Here we would like to share some literature we are working with in our lab, pieces that have inspired our approach and works we are building on. The list is neither exhaustive nor comprehensive. Please take contact for important works we missed out.

  • Bellass, S., Balmer, A., May, V., Keady, J., Buse, C., Capstick, A., … Hodgson, J. (2018). Broadening the debate on creativity and dementia: A critical approach. Dementia, 1471301218760906.
  • Barad, K. M. (2007). Meeting the universe halfway: quantum physics and the entanglement of matter and meaning. Durham: Duke University Press.
  • Bartlett, R. (2015). Visualising dementia activism: using the arts to communicate research findings. Qualitative Research, 15(6), 755–768.
  • Camic, P. M., Zeilig, H., & Crutch, S. (2018). The arts and dementia: Emerging directions for theory, research and practice: Dementia.
  • Hughes, J. C. (2011). Thinking through dementia. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Keady, J., Hydén, L.-C., Johnson, A., & Swarbrick, C. (2018). Social research methods in dementia studies: inclusion and innovation (Vol. 23). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
  • Kontos, P. (2004). Ethnographic reflections on selfhood, embodiment and Alzheimer’s disease. Ageing and Society, 24, 829–849.
  • Latimer, J. (2013). Being Alongside: Rethinking Relations amongst Different Kinds. Theory, Culture & Society, 30(7–8), 77–104.
  • Swinnen, A., & Schweda, M. (Eds.). (2015). Popularizing dementia: public expressions and representations of forgetfulness (Vol. Volume 6). transcript.
  • Zeilig, H. (2014). Dementia As a Cultural Metaphor. The Gerontologist, 54(2), 258–267.
  • Zeilig, H., West, J., & van der Byl Williams, M. (2018). Co-creativity: possibilities for using the arts with people with a dementia. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 19(2), 135–145.

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