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Brown T, Andrews GJ, Cummins S, Greenhough B, Lewis D, Power A(2017). Health Geographies A Critical Introduction. John Wiley & Sons
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Brown T(2015). Bodies Across Borders: The global circulation of body parts, medical tourists and professionals. Editors: Parry, B, Greenhough, B, Brown, T, