CCRI has members from places around the world and from many organisations (as well as members who are not affiliated to any particular organisation). Here is information about CCRI-related projects from members who are part of the University of Edinburgh.
Transition Voices – Navigating Change
Transitions from school to adult services for young people with additional support needs are an issue at the moment and high on the agenda, mostly because it does not always seem to be working very well.
An interdisciplinary creative project inspired by a micro-residency in the laboratory of Professor Sara Brown, an eczema genetic research lab, within the School of Medicine, University of Dundee, Scotland, organised by ASCUS Art & Science.
An interdisciplinary immersive performance and VR project.
The Porn Factory
'The Porn Factory' is a pseudo porn website which is also my doctoral dissertation.
Seven Songs for a Long Life
Seven Songs for a Long Life is a documentary film based in Strathcarron Hospice, one of the largest in Scotland.
Brexit and Mental Health
Investigating the impact of Brexit on UK-based EU nationals’ emotional and psychological well-being.
Measuring Humanity is a co-produced asset-based indicator framework to ‘measure’ changes in health, wellbeing and inequalities through creative community engagement.
‘Writing the wrongs of the lingering past’: Four generations in a long line of strong Scottish women. My research focuses on unresolved and unacknowledged matrilineal grief that has been passed down across several generations of working-class women in a Scottish community.
Experiencing dementia: changing dynamics with place and people
by Charlotte Clarke;
I have, over several years, developed a programme of research that uses risk theories (such as Mary Douglas’ Cultural Theory of Risk) to explore and explain the changing dynamics with place and people when someone experiences dementia.
Third Space is a programme that runs at the University of Edinburgh to support students’ international endeavours. Its aim is to promote reflexivity and intercultural engagement, maximising student learning and support. A number of research projects have emerged in relation to Third Space:
Contemporary Fiction and Psychotherapy: Meetings in the Shadowlands
I remember X playing with reels of film in the studio while I lay watching from the bed. Image after image - momentary differences progressively accentuating, slipping silently into one another. He concentrated hard and I watched him…. and the film… and myself too: he, absorbed in his activity, and me, thoughts free-floating, reflecting on the whole of the scene within which we were contained.