Dr Mitch Rose

BA, Middle East History, University of Wisconsin, 1992 MA, International Relations, Syracuse University 1996 MA, Geography, Syracuse University 1998 PhD, Geography, Cambridge 2003

Dr Mitch Rose

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography

Department Director of Student Experience

Contact Details

Additional Information

For student appointments please book here: https://www.timetrade.com/book/LZJSG

Teaching

Research

  • Landscape
    • Cultural theory
    • Ethnography
    • Egypt
    • History and Politics of the Middle East

Research Groups

Publications

Marking a lifeRose, M. 2018 The Creative Critic: Writing As/About Practice. Hilevaara , K. & Orley, E. (eds.). Taylor & Francis
Acknowledging the work of poetry: a collaborative commentary on Tim Cresswell’s FenceRose, M., Cooper, D. & Griffiths, H. 2017 (Accepted/In press) In : Cultural Geographies.
LandscapeRose, M. 2017 International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M. F., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W. & Marston, R. A. (eds.). New York: Wiley
A Place for Other Stories: Authorship and Evidence in Experimental TimesRose, M. 2016 In : GeoHumanities.2, 1, p. 132-148
Negative governance: Vulnerability, biopolitics and the origins of governmentRose, M. 2013 In : Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.39, 2, p. 209-223
Dwelling as marking and claimimgRose, M. R. 2012 In : Environment and Planning D: Society and Space.30, 5, p. 757-771
A reply to Daniel Miller and Christopher TilleyRose, M. 2011 In : Journal of Material Culture.16, 3, p. 333-335
Secular materialism: a critique of earthly theoryRose, M. R. 2011 In : Journal of Material Culture.16, 2, p. 107-29
LandscapeRose, M. & Wylie, J. 2011 The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Human Geography. Agnew, J. A. & Duncan, J. S. (eds.). Wiley, p. 221-234 (Blackwell Companions to Geography)
A civil revolution: A commentary on the January Revolution in EgyptRose, M. 2011 In : Environment and Planning A.43, 5, p. 985-9873 p.
Pilgrims: an ethnography of sacrednessRose, M. R. 2010 In : Cultural Geographies.17, 4, p. 507-24
Envisioning the future: Ontology, time and the politics of non-representationRose, M. 2010 Taking-Place: Non-Representational Theories and Geography. Anderson, B. & Harrison, P. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 341-361
Back to back: A response to Landscape, absence and the geographies of loveRose, M. 2010 In : Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.35, 1, p. 141-144
Being-in-Debt: The Limits of Post-Capitalist SubjectivityRose, M. 2008 In : Emotion, Space and Society.1, 2, p. 150-152