Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

Exploring the role of study abroad in decolonising geography curricula (2024)
Journal Article
Clare, N., & Keenan, L. (in press). Exploring the role of study abroad in decolonising geography curricula. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2024.2338118

Studying abroad has the potential to contribute to wider processes of curriculum decolonisation. More often than not, however, it can actually serve to recolonise and reproduce multiscalar forms of privilege, with the majority of programs seeing stud... Read More about Exploring the role of study abroad in decolonising geography curricula.

A house is not a home: housing disadvantage, homelessness, and modern slavery (2023)
Journal Article
Clare, N., Iafrati, S., Reeson, C., Wright, N., Gray, C., & Baptiste, H. (2023). A house is not a home: housing disadvantage, homelessness, and modern slavery. Journal of the British Academy, 11, 83-93. https://doi.org/10.5871/jba/011.083

This commentary focuses on the underexplored links between housing disadvantage, homelessness, and modern slavery. Despite significant anecdotal evidence, there is a pressing need for proper theorisation of the connections between housing situation a... Read More about A house is not a home: housing disadvantage, homelessness, and modern slavery.

Generating Indicators of Disruptive Innovation Using Big Data (2022)
Journal Article
Brackin, R. C., Jackson, M. J., Leyshon, A., Morley, J. G., & Jewitt, S. (2022). Generating Indicators of Disruptive Innovation Using Big Data. Future Internet, 14(11), Article 327. https://doi.org/10.3390/fi14110327

Technological evolution and its potential impacts are of significant interest to governments, corporate organizations and for academic enquiry; but assessments of technology progression are often highly subjective. This paper prototypes potential obj... Read More about Generating Indicators of Disruptive Innovation Using Big Data.

Actually existing racial capitalism: Financialisation and bordering in UK housing associations (2022)
Journal Article
Clare, N., de Noronha, N., French, S., & Goulding, R. (2022). Actually existing racial capitalism: Financialisation and bordering in UK housing associations. Geography Compass, 16(11), Article e12665. https://doi.org/10.1111/gec3.12665

This paper provides a critical intervention into recent geographical debates on racial capitalism, interrogating the role that Housing Associations (HAs), the main form of UK social housing, play in its (re)production. Housing Associations are instit... Read More about Actually existing racial capitalism: Financialisation and bordering in UK housing associations.

Zombie resistance: Reanimated labour struggles and the legal geographies of authoritarian neoliberalism in Cambodia (2022)
Journal Article
Lawreniuk, S. (2023). Zombie resistance: Reanimated labour struggles and the legal geographies of authoritarian neoliberalism in Cambodia. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 48(1), 39-55. https://doi.org/10.1111/tran.12564

As neoliberalism lurches through its zombie phase – intellectually dead but dominant – critical scholars chart the global ascendancy of authoritarian variants of neoliberalism. Distinguished, in particular, by the rise of constitutional and legal str... Read More about Zombie resistance: Reanimated labour struggles and the legal geographies of authoritarian neoliberalism in Cambodia.

From autonomous to autonomist geographies (2022)
Journal Article
Gray, N., & Clare, N. (2022). From autonomous to autonomist geographies. Progress in Human Geography, 46(5), 1185-1206. https://doi.org/10.1177/03091325221114347

Autonomist Marxist ideas and concepts are resurgent and, with their latent spatiality, are well placed to contribute to radical geographical debates. In particular, the methodology of ‘class composition’ analysis provides a rigorous, materialist crit... Read More about From autonomous to autonomist geographies.

Seizing the Means of Circulation: Choke Points and Logistical Resistance in Coco Solo, Panama (2022)
Journal Article
Danyluk, M. (2023). Seizing the Means of Circulation: Choke Points and Logistical Resistance in Coco Solo, Panama. Antipode, 55(5), 1368-1389. https://doi.org/10.1111/anti.12836

Recent studies of logistics have embraced the “choke point” thesis: the notion that a strategically positioned group of workers or insurgents can exercise outsize power by disrupting the circulation of goods through the supply chain. This article exa... Read More about Seizing the Means of Circulation: Choke Points and Logistical Resistance in Coco Solo, Panama.

‘Worn out’: debt discipline, hunger, and the gendered contingencies of the COVID-19 pandemic amongst Cambodian garment workers (2022)
Journal Article
Brickell, K., Lawreniuk, S., Chhom, T., Mony, R., So, H., & McCarthy, L. (2023). ‘Worn out’: debt discipline, hunger, and the gendered contingencies of the COVID-19 pandemic amongst Cambodian garment workers. Social and Cultural Geography, 24(3-4), 600-619. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2022.2055778

Drawing on 203 quantitative surveys with women workers in Cambodia and a further set of semi-structured interviews with 60 original participants, this paper is one of the very first to present empirically grounded research from garment workers on the... Read More about ‘Worn out’: debt discipline, hunger, and the gendered contingencies of the COVID-19 pandemic amongst Cambodian garment workers.

A Geography of Infection: Spatial Processes and Patterns in Epidemics and Pandemics (2022)
Book
Smallman-Raynor, M., Cliff, A., Ord, K., & Haggett, P. (2022). A Geography of Infection: Spatial Processes and Patterns in Epidemics and Pandemics. (2nd). Oxford: Oxford University Press (OUP)

The last half century has witnessed two landmark events in medical history. The 1970s saw euphoria about the defeat of one of humankind’s oldest disease scourges with the global eradication of smallpox. To set against this, the 2020s are experiencing... Read More about A Geography of Infection: Spatial Processes and Patterns in Epidemics and Pandemics.

Challenging the financial inclusion-decent work nexus: evidence from Cambodia’s over-indebted internal migrants (2021)
Journal Article
Natarajan, N., Brickell, K., Guermond, V., Lawreniuk, S., & Parsons, L. (2021). Challenging the financial inclusion-decent work nexus: evidence from Cambodia’s over-indebted internal migrants. Global Public Policy and Governance, 1(3), 361-381. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43508-021-00026-7

In this paper, we question the promotion of financial inclusion, and microfinance specifically, as a means to achieve ‘Decent Work’ (DW) under the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) programme. Drawing upon original research findings from two ty... Read More about Challenging the financial inclusion-decent work nexus: evidence from Cambodia’s over-indebted internal migrants.

Respatialising Finance: Power, Politics and Offshore Renminbi Market Making in London (2021)
Book
Hall, S. (2021). Respatialising Finance: Power, Politics and Offshore Renminbi Market Making in London. (9781119385547). Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119386018

Respatialising Finance is one of the first detailed empirical studies of how and why London became the leading western financial centre within the wider Chinese economic and political project of internationalising its currency, the renminbi (RMB). Th... Read More about Respatialising Finance: Power, Politics and Offshore Renminbi Market Making in London.