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Professor Peter Hopkins
Spatializing hate: relational, intersectional and emotional approaches2022
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Raksha Pande
Working with community interviewers in social and cultural research2022
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matt Benwell
Young refugees and public space2022
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matt Benwell
“It’s like rubbing salt on the wound”: the impacts of Covid-19 and lockdown on asylum seekers and refugees2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Scotland’s Islamophobia: report of the inquiry into Islamophobia in Scotland by the Cross-Party Group on Tackling Islamophobia2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Robert Shaw
Quan Gao
Professor Alastair Bonnett
et al.
Social Geographies: An Introduction2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Social geography III: Committing to social justice2021
Professor Simon Tate
Professor Peter Hopkins
Studying Geography at University: How to Succeed in the First Year of Your New Degree2021
Carl Bonner-Thompson
Dr Graeme Mearns
Professor Peter Hopkins
Transgender negotiations of precarity: contested spaces of higher education2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Using intersectionality to explore social inequalities amongst Christian family migrants in China 2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
What is Islamophobia?2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Age2020
Dr Robin Finlay
Dr Matt Benwell
Professor Peter Hopkins
Covid-19: Responding to the needs of asylum seekers in challenging and dangerous times2020
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Anoop Nayak
Dr Matt Benwell
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Raksha Pande
et al.
Growing up in Sunderland: young people, politics and place2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Raksha Pande
Halal dating: Changing relationship attitudes and experiences among young British Muslims2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Households, families, and structural inequalities: Reflections on “How the other half lives”2020
Alessandro Boussalem
Professor Peter Hopkins
Intersectionality2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Introduction: establishing, placing, engaging and doing feminist geographies2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred in North East England2020
Rahielah Ali
Dr Raksha Pande
Professor Peter Hopkins
Mobilizing Pakistani heritage, approaching marriage2020
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Peter Hopkins
Resistance and Marginalisation: Islamophobia and the Political Participation of Young Muslims in Scotland2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Routledge Handbook of Gender and Feminist Geographies2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Sensitive topics2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Social Geography II: Islamophobia, transphobia, and sizism2020
Dr Graeme Mearns
Carl Bonner-Thompson
Professor Peter Hopkins
Trans experiences of a university campus in northern England2020
Dr Kawtar Najib
Professor Peter Hopkins
Where does Islamophobia take place and who is involved? Reflections from Paris and London2020
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Anoop Nayak
Dr Matt Benwell
Dr Raksha Pande
et al.
Brexit, race and migration2019
Professor Peter Hopkins
Nathar Iqbal
Dr Graeme Mearns
Everyday sexism2019
Professor Peter Hopkins
Nathar Iqbal
Dr Graeme Mearns
Dr Maddy Thompson
Exploring the experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic students and staff at Newcastle University2019
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Graeme Mearns
Carl Bonner-Thompson
LGBTQ+ experiences of a university campus2019
Professor Peter Hopkins
Masculinities and geography, moving forward: men's bodies, emotions and spiritualities2019
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matt Benwell
Peripheral visions: security by, and for, whom?2019
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Anoop Nayak
Dr Matt Benwell
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Raksha Pande
et al.
Race, place and young people in the age of Brexit2019
Professor Peter Hopkins
Social geography I: Intersectionality2019
Professor Simon Tate
Professor Peter Hopkins
Student perspectives on the importance of both academic and social transitions to and through their undergraduate geography degree2019
Dr Kawtar Najib
Professor Peter Hopkins
Veiled Muslim women's strategies in response to Islamophobia in Paris2019
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young Muslim women's political participation in Scotland: Exploring the intersections of gender, religion, class and place2019
Dr Kate Botterill
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young people’s everyday securities: pre-emptive and pro-active strategies towards ontological security in Scotland2019
Matthew Wood
Dr Andy Garbett
Dr Kellie Morrissey
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Madeline Balaam
et al.
