Professor Simon Naylor

  • Professor of Historical Geography (School of Geographical & Earth Sciences)

telephone: 0141 3305171
email: Simon.Naylor@glasgow.ac.uk

School of Geographical, and Earth Sciences, East Quadrangle, Main Building

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-7747-1714

Biography

I am an internationally recognised historical geographer and historian of science, technology and exploration, with a focus on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. I have a strong track record in leading debates in my field, achieved through editorship of books and journal special issues, author of monographs and of journal articles in the top-geography, sociology and history of science journals. I have also served as Editor of Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, which is one of the foremost journals of Geography internationally. My global esteem is recognised through numerous invitations as keynote speaker at international meetings and organisations including the Smithsonian. He was the most recent holder of the National Library of Scotland’s Graham Brown Research Fellowship.

 

I have a number of ongoing, externally funded research projects: 1) the historical geographies of meteorological observatories in nineteenth-century Britain and its empire; 2) the social histories of extreme weather in Scotland since the late nineteenth century; 3) scientific instruments and museum spaces. Previous research projects have examined the historical geographies of geophysics in the polar regions during the Cold War; the histories and heritage of environmental and climate change; and regional scientific cultures in the nineteenth century.

Publications

Selected publications

Naylor, S. (2010) Regionalizing Science: Placing Knowledges in Victorian England. Series: Science and culture in the nineteenth century (11). Pickering & Chatto: London. ISBN 9781851966363

Naylor, S. (2009) Fieldwork and the geographical career: T. Griffith Taylor and the exploration of Australia. In: Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (eds.) New Spaces of Exploration: Geographies of Discovery in the Twentieth Century. Series: Tauris historical geography series (2). I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 105-124. ISBN 9781848850170

Turchetti, S., Dean, K., Naylor, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) Accidents and opportunities: a history of the radio echo-sounding of Antarctica, 1958–79. British Journal for the History of Science, 41(03), pp. 417-444. (doi: 10.1017/S0007087408000903)

Dean, K., Naylor, S. , Turchetti, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) Data in Antarctic science and politics. Social Studies of Science, 38(4), pp. 571-604. (doi: 10.1177/0306312708090693)

All publications

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Number of items: 51.

2020

Naylor, S. and Goodman, M. (2020) Atmospheric empire: historical geographies of meteorology at the colonial observatories. In: Mahony, M. and Randalls, S. (eds.) Weather, Climate, and the Geographical Imagination: Placing Atmospheric Knowledges. Series: INTERSECTIONS: histories of environment. University of Pittsburgh Press: Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 25-42. ISBN 9780822946168 (doi:10.2307/j.ctv10h9g13.5)

2019

Naylor, S. and Schaffer, S. (2019) Nineteenth-century survey sciences: enterprises, expeditions and exhibitions: introduction. Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 73(2), pp. 135-147. (doi: 10.1098/rsnr.2019.0005)

Naylor, S. (2019) Thermometer screens and the geographies of uniformity in nineteenth-century meteorology. Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 73, pp. 203-221. (doi: 10.1098/rsnr.2018.0037)

2017

Naylor, S. (2017) Historical geography in Transactions. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 42(4), pp. 485-488. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12222)

Veale, L., Endfield, G., Davies, S., Macdonald, N., Naylor, S. , Royer, M.-J., Bowen, J., Tyler-Jones, R. and Jones, C. (2017) Dealing with the deluge of historical weather data: the example of the TEMPEST database. Geo: Geography and Environment, 4(2), e00039. (doi: 10.1002/geo2.39)

Crampton, J. W., Ginn, F., Kirsch, S., Kobayashi, A., Naylor, S. and Seemann, J. (2017) Teaching the history of geography: current challenges and future directions. Progress in Human Geography, 41(2), pp. 245-262. (doi: 10.1177/0309132515575940)

Bailey, A., Dowling, R., Little, J. and Naylor, S. (2017) Editorial. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 42(1), p. 1. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12167)

2016

Bailey, A., Dowling, R., Little, J. and Naylor, S. (2016) Editorial. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41(2), pp. 107-108. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12110)

2015

Naylor, S. (2015) Log books and the law of storms: maritime meteorology and the British Admiralty in the Nineteenth Century. Isis, 106(4), pp. 771-797. (doi: 10.1086/684641)

