Publications

Journal Articles

  1. L'espace-temps migratoire. Une approache Heideggérienne pour comprendre le vécu de la mobilité des Européens de l'Est vers l'Ecosse. Ecarts d'Identité 131(2), 60-71.
  2. & Contested experiences and potential justice at the limit of the law for poor urban children in Bangladesh. Children's Geographies, 1-13.
  3. & Labour market and social integration of Eastern European migrants in Scotland and Portugal. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50(6), 1250-1268.
  4. & How Are University Gyms Used by Staff and Students? A Mixed-Method Study Exploring Gym Use, Motivation, and Communication in Three UK Gyms. Societies 8(15), 1-16.
  5. & Life between the city and the countryside (drawing on field research in Tver region). Moscow State University Bulletin: Series 5 - Geography 6, 92-95.
  6. & Complex and dynamic times of being chronically ill: Beyond disease trajectories of patients with ulcerative colitis. Social Science & Medicine 147, 105-112.
  7. & Migrant times beyond the life course: The temporalities of foreign English teachers in South Korea. Geoforum 62, 96-104.
  8. Migration timespaces: a Heideggerian approach to understanding the mobile being of Eastern Europeans in Scotland. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40(3), 350-361.
  9. & Imaginaries of the ideal migrant worker: a Lacanian interpretation. Environment and Planning D - Society and Space
  10. & Integration and mobility of Eastern European migrants in Scotland. Environment and Planning A 45(12), 2959-2979.
  11. & Rethinking Labour Migration Channels: the Experience of Latvia from EU Accession to Economic Recession. Population, Space and Place, n/a-n/a.
  12. & The role of recruitment agencies in imagining and producing the ‘good’ migrant. Social & Cultural Geography 14(2), 145-167.
  13. & Rural realities in the post-socialist space. Journal of Rural Studies 28(2), 55-62.
  14. The Church and Mobility: Dealing with the Exclusion of Eastern European Migrants in Rural Scotland. Rural Theology: international, ecumenical and interdisciplinary perspectives 10(1), 9-26.
  15. Understanding care for the poor in rural Russia. Journal of Rural Studies 28(2), 89-98.
  16. Living on the Move: Mobility, Religion and Exclusion of Eastern European Migrants in Rural Scotland. Population, Space and Place 18(5), 615-627.
  17. “Where Can a Gypsy Stop?” Rethinking Mobility in Scotland. Antipode 43(2), 494-524.
  18. Travelling as being: understanding mobility amongst Scottish Gypsy Travellers. Environment and Planning A 43(8), 1930-1947.
  19. Cultural exclusion and rural poverty in Ireland and Russia. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35(4), 555-570.
  20. & “I’m an imaginary figure”: Unravelling the mobility and marginalisation of Scottish Gypsy Travellers. Geoforum 41(6), 919-929.
  21. Networked poverty in rural Russia. Europe-Asia Studies 59(4), 591-620.
  22. From individuals to networks: Unfolding complex poverty in rural Ireland. Irish Geography 40(1), 17-38.
  23. The changing nature of rurality and rural studies in Russia. Journal of Rural Studies 22(4), 422-440.
  24. Geography of Irish rural population in 1961-1996. Moscow State University Bulletin 5(1), 29-30.

Book Chapters

  1. & The temporal complexity of international student mobilities. In Timespace and international migration. London: Edward Elgar.
  2. Critical Perspectives on Histories of ‘Madness’ and Migration. In Harper, M. (Ed.), Migration and Mental Health - Past and Present.
  3. & Searching jobs for" better life": understanding employment mobilityand well-being of Eastern European migrants in France and Scotland. In Woloszyn, P. (Ed.), Communication aux Renc ontres Grand - Ouest de l’Intelligence Territoriale. (pp. 11-17). Nantes: IT-GO.