Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor of Social Geography and University Dean of Social Justice
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- Telephone: (0191) 208 3924
- Address: School of Geography Politics and Sociology,
Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
I am a Professor of Social Geography and University Dean of Social Justice here at Newcastle. As Professor of Social Geography, I am a member of the research cluster and the research cluster, both in Geography, where I supervise a large group of postdoctoral researchers and PhD students. I am also a member of the in the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology. As the University Dean of Social Justice, I lead on embedding the principles of social justice within the different functions of Newcastle University.
My research and teaching interests centre upon the challenges and complexities of social inequality and justice, and how these interrelate with debates about equality and diversity. More specifically, my work draws attention to the exclusionary ways in which various forms of discrimination and marginalisation – such as racism, sexism, Islamophobia, sizism and ageism – shape people’s everyday lives, structure the resources available to them and influence who they become. This work is built upon a commitment to empirical research that is informed both by current debates in academic literatures and theoretical understandings about intersectionality, society and space, as well as – where appropriate – concerns of relevance to policy makers and practitioners. I provide the Secretariat for the Cross Party Group on in the Scottish Parliament that was set up in 2018.
My work tends to draw upon debates in urban and social geography and is motivated by anti-racism and feminist geography. There are four main area of research and these include:
Racism, Islamophobia and Muslim identities
- The everyday lives and spatialities of young Muslims
- Islamophobia and anti-Muslim acts
Intersectionality, equality and diversity
- Minority groups experiences of university
- Uses and applications of intersectionality
Young people, place and identity
- Young people, social identities and political inequalities
- Youth transitions and intergenerational relations
Masculinities, ethnicities and place
- Religious, racialised and ethnicised masculinities
- Constructions of hegemonic and marginalised masculine identities
I am also interested in exploring issues connected with the use of various qualitative methods including participatory action research approaches, focus groups as well as research ethics.
Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in pursuing PhD or postdoctoral research (such as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship) on topics related to the research areas noted above.
I have previously served as the Research Director for Geography (2017-2018), the Academic Director of the ESRC North East Doctoral Training Centre (2015-2017), the Postgraduate Director for the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology (2010 - 2013), and as the Director of Postgraduate Research for Geography (2008-2012). I was promoted to a Personal Chair in 2012 after earlier promotions to Reader and Senior Lecturer following my arrival in Newcastle in 2007. Before this, I worked at Lancaster University as a Lecturer in Human Geography (in what was the Department of Geography) where I also completed a PGCert in Academic Practice. Previous to this, I spent short periods as a Research Fellow at Glasgow University and a Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Edinburgh. I have a PhD from the University of Edinburgh and an MRes and BA(Hons) from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.
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As a Professor Social Geography, my research focuses upon social geographies of youth, race, religion and masculinities. I supervise a broad range of doctoral and postdoctoral work on a diversity of issues within social, cultural and political geography, and in neighbouring fields. I was appointed a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in 2018.
I served as Managing Editor of Gender, Place and Culture from March 2013 until December 2016 (serving as an Editor during 2012 and Book Review Editor from 2009-2011)
Editorial board member of:
- Gender, Place and Culture (2009-)
- Children's Geographies (2009-)
- Contemporary Islam (2008-2016)
I was the Founding Chair of the RGS-IBG Geographies of Justice Research Group (2011-2016). I have previously served as the joint Secretary/Treasurer, Chair and Past Co-Chair (with Elizabeth Olson (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)) of the Geography of Religions and Belief Systems Speciality Group of the Association of American Geographers (2007-2013).
Member of the AHRC peer review college, 2010 - 2018 and invited to join AHRC Strategic Reviewer's Group in 2016.
Member of the ESRC's , Sept 2016-Dec 2018
External Associate, Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland (CERES), University of Edinburgh.
I am an editorial member of the Spaces and Practices of Justice book series published by Bristol University Press.
Co-editor (with Rachel Pain) of a series of books on Gender, Space and Society with Ashgate up until 2016.
With Geography at Newcastle, I served as Director of Research (from September 2017 - September 2018). I covered the role of Impact Director during semester 1 of 2017/8 and served as the convenor of the Geographies of Social Change research cluster from 2014-2015.
