Books

Swanton, D. (in progress). Cultural Geographies. London: Sage.


Journal articles

Swanton, D. (2013). ‘The steel plant as assemblage’, Geoforum, 44:1, 282-291.

Swanton, D. (2012). ‘Afterimages of Steel: Dortmund’, Space and Culture, 15:4, 264-282.

Anderson, B., Keanes, M., McFarlane, C., and Swanton, D. (2012). ‘On assemblages and geography’, Dialogues in Human Geography, 2:2, 171-189.

Anderson, B., Keanes, M., McFarlane, C., and Swanton, D. (2012). ‘Materialism and the politics of assemblage’, Dialogues in Human Geography, 2:2, 212-215.

Hudson, R. and Swanton, D. (2012) ‘Global shifts in contemporary times: the changing trajectories of steeltowns in China, Germany and the United Kingdom’, European Urban and Regional Studies 19:1, 6-19.

Swanton, D. (2011) ‘Introduction: Assemblage and Critical Urban Praxis - Part 4’ CITY 15:6, 727-730.

Swanton, D. (2011) ‘Introduction: Assemblage and Critical Urban Praxis - Part 3’ CITY 15:5, 548-551.

Swanton, D. (2011) ‘Introduction: Assemblage and Critical Urban Praxis - Part 2’ CITY 15:3-4, 343-346.

Swanton, D. (2010). ‘Flesh, metal, road: tracing the machinic geographies of race’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28:3, pp. 447-466.

Swanton, D. (2010). ‘Sorting bodies: race, affect and everyday multiculture in a milltown in Northern England’, Environment and Planning A. 42:10, 2232-2250.

Swanton, D. (2008). ‘The force of race’, Darkmatter: in the Ruins of Imperial Culture. 2. Special issue on Race/Matter. 

Swanton, D. (2005). ‘Iranians in Vancouver: ‘Legible people’/Irredeemable others/Migrants stories’, RIIM Working Paper Series 05‐21, Vancouver Centre of Excellence, University of British Columbia.

Smith, M., Storey, A and Swanton, D. (2003). Book Review: The Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography. Antipode, 2003. 35:1. pp.201‐204.


Book chapters

Swanton, D. (2015). ‘Encountering Keighley: more-than-human geographies of difference in a former mill town’, in Encountering the City: Urban Encounters from Accra to New York. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Swanton, D. (2013). ‘Waste’ in The Routledge Handbook of Mobilities edited by Adey, P., Bissell, D., Hannam, K., Merriman, P. and Sheller, M. London: Routledge.

Swanton, D. (2008). ‘Everyday multiculture and the emergence of race’ in Dwyer, C. and C. Bressey (eds.) New Geographies of Race and Racism in the British Isles. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp.239‐254.

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Invited seminars and lectures

Swanton, D. (2015). 'Multicultural atmopsheres: affect, living with difference and the craft of geographical writing', Sociology, University of York, November 2015.

Swanton, D. (2014). 'Writing for publication' CUSO (Swiss Doctoral Training Centre) Workshop, University of Neuchâtel, December 2014.

Swanton, D. (2013). ‘Multicultural atmospheres: narratives of living with difference in a northern mill town’, Geography, University of Leicester, November 2013.

Swanton, D. (2013). ‘Early Career Publishing’, Panel organised by Geoforum at the Royal Geographical Society – Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, London, August 2013.

Swanton, D. (2013) Discussant at ‘Vulnerabilities at the Core’ as part of the ‘Rethinking Peripheries and Centres’, ESRC seminar series at Sociology, Goldsmiths University of London, May 2013.

Swanton, D. (2013). ‘Race rides on the car: multiculture, automobilities and performing difference in a northern mill town’, Public Lecture at the Centre for Applied Social Research at the University of Bradford, May 2013.

Swanton, D. (2012). ‘Everyday Multiculture’, Department of Geography, Durham University, January 2012.

Swanton D. (2011). ‘Photography and industrial remains’ School of Environment and Technology, University of Brighton, January 2011.

Swanton D. (2009). ‘Industrial remains: the material traces of globalisation’, Department of Geography, Durham University, November 2009.


Conference papers

 

Swanton, D. (2015). 'Encounters, situations and enacting a politics of living with difference', Association of American Geographers, Chicago, April 2015.

Swanton, D. (2012). ‘The turbulence of urban multiculture’, ‘Living with Difference’, University of Leeds, September 2012.

Swanton, D. (2012). ‘Multicultural Atmospheres’, RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Edinburgh, July 2012.

Swanton, D. (2010). ‘Photography in a minor tradition: afterimages of steel’, ‘The Social Life of Methods’, CRESC Annual Conference, Oxford, September 2010.

Swanton, D. (2009). ‘Assemblage as a theory and method for economic geography’, Special session on ‘Methodology, philosophy and the practice of economic geography’ at Royal Geographical Society–Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, August 2009.

Swanton, D., MacKillop, F. and R. Hudson. (2009). ‘An uncertain shift to the East: the changing geographies of steel production’, Special session on ‘The rise of China and its implications for the developed world’ at Royal Geographical Society–Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, August 2009.

Swanton, D. (2009). ‘The Steel Plant as Assemblage’, The Waste of the World Mid Point Conference, Royal Geographical Society, 30th April 2009.

Swanton, D. (2008). ‘Flesh, metal, road: tracing the machinic materialities of race’. Doing Race, Department of Geography, Durham University, January 2008.

Swanton, D. (2007). ‘Beyond Segregation’. Approaching the City, Annual Conference of the Urban Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society‐Institute of British Geographers, November 2007.

Swanton, D. (2007). ‘Multicultures’ microclimates’. Special session on ‘Animating Geographies’ at Royal Geographical Society–Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, August 2007.

Swanton, D. (2007). ‘Race rides on the car: some thoughts on the circulation of affect.’ Theorising Affect, Department of Geography, Durham University, January 2007.

Swanton, D. (2006). ‘Feeling difference: the emergence of raced bodies in Keighley.’ Special session on ‘Cities and the territorialisation of identity politics’ at Royal Geographical Society – Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, August‐September, 2006.

Swanton, D. (2005). ‘Making racial sense: White anxieties feedback into life’. Theorising emotional/affectual geographies in research on race, ethnicity and identity, Department of Geography, Durham University, September 2005.

Swanton, D. (2005). ‘White anxieties and everyday geographies of racism in Keighley’. Special session on ‘New geographies of race and racism’ at Royal Geographical Society – Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, August‐September 2005.

Swanton, D. (2005). ‘Enacting white anxieties: everyday geographies of ‘race fear’ in Keighley’. Fear: Critical Geopolitics and Everyday Life Conference, Department of Geography, Durham University, July 2005.

Swanton, D. (2004). ‘Whiteness, anxiety and psycho‐geographies of a multicultural city’. International Geographical Union/Institute of British Geographers Conference, Glasgow, August 2004.

Swanton, D. (2003). ‘‘Overlapping Territories’: Immigration and the production of Iranian Identities in Vancouver’. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Conference, Victoria (B.C., Canada), May 2003.

Swanton, D. (2003). ‘Constructing Iranian Identity: Official statistics, media narratives and self representation.’ Spring Symposium, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, April 2003.

Swanton, D. (2003). ‘A Cultural Politics of Identity: Narrating Iranian Identities in Vancouver’. Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, New Orleans (Louisiana, USA), March 2003.