Dr Deborah Baldwin

Qualifications

BA (Hons) Geography, University of Wales, Lampeter, 1993

PhD, thesis title ‘Experiencing heritage: making sense of industrial heritage tourism’, University of Bristol, 1999


Teaching

GEO1030 Introducing Human Geographies
GEO1031 Practising Human Geographies
GEO1034 Geographical Skills
GEO2060 Research Methods in Geography
GEO2062 Fieldwork in Geography
GEO2063 Retail and Consumption Geographies
GEO2064 Urban and Rural Geographies
GEO3060 Dissertation
GEO3061 Approaches and Concepts in Geography
GEO3062 Heritage Tourism
GEO3067 Sport Geographies


Research

The production and consumption of heritage;

Geographies of sport: the historical development of sporting forms and their socio-spatial relationships

Cultural geographies of sport and identity


Publications

BALDWIN D. and Telfer H. (2011) ‘Urban sport and rural consumption: paradoxical pleasures? A case study of the growth of cross country running in 19th century Scotland’ International Sports Studies Vol. 33 No. 2 pp15-24

Telfer H. and BALDWIN D. (2006) ‘Paradise found: the ‘rural idyll’ and developing sporting forms: a case study of harrier running in Britain and the United States, 1870-1900’ Proceedings of the  International Sports Studies Conference, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.