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Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Militarization, stigma, and resistance: negotiating military reservist identity in the civilian workplace2021
Professor Rachel Woodward
Militarisation and the creation of place2020
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
The possibilities and limits of impact and engagement in research on military institutions2020
Professor Rachel Woodward
A Research Agenda for Military Geographies2019
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military Geographies2019
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Bringing War to Book: Writing and Producing the Military Memoir2018
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Reserve Forces and the Privatization of the Military by the Nation State2018
Professor Rachel Woodward
An introduction to gender and the military2017
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Gender and military memoirs2017
Professor Rachel Woodward
Interventions on military mobilities2017
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
Militarisation, universities and the university armed service units2017
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military geography2017
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Serving in Troubled Times: British Military Personnel’s memories and accounts of service in Northern Ireland2017
Professor Rachel Woodward
The Palgrave International Handbook of Gender and the Military2017
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
Professor Rachel Woodward
An Introduction to Military Research Methods2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Combat, Cohesion, and Controversy: Disputatio Sine Fine2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Gendered divisions of military labour in the British armed forces2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military geography2016
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Photo-Elicitation and Military Research2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Reading between the lines: the normalisation of violence within military memoirs2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Regendering the military: theorizing women's military participation2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Researching Military Geographies2016
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Reserve forces and the transformation of British military organisation: soldiers, citizens and society2016
Dr Alison Williams
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
The Routledge Companion to Military Research Methods2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
The UK armed forces and the value of the university armed service units2016
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
The Uses of Military Memoirs in Military Research2016
Dr Matthew Rech
Daniel Bos
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
Professor Rachel Woodward
et al.
Geography, military geography and critical military studies2015
Esmeralda Kleinreesink
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
How (not) to Sell a Military Memoir in Britain2015
Esmeralda Kleinreesink
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
How (Not) to Sell a Military Memoir in Britain2015
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
The Value of the University Armed Service Units2015
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Communicating War through the Contemporary British Military Memoir: the Censorships of Genre, State, and Self2014
Professor Rachel Woodward
Looking at Military Landscapes: Definitions and Approaches2014
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military landscapes: Agendas and approaches for future research2014
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military Pastoral and the Military Sublime in British Army Training Landscapes2014
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Practices of authorial collaboration: the collaborative production of the contemporary military memoir2014
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Soldiers2014
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Military memoirs, their covers, and the reproduction of public narratives of war2012
Professor Jackie Leach Scully
Professor Rachel Woodward
Naming the unknown of Fromelles: DNA profiling, ethics and the identification of First World War bodies2012
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Soldiers' bodies and the contemporary British military memoir2012
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Soldiers' Photographic Representations of Participation in Armed Conflict2012
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
'This place isn't worth the left boot of one of our boys': Geopolitics, militarism and memoirs of the Afghanistan war2012
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Nick Megoran
Professor Rachel Woodward
Daniel Bos
Wootton Bassett and the political spaces of remembrance and mourning2012
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Military Identities in the Situated Accounts of British Military Personnel2011
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Alison Williams
Dr Matthew Rech
Ann Murphy
et al.
Military Occupations: Methodological approaches and the Military-Academy research nexus2011
Professor Rachel Woodward
Negotiating military identities: memory work and the use of personal photographs by British soldiers2011
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Reconstructing the Colonial Present in British Soldiers' Accounts of the Afghanistan Conflict2011
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
'I used to keep a camera in my top left-hand pocket': the photographic practices of British soldiers2010
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military Landscapes / Militære Landskap: The Military Landscape Photography of Ingrid Book and Carina Hedén2010
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
Negotiating Identity: Representation and self-representation of the soldier in photographs and memoirs2010
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Heroic anxieties: the figure of the British soldier in contemporary print media2009
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military Geographies2009
Professor Rachel Woodward
"Not for Queen and country or any of that shit...": reflections on citizenship and military participation in contemporary British soldier narratives2008
Professor Rachel Woodward
How military landscapes work.2008
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
'Presentations of Soldierly Identity in Print Media and Soldiers' own Photographic Accounts'2008
Dr Neil Jenkings
Professor Rachel Woodward
The Emergent Production of Analysis in Photo Elicitation: Pictures of Military Identity2008
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Trish Winter
Militarised countrysides: representations of war and rurality in British and American film2007
Professor Rachel Woodward
Narratives of destruction and survival: writing and reading about life in urban war zones2007
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Trish Winter
Sexing the soldier: the politics of gender and the contemporary British Army2007
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Trish Winter
Gender and the limits to diversity in the contemporary British Army2006
Professor Rachel Woodward
Warrior heroes and little green men: soldiers, military training and the construction of rural masculinities2006
Professor Rachel Woodward
From Military Geography to militarism's geographies: disciplinary engagements with the geographies of militarism and military activities2005
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Trish Winter
Discourses of gender in the contemporary British Army2004
Professor Rachel Woodward
Discourses on gender and rural restructuring in the United Kingdom2004
Professor Rachel Woodward
Military geographies2004
Professor Rachel Woodward
Locating military masculinities: space, place and the formation of gender identity and the British Army2003
Professor Rachel Woodward
Influences on leadership and local power in rural Britain2002
Professor Rachel Woodward
Leadership and local power in European rural development2002
Professor Rachel Woodward
Partnership working in rural regeneration - Review2002
Professor Rachel Woodward
Changing gender identities and the restructuring of the British Armed Forces2001
Professor Rachel Woodward
In trust and on trust: the strategy for the UK defence estate2001
Professor Rachel Woodward
Khaki conservation: an examination of military environmentalist discourses in the British Army2001
Professor Rachel Woodward
Landscapes of defence - Review2001
Professor Rachel Woodward
Local interests, regional needs or national imperative? The Otterburn question and the military training in rural areas2001
Andrew Cattermole
Professor Rachel Woodward
Public Access Restrictions and Environmental Conservation on the Otterburn Training Area2000
Professor Rachel Woodward
Warrior heroes and little green men: soldiers, military training, and the construction of rural masculinities2000
Professor Rachel Woodward
Community Development in North Yorkshire: An Assessment of the Objective 5b and LEADER II Programmes1999
Professor Rachel Woodward
Gunning for rural England: the politics of the promotion of military land use in the Northumberland National Park1999
Professor Philip Lowe
Dr Chris Ray
Professor Neil Ward
Professor Rachel Woodward
Participation in rural development1999
Professor Rachel Woodward
Defended Territory: The Otterburn Training Area and the 1997 Public Inquiry1998
Professor Rachel Woodward
'It's a man's life!': soldiers, masculinity and the countryside1998
Professor Philip Lowe
Dr Chris Ray
Professor Neil Ward
Professor Rachel Woodward
Participation in rural development: a review of European Experience1998
Professor Philip Lowe
Dr Chris Ray
Professor Neil Ward
Professor Rachel Woodward
Participation in rural development: a review of European experience1998
Professor Rachel Woodward
Rural Development and the Restructuring of the Defence Estate: a Preliminary Investigation1998
Professor Rachel Woodward
'Deprivation' and 'the rural': an investigation into contradictory discourses1996
Professor Rachel Woodward
Social polarisation 1971-1991: a micro-geographical analysis of Britain1996
Professor Rachel Woodward
Approaches towards the study of social polarization in the UK1995