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Baker, Nina (2009) More than pioneers: a hundred years of women at work in the scottish building industry (1820-1920). Construction Information Quarterly, 11 (4). pp. 181-185. ISSN 1469-4891
Baker, N. and Banfill, P.F.G. (1994) Durability of High Alumina Cement mortars for the marine environment. Proceedings of 3rd International Conference, Nice, 1994, American Concrete Institute SP-145. pp. 409-422.
Baker, Nina and Agapiou, Andrew (2006) The production cycles of the Scottish construction industry, 1802-2002. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Construction History. The Construction History Society, Cambridge. ISBN 0-7017-0203-6
Baker, Nina (2006) Pullinger, Fergusson, Buchanan and Ross. In: The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 978-0-7486-3293-0
Baker, N. and Banfill, P.F.G. (1990) Properties of fresh mortars made with HAC and admixtures for the marine environment, in Calcium Aluminate Cements. In: Calcium Aluminate Cements: Proceedings of a Symposium dedicated to H G Midgley. Taylor and Francis. ISBN 978-0-419-15200-2
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Baker, Nina (2010) From brides to the Bridewell, women's lives in a Glasgow city-block. In: Womens History Scotland Conference 2010, 2010-10-15 - 2010-10-16, Dornoch, Scotland. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2008) Have the effects of its history resulted in a Scottish construction industry that differs from its counterparts in the rest of the UK? In: Modern British History Network conference, 2008-06-24 - 2008-06-25, Glasgow, UK. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2006) 100 Years of Women's Work in the Scottish Building Industry: 1820-1920. In: Women’s History Scotland conference, 2006-10-01, Dundee. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2006) Women and bridge building since 1806. In: Brunel 200 Celebration Symposium, Townswomen’s Guild, 2006-03-25, Bradford upon Avon. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2005) Women car designers and cars for women : the Arrol Galloway and the Volvo YCC. In: Annual conference of the Women's Engineering Society, 2005-09-01, York. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2005) Early Women Engineering Graduates from Scottish Universities. In: 4th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education, 2005-08-31 - 2005-09-03, Oxford. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2005) Who paints the house? Scotswomen as housepainters and decorators from 1820. In: WHN conference: Women, Art & Culture, 2005, 1900-01-01, Southampton Solent University.
Baker, Nina and Hersh, Marion (2003) Employment of young disabled adults in Scotland - the employers' perspective. In: Disability Studies: Theory, Policy and Practice, 2003-09-04 - 2003-09-06, Lancaster. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina and Hersh, Marion (2003) Education and employment experiences of young disabled adults in Scotland. In: Disability Studies Association conference 2003, 2003-09-01, Lancaster, UK. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2003) Disability and multiple discrimination in education and employment. In: Dept of Trade Gender Research Forum, 2003-01-01, London. (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina C and Banfill, P.F.G. (1992) The use of admixtures in high alumina cement mortar for the marine environment. In: 9th International Congress on Chemistry of Cement, New Delhi, 1992, 1992-11-06, New Delhi.
Murray, Gordon and Baker, Nina and , Association of Scottish Schools of Architecture (Funder) (2003) Association of Scottish Schools of Architecture Research Study (on part-time Part 2 Study). [Report] (Unpublished)
Baker, Nina (2012) Femininity, Mathematics and Science, 1880–1914 by Claire G. Jones. [Review]
Hersh, Marion and Baker, Nina and MacLeod, Metta (2004) Case study evaluating accessibility and use of a laboratory by a student who uses a wheelchair and a blind member of staff. Case study. LTSN, Higher Education Academy Engineering Research Centre.
Hersh, Marion and Baker, Nina and Weightman, Barbara and MacLeod, M. and , LTSN (Funder) (2004) The accessible electronics laboratory. Case study. LTSN, Higher Education Academy Engineering Research Centre.
Baker, Nina and Halliday, Maddy and , WHO and Glasgow City Council (Funder) (2000) Dear Green Place. Guide or manual. Glasgow Healthy City Partnership, Glasgow.
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