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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Alison Williams
Geopolitics and the event: rethinking Britain’s Iraq war through art (book review)2021
Dr Alison Williams
More blue, less green: considering what an aerial perspective can bring to military geography research2019
Dr Alison Williams
Aircraft carriers and the capacity to mobilise US power across the Pacific, 1919–19292017
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
Militarisation, universities and the university armed service units2017
Dr Alison Williams
The Empire's Edge: Militarization, Resistance, and Transcending Hegemony in the Pacific (Book Review)2017
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
Professor Rachel Woodward
An Introduction to Military Research Methods2016
Dr Matthew Rech
Dr Alison Williams
Researching at military airshows: a dialogue about ethnography and autoethnography2016
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
Dr Matthew Rech
Daniel Bos
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
Professor Rachel Woodward
et al.
Geography, military geography and critical military studies2015
Professor Rachel Woodward
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Alison Williams
The Value of the University Armed Service Units2015
Dr Alison Williams
Disrupting air power: performativity and the unsettling of geopolitical frames through artworks2014
Dr Jonathan Pugh
Dr Alison Williams
Beyond the securitisation of development: The limits of intervention, developmentisation of security and repositioning of purpose in the UK Coalition Government’s policy agenda2013
Dr Alison Williams
From Above: war, violence and verticality2013
Dr Alison Williams
Dr Sam Jeffrey
Dr Fiona McConnell
Professor Nick Megoran
Dr Raksha Pande
et al.
Interventions in teaching political geography: reflections on practice2013
Dr Alison Williams
Re-Orientating Vertical Geopolitics2013
Dr Alison Williams
Air-Target: distance, reach and the politics of verticality2011
Dr Alison Williams
Blurring Boundaries/Sharpening Borders: Analysing the US’s Use of Military Aviation Technologies to Secure International Borders, 2001-20082011
Dr Alison Williams
Enabling persistent presence? Performing the embodied geopolitics of the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle assemblage2011
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
Dr Martin Coward
Dr Alison Williams
Reading Peter Adey's Aerial Life2011
Dr Alison Williams
Reconceptualising spaces of the air: performing the multiple spatialities of UK military airspaces2011
Dr Alison Williams
A crisis in aerial sovereignty? Considering the implications of recent military violations of national airspace2010
Dr Alison Williams
Beyond the Sovereign Realm: the geopolitics and power relations in and of outer space2010
Dr Alison Williams
Flying the flag: Pan American Airways and the projection of US power across the interwar Pacific2010
Dr Alison Williams
The territorial integrity of Iraq, 2003-2007: invocation, violation, viability2009
Dr Alison Williams
Delimitation and demarcation: analysing the legacy of Stephen B. Jones’s Boundary-Making2008
Dr Alison Williams
Hakumat al Tayarrat: the role of air power in the enforcement of Iraq's borders2007
Professor David Campbell
Dr Sam Jeffrey
Dr Alison Williams
Performing security: the imaginative geographies of current US strategy2007
Dr Alison Williams
Understanding maritime jurisdictional disputes: the East China Sea and beyond2005