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Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practiceat the University of Salford (2024)
Journal Article
Whitnall, D., & Hurley, U. (2024). Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practiceat the University of Salford. Innovative practice in higher education, 5(3), 1-23

This paper presents the Flipping Failure project, which aims to challenge the negative perception of failure and promote its benefits for building resilience, insight, and action. The project involved students and staff who participated in failure-fo... Read More about Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practiceat the University of Salford.

Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practice at the University of Salford. (2024)
Journal Article
Whitnall, D., & Hurley, U. (2024). Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practice at the University of Salford. Innovative practice in higher education,

This paper presents the Flipping Failure project, which aims to challenge the negative perception of failure and promote its benefits for building resilience, insight, and action. The project involved students and staff who participated in failure-fo... Read More about Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through 'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practice at the University of Salford..

Parasocial Relationships and Their Impact on the Psychological and Sociocultural Adjustment of Educational Tourists: An Autoethnography (2024)
Journal Article
Maloney Yorganci, K., & Coen, S. (in press). Parasocial Relationships and Their Impact on the Psychological and Sociocultural Adjustment of Educational Tourists: An Autoethnography. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, https://doi.org/10.1108/whatt-12-2023-0143

Purpose – The purpose of this article is to investigate whether relationships with media figures can impact the psychological and sociocultural adjustment of educational tourists. Design/methodology/approach – The article uses the qualitative met... Read More about Parasocial Relationships and Their Impact on the Psychological and Sociocultural Adjustment of Educational Tourists: An Autoethnography.

Exegesis and Authorial Agency through Judeo-Christian Iconography in Japanese anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-97) as an Open Work (2024)
Journal Article
Selles de Lucas, V., & Hernandez Perez, M. (in press). Exegesis and Authorial Agency through Judeo-Christian Iconography in Japanese anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-97) as an Open Work. Imafronte,

Exegesis is a common practice when discussing religious texts. It has also been employed in the analysis of cultural production to elucidate the author's intentions. Japanese animation (anime) is a transnational industry with cases such as Neon Genes... Read More about Exegesis and Authorial Agency through Judeo-Christian Iconography in Japanese anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-97) as an Open Work.

The Euphonium: A Musical Journey (2024)
Thesis
SCHWARTZ, P. (2024). The Euphonium: A Musical Journey. (Thesis). University of Salford

This Doctor of Musical Arts research portfolio explores the euphonium soloist’s status within a variety of aspects of the classical music profession. Specifically, the role of the euphonium is investigated through practical application in distinct... Read More about The Euphonium: A Musical Journey.

Citizen Participation and Strategic Communication through Twitter: Food Waste Awareness in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (2024)
Thesis
Alkorbi, N. (2024). Citizen Participation and Strategic Communication through Twitter: Food Waste Awareness in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (Thesis)

This study investigates the under-researched topic of the extent to which – and how – Twitter is used to undertake food waste awareness campaigns by food bank organisations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). It provides a better understanding of... Read More about Citizen Participation and Strategic Communication through Twitter: Food Waste Awareness in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Conference Report: Poetry & Care (2024)
Journal Article
Nissel, J., Thurston, S., Fitzsimons, M., & Spence, S. (in press). Conference Report: Poetry & Care. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, 15(1), https://doi.org/10.16995/bip.11688

The following multi-authored report provides an account of the Poetry & Care conference held at the University of Plymouth, 7-8 September 2023. Many thanks to the organisers: Anthony Caleshu, Mandy Bloomfield, and Russell Evans

‘The painful aftermath’: reactions to the publication of SOE in France (2023)
Journal Article
Murphy, C. J. (in press). ‘The painful aftermath’: reactions to the publication of SOE in France. Intelligence and National Security, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/02684527.2023.2291873

This article considers the aftermath of the publication of SOE in France. A groundbreaking official account of a secret wartime organisation, publication was followed by complaints and legal action. It examines how Whitehall responded to the negative... Read More about ‘The painful aftermath’: reactions to the publication of SOE in France.

