Contemporary Art’ (Chapter One).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘The Price of Being a Woman Artist: Dollars, Dirhams, Pounds and Euros’ (Chapter Two).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘The Museum Exposed: Gendered Visibilities and Essentialist Aesthetics through Equality’ (Chapter Three).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘Gender Parity and Arts Prizes: “Only Men Are Capable of Aesthetic Greatness”‘ (Chapter Four).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘The Importance of Wearing the Right Old (Art) School Tie: Networking, Gender and Painting Values’ (Chapter Five).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘Gender and Ageism in Visual Art Values – “But Men are Allowed to be Old or Ugly!”‘ (Chapter Six).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘Smashing the Glass Ceiling of Women’s Art: Discussions and Strategies for Equality that Could Actually Work’ (Chapter Seven).
Gorrill, H. (2018) ‘Baselitz’s Folly: Women Can Paint’ (conclusion).
Journeaux, J., & Gorrill, H. (eds.) (2017) Collective and Collaborative Drawing in Contemporary Practice: Drawing Conversations.
Mottram, J., & Gorrill, H. (2017) ‘Colouring in the Gaps: Exploring Transnational Aesthetics through Digital Collections’. Proceedings of The 2018 International Digital Cultural Heritage Conference. Manchester University: The Manchester Museum.
Gorrill, H. (2017) A Quantitative Exploration of Northern Nordic Painting: Identity and Aesthetics in the Finnish National Gallery Contemporary Collections [in press]
Gorrill, H. (2017) Androgynous Aesthetics: A New Meta-Theory in Contemporary British Painting [preparing for press]
Gorrill, H. (2017) ‘Female Patrons in a Masculine Economy: The Decreasing Visibility of Female Artists on the UK Market’. Proceedings of the Association of Art Historians Annual Conference. Loughborough: Loughborough University [selected by the Director of Christies Education New York]
Gorrill, H. (2016) ‘Creating an Equal Future for Female and Male Art Students: Female Artist Role Models in Fine Art Education’. The Arts in Society: The International Journal of Arts Education [preparing for press]
Gorrill, H. (2016) Gendered Economic and Symbolic Values in Contemporary British Painting. Coventry: Coventry University [PhD thesis]
Gorrill, H. (2013) Nebula: An Elegy to Helen Chadwick’s Final Work. Newcastle upon Tyne: Northumbria University [MRes prize-winning thesis]
Gorrill, H. (2013) Segregation v. Integration in Feminist Art Practice: The Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Newcastle upon Tyne: Northumbria University [conference paper]
Journeaux, J., Gorrill, H., & Suruji, M. (2015) Drawn Conversations: Curated Exhibition Catalogue. Coventry: Coventry University
Journeaux, J., Gorrill, H., & Suruji, M. (2015) Drawing Conversations: A Digital Resource. Coventry: Coventry University
Mottram, J., & Gorrill, H. (2014) ‘Locating Aesthetics in the Economy of the Visual’. Proceedings of the Location/Aesthetics 13th ELIA Biennial Conference, European League of the Institutes of the Arts, held 13-15 November 2014 at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Mottram, J., & Gorrill, H. (2015) ‘Aesthetic Models and Perceiving Paintings’. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference of the Arts in Society, held 20-24 July at Imperial College, London
Mottram, J., Weigel, M., & Gorrill, H. (from 2015) Quantitative Analysis of Contemporary British Paintings [project in development]. Coventry and London: Coventry University and The Royal College of Art