"Protection on that erection?": Discourses of accountability & compromising participation in digital sexual health2018
Dr Kate Botterill
Professor Peter Hopkins
‘Living Rights’, Rights Claims, Performative Citizenship and Young People – The Right to Vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Andrew Gorman-Murray and Peter Hopkins in conversation: reflections on masculinities and sexualities research on GPC’s 25th anniversary2018
Dr Kate Botterill
Professor Peter Hopkins
Familial geopolitics and ontological security: intergenerational relations, migration and minority youth (in)securities in Scotland2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Feminist geographies and intersectionality2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Giselle Vincett
Rethinking youth spirituality through sacrilege and encounter2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Raksha Pande
'Sexual misery' or 'happy British Muslims'?: Contemporary depictions of Muslim sexuality2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Katherine Botterill
Towards inclusive geographies? Young people, religion, race and migration2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Graeme Mearns
Carl Bonner-Thompson
Transgender experiences of Newcastle University2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matt Benwell
Young people's everyday landscapes of security and insecurity2018
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Kate Botterill
Encountering Misrecognition: Being Mistaken for Being Muslim2017
Carl Bonner-Thompson
Professor Peter Hopkins
Geographies of the Body2017
Dr Kate Botterill
Professor Peter Hopkins
Minority ethnic young people: Confident negotiators2017
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Peter Hopkins
Muslim Youth and Political Participation in Scotland2017
Dr Kate Botterill
Professor Peter Hopkins
Muslim youth in Scotland: Politics, identity and multicultural citizenship2017
Daniel Bos
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Peter Hopkins
Jennifer Lloyd
Dr Michael Richardson
et al.
Reflections on the ESRC internship scheme for postgraduates2017
Professor Peter Hopkins
Religion2017
Professor Peter Hopkins
Research, relevance and respect: Co-creating a guide about involving young people in social research2017
Professor Peter Hopkins
Scotland's Muslims: Society, Politics and Identity2017
Dr Al Adib Samuri
Professor Peter Hopkins
Voices of Islamic Authorities: Friday Khutba in Malaysian Mosques2017
Dr Robin Finlay
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young Muslims’ political interests and political participations in Scotland2017
Dr Matt Benwell
Professor Peter Hopkins
Children, young people and critical geopolitics2016
Dr Matt Benwell
Professor Peter Hopkins
Conclusion2016
Professor Peter Hopkins
Deflections, displacements, disengagements2016
Professor Peter Hopkins
Gendering Islamophobia, racism and white supremacy: gendered violence against those who look Muslim2016
Dr Matt Benwell
Professor Peter Hopkins
Introduction: children, young people and critical geopolitics2016
Professor Peter Hopkins
Muslim students' cultural and religious experiences in city, suburban and regional university campuses in NSW, Australia2016
Professor Peter Hopkins
Muslim students' religious and cultural experiences in the micro-publics of university campuses in NSW, Australia2016
Dr Kate Botterill
Professor Peter Hopkins
Securing disunion: Young people’s nationalism, identities and (in)securities in the campaign for an independent Scotland2016
Professor Peter Hopkins
The geographies of everyday Muslim life in the West2016
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Simon McKerrell
Dr Michael Richardson
Community experiences of sectarianism2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Liz Todd
Creating an intentionally dialogic space: student activism and the Newcastle Occupation 20102015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Katherine Botterill
Faith, ethnicity, place: young people's everyday geopolitics in Scotland2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Focus groups2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Get your facts right: a guide to involving young people in social research2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Introduction: young people, gender and intersectionality2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Scales of Young People's Lives2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matthew Baillie Smith
Professor Nina Laurie
Transitions to religious adulthood: relational geographies of youth, religion and international volunteering2015
Jennifer Lloyd
Professor Peter Hopkins
Using interviews to research body size: methodological and ethical considerations2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young people and the Scottish Independence Referendum2015
Professor Peter Hopkins
Geographies of religion2014
Professor Peter Hopkins
Introduction: Masculinities and Place2014
Professor Peter Hopkins
Managing strangerhood: young Sikh men's strategies2014
Professor Peter Hopkins
Masculinities and Place2014
Professor Peter Hopkins
Geographies of Age2013
Dr Matthew Baillie Smith
Professor Nina Laurie
Professor Peter Hopkins
International volunteering, faith and subjectivity: negotiating cosmopolitanism, citizenship and development2013
Professor Peter Hopkins
Religion and place: landscape, politics and piety2013
Professor Peter Hopkins
Researching masculinities and the future of the WGSG2013
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Retheorizing the Postsecular Present: Embodiment, Spatial Transcendence, and Challenges to Authenticity Among Young Christians in Glasgow, Scotland2013
Professor Simon Tate
Professor Peter Hopkins
Re-thinking undergraduate students' transitions to, through and out of university: examples of good practice in GEES disciplines2013
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young people's geography2013
Rahielah Ali
Professor Peter Hopkins
Everyday making and civic engagement amongst Muslim women in Scotland2012
Professor Peter Hopkins
Everyday politics of fat2012
Professor Peter Hopkins
Exploring participatory diagramming in youth geographies2012
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Liz Todd
Occupying Newcastle University: student resistance to government spending cuts in England2012
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Young people and performance Christianity in Scotland2012
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matthew Rech
Dr Gisela Zapata
“These kids can’t write abstracts”: reflections on a postgraduate writing and publishing workshop2011
