Peter is Lecturer in Cultural Geography in the School of Physical and
Geographical Sciences and the Research Institute for Law, Politics and
Justice at Keele University, UK.
Inspired by the putative mobility turn his research concentrates on the
processes and cultures of securitisation and militarism through the spaces
and histories of the aeroplane. Specifically, this on-going research
examines its infrastructures (airports/borders, airspaces/territories),
subjects and affects (violence, fear, terror, awe).
Two monographs are forthcoming from these interests. Mobility will be
published by Routledge in 2009 and Aerial Geographies: mobilities, spaces,
subjects by Wiley-Blackwell the following year.
ArticlesIn PilsenTwenty-six Station Road,She climbed to the third floorUp stairs which were all that was leftOf the whole house,She opened her doorFull on to the sky,Stood gaping over the edge.For this was the placeThe world ended.Thenshe locked up carefullylest someone...Read more