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  • Hannah, Matthew G. (2001)
    Counting of people in official censuses and other social surveys produces representations that are arguably of far greater political importance than the representations produced by voting. The recent controversy around the ...
  • Dixon, Deborah Phyllis (2011-10)
    What does the monstrous sound like? Using the case of Living TV’s Most Haunted, a paranormal investigative show that brings together a team of believers, sceptics and undecided, I want to articulate an answer to this ...
  • Hoskins, Gareth (2010-04-01)
    An interest in narrative has done much to shed light on our understandings of geography. Studies linking narrative to nation building, the making of place, identity, the region, the spaces of health, heritage, and environmental ...
  • Kimberley Anne; William (2012)
    Although interest in the maritime world has been growing steadily within human geography over the past decade, the ship remains a largely neglected figure in its own right. In spite of facilitating the emergence of modern ...
  • Peters, Kimberley Anne (2011-09)
    Studies of offshore broadcasting stations such as Radio Caroline have often focused on the media communication impacts of the phenomenon, rather than the ramifications these so-called ‘pirate’ stations had over the governance ...
  • Peter; Rhys (2009-04-01)
    In this paper we provide a critical evaluation of the campaign for bilingual road traffic signs in late 1960s and 1970s Wales, examining how Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (the Welsh Language Society) came to see English ...
  • Hannah, Matthew G. (2006-09)
    Torture can be understood as part of a geopolitical response to a discursively inflated threat. Public discussions of torture in the United States between 11 September 2001 and the May 2004 revelations of abuses at Abu ...
  • Merriman, Peter; Webster, Catrin (2009-10-23)
    In this written exchange we explore our parallel interests in landscape, movement and visuality.One of us (Catrin) is an artist and educator who, for 20 years, has been developing newapproaches to landscape; undertaking ...
  • Phillips, Richard; Jones, Rhys (2005-03)
    A critical genealogy of the emerging subfield of postcolonial geography illustrates how human geography has become historically shortsighted. Postcolonial geography interrogates the significance of imperialism and colonialism ...
  • Rhys (2004)
    This paper seeks to contribute to the debate concerning the current and future state of human geography by focusing on its changing treatment of the past. I argue that, while contemporary human geography has experienced a ...
  • Deborah P.; Harriet; Elizabeth R. (2013-04)
    Though not yet readily apparent in articles and book chapters, there is a burgeoning series of ‘in the field’ collaborations between geomorphologists and artists focused around the mutual exploration of ‘inspirational ...

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