Vol 13, No 1 (2014)

Themed Sections: (1) The Impact Agenda and Human Geography in UK Higher Education (2) Enforced Disappearances

Table of Contents

Special Thematic Intervention

Intervention: The Impact Agenda and Human Geography in UK Higher Education
Amanda Rogers, Christopher Bear, Mia Hunt, Sarah Mills, Rebecca Sandover
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1-9
Visualising Critical Pathways to Impact: Images from the RGS-IBG 2012 Impact Sessions
Amanda Rogers, Mia Hunt
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10-18
Impact: Striking a blow or walking together?
Rachel Pain
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19-23
The Timeliness of Impact: Impacting Who, When, and for Whose Gain?
Jenny Pickerill
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24-26
Impacts Between Academic Researchers and Community Partners: Some Critical Reflections on Impact Agendas in a “Visual Arts for Resilience” Research Project
Hannah Macpherson, Angie Hart, Becky Heaver
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27-32
Impact as Odyssey
Deirdre Conlon, Nicholas Gill, Imogen Tyler, Ceri Oeppen
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33-38
Curiosity and the Politics of Impact
Richard Phillips
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39-42
Accidental Impact
James Kneale
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43-46
Organic Public Geographies and REF Impact
Ian Cook et al.
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47-51
Jennifer Turner
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52-55
Bad Research and High Impact: The Science: So What Campaign and Social Media Criticism
Jonathan Mendel
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56-61
Impact 2.0: The Production of Subjectivity, Expertise, and Responsibility in a Necrogeographical World
Lakhbir K. Jassal
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62-66
The AHRC Landscape and Environment Programme Director’s Impact Fellowship
Lucy Veale
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67-72

Special Theme

Enforced Disappearance: Spaces, Selves, Societies, Suffering
Kevin M. DeJesus, Fernando Bosco, Iman Humaydan
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73-78
Bruce D’Arcus
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79-99
Kevin A. Gould, Alicia Ivonne Estrada
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100-134
Owain Jones
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135-152

General

Spaces of Crisis, Experiences and Challenges: Reflections on the 10th Aegean Seminar, Syros Island, 5th - 8th September 2012, Greece
 
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153-162