Vol 6, No 1 (2016)

Unfamiliar Edinburgh: Being & Becoming in the City

DOI: https://doi.org/10.2218/unfamiliar.v6i1.2016

6 1 2016

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Table of Contents


A Letter from the Editor PDF
Hakon Caspersen


Unfamiliar Edinburgh: Being and Becoming in the City PDF
Stephen McConnachie, Koreen Reece, John Harries
The Race of the Vagina Monster PDF
Clare Victoria Anstock
“There is no such thing as waste”: Redoing concepts of materials and values in the Shrub PDF
Anna Elisabeth Thomsen, Damon Dailly, Laura Assmann
An Afternoon with the Augustine United Church PDF
Darcy Jean Giles
Anthropole-ogy: The (Re)creation of Female Bodies Through Pole-dancing PDF
Clare Victoria Anstock, Hazel Grant, Diva Mukherji
An Interview with David Roy: The Edinburgh Ceilidh Consultant PDF
Kirby R Fullerton
'Death' at the Grassmarket PDF
Jenny Thomson Brownlie
The Irish Bar: An Identity Familiar To All PDF
Clarrie Baker
Iamb a Poet PDF
Hörn Arnarsdóttir, Nicole Anderson, Perry Nimtrakul
Letting the Rhythm Move You PDF
Adeola Eribake
The Union Canal PDF
Gideon Francis Lovell-Smith, Becca Bolton, Laura Silovsky
Busness PDF
Blyth Iona Crawford
Yoga in Edinburgh: For the Mind or For the Body? PDF
Alice Emily Burgess
A taste of field notes from Social Bite PDF
Rachel Grace Joiner
Multiple Motives: Selfishness, altruism and reciprocal exchange in a Scottish charity shop PDF
Natalie Northridge, Patrick O'Dowd, Leda Olia, Samantha Redfern
"Look at those Double D's!" PDF
Hazel Grant
There Is No Me without You: Exploring the Self through Others in 5Rhythms PDF
Adeola Eribake, Francesca Rouse, Violet Metcalf Trott
I'll Be Up in the Studio Just Working on Accepting My Body and Doing Fergie Proud PDF
Diva Mukherji
Illustrative Reflections: Self-fashioning Practices at ECA PDF
Isabelle Introna, Alexandra Dunn
Pink Wigs, Bearded Nuns and Budding Anthropologists: Issues of Transformation and Self-making in and around Edinburgh Drag Culture PDF
Hannah Diry, Gaia Duberti
The Way I Saw Ethnography PDF
Tannith Matthew