Dr Julie Botticello


NameDr Julie Botticello
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-1166-1010
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressj.a.botticello@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteHealth, Sport & Bioscience

Research outputs

Managing Multiplicity: Adult Children of Post-Independence Nigerians and Belonging in Britain

Botticello, J. 2020. Managing Multiplicity: Adult Children of Post-Independence Nigerians and Belonging in Britain. Social Inclusion. 8 (1), p. 314–323.

Twisthands at the Deadstop

Fisher, Tom, Love, Andy and Botticello, J. 2013. Twisthands at the Deadstop.

Doing the 'dirty work of the green economy: Resource recovery and migrant labour in the EU

Gregson, Nicky, Crang, Mike, Botticello, J., Calestani, Melania and Krzywoszynska, Anna 2016. Doing the 'dirty work of the green economy: Resource recovery and migrant labour in the EU. European Urban and Regional Studies. 23 (4), pp. 541-555.

Relational resolutions: digital encounters in ethnographic fieldwork

Botticello, J., Fisher, Tom and Woodward, Sophie 2016. Relational resolutions: digital encounters in ethnographic fieldwork. Visual Studies. 31 (4), pp. 289-294.

From documentation to dialogue: exploring new ‘routes to knowledge’ through digital image making

Botticello, J. 2016. From documentation to dialogue: exploring new ‘routes to knowledge’ through digital image making. Visual Studies. 31 (4), pp. 310-323.

Machine-made lace, the spaces of skilled practices and the paradoxes of contemporary craft production

Fisher, Tom and Botticello, J. 2018. Machine-made lace, the spaces of skilled practices and the paradoxes of contemporary craft production. Cultural Geographies. 25 (1), pp. 49-69.

Engaging with civil society to improve access to LTBI screening for new migrants in England: a qualitative study

Berrocal-Almanza, Luis C, Botticello, J., Piotrowski, Helen, Karnani, Nisha, Kon, Onn-Min, Lalvani, Ajit and Zenner, Dominik 2019. Engaging with civil society to improve access to LTBI screening for new migrants in England: a qualitative study. The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 23 (5), pp. 563-570.
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