Dr Ria Dunkley

  • Senior Lecturer (Pedagogy, Praxis & Faith)

telephone: 0141 330 5079
email: Ria.Dunkley@glasgow.ac.uk

663, St Andrew's Building, 11 Eldon Street, Glasgow, G3 6NH

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-0238-7344

Biography

Ria is a senior lecturer and researcher whose research focuses upon ecopedagogy, learning for sustainability and community-led environmental and climate action.

She leads an ‘Education and Society’ programme for the five-year Integrated Masters in Education and supervises PhD and Masters student projects in the fields of Learning for Sustainability, Environmental Education and Global Citizenship Education.

She is an interdisciplinary researcher and collaborates on projects with educators, human geographers, psychologists, performance artists, philosophy scholars, geologists, social scientists and pharmacologists. She also works closely with practitioners, including environmental education and interpretation professionals, artistic and creative practitioners.

She coordinates Spot-a-Bee, a citizen science project run as a collaboration between academics at the University of Glasgow and Cardiff University.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ria_Dunkley

Research interests

Dr Ria Dunkley’s research focuses upon the many ways in which individuals and communities are meeting climate change and ecological crises in their everyday lives.

Within her researcher role, she has built partnerships with organisations, including UK National Park Authorities, Nature Reserves and Preserves and Land Conservancies in the UK and the US, and a wide range of environmental education and engagement organisations. Working in partnership enables Ria to contribute to understanding how a transition to a sustainable society will involve a social and cultural shift in our relationship with the natural world, while also ensuring a practical grounding for her research.

As an interdisciplinary scholar with a foundation in cultural geography and education, Ria’s expertise lies in ecopedagogy and learning for sustainability and community-led climate and environmental action.

Publications

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2022

Dunkley, R. A. (2022) Engaging local small to medium enterprises with environmental sustainability. In: Jensen, E. (ed.) From Conservation Education to Public Engagement: Research, Principles and Practice. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107629462 (In Press)

2021

Laurier, E., Dunkley, R. , Smith, T.A. and Reeves, S. (2021) Crossing with care: bogs, streams and assistive mobilities as family praxis in the countryside. Gesprächsforschung: Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion, (In Press)

Dunkley, R. (2021) Childhood Ecological Encounters and Micro-practices in the New Climatic Regime. AAG Annual Meeting 2021, Seattle, WA, USA, 07-11 Apr 2021. (Accepted for Publication)

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2021) Video ethnography. In: Von Benzon, N., Holton, M., Wilkinson, C. and Wilkinson, S. (eds.) Creative Methods for Human Geographers. SAGE Publications: London, pp. 297-308. ISBN 9781526496980

2020

Dunkley, R. (2020) Ecological Stewardship and Childhood. Communicate 2020, 26-27 Nov 2020.

Dunkley, R. (2020) Understanding the Citizen Science Experience – A Contribution from the Social Sciences. British Ecological Society Citizen Science - Engagement, Marketing, Motivation and Change, Online, 11 Nov 2020. (Accepted for Publication)

Smith, T. A., Laurier, E., Reeves, S. and Dunkley, R. A. (2020) “Off the beaten map”: navigating with digital maps on moorland. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 45(1), pp. 223-240. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12336)

2019

Dunkley, R. (2019) A climate change curriculum to empower the climate strike generation. Conversation, 16 Sep.

Dunkley, R. A. and Smith, T. A. (2019) Geocoaching: memories and habits of learning in practices of ecopedagogy. Geographical Journal, 185(3), pp. 292-302. (doi: 10.1111/geoj.12295)

Dunkley, R. (2019) Feeling Our Way Through: the Affordances of the Citizen Science Experience for Environmental Learning. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2019, London, UK, 27-30 Aug 2019.

Dunkley, R. (2019) Conceptual Approaches Place-based Thinking and a Social Science Perspective on Citizen Science. Deep-dive: Place-based Citizen Science: Newton-Ungku Omar Fund (NUOF) Workshop, Cardiff, UK, 15 Aug 2019. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2019) Beyond Lovely: Coming to Know Place Through Training the Citizen Scientific Eye. Place-Based Citizen-Science for Wellbeing: Conceptual and Practical Understandings of ‘Place’ for Science and Society, Cardiff, UK, 14 Aug 2019.

Dunkley, R. (2019) Feeling Our Way Through: Experiencing Citizen Science. Heidelberg Bridge Colloquium: Changing Climate, Heidelberg, Germany, 08 Jul 2019.

Dunkley, R. A. (2019) Monitoring ecological change in UK woodlands and rivers: an exploration of the relational geographies of citizen science. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 44(1), pp. 16-31. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12258)

Dunkley, R. A. and Smith, T. A. (2019) By-standing memories of curious observations: children’s storied landscapes of ecological encounter. Cultural Geographies, 26(11), pp. 89-107. (doi: 10.1177/1474474018792652)

2018

Dunkley, R. , Baker, S., Constant, N. and Sanderson-Bellamy, A. (2018) Enabling the IPBES conceptual framework to work across knowledge boundaries. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 18(6), pp. 779-799. (doi: 10.1007/s10784-018-9415-z)

Livingston, K. , Doherty, C. , Lido, C. , Cassar, R., Dunkley, R. , Gale, T. and Parker, S. (2018) British Council School Programmes in Scotland: an Impact Study: Final Report. Project Report. School of Education, University of Glasgow, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Sageidet, B. M., Almeida, S. C. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Children’s Access to Urban Gardens in Norway, India and the United Kingdom. 28th EECERA Annual Conference: Early Childhood Education, Families and Communities, Budapest, Hungary, 28-31 Aug 2018. ISBN 9786158022668

Smith, T., Jones, S. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Using Mobile Evaluation Methods to Monitor Visitor Use of a Heritage App ‘In the wild’: Walking with Romans in the Brecon Beacons National Park. New Approaches to Monitoring Participation in Outdoor Recreation, Cardiff, UK, 18 Apr 2018.

