Professor John Wylie
Professor of Cultural Geography

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Key publications



Wylie JW (In Press). A Landscape Cannot be a Homeland. Landscape Research Full text. DOI.
Wylie JW, webster C (2018). Eyeopener: drawing landscape near and far. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text. DOI.
Wylie JW (2017). The Distant: thinking towards renewed senses of landscape and distance. Environment, Space and Place Full text.
Wylie JW (2017). vanishing points an essay on landscape memory and belonging. Irish Geography, 50, 3-18. Full text.

Publications by category


Books

Wylie JW (2007). Landscape. london, routledge.  Publisher URL.

Journal articles

Wylie JW (In Press). A Landscape Cannot be a Homeland. Landscape Research Full text. DOI.
Wylie JW, Lorimer H (In Press). Loop (a geography). Performance Research, 15(4), 6-13. Abstract. DOI.
Wylie JW (In Press). Wylie, J (2005) ‘The Subject of Landscape’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New. Series 30, pp.521-522. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 30(4), 521-522. DOI.
Jones O, Read S, Wylie J (In Press). ‘Unsettled and unsettling landscapes: Exchanges by Jones, Read and Wylie about living with rivers and flooding, watery landscapes in an era of climate change’. Journal of Arts & Communities, 4(1), 76-99.
Wylie JW, webster C (2018). Eyeopener: drawing landscape near and far. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text. DOI.
Wylie JW (2017). The Distant: thinking towards renewed senses of landscape and distance. Environment, Space and Place Full text.
Wylie JW (2017). vanishing points an essay on landscape memory and belonging. Irish Geography, 50, 3-18. Full text.
Wylie JW (2012). Dwelling and Displacement: Tim Robinson and the Questions of Landscape. Cultural Geographies Abstract.
Wylie J (2010). Cultural geographies of the future: looking rosy and feeling blue. Cultural Geographies, 17(2).
ANDERSON B, Wylie JW (2009). Anderson B, Wylie J, 2009, "On geography and materiality" Environment and Planning a 41(2) 318 – 335. Environment and Planning A, 41(2), 318-335. DOI.
Wylie JW (2009). Landscape, absence and the geographies of love. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 34(3). DOI.
merriman P, revill G, cresswell T, lorimer H, matless D, rose G, Wylie JW (2008). Landscape, mobility, practice. social and cultural geography, 9(2), 191-212. DOI.
Wylie JW (2007). The Spectral Geographies of W.G. Sebald. Cultural Geographies, 14(2), 171-188. DOI.
Wylie JW (2006). Depths and Folds: on Landscape and the Gazing Subject. Environment and Planning D Society and Space, 24(4), 519-535. DOI.
Rose M, Wylie JW (2006). Wylie, J & Rose, M (2006) ‘Animating Landscape’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24, 4, 475-479. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 24(4), 475-479. DOI.
Wylie JW (2006). Wylie, J (2006b) ‘Smoothlands: fragments/landscapes/fragments’ Cultural Geographies 13, 3 458-465 doi: 10.1191/1474474006eu368oa. cultural geographies, 13(3), 458-465. DOI.
Wylie JW (2005). A Single Day's Walking: narrating self and landscape on the Southwest Coast Path. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 30(2), 234-247. DOI.
Wylie JW (2002). An essay on ascending Glastonbury Tor. Geoforum, 33(4), 441-454. DOI.
Wylie JW (2002). Becoming-icy: Scott and Amundsens's polar voyages. Cultural Geographies, 9(3), 249-265. DOI.
dewsbury J, harrison P, rose M, Wylie JW (2002). Dewsbury, JD, Harrison, P. Rose, M & Wylie, J (2002) “Enacting geographies”Geoforum, vol.32. no.4.pp.437-440. Geoforum, 32(4), 437-440. DOI.

Chapters

Wylie JW (2015). 'Poststructuralist Approches: Deconstruction and Discourse Analysis’. In Aitken S, Valentine G (Eds.) Approaches to Human Geography: Philosophies, Theories, People and Practices, London: Sage.
Wylie JW (2014). ‘Landscape’. In Cloke P, Crang P, Goodwin M (Eds.) Introducing Human Geographies, London: Hodder Arnold.
Wylie JW (2013). ‘Landscape and Phenomenology’. In Howard P, Thompson I (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Landscape Studies, London: Routledge.
Rose M, Wylie JW (2011). Landscape-Part II. In  (Ed) The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Human Geography, 221-234. DOI.
Wylie JW (2010). Landscape. In Agnew J, Duncan J (Eds.) Handbook of Geographical Knowledge, London: Sage.  Publisher URL.
Wylie JW (2010). Non-Representational Subjects?. In Anderson B, Harrison P (Eds.) Taking-Place: geography and non-representational theory, Ashgate.  Publisher URL.
Wylie J (2010). Writing through landscape. In Brace C, Jons-Putra A (Eds.) Process: landscape and text, Amsterdam: Rodopi Press.
Wylie JW (2008). The Ends of the Earth: Narrating Scott, Amundsen and Antarctica. In Cosgrove D, Dora VD (Eds.) High Places: cultural geographies of mountains and ice, London: I.B. Tauris.  Publisher URL.
Wylie JW (2006). Poststructuralist theories, critical methods and experimentation. In Aitken S, Valentine G (Eds.) Approaches to Human Geography, London: Sage, 298-311.   Publisher URL.
Wylie JW (2003). Landscape, performance and dwelling: a Glastonbury case-study. In Cloke P (Ed) Country Visions, Harlow, England: , 136-158.   Publisher URL.
Wylie JW (2002). Earthly Poles: the Antarctic voyages of Scott and Amundsen. In Blunt A, McEwan C (Eds.) Postcolonial Geographies, London: Continuum, 169-184.   Publisher URL.