Naylor, S. (2015) Weather instruments all at sea: meteorology and the Royal Navy in the nineteenth century. In: MacDonald, F. and Withers, C. W.J. (eds.) Geography, Technology and Instruments of Exploration. Series: Studies in historical geography. Routledge: Farnham, pp. 77-96. ISBN 9781472434258

Endfield, G. and Naylor, S. (2015) Climate and cultural heritage: an experiment with the ‘Weather Memory Bank’. In: Harvey, D. and Perry, J. (eds.) The Future of Heritage as Climates Change:Loss, Adaptation and Creativity. Series: Key issues in cultural heritag. Routledge, pp. 62-77. ISBN 9781138781832

Endfield, G. and Naylor, S. (2015) Climate and cultural heritage: an experiment with the ‘weather memory bank'. In: Harvey, D. and Perry, J. (eds.) The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity. Series: Key issues in cultural heritage. Routledge: London, pp. 62-77. ISBN 9781138781832

2014

Veale, L., Endfield, G. and Naylor, S. (2014) Knowing weather in place: the Helm Wind of Cross Fell. Journal of Historical Geography, 45, pp. 25-37. (doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2014.03.003)

2011

Naylor, S. (2011) Historical geographies of provincial science. Journal of Historical Geography, 37(3), pp. 390-392. (doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2011.06.008)[Book Review]

DeSilvey, C., Naylor, S. and Sackett, C. (Eds.) (2011) Anticipatory History. Uniformbooks: Axminster. ISBN 9780956855923

Naylor, S. and Hill, J. (2011) Museums. In: Agnew, J.A. and Livingstone, D.N. (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Geographical Knowledge. SAGE: London, pp. 390-392. ISBN 9781412910811

2010

Naylor, S. (2010) Geological mapping and the geographies of proprietorship in nineteenth-century Cornwall. In: Livingstone, D.N. and Withers, C.W.J. (eds.) Geographies of Nineteenth-Century Science. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, IL and London, pp. 345-370. ISBN 9780226487267

Naylor, S. (2010) Regionalizing Science: Placing Knowledges in Victorian England. Series: Science and culture in the nineteenth century (11). Pickering & Chatto: London. ISBN 9781851966363

2009

Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. eds. (2009) New Spaces of Discovery: Geographies of Exploration in the Twentieth Century. Series: Tauris historical geography series, 2. I.B. Tauris: London. ISBN 9781848850170

Naylor, S. (2009) Exploration and the twentieth century. In: Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (eds.) New Spaces of Discovery: Geographies of Exploration in the Twentieth Century. Series: Tauris historical geography series (2). I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9781848850170

Naylor, S. (2009) Fieldwork and the geographical career: T. Griffith Taylor and the exploration of Australia. In: Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (eds.) New Spaces of Exploration: Geographies of Discovery in the Twentieth Century. Series: Tauris historical geography series (2). I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 105-124. ISBN 9781848850170

2008

Naylor, S. , Dean, K. and Siegert, M. (2008) The IGY and the ice sheet: surveying Antarctica. Journal of Historical Geography, 34(4), pp. 574-595. (doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2008.07.001)

Turchetti, S., Dean, K., Naylor, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) Accidents and opportunities: a history of the radio echo-sounding of Antarctica, 1958–79. British Journal for the History of Science, 41(03), pp. 417-444. (doi: 10.1017/S0007087408000903)

Dean, K., Naylor, S. , Turchetti, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) Data in Antarctic science and politics. Social Studies of Science, 38(4), pp. 571-604. (doi: 10.1177/0306312708090693)

Naylor, S. , Siegert, M., Dean, K. and Turchetti, S. (2008) Science, geopolitics and the governance of Antarctica. Nature Geoscience, 1(3), pp. 143-145. (doi: 10.1038/ngeo138)

Naylor, S. (2008) Seismic waves. In: Yusoff, K. (ed.) Bipolar. Arts Catalyst, pp. 46-47. ISBN 9780953454662

Turchetti, S., Dean, K., Naylor, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) In principio fu la Guerra Fredda. Sapere, 74, pp. 24-34.

