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Dr Nick Bingham

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Profile: Dr Nick Bingham

Dr Nick Bingham

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Dr Nick Bingham's research

Stephanie Lavau and Nick Bingham (2017-07-01) Practices of attention, possibilities for care: Making situations matter in food safety inspection, In The Sociological Review Monographs 2(65)

Stephen Hinchliffe et al. (2016-12-10) Pathological Lives: Disease, Space and Biopolitics, John Wiley and Sons

Steve Hinchliffe et al. (2013-10) Biosecurity and the topologies of infected life: from borderlines to borderlands, In Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 4(38)

Nick Bingham and Stephanie Lavau (2012) The object of regulation: tending the tensions of food safety, In Environment and Planning A 7(44)

Stephen Hinchliffe and Nick Bingham (2008-09-12) People, animals and biosecurity in and through cities, Wiley-Blackwell

Nick Bingham and Stephen Hinchliffe (2008-01) Reconstituting natures: Articulating other modes of living together, In Geoforum 1(39)

Nick Bingham (2008-01) Slowing things down: Lessons from the GM controversy, In Geoforum 1(39)

Nick Bingham, Gareth Enticott and Stephen Hinchliffe (2008) Biosecurity: spaces, practices, and boundaries, In Environment and Planning A 7(40)

Stephen Hinchliffe and Nick Bingham (2008) Securing life: the emerging practices of biosecurity, In Environment and Planning A 7(40)

Nick Bingham and Stephen Hinchliffe (2008) Mapping the multiplicities of biosecurity, Columbia University Press

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