Jamie Lorimer
Jamie Lorimer
Associate Professor in Human Geography, University of Oxford
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TitleCited byYear
Nonhuman charisma
J Lorimer
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25 (5), 911-932, 2007
4002007
Urban reconciliation ecology: the potential of living roofs and walls
RA Francis, J Lorimer
Journal of environmental management 92 (6), 1429-1437, 2011
2832011
Multinatural geographies for the Anthropocene
J Lorimer
Progress in Human Geography 36 (5), 593-612, 2012
2812012
Wildlife in the Anthropocene: conservation after nature
J Lorimer
U of Minnesota Press, 2015
2572015
Moving image methodologies for more-than-human geographies
J Lorimer
cultural geographies 17 (2), 237-258, 2010
2062010
Wild experiments at the Oostvaardersplassen: rethinking environmentalism in the Anthropocene
J Lorimer, C Driessen
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 39 (2), 169-181, 2014
1302014
Counting corncrakes: The affective science of the UK corncrake census
J Lorimer
Social studies of science 38 (3), 377-405, 2008
1302008
Elephants as companion species: the lively biogeographies of Asian elephant conservation in Sri Lanka
J Lorimer
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (4), 491-506, 2010
1152010
Bovine biopolitics and the promise of monsters in the rewilding of Heck cattle
J Lorimer, C Driessen
Geoforum 48, 249-259, 2013
1002013
International conservation ‘volunteering’and the geographies of global environmental citizenship
J Lorimer
Political Geography 29 (6), 311-322, 2010
792010
Rewilding: Science, practice, and politics
J Lorimer, C Sandom, P Jepson, C Doughty, M Barua, KJ Kirby
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 40, 39-62, 2015
782015
Methodologies for animals’ geographies: Cultures, communication and genomics
T Hodgetts, J Lorimer
cultural geographies 22 (2), 285-295, 2015
782015
Living roofs and brownfield wildlife: towards a fluid biogeography of UK nature conservation
J Lorimer
Environment and Planning A 40 (9), 2042-2060, 2008
692008
What about the nematodes? Taxonomic partialities in the scope of UK biodiversity conservation
J Lorimer
Social & Cultural Geography 7 (4), 539-558, 2006
622006
After the ‘king of beasts’: Samuel Baker and the embodied historical geographies of elephant hunting in mid-nineteenth-century Ceylon
J Lorimer, S Whatmore
Journal of Historical Geography 35 (4), 668-689, 2009
582009
Urban ecosystems as ‘natural’homes for biogeographical boundary crossings
RA Francis, J Lorimer, M Raco
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (2), 183-190, 2012
562012
Posthumanism/posthumanistic geographies
J Lorimer
Elsevier, 2009
482009
The Anthropo-scene: A guide for the perplexed
J Lorimer
Social Studies of Science 47 (1), 117-142, 2017
432017
An interdisciplinary review of current and future approaches to improving human–predator relations
S Pooley, M Barua, W Beinart, A Dickman, G Holmes, J Lorimer, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (3), 513-523, 2017
352017
International conservation volunteering from the UK: what does it contribute?
J Lorimer
Oryx 43 (3), 352-360, 2009
352009
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