Dunkley, R. and Smith, T. (2018) Representations of Identities Within Mobile Applications that Seek to Interpret Dissonant Heritage. European Social Science History Conference 2018, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 04-7 Apr 2018.

Dunkley, R. (2018) Space-timeScapes as ecopedagogy. Journal of Environmental Education, 49(2), pp. 117-129. (doi: 10.1080/00958964.2017.1417223)

Dunkley, R. (2018) Narrative analysis: Attending to the poetic structure of interview transcripts to understand the tourist experience. In: Lewis, J. (ed.) SAGE Research Methods Datasets [online]. SAGE Publications. (doi:10.4135/9781526439307)

Sageidet, B. M., Almeida, C. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Children's access to urban gardens in Norway, India and the United Kingdom. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 13(5), pp. 467-480.

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Technology-nonhuman-child assemblages: reconceptualising rural childhood roaming. Children's Geographies, 16(3), pp. 304-318. (doi: 10.1080/14733285.2017.1407406)

2017

Dunkley, R. (2017) Approaches for Evaluating Outdoor Learning. Academics Go Wild: Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), Edinburgh, Scotland, 11 Dec 2017. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2017) “I’ve come back to what I was doing as a child”: The Spatial and Temporal Components of Environmental Learning. Human Geography Research Group T E S T I N G G R O U N D Seminar, Glasgow, UK, 19 Oct 2017.

Sageidet, B., Almeida, S. and Dunkley, R. (2017) Children's Access to Gardens in Norway, India and the United Kingdom. 9th World Environmental Education Congress, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 09-15 Sep 2017. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. and Smith, T. (2017) Scales of Childhood Roaming Within the ‘Educational Landscape’ of the National Park. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2017, London, UK, 29 Aug - 01 Sep 2017.

Franklin, A. and Dunkley, R. (2017) Becoming a (green) identity entrepreneur: learning to negotiate situated identities to nurture community environmental practice. Environment and Planning A, 49(7), pp. 1500-1516. (doi: 10.1177/0308518X17699610)

Dunkley, R. (2017) Making Sustainable Places? Realising the UK’s Low Carbon Transition Plan in Rural South-West England, Through Local Third Party Engagement. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Umeå, Sweden, 19-22 Jun 2017.

Jones, S., Smith, T. and Dunkley, R. (2017) Measuring our Interaction with Digital Heritage Apps ‘in the wild’. Digital Past Conference 2017, Newport, Wales, 15-16 Feb 2017.

Dunkley, R. A. and Franklin, A. (2017) Failing better: The stochastic art of evaluating community-led environmental action programs. Evaluation and Program Planning, 60, pp. 112-122. (PMID:27842275)

Dunkley, R. (2017) Children Place and Sustainability, edited by Margaret Somerville and Monica Green. Children's Geographies, 4, pp. 498-499. (doi: 10.1080/14733285.2016.1184836)[Book Review]

Dunkley, R. A. (2017) The role of Citizen Science in environmental education: A critical exploration of the citizen scientist experience. In: Ceccaroni, L. and Piera, J. (eds.) Analyzing the Role of Citizen Science in Modern Research. IGI Global, pp. 213-230. ISBN 9781522509622 (doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-0962-2.ch010)

2016

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2016) Evaluation of Learning Activity in National Parks. UK National Park Association Outreach and Educators Workshop, Stackpole Centre, Pembrokeshire, 24 Nov 2016.

Dunkley, R. , Smith, T. A., Lorimer, E. and Reeves, S. (2016) ‘Walking with Romans’: Technology, Nature, Navigation and Interaction in Outdoor Settings. HANS (Human activity in Natural Settings): Nature as a Site for Mobility, Interaction and Socialization Studies, Oulu, Finland, 24-25 Oct 2016.

Smith, T. A., Dunkley, R. and Jones, S. (2016) Measuring Our Interaction With Mobile Device Applications ‘in the Wild’ – Can They Change Visitor Behaviour? Association for Heritage Interpretation (AHI) Conference 2016: Can Interpretation Change the World?, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 05-07 Oct 2016.

Dunkley, R. (2016) Interpreting a Dark Past for a Brighter Future? The Contentious Nature of Heritage Interpretation at Thanatourism Sites. Association for Heritage Interpretation (AHI) Conference 2016: Can Interpretation Change the World?, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 05-07 Oct 2016.

Dunkley, R. (2016) Project wild thing & children’s relationships with nature. Environmental Education, 113, pp. 13-15.

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2016) New Frontiers or Frustrating Distractions? Using Innovative Technological Methods to Understand the Role of Apps and Mobile Technologies in Children and Families Interactions Within the Outdoors. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Royal Geographical Society, London, 30 Aug - 02 Sep 2016.

Dunkley, R. (2016) Citizen Science as a Leisure Pursuit. Invited Lecture: Department of Tourism Seminar Series, University of Otago, New Zealand, 14 Sep 2016.

Dunkley, R. (2016) A light in dark places? Analysing the impact of dark tourism experiences on everyday life. In: Hooper, G. and Lennon, J. J. (eds.) Dark Tourism: Practice and Interpretation. Series: New directions in tourism analysis. Routledge: London, pp. 108-120. ISBN 9781472452436

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2016) Roaming and Nature, Creativity and Technology: Experimenting with Contrasting Qualitative Methodologies and Impact in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Innovative Research Methods with Children and Young People, Cardiff University, Cardiff, 25 May 2016. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Engaging Participants in Citizen Science Studies: A Qualitative Approach to Exploring the Motivations and Experiences of Environmental Citizen Scientists. In: First International ECSA Conference: Citizen Science - Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy, Berlin, Germany, 19-21 May 2016, (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Motivations and Experiences of Environmental Citizen Science. In: First International ECSA Conference: Citizen Science - Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy, Berlin, Germany, 19-21 May 2016, (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Invited talk: Heritage Tourism and Thanatourist Experiences. Third Urban Transformation Conference (UTC), Rotterdam, Netherlands, 17 May 2016. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Engaging Publics in Scientific Research: A Qualitative Approach to Exploring the Motivations and Experiences of Environmental Citizen Scientists. WISERD Seminar Series, Cardiff University, Cardiff, 05 Apr 2016. (Unpublished)

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. A. (2016) Roaming and Nature, Creativity and Technology: Experimenting With Contrasting Qualitative Methodologies and Impact in the Brecon Beacons National Park. South West Qualitative Research Symposium 2016, University of Bath, United Kingdom, 23 Mar 2016.

