Ursula Hurley
Ursula Hurley
Professor of Life Writing, The University of Salford, UK
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Making community: the wider role of makerspaces in public life
N Taylor, U Hurley, P Connolly
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on human factors in Computing systems …, 2016
Strategies for connecting low income communities to the creative economy through play: two case studies in Northern England
J Symons, U Hurley
Creative Industries Journal 11 (2), 121-136, 2018
Less is more: completing narratives in miniature fiction
UK Hurley, P Trimarco
21: Journal of Contemporary and Innovative Fiction 1 (1), 2008
Look back in wonder: how the endings of short stories can be their most powerful and effective distinguishing features
U Hurley
Short Fiction in Theory & Practice 1 (1), 25-35, 2011
Fail again, fail better: the case for formative assessment in first year undergraduate creative practice-based modules
S Naray-Davey, UK Hurley
The International Journal of Arts Education 8 (3), 2014
“The Embodiment of Pure Thought”? Digital Fabrication, Disability, and New Possibilities for Auto| Biography
U Hurley
a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 33 (2), 285-300, 2018
Walking in the world of ruins: explorations in the processes and products of autobiographical fiction
UK Hurley
The International Journal of the Arts in Society 5 (6), 2011
'So wotz rong wiv dat?'The importance of context and creativity in developing students' writing skill
UK Hurley
PRIME: Pedagogical Research in Maximising Education 1 (1), 2005
In the making: Digital fabrication and disability
UK Hurley
Vernon Press, 2020
Thingiverse: Archive and Enabler
U Hurley
European Journal of Life Writing 8, DM-CS30–DM-CS33, 2019
The Architectures of Translation: A magic carpet-ride through space and time (or, the awkward story of how we dis/placed Krisztina Tóth’s short fiction from Hungarian to English)
U Hurley, S Naray-Davey
Cogent Arts & Humanities 5 (1), 1426183, 2018
Empowering disabled people with digital fabrication: insights from the In the Making Project-submission to All Party Parliamentary Group on Disability
N Taylor, UK Hurley
Breadth, depth and height: early findings on engaging disabled people with digital fabrication
N Taylor, P Connolly, UK Hurley, JB Macleod-Iredale
Heartwood, a story
UK Hurley
Truths and their telling: a novel with complementary discourses
UK Hurley
Manchester Metropolitan University, 2011
Teaching the changing story
UK Hurley
Writing in Education, 2007
Flipping Failure: A case study on building resilience and confidence through'Failureship Strategies' in theory and practiceat the University of Salford
D Whitnall, U Hurley
WindVision: in conversation about a PhD journey from film theory to experimental essay (with PhD supervisor, Ursula Hurley)
U Hurley, D Neis
It is for pleasure, not for my English: Insights into Indonesian adolescent online story readers
W Setia Sari, K Faruk, U Hurley
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 13 (2), 2023
Reading stories for pleasure: An insight into Indonesian university students' practice in online reading platforms.
WS Sari, U Hurley
Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics 13 (2), 2023
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