Professor Ian Cook
Professor of Cultural Geography

Supervision/Group

Postdoctoral researchers

  • Tara Woodyer (2011-12) Playing with toys: the animated geographies of children's material culture (ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, Mentor)

Postgraduate researchers

  • Angeliki Balayannis (2015-) Locating responsibility in toxic relations: Assembling geographies of obsolete pesticide stockpiles (Australian Postgraduate Award-funded, supervised with Rachel Hughes and Jon Barnett (Melbourne) and Gail Davies (Exeter))
  • Paula Crutchlow (2014-) The Museum of Contemporary Commodities (ESRC-funded PhD, co-supervised with Sam Kinsley)
  • Lizzie Hobson (2017-) Identity, Belonging and Inclusivity in the Cultural Economy (University Funded PhD, co-supervised with John Wylie)
  • Matt Wilkins (2009-) Collaborative publics: shopping, performance and the blind individual (Exeter funded PhD, co-supervised with Paul Cloke) .

Alumni

  • Martin Buttle (2001-05) Ethical finance in the social economy: a multi-locale ethnography (Birmingham University funded PhD, co-supervised with John Bryson)
  • Matt Grace (2009-13) Geography, cancer and dragon boats: ethnographic explorations of breast cancer dragon boating in the Lake District, UK. (Exeter funded PhD, co-supervised with David Harvey)
  • Helen Griffiths (2005-2010) Engaging students as citizens and consumers in new school geographies (ESRC funded PhD, University of Birmingham then Exeter, cosupervised with James Evans).
  • Helen Griffiths (2005-2010) Engaging students as citizens and consumers in new school geographies (University of Birmingham then Exeter, cosupervised with James Evans).
  • Suzanne Hocknell (2012-17) Adding Fat to the Fire: Fat-assemblages and (re)making the world (ESRC-funded PhD, co-supervised with Steve Hinchliffe)
  • Verity Jones (1999-00) A Pear Shaped Thesis: research becoming in/of/with/ the National Botanic Garden of Wales (University funded MPhil, University of Wales, Lampeter)
  • Rebecca Morris (2005-2010) Bloody geographies: exploring identities, relatedness, connectedness and care in the exchange of blood and blood products (University of Birmingham, co-supervised with Jason Chilvers)
  • Rebecca Sandover (2009-13) Doing food - knowing food: an exploration of allotment practices and the production of knowledge through visceral engagement (Exeter University funded PhD, co-supervised with Henry Buller)
  • Lynne Wyness (2008-12) Placing Global School Partnerships: the politics, praxis and pedagogies of global citizenship. (Exeter University funded PhD, co-supervised with Nicola Thomas)

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