My work

Find out more about my latest monograph, Geography, Art, Research: Artistic Research in the GeoHumanities published by Routledge.

Selected recent and upcoming invited presentations

2020   

  • Seminar: GeoHumanities Creative Methods for Mobility Futures, Konkuk University, South Korea

  • Plenary: Creative Practices for Environmental Futures? Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Australia

  • Seminar: GeoHumanities: A conversation about geographical practice, University of Montreal, Canada

  • Seminar: Creative Methods in Practice? University of Maynooth, Ireland

2019   

  • Plenary: Underground Imaginations, Environmental Crisis & Subterranean Cultural Geographies, Cultural Geographies Annual Lecture, Washington DC, USA

  • Plenary: GeoHumanities - A new approach to Earth Futures? International Geographical Congress, Chile

  • Keynote: What does Creativity Do? Exploring the possibilities of Creative Research Methods for Geography, University i Agder, Norway

  • Seminar: Imagining the Underground? New spaces for Earth Futures, Rachel Carson Centre, Germany

2018   

  • Panel: Anne Buttimer: A Scholar of the GeoHumanities, Irish Geographers Conference, Ireland

  • Panel: Making Space for Care: Making Feminist Academies? Irish Geographers Conference, Ireland

  • Seminar: Creative Methods / Research Creation - 8 Questions, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France

  • Seminar: Doing Creative Geographies, University Pompeu-Fabre, Barcelona, Spain

  • Seminar: What are the GeoHumanities anyway? University of Turku, Finland

  • Panel:  Drawing Geographies, Author Meets Critics, American Association of Geographers, New Orleans, USA

  • Panel: Exposures, Author Meets Critics, American Association of Geographers, New Orleans, USA

  • Panel: Feminist Mentoring For Our Future Academies? Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Conference, Portland, USA

Journal articles

  • Parrott, F. and Hawkins, H. (in press) 'Conversations in the Field: An account of a geography-art collaboration'. Leonardo.

  • Hawkins, H. (2020) 'Underground Imaginations, environmental crisis and subterranean cultural geographies'. Cultural geographies, 27,1,3-22. Invited paper was given as the journal’s annual lecture 2019 at the Association of American Geographers Conference, Washington DC.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2019) 'Doing Gender and the GeoHumanities- celebrations and intoxications'. Gender, Place and Culture, 26, 11, 1503-1518.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2019) ‘(W)holes – Volume, Horizon, Surface – Three Intimate Geologies’, Emotion, Space and Society, 32, Article number: 100583.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2019) ‘On Care: Supervising Graduate Students in the Anxiety Machine,’ ACME: A Journal of Critical Geographies, 18, 4, 816-834.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2019) 'Towards a GeoHumanities GIS' (published panel reflections). Transactions in GIS, 23,1, 161-165.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2018) ‘A Volcanic Incident’: Towards a geopolitical aesthetics of the subterranean, Geopolitics, online first. 

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2018) ‘Geography’s Creative (Re)Turn – Towards a critical framework’', Progress in Human Geography, 43 (6) 963-984.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2018) ‘To talk of turns… Three provocations for cross-disciplinary Creative Turns’, Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, 4 (2), 10-19.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Kanngieser, A. (2017) ‘Artful Climate Change Communication: Overcoming Abstractions, Sensibilities and Distances’, WIRES: Climate Change, 8, 3.

 

  • Elwood, S and Hawkins, H. (2017) ‘Visual Politics: An Intra-disciplinary Perspective’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 107, 2, 4-13.

 

  • De Leeuw, S. and Hawkins, H. (2017) ‘Critical Feminist Geographies and Creative Re/Turns: Practices and Poetics for New Spaces in the Discipline’, Gender, Place and Culture.

 

  • Sachs-Olsen, C. and Hawkins, H. (2016) ‘Archiving the City’, Cultural Geographies 24, 3, 531-543.

 

  • Boswell, K. and Hawkins, H. (2016) ‘Archival fragments: conversations and crossings’, Cultural Geographies, 24, 3 545-552.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2016) ‘Openings for Creative Experiments…’ Dialogues in Human Geography.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2015) ‘What might the GeoHumanities Do? Possibilities, Practices, Publics and Politics.’ GeoHumanities, 2, 211-232, [Editorial and organized discussion symposium].

