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Publications 2010

Journal Articles

Graeme Evans, 'New Events in Historic Venues: A Case of London' Rivista di Scienze del Turismo, 2, 149-166

Joan Smith 'Capabilities and resilience among people using homeless services' Housing, Care and Support 13 (1) pp9-18

Jo Foord (2010) ‘Mixed use trade-offs: how to live and work in a ‘compact city’ neighbourhood’, Built Environment 36(1): 47-62 Special ‘Compact City Revisited’

Worpole, K. (2010) ‘Essex’. In: Towards Re-Enchantment: Place and Its Meanings, www.artevents.info

Books/Chapters

Graeme Evans, (2010)'London 2012' in R & M Gold (EDS) (2010) Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning and the World Games 1896-2012: pp359-389

Kellaher, L. (2010) ‘Wandering Lines and Cul-de-sacs: Trajectories of Ashes in the UK’. In: Hockey, J. et al (eds) The Mater of Death: Space, Place and Materiality. Palgrave Macmillan

Leonie Kellaher and Ken Worpole , 'Bringing the Dead Back Home: Urban Public Spaces as Sites for New Patterns of Mourning and Memorialiation' in Maddrell, A and Sidaway, J.D (eds) (2010) 'Deadscapes: Spaces for Death, Dying and Remembrance', Ashgate

Frances Holliss 'From Longhouse to live/work unit; parallel histories and absent narratives'.
in Ed Peter Guillery (eds)(2010) Built from Below; British Architecture and the Vernacular, Routledge.

John Mooney with Walker G. (2010) Modelling and Risk in Spatial Context: Major Accident Hazards in the UK. in Coanus, T. , Comby, J. , Duchêne, F. and Martinais, E. (eds) Risques et territoires - Interroger et comprendre la dimension locale de quelques risques contemporains. Paris, Editions Tec & Doc: 97-106

Worpole, K. (2010) ‘Making Hospice Space’. In: Hockey, J. et al (eds) The Matter of Death: Space, Place and Materiality. Palgrave Macmillan

Research Reports

Sue Bagwell (with Simon Doff) 'Fast Food Outlets in Tower Hamlets and the Provision of Healthier Food Choices' pp41






 

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