Please feel free to email me if you would like a copy of any of these 🙂

Enticott G, Ward K, Ashton A, Brunton L & Broughan J 2021 ‘Mapping the geography of disease: A comparison of epidemiologists’ and field-level experts’ disease maps’ Applied Geography 126, 102356-102356

Clancy C & Ward K 2020 ‘Auto-rewilding in post-industrial cities: the case of inland cormorants in urban Britain’ Conservation and Society

Ward K & Prior J 2020 ‘The Reintroduction of Beavers to Scotland: Rewilding, Biopolitics, and the Affordance of Non-human Autonomy’ Conservation and Society

Wynne-Jones S, Clancy C, Holmes G, O’Mahony K & Ward K 2020 ‘Feral Political Ecologies?: The Biopolitics, Temporalities and Spatialities of Rewilding’ Conservation and Society 18, (2) 71-71

Enticott G & Ward K 2019 ‘Mapping Careful Epidemiology: Spatialities, Materialities and Subjectivities in the Management of Animal Disease’ The Geographical Journal

Ward K 2019 ‘For Wilderness or Wildness? Decolonising Rewilding’ Rewilding 34-54

Broughan JM, Maye D, Carmody P, Brunton LA, Ashton A, Wint W, Alexander N, Naylor R, Ward K & Goodchild AV 2016 ‘Farm characteristics and farmer perceptions associated with bovine tuberculosis incidents in areas of emerging endemic spread’ Preventive Veterinary Medicine 129, 88-98

Prior J and Ward K.J (2016) Rethinking rewilding: A response to Jørgensen. Geoforum 69: 132-135.

Enticott, G., Maye., D., Carmody,. P., Naylor, R., Ward, K. J., Hinchliffe, S., Wint, W., Alexander, N., Eglin, R., Aston, A., Upton, P., Nicholson, R., Goodchild, T., Brunton, L., and Broughton J.  (2015). Farming on the Edge: farmer attitudes to bovine Tuberculosis in newly endemic areas. Veterinary Record 177(17), article number: 439.

Brunton, L., Nicholson, R., Ashton, A., Alexander, N., Wint, W., Enticott, G., Ward KJ., Brougham J., Goodchild, A,V. (2015). A Novel Approach to Mapping and Calculating the Rate of Spread of Endemic Bovine Tuberculosis in England and Wales. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology, 13, 41-50.

Ward, K. J. (2015). Geographies of Exclusion: seaside towns and Houses in Multiple Occupancy. Journal of Rural Studies, 37, 98-107.

Hinchliffe, S., & Ward, K. J. (2014). Geographies of folded life: How immunity reframes biosecurity. Geoforum, 53, 136-144.

Ward, K. J. (2014). Biosocial Becomings: Integrating Social and Biological Anthropology. Ingold, Tim and Gisli Palsson (eds). Environment and Planning D: Society and Space.

Research Reports

Enticott G and Ward KJ (2014) Evaluation of the Cymorth TB Project. Welsh Government.

Vasey H and Ward KJ (2010) Evaluation of the CARD-PORCH project. Final Report. Exeter Community Initiatives.

3 thoughts on “Publications”

    1. yes- fantastic paper. Currently reading Organizing Modernity (Law) which is proving very useful in thinking about multiple practices of (animal health) epidemiology. Thanks for the comment, will check out your blog!

      1. that’s a good one, if you haven’t already give Annemarie Mol’s Body Multiple book a look.

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