Turchetti, S., Naylor, S. , Dean, K. and Siegert, M. (2008) On thick ice: scientific internationalism and Antarctic affairs, 1957–1980. History and Technology, 24(4), pp. 351-376. (doi: 10.1080/07341510802357419)

2007

Naylor, S. (2007) Provincial authorities and botanical provinces: Elizabeth Warren’s 'Hortus Siccus of the Indigenous Plants of Cornwall'. Garden History, 35(Sup 2), pp. 84-95.

2006

Naylor, S. (2006) Nationalizing provincial weather: meteorology in nineteenth-century Cornwall. British Journal for the History of Science, 39(03), pp. 407-433. (doi: 10.1017/S0007087406008399)

2005

Naylor, S. (2005) Introduction: historical geographies of science – places, contexts, cartographies. British Journal for the History of Science, 38(1), pp. 1-12. (doi: 10.1017/S0007087404006430)

Naylor, S. (2005) Writing the region: Jonathan Couch and the Cornish fauna. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 30(1), pp. 33-45. (doi: 10.1179/030801805X19708)

2004

Naylor, S. (2004) Henry Walter Bates. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 136-139. ISBN 9781855069992

Naylor, S. (2004) Jonathan Couch. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 492-493. ISBN 9781855069992

Naylor, S. (2004) Richard Couch. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 493-494. ISBN 9781855069992

Naylor, S. (2004) Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 2076-2077. ISBN 9781855069992

2003

Naylor, S. (2003) Collecting quoits: field cultures in the history of Cornish antiquarianism. Cultural Geographies, 10(3), pp. 309-333. (doi: 10.1191/1474474003eu277oa)

Naylor, S. (2003) Exploration and field work. In: Heilbron, J.L. (ed.) The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 288-291. ISBN 9780195112290

Naylor, S. (2003) Mosques, temples and gurdwaras: new sites of religion in twentieth century Britain. In: Gilbert, D., Matless, D. and Short, B. (eds.) Geographies of British Modernity: Space and Society in the Twentieth Century. Series: RGS-IBG book series. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 609-603. ISBN 9780631235002

2002

Naylor, S. (2002) The field, the museum and the lecture hall: the spaces of natural history in Victorian Cornwall. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 27(4), pp. 494-513. (doi: 10.1111/1475-5661.00067)

Naylor, S. (2002) Curiosity and curiosities in early modern England. Journal of Historical Geography, 28(4), pp. 609-613. (doi: 10.1006/jhge.2002.0506)[Book Review]

Dewsbury, J.D. and Naylor, S. (2002) Practising geographical knowledge: fields, bodies and dissemination. Area, 34(3), pp. 253-260. (doi: 10.1111/1475-4762.00079)

Gale, R. and Naylor, S. (2002) Religion, planning and the city: the spatial politics of ethnic minority expression in British cities and towns. Ethnicities, 2(3), pp. 387-409. (doi: 10.1177/14687968020020030601)

Naylor, S. and Ryan, J.R. (2002) The mosque in the suburbs: negotiating religion and ethnicity in South London. Social and Cultural Geography, 3(1), pp. 39-59. (doi: 10.1080/14649360120114134)

2001

Naylor, S. (2001) Discovering nature, rediscovering the self: natural historians and the landscapes of Argentina. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 19(2), pp. 227-247. (doi: 10.1068/d207t)

2000

Naylor, S. (2000) "That Very Garden of South America": European surveyors in Paraguay. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 21(1), pp. 48-62. (doi: 10.1111/1467-9493.00063)

Cook, I., Crouch, D., Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (Eds.) (2000) Cultural Turns/Geographical Turns: Perspectives on Cultural Geography. Prentice Hall. ISBN 9780582368873

Naylor, S. (2000) Society and nature: an introduction. In: Cook, I., Crouch, D., Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (eds.) Cultural Turns/Geographical Turns: Perspectives on Cultural Geography. Prentice Hall, pp. 261-264.

Naylor, S. (2000) Spacing the can: empire, modernity, and the globalisation of food. Environment and Planning A, 32(9), pp. 1625-1639. (doi: 10.1068/a32166)

1999

Naylor, S. (1999) Spatial regulation of British emigration to Argentina. In: Edkins, J., Persram, N. and Pin-Fat, V. (eds.) Sovereignty and Subjectivity. Series: Critical perspectives on world politics. L. Rienne: Boulder, CO, pp. 71-87. ISBN 9781555878030

1997

Naylor, S. and Jones, G.A. (1997) Writing orderly geographies of distant places: the regional survey movement and Latin America. Ecumene, 4(3), pp. 273-299. (doi: 10.1177/147447409700400302)

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Number of items: 51.

