Mr Luke Ray Di Marco Campbell

  • Lecturer in Community Development (School of Education)

Biography

A community development practitioner with roughly thirteen years practice experience, I've worked with a range of local and national organisations, primarily centring my work on anarcha-feminist practice, anti-racist initatives, programmes for social inclusion, digital literacy for the elderly, youth anti-homelessness projects, and services supporting queer inclusion. In addition, I continue to volunteer with anti-racism initatives (including programmes addressing anti-Roma and anti-gypsyism in Glasgow), and run a Community Hub - Foodbank Partnership in Edinburgh's Tollcross area. I serve as Chair for the Adult Learning Project (Edinburgh), as Treasurer for the Community Development Journal, and as a trustree for The W.H.Y. Project (Edinburgh)

Research interests

I'm eager to engage in research that exmaines how individuals, community campaigns, and organisations have sought to navigate, challenge, adapt to, or oppose austerity. I'm also interested in supervising projects that relate to social inclusion, community work, hyperlocalised initatives and community organising, queer and anarchist practices, and dialogical approaches to education in informal and non-traditional settings. 

Publications

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Number of items: 31.

2023

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) Write like you’re living in a better world: creative writing as a means for building the societies we wish to see. Culture. Society. Economy. Politics, 2(3), pp. 81-91. (doi: 10.2478/csep-2023-0011)

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) Plan 75: A near future warning. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) A paradigm shift: anarchism has entered the chat. Concept, 14(1), pp. 1-13.

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) Anarchist Dialogues: Critical Reflections on ASN Experiment #1. [Website]

2022

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2022) Five radical books coming in Early 2023. [Website]

de Oca, R. M. and Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2022) Kubazuela: Remembering a Caribbean anarchist punk connection between Cuba and Venezuela (‘with rum but without Coca-Cola’). In: Donaghey, J., Boisseau, W. and Kaltefleiter, C. (eds.) Smash The System! Punk Anarchism as a Culture of Resistance. Active Distribution. ISBN 9781914567131

2021

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Beyond sectoral values: Radical organisational responses to human need. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory, 12(3),

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity, David Graeber and David Wengrow. Bella Caledonia, [Book Review]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Cowardice and capitulation: “[W]hy should ‘gender critics’ be beyond criticism?”. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Intellectual property is theft: Towards an anarchist culture of knowledge sharing and translation. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Direct (in)action: State suppression of community organising. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) The falsehoods charter. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Contested terms, supportive relationships, and historical omissions: A critical response to _frontiers of solidarity. On Education: Journal for Research and Debate, 4, 10. (doi: 10.17899/on_ed.2022.10.11)

Campbell, L. (2021) Doctoral research amidst the covid-19 pandemic: researcher reflections on practice, relationships, and unexpected intimacy. Qualitative Social Work, 20(1-2), pp. 570-578. (doi: 10.1177/1473325020981090)

2020

Campbell, L. (2020) Queer support: the double hit or austerity & Covid-19. [Website]

Hay, N., Campbell, L. , Kowalewska, M., Clark, C., Tammi, L. and Balogh, B. (2020) A hidden community: justifying the inclusion of Roma as an ethnic identity in the 2021 Scottish census. Critical Romani Studies, 3(1), pp. 46-71. (doi: 10.29098/crs.v3i1.62)

Campbell, L. (2020) The Deaths, Legacies, & Emergence of Sporting Icons. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Queer activism in leftwing spaces. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Many voices: an introduction to queer Scotland today. [Website]

Campbell, L. R. (2020) Fifty days of struggle: Robert Danilczuk's ongoing protest & hunger strike. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Votes behind bars: recognising humanity, avoiding responsibility, & lessons from David Graeber. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) A working class gem: remembering Michael Marra, the 'Bard of Dundee'. Lumpen: A Journal for Poor and Working Class Writer(4),

Campbell, L. (2020) The Old World is Dying. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Unwanted time alone: emotional and mental isolation during lockdown. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) A call for solidarity. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 11(Suppl),

Campbell, L. and Hay, N. (2020) Show racism the red card. In: Beck, D. and Purcell, R. (eds.) Community Development for Social Change. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 227-235. ISBN 9781138694149 (doi: 10.4324/9781315528618-39)

2019

Campbell, L. (2019) Resisting conservative-led austerity: activist peer-education in Glantaff Farm Estate (Wales) and Greater Pilton (Scotland). In: Dziurzyński, K. and Duda, E. (eds.) What is New in the Field of Education? Publishing House of the Maria Grzegorzewska University: Warsaw, pp. 186-210. ISBN 9788366010314

2018

Campbell, L. and Hay, N. (2018) A Critical Examination of Anti-Racist Initiatives Taking Place among Young Adult and Adult Association Football Fans in Contemporary Scotland. In: 4th Conference of the ESRRA Migration, Transnationalism and Racisms Network, Edinburgh, UK, 12-15 Jun 2018,

Campbell, L. and Hay, N. (2018) Organisation case study of show racism the red card Scotland. Radical Community Work Journal, 3(2),

2017

Campbell, L. (2017) Review: shaping the future: a new radical learning network. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 8(3),

2016

Campbell, L. (2016) Review: the stigma of poverty: challenges, interventions and possibilities 29 September 2016. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 7(3),

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Number of items: 31.

