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Allen, John (2004). The whereabouts of power: politics, government and space. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 86(1) pp. 19–32. file

Allen, John (2011). Making space for topology. Dialogues in Human Geography, 1(3) pp. 316–318. file

Allen, John (2011). Topological twists: Power's shifting geographies. Dialogues in Human Geography, 1(3) pp. 283–298. file

Allen, John (2013). Author's response: The difference that space makes. Progress in Human Geography, 37(3) pp. 458–460.

Allen, John (2012). A more than relational geography? Dialogues in Human Geography, 2(2) pp. 190–193.

Ash, James and Gallacher, Lesley Anne (2011). Cultural geography and videogames. Geography Compass, 5(6) pp. 351–368. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Balme, Matthew; Gallagher, C. J. and Hauber, E. (2013). Morphological evidence for geologically young thaw of ice on Mars: a review of recent studies using high-resolution imaging data. Progress in Physical Geography, 37(3) pp. 289–324. file

Barnett, Clive (2006). Temporality and the paradoxes of democracy. Political Geography, 24(5) pp. 641–647. file

Barnett, Clive (2005). Ways of Relating: Hospitality and the acknowledgement of otherness. Progress in Human Geography, 29(1) pp. 5–21. file

Barnett, Clive (2004). Deconstructing radical democracy: articulation, representation and being-with-others. Political Geography, 23(5) pp. 503–528. file

Barnett, Clive (2001). Culture, policy and subsidiarity in the European Union: From symbolic identity to the governmentalisation of culture. Political Geography, 20(4) pp. 405–426. file

Barnett, Clive (1996). A choice of nightmares: narration and desire in Heart of Darkness. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 3(3) pp. 277–292.

Barnett, Clive (2012). Geography and ethics: placing life in the space of reasons. Progress in Human Geography, 36(3) pp. 379–388.

Barnett, Clive (2011). Geography and ethics: justice unbound. Progress in Human Geography, 35(2) pp. 246–255. file

Bartolini, Nadia; Chris, Robert; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve (2013). Psychics, crystals, candles and cauldrons: alternative spiritualities and the question of their esoteric economies. Social & Cultural Geography, 14(4) pp. 367–388.

Bassda (2006). A kind of queer geography/Räume Durchqueeren: The Doreen Massey reading weekends. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 13(2) pp. 173–186.

Bhatti, Mark; Church, Andrew; Claremont, Amanda and Stenner, Paul (2009). 'I love being in the garden': enchanting encounters in everyday life. Social & Cultural Geography, 10(1) pp. 61–76.

Bristow, Abigail L.; Enoch, Marcus P.; Zhang, Lian; Greensmith, Clare; James, Norman and Potter, Stephen (2008). Kickstarting growth in bus patronage: Targeting support at the margins. Journal of Transport Geography, 16(6) pp. 408–418.

Budds, Jessica (2004). Power, nature and neoliberalism: the political ecology of water in Chile. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 25(3) pp. 322–342. file

Clarke, Nick; Barnett, Clive; Cloke, Paul and Malpass, Alice (2007). Globalising the consumer: doing politics in an ethical register. Political Geography, 26(3) pp. 231–249. file

Clarke, Nick and Cochrane, Allan (2013). Geographies and politics of localism: the localism of the United Kingdom's coalition government. Political Geography, 34 pp. 10–23. file

Fall, Juliet J. (2007). Lost geographers: power games and the circulation of ideas within Francophone political geographies. Progress in Human Geography, 31(2) pp. 195–216.

Gabb, Jacqui (2005). Locating lesbian parent families. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 12(4) pp. 419–432.

Gabb, Jacqui (2004). 'I could eat my baby to bits'; passion and desire in lesbian mother-children love. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 11(3) pp. 399–415.