2018 Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
2012 Royal Scottish Geographical Society President's Medal and Honorary Fellowship
2011 Royal Geographical Society Gill Memorial Award for contributions to geographies of religion, youth and race
2011 Vice Chancellor's Distinguished Teacher Award
Visiting Scholar, Religion Research Cluster, National
University of Singapore (Jul-Aug 2008)
Visiting Scholar, School of Political and Social Inquiry, Monash University (Feb 2011)
Visiting Scholar, School of Social Sciences, University of Western Sydney (Feb-Apr 2011)
Visiting Scholar, School of Political and Social Inquiry, Monash University (Dec 2011)
Visiting Scholar, Royal Melbourne Institute for Technology (Dec 2011)
Visiting Scholar, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalization, Deakin University (Jan 2017)
Mapping the landscape of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred in Scotland - ESRC-IAA Co-Production (with Tell MAMA) - £10.000 (2018-2019).
Improving capacity for, and understanding of, Islamophobia and anti-Muslim acts - ESRC IAA - £10,000 (2017-2018).
Young people, nationalism and post-nationalism: multi-cultural belonging in hyper-diverse neighbourhoods (co-I with Anoop Nayak (PI), Matthew Benwell, Raksha Pande, Michael Richardson and Robin Finlay (postdoctoral researcher) Research Excellence Academy (2017-2019).
Spaces of anti-Muslim Acts - Marie Curie Sklodowska Actions Individual Fellowship (Supervisor to Kawtar Najib (Researcher) - Euros183,454 (2016-2018)
- Research Excellence Academy (with Graeme Mearns (postdoctoral researcher) (2016-2019)
Storying sexual relationships: the narratives and practices of British Pakistani Muslims - AHRC - (co-I with Richard Phillips (PI) (Sheffield), Claire Chambers (co-I) (York), Raksha Pande (co-I) (Newcastle) and Nafhesa Ali (PDRA) (Sheffield) - £488,403 (2016-2019)
Developing a student-centred research protocol - Newcastle Institute for Social Renewal - £4315 (2015)
Community experiences of sectarianism in Scotland - Scottish government (co-I with Kay Goodall (PI) (Stirling), John Markey (Glasgow), Stephen Millar (Queens Belfast), Simon McKerrell (Newcastle), John Richardson (Loughborough), and Michael Richardson (Newcastle) (project summary) - £87,937 (2014)
'Non-Muslim' and Muslim youth: religious identities, Islamophobia and everyday geopolitics - AHRC standard grant (PI with Rowena Arshad (co-I) (Edinburgh), Gurchathen Sanghera (co-I) (St Andrews) and Kate Botterill (PDRA)) - £452,062 (2013-2016)
Muslims on campus: university life for Muslim students in Australia - Western Sydney University (with Adam Possamai, Kevin Dunn and Jan Ali)
Spiritual wellbeing and young people's resilience in times of austerity - Newcastle Institute for Social Renewal - £2000 (2012) (project summary) (PI with Sonya Sharma (now at Kingston University)
Local students' perceptions of the transitions from university to work or further study - Catherine Cookson Foundation (co-I with Simon Tate (PI)) - £2992 (2011)
Geography students' perspectives on improving the transition from school to university - Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES) Subject Centre (co-I with Simon Tate (PI)) - £4526 (2009)
Youth transitions, international volunteering and religious transformations: the experiences of young evangelical Christians in Latin America - (AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Youth Call) (PI with Nina Laurie (Newcastle), Matt Smith (Northumbria) and Elizabeth Olson (Edinburgh)) - £74,480 (2009-10)
Marginalized Spiritualities: faith and religion among young people in socially deprived Britain (AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Youth Call) - (co-I with Elizabeth Olson (PI), Giselle Vincett (Researcher) (both Edinburgh) and Rachel Pain (Durham) (co-I)) - £243,284 (2009-11)
Activism, Citizenship and Volunteering ESRC seminar series (with Matt Smith (PI), Katy Jenkins (both Northumbria), Liz Bondi and Elizabeth Olson (both Edinburgh) and Nina Laurie (Newcastle)- £14,951 (2008)
Muslim women in Scotland: global events, national issues, local lives ( 3 ESRC Scottish Government Collaborative studentship) - £61,000 (2007)
Relational Religious Identities: exploring contemporary meanings of religion among Scottish Christian youth (AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Scheme) - (co-I with Elizabeth Olson (now Chapel Hill) (PI) and Rachel Pain (co-I)) - £73,736 (2007-8)
Young Sikh men in Scotland: spatial practices, contested identities and everyday geographies (RGS-IBG) - £2000 (2007)