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Mapping intergenerationalities: the formation of youthful religiosities2011
Professor Peter Hopkins
Multiple, marginalised, passé or politically engaged? Some reflections on the current place of social geographies2011
Professor Rachel Pain
Professor Peter Hopkins
Reading Peter Hopkins' The Issue of Masculine Identities for British Muslims after 9/11: a social analysis2011
Professor Peter Hopkins
Teaching and Learning Guide for: Critical Geographies of Body Size2011
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Simon Tate
The transition to and through university for non-traditional local students: some observations for teachers2011
Professor Peter Hopkins
Towards critical geographies of the university campus: understanding the contested experiences of Muslim students2011
Professor Peter Hopkins
Contested bodies of asylum-seeking children2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matthew Baillie Smith
Professor Nina Laurie
Jovenes cristianos en America Latina: Las experiencias de jovenes cristianos que participan como voluntarios internacionales en proyectos de inspiracion religiosa en America Latina2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Masculinities - Maanlichkeitsforschung in der Kulturgeographie2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Catherine Alexander
Politics, mobility and nationhood: upscaling young people's geographies2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Spaces of multiculturalism2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Michael Hill
The needs and strengths of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and young people in Scotland2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
The politics of identifying Muslim identities2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Dr Matthew Baillie Smith
Professor Nina Laurie
Young Christians in Latin America: the experiences of young Christians who participate in faith-based international volunteering projects in Latin America2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young People, Place and Identity2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young people's spaces2010
Professor Peter Hopkins
Common Ground: a space of emotional well-being for young asylum seekers2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Deconstructing geographical binaries: Muslims in the West2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Geographical contributions to understanding contemporary Islam: current trends and future directions2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Masculinities2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Masculinities in place: situated identities, relations and intersectionality2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Men, women, positionalities and emotion: doing feminist geographies of religion2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Muslims in Britain: race, place and identities2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Muslims in Britain: race, space and the spatiality of identities2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Responding to the 'crisis of masculinity': the perspectives of young Muslim men from Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Safeguarding children who are refugees or asylum seekers: managing multiple scales of legislation and policy2009
Professor Rachel Pain
Professor Peter Hopkins
Social geographies of age: landscapes, lifecourses, equity and justice2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Women, men, positionalities and emotion: Doing feminist geographies of religion2009
Professor Peter Hopkins
Critical geographies of body size2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Ethical issues in research with unaccompanied asylum-seeking children2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Interdisciplinary perspectives: ethical issues and child research2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Is there more to life? Relationalities in here and out there: A reply to Horton and Kraftl2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Pre-flight experiences and migration stories: the accounts of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Race, nation and politics: the difference that Scotland makes2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Scaling segregation; racialising fear2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
The Issue of Masculine Identities for British Muslims After 9/11: A Social Analysis2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young, male, Scottish and Muslim: a portrait of Kabir2008
Professor Peter Hopkins
‘Blue squares’, ‘proper’ Muslims and transnational networks Narratives of national and religious identities amongst young Muslim men living in Scotland2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Cultural diversity and sustainable water management in Greater London: the research agenda2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Geographies of age: Thinking relationally2007
Clare Aitchison
Professor Peter Hopkins
Geographies of Muslim Identities: Diaspora, Gender and Belonging2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Global events, national politics, local lives: young Muslim men in Scotland2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Introduction: Geographies of Muslim Identities2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Positionalities and knowledge: Negotiating ethics in practice2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Thinking critically and creatively about focus groups2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young Muslim men’s experiences of local landscapes after 11 September 20012007
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young people, masculinities, religion and race: new social geographies2007
Professor Peter Hopkins
‘This is a good place to live and think about the future’: the needs and experiences of unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people in Scotland.2006
Professor Peter Hopkins
Youth transitions and going to university: the perceptions of students attending a geography summer school access programme2006
Professor Peter Hopkins
Youthful Muslim masculinities: gender and generational relations2006
Professor Peter Hopkins
Editorial introduction: race, religion and the census2005
Professor Peter Hopkins
Reflections on Postgraduate Research Training: Staff and Student Perspectives2005
Professor Peter Hopkins
Everyday Racism in Scotland: A Case Study of East Pollokshields2004
Professor Peter Hopkins
Young Muslim men in Scotland: Inclusions and Exclusions2004