Items where Author is "Winckler, Julia"

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Chambon, Adrienne, Johnstone, Marjorie and Winckler, Julia (2011) The material presence of early social work: the practice of the archive The British Journal of Social Work, 41 (4). pp. 625-644. ISSN 1468-263X

Winckler, Julia and Anghilerie, Paolo (2010) Fotoreportage: stories from Agadez Caposud, 2 (1). pp. 22-29.

Brinson, Charmian, Müller-Härlin, Anna and Winckler, Julia (2009) His Majesty's Loyal Internee: Fred Uhlman in Captivity Vallentine Mitchell, UK and US. ISBN 978085303930 3 (cloth) 978085303 920 4 (paper)

Ryan, Paul and Winckler, Julia (2009) The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing Volume 10. no.2 2009 Exhibition Review Julia Winckler, Retracing Heinrich Barth (Brunei Gallery University of London) In: Pia Di Bella, Maria and Yothers, Brian, eds. Journeys - The International Journey of Travel and Travel Writing. Berghahn Journals, New York, Oxford, pp. 119-126. ISBN ISSN:1465-2609(print) 1752-2358(on-line)

Winckler, Julia (2009) Regards croisés: James Henry Dorugu's nineteenth-century European travel account Journeys, 10 (2). pp. 1-30. ISSN 1465-2609

Winckler, Julia, Carillo, Erminia, Joly Hustolf, Ana, Rodriguez-Echavarria, Karina and Pemberton, L. (2008) Retracing Heinrich Barth at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS: digital technologies to support exhibition development and encourage visitors participation VAST 2008: Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, Workshop, Short and Project Papers . pp. 97-102.

Winckler, Julia (2008) Retracing Heinrich Barth [Exhibition]

Winckler , Julia, Carillo, Erminia, Rodriguez-Echavarria, Karina and Pemberton, Lynn (2008) Retracing Heinrich Barth at the Brunei Gallery, SOAS: using digital technologies to support exhibition development and encourage visitor participation In: The 9th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology, and Cultural Heritage.

Winckler, Julia (2008) Through Our Eyes My Light: Connecting Self and World, and Image-ing the Community In: Through Our Eyes My Light. Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation, Hong Kong, China, pp. 7-16. ISBN 978-988-98979-0-1

Winckler, Julia (2003) Gespräch mit Wolfgang Suschitzky, Fotograf und Kameramann, geführt in seiner Wohnung in Maida Vale, London, am 15. Dezember 2001, 22. März 2002, 17. Mai 2002 In: Film und Fotographie: Exilforschung. An international yearbook of exile studies, 21 . Edition Text + Kritik, München, Germany, pp. 254-279. ISBN 3-88377-746-3

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