Book binding tools. Photo by Steven Bond.

Steven Bond

Dr Caitlin DeSilvey's research into the business of repairing everyday objects was showcased at the exhibition Makers, Menders and Materials Part 3.

Cultural and Historical Geographies

Recent publications

Read some of our members’ most recent publications. Click the links to download them. Visit our individual publications pages for more.

Cinnamon J, Jones SK, Adger WN (2016). Evidence and future potential of mobile phone data for disease disaster managementGeoforum, 75, 253-264

Cook et al I (2016). Les géographies du numérique: on en veut encore! | More digital geographies, pleaseJustice Spatiale | Spatial Justice, 10 , np

DeSilvey CO (2015). Elemental Analysis. In Raymond-Barker O (Ed) Natural Alchemy, Falmouth, UK: Two Wood Press.

Harvey DC, Perry J (eds) (2015). The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity. London, Routledge

Jakob D, Thomas NJ (2015). Firing up craft capital: the renaissance of craft and craft policy in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Cultural Policy (online early)

Kaesehage K, Leyshon M, Caseldine C (2014). Communicating climate change - Learning from business: Challenging values, changing economic thinking, innovating the low carbon economyFennia, 192(2), 81-99

Leyshon C (2014). Critical issues in social science climate change research. Contemporary Social Science9(4), 359-373.

Romanillos JL (2015). Nihilism and modernity: Louis-Ferdinand Céline's Journey to the end of the nightTransactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 40(1), 128-139

Ryan JR (2013). Photography and Exploration. London, Reaktion Books.

Vickery V (2015). Beyond Painting, Beyond Landscape: Working Beyond the Frame to Unsettle Representations of LandscapeGeoHumanities 1(2), 321-344

Wylie JW (2016). A Landscape Cannot be a HomelandLandscape Research 41(4), 408-416