Thom Davies
Thom Davies
Assistant Professor - University of Nottingham
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Violent inaction: The necropolitical experience of refugees in Europe
T Davies, A Isakjee, S Dhesi
Antipode 49 (5), 1263-1284, 2017
1392017
Geography, migration and abandonment in the Calais refugee camp
T Davies, A Isakjee
Political Geography 100 (49), 93-95, 2015
652015
Toxic space and time: Slow violence, necropolitics, and petrochemical pollution
T Davies
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (6), 1537-1553, 2018
642018
Making space for failure in geographic research
E Harrowell, T Davies, T Disney
The Professional Geographer 70 (2), 230-238, 2018
552018
Informality and survival in Ukraine's nuclear landscape: living with the risks of Chernobyl
T Davies, A Polese
Journal of Eurasian Studies 6 (1), 34-45, 2015
502015
Slow violence and toxic geographies:‘Out of sight’to whom?
T Davies
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 2399654419841063, 2019
332019
Public health in the Calais refugee camp: environment, health and exclusion
S Dhesi, A Isakjee, T Davies
Critical Public Health 28 (2), 140-152, 2018
262018
An Environmental Health Assessment of the New Migrant Camp in Calais
S Dhesi, A Isakjee, T Davies
http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/Documents/college-les/gees/research/calais …, 2015
252015
A visual geography of Chernobyl: Double exposure
T Davies
International Labor and Working-Class History, 116-139, 2013
252013
Ruins of Empire: Refugees, race and the postcolonial geographies of European migrant camps
T Davies, A Isakjee
Geoforum 102, 214-217, 2019
222019
Towards nuclear geography: Zones, bodies, and communities
B Alexis‐Martin, T Davies
Geography Compass 11 (9), e12325, 2017
192017
Nuclear borders: Informally negotiating the Chernobyl exclusion zone
T Davies
Informal economies in post-socialist spaces, 225-244, 2015
132015
Panic on the streets of Birmingham? Struggles over space and belonging in the Revanchist City: Basia Spalek, Arshad Isakjee and Thom Davies reflect on what they saw
B Spalek, A Isakjee, T Davies
Criminal Justice Matters 87 (1), 14-15, 2012
92012
Instagram photography and the geography field course: snapshots from Berlin
T Davies, C Lorne, L Sealey-Huggins
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 43 (3), 362-383, 2019
72019
Eyewitness, Birmingham, 4pm, Tuesday 9 August 2011: Thom Davies provides photos and commentary
T Davies
Criminal Justice Matters 87 (1), 16-17, 2012
42012
Nuclear mushrooms: attitudes to risk and the state through food consumption in the Chernobyl border region
T Davies
Universitas 21 Graduate Research Conference on Food, 92, 2011
42011
Photography and toxic pollution: Exposing a chemical company
T Davies
Science as Culture 27 (4), 543-551, 2018
32018
Ukraine's other crisis: living in the shadow of Chernobyl e where victims receive just 9p a month and are left to fend for themselves
T Davies
Independent Newspaper 27 (4), 2014, 2014
22014
Clean and white: a history of environmental racism in the United States
T Davies
Ethnic and Racial Studies 40 (8), 1360-1362, 2017
12017
Informalidad y supervivencia en Chernóbil: etnografía de un espacio nuclear
T Davies, A Polese
methaodos. revista de ciencias sociales 3 (2), 221-238, 2015
12015
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