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Professor Cathrine Degnen
Adoption and continued use of mobile contact tracing technology: Multilevel explanations from a three-wave panel survey and linked data2022
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Living the everyday of dementia friendliness: navigating care in public spaces2022
Constance Akurugu
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Power, ontologies and gendered resistance in rural northwestern Ghana: Weapons of the ninbala and yeme2022
Dr Audrey Verma
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Creative Fuse North East: Knowledge production, interdisciplinarity and innovation2018
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Cross-cultural Perspectives on Personhood and the Life Course2018
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Amongst the disciplines: anthropology, sociology, intersection, and intersectionality2017
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Bringing Britain into being: sociology, anthropology and British lives2017
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Reconfiguring the Anthropology of Britain: Ethnographic, Theoretical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives2017
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
When walking becomes wandering: representing the fear of the fourth age2017
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Socialising place attachment: place, social memory and embodied affordances2016
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Ethnographies of Ageing2015
Professor Katie Brittain
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Claire Dickinson
Professor Dame Louise Robinson
et al.
When does walking become wandering - Representing the fear of the fourth age?2015
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Fairness, Class and Belonging in Contemporary England by Katherine Smith, 2012 [Book Review]2014
Professor Cathrine Degnen
‘Knowing’, absence and presence: the spatial and temporal depth of relations2013
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Placing personhood: ontology, the life course, and cemeteries2013
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Ageing Selves and Everyday Life in the North of England: Years in the Making2012
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Comment on “Can a species be a person?: a trope and its entanglements in the anthropocene era”2011
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Animals and Science: From Colonial Encounters to the Biotech Industry2010
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Introduction2010
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Old Macdonald Had a Pharm: Animals, Science and Pharmaceutical Production2010
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Eating genes and raising people: Kinship thinking and genetically modified food in the north of England2009
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Ghosts of memory: essays on remembrance and relatedness – Carsten J (ed.)2009
Professor Cathrine Degnen
On vegetable love: Gardening, plants, and people in the North of England2009
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Back to the future: Temporality, narrative and the ageing self2007
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Mémoire, lien social et topographie locale à Dodworth2007
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Minding the gap: The construction of old age and oldness amongst peers2007
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Dr Sam Jeffrey
We have something in common: introduction to four commentaries on A Home from Home2007
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Commemorating Coal Mining in the Home: Material Culture and Domestic Space in Dodworth, South Yorkshire2006
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Softly, softly: Comparative silences in British stories of genetic modification2006
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Animals and science: Anthropological approaches2005
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Relationality, place, and absence: a three-dimensional perspective on social memory2005
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Temporality, narrative, and the ageing self2005
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Review of: British Subjects: An Anthropology of Britain by Nigel Rapport (ed.)2004
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Review of: A Phenomenology of Working Class Experience by Simon Charlesworth2002
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Healing Sheshatshiu: Community healing and country space2001
Professor Cathrine Degnen
Managing and experiencing mental distress in Montreal’s informal health care sector1998