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I am a human geographer specializing in the areas of social, cultural and historical geography. I have been at Kingston University since February 2013. I am currently Course Leader for the BSc Geography and I am the ECE Research Ethics Faculty Lead. My modules include: Introduction to Human Geography, Social and Cultural Geography, Geographical Theory and Practice and Global Rural Geographies.
Senior Lecturer/Course Director
My modules include: Introduction to Human Geography, Geographical Theory and Practice, Advanced Research and Fieldwork Methods, Development Geographies and Global Rural Geographies.
Irene, Julius Omokhudu, Kelly, Mary, Irene, Bridget Nneka Obiageli, Chukwuma-Nwuba, Kemi and Opute, Promise (2023) Exploring the role of regime actors in shaping the directionality of sustainability transitions in South Africa. Energy Research & Social Science, 99, p. 103068. ISSN (print) 2214-6296
Kelly, Mary, Slingsby, Aidan, Dykes, Jason and Wood, Jo (2021) Mapping 'sluggish' migration : Irish internal migration 1851-1911. Irish Geography, 54(2), pp. 89-108. ISSN (print) 0075-0778
Slingsby, Aidan, Kelly, Mary and Dykes, Jason (2014) Featured graphic. OD maps for showing changes in Irish female migration between 1851 and 1911. Environment and Planning A, 46, pp. 2795-2797. ISSN (print) 0308-518X
Kelly, Mary (2013) Writing the colonial past in postcolonial Ireland: an Anglo-Irish response. Historical Geography, 41, pp. 137-155. ISSN (print) 1091-6458
Fotheringham, A. Stewart, Kelly, Mary H. and Charlton, Martin (2013) The demographic impacts of the Irish famine: towards a greater geographical understanding. Transactions Of The Institute Of British Geographers, 38(2), pp. 221-237. ISSN (print) 0020-2754
Kelly, Mary (2012) When things were 'closing-in' and 'rolling up': the imaginative geography of Elizabeth Bowen’s Anglo-Irish war novel 'The Last September'. Journal of Historical Geography, 38(3), pp. 282-293. ISSN (print) 0305-7488
Kelly, Mary (2013) Imaginative geographies, family histories, the Irish past and postcolonial present. In: History, postcolonialism and tradition: The Postcolonial Studies Association conference 2013; 12 - 13 Sep 2013, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)