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Graham Mowl

Associate Professor

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.

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  • 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


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