Empathy and Historical Learning in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Discovery Tour (2023)
Book Chapter
Hiriart, J. (2023). Empathy and Historical Learning in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Discovery Tour. In E. Champion, & J. F. H. Vera (Eds.), Assassin’s Creed‹ in the Classroom, History’s Playground or a Stab in the Dark? (133--150). De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783111253275-007

This chapter explores the integration of empathy and historical learning in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Discovery Tour (VDT). By introducing mission quests in VDT, the game establishes empathic connections between players and historical characters, pre... Read More about Empathy and Historical Learning in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Discovery Tour.

"Make Them Roll in Their Graves": South African Writing, Decolonisation, and the English Literature A-Level (2023)
Journal Article
Helm, H., Barnes, E., Barnes, K., & Munslow Ong, J. (in press). "Make Them Roll in Their Graves": South African Writing, Decolonisation, and the English Literature A-Level. English in Education,

This article analyses the activities and early outcomes of an ongoing co-designed and co-delivered research impact project entitled ‘Decolonising the English Literature A-Level’. It draws on examples from three case studies, classroom experiences, an... Read More about "Make Them Roll in Their Graves": South African Writing, Decolonisation, and the English Literature A-Level.

Development of Virtual Musical Keyboard Layout Interfaces for Invented and Evolved Tuning Systems (2023)
Thesis
DYROY, E. (2023). Development of Virtual Musical Keyboard Layout Interfaces for Invented and Evolved Tuning Systems. (Thesis). University of Salford

This research is a practice-based project where the objectives revolve around different aspects of tuning; the primary focus is to create innovative Virtual Musical Keyboard Layout Interfaces (from now on abbreviated VMKLI) through computerbased pr... Read More about Development of Virtual Musical Keyboard Layout Interfaces for Invented and Evolved Tuning Systems.

Human Aquarium - Deep Water (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Robinson, A. (2023). Human Aquarium - Deep Water. [Installation, Digital Projection]. Exhibited at Media City, University of Salford. 7 December 2023 - 10 December 2023. (Unpublished)

A thought-provoking immersive installation reflecting on the effect of climate change and pollution on the Oceans and Waterways of the world. The Deep Water installation centres on a projection-mapped Origami Boat exploring the theme of Climate Refug... Read More about Human Aquarium - Deep Water.

The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality (2023)
Journal Article
Tracey, M., Stanton-Sharma, S., Nivesjo, S., Barnes, E., & Munslow Ong, J. (2023). The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality. Journal of Media Practice, https://doi.org/10.1080/25741136.2023.2289095

This article argues for the utility of Mikhail Bakhtin’s literary theories in developing dialogic and decolonial filmmaking practices. Using the example of our research-led documentary film, All That Is Buried, we challenge traditionally hierarchical... Read More about The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality.

What can we learn from play? A comparative analysis of creative play and ‘playing along’ in dementia care environments (2023)
Journal Article
McCormick, S. (2023). What can we learn from play? A comparative analysis of creative play and ‘playing along’ in dementia care environments. Applied Theatre Research, 11(2), 103-117. https://doi.org/10.1386/atr_00079_1

In this article, I explore play in dementia care settings, specifically two types: creative play (play that engages creativity and imagination) and ‘playing along’. Acknowledging debates on truth-telling in dementia care, I consider how engagement-fo... Read More about What can we learn from play? A comparative analysis of creative play and ‘playing along’ in dementia care environments.

Scoring the Unseen: Composition Film Music for Radio Drama (2023)
Book Chapter
Williams, A. (in press). Scoring the Unseen: Composition Film Music for Radio Drama. In P. Verhulst, & J. Mildorf (Eds.), Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers

This book chapter, part of the volume Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama, describes the process of writing an orchestral score for a BBC Radio drama (The Kraken Wakes, Savvy Productions/ BBC, 2015) designed to be performed live alongside the actors... Read More about Scoring the Unseen: Composition Film Music for Radio Drama.