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The Potential of Friendship: A Case for Social Resilience and New Care Optics (2021)
Journal Article
Kulpa, R., & Ludwin, K. (2021). The Potential of Friendship: A Case for Social Resilience and New Care Optics. interalia: a journal of queer studies, 16, 82-94. https://doi.org/10.51897/interalia/rgrq6813

In this article, we call for greater recognition of friendship as a basic social relation that should play a pivotal role in re-imagining social resilience if it is to be future-proof in the face of social upheaval, such as the current pandemic. Draw... Read More about The Potential of Friendship: A Case for Social Resilience and New Care Optics.

The Deaf Heritage Collective: Collaboration with Critical Intent (2021)
Journal Article
Jamieson, K., Discepoli, M., & Leith, E. (2021). The Deaf Heritage Collective: Collaboration with Critical Intent. Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics, 15(1), 1-26

The paper reflects upon the Deaf Heritage Collective, a collaborative project led by Edinburgh Napier University’s Design for Heritage team and Heriot Watt’s Centre for Translation And Interpreting Studies. The project aimed to advance discussion aro... Read More about The Deaf Heritage Collective: Collaboration with Critical Intent.

Breaking down disciplinary walls: redefining the teaching of Translation for Intercultural Dialogue (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Penman, C., & Wilkinson, J. (2021, May). Breaking down disciplinary walls: redefining the teaching of Translation for Intercultural Dialogue. Paper presented at Breaking down the walls of Babel: dialogues in translation, University of Warwick

The study of translation is experiencing a revival and a transformation as recognition of its pedagogical value beyond the training of future translators grows. Training in translation not only enhances linguistic competence (Cook 2010) in both first... Read More about Breaking down disciplinary walls: redefining the teaching of Translation for Intercultural Dialogue.

Four shades of science festival: a qualitative study exploring the business and management dimensions of science festivals in the United Kingdom (2020)
Thesis
Kerr, G. Four shades of science festival: a qualitative study exploring the business and management dimensions of science festivals in the United Kingdom. (Thesis). University of Salford. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/2725841

Science festivals are a global cultural phenomenon with at least 60 such festivals taking place across the UK every year. Science festivals fulfil a unique function within civil society: providing a platform for science communication, education, and... Read More about Four shades of science festival: a qualitative study exploring the business and management dimensions of science festivals in the United Kingdom.

Pacific Community Filmmaking Consortium (2020)
Digital Artefact
MacLeod, K., Sar, L., Crook, T., Ryle, J., Boodoosingh, R., & Montgomery, N. (2020). Pacific Community Filmmaking Consortium. [Website including Video content]

A website showcasing the work of filmmakers, known as The Pacific Filmmaking Consortium. Consolidating this network of filmmakers, funding a slate of films and distributing their work has been the key work of this project. Due to Covid 19 there was l... Read More about Pacific Community Filmmaking Consortium.

Film4Gender - Online Launch (2020)
Exhibition / Performance
MacLeod, K., Ryle, J., Crook, T., Sar, L., & Boodoosingh, R. Film4Gender - Online Launch. [Online event]. 1 December 2020. (Unpublished)

Online launch of the Film4Gender films by the Pacific Community Filmmaking Consortium. Event to bring together the consortium filmmakers, shared discussion of the films, with Q&A. Public& international event, including participants from some of the... Read More about Film4Gender - Online Launch.

From native to intercultural speaker and beyond: intercultural (communicative) competence in foreign language education (2020)
Book Chapter
Wilkinson, J. (2020). From native to intercultural speaker and beyond: intercultural (communicative) competence in foreign language education. In The Routledge Handbook of Language and Intercultural Communication. (2nd). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003036210

This updated chapter offers a critical re-evaluation of the concepts ‘intercultural speaker’ and ‘intercultural (communicative) competence’ in the light of developments in the field of language and intercultural communication over the last decade. A... Read More about From native to intercultural speaker and beyond: intercultural (communicative) competence in foreign language education.

Toilet graffiti: secrets, support and solidarity in the women's restroom (2020)
Other
Victoria, M. (2020). Toilet graffiti: secrets, support and solidarity in the women's restroom. UK

Communicating has never been so easy; we can to send messages and texts to friends and strangers in an instant from a variety of platforms. You would think this would affect the world of bathroom scrawling, but people are still driven to those grubby... Read More about Toilet graffiti: secrets, support and solidarity in the women's restroom.

