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Celtic pilgrimage, past and present: from historical geography to contemporary embodied practices (2016)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A., & Scriven, R. (2016). Celtic pilgrimage, past and present: from historical geography to contemporary embodied practices. Social and Cultural Geography, 17(2), 300-321. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2015.1066840

© 2016 The Author(s). Published by Taylor & Francis. Perigrinatio, the Latin term for pilgrimage was at the heart of the medieval Celtic church, but was this was understood and practised not only as a journey to a shrine, but more broadly as a spir... Read More about Celtic pilgrimage, past and present: from historical geography to contemporary embodied practices.

Mapping grief. A conceptual framework for understanding the spatial dimensions of bereavement, mourning and remembrance (2015)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A. (2016). Mapping grief. A conceptual framework for understanding the spatial dimensions of bereavement, mourning and remembrance. Social and Cultural Geography, 17(2), 166-188. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2015.1075579

© 2015 The Author(s). Published by Taylor & Francis. Abstract: This paper highlights the significance of the spatial dimensions of the universal human phenomena of bereavement. Grief, mourning and remembrance are experienced in and mapped upon (i)... Read More about Mapping grief. A conceptual framework for understanding the spatial dimensions of bereavement, mourning and remembrance.

Mind the gap: Gender disparities still to be addressed in UK higher education geography (2015)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A., Strauss, K., Thomas, N. J., & Wyse, S. (2016). Mind the gap: Gender disparities still to be addressed in UK higher education geography. Area, 48(1), 48-56. https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12223

© 2015 Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers). This paper evidences persistent gender inequalities in UK higher education (HE) geography departments. The two key sources of data used are: Higher Education Statistics Ag... Read More about Mind the gap: Gender disparities still to be addressed in UK higher education geography.

Spectators’ Negotiations of Risk, Masculinity and Performative Mobilities at the TT Races (2015)
Journal Article
Terry, A., Maddrell, A., Gale, T., & Arlidge, S. (2015). Spectators’ Negotiations of Risk, Masculinity and Performative Mobilities at the TT Races. Mobilities, 10(4), 628-648. https://doi.org/10.1080/17450101.2014.895175

© 2014 Taylor & Francis. Abstract: This paper explores the particular assemblage of place, event and individual identity performances that occur each year in the Isle of Man in and through the TT (Tourist Trophy) motorcycle races. These road races... Read More about Spectators’ Negotiations of Risk, Masculinity and Performative Mobilities at the TT Races.

Sacred Mobilities: Journeys of Belief and Belonging (2015)
Book
Maddrell, A., Terry, A., & Gale, T. (2015). A. Maddrell, A. Terry, & T. Gale (Eds.), Sacred Mobilities: Journeys of Belief and Belonging. Routledge

A collection of papers that draws upon the Mobilities Approach to look afresh at notions of sacred where they intersect with people, objects and other things on the move. Considerations of a wide range of spiritual meanings and practices also sheds l... Read More about Sacred Mobilities: Journeys of Belief and Belonging.

To read or not to read? The politics of overlooking gender in the geographical canon (2015)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A. (2015). To read or not to read? The politics of overlooking gender in the geographical canon. Journal of Historical Geography, 49, 31-38. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2015.04.013

Wherever there is an established 'canon' within an established scholarly arena, this is near universally dominated by texts written by men. Whilst historical contextual reasons may account for the gendering of such knowledge production in relation to... Read More about To read or not to read? The politics of overlooking gender in the geographical canon.

Christian Pilgrimage, Landscape and Heritage: Journeying to the Sacred (2014)
Book
Maddrell, A., della Dora, V., Scafi, A., & Walton, H. (2014). Christian Pilgrimage, Landscape and Heritage: Journeying to the Sacred. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

This volume provides a theoretically and empirically-grounded study of the significance of landscape in the experience of Christian pilgrimage across different denominations and its intersection with cultural heritage and tourism. The book focuses on... Read More about Christian Pilgrimage, Landscape and Heritage: Journeying to the Sacred.