Dunkley, R. A. (2016) Learning at eco-attractions: Exploring the bifurcation of nature and culture through experiential environmental education. Journal of Environmental Education, 47(3), pp. 213-221. (doi: 10.1080/00958964.2016.1164113)

Dunkley, R. A. and Smith, T. A. (2016) Evaluating the outdoor learning experience – a toolkit for practitioners. Cardiff University.

2015

Dunkley, R. (2015) The Role of Citizen Science in Environmental Education: a Critical Exploration of the Citizens Scientist Experience. Sustainable Places Research Institute Seminar Series, Cardiff University, Wales, 18 Dec 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Invited lecture: 'History, Heritage and Battlefield Tourism'. In: War! Popular Culture and European heritage of Major Armed Conflicts, University of Rotterdam, Netherlands, 30 Oct 2015, (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Exploring the Potentials of Citizen Science as a Pedagogic Approach Within Informal Environmental Education. 2015 International Greening Education Event, Karlsruhe, Germany, 21-23 Oct 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) At Home in the Park: Exploring Resident Young People’s Interactions With Nature Within Brecon Beacons National Park. The Great Outdoors? Children, Young People and Families in Natural and Rural Spaces, The University of Northampton, United Kinddom, 09-10 Sep 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) The Role of the Citizen Science Experience in Environmental Education. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, University of Exeter, 01-04 Sep 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Invited Lecture: Eco-Pedagogy and the ‘Living Laboratory’. Evolving Eco-creative Pedagogies in Living Laboratories, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, 17 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. A. (2015) Beyond temporal reflections in thanatourism research. Annals of Tourism Research, 52, 177 - 179. (doi: 10.1016/j.annals.2015.03.007)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Urban-Rural Community Engagement for Sustainability and Environmental Action. Social Science Department Seminar Series, Luleå Tekniska Universitet of Sweden, 23 Feb 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. and Franklin, A. (2015) Measuring Social Outcome. Outdoor Recreation Network Research Seminar: Values in Outdoor Recreation, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, 30 Jan 2015.

Dunkley, R. A. (2015) Reimagining a sustainable future through artistic events: a case study from Wales. In: Moufakkir, O. and Pernecky, T. (eds.) Ideological, Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. CABI: Wallingford, Oxfordshire, pp. 100-109. ISBN 9781780643526

2014

Dunkley, R. (2014) Ecopedagogy and the University Campus. Sustainable Places Research Institute Seminar Series, Cardiff University, Wales, 07 Nov 2014. (Unpublished)

Franklin, A. and Dunkley, R. (2014) Green Identity, Place Attachment and Community Sustainability Practice. Environment Research Group Seminar, Cardiff, UK, 30 Jun 2014. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2014) Homing in: Sensing, sense-making and sustainable place-making: Sensing, Feeling, Talking, Reflecting, Futuring. Project Report. Cardiff University, Cardiff.

Dunkley, R. (2014) Tourism and Sustainable Development: Reconsidering a Concept of Vague Policies (Jörn W. Mundt). Tourism Analysis, 19(1), pp. 125-128. [Book Review]

Dunkley, R. A. (2014) Botanics, birds and biomes: the role of eco-attractions in learning for a sustainable future. In: Aitchison, C. (ed.) Education and Outdoor Learning: Adventure, Tourism and Sustainable Development. Series: LSA publication, 174 (22). Leisure Studies Association, pp. 41-57. ISBN 9781905369379

2013

Dunkley, R. (2013) A Light in Dark Places? Assessing the Transformative Value of Interpreting Death and Disaster in Promoting Peace Through Tourism. Post-Conflict, Cultural Heritage and Regional Development: An International Conference, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 09-11 Oct 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2013) The Value of the Environmental Arts and Humanities in the Context of Community Engagement with Sustainability. The Environmental Humanities Symposium, Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 08 Sep 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2013) Invited lecture: The Motivations and Experiences of Visitors to the Battlefields of WWI. British Studies at Oxford Summer School, St John’s College, Oxford University, 16 Jul 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2013) Radicalising Higher Education? A Critique of the Appropriateness of Ecopedagogy for Addressing Sustainability Within Higher Education. Approaches to Sustainability: Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, 28 Jun 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. A. (2013) Building Bridges for Education for Sustainability: 2013 Report for the Development of Education for Sustainability through the Monash-Warwick Alliance. Project Report. Warwick University.

2012

Dunkley, R. (2012) Fortifications, post-colonialism and power: ruins and imperial legacies by Joao Sarmento. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 7(4), pp. 369-370. (doi: 10.1080/1743873X.2012.680749)[Book Review]

Dunkley, R. (2012) Finding Our Place: The Role of the Cultural Sector in Sustainable Place Making. Cardiff International Conference on Sustainable Place-Making, Cardiff University, Wales, 30 Oct 2012. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2012) The Role of Museums in Inspiring Environmental and Social Change. 1st International Conference on Ecomuseums, Community Museums and Living Communities, Seixal, Portugal, 19-21 Sep 2012. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2012) The Role of Eco-Attractions in Learning for a Sustainable Future. Annual International Conference of the Leisure Studies Association, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 17-19 Jul 2012. (Unpublished)

2011

Dunkley, R. , Morgan, N. and Westwood, S. (2011) Visiting the trenches: Exploring meanings and motivations in battlefield tourism. Tourism Management, 32(4), 860 - 868. (doi: 10.1016/j.tourman.2010.07.011)

2008

Dunkley, R. (2008) Tourism and welfare: ethics, responsibility and sustained well-being, by D. Hall and F. Brown. Leisure Studies, 27(3), pp. 351-353. (doi: 10.1080/02614360802109654)[Book Review]

2007

Dunkley, R. (2007) The Vulnerable Researcher: a Hot Approach to Studying Thanatourism Experiences. Cardiff School of Management Postgraduate Poster Evening, Cardiff, UK, July 2007. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2007) A PhD Journey on the Road Less Travelled. 2nd International Critical Tourism Studies Conference, Split, Croatia, 20-23 Jun 2007. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2007) A shot in the dark? Developing a new conceptual framework for thanatourism. Asian Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 1(1), pp. 54-63.

