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Professor Rachel Pain
Critical political geographies of slow violence and resistance2022
Professor Rachel Pain
The politics of tears (in memory of Lynn Staeheli)2022
Professor Rachel Pain
Collective trauma? Isolating and commoning gender-based violence2021
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Cheryl McEwan
Demonic Possession: Narratives of Domestic Abuse and Trauma in Malaysia2021
Professor Rachel Pain
'One of the Lasses': Trans Inclusion and Safety in Abuse Services2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Robert Shaw
Quan Gao
Professor Alastair Bonnett
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Social Geographies: An Introduction2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Age2020
Professor Rachel Pain
Gender-based violence before, during and after cyclones: slow violence and layered disasters2020
Professor Rachel Pain
Geotrauma: Violence, place and repossession2020
Professor Rachel Pain
Researching Social Geographies2020
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Nahid Rezwana
Trauma, gender and space: insights from Bangladesh, Malaysia and the UK.2020
Professor Rachel Pain
Chronic urban trauma: The slow violence of housing dispossession2019
Professor Rachel Pain
Representing Slow Violence and Resistance:On Hiding and Seeing2019
Professor Rachel Pain
Slow Violence and the Representational Politics of Song2019
Professor Rachel Pain
After the Auctions Impacts of the Disposal of Social Housing in a County Durham Village2017
Professor Rachel Pain
Understanding Gender-based violence during disasters in the coastal region of Bangladesh2017
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Julia Heslop
Dr Emma Ormerod
DISPOSAL: The Housing Crisis in Horden’s Numbered Streets2016
Professor Rachel Pain
Embodying intimate war: a reply to Sjoberg, Massaro and Bernazzoli2015
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr David Milledge
Going with the flow? Using participatory action research in physical geography2015
Professor Rachel Pain
Intimate War2015
Professor Rachel Pain
Everyday Terrorism: Connecting Domestic Violence and Global Terrorism2014
Professor Rachel Pain
Gendered violence: rotating intimacy2014
Professor Rachel Pain
Impact: striking a blow or walking together?2014
Professor Rachel Pain
Intervention: Critical physical geography.2014
Professor Rachel Pain
Introduction: intimacy-geopolitics and violence2014
Professor Rachel Pain
Seismologies of emotion: fear and activism during domestic violence2014
Professor Rachel Pain
Productive tensions: engaging geography students in participatory action research with communities2013
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Retheorizing the Postsecular Present: Embodiment, Spatial Transcendence, and Challenges to Authenticity Among Young Christians in Glasgow, Scotland2013
Professor Rachel Pain
The politics of social justice in neoliberal times: a reply to Slater2012
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Young people and performance Christianity in Scotland2012
Professor Rachel Pain
Contact zones: participation, materiality and the messiness of interaction2011
Professor Rachel Pain
Geographies of impact: power, participation and potential2011
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Mapping intergenerationalities: the formation of youthful religiosities2011
Professor Helen Jarvis
Professor Rachel Pain
Multiple Scales of Time-Space and Life Course2011
Professor Rachel Pain
Professor Peter Hopkins
Reading Peter Hopkins' The Issue of Masculine Identities for British Muslims after 9/11: a social analysis2011
Professor Rachel Pain
The New Geopolitics of Fear2010
Professor Rachel Pain
Ways beyond disciplinarity2010
Professor Rachel Pain
Globalised fear? Towards an emotional geopolitics.2009
Professor Rachel Pain
Professor Peter Hopkins
Social geographies of age: landscapes, lifecourses, equity and justice2009
Professor Rachel Pain
Working Across Distant Spaces: Connecting Participatory Action Research and Teaching2009
Professor Rachel Pain
Ethical possibilities: towards participatory ethics2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Geographies of age: Thinking relationally2007
Dr Sara Kindon
Professor Rachel Pain
Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting People, Participation and Place2007
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Sara Kindon
Participatory geographies2007
Professor Rachel Pain
Paranoid parenting? Rematerializing risk and fear for children2006
Professor Rachel Pain
‘So Long as I Take my Mobile’: Mobile Phones, Urban Life and Geographies of Young People's Safety2005
Professor Rachel Pain
British social and cultural geography: beyond turns and dualisms?2004
Professor Rachel Pain
Introduction: children at risk?2004
Professor Rachel Pain
Living with crime: spaces of risk for homeless young people.2004
Professor Rachel Pain
Social geography: participatory research2004
Professor Rachel Pain
Social geography: on action-orientated research.2003