Deborah Thien, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
University of Northern British Columbia
3333 University Way
Prince George, BC
CANADA V2N 4Z9
Phone: (250) 960-5935
Fax: (250) 960-6533
Publications Journal Articles
Forthcoming, December 2005. “After or beyond feeling?: a consideration of affect and emotion in geography” Area.
2005. “Intimate Distances, or How to answer the question of ‘us’” in J. Davidson, L. Bondi and M. Smith (eds.) Emotional Geographies, pp. 191-204. Ashgate.
2005. “Recasting the Pattern: Critical Relations in Gender and Rurality” in J. Little and C. Morris (eds.) Critical Studies in Rural Gender Issues, pp. 75-89. Ashgate.
2004. “Love’s Travels and Traces: The Impossible Politics of Luce Irigaray” in J. Sharp, K. Browne and D. Thien (eds.) Women and Geography Study Group: Gender and Geography Reconsidered, pp. 43-48. CD-ROM (ISBN 0-902447-26-2)/
2004. With J. Sharp and K. Browne. “Introduction: Why Study Feminist Geography? Do We Still Need to Bother?” in J. Sharp, K. Browne and D. Thien (eds.) Women and Geography Study Group: Gender and Geography Reconsidered, pp. 1-4. CD-ROM (ISBN 0-902447-26-2).
2004. Review of Hybrid Geographies: Natures, Cultures, Spaces, by Sarah Whatmore (2002). Scottish Geographical Society Journal, 120(3): 227-228.
For further details of my research and teaching, including a current CV, please see my UNBC website: www.unbc.ca/geography/faculty/deborah/