 

  • Hawkins, H., Marston, S., Ingram, M. and Straughan, E. (2015) ‘The Arts of Socio-Ecological Transformation.’ Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105 (2), 331-341.

  • Hawkins, H. (2015) ‘Montage/Collage: Making Place’. You Are Here: Journal of Creative Geography, 17, 53-60.

  • Hawkins, H. (2015) ‘Creative Geographic Methods: Composing, Representing, Intervening’. Cultural Geographies, 22,2, 247-268. 

  • Hawkins, H.  (2015) ‘It’s all light: Pipillotti Rist’s feminist languages and logics of light’. Senses and Society, 10,2, 158-178. 

 

  • Woodward, K., Jones, JP., Vigdor, L.,  Marston, S., Hawkins, H. and Dixon, D. (2015) One Sinister Hurricane: Simondon and Collaborative Visualization, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105,3, 496-511.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (2014) ‘Nano-art, dynamic matter and the sight/sound of touch’ Geoforum, 51,1, 130-139.

 

  • Delyser, D. and Hawkins, H. (2014) ‘Writing Geography Creatively’ Editorial for a special section of Cultural Geographies in Practice that we edited, Cultural Geographies, 21 (1), 131-134.

 

  • Thomas, N., Hawkins, H. and Harvey, D (2013) ‘Crafting the Region: Creative Industries and Practice of Regional Space’ Regional Studies, 41,1, 77-88.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2013) ‘Geography and Contemporary Art. An Expanding Field: Site, The Body and Practice’ Progress in Human Geography, 37,1, 52-71. [Won the Progress in Human Geography best paper prize for 2013 volume].

 

  • Dixon, D., Hawkins, H. and Straughan, L. (2013) ‘Sublimity, Formalism and the Place of Art within Geomorphology’ Progress in Physical Geography, 37, 2, 227-247.

 

  • Dixon, D., Hawkins, H. and Straughan, L. (2012) ‘Of Human Birds and Living Rocks: Remaking Aesthetics for Post-Human Worlds’ Dialogues in Human Geography, 2, 3, 249-270.

 

  • Dixon, D. Hawkins, H. and Straughan, L. (2012) ‘Golem Geographies’. A reply to Zurr, Lorimer, Clarke, et al. Dialogues in Human Geography, 2, 3, 292-295.

 

  • Harvey, D.  Hawkins, H. and Thomas, N. (2012) ‘Thinking creative clusters beyond the city: people, places and networks’ Geoforum, 43, 3, 529-539.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2011) ‘Dialogues and Doings: Geography and Art-Landscape, critical spatialities and participation’ Geography Compass, 5, 7, 464-478.

 

  • Hawkins, H. et al. (2011) ‘Organic Public Geographies. Making the Connection.’ Antipode, 43, 4, 909-926.

 

  • Harvey, D., Hawkins, H. and Thomas, N. (2011) Regional imaginaries of governance agencies: practising the region of South West Britain, Environment and Planning, A 43, 470-486.

 

  • Hawkins, H.  (2010) The Argument of the Eye. Cultural Geographies of Installation Art.’ Cultural Geographies, 17, 3, 321-340.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2010) ‘Turn your trash into… Rubbish, art and politics, Richard Wentworth’s Geographical imagination.’ Social and Cultural Geography, 11, 8, 805-827.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2010) ‘Collection as Artistic Practice: A Politics of Display.’ Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal ,39, 6, 647-672.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2010) ‘Visions of Excess. Michael Landy’s Breakdown and the theory of Georges Bataille.’ Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 15, 2, 19-37.

 

  • Thomas, N., Hawkins, H. and Harvey, D. (2010) ‘Digital Media Industries in the South West.’ Geography, 35, 14-21.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2009) ‘Touching art, Touching you.’ Senses and Society, 4, 3, 379-385.

