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Department of Geography

Staff Profile

Professor Ben Anderson - all publications

Journal Article

Authored book

Chapter in book

  • Anderson, B. Affect. In: Castree, N et al The Wiley-AAG International Encyclopedia of Geography. Wiley-Blackwell; 2014.
  • Anderson, B. & Ash, J. Atmospheric Methods. In: Vannini, P. Non-representational methodologies. Routledge; 2014.
  • Anderson, B. Emergency/Everyday. In: Elias, A. & Burges, J. Time: A Vocabulary of the Present. NYU Press; 2014.
  • Anderson, B. Affect and Emotion. In: Johnson, N et al A Companion to Cultural Geography. 2012.
  • Anderson, B. Affect. In: Cloke, P. Crang, P. & Goodwin, M. Introducing Human Geographies. Hodder Arnold; 2012.
  • Anderson, B. Targeting Affective Life from Above: Morale and Airpower. In: Adey, P., Whitehead, M. & Williams, A. From Above: Verticality, Violence and Visual Culture. Hurst; 2012.
  • Anderson, B. Recorded music and Remembering. In: Rojek, C. Popular Music. London: Sage; 2011.
  • Anderson, B. Modulating the Excess of Affect: Morale in a State of Total War. In: Gregg, M. & Seigworth, G. The Affect and Cultural Theory Reader. London: Duke University Press; 2010.
  • Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. The Promise of Non-Representational Theories. In: Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. Taking-Place: Non-Representational Theories and Geography. Farnham: Ashgate; 2010:1-36.
  • Anderson, B. Entries for: Affect, Emotional Geographies, Non-representational Theory. In: Gregory, D. The Dictionary of Human Geography. 2009.
  • Anderson, B. Domestic Geographies of Affect. In: Greco, M. & Stenner, P. Emotions. A Social Science Reader. London: Routledge; 2008:201-205.
  • Anderson, B. Doreen Massey 'For Space' (2005). In: Hubbard, P., Valentine, G. & Kitchin, R. Key Texts in Human Geography. London: Sage; 2008.

Edited book

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