Dunkley, R. A. (2007) Re-peopling tourism: a 'hot approach' to studying thanatourist experiences. In: Ateljevic, I., Pritchard, A. and Morgan, N. (eds.) The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies. Series: Advances in tourism research. Elsevier: Oxford, 371 - 385. ISBN 9780080450988 (doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-045098-8.50027-1)

2006

Dunkley, R. (2006) Thanatourism: the Concept of a Thanasite Typology and Understanding the Visitor Experience. RGS: Geography of Leisure and Tourism Research Group (GLTRG): Progressing Tourism Research, Post-Graduate Research Conference, University of Exeter, September 2006. (Unpublished)

2005

Dunkley, R. (2005) The Thanatourist: a Fascination With Death and Depravity? Dark Tourism: Cashing in on Tragedy?, London, UK, 17 Oct 2005. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2005) Thanatourism: a Morbid Fascination With Death and Depravity or Something Less Sinister? Wales Tourism Forum, Cardiff, UK, September 2005. (Unpublished)

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Articles

Laurier, E., Dunkley, R. , Smith, T.A. and Reeves, S. (2021) Crossing with care: bogs, streams and assistive mobilities as family praxis in the countryside. Gesprächsforschung: Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion, (In Press)

Smith, T. A., Laurier, E., Reeves, S. and Dunkley, R. A. (2020) “Off the beaten map”: navigating with digital maps on moorland. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 45(1), pp. 223-240. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12336)

Dunkley, R. (2019) A climate change curriculum to empower the climate strike generation. Conversation, 16 Sep.

Dunkley, R. A. and Smith, T. A. (2019) Geocoaching: memories and habits of learning in practices of ecopedagogy. Geographical Journal, 185(3), pp. 292-302. (doi: 10.1111/geoj.12295)

Dunkley, R. A. (2019) Monitoring ecological change in UK woodlands and rivers: an exploration of the relational geographies of citizen science. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 44(1), pp. 16-31. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12258)

Dunkley, R. A. and Smith, T. A. (2019) By-standing memories of curious observations: children’s storied landscapes of ecological encounter. Cultural Geographies, 26(11), pp. 89-107. (doi: 10.1177/1474474018792652)

Dunkley, R. , Baker, S., Constant, N. and Sanderson-Bellamy, A. (2018) Enabling the IPBES conceptual framework to work across knowledge boundaries. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 18(6), pp. 779-799. (doi: 10.1007/s10784-018-9415-z)

Dunkley, R. (2018) Space-timeScapes as ecopedagogy. Journal of Environmental Education, 49(2), pp. 117-129. (doi: 10.1080/00958964.2017.1417223)

Sageidet, B. M., Almeida, C. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Children's access to urban gardens in Norway, India and the United Kingdom. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 13(5), pp. 467-480.

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Technology-nonhuman-child assemblages: reconceptualising rural childhood roaming. Children's Geographies, 16(3), pp. 304-318. (doi: 10.1080/14733285.2017.1407406)

Franklin, A. and Dunkley, R. (2017) Becoming a (green) identity entrepreneur: learning to negotiate situated identities to nurture community environmental practice. Environment and Planning A, 49(7), pp. 1500-1516. (doi: 10.1177/0308518X17699610)

Dunkley, R. A. and Franklin, A. (2017) Failing better: The stochastic art of evaluating community-led environmental action programs. Evaluation and Program Planning, 60, pp. 112-122. (PMID:27842275)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Project wild thing & children’s relationships with nature. Environmental Education, 113, pp. 13-15.

Dunkley, R. A. (2016) Learning at eco-attractions: Exploring the bifurcation of nature and culture through experiential environmental education. Journal of Environmental Education, 47(3), pp. 213-221. (doi: 10.1080/00958964.2016.1164113)

Dunkley, R. A. (2015) Beyond temporal reflections in thanatourism research. Annals of Tourism Research, 52, 177 - 179. (doi: 10.1016/j.annals.2015.03.007)

Dunkley, R. , Morgan, N. and Westwood, S. (2011) Visiting the trenches: Exploring meanings and motivations in battlefield tourism. Tourism Management, 32(4), 860 - 868. (doi: 10.1016/j.tourman.2010.07.011)

Dunkley, R. (2007) A shot in the dark? Developing a new conceptual framework for thanatourism. Asian Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 1(1), pp. 54-63.

Books

Dunkley, R. A. and Smith, T. A. (2016) Evaluating the outdoor learning experience – a toolkit for practitioners. Cardiff University.

