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Dr Mark Griffiths

Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Before starting work at Northumbria, Mark was a post-doctoral researcher on the RELATE project based at the University of Oulu, Finland. In this role he published and taught on the ethics of fieldwork and intervention in development contexts. He received his PhD from King's College London in 2015.

Mark Griffiths

Campus Address

Lipman Building 201
City Campus
Newcastle
NE1 8ST

Qualifications

Geography PhD January 01 2015

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Marriage under occupation, Griffiths, M., Joronen, M. 8 Mar 2019, In: Gender, Place & Culture
  • The moment to come: geographies of hope in the hyperprecarious sites of occupied Palestine, Joronen, M., Griffiths, M. 2 Feb 2019, In: Geografiska Annaler, Series B: Human Geography
  • The affective politics of precarity: home demolitions in occupied Palestine, Joronen, M., Griffiths, M. 22 Jan 2019, In: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
  • Biopolitics and Checkpoint 300 in Occupied Palestine, Griffiths, M., Repo, J. Jul 2018, In: Political Geography
  • International volunteerism and development in Asia-Pacific, Yea, S., Sin, H., Griffiths, M. 1 Jun 2018, In: The Geographical Journal
  • For speaking against silence: Spivak’s subaltern ethics in the field, Griffiths, M. Jun 2018, In: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
  • South-South volunteering and development, Baillie Smith, M., Laurie, N., Griffiths, M. Jun 2018, In: The Geographical Journal
  • Writing the body, writing Others: a story of transcendence and potential in volunteering for development, Griffiths, M. Jun 2018, In: Geographical Journal
  • Hope in Hebron: The Political Affects of Activism in a Strangled City, Griffiths, M. Jun 2017, In: Antipode
  • An affective journey to active citizenship, Griffiths, M. 4 Oct 2016, Emotional States: Sites and spaces of affective governance, Abingdon, Taylor & Francis


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