Kirstie Jamieson

Kirstie Jamieson

Dr Kirstie Jamieson

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Invited Speaker

  • Reveling in Policy: Viral Urban Utopias’, SPACES AND FLOWS CONFERENCE
  • ‘Designing Unesco Culture: Internationalism and The Global Imagination’ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL STUDIES
  • ‘Edinburgh, a time or a place’’, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL STUDIES
  • Playfully Public: Edinburgh Botanical Gardens as Utopian Spectacle and Neoliberal Project, CONFERENCE OF EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS

 

Public Engagement Activity

  • Bound For Glory Exhibition
  • Festival of Creative Industries Off Campus Programme
  • Phantom Entomologist

 

Reviewing

  • REVIEWER FOR URBAN GEOGRAPHY (Taylor Francis)
  • REVIEWER FOR URBAN STUDIES (Sage Publications)
  • REVIEWER FOR SPACE AND CULTURE (Sage Publications)

 

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11 results

The Deaf Heritage Collective: Collaboration with Critical Intent

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 Transl...

Digi-Mapping: Unpacking Meaning of Place Through Creative Technology

Presentation / Conference
Grandison, T., Flint, T., & Jamieson, K. (2021, February)
Digi-Mapping: Unpacking Meaning of Place Through Creative Technology. Paper presented at Cultural Heritage and Social Impact: Digital Technologies for Inclusion and Participation, Online
Examining heritage can provide opportunities for marginalised communities to consider and valorise both their collective past and the relationality of more personal and mundan...

Negotiating privileged networks and exclusive mobilities: the case for a Deaf festival in Scotland’s festival city

Journal Article
Jamieson, K., & Todd, L. (in press)
Negotiating privileged networks and exclusive mobilities: the case for a Deaf festival in Scotland’s festival city. Annals of Leisure Research, https://doi.org/10.1080/11745398.2020.1809478
We explore the case for a Deaf festival in Edinburgh, the self-proclaimed 'world leading Festival City'. The formal recognition of British Sign Language in the BSL (Scotland) ...

Digi-Mapping: Unpacking meaning of place through Creative Technology

Presentation / Conference
Grandison, T., Flint, T., Jamieson, K., & Muir, L. (2020, August)
Digi-Mapping: Unpacking meaning of place through Creative Technology. Paper presented at ACHS 2020 FUTURES – Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference, University College London, UK
Personal meaning attached to space through digital media gives rise to contested narratives and reveals a polyvocality of place (Farman, 2018). Attributing meaning or ensoulme...

Exploring Deaf heritage futures through critical design and ‘Public Things’

Journal Article
Jamieson, K., & Discepoli, M. (2021)
Exploring Deaf heritage futures through critical design and ‘Public Things’. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 27(2), 117-133. https://doi.org/10.1080/13527258.2020.1771750
Increasingly, critical design methods offer heritage scholars new ways of exploring identities, experiences and relationships, extending a dialogic approach that supports the ...

Supporting people with intellectual disabilities to discuss death and bereavement

Journal Article
Willis, D., Winton, E., Jamieson, K., Muir, N., & Sandison, M. (2020)
Supporting people with intellectual disabilities to discuss death and bereavement. Learning Disability Practice, 23(2), 17-22. https://doi.org/10.7748/ldp.2020.e2045
This article describes a public engagement project on bereavement involving people with intellectual disabilities. The project was a practical application of research findings...

The transgressive festival imagination and the idealisation of reversal

Journal Article
Jamieson, K., & Todd, L. (2021)
The transgressive festival imagination and the idealisation of reversal. Leisure Studies, 40(1), 57-68. https://doi.org/10.1080/02614367.2019.1693090
To consider the festival's potential as an activist tactic may seem naïve and disconnected from the colonising practices of event tourism. However, today's immersive and curat...

Tracing festival imaginaries: Between affective urban idioms and administrative assemblages.

Journal Article
Jamieson, K. (2014)
Tracing festival imaginaries: Between affective urban idioms and administrative assemblages. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 17, 293-303. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367877913487550
This article offers a way of understanding not only Festival Cities, but also the Creative City paradigm and to some extent the practices employed through the convergence of c...

Journal of Design Practice and Research, Volume 3, 2014

Book
Lambert, I., Firth, R., MacLeod, M., Forster, S., Innes, M., Winton, E., …Titley, W. (2014)
Journal of Design Practice and Research, Volume 3, 2014. Edinburgh Napier University
Editorial -Welcome to the third issue of the Journal for Design Practice & Research. The last 18 months has been an extremely busy time for us. We have continued to grow as a ...

Journal of Design Practice and Research Volume 1. 2011

Journal Article
Lambert, I., MacLeod, M., Firth, R., Winton, E., Dean, M., Innes, M., …Titley, W. (2011)
Journal of Design Practice and Research Volume 1. 2011. Journal of Design Practice and Research, 1, 1-40
What is design and what are designers? Good design can change lives and improve services within the public, private and third sectors. Designers are creative problem solvers w...

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