Articles

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) Write like you’re living in a better world: creative writing as a means for building the societies we wish to see. Culture. Society. Economy. Politics, 2(3), pp. 81-91. (doi: 10.2478/csep-2023-0011)

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) A paradigm shift: anarchism has entered the chat. Concept, 14(1), pp. 1-13.

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Beyond sectoral values: Radical organisational responses to human need. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory, 12(3),

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Contested terms, supportive relationships, and historical omissions: A critical response to _frontiers of solidarity. On Education: Journal for Research and Debate, 4, 10. (doi: 10.17899/on_ed.2022.10.11)

Campbell, L. (2021) Doctoral research amidst the covid-19 pandemic: researcher reflections on practice, relationships, and unexpected intimacy. Qualitative Social Work, 20(1-2), pp. 570-578. (doi: 10.1177/1473325020981090)

Hay, N., Campbell, L. , Kowalewska, M., Clark, C., Tammi, L. and Balogh, B. (2020) A hidden community: justifying the inclusion of Roma as an ethnic identity in the 2021 Scottish census. Critical Romani Studies, 3(1), pp. 46-71. (doi: 10.29098/crs.v3i1.62)

Campbell, L. (2020) A working class gem: remembering Michael Marra, the 'Bard of Dundee'. Lumpen: A Journal for Poor and Working Class Writer(4),

Campbell, L. (2020) A call for solidarity. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 11(Suppl),

Campbell, L. and Hay, N. (2018) Organisation case study of show racism the red card Scotland. Radical Community Work Journal, 3(2),

Campbell, L. (2017) Review: shaping the future: a new radical learning network. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 8(3),

Campbell, L. (2016) Review: the stigma of poverty: challenges, interventions and possibilities 29 September 2016. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice and Theory, 7(3),

Book Sections

de Oca, R. M. and Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2022) Kubazuela: Remembering a Caribbean anarchist punk connection between Cuba and Venezuela (‘with rum but without Coca-Cola’). In: Donaghey, J., Boisseau, W. and Kaltefleiter, C. (eds.) Smash The System! Punk Anarchism as a Culture of Resistance. Active Distribution. ISBN 9781914567131

Campbell, L. and Hay, N. (2020) Show racism the red card. In: Beck, D. and Purcell, R. (eds.) Community Development for Social Change. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 227-235. ISBN 9781138694149 (doi: 10.4324/9781315528618-39)

Campbell, L. (2019) Resisting conservative-led austerity: activist peer-education in Glantaff Farm Estate (Wales) and Greater Pilton (Scotland). In: Dziurzyński, K. and Duda, E. (eds.) What is New in the Field of Education? Publishing House of the Maria Grzegorzewska University: Warsaw, pp. 186-210. ISBN 9788366010314

Book Reviews

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity, David Graeber and David Wengrow. Bella Caledonia, [Book Review]

Conference Proceedings

Campbell, L. and Hay, N. (2018) A Critical Examination of Anti-Racist Initiatives Taking Place among Young Adult and Adult Association Football Fans in Contemporary Scotland. In: 4th Conference of the ESRRA Migration, Transnationalism and Racisms Network, Edinburgh, UK, 12-15 Jun 2018,

Website

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) Plan 75: A near future warning. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2023) Anarchist Dialogues: Critical Reflections on ASN Experiment #1. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2022) Five radical books coming in Early 2023. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Cowardice and capitulation: “[W]hy should ‘gender critics’ be beyond criticism?”. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Intellectual property is theft: Towards an anarchist culture of knowledge sharing and translation. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) Direct (in)action: State suppression of community organising. [Website]

Di Marco Campbell, L. R. (2021) The falsehoods charter. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Queer support: the double hit or austerity & Covid-19. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) The Deaths, Legacies, & Emergence of Sporting Icons. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Queer activism in leftwing spaces. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Many voices: an introduction to queer Scotland today. [Website]

Campbell, L. R. (2020) Fifty days of struggle: Robert Danilczuk's ongoing protest & hunger strike. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Votes behind bars: recognising humanity, avoiding responsibility, & lessons from David Graeber. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) The Old World is Dying. [Website]

Campbell, L. (2020) Unwanted time alone: emotional and mental isolation during lockdown. [Website]

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Grants

From Streets Clashes to the Sud Curva: Formulating and Enacting Community & The Politics of Radical Leftist Ultra Movements in Contemporary Europe

