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: Economy and Space. 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.
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.
JP. Robinson (2012). Invisible Targets, Strengthened Morale: Static Camouflage as a ‘Weapon of the Weak’. Space and Polity. 16(3), pp.351-368.
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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