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Browsing publications by Professor Alison Stenning.

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Dr Matej Blazek
Professor Alison Stenning
Neoliberal subjectivities and the teaching and learning of emotional geographies2022
Dr Josephine Wildman
Dr Anna Goulding
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Professor Thomas Scharf
Professor Alison Stenning
et al.
Intergenerational equity, equality and reciprocity in economically and politically turbulent time: narratives from across generations2021
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Rachel Pain
Dr Robert Shaw
Quan Gao
Professor Alastair Bonnett
et al.
Social Geographies: An Introduction2021
Professor Alison Stenning
Feeling the Squeeze: Towards a Psychosocial Geography of Austerity in Low-to-Middle Income Families2020
Professor Alison Stenning
Dariusz Swiatek
Credit, Debt, and Everyday Financial Practices: Low-Income Households in Two Postsocialist Cities2010
Professor Alison Stenning
Dariusz Swiatek
Domesticating Neo-liberalism: Spaces of Economic Practice and Social Reproduction in Post-socialist Cities2010
Professor Alison Stenning
The UK economy and the transformation of East Central Europe2010
Professor Alison Stenning
Work, place and community in socialism and post-socialism2010
Professor Jane Pollard
Dr Cheryl McEwan
Professor Nina Laurie
Professor Alison Stenning
Economic geography under postcolonial scrutiny2009
Professor Alison Stenning
Dr Stuart Dawley
Poles to Newcastle: Grounding New Migrant Flows in Peripheral Regions2009
Professor Alison Stenning
A tale of two institutions: shaping Oświęcim-Auschwitz2008
Professor Alison Stenning
Ethnographies of postsocialist change2008
Professor Alison Stenning
For working class geographies2008
Professor Alison Stenning
History, Geography and Difference in the Post-socialist World: Or, Do We Still Need Post-Socialism?2008
Professor Alison Stenning
In the front line: women, work and new spaces of labour politics in Poland2008
Dr Stuart Dawley
Professor Alison Stenning
Professor Andy Pike
Mapping Corporations, Connecting Communities: Remaking Steel Geographies in Northern England and Southern Poland2008
Professor Alison Stenning
Social justice and neoliberalism: global perspectives2008
Professor Alison Stenning
Dariusz Swiatek
The emergence of a working poor: Labour markets, neoliberalisation and diverse economies in post-socialist cities2008
Professor Alison Stenning
Displacing steel: Rethinking Poland’s ‘New Steelworks’ beyond the steelworks2007
Professor Alison Stenning
Dariusz Swiatek
Poverty and household economic practices in Nowa Huta, Poland2007
Professor Alison Stenning
Professor Anthony Champion
Cheryl Conway
Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes
Dr Stuart Dawley
et al.
Assessing the local and regional impacts of international migration2006
Professor Alison Stenning
Beyond household economies: articulations and spaces of economic practice in postsocialism2006
Professor Alison Stenning
'Out of place' in Auschwitz? Contested development in post-war and post-socialist Oświęcim2006
Professor Alison Stenning
EBRD2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Out there and in here: studying Eastern Europe in the West2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Post-socialism2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Post-socialism and the changing geographies of the everyday in Poland2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Przestrzenne bariery upamiętnienia: Oświęcim i Państwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau [Spatial constraints of commemoration: Oświęcim and the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum]2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Public sector reform and women's work in Poland: 'Working for juice, coffee and cheap cosmetics!'2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Re-placing work: economic transformations and the shape of a community in post-socialist Poland2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Transformation of life, work and community in post-socialist Europe: A westerner studies Nowa Huta2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Where is the post-socialist working class? Working-class lives in the spaces of (post-)socialism2005
Professor Alison Stenning
Conclusions: facing the future?2004
Professor Alison Stenning
contributions2004
Professor Alison Stenning
East Central Europe and the former Soviet Union: the post-socialist states2004
Professor Alison Stenning
Introduction2004
Professor Alison Stenning
Urban change and the localities2004
Professor Alison Stenning
Shaping the economic landscapes of postsocialism? Labour, workplace and community in Nowa Huta, Poland2003
Professor Alison Stenning
Out with the old, in With the new? The changing experience of work for Polish women2002
Professor Alison Stenning
Globalization and transformation: making connections, opening spaces?2001
Professor Alison Stenning
The progress of economic transition in east central Europe2001
Professor Alison Stenning
Placing (post-)socialism: the making and remaking of Nowa Huta, Poland2000
Professor Alison Stenning
Globalisation and transformation: the changing geography of the post-socialist world1999
Professor Alison Stenning
Marketisation and democratisation in the Russian Federation: The case of Novosibirsk1999
Professor Alison Stenning
Economic restructuring and regional change in Russia1998
Professor Alison Stenning
Economic restructuring and local change in the Russian Federation1997