Articles

Naylor, S. and Schaffer, S. (2019) Nineteenth-century survey sciences: enterprises, expeditions and exhibitions: introduction. Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 73(2), pp. 135-147. (doi: 10.1098/rsnr.2019.0005)

Naylor, S. (2019) Thermometer screens and the geographies of uniformity in nineteenth-century meteorology. Notes and Records of the Royal Society, 73, pp. 203-221. (doi: 10.1098/rsnr.2018.0037)

Naylor, S. (2017) Historical geography in Transactions. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 42(4), pp. 485-488. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12222)

Veale, L., Endfield, G., Davies, S., Macdonald, N., Naylor, S. , Royer, M.-J., Bowen, J., Tyler-Jones, R. and Jones, C. (2017) Dealing with the deluge of historical weather data: the example of the TEMPEST database. Geo: Geography and Environment, 4(2), e00039. (doi: 10.1002/geo2.39)

Crampton, J. W., Ginn, F., Kirsch, S., Kobayashi, A., Naylor, S. and Seemann, J. (2017) Teaching the history of geography: current challenges and future directions. Progress in Human Geography, 41(2), pp. 245-262. (doi: 10.1177/0309132515575940)

Bailey, A., Dowling, R., Little, J. and Naylor, S. (2017) Editorial. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 42(1), p. 1. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12167)

Bailey, A., Dowling, R., Little, J. and Naylor, S. (2016) Editorial. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41(2), pp. 107-108. (doi: 10.1111/tran.12110)

Naylor, S. (2015) Log books and the law of storms: maritime meteorology and the British Admiralty in the Nineteenth Century. Isis, 106(4), pp. 771-797. (doi: 10.1086/684641)

Veale, L., Endfield, G. and Naylor, S. (2014) Knowing weather in place: the Helm Wind of Cross Fell. Journal of Historical Geography, 45, pp. 25-37. (doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2014.03.003)

Naylor, S. , Dean, K. and Siegert, M. (2008) The IGY and the ice sheet: surveying Antarctica. Journal of Historical Geography, 34(4), pp. 574-595. (doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2008.07.001)

Turchetti, S., Dean, K., Naylor, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) Accidents and opportunities: a history of the radio echo-sounding of Antarctica, 1958–79. British Journal for the History of Science, 41(03), pp. 417-444. (doi: 10.1017/S0007087408000903)

Dean, K., Naylor, S. , Turchetti, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) Data in Antarctic science and politics. Social Studies of Science, 38(4), pp. 571-604. (doi: 10.1177/0306312708090693)

Naylor, S. , Siegert, M., Dean, K. and Turchetti, S. (2008) Science, geopolitics and the governance of Antarctica. Nature Geoscience, 1(3), pp. 143-145. (doi: 10.1038/ngeo138)

Turchetti, S., Dean, K., Naylor, S. and Siegert, M. (2008) In principio fu la Guerra Fredda. Sapere, 74, pp. 24-34.

Turchetti, S., Naylor, S. , Dean, K. and Siegert, M. (2008) On thick ice: scientific internationalism and Antarctic affairs, 1957–1980. History and Technology, 24(4), pp. 351-376. (doi: 10.1080/07341510802357419)

Naylor, S. (2007) Provincial authorities and botanical provinces: Elizabeth Warren’s 'Hortus Siccus of the Indigenous Plants of Cornwall'. Garden History, 35(Sup 2), pp. 84-95.

