SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Barnes T 2008 History and philosophy of geography: life and death 2005–2007 Progress in Human Geography 32 650658
  • Barnett C 1995 Awakening the dead: who needs the history of geography? Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 20 417419
  • Bauder H 2006 Learning to become a geographer: reproduction and transformation in academia Antipode 38 671679
  • Berg L 2006 Hierarchical space: geographers and neoliberalism Progress in Human Geography 30 747782
  • Bourdieu P 1988 Homo Academicus translated by P Collier Polity Press, Cambridge
  • Boyle M 2005 Biographical approaches in the teaching of the history and philosophy of human geography: introduction to review essays on Key Thinkers on Space and Place Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 161164
  • Carrigan C, Quinn K and Riskin E A 2011 The gendered division of labor Among STEM faculty and the effects of critical mass Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 4 131146
  • Castree N 2006 Forum: research assessment and the production of geographical knowledge Progress in Human Geography 30 747782
  • Castree N 2011 The future of geography in English universities The Geographical Journal 177 294299
  • Castree N and Sparke M 2000 Professional geography and the corporatization of the university: experiences, evaluations and engagements Antipode 32 222229
  • Crang M 2003 Commentary: malestream geography: gender patterns among UK geography faculty Environment and Planning A 35 17111716
  • Crang M 2007 Commentary: flexible and fixed times working in the academy Environment and Planning A 39 509514
  • Demeritt D 2000 The new social contract for science: accountability, relevance and value in US and UK science and research policy Antipode 32 308329
  • Driver F 1995 Sub-merged identities: familiar and unfamiliar histories Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 20 410413
  • Driver F and Baigent E 2007 Biography and the history of geography: a response to Ron Johnston Progress in Human Geography 31 101106
  • Evans L 2011 The scholarship of researcher development: mapping the terrain and pushing back boundaries International Journal for Researcher Development 2 7598
  • Graham E 2005 Key thinkers, disciplines, and knowledge productions Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 181183
  • Hall T 1997 Images of industry in the post-industrial city: Raymond Mason and Birmingham Ecumene 4 4668
  • Hall T forthcoming Geographies of the illicit: globalisation and organised crime Progress in Human Geography
  • Hall T, Healey M and Harrison M 2002 Disabled students and fieldwork: discourses of exclusion and inclusion Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 27 213231
  • Hall T and Toms P 2012 ‘Where's the geography department?’ The changing administrative place of geography in British higher education Paper presented at Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) Annual Conference, Edinburgh, July
  • Hamnett C 2003 Contemporary human geography: fiddling while Rome burns? Geoforum 34 13
  • Heyman R 2000 Research, pedagogy, and instrumental human geography Antipode 32 292307
  • Hubbard P, Kitchin R and Valentine G 2005 Editors' reply Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 184187
  • Jenkins A and Ward A 2001 Moving with the times: an oral history of a geography department Journal of Geography in Higher Education 25 191208
  • Johns J 2012 ‘Suited and booted’: reflections on performing geography in business studies Paper presented at Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) Annual Conference, Edinburgh, July
  • Klocker N and Drozdzewski D 2012 Commentary: career progress relative to opportunity: how many papers is a baby ‘worth'? Environment and Planning A 44 12711277
  • Kong L 2007 The promises and prospects of geography in higher education Journal of Geography in Higher Education 31 1317
  • Larner W 2003 Neoliberalism? Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 21 509512
  • Livingstone D 1995 Geographical traditions Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 20 420422
  • Lorimer H 2003 Telling small stories: spaces of knowledge and the practice of geography Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 28 197217
  • Lorimer H and Withers C W J 2007 Geographers: lives, works, possibilities Geographers Biobibliographical Studies 26 15
  • Maddrell A 2006 Revisiting the region: ‘ordinary’ and ‘exceptional’ regions in the work of Hilda Ormsby 1917–1940 Environment and Planning A 38 17391752
  • Mattless D 1995 Effects of history Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 20 405409
  • Minca C 2005 Comments on Key Thinkers on Space and Place Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 168170
  • Moss P ed 2001 Placing autobiography in geography Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY
  • O'Byrne C 2011 Against the odds: researcher development in teaching-focused HEIs International Journal for Researcher Development 2 825
  • Pandit K 2004 Geography's human resources over the past half-century Professional Geographer 56 1221
  • Peet R 2005 Bio-gaze Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 165167
  • Purcell M 2005 For a more radically open discipline Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 177180
  • Roberts S 2000 Realizing critical geographies of the university Antipode 32 230244
  • Rose G 1995 Tradition and paternity: same difference? Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 20 414416
  • Samers M 2005 Dancing on an asymptote, and conveying it Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 37 171173
  • Shelton N 2005 The future for new geographers Area 37 110114
  • Sidaway J 1997 The production of British geography Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (NS) 22 488504
  • Sidaway J and Johnston R 2007 Geography in higher education in the UK Journal of Geography in Higher Education 31 5780
  • Smith N 2000 Afterword: who rules this sausage factory? Antipode 32 330339
  • Ward K nd Still missing in (in) action: geography, geographers and ‘public intellectuals’. Unpublished paper, University of Manchester, School of Environment and Development
  • Willis J 1996 Labouring for love? A comment on academics and their hours of work Antipode 28 292303