Dr Sarah Dyer
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography

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Key publications



Dyer S, Williams R, Walkington H, Morton K, Wyse S (In Press). Shifting landscapes: from coalface to quicksand? Teaching Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences in Higher Education. Area Full text.
Walkington H, Dyer S, Solem M, Haigh M, Waddington S (2017). A capabilities approach to higher education: geocapabilities and implications for geography curricula. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1-18. Abstract. DOI.
Dyer S (2016). Appreciate: Cards to support appreciative partnership learning – a guide. York, Higher Education Academy.
Dyer S (2016). Appreciative Inquiry. Building and enhancing appreciative partnership communities., Higher Education Academy.
Dyer S, Weiner K (2015). Surviving and Progressing as a Research Fellow. In Dingwall R, Bryne McDonnell M (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Research Management, London: SAGE, 348-357.
Bearman N, Dyer S, Walkington H, Wyse S (2015). Untitled. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 47(4), 1015-1016. Author URL. DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Dyer S, Williams R, Walkington H, Morton K, Wyse S (In Press). Shifting landscapes: from coalface to quicksand? Teaching Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences in Higher Education. Area Full text.
Walkington H, Dyer S, Solem M, Haigh M, Waddington S (2017). A capabilities approach to higher education: geocapabilities and implications for geography curricula. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1-18. Abstract. DOI.
Bearman N, Dyer S, Walkington H, Wyse S (2015). Untitled. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 47(4), 1015-1016. Author URL. DOI.
Batnitzky A, McDowell L, Dyer S (2012). Remittances and the Maintenance of Dual Social Worlds: the Transnational Working Lives of Migrants in Greater London. International Migration, 4(50), 140-156.
Dyer S, McDowell L, Batnitzky A (2011). Migrant work, precarious work-life balance: What the experiences of migrant workers in the service sector in greater London tell us about the adult worker model. Gender, Place and Culture, 18(5), 685-700. Author URL.
Dyer S, McDowell L, Batnitzky A (2010). The Impact of Migration on the Gendering of Service Work: the Case of a West London Hotel. Gender, Work and Organization, 17(6), 635-657. Author URL.
Batnitzky A, McDowell L, Dyer S (2009). Flexible and strategic masculinities: the working lives and gendered identities of male migrants in London. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35(8), 1275-1293. Author URL.
Mcdowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2009). Precarious work and economic migration: Emerging immigrant divisions of labour in Greater London's service sector. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33(1), 3-25. Author URL.
Dyer S, Demeritt D (2009). Un-ethical review? Why it is wrong to apply the medical model of research governance to human geography. Progress in Human Geography, 33(1), 46-64. Author URL.
Batnitzky A, McDowell L, Dyer S (2008). A middle-class global mobility? the working lives of Indian men in a west London hotel. Global Networks, 8(1), 51-70. Author URL.
Dyer S, McDowell L, Batnitzky A (2008). Emotional labour/body work: the caring labours of migrants in the UK's National Health Service. Geoforum, 39(6), 2030-2038. Author URL.
McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2008). Internationalization and the spaces of temporary labour: the global assembly of a local workforce. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 46(4), 750-770. Author URL.
McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2007). Division, segmentation, and interpellation: the embodied labors of migrant workers in a Greater London hotel. Economic Geography, 83(1), 1-25. Author URL.
Dyer S (2004). Rationalising public participation in the health service: the case of research ethics committees. Health and Place, 10(4), 339-348. Author URL.
Demeritt D, Dyer S (2002). Dialogue, metaphors of dialogue and understandings of geography. Area, 34(3), 229-241. Author URL.

Chapters

Dyer S, Weiner K (2015). Surviving and Progressing as a Research Fellow. In Dingwall R, Bryne McDonnell M (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Research Management, London: SAGE, 348-357.
McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2012). Global flows and local labour markets: precarious employment and migrant workers in the UK. In Scott S, Dex S, Plagnol A (Eds.) Gendered Lives, London: Edward Arnold, 123-151.
Dyer S (2008). Hybrid Geographies (2002): Sarah Whatmore. In Hubbard P, Kitchin R, Valentine G (Eds.) Key texts in human geography, Sage Publications Ltd, 207-213.  Abstract.
McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2008). Migration, employment and gender divisions of labour. In Scott JL (Ed) Women and employment, Edward Elgar Publishing, 329-346.  Abstract.