Unlikely hikers? Activism, Instagram, and the queer mobilities of fat hikers, women hiking alone, and hikers of colour (2019)
Journal Article
Stanley, P. (2020). Unlikely hikers? Activism, Instagram, and the queer mobilities of fat hikers, women hiking alone, and hikers of colour. Mobilities, 15(2), 241-256. https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2019.1696038

This paper investigates a nascent, primarily online community of so-called 'unlikely hikers', united in the premise that hiking is good for everyone's mental and physical health and that diversity can and should extend to outdoor spaces including nat... Read More about Unlikely hikers? Activism, Instagram, and the queer mobilities of fat hikers, women hiking alone, and hikers of colour.

Rewriting 'Selves' and 'Others' in 'Postmigrant' Theatre (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Wilkinson, J. (2019, November). Rewriting 'Selves' and 'Others' in 'Postmigrant' Theatre. Paper presented at Translating Cultures, Cultures in Translation (19th Annual Conference of the International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication), Universitat de València, Spain

The last decade has witnessed a proliferation of German-language plays engaging with stories of migration. After a relatively slow ‘trickle’ of plays narrating the experiences of Turkish ‘guest workers’ throughout the 1980s and 1990s, the opening of... Read More about Rewriting 'Selves' and 'Others' in 'Postmigrant' Theatre.

Dialogicity, monologicity and the crisis of hospitality in Elfriede Jelinek's Die Schutzbefohlenen. (2019)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, J. (2019). Dialogicity, monologicity and the crisis of hospitality in Elfriede Jelinek's Die Schutzbefohlenen. Austrian Studies, 26, 91-105

This article argues that the combination of dialogicity, monologicity and polyphony in Jelinek’s play Die Schutzbefohlenen [Charges] serves to present Austria and the EU’s so-called ‘refugee crisis’ as a crisis of hospitality. Specifically, it analys... Read More about Dialogicity, monologicity and the crisis of hospitality in Elfriede Jelinek's Die Schutzbefohlenen..

Ethnography and autoethnography in ELT research: Querying the axiomatic (2019)
Book Chapter
Stanley, P. (2019). Ethnography and autoethnography in ELT research: Querying the axiomatic. In X. Gao (Ed.), Second Handbook of English Language Teaching. Switzerland: Springer

With a view to suggesting ways forward in qualitative ELT research, this chapter surveys two related fields of literature in order to question the taken-for-granted. The first field reviewed is ethnography and here the focus on its intellectual histo... Read More about Ethnography and autoethnography in ELT research: Querying the axiomatic.

The past in the present: constructions of community through participatory and collaborative documentary production (2019)
Presentation / Conference
MacLeod, K., & Scott, A. (2019, January). The past in the present: constructions of community through participatory and collaborative documentary production. Paper presented at Meccsa Practice Research Network Annual Conference 2019, University of Stirling

This paper will examine ways in which processes of documenting the past in community-based media are informed by the present. Through collaborative and participatory approaches to production which validate local knowledge and experience, individuals... Read More about The past in the present: constructions of community through participatory and collaborative documentary production.

Tapping the thirdness in the intercultural space of dialogue (2018)
Journal Article
Zhou, V. X., & Pilcher, N. (2018). Tapping the thirdness in the intercultural space of dialogue. Language and Intercultural Communication, 19(1), 23-37. https://doi.org/10.1080/14708477.2018.1545025

In this paper, we explore intercultural communication as dialogue occurring in a third space. Through seven students' reflective essays on group-based intercultural learning, we analyse the ever-shifting communicative space that interlocutors produce... Read More about Tapping the thirdness in the intercultural space of dialogue.

Book review of "Culture and Identity through English as a Lingua Franca: Rethinking Concepts and Goals in Intercultural Communication" - Will Baker (2017)
Journal Article
Ratz, S. (2017). Book review of "Culture and Identity through English as a Lingua Franca: Rethinking Concepts and Goals in Intercultural Communication" - Will Baker. Asian EFL Journal, 19(4),

Book review of Culture and Identity through English as a Lingua Franca: Rethinking Concepts and Goals in Intercultural Communication - Will Baker. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015, pp xi + 284