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Planning in/for/with the Public
(Cogitatio Press, 2016-03-18)
Urban planning in general, and discursively motivated practices attaching to urban form in particular, are beholden in many ways to notions of a ‘public’. In fact, it would not be an exaggeration to say that urban ...
Structure and event, networks and nodes in human geography: the 1960s revisited
(Copernicus Publications, 2013-05-30)
In search of transnational scholarship and languages within human geography, the so-called “Quantitative Revolution” of the 1960s arguably holds considerable pride of place. More than previous innovations within geography, ...
Performing marginal space: film, topology and the Petite Ceinture in Paris
Urban scholars have long accepted that analysing and understanding urban realities involves many routes: from the repertoire associated with social scientific urban studies to the more essayistic, figurative approaches ...
Social spatiality: some rudimentary thoughts on the epistemology of Benno Werlen
(Copernicus Publications, 2014)
Benno Werlen requires no introduction to readers of Geographica Helvetica: arguably the most internationally resonating of names amongst Swiss human geographers writing today, the Jena-based social geographer has not ...
Field characterization of three-dimensional lee-side airflow patterns under offshore winds at a beach-dune system
(American Geophysical Union, 2013-05-22)
Characterization of three-dimensional (3D) airflow remains elusive within a variety of environments and is particularly challenging over complex dune topography. Previous work examining airflow over and in the lee of dunes ...
Closing the neoliberal gap: risk and regulation in the long war of securitization
When US military commanders refer today to the “long war”, they could more instructively refer to the “long war of securitization”, involving both practices of war and reconstruction that have always been based on a ...
The role of headwater wetlands in altering stream flow and chemistry in a Maine, USA catchment
(Wiley for American Water Resources Association, 2011-03-28)
Headwater wetlands, including hillside seeps, may contribute to downstream systems disproportionately to their relatively small size. We quantified the hydrology and chemistry of headwater wetlands in a central Maine, ...
Regimes of performance: practices of the normalised self in the neoliberal university
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-11-07)
Universities today inescapably find themselves part of nationally and globally competitive networks that appear firmly inflected by neoliberal concerns of rankings, benchmarking and productivity. This, of course, has in ...
A booming country- a booming countryside? The Celtic Tiger phenomenon and the consequences for rural areas
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The rural as a return migration destination
(De Gruyter Open, 2012-02-24)
This paper investigates the phenomenon of return migration to rural areas through exploring how different conceptual approaches address issues of population return, and the significance of the rural as a return migration ...