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  • Dixon, Deborah P. (2007)
    In this article I delineate the character of a determinedly non-academic, yet avowedly critical body of literature, namely Forteanism. I begin by outlining the goals and objectives of Forteanism as it strives to establish ...
  • Dixon, Deborah P. (2008-01-01)
    Here I outline some of the fears, as well as some of the desires, associated with the lab-borne monster as manifest in the emergent genre of critical BioArt. Using a recent installation on Disembodied Cuisine to ground my ...
  • Dixon, Deborah P.; Zonn, L. (2005-07)
    This essay explores the conceptual limitations within Fredric Jameson's notion of the geopolitical aesthetic through an analysis of Jameson's now classic reading of The Perfumed Nightmare; this film is central to his concept ...
  • Wright, Paul (Aberystwyth UniversityGeography and Earth Sciences, 2010-08)
    This thesis outlines how architecture can be considered as an accumulation of plausibility. The term plausibility is used herein to mean what architecture is understood to be capable of, and what architecture‟s limits are ...
  • Hapke, H.; Dixon, Deborah P. (2003-03)
    In this article we initiate a critical analysis of the discursive geographies from which U.S. agricultural legislation has been constructed. First, we refer to the geography of discourse, which consists of the production, ...
  • Cresswell, Tim J.; Dixon, Deborah P. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2002-03-28)
    This creative, interdisciplinary volume explores the engagements among film, space and identity, and features a section on the use of films in the classroom as a critical pedagogical tool. Focusing on anti-essentialist ...
  • Straughan, Elizabeth R.; Dixon, Deborah P. (2010-05-01)
    Considerable attention within geography has been paid to the physiologies, knowledges and practices that give substance and import to the senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch – and the manner in which these work ...
  • Dixon, Deborah P. (2007)
    In recent years the simplistic categorization of Victorian practices and beliefs as either 'occult' or 'scientific' has been undercut by a series of revisionist analyses that point to an over-arching concern with influence ...
  • Aitken, S. C.; Dixon, Deborah P. (2006)
    To the extent that the geographic study of film has come of age, it is important to not only tie it to disciplinary issues but also to push theoretical boundaries. Geographic concern is often lacking a critical perspective, ...
  • Dixon, Deborah P.; Woodward, Keith; Jones III, John Paul (2008)
    On the other hand ... dialectics: a sometimes social, sometimes materialist, sometimes psychological, but always political ontology that has offered the foundational logic for historico-geographical methodologies, rumbles ...
  • Heley, Jesse (Aberystwyth UniversityGeography and Earth Sciences, 2008)
    Investigating the (possible) emergence of a ‘New Squirearchy’ in rural England, this research considers the extent of a practical appropriation of the discourse of the country gentleman within the milieu of a specific ...
  • Dixon, Deborah P.; Whitehead, Mark (2008-01)
    In a desire to create a space of dialogue for scholars working at the interface of Geography and Science and Technology Studies we arranged a special paper session at the Annual International Conference of the Royal ...
  • Dixon, Deborah P.; Hawkins, Harriet; Straughan, 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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