Young Sikh men in Scotland: spatial practices, contested identities and everyday geographies (British Academy) - £7420 (2006)
Current students include:
Alessando Boussalem is exploring the experiences of LGBT Muslims in Brussels (ESRC 3.5 collaborative studentship with Merhaba, 2016 onwards) (with Raksha Pande and Klaartje Van Kerckem)
Quan Gao is researching Christian migrant workers in Shenzhen (Research Excellence Academy 3.5 studentship, 2016 onwards) (with Raksha Pande)
Nathar Iqbal is exploring the experiences of non-heterosexual Muslims (ESRC 1 3 studentship, 2014 onwards) (with Mark Casey)
Niamh Lear is researching Irishness amongst second generation young people in London (ESRC 1 3 studentship, 2016 onwards) (with Michael Richardson)
Libby Morrison is researching intergenerational justice and rural disadvantage in Northumberland (ESRC 1 3 collaborative studentship with Coordinating for Age) (with Tom Scharf and Michael Richardson)
Sertanya Reddy (UNC Chapel Hill) is researching issues of youth, multiculturalism and intercultural understanding (committee chair, Elizabeth Olson (UNC Chapel Hill))
Ged Ridley is undertaking research about transgender experiences of public bathrooms (ESRC 1 3 collaborative studentship with Yorkshire Trans Support Network, 2015 onwards) (with Michael Richardson)
Megan Todman is researching black and minority ethnic engagement with galleries (AHRC studentship) (with Joanne Sayner (Arts and Cultures) and Victoria Durrer (Queens Belfast)
Matthew Wood is researching digital technology and youth sexual health (EPSRC Digital Civics) (with Kellie Morrissey and Peter Wright)
Students who have completed their doctoral studies include:
Naomi Maynard thesis was about 'Radical or Neoliberal Participation? Young People's Perspectives Within and Beyond the Arena of Participation' (ESRC 3 collaborative studentship with Investing in Children, 2012 onwards) (with Rachel Pain)
Jenny Smith's thesis is about destitute asylum-seekers negotiations of belonging, mobility and ontological security (ESRC 3 collaborative studentship with West End Refugee Service, 2014 onwards) (with Anoop Nayak and Lindsay Cross)
Carl Thompson's thesis is about the sensory, visceral and haptic geographies of men who use Grindr (ESRC 1 3 studentship, completed 2018) (with Mark Casey)
Sean Gill's thesis is about young Poles' transitions to adulthood in Northumberland (ESRC 3 collaborative studentship with Northumberland County Council, 2013 onwards)(with Alison Stenning and Jane Walker)
Aliraza Javaid thesis explores male rape, masculinities and sexualities (self-funded, completed 2017) (with Elaine Campbell)
Joanna Wiseman studied the integration and identities of young asylum seekers in Scotland (ESRC 3 collaborative studentship with Scottish Refugee Council, completed 2016) (with Anoop Nayak, Clare Tudor and Gareth Mulvey).
Jennifer Lloyd's thesis is about expatriate women's embodied experiences of migration (ESRC 1 3 studentship, completed 2015) (with Alastair Bonnett).
Michael Richardson's thesis is about masculinities and intergenerational relations amongst men of Irish heritage on Tyneside (ESRC 3 studentship, completed 2014) (with Anoop Nayak)
Erin Pritchard's thesis is about how people with restricted growth are socially and spatially marginalised in society (ESRC 3 studentship, completed 2014) (with Janice McLaughlin)
Rachel Clements' thesis is about the life transitions of Polish migrant parents in the North East of England (ESRC 3.5 studentship, completed 2014) (with Alison Stenning)
Rahielah Ali's thesis is about 'Gender, faith and locality: Muslim women in Scotland' (ESRC Scottish Governmental Collaborative 3 studentship, completed 2013) (with Anoop Nayak)
Alex Tan's thesis is about 'British Chinese youth transitions: cultural identity and youth formations in Newcastle upon Tyne' (ESRC 3 studentship, completed 2013) (with Anoop Nayak)
Thomas Burgoine's study is 'Predisposed to Obesity? A Study into Environmental Equity and the possible Obesogenic Environment of North East England' (ESRC 1 3, completed 2012) (with Seraphim Alvanides (Northumbria University) and Amelia Lake (Durham University))
External examining of PhD theses in geography (Aberystwyth, Cardiff, Cork, Durham, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Reading, St Andrews and National University of Singapore), religious studies (Chester), social work (Durham), sociology (Edinburgh and Monash) and cultural studies (University of Western Sydney).