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2012). Cotton, climate and colonialism in Dharwar, western India, 1840-1880. Journal of Historical Geography, 38(1) pp. 1–17. file

Hazareesingh, Sandip (2013). Territories of conquest, landscapes of resistance: the political ecology of peasant cultivation in Dharwar, western India, 1818-1840. Journal of Historical Geography, 42 pp. 88–99. file

Hinojosa-Valencia, Leonith and Hennermann, Karl (2012). A GIS approach to ecosystem services and rural territorial dynamics applied to the case of the gas industry in Bolivia. Applied Geography, 34(2012) pp. 487–497.

Huber, Franz (2012). Do clusters really matter for innovation practices in Information Technology? Questioning the significance of technological knowledge spillovers. Journal of Economic Geography, 12(1) pp. 107–126.

Huber, Franz (2009). Social capital of economic clusters: towards a network-based conception of social resources. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie - Journal of Economic and Social Geography, 100(2) pp. 160–170.

Isin, Engin and Ustundag, Ebru (2008). Wills, deeds, acts: women's civic gift-giving in Ottoman Istanbul. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 15(5) pp. 519–532.

Isin, Engin F. (2005). Engaging, being, political. Political Geography, 24(3) pp. 373–387.

Kaplinsky, Raphael (2008). Globalisation, inequality and climate change: what difference does China make? Geography Compass, 2(1) pp. 67–78. file

Kurtz, Matthew (2002). Re/membering the Town Body: Methodology and the Work of Local History. Journal of Historical Geography, 28(1) pp. 42–62.

Kurtz, Matthew (2001). Situating Practices: The Archive and the File Cabinet. Historical Geography: An annual journal of research, commentary, and reviews, 29 pp. 26–37.

Law, Alex and Mooney, Gerry (2009). Thinking beyond the hybrid: 'Actually-existing' cities 'after neoliberalism' in Boyle et al. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 91(3) pp. 289–294.

Lewis, Clare and Pile, Steve (1996). Woman, Body, Space: Rio Carnival and the politics of performance. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 3(1) pp. 23–41.

MacKian, Sara (2004). Mapping reflexive communities: visualising the geographies of emotion. Social & Cultural Geography, 5(4) pp. 615–631.

MacKian, Sara (1995). 'That great dust-heap called history': recovering the multiple spaces of citizenship. Political Geography, 14(2) pp. 209–216.

Massey, Doreen (2002). Geography, policy and politics: a response to Dorling and Shaw. Progress in Human Geography, 26(5) pp. 645–646.

Massey, Doreen (2004). Geographies of responsibility. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 86(1) pp. 5–18. file

Merriman, P; Revill , G; Matless, D; Rose, Gillian and Wylie, J (2008). Landscape, mobility and practice. Social & Cultural Geography, 9(2) pp. 191–212.

Merriman, Peter; Revill, George; Cresswell, Tim; Lorimer, Hayden; Matless, David; Rose, Gillian and Wylie, John (2008). Landscape, mobility, practice. Social & Cultural Geography, 9(2) pp. 191–212.

Mistry, Jayalaxshmi; White, Fiona and Berardi, Andrea (2009). Skills at Master's level in Geography higher education: teaching, learning and applying. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 33(1) pp. 123–148.

Mohan, G. and Mohan, J. (2002). Placing social capital. Progress in Human Geography, 26(2) pp. 191–210.

Mohan, Giles (2007). Participatory development: from epistemological reversals to active citizenship. Geography Compass, 1(4) pp. 779–796.

Mohan, Giles (2000). Dislocating Globalisation: power, politics and global change. Geography, 85(2) pp. 121–133.

Mohan, Giles (1999). Not so Distant, Not so Strange: the Personal and the Political in Participatory Research. Philosophy and Geography, 2(1) pp. 41–54.

Mohan, Giles (1996). Adjustment and decentralization in Ghana: a case of diminished sovereignty. Political Geography, 15(1) pp. 75–94.

Mohan, Giles (1996). SAP's and Development in West Africa. Geography, 81(4) pp. 4–8.