Naylor, S. (2006) Nationalizing provincial weather: meteorology in nineteenth-century Cornwall. British Journal for the History of Science, 39(03), pp. 407-433. (doi: 10.1017/S0007087406008399)

Naylor, S. (2005) Introduction: historical geographies of science – places, contexts, cartographies. British Journal for the History of Science, 38(1), pp. 1-12. (doi: 10.1017/S0007087404006430)

Naylor, S. (2005) Writing the region: Jonathan Couch and the Cornish fauna. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 30(1), pp. 33-45. (doi: 10.1179/030801805X19708)

Naylor, S. (2003) Collecting quoits: field cultures in the history of Cornish antiquarianism. Cultural Geographies, 10(3), pp. 309-333. (doi: 10.1191/1474474003eu277oa)

Naylor, S. (2002) The field, the museum and the lecture hall: the spaces of natural history in Victorian Cornwall. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 27(4), pp. 494-513. (doi: 10.1111/1475-5661.00067)

Dewsbury, J.D. and Naylor, S. (2002) Practising geographical knowledge: fields, bodies and dissemination. Area, 34(3), pp. 253-260. (doi: 10.1111/1475-4762.00079)

Gale, R. and Naylor, S. (2002) Religion, planning and the city: the spatial politics of ethnic minority expression in British cities and towns. Ethnicities, 2(3), pp. 387-409. (doi: 10.1177/14687968020020030601)

Naylor, S. and Ryan, J.R. (2002) The mosque in the suburbs: negotiating religion and ethnicity in South London. Social and Cultural Geography, 3(1), pp. 39-59. (doi: 10.1080/14649360120114134)

Naylor, S. (2001) Discovering nature, rediscovering the self: natural historians and the landscapes of Argentina. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 19(2), pp. 227-247. (doi: 10.1068/d207t)

Naylor, S. (2000) "That Very Garden of South America": European surveyors in Paraguay. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 21(1), pp. 48-62. (doi: 10.1111/1467-9493.00063)

Naylor, S. (2000) Spacing the can: empire, modernity, and the globalisation of food. Environment and Planning A, 32(9), pp. 1625-1639. (doi: 10.1068/a32166)

Naylor, S. and Jones, G.A. (1997) Writing orderly geographies of distant places: the regional survey movement and Latin America. Ecumene, 4(3), pp. 273-299. (doi: 10.1177/147447409700400302)

Books

Naylor, S. (2010) Regionalizing Science: Placing Knowledges in Victorian England. Series: Science and culture in the nineteenth century (11). Pickering & Chatto: London. ISBN 9781851966363

Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. eds. (2009) New Spaces of Discovery: Geographies of Exploration in the Twentieth Century. Series: Tauris historical geography series, 2. I.B. Tauris: London. ISBN 9781848850170

Book Sections

Naylor, S. and Goodman, M. (2020) Atmospheric empire: historical geographies of meteorology at the colonial observatories. In: Mahony, M. and Randalls, S. (eds.) Weather, Climate, and the Geographical Imagination: Placing Atmospheric Knowledges. Series: INTERSECTIONS: histories of environment. University of Pittsburgh Press: Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 25-42. ISBN 9780822946168 (doi:10.2307/j.ctv10h9g13.5)

Naylor, S. (2015) Weather instruments all at sea: meteorology and the Royal Navy in the nineteenth century. In: MacDonald, F. and Withers, C. W.J. (eds.) Geography, Technology and Instruments of Exploration. Series: Studies in historical geography. Routledge: Farnham, pp. 77-96. ISBN 9781472434258

Endfield, G. and Naylor, S. (2015) Climate and cultural heritage: an experiment with the ‘Weather Memory Bank’. In: Harvey, D. and Perry, J. (eds.) The Future of Heritage as Climates Change:Loss, Adaptation and Creativity. Series: Key issues in cultural heritag. Routledge, pp. 62-77. ISBN 9781138781832

Endfield, G. and Naylor, S. (2015) Climate and cultural heritage: an experiment with the ‘weather memory bank'. In: Harvey, D. and Perry, J. (eds.) The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity. Series: Key issues in cultural heritage. Routledge: London, pp. 62-77. ISBN 9781138781832

Naylor, S. and Hill, J. (2011) Museums. In: Agnew, J.A. and Livingstone, D.N. (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Geographical Knowledge. SAGE: London, pp. 390-392. ISBN 9781412910811

Naylor, S. (2010) Geological mapping and the geographies of proprietorship in nineteenth-century Cornwall. In: Livingstone, D.N. and Withers, C.W.J. (eds.) Geographies of Nineteenth-Century Science. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, IL and London, pp. 345-370. ISBN 9780226487267

