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David Bell Prof David Bell

Contact details

Room 10.127 Manton
School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
d.j.bell

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 37995

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Publications

Papers

Books

  • Bell D; Parker M (2009) Space Travel and Culture: From Apollo to Space Tourism, Sociological Review Monographs Series, Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Bell D; Kennedy B (2007) The Cybercultures Reader, 2, Routledge, pp.797p.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2006) Small cities: Urban experience beyond the metropolis, pp.1-280. doi: 10.4324/9780203019269
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2006) Afterword: Sizing up small cities, pp.245-247. doi: 10.4324/9780203019269
  • Bell D; Hollows J (2006) Historicizing Lifestyle: mediating taste, consumption and identity, 1900s to 1970s , Ashgate.
  • Bell D (2006) Cyberculture Theorists: Manuel Castells and Donna Haraway, Routledge, London.
  • Bell D (2006) Cybercultures: critical concepts in media & cultural studies, Routledge, London.
  • Bell D (2005) Ordinary Lifestyles: popular media, consumption and taste , Open University Press.
  • Bell D (2005) Science, Technology & Culture, Cultural and Media Studies, Open University Press, pp.0-208.
  • Bell D; Jayne MR (2004) City of Quarters: urban villages in the contemporary city , Ashgate, pp.0-287.
  • Loader B; Pleace N; Schuler D; Bell D (2004) Cyberculture: the key concepts , Routledge, pp.0-232.
  • Bell D (2001) An Introduction to Cybercultures, Routledge, pp.0-246.
  • Bell D; Haddour A (2000) City Visions , Prentice Hall.
  • Bell D; Binnie J (2000) The Sexual Citizen: queer politics and beyond , Polity Press, pp.0-184.
  • Bell D; Kennedy B (2000) The Cybercultures Reader , Routledge, pp.0-792.
  • Bell D; Valentine G (1997) Consuming Geographies: we are where we eat , Routledge, pp.0-208.
  • Bell D; Valentine G (1995) Mapping Desire: geographies of sexualities , Routledge.

