Alan Latham
TitleCited byYear
Research, performance, and doing human geography: Some reflections on the diary–photograph, diary–interview method
A Latham
The Cultural Geography Reader, 80-88, 2008
Transnational urbanism: attending to everyday practices and mobilities
D Conradson, A Latham
Journal of Ethnic and Migration studies 31 (2), 227-233, 2005
Moving cities: rethinking the materialities of urban geographies
A Latham, DP McCormack
Progress in human geography 28 (6), 701-724, 2004
Friendship, networks and transnationality in a world city: Antipodean transmigrants in London
D Conradson, A Latham
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 31 (2), 287-305, 2005
Urbanity, lifestyle and making sense of the new urban cultural economy: notes from Auckland, New Zealand
A Latham
Urban Studies 40 (9), 1699-1724, 2003
The affective possibilities of London: Antipodean transnationals and the overseas experience
D Conradson, A Latham
Mobilities 2 (2), 231-254, 2007
Retheorizing the scale of globalization: topologies, actor‐networks, and cosmopolitanism
A Latham
Geographies of power: Placing scale, 115-144, 2002
Thinking with images in non‐representational cities: vignettes from Berlin
A Latham, DP McCormack
Area 41 (3), 252-262, 2009
Researching and writing everyday accounts of the city: an introduction to the diary-photo diary-interview method
A Latham
The possibilities of performance
A Latham, D Conradson
Environment and Planning A 35 (11), 1901-1906, 2003
Key concepts in urban geography
A Latham, D McCormack, K McNamara, D McNeill
Sage, 2008
On the move? Labour migration in times of recession
J Dobson, A Latham, J Salt
Policy Network Paper, 1-23, 2009
On the hard work of domesticating a public space
R Koch, A Latham
Urban studies 50 (1), 6-21, 2013
Rethinking urban public space: accounts from a junction in West London
R Koch, A Latham
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (4), 515-529, 2012
The history of a habit: jogging as a palliative to sedentariness in 1960s America
A Latham
cultural geographies 22 (1), 103-126, 2015
Escalator London? A case study of New Zealand tertiary educated migrants in a global city
D Conradson, A Latham
Journal of Contemporary European Studies 13 (2), 159-172, 2005
The power of distraction: distraction, tactility, and habit in the work of Walter Benjamin
A Latham
Environment and Planning D: Society and space 17 (4), 451-473, 1999
Inhabiting infrastructure: exploring the interactional spaces of urban cycling
A Latham, PRH Wood
Environment and Planning A 47 (2), 300-319, 2015
Digital photography and web-based assignments in an urban field course: Snapshots from Berlin
A Latham, DP Mccormack
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 31 (2), 241-256, 2007
Euro-Commentary: Anglophone urban studies and the European city: some comments on interpreting Berlin
A Latham
European Urban and Regional Studies 13 (1), 88-92, 2006
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