Association of American Geographers
Royal Scottish Geographical Society
Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Muslims in Britain Research Network
I make a small contribution to postgraduate modules and workshops on HSS8104 Qualitative Methodology in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (on focus groups), and Research in the Wider Context (about publishing in the social sciences). I have previously contributed to HSS8006 ‘Managing a PhD’ sessions about managing your supervisor and about securing ethical approval for your research.
I am interested in promoting excellence in postgraduate teaching and supervision, particularly in mentoring and coaching postgraduate students to publish their work in international peer-reviewed journals. I regularly convene writing and publishing workshops for doctoral students; please contact me if you would like me to convene a workshop. Here is a blog post about publishing as a postgraduate based on a presentation for the British Sociological Association Postgraduate Forum.
In 2011, I was awarded a Vice Chancellor's Distinguished Teacher Award. I was nominated and shortlisted for a Newcastle Teaching Excellence Award in 2013 for Innovative Teaching Methods and I was nominated for a Newcastle Teaching Excellence Research Supervisor of the Year Award in 2014.
In previous years, I have contributed to the following modules:
Geo2043 Key Methods in Human Geography
Geo2100 Migration, belonging and everyday geopolitics: contested geographies of New York City (module leader)
Geo2110 Social Geographies
Geo2111 Doing Geographical Research: Theory and Practice
Geo3105 Young People, Place and Identity (module leader)
From 2010-2013, I was the external examiner for Geography at Dundee University and from 2015-2018, I was the external examiner for Human Geography and Planning at Cardiff University. I am currently external examiner for the BA Geography at the University of Exeter (2015-2019).
- Sanghera GS, Botterill K, Hopkins P, Arshad R. ‘Living Rights’, Rights Claims, Performative Citizenship and Young People – The Right to Vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum. Citizenship Studies 2018, 22(5), 540-555.
- Gorman-Murray A, Hopkins P. Andrew Gorman-Murray and Peter Hopkins in conversation: reflections on masculinities and sexualities research on GPC’s 25th anniversary. Gender, Place and Culture 2018, 25(3), 317-324.
- Botterill K, Hopkins P, Sanghera G. Familial geopolitics and ontological security: intergenerational relations, migration and minority youth (in)securities in Scotland. Geopolitics 2018, (ePub ahead of Print).
- Hopkins P. Feminist geographies and intersectionality. Gender, Place and Culture 2018, 25(4), 585-590.
- Hopkins P, Gorman-Murray A. Masculinities and geography, moving forward: men's bodies, emotions and spiritualities. Gender, Place and Culture: a journal of feminist geography 2018. In Press.
- Finlay R, Hopkins P. Resistance and Marginalisation: Islamophobia and the Political Participation of Young Muslims in Scotland. Social and Cultural Geography 2018. In Press.
- Olson E, Hopkins P, Vincett G. Rethinking youth spirituality through sacrilege and encounter. In: Bartolini, N; MacKian, S; Pile, S, ed. Spaces of Spirituality. London, UK: Routledge, 2018, pp.268.
- Chambers C, Phillips R, Nafhesa A, Hopkins P, Pande R. 'Sexual misery' or 'happy British Muslims'?: Contemporary depictions of Muslim sexuality. Ethnicities 2018, epub ahead of print.
- Hopkins P, Mearns G, Bonner-Thompson C. Transgender experiences of Newcastle University. Newcastle upon Tyne: Newcastle University, 2018.
- Najib K, Hopkins P. Where does Islamophobia take place and who is involved? Reflections from London and Paris. Social and Cultural Geography 2018. In Press.
- Hopkins P, Hörschelmann K, Benwell M, Studemeyer C. Young people's everyday landscapes of security and insecurity. Social and Cultural Geography 2018, Epub ahead of print.
- Hopkins P, Botterill K, Sanghera G, Arshad R. Encountering Misrecognition: Being Mistaken for Being Muslim. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 2017, 107(4), 934-948.
- Bonner-Thompson C, Hopkins P. Geographies of the Body. In: Warf, B, ed. Oxford Bibliographies of Geography. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. In Press.
