Dr Andrew Foxall
BSc (Hons) First Class, Geography, University of Plymouth 2006.
MSc ,University of Birmingham 2007.
DPhil, University of Oxford 2011.
Lecturer in Human Geography
Room 02 031, Elmwood Building
School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology (GAP)
Queen’s University Belfast
Belfast, BT7 1NN Northern Ireland, UK
+44 (0)28 9097 3628
GAP1011 Human Geographies of the Modern World
GAP1012 Spaces of Development
GAP2042 Contemporary Approaches to Geographical Enquiry
GAP2047 Heritage, Culture and Land-use, Malta
GAP3068 Geopolitics of post-Cold War Eurasia
I am a specialist on the North Caucasus, Russia, and have interests germane to cultural, historical, political, and social geography, with specific reference to the areas of development and the environment in the context of the Soviet Union and post-Soviet transition. My particular research interests include ethno-nationalism in post-Soviet Russia, the geopolitics of development, visuality and political cultures of masculinity, energy and the environment in post-Soviet Eurasia, and the history of geographical thought in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia.
Foxall, A. (2013) ‘A Contested Landscape: Monuments, Public Memory, and post-Soviet Identity in Stavropol’, Russia’, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 46(1): 168-178.
Foxall, A. (2013) ‘Vladimir Putin: Gender, Geopolitics, and Visuality’, Geopolitics, 18(1): 132-156.
Howarth, N.A.A. And Foxall, A. (2010) ‘The Veil of Kyoto: the Political Geography of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in Australia’, Political Geography, 29(3): 167-176
Foxall, A. (2010) ‘Discourses of Demonisation: Chechens, Russians, and the Stavropol’ riots of 2007’, Geopolitics, 15(4): 684-704
Foxall, A. (forthcoming in 2013) ‘‘We have proved it, the Arctic is ours’: Resources, Security and Strategy in the Russian Arctic’ in: Powell, R. and Dodds, K. (eds) Polar Geopolitics: Knowledges, Resources and Legal Regimes, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Foxall, A. (forthcoming in 2013) ‘Russia’s Canary in the North Caucasus’ Mine: Stavropol’skii krai’ in: Ware, R.B. (ed) The Fire Below: How the North Caucasus Shaped Russia, from 1980 to the Present, New York: Continuum Press
Foxall, A. (2012) ‘Mapping Ethnic Relations: cartography and conflict management in the North Caucasus, Russia’ in: Mahapatra, A. (ed) Mapping Conflict and Peace in Eurasia, New York/London: Routledge, pp. 54-72
Howarth, N.A.A and Foxall, A. (2012) ‘The economics and politics of Climate Change in Russia’ in: Compston, H. and Bailey, I. (eds) Feeling the Heat: Political strategy and climate policy outside the affluent West, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 149-174.
Commentaries and Guest Editorials
Foxall, A. ‘Geopolitics, Genocide and the Olympic Games: Sochi 2014’, ACME (forthcoming)
Ramadan. A., Fregonese, S. and Foxall, D. (2010) ‘AAG 2010 and the volcano: Negotiating strandedness in New York City’, The Geographical Journal, available at: http://geographicaljournal.rgs.org/index.php/home/99-aag-2010-and-the-volcano-negotiating-strandedness-in-new-york-city
Foxall, A. (2009). ‘A ‘New Cold War’: Re-drawing the MAP/map of Europe’, Political Geography, 28 (6): 329-331
Book Review Essays
Foxall, A. (2012) ‘Constructing, Practising, and Narrating Russian (Geo)Political Identity’, Geopolitics, 17(1): 235-41
Foxall, A. (2011) ‘Defining regions: introducing the Caucasus’, Central Asian Survey, 30(2): 291-95
Kolsto, P. (ed) (2009) Media Discourse and the Yugoslav Conflicts: Representations of Self and Other, National Identities, 12(1): 99-102 (2009)
Russell, J. (2007) Chechnya – Russia’s ‘War on Terror’, Central Asian Survey, 27(3-4): 391-3 (2008)
Balabanova, E. (2007) Media, Wars and Politics: Comparing the Incomparable in Western and Eastern Europe, Europe-Asia Studies, 60(8): 1452-3 (2008)
Publications in Commercial Press
Foxall, A. (2011) ‘Developments in Inter-Ethnic Relations in Stavropol’skii krai’, Russian Analytical Digest: Russian Nationalism, Xenophobia, Immigration and Ethnic Conflict, No. 93, 10 March, pg. 12-14
Foreign Language Publications and Translations
Foxall, A. (2011) ‘Aktuelle Entwicklungen der interethnischen Beziehungen im Bezirk Stawropol’, russland-analysen, No. 218, 8 April, pg. 6-9