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Allsop, D., Allen, H., Clare, H., Cook, I, Raxter, H., Upton, C. and Williams, A. (forthcoming) Ethnography & participant observation. in Basil Gomez & John Paul Jones III (eds) Research methods in geography: a first course. Oxford: Blackwell.

Anderson, J., Askins, K., Cook, I., Desforges, L., Evans, J., Fannin, M., Fuller, D., Griffiths, H., Lambert, D., Lee, R., MacLeavy, J., Mayblin, L., Morgan, J., Payne, B., Pykett, J., Roberts, D. & Skelton, T. (2008 ) What is geography’s contribution to making citizens? Geography 93(1), 34-9 (position papers: download here).

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Cook, I. (2000) ‘You want to be careful you don’t end up like Ian. He’s all over the place’: autobiography in/of an expanded field. in Pamela Moss (ed) Placing autobiography in geography. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 99-120 (link)

Cook, I. (1998 ) ‘You want to be careful you don’t end up like Ian, he’s all over the place’: autobiography in/of an expanded field (the director’s cut). (download).

Cook, I. (1997) A grumpy thesis: geography, autobiography, pedagogy. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Bristol.

Cook et al, I. (2006) Geographies of food: following. Progress in human geography 30(5) 655-666 (link)

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Cook et al, I. (2004) Follow the thing: papaya. Antipode 36(4), 642-664 (download)

Cook et al, I.(2000) Social sculpture and connective aesthetics: Shelley Sacks’ ‘Exchange Values’. Ecumene: a journal of cultural geography 7(3), 338-344 (download)

Cook, I., Crang, P. & Thorpe, M. (2000) Regions to be cheerful? Culinary authenticity & its geographies. in Cook, I., Crouch, D., Naylor, S. & Ryan, J. (eds.) Cultural turns / geographical turns: perspectives on cultural geography. Harlow: Longman, 109-139.

Cook, I., Crang, P. & Thorpe, M. (1999) Eating into Britishness: multicultural imaginaries and the identity politics of food. in Roseneil, S. & Seymour, J. (eds.) Practising identities: power & resistance. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 223-248.

Cook, I., Evans, J., Griffiths, H., Morris, R., Wrathmell, S. et al. (2007) ‘It’s more than just what it is:’ defetishising commodities, expanding fields, mobilising change… Geoforum 38(6), 1113-1126

Cook, I., Evans, J., Griffiths, H., Mayblin, L., Payne, B. & Roberts, D.(2007) ‘Made in…?’ appreciating the everyday geographies of connected lives. Teaching geography, Summer, 80-3

Cook, I., Motamedi, M. & Williams, A.(2006) Stuff geography. Primary Geographer, Autumn, 38-9

Doolittle, W. & Batterbury, S. (2007) Michael J Watts: winner of the 2007 Robert McC. Netting Award. Association of American Geographers Political and Cultural Geography Speciality Group (link)

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Evans, J., Cook, I. & Griffiths, H. (2007) Creativity, group pedagogy & social action: a departure from Gough. Educational Philosophy & theory 40(2), 330-345

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