2012: PhD in Human Geography
2008: MA in Space,Time and Culture
2007: BA Geography and History (Joint Hons)
I am involved in undergraduate teaching for the following units:
RD. Jones, J. Robinson, J. Turner (2016). The Politics of Hiding, Invisibility, and Silence Between Absence and Presence. Routledge.
I. Forsyth, H. Lorimer, P. Merriman, J. Robinson (2013). Guest Editorial. Environment and Planning A. 45(5), pp.1013-1020.
JP. Robinson (2013). 'Darkened surfaces': camouflage and the nocturnal observation of Britain, 1941-45. Environment and Planning A. 45(5), pp.1053-1069.
JP. Robinson (2012). Invisible Targets, Strengthened Morale: Static Camouflage as a ‘Weapon of the Weak’. Space and Polity. 16(3), pp.351-368.
RD. Jones, J. Robinson, J. Turner (2012). Introduction. Between Absence and Presence: Geographies of Hiding, Invisibility and Silence. Space and Polity. 16(3), pp.257-263.
J. Robinson, S. Mills (2012). Being observant and observed: embodied citizenship training in the Home Guard and the Boy Scout Movement, 1907–1945. Journal of Historical Geography. 38(4), pp.412-423.
JP. Robinson (2013). ‘Hiding the assets’: ‘self-concealing’ architecture and the British landscape during the Second World War. In: Ordnance War + Architecture & Space. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.,
JP. Robinson (2013). Concealing the crude: airmindedness and the camouflaging of Britain’s oil installations, 1936-1939. In: From Above War, Violence and Verticality.
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