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Biography

Tim Hall is Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Studies. He is a social scientist with interests in urban studies and globalisation, and teaches on globalisation, urban and rural settlements and global crime.

His most recent and ongoing research looks at the significance of criminal organisations in the contemporary global economy. He has published extensively in these fields and presented the results of his research at a number of international conferences.

Tim has also been involved in applied research and consultancy for clients including the DfEE, Higher Education Funding Council for England, the Countryside Agency, the European Union, Gloucestershire Environmental Trust, Public Art South West, Freeform Arts Trust, the Economic and Social Research Council, Gloucester City Council, Gloucestershire County Council, Gloucestershire NHS Trust, Hastings and Rother NHS Trust, Child Support Agency, Cheltenham Town Football Club and Cheltenham and Gloucester PLC.

Until August 2018 he was Head of the Department of applied Social Sciences (now Applied Criminology and Forensic Studies).

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Publications

Books

  • Hall, T. and Scalia, V. (forthcoming) A Research Agenda for Global Crime, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Hall, T. (2018) The Economic Geographies of Organized Crime, New York: Guilford
  • Chiodelli, F., Hall, T. and Hudson, R. (2017) The Illicit and Illegal in Regional and Urban Governance and Development: Corrupt Places, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Hall, T. and Barrett, H. (2017) Urban Geography, (fifth edition) Abingdon: Routledge
  • Haigh, M., Cotton, D. and Hall, T. (2016) Pedagogic Research in Geography Education, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Daniels, P., Bradshaw, M., Hall, T., Shaw, D. and Sidaway, J. (eds) (2016) An Introduction to Human Geography: Issues for the Twenty First Century, Harlow: Pearson (fifth edition)
  • Hall, T. and Barrett, H. (2012) Urban Geography, Abingdon: Routledge (Fourth edition)
  • Hall, T., Hubbard, P. and Short, J.R. (2008) The Sage Companion to the City, London: Sage
  • Miles, M., Hall, T. and Borden, I. (2003) The City Cultures Reader, London: Routledge (second edition)
  • Hall, T. and Miles, M. (eds.) (2003) Urban Futures: Critical Commentaries on Urban Futures, London: Routledge
  • Miles, M., Hall, T. and Borden, I. (2000) The City Cultures Reader, London: Routledge
  • Hall, T. and Hubbard, P. (1998) The Entrepreneurial City: Geographies of Politics, Regime and Representation, Chichester: John Wiley and Sons

Journal articles

  • Sidaway J. and Hall T. (2018) ‘Geography textbooks, pedagogy and disciplinary traditions’, Area 50, 1: 34-42
  • Hall T, McGuiness, M, Parker, C. and Toms, P. (2018) ‘Student experiences of multidisciplinarity in the undergraduate Geography curriculum’, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 42, 2: 220-237
  • Hall T (2015) ‘Reframing photographic research methods in Human Geography: a long-term reflection’ Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 39, 3: 328-342
  • Haigh M, Cotton D and Hall T (2015) ‘Pedagogic research in geography higher education’, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 39, 3: 299-312
  • Hall T., Toms P., McGuinnes M., Parker C. and Roberts, N. (2015) ‘Where’s the geography department? The changing administrative place of geography in British universities’, Area, 47, 1: 56-64
  • Hall T (2014) ‘Making their own futures? Research change and diversity amongst British human geographers’, Geographical Journal, 180, 1: 39-51
  • Haigh M., Hall T. and Cotton D. (2013) ‘Researching communicated geographies’ (Symposium introduction) Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37, 2: 147-151
  • Hall, T. (2013) ‘Geographies of the illicit: globalisation and organised crime’, Progress in Human Geography, 37 3: 366-385
  • Hall, T. (2010) ‘Economic geography and organised crime: a critical review’, Geoforum, 41, 6: 841-845
  • Hall, T. (2010) ‘Where the money is: the geographies of organised crime’, Geography, 95, 1: 4-13
  • Hall, T. (2009) ‘The camera never lies: photographic research methods in Human Geography’ Journal of Geography in Higher Education 33, 3: 453-462
  • Hall, T. (2008) ‘Contesting the urban renaissance: journalism and the postindustrial city’ Geography, 93, 3: 148-157
  • Hall, T. (2007) ‘Artful cities’ Geography Compass, 1: 1376-1392
  • Fuller, M., Healey, M., Bradley, A. and Hall, T. (2004) ‘Barriers to learning: a systematic study of the experience of disabled students in one university’, Studies in Higher Education, 29, 3: 303-318
  • Hall, T. Healey, M and Harrison, M.E (2002) ‘Disabled students and fieldwork: discourses of exclusion and inclusion’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS, 27, 2: 213-231

Book chapters

  • Hall T and Scalia V (forthcoming) 'Thinking through global crime and its research agendas', in Hall, T. and Scalia, V. (eds.) A Research Agenda for Global Crime, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Chiodelli, F., Hall, T., Hudson, R. and Moroni, S. (2017) ‘Grey governance and the development of cities and regions: the variable relationship between (il)legal and (il)licit’, in  Chiodelli, F., Hall, T. and Hudson, R. (eds.) The Illicit and Illegal in the Development and Governance of Cities and Regions: Corrupt Places, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Sidaway, J., Bradshaw, M., Daniels, P., Hall, T. and Shaw, D. (2016) ‘Geography: finding your way in the world’, in Daniels, P., Bradshaw, M., Shaw, D., Sidaway, J. and Hall, T. (eds) An Introduction to Human Geography:, Harlow: Pearson
  • Hall, T. and Barrett, H. (2016) ‘Cities: urban worlds’ in Daniels, P., Bradshaw, M., Shaw, D., Sidaway, J. and Hall, T. (eds) An Introduction to Human Geography: Issues for the 21st Century, Harlow: Pearson (fifth edition
  • Hall, T. (2016) ‘Biographies of illicit super-wealth’ in Hay, I. and Beaverstock, J. (eds) Handbook of Wealth and the Super-Rich, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Hall, T. and Hubbard, P. (2014) ‘Birmingham needs you / you need Birmingham: cities as actors, actors in cities’, in Conzen, M. and Larkham, P. (eds) Shapers of Urban Form: Explorations in Morphological Agency, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Hall, T. and Barrett, H. (2012) ‘Cities: urban worlds’ in Daniels, P., Bradshaw, M., Shaw, D. and Sidaway, J. (eds) An Introduction to Human Geography: Issues for the 21st Century, Harlow: Pearson (fourth edition)
  • Hall, T. (2012) ‘The geography of Transnational Organised Crime: spaces, networks and flows’ in Allam, F. and Gilmor, S. (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Transnational Organized Crime, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Bradley, A. and Hall, T. (2006) ‘The festival phenomenon: festivals and events and the promotion of small urban areas’ in Bell, D. and Jayne, M. (eds) Small Cities: Urban Experience Beyond the Metropolis, London: Routledge
  • Healey, M., Bradley, A., Fuller, M. and Hall, T. (2006) ‘Listening to students: the experiences of learning at university’ in Adams, M. and Brown, S. (eds) Towards Inclusive Learning in Higher Education, London: Routledge
  • Hall, T. (2004) ‘Public art, civic identity and the new Birmingham’ in Kennedy. W. G. (ed.) Remaking Birmingham: The Visual Culture of Urban Regeneration, London: Spon
  • Hall, T. (2004) ‘Art and urban regeneration’ in Pinder, D. et al. (eds) Practicising Cultural Geography, London: Arnold
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