- Arshad R, Botterill K, Hopkins P, Sanghera G. Minority ethnic young people: Confident negotiators. Race Equality Teaching 2017, 34, 5-9.
- Finlay R, Hopkins P, Sanghera G. Muslim Youth and Political Participation in Scotland. Newcastle upon Tyne: Newcastle University and University of St Andrews, 2017.
- Botterill K, Sanghera G, Hopkins P. Muslim youth in Scotland: Politics, identity and multicultural citizenship. In: Hopkins, P, ed. Scotland's Muslims: society, politics and identity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017, pp.136-154.
- Bos D, Finlay R, Hopkins P, Lloyd J, Richardson M. Reflections on the ESRC internship scheme for postgraduates. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 2017, 41(1), 106-118.
- Hopkins P, Sinclair C, Student Research Committee. Research, relevance and respect: Co-creating a guide about involving young people in social research. Research for All 2017, 1(1), 121-127.
- Hopkins P, ed. Scotland's Muslims: Society, Politics and Identity. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press, 2017.
- Hopkins P. Social geography I: intersectionality. Progress in Human Geography 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Samuri MAA, Hopkins P. Voices of Islamic Authorities: Friday Khutba in Malaysian Mosques. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 2017, 28(1), 47-67.
- Finlay R, Hopkins P, Sanghera G. Young Muslims’ political interests and political participations in Scotland. In: Hopkins, P, ed. Scotland's Muslims: Society, Politics and Identity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017, pp.78-97.
- Botterill K, Hopkins P, Sanghera GS. Young people’s everyday securities: pre-emptive and pro-active strategies towards ontological security in Scotland. Social and Cultural Geography 2017, epub ahead of print.
- Benwell MC, Hopkins P, ed. Children, young people and critical geopolitics. Abingdon, Oxon: Taylor and Francis, 2016.
- Benwell M, Hopkins P. Conclusion. In: Benwell, M; Hopkins, P, ed. Children, Young People and Critical Geopolitics. Abington, Oxon: Taylor and Francis, 2016, pp.187-190.
- Hopkins P. Deflections, displacements, disengagements. In: Meer, N, ed. Scotland and Race Equality: Directions in Policy and Identity. London, UK: Runnymede, 2016, pp.30-31.
- Hopkins P. Gendering Islamophobia, racism and white supremacy: gendered violence against those who look Muslim. Dialogues in Human Geography 2016, 8(2), 186-189.
- Benwell M, Hopkins P. Introduction: children, young people and critical geopolitics. In: Benwell, M; Hopkins, P, ed. Children, Young People and Critical Geopolitics. Abingdon, Oxon: Ashgate, 2016, pp.1-27.
- Possamai A, Dunn K, Hopkins P, Worthington L, Amin F. Muslim students' cultural and religious experiences in city, suburban and regional university campuses in NSW, Australia. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 2016, 38(6), 637-648.
- Possamai A, Dunn K, Hopkins P, Amin F, Worthington L, Ali J. Muslim students' religious and cultural experiences in the micro-publics of university campuses in NSW, Australia. Australian Geographer 2016, 47(3), 311-324.
- Botterill K, Hopkins P, Sanghera G, Arshad R. Securing disunion: Young people’s nationalism, identities and (in)securities in the campaign for an independent Scotland. Political Geography 2016, 55, 124-134.
- Dunn K, Hopkins P. The geographies of everyday Muslim life in the West. Australian Geographer 2016, 47(3), 255-260.
- Goodall K, Hopkins P, McKerrell S, Markey J, Millar S, Richardson J, Richardson M. Community experiences of sectarianism. Edinburgh: Scottish Government Social Research, 2015. Social Research series.
- Hopkins P, Todd L. Creating an intentionally dialogic space: student activism and the Newcastle Occupation 2010. Political Geography 2015, 46, 31-40.
- Hopkins P, Botterill K, Sanghera G, Arshad R. Faith, ethnicity, place: young people's everyday geopolitics in Scotland. Newcastle upon Tyne: Newcastle University, 2015.
- Hopkins P. Focus groups. In: Richardson, D, ed. The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. London: Wiley Blackwell, 2015. In Press.
- Hopkins P. Geography of religion. In: Richardson, D, ed. The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. London, UK: Wiley Blackwell, 2015. In Press.
