Skip navigation

Graham Mowl

Principal Lecturer/Teaching Fellow

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

EE Grahammowl Staffprofile 255I am a graduate of the University of Durham BA (Hons) Geography. After leaving Durham I came to Northumbria to work as a Research Assistant and to study for a Ph.D. on women's leisure and social constraints. In 1995 I became a full time lecturer at the University of Northumbria and I have been the BA Geography Programme Leader, off and on, from 1998. I currently teach mainly within the areas of social geography, leisure and tourism, and qualitative research methods and geographical thought.

Research interests include: postcolonial perspectives on nineteenth century travel writing; multiple dwellings and rural depopulation and change in Andalucia, Spain; geographies of ageing, ageism and retirement mobilities.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • The heterogeneous nature of second homes: the case of the Alpujarra, Granada Province, Spain, Mowl, G., Barke, M., King, H. 2 Jan 2022, In: Geography
  • Exploring the heterogeneity of second homes and the ‘residual’ category, Mowl, G., Barke, M., King, H. 1 Oct 2020, In: Journal of Rural Studies
  • "Málaga Moderna": Suburban Development in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Andalucía, Barke, M., Mowl, G., Shields, G. 2020, In: International Journal of Regional and Local History
  • Changing visitor perceptions of Malaga (Spain) and its development as a winter health resort in the nineteenth century, Mowl, G., Barke, M. 11 Sep 2014, In: Studies in Travel Writing
  • Reforma Interior in Málaga: modernization and morphological change in the nineteenth century, Barke, M., Mowl, G. 2013, In: Planning Perspectives
  • The Framed World: Tourism, tourists and photography, Mowl, G. 2011, In: Geography
  • Málaga - a failed resort of the early twentieth century?, Barke, M., Mowl, G. 2010, In: Journal of Tourism History
  • "..quite unconscious of anything outside Baedeker" (E.M.Forster): Malaga City - a failed resort of the early twentieth century?, Barke, M., Mowl, G. 26 Jun 2009, Resorting to the Coast: Tourism, Heritage and Cultures of the Seaside
  • "..quite unconscious of anything outside Baedeker" (E.M.Forster): Malaga City - a failed resort of the early twentieth century?, Barke, M., Mowl, G. 2009, Resorting to the Coast: Tourism, Heritage and Cultures of the Seaside, Leeds Metropolitan University, Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change
  • Mywalks: fieldwork and living geographies, Fuller, D., Askins, K., Mowl, G., Jeffries, M., Lambert, D. 2008, In: Teaching Geography

  • Information Technology CertHE January 01 1991
  • Geography BA (Hons) June 01 1990


a sign in front of a crowd
+

Northumbria Open Days

Open Days are a great way for you to get a feel of the University, the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the course(s) you are interested in.

Research at Northumbria
+

Research at Northumbria

Research is the life blood of a University and at Northumbria University we pride ourselves on research that makes a difference; research that has application and affects people's lives.

a person sitting at a table
+

Order your prospectus

If you would like to know more about our courses, or life in general as a student at Northumbria, then we can help you.

Latest News and Features

CIS thumbnail
Professor Mike Lim undertaking research in Canada’s Inuit Nunangat. Image credit Weronika Murray
Black-necked spitting cobra
Dr Mark Goddard.
Professor Matthew Johnson has been involved in research which has modelled the impact a Universal Basic Income could have on poverty and inequality.
Northumbria University has launched a new report that sets out its social impact and identifies where it is spreading opportunity to those who need it most.  The Social Mobility Impact Report has been developed in partnership with former Education Secretary Rt Hon Justine Greening.
More news

Back to top