So as time is short I thought I'd share some of the reading I've been doing recently and still have to look at over the next few weeks. Note the strong social and cultural geography focus:
- Bawaka Country including Suchet-Pearson S., Wright S., Lloyd K., Burarrwanga L., Ganambarr R., Ganambarr-Stubbs M., Ganambarr B., and Maymuru D. (2015) Working with and learning from Country: decentring human author-ity. Cultural Geographies, 22:2, 296-283.
- Jackson P. (2000) Rematerializing social and cultural geography. Social & Cultural Geography, 1:1, 9-14.
- Law J. (2004) After method : mess in social science research. Routledge: London.
- Middleton J. (2010) Sense and the city: exploring the embodied geographies of urban walking. Social & Cultural Geography, 11:16, 575-596.