Mohan, Giles (2002). The disappointments of civil society: the politics of NGO intervention in northern Ghana. Political Geography, 21(1) pp. 125–154. file

Mohan, Giles and Power, Marcus (2009). Africa, China and the ‘new’ economic geography of development. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 30(1) pp. 24–28. file

Moore, James (2010). Darwin’s progress and the problem of slavery. Progress in Human Geography, 34 pp. 555–582.

Pile, Steve (1991). 'A load of bloody idiots' Somerset dairy farmers' view of their political world. Political Geography Quarterly, 10(4) pp. 405–421.

Pile, Steve (1995). 'What we are asking for is decent human life': SPLASH, neighbourhood demands and citizenship in London's docklands. Political Geography, 14(2) pp. 199–208.

Raghuram, P.; Madge, C. and Skelton, T. (1998). Feminist research methodologies and student projects. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 22(1) pp. 35–48.

Raghuram, Parvati and Madge, Clare (2006). Towards a method for postcolonial development geography?: Possibilities and challenges. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 27(3) 270 -288.

Raghuram, Parvati; Noxolo, Pat and Madge, Clare (2014). Rising Asia and postcolonial geography. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 35(1) pp. 119–135. file

Revill, George (2005). Railway labour and the geography of collective bargaining: the Midland Railway strikes of 1879 and 1887. Journal of Historical Geography, 31(1) pp. 17–40.

Revill, George (2005). Vernacular culture and the place of folk music [Cultura vernácula y el lugar de la música folklórica]. Social & Cultural Geography, 6(5) pp. 693–706.

Robinson, Jennifer (2005). Urban geography: world cities, or a world of cities. Progress in Human Geography, 29(6) pp. 757–765.

Robinson, Jenny (2003). Postcolonialising geography: tactics and pitfalls. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 24(3) pp. 273–289.

Roby, Helen (2010). Workplace travel plans: past, present and future. Journal of Transport Geography, 18(1) pp. 23–30. file

Rose, Gillian (2004). 'Everyone's cuddled up and it just looks really nice': an emotional geography of some mums and their family photos. Social & Cultural Geography, 5(4) pp. 549–564.

Rose, Gillian; Basdas, Begum and Degen, Monica (2009). Using websites to disseminate research on urban spatialities. Geography Compass, 3(6) pp. 2098–2108. file

Ruppert, Evelyn S. (2006). Rights to public space: regulatory reconfigurations of liberty. Urban Geography, 27(3) pp. 271–292.

Sarre, Philip (2007). Understanding the geography of international finance. Geography Compass, 1(5) pp. 1076–1096.

Smith, Joe; Clark, Nigel and Yusoff, Kathryn (2007). Interdependence. Geography Compass, 2 pp. 340–359. file

Stokes, Alison; Collins, Trevor; Maskall, John; Lea, John; Lunt, Paul and Davies, Sarah-Jane (2012). Enabling remote access to fieldwork: gaining insight into the pedagogic effectiveness of ‘direct’ and ‘remote’ field activities. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 36(2) pp. 197–222.

Tarrant, Anna (2010). ‘Maturing’ a sub-discipline: the intersectional geographies of masculinities and old age. Geography Compass, 4(10) pp. 1580–1591. file

Tarrant, Anna (2013). Grandfathering as spatio-temporal practice: conceptualizing performances of ageing masculinities in contemporary familial carescapes. Social & Cultural Geography, 14(2) pp. 192–210. file

van Manen, Saskia M (2014). Hazard and risk perception at Turrialba volcano (Costa Rica); implications for disaster risk management. Applied Geography, 50 pp. 63–73. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Watson, Sophie and Wells, Karen (2005). Spaces of nostalgia: the hollowing out of a London market. Social & Cultural Geography, 6(1) pp. 17–30.

Wellens, Jane; Berardi, Andrea; Chalkey, Brian; Chambers, Bill; Healey, Ruth; Monk, Janice and Vender, Jodi (2006). Teaching geography for social transformation. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 30(1) pp. 117–131.

Wilson, Gordon (2007). Beyond the Dichotomies in Technology for Development. Geography Compass, 1(2) pp. 119–135.

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