Book Sections

Dunkley, R. A. (2022) Engaging local small to medium enterprises with environmental sustainability. In: Jensen, E. (ed.) From Conservation Education to Public Engagement: Research, Principles and Practice. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107629462 (In Press)

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2021) Video ethnography. In: Von Benzon, N., Holton, M., Wilkinson, C. and Wilkinson, S. (eds.) Creative Methods for Human Geographers. SAGE Publications: London, pp. 297-308. ISBN 9781526496980

Dunkley, R. (2018) Narrative analysis: Attending to the poetic structure of interview transcripts to understand the tourist experience. In: Lewis, J. (ed.) SAGE Research Methods Datasets [online]. SAGE Publications. (doi:10.4135/9781526439307)

Dunkley, R. A. (2017) The role of Citizen Science in environmental education: A critical exploration of the citizen scientist experience. In: Ceccaroni, L. and Piera, J. (eds.) Analyzing the Role of Citizen Science in Modern Research. IGI Global, pp. 213-230. ISBN 9781522509622 (doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-0962-2.ch010)

Dunkley, R. (2016) A light in dark places? Analysing the impact of dark tourism experiences on everyday life. In: Hooper, G. and Lennon, J. J. (eds.) Dark Tourism: Practice and Interpretation. Series: New directions in tourism analysis. Routledge: London, pp. 108-120. ISBN 9781472452436

Dunkley, R. A. (2015) Reimagining a sustainable future through artistic events: a case study from Wales. In: Moufakkir, O. and Pernecky, T. (eds.) Ideological, Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. CABI: Wallingford, Oxfordshire, pp. 100-109. ISBN 9781780643526

Dunkley, R. A. (2014) Botanics, birds and biomes: the role of eco-attractions in learning for a sustainable future. In: Aitchison, C. (ed.) Education and Outdoor Learning: Adventure, Tourism and Sustainable Development. Series: LSA publication, 174 (22). Leisure Studies Association, pp. 41-57. ISBN 9781905369379

Dunkley, R. A. (2007) Re-peopling tourism: a 'hot approach' to studying thanatourist experiences. In: Ateljevic, I., Pritchard, A. and Morgan, N. (eds.) The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies. Series: Advances in tourism research. Elsevier: Oxford, 371 - 385. ISBN 9780080450988 (doi:10.1016/B978-0-08-045098-8.50027-1)

Book Reviews

Dunkley, R. (2017) Children Place and Sustainability, edited by Margaret Somerville and Monica Green. Children's Geographies, 4, pp. 498-499. (doi: 10.1080/14733285.2016.1184836)[Book Review]

Dunkley, R. (2014) Tourism and Sustainable Development: Reconsidering a Concept of Vague Policies (Jörn W. Mundt). Tourism Analysis, 19(1), pp. 125-128. [Book Review]

Dunkley, R. (2012) Fortifications, post-colonialism and power: ruins and imperial legacies by Joao Sarmento. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 7(4), pp. 369-370. (doi: 10.1080/1743873X.2012.680749)[Book Review]

Dunkley, R. (2008) Tourism and welfare: ethics, responsibility and sustained well-being, by D. Hall and F. Brown. Leisure Studies, 27(3), pp. 351-353. (doi: 10.1080/02614360802109654)[Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Livingston, K. , Doherty, C. , Lido, C. , Cassar, R., Dunkley, R. , Gale, T. and Parker, S. (2018) British Council School Programmes in Scotland: an Impact Study: Final Report. Project Report. School of Education, University of Glasgow, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2014) Homing in: Sensing, sense-making and sustainable place-making: Sensing, Feeling, Talking, Reflecting, Futuring. Project Report. Cardiff University, Cardiff.

Dunkley, R. A. (2013) Building Bridges for Education for Sustainability: 2013 Report for the Development of Education for Sustainability through the Monash-Warwick Alliance. Project Report. Warwick University.

Conference or Workshop Item

Dunkley, R. (2021) Childhood Ecological Encounters and Micro-practices in the New Climatic Regime. AAG Annual Meeting 2021, Seattle, WA, USA, 07-11 Apr 2021. (Accepted for Publication)

Dunkley, R. (2020) Ecological Stewardship and Childhood. Communicate 2020, 26-27 Nov 2020.

Dunkley, R. (2020) Understanding the Citizen Science Experience – A Contribution from the Social Sciences. British Ecological Society Citizen Science - Engagement, Marketing, Motivation and Change, Online, 11 Nov 2020. (Accepted for Publication)

Dunkley, R. (2019) Feeling Our Way Through: the Affordances of the Citizen Science Experience for Environmental Learning. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2019, London, UK, 27-30 Aug 2019.

Dunkley, R. (2019) Conceptual Approaches Place-based Thinking and a Social Science Perspective on Citizen Science. Deep-dive: Place-based Citizen Science: Newton-Ungku Omar Fund (NUOF) Workshop, Cardiff, UK, 15 Aug 2019. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2019) Beyond Lovely: Coming to Know Place Through Training the Citizen Scientific Eye. Place-Based Citizen-Science for Wellbeing: Conceptual and Practical Understandings of ‘Place’ for Science and Society, Cardiff, UK, 14 Aug 2019.

Dunkley, R. (2019) Feeling Our Way Through: Experiencing Citizen Science. Heidelberg Bridge Colloquium: Changing Climate, Heidelberg, Germany, 08 Jul 2019.

Sageidet, B. M., Almeida, S. C. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Children’s Access to Urban Gardens in Norway, India and the United Kingdom. 28th EECERA Annual Conference: Early Childhood Education, Families and Communities, Budapest, Hungary, 28-31 Aug 2018. ISBN 9786158022668

Smith, T., Jones, S. and Dunkley, R. (2018) Using Mobile Evaluation Methods to Monitor Visitor Use of a Heritage App ‘In the wild’: Walking with Romans in the Brecon Beacons National Park. New Approaches to Monitoring Participation in Outdoor Recreation, Cardiff, UK, 18 Apr 2018.

Dunkley, R. and Smith, T. (2018) Representations of Identities Within Mobile Applications that Seek to Interpret Dissonant Heritage. European Social Science History Conference 2018, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 04-7 Apr 2018.

Dunkley, R. (2017) Approaches for Evaluating Outdoor Learning. Academics Go Wild: Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), Edinburgh, Scotland, 11 Dec 2017. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2017) “I’ve come back to what I was doing as a child”: The Spatial and Temporal Components of Environmental Learning. Human Geography Research Group T E S T I N G G R O U N D Seminar, Glasgow, UK, 19 Oct 2017.