Naylor, S. (2009) Exploration and the twentieth century. In: Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (eds.) New Spaces of Discovery: Geographies of Exploration in the Twentieth Century. Series: Tauris historical geography series (2). I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9781848850170

Naylor, S. (2009) Fieldwork and the geographical career: T. Griffith Taylor and the exploration of Australia. In: Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (eds.) New Spaces of Exploration: Geographies of Discovery in the Twentieth Century. Series: Tauris historical geography series (2). I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 105-124. ISBN 9781848850170

Naylor, S. (2008) Seismic waves. In: Yusoff, K. (ed.) Bipolar. Arts Catalyst, pp. 46-47. ISBN 9780953454662

Naylor, S. (2004) Henry Walter Bates. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 136-139. ISBN 9781855069992

Naylor, S. (2004) Jonathan Couch. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 492-493. ISBN 9781855069992

Naylor, S. (2004) Richard Couch. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 493-494. ISBN 9781855069992

Naylor, S. (2004) Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan. In: Lightman, B. (ed.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century British Scientists. Thoemmes Press: Bristol, pp. 2076-2077. ISBN 9781855069992

Naylor, S. (2003) Exploration and field work. In: Heilbron, J.L. (ed.) The Oxford Companion to the History of Modern Science. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 288-291. ISBN 9780195112290

Naylor, S. (2003) Mosques, temples and gurdwaras: new sites of religion in twentieth century Britain. In: Gilbert, D., Matless, D. and Short, B. (eds.) Geographies of British Modernity: Space and Society in the Twentieth Century. Series: RGS-IBG book series. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 609-603. ISBN 9780631235002

Naylor, S. (2000) Society and nature: an introduction. In: Cook, I., Crouch, D., Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (eds.) Cultural Turns/Geographical Turns: Perspectives on Cultural Geography. Prentice Hall, pp. 261-264.

Naylor, S. (1999) Spatial regulation of British emigration to Argentina. In: Edkins, J., Persram, N. and Pin-Fat, V. (eds.) Sovereignty and Subjectivity. Series: Critical perspectives on world politics. L. Rienne: Boulder, CO, pp. 71-87. ISBN 9781555878030

Book Reviews

Naylor, S. (2011) Historical geographies of provincial science. Journal of Historical Geography, 37(3), pp. 390-392. (doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2011.06.008)[Book Review]

Naylor, S. (2002) Curiosity and curiosities in early modern England. Journal of Historical Geography, 28(4), pp. 609-613. (doi: 10.1006/jhge.2002.0506)[Book Review]

Edited Books

DeSilvey, C., Naylor, S. and Sackett, C. (Eds.) (2011) Anticipatory History. Uniformbooks: Axminster. ISBN 9780956855923

Cook, I., Crouch, D., Naylor, S. and Ryan, J. (Eds.) (2000) Cultural Turns/Geographical Turns: Perspectives on Cultural Geography. Prentice Hall. ISBN 9780582368873

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Grants

  • 2020-2022 Building Climate Resilience through Community, Landscapes and Cultural Heritage. AHRC; £320,000K, Naylor Co-I. Part of the UKRI Climate Resilience Programme.

  • 2020-1 Canadian SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, ‘Reassembling Ontario’s “Near North”: Reparation through university-museum-Indigenous research partnerships’; grant period 2 years; International Collaborator; $200000 (PI Kirsten Greer, Nipissing University).

  •  2019-20 Graham Brown Research Fellowship, National Library of Scotland; £5000.

  •  2019 SGSSS / ESRC Interdisciplinary competition studentship grant, ‘Exploring the social, historical and environmental legacies of steel slag’, grant period 4 years; £14413 per year.

  •  2018 AHRC CDP studentship grant, with Historic Scotland, ‘From Water to Steam: The transition from renewable energy to coal during Scotland’s industrial revolution’; grant period 3 years; £14413 per year.

  • 2013 AHRC Standard Grant, Care for the Future Theme, ‘Spaces of experience and horizons of expectation: the implications of extreme weather events, past, present and future’; grant period 3 years; £1,052,745; Co-applicant (PI Professor Georgina Endfield, Nottingham University).

  • 2013 AHRC Follow On Funding Grant, ‘Snow Scenes: Exploring the Role of Place in Weather Memories’, grant period 14 months until 30 April 2014; £60213; Co-Investigator (PI Professor Georgina Endfield, Nottingham University).