Book Chapters

  • Bell DJ; Hubbard P; Jayne M (2017) Twin cities: territorial and relational urbanism, The SAGE Handbook of New Urban Studies, SAGE.
  • Bell D (2016) Geographies of hospitality, The Routledge Handbook of Hospitality Studies, pp.30-42. doi: 10.4324/9781315679938
  • Holliday R; Bell D (2015) Cosmetic Surgery Tourism, In: Lunt N; Horsfall D; Hanefeld J (Ed) Handbook on Medical Tourism and Patient Mobility, Elgar, pp.421-430. doi: 10.4337/9781783471195
  • Holliday R; Hardy K; Bell D; Hunter E; Jones M; Probyn E; Taylor JS (2013) Beauty and the beach: Mapping cosmetic surgery tourism, Medical Tourism and Transnational Health Care, pp.83-97. doi: 10.1057/9781137338495
  • Bell D (2013) Geek myths: Technologies, masculinities, globalizations, Rethinking Transnational Men: Beyond, Between and Within Nations, pp.76-90. doi: 10.4324/9780203767603
  • Bell D (2012) Moments of hospitality, Mobilizing Hospitality: The Ethics of Social Relations in a Mobile World, pp.29-46.
  • Bell D; Parker M (2009) 'Making Space', In: Bell; D; Parker; M (Ed) Space Travel and Culture: From Apollo to Space Tourism, Wiley-Blackwell, pp.1-5.
  • Bell D (2009) 'Relevance: human geography, public policy and public geographies', In: Clifford N; Holloway S; Rice S; Valentine G (Ed) Key Concepts in Geography, Sage.
  • Bell D (2009) The gays and the geeks: recentring marginalized indentites in the creative city, In: Harrison; K; Hearn; J (Ed) CEXcel Work in Progress Report Vol VII, GEXcel, pp.43-52.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2009) Cyberspace/cyberculture, In: Kitchin; R; Thrift; N (Ed) The International Encylopedia of Human Geography, Elsevier.
  • Bell D (2009) ‘On the Net: the World Wide Web’, In: Creeber G; Martin R (Ed) Digital Cultures: understanding new media, 2008, Open University Press, pp.30-38.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2009) Heteronormativity, In: Kitchin; R; Thrift; N (Ed) The International Encylopedia of Human Geography, Elsevier.
  • Bell D (2009) Tourism and Hospitality, In: Robinson; M; Jamal; T (Ed) The Handbook of Tourism Studies, Sage, pp.19-34.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2009) Human Geography and Cultural Studies, In: Kitchin; R; Thrift; N (Ed) The International Encylopedia of Human Geography, Elsevier.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2009) Urban Hierarchy, In: Kitchin; R; Thrift; N (Ed) The International Encylopedia of Human Geography, Elsevier.
  • Bell D; Holloway SL; Jayne M; Valentine G (2008) Pleasure and leisure’, In: Hall; T; Hubbard; P; Short; J-R (Ed) The Sage Companion to the City, Sage Publications, pp.167-184.
  • Bell D (2008) 'The university in your pocket': iPod therefore I am, In: Salmon G; Edirisingha P (Ed) Podcasting for Learning in Universities, Maidenhead, McGraw-Hill.
  • Bell D (2008) Thinking about theme parks, In: Pinggong Z (Ed) Culture and Ideology at an Invented Place, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.ix-xii.
  • Bell D; Kennedy B (2007) Cybercultures rewriter, In: Bell D; Kennedy B (Ed) The Cybercultures Reader second edition, Routeledge, pp.1-9.
  • Fish R; Bell D (2007) Feral Masculinities: urban verus rural in City Slickers and Hunter's Blood, In: Fish R (Ed) Cinematic Countrysides, Manchester University Press, pp.211-227.
  • Lim J; Bell D (2007) Fucking geography, again, In: al JLE (Ed) Geographies of Sexualities: theory, practices and politics, Ashgate, pp.81-86.
  • Bell D (2007) Moments of hospitality, In: Molz JG; Gibson S (Ed) Mobilizing hospitality: the ethics of social relations in a mobile world, Aldershop: Ashgate, pp.29-45.
  • Bell D; Kennedy B (2007) Webs as Pegs, In: Bell D; Kennedy B (Ed) The Cybercultures Reader second edition, Routeledge, pp.254-264.
  • Bell D (2006) Variations on the rural idyll, In: Marsden T (Ed) Handbook of Rural Studies, Sage, pp.149-160.
  • Bell D (2006) Cowboy Love, In: Bell MM; Finney M (Ed) Country Boys: masculinity and rural life, Penn State University Press, pp.163-180.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2006) Conceptualizing small cities, Small Cities: Urban Experience Beyond the Metropolis, pp.1-18. doi: 10.4324/9780203019269
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) AFTER CYBERCULTURE, pp.131-135.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) MOMENTS IN CYBERCULTURE, pp.15-51.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) AFTER CASTELLS, pp.88-90.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) WHY HARAWAY?, pp.91-94.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) HARAWAY'S KEY IDEAS, pp.95-128.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) AFTER HARAWAY, pp.129-130.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) CASTELLS' KEY IDEAS, pp.59-87.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) WHY CYBERCULTURE?, pp.1-+.
  • Bell D; Bell D (2006) WHY CASTELLS?, pp.52-58.