- Abdi M, Adcock M, Adcock V, Ahmad H, Ali A, Ali Z, Fara V, Ibrahim M, Kaur N, Keith H, Malik T, Peters B, Said F, Shire A, Wilson C, Sinclair C, Hopkins P. Get your facts right: a guide to involving young people in social research. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Newcastle University, 2015.
- O'Neill Gutierrez C, Hopkins P. Introduction: young people, gender and intersectionality. Gender, Place and Culture 2015, 22(3), 383-389.
- Hopkins P. Scales of Young People's Lives. In: Wyn, Johanna; Cahill, Helen, ed. Handbook of Children and Youth Studies. Springer, 2015, pp.761-772.
- Hopkins P, Olson E, Baillie Smith M, Laurie N. Transitions to religious adulthood: relational geographies of youth, religion and international volunteering. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 2015, 40(3), 387-398.
- Lloyd J, Hopkins P. Using interviews to research body size: methodological and ethical considerations. Area 2015, 47(3), 305-310.
- Hopkins P. Young people and the Scottish Independence Referendum. Political Geography 2015, 46, 91-92.
- Hopkins P. Geographies of religion. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.
- Gorman-Murray A, Hopkins P. Introduction: Masculinities and Place. In: Gorman-Murray, A; Hopkins, P, ed. Masculinities and Place. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2014, pp.1-24.
- Hopkins P. Managing strangerhood: young Sikh men's strategies. Environment and Planning A 2014, 46(7), 1572-1585.
- Gorman-Murray A, Hopkins P, ed. Masculinities and Place. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2014.
- Hopkins P, Tarrant A. Geographies of Age. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. Available at: http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199874002/obo-9780199874002-0058.xml.
- Baillie Smith M, Laurie N, Hopkins P, Olson E. International volunteering, faith and subjectivity: negotiating cosmopolitanism, citizenship and development. Geoforum 2013, 45, 126-135.
- Hopkins P, Kong L, Olson E, ed. Religion and place: landscape, politics and piety. London: Springer, 2013.
- Hopkins P, Jackson P. Researching masculinities and the future of the WGSG. Area 2013, 45(1), 9-10.
- Olson E, Hopkins P, Pain R, Vincett G. Retheorizing the Postsecular Present: Embodiment, Spatial Transcendence, and Challenges to Authenticity Among Young Christians in Glasgow, Scotland. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 2013, 103(6), 1421-1436.
- Tate S, Hopkins P. Re-thinking undergraduate students' transitions to, through and out of university: examples of good practice in GEES disciplines. York: Higher Education Academy, 2013.
- Hopkins P. Young people's geography. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. Available at: http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199874002/obo-9780199874002-0068.xml.
- Ali R, Hopkins P. Everyday making and civic engagement amongst Muslim women in Scotland. In: Muslims in Britain: Making Social and Political Space. London: Routledge, 2012, pp.141-155.
- Hopkins P. Everyday politics of fat. Antipode 2012, 44(4), 1227-1246.
- Hopkins P. Exploring participatory diagramming in youth geographies. In: Phillips, R., Johns, J, ed. Fieldwork for Human Geography. London: Sage Publications Ltd, 2012, pp.184-186.
- Hopkins P, Todd L, Newcastle Occupation. Occupying Newcastle University: student resistance to government spending cuts in England. The Geographical Journal 2012, 178(2), 104-109.
- Vincett G, Olson E, Hopkins P, Pain R. Young people and performance Christianity in Scotland. Journal of Contemporary Religion 2012, 27(2), 275-290.
- Burgoine T, Hopkins P, Rech M, Zapata G. “These kids can’t write abstracts”: reflections on a postgraduate writing and publishing workshop. Area 2011, 43(4), 463-469.
- Hopkins P. Jovens, masculinidades, religiao e raca: novas geografias sociais. In: Silva, J.M., Ornat, M.J., Chimin Junior, A.B, ed. Espaço, gênero e masculinidades plurais. Brazil: Todapalavra, 2011.
- Hopkins P, Olson E, Pain R, Vincett G. Mapping intergenerationalities: the formation of youthful religiosities. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 2011, 36(2), 314-327.
- Hopkins P. Multiple, marginalised, passé or politically engaged? Some reflections on the current place of social geographies. Social and Cultural Geography 2011, 12(6), 533-538.