Sageidet, B., Almeida, S. and Dunkley, R. (2017) Children's Access to Gardens in Norway, India and the United Kingdom. 9th World Environmental Education Congress, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 09-15 Sep 2017. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. and Smith, T. (2017) Scales of Childhood Roaming Within the ‘Educational Landscape’ of the National Park. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2017, London, UK, 29 Aug - 01 Sep 2017.

Dunkley, R. (2017) Making Sustainable Places? Realising the UK’s Low Carbon Transition Plan in Rural South-West England, Through Local Third Party Engagement. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Umeå, Sweden, 19-22 Jun 2017.

Jones, S., Smith, T. and Dunkley, R. (2017) Measuring our Interaction with Digital Heritage Apps ‘in the wild’. Digital Past Conference 2017, Newport, Wales, 15-16 Feb 2017.

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2016) Evaluation of Learning Activity in National Parks. UK National Park Association Outreach and Educators Workshop, Stackpole Centre, Pembrokeshire, 24 Nov 2016.

Dunkley, R. , Smith, T. A., Lorimer, E. and Reeves, S. (2016) ‘Walking with Romans’: Technology, Nature, Navigation and Interaction in Outdoor Settings. HANS (Human activity in Natural Settings): Nature as a Site for Mobility, Interaction and Socialization Studies, Oulu, Finland, 24-25 Oct 2016.

Smith, T. A., Dunkley, R. and Jones, S. (2016) Measuring Our Interaction With Mobile Device Applications ‘in the Wild’ – Can They Change Visitor Behaviour? Association for Heritage Interpretation (AHI) Conference 2016: Can Interpretation Change the World?, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 05-07 Oct 2016.

Dunkley, R. (2016) Interpreting a Dark Past for a Brighter Future? The Contentious Nature of Heritage Interpretation at Thanatourism Sites. Association for Heritage Interpretation (AHI) Conference 2016: Can Interpretation Change the World?, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 05-07 Oct 2016.

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2016) New Frontiers or Frustrating Distractions? Using Innovative Technological Methods to Understand the Role of Apps and Mobile Technologies in Children and Families Interactions Within the Outdoors. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Royal Geographical Society, London, 30 Aug - 02 Sep 2016.

Dunkley, R. (2016) Citizen Science as a Leisure Pursuit. Invited Lecture: Department of Tourism Seminar Series, University of Otago, New Zealand, 14 Sep 2016.

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. (2016) Roaming and Nature, Creativity and Technology: Experimenting with Contrasting Qualitative Methodologies and Impact in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Innovative Research Methods with Children and Young People, Cardiff University, Cardiff, 25 May 2016. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Invited talk: Heritage Tourism and Thanatourist Experiences. Third Urban Transformation Conference (UTC), Rotterdam, Netherlands, 17 May 2016. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Engaging Publics in Scientific Research: A Qualitative Approach to Exploring the Motivations and Experiences of Environmental Citizen Scientists. WISERD Seminar Series, Cardiff University, Cardiff, 05 Apr 2016. (Unpublished)

Smith, T. A. and Dunkley, R. A. (2016) Roaming and Nature, Creativity and Technology: Experimenting With Contrasting Qualitative Methodologies and Impact in the Brecon Beacons National Park. South West Qualitative Research Symposium 2016, University of Bath, United Kingdom, 23 Mar 2016.

Dunkley, R. (2015) The Role of Citizen Science in Environmental Education: a Critical Exploration of the Citizens Scientist Experience. Sustainable Places Research Institute Seminar Series, Cardiff University, Wales, 18 Dec 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Exploring the Potentials of Citizen Science as a Pedagogic Approach Within Informal Environmental Education. 2015 International Greening Education Event, Karlsruhe, Germany, 21-23 Oct 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) At Home in the Park: Exploring Resident Young People’s Interactions With Nature Within Brecon Beacons National Park. The Great Outdoors? Children, Young People and Families in Natural and Rural Spaces, The University of Northampton, United Kinddom, 09-10 Sep 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) The Role of the Citizen Science Experience in Environmental Education. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, University of Exeter, 01-04 Sep 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Invited Lecture: Eco-Pedagogy and the ‘Living Laboratory’. Evolving Eco-creative Pedagogies in Living Laboratories, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, 17 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Urban-Rural Community Engagement for Sustainability and Environmental Action. Social Science Department Seminar Series, Luleå Tekniska Universitet of Sweden, 23 Feb 2015. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. and Franklin, A. (2015) Measuring Social Outcome. Outdoor Recreation Network Research Seminar: Values in Outdoor Recreation, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, 30 Jan 2015.

Dunkley, R. (2014) Ecopedagogy and the University Campus. Sustainable Places Research Institute Seminar Series, Cardiff University, Wales, 07 Nov 2014. (Unpublished)

