Emma Dick is Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture, Fashion at Middlesex University and Director of Projects & Training for SPINNA Circle, a non-profit organisation working to empower women in fashion and textiles globally. Her research practice aims to bring together the disciplines of textiles, business, and development and is often focused geographically in Asia (Bhutan, Turkey, Central and South-East Asia). She is interested in how issues of the postcolonial collide with ideas of the postmodern to foreground issues of ethics and appropriation in cross-border trade and the global business of fashion.
Dick, Emma (2018) Performing Eurasia in the textiles and clothing businesses along the Silk Road. Cambridge Journal of Eurasian Studies, 2 . 5N9400. ISSN 2514-4634
Deepwell, Katy and Kokoli, Alexandra M. and Robinson, Anne and Mullaniff, Kathleen and Dick, Emma and Attwood, Feona and Leeson, Loraine and Maude-Roxby, Alice (2018) Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms - 2 July 2018, Middlesex University. In: Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms, 02 July 2018, Middlesex University, London, UK. (Published online first)
Dick, Emma and O'Loughlin, Maeve (2014) Leadership for sustainability: leading for equality and the future in teaching. In: CREATE/Feminisms Conference 2014, 22 July 2014, Middlesex University London.
Mullaniff, Kathleen and Dick, Emma (2015) 'Garland' at MYB Textiles. [Show/Exhibition]
Dick, Emma and Gobin, Kiran and Thomas, Peter (2015) Criticality in the mediation of fashion. In: Textual Fashion, 8-10 Jul 2015, University of Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom.