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Julie Cupples
Julie Cupples
Professor of Human Geography and Cultural Studies, University of Edinburgh
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The field as a landscape of desire: sex and sexuality in geographical fieldwork
J Cupples
Area 34 (4), 382-390, 2002
2152002
Seen and not heard? Text messaging and digital sociality
L Thompson, J Cupples
Social & Cultural Geography 9 (1), 95-108, 2008
1562008
Gender and Hurricane Mitch: Reconstructing subjectivities after disaster
J Cupples
Disasters 31 (2), 155-175, 2007
1372007
Towards a heterogeneous environmental responsibility: sustainability and cycling fundamentalism
J Cupples, E Ridley
Area 40 (2), 254-264, 2008
932008
Far from being “Home Alone”: The dynamics of accompanied fieldwork
J Cupples, S Kindon
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 24 (2), 211-228, 2003
932003
Anything to declare? The politics and practicalities of leaving the field
S Kindon, J Cupples
Scheyvens R and Storey D (eds) Development Fieldwork: A Practical Guide, 197-215, 2003
93*2003
``Put on a jacket, you wuss'': cultural identities, home heating, and air pollution in Christchurch, New Zealand
J Cupples, V Guyatt, J Pearce
Environment and Planning A 39 (12), 2883, 2007
902007
Giving an account of oneself: The PBRF and the neoliberal university
J Cupples, E Pawson
New Zealand Geographer 68 (1), 14-23, 2012
802012
Heterotextuality and digital foreplay: Cell phones and the culture of teenage romance
J Cupples, L Thompson
Feminist Media Studies 10 (1), 1-17, 2010
702010
Shifting networks of power in Nicaragua: relational materialisms in the consumption of privatized electricity
J Cupples
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101 (4), 939-948, 2011
602011
Unsettling Eurocentrism in the Westernized University
J Cupples, R Grosfoguel
512018
Indigenizing and decolonizing higher education on Nicaragua’s Atlantic Coast
J Cupples, K Glynn
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 35 (1), 56–71, 2014
492014
Wild Globalization: The Biopolitics of Climate Change and Global Capitalism on Nicaragua's Mosquito Coast
J Cupples
Antipode, 2011
492011
Love and money in an age of neoliberalism: gender, work, and single motherhood in postrevolutionary Nicaragua
J Cupples
Environment and Planning A 37 (2), 305-322, 2005
482005
The mediation and remediation of disaster: Hurricanes Katrina and Felix in/and the new media environment
J Cupples, K Glynn
Antipode 46 (2), 359-381, 2014
442014
Latin American Development
J Cupples
Routledge, 2013
442013
Hybrid cultures of postdevelopment: The struggle for popular hegemony in rural Nicaragua
J Cupples, K Glynn, I Larios
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97 (4), 786-801, 2007
412007
Mediated Geographies and Geographies of Media
S Mains, J Cupples, C Lukinbeal
Springer, 2015
38*2015
Negotiating and queering US hegemony in TV drama: popular geopolitics and cultural studies
K Glynn, J Cupples
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (2), 271-287, 2015
372015
Returning to university and writing the field
J Cupples, S Kindon
Scheyvens R and Storey D (eds) Development Fieldwork: A Practical Guide, 217-231, 2003
372003
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