University of Glasgow, GBP 2,800

'The project investigates how community is formulated, understood, and enacted within left-wing ultra groups (understood as organised supporters, with somewhat-established boundaries, and track records of choreographed performance in or out of stadia). Whereas the literature largely recognises right-leaning ultra supporter groups as closely related to - indeed, frequently inspired by - 1980’s-1990’s English supporter hooliganism, left-wing ultra groups have been observed fostering partially inclusive associations, utilising the profile of their clubs to support local communities. The questions this project will address relate to who is involved in these associations (e.g. do they perpetuate existing exclusionary practices towards queer people?); what these associations do in and out of their respective stadia; and what it means to be involved with such bodies for those identifying as members socially, emotionally, and culturally. The project will utilise Biographical Interpretive Narrative Methods, thereby affording participants agency over how they communicate their experiences and stories.'

Supervision

M.Ed. Youth Work, Adult Education, and Community Development:

- Sabre Jones (2022/23): Researching the experiences of transgender and non-binary people in community, social movement and activist organisations and campaigns in Scotland

- Athanasios Angelopoulos (2022/23): Employability Programmes in Scotland - A neoliberal façade?

- Jinming Liu (2022/23): Rethinking Charities: Selflessness or Selfishness? 

Carly Michelle Pullin (2022/23): Exploring how Voluntary Migrant Service Providers in the UK Can Better Facilitate the Integration of LGBTQ+ Identifying Asylum-Seekers and Refugees

- Yuyang Cao (2022/23): The impact of traditional media and social media on community development

 

B.A. Community Education:

- Jackie McColm (2022/23): Can Burlesque be used as a way to deflect the male gaze and empower women?

- Holly Bates (2022/23): Benefits and positives of online community development

 

M.Ed. Youth Work, Adult Education, and Community Development:

- Mengzhe Li (2021/22): Exploring the impact of meaningful learning on adult education

- Paria Goodarzi (2021/22): Exploring the place of socially engage art in community project practice in relation to migration and social justice

- Yingwen Yang (2021/22): Critical Reflections on Inequalities in Community Development and Adult Education (in China)

- Yujie Zhou (2021/22): Continuing Education for Chinese employees of Stated-owned enterprise 

-  Aoifee Deery (2021/22): Exploring the relationship between young people in the north west of Glasgow and power

- Wing Cheong Kwok (2020/21): Chinese Youth Work in the United Kingdom: Critical Pedagogy as Mind Liberation?

- Adebolaji Nimyel (2020/21): The Impact of Lifelong Learning for Asylum Seekers and Refugee People in Glasgow from a CLD Perspective. Role of the Third Sector in their Empowerment 

- Lauren Durward (2020/21): The Transformational Potential of Student Support: An Enquiry into Higher Educational Institutions’ Concern for Student Emotional Wellbeing 

- Siqi Qiao (2020/21): Exploring the Family Volunteering from the Professional Perspective of Social Workers

- Ardis Onnerfors (2020/21): Where do the Quiet Gays Go? 

- Beatriz Pinharanda (2020/21): An analysis of power dynamics in co-creating initiatives between cultural institutions and vulnerable migrant communities 

- Donatella Olisterno (2020/21): Limitations for Women in Addiction Accessing Recovery Treatments 

- Nicole Flynn (2020/21): A comparative study into young parents’ experiences within traditional forms of support and participant led support: Are participant-led support services the way forward in community learning and development? 

- Lisa Brawley (2019/20): Care experience young people and educational outcomes

- Haruka Hanabusa (2019/20): Volunteering in Japan post-natural disasters 

- Benjamin Raw (2019/20): Cycling iniatives and connectivity in Glasgow's areas of multiple deprivation

- Monica Marshall (2019/20): Inclusion of eldery participants in Renfrewshire's sports clubs

- Antonia Legand (2019/20): International exchanges and cross-cultural education's impact on German youth. 

 

B.A. Community Education:

- Fairooz Nangarhari (2021/22): Review into Asylum Claims for Asylum Seekers when Fleeing Persecution to the UK 

Olivia Ndoti (2021/22): How do we create a sense of belonging for refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland?

Teaching

M.Ed. Youth Work, Adult Education, and Community Development:

- Theoretical Frameworks for Practice (EDUC5946)

- Practice and Policy Inquiry (EDUC5944) 

- Empowerment and Social Change (EDUC5408) 

- Educational Approaches to Community Learning and Development (EDUC5407) 

- Practitioner Research Project (EDUC5945P)

 

B.A. Community Education:

- Popular Education: Theory and Practice (EDUC2077) 

- Challenge, Change and Action (EDUC2078)

- Introduction to Research (EDUC3081) 

- Understanding Society, Community and Ideology (EDUC1065) 

Professional activities & recognition

Editorial boards

  • 2023: Community Development Journal