Articles

Refereed Journal Articles (since 2000)

 

Jose Benedicto-RoyuelaSusan Buckingham & Malcolm Eames 2018 Transitions to sustainability in small islands: combining foresight scenarios with multi-criteria analysis to develop viable sustainability strategies in an EOR International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology

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Buckingham, S., Degen M., Marandet E. 2017 ‘Lived bodies’ and the neoliberal city – a case study of vulnerability in London. Gender, Place and Culture.

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Buckingham, S. 2017 Materializing ecosophy – yoga as an ethical

academic practice, Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 99:2, 143-155

Benedicto Royuela, J, Eames, M and Buckingham, S. 2016 ‘Participative foresight scenario mapping’: adapting an MCM method to appraise foresight scenarios for the long term sustainable development of a small island. Int. J. of Multicriteria Decision Making

 

Wainwright, E., Barker, J., Ansell, N., Buckingham, S., Hemming, P. and Smith, F. 2014 Geographers out of place: institutions, (inter)disciplinarity and identity. Area, 46: 410–417. doi: 10.1111/area.12126

 

Buckingham, S and Degen, M 2012 Sensing Our Way. Using Yoga as a Research Method Senses and Society 7,3:329-344

 

Krueger, R and Buckingham, S 2012 Toward a ‘Consensual’ Urban Politics? Creative Planning, Urban Sustainability and Regional Development International Journal of Urban and Regional Research  Article first published online: 19 JAN 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2427.2011.01073.x

 

Wainwright, E, Marandet, E., Buckingham, S., Smith, F. 2011 The training-to-work trajectory:pressures for and subversions to participation in the neoliberal learning market in the UK Gender, Place and Culture 18(5):635-654

 

Smith, F., Wainwright, E., Buckingham, S., Marandet, E 2011 Women, work-life balance and quality of life: case studies from the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland Gender, Place and Culture 18(5):603-610

 

Wainwright, E, Buckingham, S., Smith, F. 2010 ‘Body Training’: investigating the embodied training choices of/for mothers in West London. Geoforum 3/4

 

Buckingham S and Kulcur R 2009 Gendered Geographies of Environmental Injustice Antipode 41,4

 

Krueger R and Buckingham S 2009 ‘Creative City Scripts, Economic Development and Sustainability’ Geographical Review 99.1

 

Smith F, Barker J, Wainwright E, Marandet E, Buckingham S 2008  ‘A New Deal for Lone Parents? Training lone parents for work in West London’ Area 40,2

 

Turner I and Buckingham S 2008 Life Beyond First Degree: examining the impact of academic community placements on students’ careers and community involvement in Rust, C ed Proceedings of the 2006 14th international Symposium: Improving Student Learning; Improving Student Learning Through Teaching Oxford:Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development

 

Buckingham S, Marandet E, Smith F, Wainwright E 2006 ‘The liminality of training spaces – places of private/public transitions’ Geoforum 37: 895-905

 

Buckingham S, Reeves D and Batchelor A 2005 ‘Wasting Women: gender mainstreaming as a potential tool for environmental justice’ to Local Environment 10,4:427-444

 

Buckingham S 2005 ‘Women (Re)construct the Plot: the regen(d)eration of urban food growing’ to Area 37,3:171-179

 

Buckingham S 2004 Ecofeminism in the 21st Century The Geographical Journal 170,2: 146-154

 

Buckingham-Hatfield S 2002 Gender Equality: a pre-requisite for sustainable development Geography 87,3: 227-233

 

Buckingham-Hatfield S and Walker G 2002 From UNCED to the WSSD: reasons to be cheerful? Local Environment 7, 3: 237-240

 

Guest Editorship

 

Smith, F., Wainwright, E., Buckingham, S., Marandet, E 2011 Women, work-life balance and quality of life: case studies from the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland Gender, Place and Culture 18(5)

 

Krueger R and Buckingham, S 2009 Sustainability and the Creative City The Geographical Review 99:1

 

Williams C, Millington A and Buckingham S 2004 ‘Environment and Development in the UK’ The Geographical Journal 170,2 Document1

© 2016 Susan Buckingham