MA Development and Emergency Practice (Oxford Brookes University), Bachelor of Architecture (Hons)
Research Associate - CENDEP
Jeni Burnell trained as an architect before pursuing a career in graphic design, community arts and architecture. She is cofounder and director of the Oxford architectural practice, Space Program Ltd, and a part-time Research Associate with the Centre for Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP). Jeni’s research applies the Small Change Approach, as developed by Emeritus Professor Nabeel Hamdi, to community arts by exploring how creative practice can bring about positive change in community development contexts.
- Burnell, J. and Phillips, R. (2015) The "New" Local. In: Phillips, R. and Pittman, H. eds. An Introduction to Community Development, Second Edition. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.
- Burnell, J. and Hamdi, N. (2013) Small change: the making of Stirchley Park. Community Development journal 2013; doi: 10.1093/cdj/bst058
- Burnell, J. (2013) Small Change: understanding cultural action as a resource for unlocking assets and building resilience in communities, Community Development Journal, Vol. 48, No. 1. January, P. 134-150
- Sanderson, D and Burnell, J. (2013) Beyond Shelter after Disaster: practice, Process and Possibilities. Routledge: Abington
- Burnell, J and Sanderson D. (eds) (2011), Whose reality counts? Shelter after disaster. p 189-192. Editorial in Shelter after disaster, Environmental Hazards: Human and Policy Dimension, Routledge, Volume 10, Issue 3-4, 2011
- ‘Shed Space’ (2016) Art exhibition at the Arts and the Old Fire Station, Oxford
- ‘Time to Talk: Digital Storytelling in the Leys’ (2015 /16) Carried out with StoryWorks UK in collaboration with the Museum of Oxford, Oxford City Council and Leys CDI Project. This project was awarded Heritage Lottery Funding.
- ‘Our Place: Creating Small Change in the Leys’ (2012) Carried out in association with Oxford City Council