Reports

Dyer S (2016). Appreciate: Cards to support appreciative partnership learning – a guide. York, Higher Education Academy.
Dyer S (2016). Appreciative Inquiry. Building and enhancing appreciative partnership communities., Higher Education Academy.

Publications by year



In Press

Dyer S, Williams R, Walkington H, Morton K, Wyse S (In Press). Shifting landscapes: from coalface to quicksand? Teaching Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences in Higher Education. Area Full text.

2017

Walkington H, Dyer S, Solem M, Haigh M, Waddington S (2017). A capabilities approach to higher education: geocapabilities and implications for geography curricula. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1-18. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Dyer S (2016). Appreciate: Cards to support appreciative partnership learning – a guide. York, Higher Education Academy.
Dyer S (2016). Appreciative Inquiry. Building and enhancing appreciative partnership communities., Higher Education Academy.

2015

Dyer S, Weiner K (2015). Surviving and Progressing as a Research Fellow. In Dingwall R, Bryne McDonnell M (Eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Research Management, London: SAGE, 348-357.
Bearman N, Dyer S, Walkington H, Wyse S (2015). The power of collective tactics: response to Peters and Turner. Environment and Planning A: international journal of urban and regional research, 47(4), 1015-1016. Author URL.
Bearman N, Dyer S, Walkington H, Wyse S (2015). Untitled. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 47(4), 1015-1016. Author URL. DOI.

2012

McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2012). Global flows and local labour markets: precarious employment and migrant workers in the UK. In Scott S, Dex S, Plagnol A (Eds.) Gendered Lives, London: Edward Arnold, 123-151.
Batnitzky A, McDowell L, Dyer S (2012). Remittances and the Maintenance of Dual Social Worlds: the Transnational Working Lives of Migrants in Greater London. International Migration, 4(50), 140-156.

2011

Dyer S, McDowell L, Batnitzky A (2011). Migrant work, precarious work-life balance: What the experiences of migrant workers in the service sector in greater London tell us about the adult worker model. Gender, Place and Culture, 18(5), 685-700. Author URL.

2010

Dyer S, McDowell L, Batnitzky A (2010). The Impact of Migration on the Gendering of Service Work: the Case of a West London Hotel. Gender, Work and Organization, 17(6), 635-657. Author URL.

2009

Batnitzky A, McDowell L, Dyer S (2009). Flexible and strategic masculinities: the working lives and gendered identities of male migrants in London. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35(8), 1275-1293. Author URL.
Mcdowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2009). Precarious work and economic migration: Emerging immigrant divisions of labour in Greater London's service sector. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33(1), 3-25. Author URL.
Dyer S, Demeritt D (2009). Un-ethical review? Why it is wrong to apply the medical model of research governance to human geography. Progress in Human Geography, 33(1), 46-64. Author URL.

2008

Batnitzky A, McDowell L, Dyer S (2008). A middle-class global mobility? the working lives of Indian men in a west London hotel. Global Networks, 8(1), 51-70. Author URL.
Dyer S, McDowell L, Batnitzky A (2008). Emotional labour/body work: the caring labours of migrants in the UK's National Health Service. Geoforum, 39(6), 2030-2038. Author URL.
Dyer S (2008). Hybrid Geographies (2002): Sarah Whatmore. In Hubbard P, Kitchin R, Valentine G (Eds.) Key texts in human geography, Sage Publications Ltd, 207-213.  Abstract.
McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2008). Internationalization and the spaces of temporary labour: the global assembly of a local workforce. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 46(4), 750-770. Author URL.
McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2008). Migration, employment and gender divisions of labour. In Scott JL (Ed) Women and employment, Edward Elgar Publishing, 329-346.  Abstract.

2007

McDowell L, Batnitzky A, Dyer S (2007). Division, segmentation, and interpellation: the embodied labors of migrant workers in a Greater London hotel. Economic Geography, 83(1), 1-25. Author URL.

2004

Dyer S (2004). Rationalising public participation in the health service: the case of research ethics committees. Health and Place, 10(4), 339-348. Author URL.

2002

Demeritt D, Dyer S (2002). Dialogue, metaphors of dialogue and understandings of geography. Area, 34(3), 229-241. Author URL.