- Pain R, Phillips D, Nagel C, Mohammad R, McLean J, Dunn K, Hopkins P. Reading Peter Hopkins' The Issue of Masculine Identities for British Muslims after 9/11: a social analysis. Political Geography 2011, 30(6), 339-348.
- Hopkins P. Teaching and Learning Guide for: Critical Geographies of Body Size. Geography Compass 2011, 5(2), 106-111.
- Barnes L, Buckley A, Hopkins P, Tate S. The transition to and through university for non-traditional local students: some observations for teachers. Teaching Geography 2011, 70-71.
- Hopkins P. Towards critical geographies of the university campus: understanding the contested experiences of Muslim students. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 2011, 36(1), 157-169.
- Hopkins PE, Hill M. Contested bodies of asylum-seeking children. In: Horschelmannm K; Colls R, ed. Contested Bodies of Childhood and Youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2010, pp.136-147.
- Hopkins P, Baillie-Smith M, Laurie N, Olson E. Jovenes cristianos en America Latina: Las experiencias de jovenes cristianos que participan como voluntarios internacionales en proyectos de inspiracion religiosa en America Latina. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Newcastle University, 2010.
- Van Hoven B, Hopkins P. Masculinities - Maanlichkeitsforschung in der Kulturgeographie. In: Bauriedl, S; Schier, M; Struver, A, ed. Geschlechterverhältnisse, Raumstrukturen, Ortsbeziehungen: Erkundungen von Vielfalt und Differenz im spatial turn. Berlin: Verlag Westfalisches Dampfboot, 2010, pp.238-250.
- Hopkins P, Alexander C. Politics, mobility and nationhood: upscaling young people's geographies. Area 2010, 42(2), 142-144.
- Nagel C, Hopkins P. Spaces of multiculturalism. Space and Polity 2010, 14(1), 1-11.
- Hopkins P, Hill M. The needs and strengths of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and young people in Scotland. Child and Family Social Work 2010, 15(4), 399-408.
- Hopkins P. The politics of identifying Muslim identities. Geography 2010, 95(3), 137-139.
- Hopkins P, Baillie Smith M, Laurie N, Olson E. Young Christians in Latin America: the experiences of young Christians who participate in faith-based international volunteering projects in Latin America. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Newcastle University, 2010.
- Hopkins P. Young People, Place and Identity. London: Routledge, 2010.
- Hopkins P. Young people's spaces. In: Foley, P., Leverett, S, ed. Children and Young People's Spaces: Developing Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2010, pp.25-39.
- Pain R, Hopkins PE. Common Ground: a space of emotional well-being for young asylum seekers. Durham University: Centre for Social Justice and Community Action, 2009.
- Hopkins PE. Deconstructing geographical binaries: Muslims in the West. In: Phillips R, ed. Muslim spaces of hope: geographies of possibility in Britain and the West. London: Zed Books, 2009, pp.27-40.
- Hopkins P. Geographical contributions to understanding contemporary Islam: current trends and future directions. Contemporary Islam 2009, 3(3), 213-227.
- van Hoven B, Hopkins PE. Masculinities. In: Kitchin R; Thrift N, ed. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Amsterdam; London; Oxford: Elsevier Science, 2009.
- Hopkins PE, Noble G. Masculinities in place: situated identities, relations and intersectionality. Social and Cultural Geography 2009, 10(8), 811-819.
- Hopkins PE. Men, women, positionalities and emotion: doing feminist geographies of religion. ACME: an International Journal for Critical Geographers 2009, 8(1), 1-17.
- Hopkins PE, Gale R, ed. Muslims in Britain: race, place and identities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009.
- Gale R, Hopkins PE. Muslims in Britain: race, space and the spatiality of identities. In: Hopkins P; Gale, R, ed. Muslims in Britain: race, place and identities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009, pp.236.
- Hopkins PE. Responding to the 'crisis of masculinity': the perspectives of young Muslim men from Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland. Gender, Place and Culture 2009, 16(3), 299-312.
- Hill M, Hopkins PE. Safeguarding children who are refugees or asylum seekers: managing multiple scales of legislation and policy. In: Broadhurst K; Grover C; Jamieson J; Mason C, ed. Safeguarding children: critical perspectives. Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.
- Pain R, Hopkins PE. Social geographies of age: landscapes, lifecourses, equity and justice. In: Smith SJ; Pain R; Marston S; Jones JP, ed. The SAGE handbook of social geography. London: Sage, 2009, pp.78-98.