Franklin, A. and Dunkley, R. (2014) Green Identity, Place Attachment and Community Sustainability Practice. Environment Research Group Seminar, Cardiff, UK, 30 Jun 2014. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2013) A Light in Dark Places? Assessing the Transformative Value of Interpreting Death and Disaster in Promoting Peace Through Tourism. Post-Conflict, Cultural Heritage and Regional Development: An International Conference, Wageningen, The Netherlands, 09-11 Oct 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2013) The Value of the Environmental Arts and Humanities in the Context of Community Engagement with Sustainability. The Environmental Humanities Symposium, Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 08 Sep 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2013) Invited lecture: The Motivations and Experiences of Visitors to the Battlefields of WWI. British Studies at Oxford Summer School, St John’s College, Oxford University, 16 Jul 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2013) Radicalising Higher Education? A Critique of the Appropriateness of Ecopedagogy for Addressing Sustainability Within Higher Education. Approaches to Sustainability: Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Warwick, United Kingdom, 28 Jun 2013. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2012) Finding Our Place: The Role of the Cultural Sector in Sustainable Place Making. Cardiff International Conference on Sustainable Place-Making, Cardiff University, Wales, 30 Oct 2012. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2012) The Role of Museums in Inspiring Environmental and Social Change. 1st International Conference on Ecomuseums, Community Museums and Living Communities, Seixal, Portugal, 19-21 Sep 2012. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2012) The Role of Eco-Attractions in Learning for a Sustainable Future. Annual International Conference of the Leisure Studies Association, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 17-19 Jul 2012. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2007) The Vulnerable Researcher: a Hot Approach to Studying Thanatourism Experiences. Cardiff School of Management Postgraduate Poster Evening, Cardiff, UK, July 2007. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2007) A PhD Journey on the Road Less Travelled. 2nd International Critical Tourism Studies Conference, Split, Croatia, 20-23 Jun 2007. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2006) Thanatourism: the Concept of a Thanasite Typology and Understanding the Visitor Experience. RGS: Geography of Leisure and Tourism Research Group (GLTRG): Progressing Tourism Research, Post-Graduate Research Conference, University of Exeter, September 2006. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2005) The Thanatourist: a Fascination With Death and Depravity? Dark Tourism: Cashing in on Tragedy?, London, UK, 17 Oct 2005. (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2005) Thanatourism: a Morbid Fascination With Death and Depravity or Something Less Sinister? Wales Tourism Forum, Cardiff, UK, September 2005. (Unpublished)

Conference Proceedings

Dunkley, R. (2016) Engaging Participants in Citizen Science Studies: A Qualitative Approach to Exploring the Motivations and Experiences of Environmental Citizen Scientists. In: First International ECSA Conference: Citizen Science - Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy, Berlin, Germany, 19-21 May 2016, (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2016) Motivations and Experiences of Environmental Citizen Science. In: First International ECSA Conference: Citizen Science - Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy, Berlin, Germany, 19-21 May 2016, (Unpublished)

Dunkley, R. (2015) Invited lecture: 'History, Heritage and Battlefield Tourism'. In: War! Popular Culture and European heritage of Major Armed Conflicts, University of Rotterdam, Netherlands, 30 Oct 2015, (Unpublished)

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Grants

  • Hidden Histories of the River Clyde, June-September 2021, (UKRI (NERC/AHRC), £4,914.78, Co-I’s: University of Glasgow (Prof Jaime Toney; Prof Minty Donald; Prof Denis Fischbacher-Smith; Prof John Crawford; Dr Rhys Williams; Prof Simon Naylor, Dr John MacDonald,) GCPH (Dr Russell Jones); Glasgow City Council (Gillian Dick; Dr Duncan Booker; Katie Dargie), David Livingstone Birthplace (Alasdair Campbell, Elena Trimarchi), Hunterian Museum (Dr John Faithful) Advisory board: Shruti Jain, Dr Stephen Mullen, Dr Karen Cameron).
  • European Commission EU Development Education and Awareness Raising (DEAR): Walk the Global Walk Project, September 2017- August 2021 (Awarded 270,000 EUR, Co-I: Ria Dunkley).
  • Baillie, L (PI), Dunkley, R. (Co-I); MacBridge-Stewart, S. (Co-I), Thomas, L. (Co-I). Using biodiversity research as a catalyst for community-based co-production studies, Public Engagement Coproduction Award, Cardiff University, September 2020- September 2021: £11,341.24.
  • “National Coastal Change Assessment 2: Enhancing the evidence base and our ability to adapt”, Application for Research and Development Project for the Centre of Expertise for Waters (CREW), PI: Professor Jim Hansom, Co-I: Dr Larissa Naylor; Dr Ria Dunkley; Dr Martin Hurst; Dr Richard Williams (£237,774.70, December 2017).
  • Spark funder crowdfunding: Spot-a-Bee: Mapping the Urban Garden Bee, January 2020-January 2022 (Awarded: £3,577.50, PI: Ria Dunkley).
  • Chancellors Award, University of Glasgow: Spot-a-Bee 2.0: Gathering pharmaceutical data and enhancing environmental learning opportunities and conservation efforts through plant-based citizen science, Nov 2019-Nov 2021 (Awarded: £2,500, PI: Ria Dunkley).
  • School of Education, Small project award, Spot-a-Bee 2.0: Ecopedagogy through citizen science: Spot-a-Bee 2.0: a focus upon primary education settings, February 2020-June 2020 (Awarded: £4,765.20, PI: Ria Dunkley).
  • Academic Returners and Research Support, University of Glasgow: Exploring environmental education in the context of National Parks in Scotland and the United States, June 2019-Nov 2020 (Awarded: £10,000, PI: Ria Dunkley).
  • “Impact study, British Council school programmes in Scotland”, PI-Professor Kay Livingstone; PI: Professor Catherine Doherty, Co-I: Professor Trevor Gale; Co-I: Dr Catherine Lido; Co-I: Dr Ria Dunkley; Co-I: Dr Stephen Parker (£52,358.92, December 2017).
  • Writing workshop at the University of Stavanger on young people and gardens, the University of Stavanger, Faculty of Arts and Education Project Development Grant, PI – Barbara Maria Sageidet; Co-I: Ria Dunkley; Co-I: Sylvia Almeida (20,000NOK) (October 2016)
  • International interdisciplinary workshop on Environmental Governance, British Council grant to participate, University of Brasilia, Brazil, 4-8 July 2016.
  • Exploring the motivations and experiences of environmental citizen scientists: A comparative study of two citizen science learning spaces, Sustainable places research institute data collection fund award (£2,975.59, PI: Ria Dunkley).
  • ESRC Impact acceleration Account: Building evaluative capacity amongst outdoor learning practitioners: Enhancing user experience understanding through place-based research methodologies, January 2016 -December 2016 (Awarded ESRC £2,858.00, PI).
  • Santander grant to establish a citizen science project: “spotabee.buzz” (Awarded Santander, £5,000, Co-I: Ria Dunkley & Co-I: Professor Les Baillie).
  • Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP) award to host placement students for the research project: ‘The Campus as a Living Laboratory – sustainable place-making through visualisations’, July 2015 (Awarded Cardiff University, £1,440, PI).
  • GW4 Initiator fund: 'Sustainability, Place and Memory': An Environmental Humanities Network, 2015 (Awarded £5,106 GW4) (PI: Dr Nicola Whyte, Co-I: Ria Dunkley, Co-I, Professor Peter Coates, Co-I, Professor Axel Goodbody)
  • ERASMUS+ Teaching mobility placement, Luleå University of Technology, ERASMUS 2015 (Awarded EU funds 1,480 EUR).
  • Canal and Rivers Trust (CRT) – Devising a Public Benefits Outcome Framework, 2014 (Awarded CRT, £40,000) (PI: Professor Terry Marsden, Co-I: Dr Ria Dunkley; Co-I: Dr Alex Franklin)
  • Two Cardiff Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme (CUROP) awards to host placement students for the research project: ‘The University Campus as a Living Laboratory – Exploring place-based learning approaches to Education for Sustainability’, July 2014 (Awarded Cardiff University, £2,720, PI).
  • Funding to host a HEA Seminar at Cardiff University: ‘The Campus as a Living Laboratory: Place-based Approaches to Education for Sustainability, 2013. (Awarded HEA, £750.00) (PI).
  • ‘Sensing, sense-making and sustainable place-making: An arts & social science collaborative network’, 2013, (Awarded AHRC, £39,920.51) (PI: Professor Karen Henwood, Co-I: Professor Carl Lavery, Co-I, Dr Ria Dunkley, Co-I: Dr Chis Groves).
  • Creative Resilience through Community Imaginings’, 2013, (Awarded AHRC, £11,939) (PI: Professor Ann Light; Co-I: Dr Carl Lavery; Co-I: Dr Ruth Rettie; Co-I: Dr Katrina Brown; Co-I: Dr Ria Dunkley.
  • University of Wales, Doctoral Scholarship, 2004-2007 (Fees & Living Stipend). 

