Author: Shireen Walton Original post on ASSA blog here In countries such as Italy, where there is an ageing population and a decline in birth rates, a crucial question is how respective generations are coping/will cope in the future with expectations for care? A key issue is the ‘sandwich generation’. This refers to middle-aged persons … More ‘The Sandwich Generation: Mobile Views from Multicultural Milan’ – fieldwork blog post as part of the ASSA project
A mixed Arts & Academic workshop with the Drakadeemia Independent Playwriting group in Tallinn, Estonia, in October 2017 with participating writers, artists, storytellers and actors.
My review for TAP Review
ORGANISERS Dr. Ruth Mandel, Vice-Dean International Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, University College London Dr. Susan Pattie, Honorary Senior Research Associate, University College London Partnering with Dr. Shireen Walton, Department of Anthropology, University College London Rob Pinney, Documentary Photographer In partnership with Knowledge Exchange (UCL), the Institute of Advanced Studies (UCL), Department of Anthropology (UCL), Organization for … More Engaging Refugee Narratives: Perspectives from Academia and the Arts III, to be held at UCL Department of Anthropology, June 16-17 2017
Research project at the Centre of Migration Policy and Society at the University of Oxford, which looks at trends in the language used in newspaper reporting in the UK and considers how this relates to the UK political context. PIs/authors: Allen, W. and Blinder, S. Research assistance (manual, qualitative coding of data set): Walton, … More Immigration Narratives & the British Press (2016), COMPAS, Uni. of Oxford
My article on co-curating a digital photography exhibition as a collaborative and participatory fieldwork technique in Visual Ethnography Vol. 5, No.1 2016
My article on social memory, photography and digital practices -‘Abadan’s Digital Afterlife’ just published in English & in Persian on Abadan: Retold; a multimedia platform documenting the social history of the oil city of Abadan in South-West Iran throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
‘Photographic Truth in Motion’ (2016) just published with the RAI Full series available here