Educating (2014)
Book Chapter
Hill, J., & Maddrell, A. (2014). Educating. In S. Roberts, C. Withers, R. Kitchin, V. Lawson, A. Paasi, C. Philo, …N. Castree (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Human Geography, 381-403. SAGE

This chapter considers the nature of what it is to ‘educate geographically’, how this has developed historically, its impact on students’ world views and experiences, and what key challenges and opportunities face contemporary geographical education.... Read More about Educating.

Living with the deceased: Absence, presence and absence-presence (2013)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A. (2013). Living with the deceased: Absence, presence and absence-presence. cultural geographies, 20(4), 501-522. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474474013482806

In this paper I build on my previous case-study focused research on memorialization to develop a thesis for absence-presence evidenced in vernacular memorial artifacts, spaces and performances at a variety of scales and locations across the British I... Read More about Living with the deceased: Absence, presence and absence-presence.

Crossing surfaces in search of the holy: Landscape and liminality in contemporary christian pilgrimage (2013)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A., & della Dora, V. (2013). Crossing surfaces in search of the holy: Landscape and liminality in contemporary christian pilgrimage. Environment and Planning A, 45(5), 1105-1126. https://doi.org/10.1068/a45148

This paper examines the role of surfaces in pilgrimage practices and experiences in two denominational and cultural contexts and landscape settings for Christian pilgrimage: a week of Ecumenical pilgrimage walks in the Isle of Man and Orthodox pilgri... Read More about Crossing surfaces in search of the holy: Landscape and liminality in contemporary christian pilgrimage.

‘Praying the Keeills'. Rhythm, meaning and experience on pilgrimage journeys in the Isle of Man. (2011)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A. (2011). on pilgrimage journeys in the Isle of Man

This paper explores the concept of ‘the travelling being’ through the lens of pilgrimage walks in the Isle of Man in the British Isles. Focusing on pilgrimage offers a particular spiritually-inflected perspective on the experience of travel and ass... Read More about ‘Praying the Keeills'. Rhythm, meaning and experience on pilgrimage journeys in the Isle of Man..

An interview with Anne Buttimer: An autobiographical window on geographical thought and practice 1965-2005 (2009)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A. (2009). An interview with Anne Buttimer: An autobiographical window on geographical thought and practice 1965-2005. Gender, Place and Culture, 16(6), 741-765. https://doi.org/10.1080/09663690903279179

Anne Buttimer's 40 years of geographical publications have been influential and international in scope. She has also played an important institutional role within the International Geographical Union, culminating in her presidency 2000-2004. The rela... Read More about An interview with Anne Buttimer: An autobiographical window on geographical thought and practice 1965-2005.

Marion Isabel Newbigin (1869-1968) (2009)
Book Chapter
Maddrell, A. (2009). Marion Isabel Newbigin (1869-1968). In C. Withers, & H. Lorimer (Eds.), Geographers Biobibliographical Studies, 119-131. Continuum

A place for grief and belief: The Witness Cairn, Isle of Whithorn, Galloway, Scotland (2009)
Journal Article
Maddrell, A. (2009). A place for grief and belief: The Witness Cairn, Isle of Whithorn, Galloway, Scotland. Social and Cultural Geography, 10(6), 674-693. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649360903068126

This paper draws on a case study of the Witness Cairn, at the Isle of Whithorn, Galloway, Scotland, to explore the relationship between bereavement practices and expressions of belief manifest in this particular place. The cairn is embedded in histor... Read More about A place for grief and belief: The Witness Cairn, Isle of Whithorn, Galloway, Scotland.

Men, mountains and memory: Discourses of wilderness, entitlement and gender in online and media debates on mountainside memorials (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Maddrell, A. (2008, June). Men, mountains and memory: Discourses of wilderness, entitlement and gender in online and media debates on mountainside memorials. Paper presented at AHRC Conference: Memory, Mourning and Landscape

The proliferation of 'spontaneous' memorials in British uplands has resulted in fierce contestation of memorialisation practices on mountain tops. This contestation has been expressed performatively, principally through the removal of memorials, and... Read More about Men, mountains and memory: Discourses of wilderness, entitlement and gender in online and media debates on mountainside memorials.


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