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Dr Jennifer Bonham
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Jennifer Bonham is a senior lecturer and Co-convenor of the Master of Planning programs in the School of Social Sciences, University of Adelaide. She has a background in human geography specializing in urbanization and cultural practises of travel. Her research draws on post-structuralist and feminist theoretical frameworks as it explores the complex relationship between bodies, spaces, practices, and meanings of travel. Her current research examines the gendering of cycling. Jennifer’s work is informed by a concern for equitable and ecologically sustainable cities. Jennifer is an on-going member of the organising committee for the Australian Cycling Conference series and is Program Manager and Proceedings Editor for the 2013 conference. She is also a member of the editorial board of the international journal Transfers, an interdisciplinary journal of mobility studies.
PhD, Masters and Honours students currently studying with Jennifer are working on projects in the following areas: Cycling knowledge and cycling policy: Australia and Netherlands comparison; Families in 'alternative' housing; Bike Ed: safety and spatial subjects; Urban agriculture
Jennifer coordinates and teaches the following courses:
Urbanism: Critique, Policy, Practice (with the School of Arch., LandArch., Urban Design)
Planning Professional Practice (with the School of Arch., LandArch., UrbanDesign)
Foucault, Space and the Social Sciences
Globalisation, Justice and a Crowded Planet
See attached Publications List
Gendering cycling: On making associations between bikes, bodies and practices (with Thomas Wanner)
Becoming a Cyclist
Cycling and Peak Oil (with Matt Burke)
Automobility: maintaining the status quo
Cycling 'Subjectivities' in on-going-formation: interviews as political interventions (with Carol Bacchi) draft paper presented at the Foucault and Mobilities Symposium, 6-7 Jan 2013, Lucerne, Switerland
Book Chapters (2006-2012)
Bonham J, Wilson A (2012) Women and cycling through the life course: an Australian case study. J Parkin (ed) Cycling and Sustainability, Emerald Publishing: Bingley, UK
Bonham J, (2006), ‘Transport: Disciplining the Body that Travels’ in S Bohm, C Land, C Jones & M Paterson (eds), Against Automobility, Sociological Review Monographs, Blackwell: London pp54-73.
Journal Articles (2006-2012)
Bacchi C, Bonham J (forthcoming) Reclaiming discursive practices as an analytic focus: Political Implications Foucault Studies
Wiseman N, Bonham J, Mackintosh M, Straschko O & H Xu (2012) Park and Ride: an Adelaide case study, Road and Transport Research 21(1) pp39-52.
Bonham J & A Wilson (2012) Bicycling and the life course: the start-stop-start experiences of women returning to cycling International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 6(4) 195-213.
Burke M & J Bonham (2010) Rethinking Oil Depletion: What role can cycling play in dispersed cities Australian Planner 47(4) 272-283.
Bonham J & P Cox (2010) The disruptive traveller? A Foucauldian analysis of cycleways Road and Transport Research 19(2) pp43-54.
Bonham J & B Koth (2010) Universities and the Cycling Culture Transportation Research - Part D 15(2) pp94-102.
Bonham J (2008) ‘Shutting Down Choice? Freeways, Corridors and the Politics of Micro-Spaces’ South Australian Geographical Journal 107: pp49-68.
Bonham J & J Suh (2008) 'Pedalling the City: intra-urban differences in cycling' Australian Road and Transport Research 17(4) pp25-40.
Bonham J (2006) ‘Constructions of Mobility in Post WWII Adelaide’ South Australian Geographical Journal 105: pp51-59.
Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings and Paper (2006 - 2012)
Bonham J, Lumb P (Eds.) (2012) Australian Cycling Conference 2012: Proceedings of the Fourth Australian Cycling Conference Adelaide 16-17 January, Australian Cycling Conference: Adelaide
Bonham J, Lumb P (Eds.) (2010) Australian Cycling Conference 2010: proceedings of the second Australian Cycling Conference Australian Cycling Conference: Adelaide
Bonham J, Cathcart S, Petkov J & P Lumb (2006) ‘Safety in Numbers: A strategy for cycling?’ Proceedings of the 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum, 27th-29th September 2006, Gold Coast, Queensland Government, Brisbane
Recent Review Essays and Book Reviews (2006-2012)
Bonham J (2012) Transport for Suburbia Paul Mees Geographical Research 50(1) 109-111.
Bonham J (2011) Bicycle Politics: Review Essay Transfers 1(1) 145-154.
Bonham J (2010) Gendered Journeys, Mobile Emotions, Gale Letherby & Gillian Reynolds (eds) Annals of Tourism Research Vol 37(1) 282-284
Recent Non-refereed Publications (2006 - 2010)
Bonham J (2010) Travel Spaces in Daniels C (ed) Adelaide; Nature of a City - Water, Wakefield Press, Adelaide
Bonham J (2009) Enabling Travel Choice: Reframing the Problem of Car-Dependency in SA Planner
Bonham J & J Petkov (2008) Safety in numbers and the cycling context Proceedings of the Third Thinking on Two Wheels Conference 15-16 January 2007, University of South Australia, Adelaide
Selected Invited Presentations
Bonham J (2008) Cycling the City: Debunking Car Dependency, Car Dependency; The Widening Gap Between Planning Policy and Sustainability Ideals Seminar 1 May 2008 Adelaide, Planning Institute of Australia (SA), Adelaide
Bonham J (2007) Safety in Numbers and the Adelaide Context Australian Road Research Board, Planning for Cycling and Walking Workshop 19-20 November 2007, Adelaide
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