Chapters in books

  • Hawkins, H., Marston, S. and Straughan, E. (forthcoming) 'Feminist Icy Geopolitics'. In. Datta, A. et al. (eds) International Handbook of Gender and Feminist Geographers (Routledge: London).

  • Buck-Matthew, E., Gagen, E., Fannin, M. and Hawkins, H. (forthcoming) 'The Body'. In. Sharp J. et al. (eds), Feminist Geography Reader (Sage: London).

 

  • Hawkins, H. (forthcoming) 'History, Geography and the GeoHumanities'. In Domosh, M. Heffernan, M and Withers (eds), Handbook of Historical Geography.

  • Hawkins, H. (forthcoming) 'GeoHumanities'. In Kobayashi, A. et al. (eds), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (Elsevier: London).

 

  • Veal, C. and Hawkins, H. (in press) 'Creativity as Method: Exploring challenges and fulfilling promises?'. In Kong, L. et al. (eds), Handbook- Geographies of Creativity (London: Routledge).

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Parrott, F. (2019) ‘Into the Void’, in ‘A Place More Void’, in Secor, A and Kingsbury, P (eds), (University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln).

  • Hawkins, H. (2019) 'Preface: Expanded Geopoetics?'. In Magrane, E. Russo, L. de Leeuw, S. and Santos-Perez, C (eds), Geopoetics in Practice (Routledge: London) 3-13.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Hughes, R. (2019) ‘Supervising Artistic Research in Geography’. In Boyd, C. (ed), Non-Representational Theories and Art (Palgrave: London).

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Kanngieser, A. (2018) ‘Environmental Art’. In Castree, N. et al. (eds), Companion to Environmental Studies (Routledge: London).

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Catlow, R. (2016) 'Shaping Subjects, Connecting Communities, Imagining Futures? Critically Investigating Play your Place'. In Zebrecki et al. (eds) (2016) Public Art Encounters (Ashgate: Farnham).

  • Hawkins, H. (2016) 'Making spaces for collaboration: the critical geographies of "coming together"’. In Mitchell, P and Wilson, E., Then: Now, The Cultural Capital Exchange 10th Anniversary Collection. London Creative Works.

  • Hawkins, H.  (2016) 'Art-Science and (re)making worlds: Shaping Knowledge, Transforming Subjects, Challenging Institutions'. In Scott, J and Hedigger, I. (eds), Swiss Artists in Labs.

  • Engleman, S. and Hawkins, H. (2016) 'Boros Collection'. In Lopes et al. (eds), Undergrounds: Within our cities (Reaktion: London). 

  • Hawkins, H. and Engleman, S (2016) ‘Levitated Mass’ In Lopes et al. (eds), Undergrounds: Within our cities (Reaktion: London). 

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Engleman, S (2016) ‘Roden Crater’ In Lopes et al. (eds), Undergrounds: Within our cities (Reaktion: London). 

 

  • Hawkins, H.  and Straughan, E. (2015) ‘For Geographical Aesthetics’. In Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (eds), Geographical Aesthetics: Imagining Space, Staging Encounters (Ashgate: Farnham), 1-18.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (2015) ‘Towards a Lively Aesthetics’. In Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (eds), Geographical Aesthetics: Imagining Space, Staging Encounters (Ashgate: Farnham), 19-34.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (2015) ‘Aesthetic Encounters’. In Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (eds),  Geographical Aesthetics: Imagining Space, Staging Encounters (Ashgate: Farnham), 105-120.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (2015) ‘Tissues and textures: Reimaging the Surficial’. In Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (eds), Geographical Aesthetics: Imagining Space, Staging Encounters (Ashgate: Farnham), 198-224.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (2015) ‘Reimagining geoaesthetics’. In Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (eds), Geographical Aesthetics: Imagining Space, Staging Encounters (Ashgate: Farnham), 283-299.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2015) ‘Art.’ In The International Encyclopaedia of Geography: People, The Earth, Environment and Technology (The Association of American Geographers).

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2014) ‘Geography, Art and Aesthetics,’ In Kelly. M (ed), International Encyclopaedia of Aesthetics (Oxford University Press, Oxford), 348-358.

