Books

Osborne, T. & Jones, P. (In Contract) A Research Agenda for Digital Geographies, Edward Elgar

 

Jones, P. & Osborne, T. (2022) Virtual Reality methods: a guide for researchers in the social sciences and humanities, Policy Press.

Osborne, T. & Jones, P. (In Press) Embodied virtual geographies: linkages between bodies and digital environments, Geography Compass

Osborne, T. (2021) Restorative and afflicting qualities of the micro-space encounter: psychophysiological reactions to the spaces of the city, Annals of the American Association of Geographers

Osborne, T. & Meijering, L. (2021) ‘We may be long in the tooth, but it makes us tough’: Exploring stillness for older adults during the COVID-19 lockdowns, Social & Cultural Geography, doi:10.1080/14649365.2021.2000019.

Meijering, L.B., Osborne, T., Hoorn, E. & Montagner, C. (2020) How the GDPR can contribute to improving geographical research, Geoforum, 117, 291-295

Pykett, J., Chrisinger, B., Kyriakou, K., Osborne, T., Resch, B., Strathi, A., Tóth, E., Whittaker, A. (2020) Understanding the embodied and social determinants of urban stress through citizen social science, Palgrave Communications, 6(85), 1-11

Pykett, J., Osborne, T., & Resch, B. (In press) From urban stress to neurourbanism: how should we research city wellbeing?, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 110(6), 1936-1951.

Jones, P. & Osborne, T. (2020) Analysing virtual landscapes using postmemory, Social & Cultural Geography, 21 (2), 186-206

Foley, R., Bell, S., Gittens, H., Grove, H., Kaley, A., Osborne, T., Power, A., Roberts, E. & Thomas, M. (2020) Disciplined research in undisciplined settings’: Critical Explorations of In-Situ and Mobile Methodologies in Geographies of Health and Wellbeing, Area, 52, 514-522.

Osborne, T., Warner, E., Jones, P. & Resch, B. (2019) Performing social media: artistic approaches to analysing big data, GeoHumanities, 5(1), 282-294.


Disney, T., Warwick, L., Ferguson, H., Leigh, J. T., Cooner, T., Beddoe, L., Jones, P. & Osborne, T. (2019) “Isn’t it funny the children that are further away we don’t think about as much?”: Using GPS to explore the Mobilities and Geographies of Social Work and Child Protection Practice, Children & Youth Services Review, 100, 39-49.


Osborne, T. & Jones, P. (2017) Biosensing and geography: a mixed methods approach, Applied Geography, 87, 160-169

 

Osborne, T. Ascribing Value: The Use of Biosensing in Heritage Landscapes, Conscious Cities: Bridging Neuroscience, Architecture, and Technology, London 2017.

Osborne, T. (En)gendering ambiances of the city, Ambiances and territories in transformation, 3rd International Congress on Ambiances Volos 2016.

Journal

Papers

Book

Chapters

Osborne, T. Dul, A. & Meijering, L. (2021) Exploring older adult’s experiences of urban space  in the COVID-19 lockdown(s): Dutch and British perspectives, in van Melik, R., Filion, P. & Doucet, B. (Eds) Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Urban Inequalities Volume III: Public Space and Mobility, Policy Press. p. 109-118.

Jones, P. & Osborne, T. (2021) Games in research, games as research, in: von Benzon, N., Holton, M., Wilkinson, C. & Wilkinson, S. (Eds) Creative Methods for Human Geographers, SAGE

Jones, P. & Osborne, T. (2020)Measuring the body, in: Jones, P. Bodies, Technologies and Methods, Routledge. p. 31-58.

Osborne, T. & Jones, P. (2020) Virtual reality and memorials: (re)building and experiencing the past, in: Micieli-Voutsinas, J. & Person, A. (Eds.) Affective Architectures: More-than-representational approaches to Geographies of Heritage, Routledge

Osborne, T. (2019) Biosensing: a critical reflection on doing memory research through the body in: Drozdzewski, D & Birdsall, C (Eds.) Doing Memory Research: New Methods and Approaches, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 63-85.

Conference Papers

Osborne, T. Lowe, T. & Meijering, L. (2022) Metastable rhythms and harmonies: the eurhythmias of caregiving, 19th International Medical Geography Symposium, Edinburgh.

Meijering, L., Osborne, T. & Weitkamp, G. (2022) Seasonal differences in mobility in later life in the Netherlands, 19th International Medical Geography Symposium, Edinburgh.

Lowe, T., de Haas, B., Osborne, T. & Meijering, L. (2021) Performance and informal care: Understanding the relationship between the dementia care role and mobility, Dutch Demography Day, Utrecht.

Osborne, T. & Jones, P. (2021) Immersion in mixed methods: the use of VR in research, Innovative Digital Geographies: Pushing against quantitative and qualitative boundaries, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London.

Meijering, L. Dul, A. J. & Osborne, T., (2020) Exploring older adults’ experiences of urban space in the COVID-19 lockdowns: Dutch and British perspectives, Dutch Demography Week 2020, Netherlands Demographic Society (NVD).

Lowe, T., de Haas, B., Osborne, T. & Meijering, L. (2020) “I don’t think I’m active, but hopefully I’ll be getting back to my activities”: A life course perspective on older adult everyday mobility, New Zealand Geographical Society Conference, Online.

Osborne, T. (2018) Performing social media: artistic approaches to analysis big data, Methods and approaches in digital social media, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Cardiff.

Osborne, T. (2017) Digitising the body: using biosensing technologies for geographic research, Digital technologies: Digital methods, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London.

Jones, P. & Osborne, T. (2017) The performative construction of videogame landscapes, Geographies of Digital Games (II), RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London.

Osborne, T. (2017) Biosensing and understanding memories through the body, ‘Doing’ memory differently (I), American Association of Geographers Annual Conference, Boston.

Jones, P. & Osborne, T. (2017) Urban space, biosensing and embodiment: a mixed methods approach, Mobile bodies, technologies and methods: critical perspectives, American Association of Geographers Annual Conference, Boston.

Osborne, T. 92016) The Potentials of Wearable Technology, Methodological Innovations in Postgraduate Research, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London.

 

Osborne, T. (2016) Brain and body in urban psychogeography, Affective Geographies, RGSPGF
Mid-term Conference
, Newcastle.