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Dr Paul Harrison - all publications

Edited book

  • Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. (2010). Taking-Place. Non Representational Theories and Geography. London: Ashgate.

Chapter in book

  • Harrison, P. (2010). Testimony and the truth of the other. In Taking-Place. Non Representational Theories and Geography. Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. London: Ashgate. 161-179.
  • Harrison, P. (2010). The broken thread: on being still. In Stillness in a Mobile World. Bissell, D. & Fuller, G. London: Routledge.
  • Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. (2010). The Promise of Non-Representational Theories. In Taking-Place: Non-Representational Theories and Geography. Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. Farnham: Ashgate. 1-36.
  • Harrison, P. (2006). Poststructuralist Theories. In Approaches to Human Geography. Aitken, S. & Valentine, G. London: Sage. 122-133.

Journal Article

  • Harrison, P. (2015). After affirmation, or, being a loser. On vitalism, sacrifice, and cinders. GeoHumanities 1(2): 285-306.
  • Harrison, P. (2009). In the absence of practice. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 27(6): 987-1009.
  • Harrison, P. (2009). Remaining Still. M/C Journal 12(1).
  • Harrison, P. (2008). Corporeal remains: vulnerability, proximity, and living on after the end of the world. Environment and Planning A 40(2): 423-445.
  • Harrison, P. (2007). 'How shall I say it.?' Relating the nonrelational. Environment and Planning A 39(3): 590-608.
  • Harrison, P. (2007). The space between us: Opening remarks on the concept of dwelling. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25(4): 625-647.
  • Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. (2006). Questioning Affect and Emotion. Area 38(3): 333-335.
  • Dewsbury, J.D., Harrison, P., Rose, M. & Wylie, J. (2002). Enacting geographies. Geoforum 33(4): 437-440.
  • Harrison, P. (2002). The Caesura: remarks on Wittgenstein's interruption of theory, or, why practices elude explanation. Geoforum 33(4): 487-503.
  • Harrsion, P. (2000). Making Sense: embodiment and the sensibilities of the everyday. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 18: 497-517.