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Professor Nick Megoran
Workers as human beings: recognising the imago Dei in the neoliberal workplace2023
Professor Nick Megoran
Authoritarianism, ethnic management and non-securitisation: The Kyrgyz minority in Uzbekistan2022
Professor Nick Megoran
Being ‘Human’ under Regimes of Human Resource Management: Using Black Theology to Illuminate Humanisation and Dehumanisation in the Workplace2022
Dr Olivia Mason
Professor Nick Megoran
Geography as a vocation? Becoming a geographer under neoliberalism2022
Will Hughes
Professor Nick Megoran
Dr Matt Benwell
The emotional geopolitics of contested peace: The austerity crisis and the Danish minority of South Schleswig2022
Dr Benjamin Houston
Professor Nick Megoran
“He was shot because America will not give up on racism”: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the African American civil rights movement in British schools2021
Professor Simon Dalby
Professor Nick Megoran
Critical Geopolitics/critical geopolitics 25 years on2021
Professor Nick Megoran
Borders on steroids: Open borders in a Covid-19 world?2021
Dr Olivia Mason
Professor Nick Megoran
Precarity and dehumanisation in higher education2021
Dr Raksha Pande
Dr Jonathan Pugh
Professor Nick Megoran
(aka The Analogue University) Correlation in the data university2019
Professor Nick Megoran
Illiberal Peace? Authoritarian Modes of Conflict Management2018
Professor Hartmut Behr
Professor Nick Megoran
Dr Jane Carnaffan
Peace education, militarism and neo-liberalism: conceptual reflections with empirical findings from the UK2018
Dr Alisher Khamidov
Professor Nick Megoran
Bottom-up peacekeeping in southern Kyrgyzstan: how local actors managed to prevent the spread of violence from Osh/Jalal-Abad to Aravan, June 20102017
Professor Nick Megoran
Nationalism in Central Asia2017
Dr Matthew Scott
Professor Nick Megoran
The Newcastle Upon Tyne Peace Society (1817-50)2017
Russell Foster
Professor Nick Megoran
Towards a geopolitics of atheism: Critical geopolitics post the ‘War on Terror’2017
Professor Nick Megoran
Warlike Christians in An Age of Violence: The Evangelical Case Against War and for Gospel Peace2017
Professor Nick Megoran
Evangelical Geopolitics: Practices of Worship, Justice and Peacemaking2015
Dr Fiona McConnell
Professor Nick Megoran
Geographies of Peace2014
Professor Nick Megoran
Migration and peace: the transnational activities of Bukharan Jews2014
Professor Nick Megoran
On (Christian) anarchism and (non)violence: a response to Simon Springer2014
Dr Raksha Pande
Dr Sam Jeffrey
Professor Nick Megoran
Dr Richard Young
Connecting lectures to current affairs: the “letters to newspapers” assignment2013
Dr Alison Williams
Dr Sam Jeffrey
Dr Fiona McConnell
Professor Nick Megoran
Dr Raksha Pande
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Interventions in teaching political geography: reflections on practice2013
Professor Nick Megoran
Rethinking the Study of International Boundaries: A Biography of the Kyrgyzstan–Uzbekistan Boundary2012
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Nick Megoran
Professor Rachel Woodward
Daniel Bos
Wootton Bassett and the political spaces of remembrance and mourning2012
Professor Nick Megoran
Contesting danger: a new agenda for policy and scholarship on Central Asia2011
Professor Nick Megoran
Discourses of danger and the 'war on terror': Gothic Kyrgyzstan and the collapse of the Akaev regime2011
Professor Nick Megoran
War and peace? An agenda for peace research and practice in geography2011
Professor Nick Megoran
Author-critic forum: the politics of peace building in Tajikistan2010
Professor Nick Megoran
Neoclassical geopolitics2010
Professor Nick Megoran
Towards a geography of peace: pacific geopolitics and evangelical Christian Crusade apologies2010
Professor Nick Megoran
Framing Andijon, narrating the nation: Islam Karimov's account of the events of 13 May 20052008
Professor Nick Megoran
Militarism, realism, just war, or nonviolence? Critical geopolitics and the problem of normativity2008
Professor Nick Megoran
The task and responsibility of geopolitical analysis2008
Professor Nick Megoran
On researching 'ethnic conflict': Epistemology, politics, and a Central Asian boundary dispute2007
Professor Nick Megoran
Erratum: Performance, representation, and the economics of border control in Uzbekistan (Geopolitics vol. 10 (4) (712))2006
Professor Nick Megoran
For ethnography in political geography: Experiencing and re-imagining Ferghana Valley boundary closures2006
Professor Nick Megoran
God on our side? The church of England and the geopolitics of mourning 9/112006
Professor Nick Megoran
The critical geopolitics of danger in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan2006
Professor Nick Megoran
Halford Mackinder's 'Heartland': a Help or Hindrance? Tashkent, 23 December 20042005
Professor Nick Megoran
Performance, representation and the economics of border control in Uzbekistan2005
Professor Nick Megoran
Preventing conflict by building civil society: post-development theory and a Central Asian–UK policy success story2005
Professor Nick Megoran
The case for ending migration controls2005
Professor Nick Megoran
The case for ending migration controls Antipode 37 (4):638-642.2005
Professor Nick Megoran
Revisiting the 'pivot': the influence of Halford Mackinder on analysis of Uzbekistan's international relations,2004
Professor Nick Megoran
The critical geopolitics of the Uzbekistan– Kyrgyzstan Ferghana Valley boundary dispute, 1999–20002004