Andrew Williams
Andrew Williams
Lecturer in Human Geography
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Neoliberalism, Big Society, and progressive localism
A Williams, M Goodwin, P Cloke
Environment and Planning A 46 (12), 2798-2815, 2014
Co-constituting neoliberalism: Faith-based organisations, co-option, and resistance in the UK
A Williams, P Cloke, S Thomas
Environment and Planning A 44 (6), 1479-1501, 2012
The geographies of food banks in the meantime
P Cloke, J May, A Williams
Progress in Human Geography, 2016
Contested space: the contradictory political dynamics of food banking in the UK
A Williams, P Cloke, J May, M Goodwin
Environment and Planning A, 2016
Towards a geography of tolerance: post-politics and political forms of toleration.
N Gill, P Johnstone, A Williams
Political Geography 31 (8), 509-518, 2012
Postsecular geographies: theo‐ethics, rapprochement and neoliberal governance in a faith‐based drug programme
A Williams
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40 (2), 192-208, 2015
Spiritual landscapes of Pentecostal worship, belief, and embodiment in a therapeutic community: New critical perspectives
A Williams
Emotion, Space and Society 19, 45–55, 2016
Postsecularity, political resistance, and protest in the occupy movement
P Cloke, C Sutherland, A Williams
Antipode 48 (3), 497-523, 2016
Working faith: Faith-based organizations and urban social justice
P Cloke, J Beaumont, A Williams
Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2013
Radical faith praxis? Exploring the changing theological landscape of Christian faith motivation
P Cloke, S Thomas, A Williams
Faith-based organisations and exclusion in European cities, 105-126, 2012
FBOs and social exclusion in the United Kingdom
P Cloke, A Williams, S Thomas, D Dierckx, J Vranken, W Kerstens
Faith-based Organisations and Social Exclusion in European Cities. National …, 2009
Welfare convergence, bureaucracy, and moral distancing at the food bank
J May, A Williams, P Cloke, L Cherry
Antipode DOI: 10.1111/anti.12531, 2019
Residential ethnography, mixed loyalties, and religious power: ethical dilemmas in faith-based addiction treatment
A Williams
Social & Cultural Geography, 2016
Faith in Action: Faith-based Organizations, Welfare and Politics in the Contemporary City
P Cloke, S Thomas, A Williams
Working Faith: Faith-based Organizations and Urban Social Justice (eds. Paul …, 2013
Practical Theology and Christian responses to drug use
A Williams
Working Faith: Faith-based organizations and urban social justice, 47-65, 2013
Moralising the poor? Faith-based organisations, the big society and contemporary workfare policy
A Williams
Faith-based Organisations and Exclusion in European Cities Policy Press …, 2012
Geographies of Postsecularity: Re-envisioning politics, subjectivity, and ethics
P Cloke, C Baker, C Sutherland, A Williams
Routledge, 2019
Postsecularism as practice: theo-ethics and 'religion without religion' in a Salvation Army drug programme
A Williams
Compassion, Charity and Hope in the Postsecular City conference, University …, 2012
Geographies of faith, welfare and substance abuse: From neoliberalism to postsecular ethics
A Williams
University of Exeter, 2012
Working faith: faith-based communities involved in justice
P Cloke, J Beaumont, A Williams
Authentic Media, 2013
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