  • Bell D (2006) Hospitality and Urban Regeneration, In: Lashley C; Lynch P; Morrison A (Ed) Hospitality: A Social Lens, London:Elsevier, pp.89-100.
  • Bell D (2006) Webs as pegs, In: Herbrechter S; Higgins M (Ed) Returning (to) Communities, Rodopi, pp.127-139.
  • Bell D (2005) Meat and metal, In: Gelder K (Ed) The Subcultures Reader , Routledge, pp.555-563.
  • Bell D; Hollows J (2005) Making sense of ordinary lifestyles, In: Bell D; Hollows J (Ed) Ordinary Lifestyles: popular media, consumption and taste, Open University Press, pp.1-18.
  • Bell D (2005) The culture(s) of cyberculture, In: Masip P; Rom J (Ed) Digital Utopia in the Media: from discourses to facts, Tripodos, pp.15-22.
  • Bell D; Hollows J (2005) Histories of lifestyle, In: Bell D; Hollows J (Ed) Historicizing Lifestyle: mediating taste, consumption and identity, 1900s to 1970s, Ashgate.
  • Bell D (2005) Queer country revisited, In: Bock B; Shortall S (Ed) Rural Gender Relations: issues and case studies, CABI, pp.345-360.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2004) Introduction: conceptualizing the city of quarters, In: D Bell MJ (Ed) City of Quarters: urban villages in the contemporary city, Ashgate, pp.1-12.
  • Bell D; Jayne M (2004) Afterword: thinking in quarters, In: Bell D; Jayne M (Ed) Quarters: urban villages in the contemporary city, Ashgate, pp.249-255.
  • Bell D (2003) Taste and space: eating out in the city today, In: Sloan D (Ed) Culinary Taste: consumer behaviour in the international restaurant sector, Elsevier Butterworth, pp.43-57.
  • Bell D (2003) Homosexuals in the heartland: male same-sex desire in rural USA, In: Cloke P (Ed) Country Visions, Prentice Hall, pp.178-194.
  • Bell D (2003) Community and cyberculture, In: Muse A; Berndt M (Ed) Composing a Civic Life, Longman.
  • Bell D; Binnie J (2002) Sexual citizenship: marriage, the market, the military, In: Richardson D; Seidman S (Ed) Handbook of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Sage, pp.443-457.
  • Bell D; Bennion - Nixon LJ (2001) The popular culture of conspiracy/the conspiracy of popular culture, In: Parker M; Parrish J (Ed) Age of Anxiety: conspiracy theory and the human sciences, Blackwell, pp.133-152.
  • Bell D (2001) Meat and metal, In: Holliday R; Hassard J (Ed) Contested Bodies, Routledge, pp.168-178.
  • Bell D (2001) All you can eat: fragmente fur eine neue urbane kulinarische geographie, In: Bittner R (Ed) Urbane Paradiese: zur kulturgeschichte modernen vergnugens, Bauhaus/Campus, pp.110-125.
  • Bell D (2000) Cybercultures Reader: a user’s guide, In: Bell D; Kennedy B (Ed) The Cybercultures Reader, Routledge, pp.1-12.
  • Bell D (2000) A taste of the Potteries, In: Edensor T (Ed) Reclaiming Stoke-on-Trent: leisure, space & identity in The Potteries, Staffordshire University Press, pp.201-214.
  • Bell D (2000) Eroticizing the rural, In: Phillips R; Watt D; Shuttleton D (Ed) De-centring Sexualities: politics and representations beyond the metropolis, Routledge, pp.83-101.
  • Bell D; Haddour A (2000) What we talk about when we talk about the city, In: D; Bell; Haddour A (Ed) City Visions, Cavendish, pp.1-11.
  • Bell D; Binnie J (2000) Sexual citizenship: law, theory and politics, In: Richardson J; Sandland R (Ed) Feminist Perspectives on Law and Theory, Cavendish, pp.167-186.
  • Bell D; Binnie J (1998) Theatres of cruelty, rivers of desire: the erotics of the street, In: Fyfe N (Ed) Images of the Street: planning, identity and control in public space, Routledge, pp.129-140.
  • Bell D (1997) Anti-idyll: rural horror, In: Cloke P; Little J (Ed) Contested Countryside Cultures: otherness, marginalisation and rurality, Routledge, pp.94-108.
  • Bell D (1997) One-handed geographies: an archaeology of public sex, In: Brent-Ingram G; Bouthillette A; Retter Y (Ed) Queers in Space: communities/ public spaces/ sites of resistance, Bay Press, pp.79-85.
  • Bell D (1995) Bisexuality – a place on the margins, In: Whittle S (Ed) The Margins of the City: gay men’s urban lives, Ashgate, pp.129-141.
  • Bell D; Valentine G (1995) The sexed self: strategies of performance, sites of resistance, In: Bell D; Valentine G (Ed) Mapping the Subject: geographies of cultural transformations, Routledge, pp.143-157.
  • Bell D (1995) Perverse dynamics, sexual citizenship and the transformation of intimacy, In: Bell D; Valentine G (Ed) Mapping Desire: geographies of sexualities, Routledge, pp.304-317.
  • Bell D; Valentine G (1995) Introduction: orientations, In: Bell D; Valentine G (Ed) Mapping Desire: geographies of sexualities, Routledge, pp.1-27.
  • Bell D (Not yet published) Representations of Public Sex in Crime, Media, and Popular Culture, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Oxford Research Encyclopedias, Oxford University Press.

Reports

Other Publications

  • Bell D (2008) Global culture industry, AREA, 40, pp.294-295.
  • Ritzer G; Bell D (2007) Cyberculture, .