 

  • Garrett, B. L. and Hawkins, H. (2014) ‘Creative Video Ethnographies’ Invited contribution to Bates, C. (ed) Video Methods (Routledge: New York).

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2012) ‘Geography and Art.’ In Warf, B. (ed), Geography: Oxford Bibliographies Online.

  • Hawkins, H. (2012) ‘Picturing Landscape.’ In Howard, P. (ed), Companion to Landscape Studies (Routledge: London), 190-198.

 

  • Hawkins, H.  Harvey, D and Thomas, N. (2009) ‘Creating the Region: Networking the Region.’ In Networks of Design, Glynne et al. (eds) (Brown Walker Press/Universal Publishers: Florida), 427-434.

Other written outputs

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Ross, R. (in preparation) 'Rights to the Underground City?' Urban Pamphleteer. UCL Urban Lab/The Bartlett Press.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2019) 'Going Underground'. In Well Projects, I’m in the bath on all fours (artists’ book).

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2017) 'Flights of Fancy'. In Englemann et al. Aerocene Reader: Exhibition Road Edition (artists’ book).

 

  • Hawkins, H.  (2015) ‘The role of Art in tackling climate change: Art Cop 21.’  The Conversation, 15/12/2015.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2014) ‘Environmental Encounters: Experimental Methods for exploring art’s environmental engagements’, London, AHRC Cultural Value Programme.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Catlow, R. (2014) ‘The Cultural Geographies of Play your Place’. London: Furtherfield. Report for AHRC and Arts Council.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2014) ‘Imagine… Orientations toward a Geoaesthetics: An aesthetics for the Anthropocene’. In  Sarenceno, T. (ed). Magazine for Cloud Cities.  Studio Sacracno. Berlin.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Marston, S. (2014) ‘Art-Science Collaborations: Bodies and Environments, for US National Science Foundation.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2014) ‘Review: Swinging City, A Cultural Geography of London.’ Journal of Historical Geography, 46, 113-115.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2013) ‘Encountering Environments: You are Variations,’ PloP! Amsterdam Arts [Essay translated into Italian and Dutch], 1-5.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2012) ‘What does collaboration do?’  Report for Swiss Artists in Labs.

 

  • Hawkins, H.  (2012) ‘Making and Marking’ in Drawing Place and Permanence, I. Biggs (ed). University of the West of England, 4-10.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2012) ‘Coastline Convergences: Art, Science on the Jurassic Coast’. In Black, C. (ed), Exploratory Laboratory Handbook, Creative Coastlines, Dorset, 5-9.

 

  • Straughan, E. and Hawkins, H. (2012) ‘UNFOLD: A cultural response to Climate Change.’ Leonardo, 45,1, 65-55.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2012) 'Journeys through Geographical Creativity: A Review of Crouch ‘Flirting With Space.’  Review article for Cultural Geographies.

 

  • Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (2011) ‘Exhibiting Experiment: Looking Back and Moving On- A Retrospective Moment for Art-Sci Organisations. Leonardo Reviews Quarterly, July, 123-128.

 

  • Hawkins, H. Dixon, D. and Ingram, M.  (2011) ‘Think Art- Act Science’ Nature, 473 (April), 7344.

 

  • Dixon, D.  Hawkins, H. and Straughan, E. (2011) ‘Artists Enter the Laboratory’ Science, 331, 860.

 

  • Hawkins, H.  (2011) ‘Weaving Stories’ in Connecting with Gertrude Recent work by Amy Houghton, Plymouth City Art Gallery.

 

  • Hawkins, H.  (2011) ‘New Landscape Art,’ invited exhibition review for Artnowcornwall.org.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2010) ‘Networks, Residencies and Incubators. Geographies and Sociologies of Creative Practice.’ Report for PVA Media Lab, Media Arts Organisation.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2009) ‘Creative regions,’ review article for Space and Polity, 17, 2, 271-273.

 

  • Hawkins, H. (2009) ‘Landscape and Vision,’ review article for Landscape Studies.

Monographs

Edited works

  • Practising Creative Geographies: Experiments in Researching and Living Differently (joint editor) (in progress)

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