Dr Jennifer Bonham
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Jennifer Bonham has a background in human geography specializing in urbanization and cultural practices of travel. Currently, her undergraduate teaching focuses on urban processes and urban mobility. Jennifer's 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 focuses on cycling and the formation of cycling subjects. Jennifer's work is informed by a concern for equitable and ecologically sustainable cities. She is a past member of the organising committee for the Australian Cycling Conference, a current member of the editorial board of the journal Transfers and leads the Mobilities research group within the Centre for Housing and Urban and Regional Planning.
- Urban Futures
- Cities in the Developing World
- Research Methods/Research Design and Methods
- Planning for Active Travel
- Spaces of mobility and mobility cultures
- Active Travel
- Everyday cycling, Cycle tourism
- Foucault and mobility
- The subject in poststructuralist theory
PhD and Masters students currently studying with Jennifer are working on projects in the following areas:
- Cycling knowledge and cycling policy: Australia and Netherlands comparison - Cathy Jervis
- Families in 'alternative' housing - Caren Siegfriedt
- Onroad infrastructure for safe cycling - Fay Patterson
- Governmentality and mothering children with autism - Karen Williams
- Spaces of mobility and mobility cultures
- Australian Research Council Linkage Project - 'Cycle aware: Driving with bikes': national project to examine education and training for drivers interacting with cyclists. $180,000
- ICC presentation: Cyclist-related content in driver licensing processes: Cyclists as Hazards
See attached Publications List
Streets are alive: Rethinking urban mobility. University of Adelaide public lecture series
Bonham, J., Johnson, M. (Eds.) (2015) Cycling Futures. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press (ebook available as free download)
Book Chapters (2010-2015)
Bonham J, & Burke, M. (fortchoming) Cycling potential in dispersed cities. In J Dodson, N Sipe & A Nelson (Eds.) Planning after Petroleum: Building Cities for the Age After Oil. New York: Routledge.
Bonham J, & M Johnson (2015) Cycling: Bringing the future into the present In J Bonham and M Johnson (Eds.) Cycling Futures. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press.
Nielsen R, & J Bonham (2015) More than a message: Creating cyclists through public safety advertising campaigns. In J Bonham and M Johnson (Eds.) Cycling Futures. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press.
Bonham J, Bacchi C, & T Wanner (2015) Gender and Cycling: Gendering cycling subjects and forming bikes, practices and spaces as gendered objects. In J Bonham and M Johnson (Eds.) Cycling Futures. Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press.
Bonham J, & A Wilson (2012) Women and cycling through the life course: an Australian case study. J Parkin (ed) Cycling and Sustainability, Emerald Publishing: Bingley, UK
Journal Articles (2010-2015)
Bacchi C, & J Bonham (2014) Reclaiming discursive practices as an analytic focus: Political Implications Foucault Studies 17: 179-192
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. (in top 15 most down loaded articles for Transportation Research Part D March-may 2014)
Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings (2010 - 2014)
Lumb P, Gillfillan K, Bonham J (Eds.) (2013) Australian Cycling Conference 2013: Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Cycling Conference Adelaide 21 - 22 January 2015, Australian Cycling Conference: Adelaide
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
Recent Review Essays and Book Reviews (2010-2014)
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 (2010 - 2014)
Bonham J (2010) Travel Spaces in Daniels C (ed) Adelaide; Nature of a City - Water, Wakefield Press, Adelaide
Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management
Australian Institute of Urban Studies
- Publications List - Publications_List_Complete.pdf [177.3K] (application/pdf)
Categories Environment, Transport Expertise Cycling; sustainable transport, gender and cycling, culture and mobility; urban planning; Notes Jennifer's research focuses on sustainable transport and the built environment. She has particular expertise in cycling as a sustainable mode of transport. She is an on-going member of the organising committee for the Australian Cycling Conference. She is a member of the editorial board of the international journal Transfers, an interdisciplinary journal on Mobility Studies.
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