Supervision

Ria has in the past supported Masters Students through their dissertations in a range of subjects within the field of human geography and education studies. She currently supervises Postgraduate students within the School of Education, through the MEd Professional Practice programme. 

She currently supervised the following doctoral candidates within the School of Education: 

  • Brighid Golden Thesis title: Exploring the potential of development education within initial teacher education in Ireland to develop critical thinking and a commitment to social justice in its students.
  • Ruiqi Jiang Exploring the concept of formal environmental education: by comparing the curriculum practices in China and UK.
  • Christian Mathers (2021/24) Beauty as well as Bread: A systems perspective of the John Muir Award (JMA) as a multifunctional intervention for environmental sustainability, public health and social equity in Scotland.
  • Kirsten Somerville (2021/24) Earth Writing: Teaching Geographical Processes through Narrative and Poetic Expression

Ria has acted as an internal and external examiner for PhD and MRes theses at Erasmus University Rotterdam; the University of Otago (New Zealand), La Trobe University (Australia); the University of Birmingham & Cardiff Metropolitan University.

I am happy to hear from students interested in pursuing research projects in environmental education; education for sustainability; climate change education; community engagement in environmental and climate-related local action and citizen science. 

  • Affiah, Uduak
    Vulnerability of the Nigerian coastal communities to climate change induced coastal hazard.
  • Golden, Brighid
    Exploring the potential of development education within initial teacher education in Ireland to develop critical thinking and a commitment to social justice in its students
  • Jackson, Neil
    EPSRC iCASE 2016 Green biofilters: testing multifunctional urban greening solutions that improve asset resilience and air and water quality
  • Jiang, Ruiqi
    Exploring the concept of formal environmental education

Shuqi Rao (2017/20) The Challenge of Unity among Diversity: A Comparative Study of National Identity Education in the Context of Globalization in China and Scotland (University of Glasgow).

Alister Foreman (2014/17) Energy and equity revisited: examining local approaches to energy justice through community renewables development in Wales (Cardiff University).

Justyna Prosser (2014/17) The role and transformative potential of finance in mutual ownership model in UK peripheral places (Cardiff University).

Teaching

I teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the areas of geography, environment and sustainability.

List of teaching roles on the Masters of Education (MEduc Primary):

  • Rethinking Education and Society, Course Convenor (L4, 2017 & 2020/-present).
  • Education and Society, Course Convenor (L3, 2019/-present)
  • Education Enquiry (L4, 2019/-present)
  • Education and Society (L1, 2019/20)
  • Education and Society (L2, 2017/18)
  • Education Enquiry (L3, 2017/18)
  • Education in Practice (L3, 2017/18)
  • Heritage Citizenship and Sustainability (L3, 2017/18)
  • Education in Practice (L4, 2017/18)
  • Advisor of Studies (2017/-present

PgDE in Primary Education - Social Studies - Geography (2017/18).

MEd Professional Practice (2017-20 Dissertation supervision)

MSc Education Studies (2017/18 Dissertation supervision)

MSc Adult and Continuing Education (2017/18 Dissertation supervision)

I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and gained a distinction for my PgC in Teaching in Higher Education (2007). I was also an honorary fellow of the Institute of Teaching and Learning at Warwick University (2016-2021).

Additional information

Professional Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2007).
  • PRINCE2® (PRojects IN Controlled Environments), Accredited Practitioner (2012).
  • Professional Certificate in Environmental Management, Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA), Distinction (2012).

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
  • Member of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society
  • Member of the Scottish Association of Geography Teachers
  • Member of National Association for Environmental Education
  • Member of Global Environmental Education Partnership
  • Member of the Association of Heritage Interpretation

Academic Refereeing

Area, Environmental Science & Policy, Journal of Environmental Policy, Mobilities, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene; Annals of Tourism Research, Journal of Tourism Management, International Journal of Tourism Research, Tourism, Routledge, Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, Leisure Studies, Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, International Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, Education Research.