- Hopkins P. Women, men, positionalities and emotion: Doing feminist geographies of religion. ACME 2009, 8(1), 1-17.
- Hopkins PE. Critical geographies of body size. Geography Compass 2008, 2(6), 2111-2126.
- Hopkins PE. Ethical issues in research with unaccompanied asylum-seeking children. Children's Geographies 2008, 6(1), 37-48.
- Hopkins PE, Bell N. Interdisciplinary perspectives: ethical issues and child research. Children's Geographies 2008, 6(1), 1-6.
- Hopkins P, Pain R. Is there more to life? Relationalities in here and out there: A reply to Horton and Kraftl. Area 2008, 40(2), 289-292.
- Hopkins PE, Hill M. Pre-flight experiences and migration stories: the accounts of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children. Children's Geographies 2008, 6(3), 257-268.
- Hopkins PE. Race, nation and politics: the difference that Scotland makes. In: Dwyer C; Bressey C, ed. New Geographies of Race and Racism. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, pp.113-124.
- Hopkins PE, Smith SJ. Scaling segregation; racialising fear. In: Pain R; Smith S, ed. Fear: critical geopolitics and everyday life. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, pp.103-116.
- Hopkins P. The Issue of Masculine Identities for British Muslims After 9/11: A Social Analysis. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2008.
- Hopkins PE. Young, male, Scottish and Muslim: a portrait of Kabir. In: Jeffrey C; Dyson J, ed. Telling Young Lives: portraits of global youth. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2008, pp.69-80.
- Hopkins PE. ‘Blue squares’, ‘proper’ Muslims and transnational networks Narratives of national and religious identities amongst young Muslim men living in Scotland. Ethnicities 2007, 7(1), 61-81.
- Medd W, Watson M, Hopkins PE, Olson E. Cultural diversity and sustainable water management in Greater London: the research agenda. London: Greater London Authority, 2007.
- Hopkins PE, Pain R. Geographies of age: Thinking relationally. Area 2007, 39(3), 287-294.
- Aitchison C, Hopkins PE, Kwan, M-P. Geographies of Muslim Identities: Diaspora, Gender and Belonging. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007.
- Hopkins PE. Global events, national politics, local lives: young Muslim men in Scotland. Environment and Planning A 2007, 39(5), 1119-1133.
- Hopkins PE, Kwan M-P, Aitchison C. Introduction: Geographies of Muslim Identities. In: Aitchison C; Hopkins P; Kwan M-P, ed. Geographies of Muslim Identities: Diaspora, Gender and Belonging. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007, pp.1-10.
- Hopkins PE. Positionalities and knowledge: Negotiating ethics in practice. ACME: An International E-journal for Critical Geographers 2007, 6(3), 386-394.
- Hopkins P. Thinking critically and creatively about focus groups. Area 2007, 39(4), 528-535.
- Hopkins PE. Young Muslim men’s experiences of local landscapes after 11 September 2001. In: Aitchison C; Hopkins PE; Kwan M-P, ed. Geographies of Muslim Identities: Diaspora, Gender and Belonging. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007, pp.189-200.
- Hopkins PE. Young people, masculinities, religion and race: new social geographies. Progress in Human Geography 2007, 31(2), 163-177.
- Hopkins PE, Hill M. ‘This is a good place to live and think about the future’: the needs and experiences of unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people in Scotland. Glasgow: Scottish Refugee Council, 2006.
- Hopkins PE. Youth transitions and going to university: the perceptions of students attending a geography summer school access programme. Area 2006, 38(3), 240-247.
- Hopkins PE. Youthful Muslim masculinities: gender and generational relations. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 2006, 31(3), 337-352.
- Howard D, Hopkins PE. Editorial introduction: race, religion and the census. Population, Space and Place 2005, 11(2), 69-74.
- Gwanzura-Ottemoller F, Hopkins PE, Lorimer H, Philip L. Reflections on Postgraduate Research Training: Staff and Student Perspectives. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 2005, 29(2), 279-292.
- Hopkins PE. Everyday Racism in Scotland: A Case Study of East Pollokshields. Scottish Affairs 2004, 49(Autumn), 88-103.
- Hopkins PE. Young Muslim men in Scotland: Inclusions and Exclusions. Children's Geographies 2004, 2(2), 257-272.