Tim Cresswell

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Tim Cresswell is Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut.[1] He is a human geographer by training and the author of six books on the role of place and mobility in cultural life, co-editor of four collections and an inaugural managing editor of the journal, "GeoHumanities".[2] Cresswell is a leading figure in the mobilities paradigm. Tim Cresswell is also a poet and the author of two collections published by Penned in the Margins "Soil" (2013) and "Fence" (2015).[3][4] "Fence" was a result of Cresswell's participation in the artist Alex Hartley's nowhere island project.[5]


  • (2015) "Ne pas dépasser la ligne! Fabrique des identités et contrôle du mouvement dans les lieux de transit (with Geraldine Lay and Mikaël Lemarchand)
  • (2015) Fence (poetry)
  • (2014) Place: An Introduction (Second Edition)
  • (2013) Soil (poetry)
  • (2013) Geographic Thought: A Critical Introduction
  • (2012) Geographies of Mobilities: Practices, Spaces, Subjects (co-edited with Peter Merriman)
  • (2008) Gendered Mobilities (co-edited with Tanu Priya Uteng)
  • (2006) On the Move: Mobility in the Modern World
  • (2004) Place: A Short Introduction
  • (2002) Mobilizing Place, Placing Mobility (co-edited with Ginette Verstraete)
  • (2002) Engaging Film: Geographies of Mobility and Identity (co-edited with Deborah Dixon)
  • (2001) The Tramp in America
  • (1996) In Place/Out of Place: Geography, Ideology and Transgression University of Minnesota Press

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  1. ^ Webmaster. "Trinity College Announces New Dean of the Faculty, VP for Academic Affairs". www.trincoll.edu. 
  2. ^ "AAG Publishes New 'GeoHumanities' Journal". 
  3. ^ Chivers, Tom. "Penned in the Margins - Tim Cresswell". www.pennedinthemargins.co.uk. 
  4. ^ "A geographer-poet in the sub-zero wilderness". 
  5. ^ Rachel Cooke (2011-11-27). "Alex Hartley: The world is still big | Review | Art and design | The Observer". London: Guardian. Retrieved 2016-05-10

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