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Interdisciplinary Research in Rajasthan, India: Exploring the Role of Culture and Art to Support Rural Development and Water Management (2020)
Journal Article
Buser, M. (2020). Interdisciplinary Research in Rajasthan, India: Exploring the Role of Culture and Art to Support Rural Development and Water Management. Water Alternatives, 13(3),

This paper examines the role of art and culture in supporting rural development in the context of critical water challenges. It focuses on an interdisciplinary network and research programme conducted in 2018 with the village of Jhakhoda, in Rajastha... Read More about Interdisciplinary Research in Rajasthan, India: Exploring the Role of Culture and Art to Support Rural Development and Water Management.

Prioritising sorage practices: A new approach to housing design thinking (2020)
Journal Article
Marco-Burguete, E., Katie Williams, E. M., & Oliveira, S. (in press). Prioritising sorage practices: A new approach to housing design thinking. Interiority,

Inhabitants of UK housing have more possessions than ever, whilst space for living in standardised houses is at premium. The acquisition of material possessions, and how it affects both space and inhabitants’ wellbeing, has not previously been consi... Read More about Prioritising sorage practices: A new approach to housing design thinking.

The architectural model as augmenting a sensory ethnography (2020)
Journal Article
Marco-Burguete, E., Williams, K., Oliveira, S., & Sinnett, D. (in press). The architectural model as augmenting a sensory ethnography. Design Journal,

This study provides an exploration of the effectiveness of the architectural model as a means of implementing a sensory ethnographical research methodology. An architectural model, constructed as part of a wider design research approach, became the... Read More about The architectural model as augmenting a sensory ethnography.

From membership to partnership, the EU and its relations with the UK after Brexit: The fisheries dimension (2020)
Journal Article
Appleby, T. (2020). From membership to partnership, the EU and its relations with the UK after Brexit: The fisheries dimension. European Foreign Affairs Review, 25(4), 551-572

Abstract Fishing in European waters has been a contentious issue since the sixteenth century and was a key factor in the development of the international law of the sea itself. At the time the UK joined the EU and shared its waters with Member State... Read More about From membership to partnership, the EU and its relations with the UK after Brexit: The fisheries dimension.

Body dissatisfaction predicts the onset of depression among adolescent females and males: A prospective study (2020)
Journal Article
Bornioli, A., Lewis-Smith, H., Slater, A., & Bray, I. (in press). Body dissatisfaction predicts the onset of depression among adolescent females and males: A prospective study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, https://doi.org/10.1136/jech-2019-213033

Rationale: Body dissatisfaction is prevalent in mid-adolescence and may be associated with the onset of depression. Objective: The study assessed the influence of body dissatisfaction on the occurrence of later depressive episodes in a population-bas... Read More about Body dissatisfaction predicts the onset of depression among adolescent females and males: A prospective study.

Transcending disciplines in architecture, structural and building services engineering – a new multidisciplinary educational approach (2020)
Journal Article
Dragojlovic-Oliveira, S. (in press). Transcending disciplines in architecture, structural and building services engineering – a new multidisciplinary educational approach. International Journal of Technology and Design Education,

This paper reflects upon the mechanisms that enable development of curricular approaches to multidisciplinary architecture/engineering higher education. Building upon recent calls for integrated multidisciplinary building design practice, academics a... Read More about Transcending disciplines in architecture, structural and building services engineering – a new multidisciplinary educational approach.

COVID-19 opens a new political window (2020)
Journal Article
Hambleton, R. (2020). COVID-19 opens a new political window. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 89(11/12), 366-370

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused immense suffering and misery. However, at the same time, it has created new possibilities for rethinking the kind of society that we want to create in the future. This article adopts an international perspective and... Read More about COVID-19 opens a new political window.

A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership (2020)
Journal Article
Marco, E. (2020). A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership. Buildings & Cities,

The B&C special issue EDUCATION & TRAINING: MAINSTREAMING ZERO CARBON raised three challenges: How can education and training be rapidly changed to ensure the creation of zero-carbon built environments? How can this transition be implemented success... Read More about A wicked higher education problem: Climate emergency requires brave leadership.

Urban form and walkable environments (2020)
Book Chapter
Sinnett, D., & Williams, K. (2020). Urban form and walkable environments. In J. Nelson, & C. Mulley (Eds.), Urban Form and Accessibility: Social, Economic and Environment Impacts (141-156). Elsevier

This chapter presents the evidence on the relationship between urban form and walking behaviours. Globally, lack of physical activity is a major public health concern, and regular walking has the potential to offer an accessible and achievable form o... Read More about Urban form and walkable environments.

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