Publications by year



In Press

Wylie JW (In Press). A Landscape Cannot be a Homeland. Landscape Research Full text. DOI.
Wylie JW, Lorimer H (In Press). Loop (a geography). Performance Research, 15(4), 6-13. Abstract. DOI.
Wylie JW (In Press). Wylie, J (2005) ‘The Subject of Landscape’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, New. Series 30, pp.521-522. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 30(4), 521-522. DOI.
Jones O, Read S, Wylie J (In Press). ‘Unsettled and unsettling landscapes: Exchanges by Jones, Read and Wylie about living with rivers and flooding, watery landscapes in an era of climate change’. Journal of Arts & Communities, 4(1), 76-99.

2018

Wylie JW, webster C (2018). Eyeopener: drawing landscape near and far. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers Full text. DOI.

2017

Wylie JW (2017). The Distant: thinking towards renewed senses of landscape and distance. Environment, Space and Place Full text.
Wylie JW (2017). vanishing points an essay on landscape memory and belonging. Irish Geography, 50, 3-18. Full text.

2015

Wylie JW (2015). 'Poststructuralist Approches: Deconstruction and Discourse Analysis’. In Aitken S, Valentine G (Eds.) Approaches to Human Geography: Philosophies, Theories, People and Practices, London: Sage.

2014

Wylie JW (2014). ‘Landscape’. In Cloke P, Crang P, Goodwin M (Eds.) Introducing Human Geographies, London: Hodder Arnold.

2013

Wylie JW (2013). ‘Landscape and Phenomenology’. In Howard P, Thompson I (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Landscape Studies, London: Routledge.

2012

Wylie JW (2012). Dwelling and Displacement: Tim Robinson and the Questions of Landscape. Cultural Geographies Abstract.

2011

Rose M, Wylie JW (2011). Landscape-Part II. In  (Ed) The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Human Geography, 221-234. DOI.

2010

Wylie J (2010). Cultural geographies of the future: looking rosy and feeling blue. Cultural Geographies, 17(2).
Wylie JW (2010). Landscape. In Agnew J, Duncan J (Eds.) Handbook of Geographical Knowledge, London: Sage.  Publisher URL.
Wylie JW (2010). Non-Representational Subjects?. In Anderson B, Harrison P (Eds.) Taking-Place: geography and non-representational theory, Ashgate.  Publisher URL.
Wylie J (2010). Writing through landscape. In Brace C, Jons-Putra A (Eds.) Process: landscape and text, Amsterdam: Rodopi Press.

2009

ANDERSON B, Wylie JW (2009). Anderson B, Wylie J, 2009, "On geography and materiality" Environment and Planning a 41(2) 318 – 335. Environment and Planning A, 41(2), 318-335. DOI.
Wylie JW (2009). Landscape, absence and the geographies of love. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 34(3). DOI.

2008

merriman P, revill G, cresswell T, lorimer H, matless D, rose G, Wylie JW (2008). Landscape, mobility, practice. social and cultural geography, 9(2), 191-212. DOI.
Wylie JW (2008). The Ends of the Earth: Narrating Scott, Amundsen and Antarctica. In Cosgrove D, Dora VD (Eds.) High Places: cultural geographies of mountains and ice, London: I.B. Tauris.  Publisher URL.

2007

Wylie JW (2007). Landscape. london, routledge.  Publisher URL.
Wylie JW (2007). The Spectral Geographies of W.G. Sebald. Cultural Geographies, 14(2), 171-188. DOI.

2006

Wylie JW (2006). Depths and Folds: on Landscape and the Gazing Subject. Environment and Planning D Society and Space, 24(4), 519-535. DOI.
Wylie JW (2006). Poststructuralist theories, critical methods and experimentation. In Aitken S, Valentine G (Eds.) Approaches to Human Geography, London: Sage, 298-311.   Publisher URL.
Rose M, Wylie JW (2006). Wylie, J & Rose, M (2006) ‘Animating Landscape’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24, 4, 475-479. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 24(4), 475-479. DOI.
Wylie JW (2006). Wylie, J (2006b) ‘Smoothlands: fragments/landscapes/fragments’ Cultural Geographies 13, 3 458-465 doi: 10.1191/1474474006eu368oa. cultural geographies, 13(3), 458-465. DOI.

2005

Wylie JW (2005). A Single Day's Walking: narrating self and landscape on the Southwest Coast Path. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 30(2), 234-247. DOI.

2003

Wylie JW (2003). Landscape, performance and dwelling: a Glastonbury case-study. In Cloke P (Ed) Country Visions, Harlow, England: , 136-158.   Publisher URL.

2002

Wylie JW (2002). An essay on ascending Glastonbury Tor. Geoforum, 33(4), 441-454. DOI.
Wylie JW (2002). Becoming-icy: Scott and Amundsens's polar voyages. Cultural Geographies, 9(3), 249-265. DOI.
dewsbury J, harrison P, rose M, Wylie JW (2002). Dewsbury, JD, Harrison, P. Rose, M & Wylie, J (2002) “Enacting geographies”Geoforum, vol.32. no.4.pp.437-440. Geoforum, 32(4), 437-440. DOI.
Wylie JW (2002). Earthly Poles: the Antarctic voyages of Scott and Amundsen. In Blunt A, McEwan C (Eds.) Postcolonial Geographies, London: Continuum, 169-184.   Publisher URL.