Hilary Geoghegan
Hilary Geoghegan
Professor of Geography, University of Reading
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Human geographies of climate change: Landscape, temporality, and lay knowledges
C Brace, H Geoghegan
Progress in Human Geography 35 (3), 284-302, 2011
Understanding motivations for citizen science
H Geoghegan, A Dyke, R Pateman, S West, G Everett
Final report on behalf of UKEOF, University of Reading, Stockholm …, 2016
(Re) enchanting geography? The nature of being critical and the character of critique in human geography
T Woodyer, H Geoghegan
Progress in Human Geography 37 (2), 195-214, 2013
On climate change and cultural geography: farming on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK
H Geoghegan, C Leyson
Climatic Change 113, 55-66, 2012
Museum geography: Exploring museums, collections and museum practice in the UK
H Geoghegan
Geography Compass 4 (10), 1462-1476, 2010
Emotional geographies of enthusiasm: belonging to the T elecommunications H eritage G roup
H Geoghegan
Area 45 (1), 40-46, 2013
Architectural enthusiasm: visiting buildings with the Twentieth Century Society
R Craggs, H Geoghegan, H Neate
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 31 (5), 879-896, 2013
Object-love at the Science Museum: cultural geographies of museum storerooms
H Geoghegan, A Hess
cultural geographies 22 (3), 445-465, 2015
Initiating and continuing participation in citizen science for natural history
G Everett, H Geoghegan
BMC ecology 16, 15-22, 2016
A new pattern for historical geography: working with enthusiast communities and public history
H Geoghegan
Journal of Historical Geography 46, 105-107, 2014
Creating positive environmental impact through citizen science
T van Noordwijk, I Bishop, S Staunton-Lamb, A Oldfield, S Loiselle, ...
The science of citizen science, 373-395, 2021
Cultural geography and enchantment: The affirmative constitution of geographical research
H Geoghegan, T Woodyer
Journal of Cultural Geography 31 (2), 218-229, 2014
What is going wrong with community engagement? How flood communities and flood authorities construct engagement and partnership working
P Mehring, H Geoghegan, HL Cloke, JM Clark
Environmental science & policy 89, 109-115, 2018
Anticipatory objects and uncertain imminence: cattle grids, landscape and the presencing of climate change on the Lizard Peninsula, UK
C Leyshon, H Geoghegan
Area 44 (2), 237-244, 2012
“If you can walk down the street and recognise the difference between cast iron and wrought iron, the world is altogether a better place”: Being Enthusiastic about Industrial …
H Geoghegan
M/C Journal 12 (2), 2009
Managing enthusiasm: Between ‘extremist’volunteers and ‘rational’professional practices in architectural conservation
R Craggs, H Geoghegan, H Neate
Geoforum 74, 1-8, 2016
Growing alone, growing together, growing apart? Reflections on the social organisation of voluntary urban food production in Britain
R Wiltshire, L Geoghegan
Sustainable Food Planning: evolving theory and practice, 337-348, 2012
Shifting Shores: Managing Challenge and Change on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, UK
H Geoghegan, CS Leyshon
Landscape Research 39 (6), 631-646, 2014
Measuring soil colour to estimate soil organic carbon using a large-scale citizen science-based approach
N Ferrando Jorge, J Clark, ML Cárdenas, H Geoghegan, V Shannon
Sustainability 13 (19), 11029, 2021
The culture of enthusiasm: technology, collecting and museums
H Geoghegan
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