  • 2012 British Academy / Leverhulme Trust Small Research Grant, ‘The Meteorological Crusade: Britain’s Colonial Weather Observatories’; grant period 2 years until August 2014 (extended to April 2015); £6120; Principal Investigator.

  • 2012 AHRC Follow On Funding Grant, ‘Weather talks, Weather Walks: Exploring Popular Climate Histories and Futures’; grant period 1 year until end of January 2013; £90000; Co-applicant (PI Professor Georgina Endfield, Nottingham University).

  • 2010 AHRC Network Grant, ‘Anticipatory Histories of Landscape and Wildlife’; grant period 1 year; £30000; Principal Investigator (Co-applicant Dr Caitlin DeSilvey, University of Exeter).

Supervision

Current PhD Students, all externally funded by UKRI, government bodies or charities like Leverhume. 

  • Iara Calton, From Water to Steam: The transition from renewable energy to coal during Scotland’s industrial revolution. University of Glasgow; 2018-2022; Funded by AHRC CDP studentship grant, with Historic Environment Scotland, second supervisor Paul Bishop.

  • George Tobin, A Historical Geography of Relief Models. University of Glasgow; 2017-2020; Funded by AHRC CDP studentship, with Royal Geographical Society.

  • Tom Sefton, Lord Kelvin and the Earth Sciences. University of Glasgow; 2016-2019; Funded by Leverhulme Trust Collections grant; second supervisor Nicky Reeves.

  • Kirk, Jenna
    Exploring the social, historical and environmental legacies of steel slag
  • Sefton, Thomas
    Considering the life and work of Lord Kelvin from the perspective of the history of the earth sciences

Professional activities & recognition

Research fellowships

  • 2019 - 2020: Graham Brown Research Fellowship, National Library of Scotland

Grant committees & research advisory boards

  • 2014 - 2021: ARHC, Peer Review College

Editorial boards

  • 2014 - 2020: Editor, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
  • 2014 - Present: Editor, Routledge Research in Historical Geography series.
  • 2010 - Present: Editorial Board Member, Journal of Historical Geography.

Professional & learned societies

  • 2012 - 2014: Trustee and Council Member, British Society for the History of Science

Selected international presentations

  • 2015: Managing Cultural Heritage in a Climate Change(d) Future (Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute)
  • 2017: Unsettling Settler Colonialism: Canada at 150 (University of Nipissing, Ontario, Canada)

Additional information

ESTEEM INDICATORS

  • 2019 Invited International Speaker, Fourth Conference in the History of Meteorological Science and Technology, China Meteorological Administration Training Centre, Beijing, China.
  • 2018-19 Formal academic advisor to a major BBC2 series, Icons of the Twentieth Century.
  • 2018  Inaugural lecture, ‘The history of science in Cornwall’, at the Royal Institution of Cornwall’s 200th anniversary celebrations, Royal Cornwall Museum, Truro.
  • 2017 Invited talk and workshop participation, ‘Unsettling Settler Colonialism: Canada at 150’, University of Nipissing, Ontario, Canada.
  • 2015 Invited talk and workshop participation, ‘Managing Cultural Heritage in a Climate Change(d) Future’, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute in collaboration with and funded by the AHRC, Washington DC.
  • 2014 Invited talk, ‘Regional geographies of scientific knowledge: A case-study from nineteenth-century England’, López Piñero Institute for the history of medicine and science, University of Valencia.
  • 2011 Invited talk and workshop participation, ‘Historical Geographies of Weather and Climate’, South Asian Historical Records and Climate Workshop, AHRC and British Library funded event, Bangalore, India.

RELEVANT UNIVERSITY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

  • 2019-  Deputy Head, School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow

  •  2019-  Head of Human Geography Research Group, University of Glasgow

  • 2016-20  Editor, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers   

  • 2014- Editor, Routledge Research in Historical Geography Series

  • 2010- Editorial Board Member, Journal of Historical Geography.

  • 2006-10 Book Review Editor, Journal of Historical Geography

  • 2014-21 Member of AHRC Peer Review College

  • 2012-14 Council Member and Trustee of the British Society for the History of Science.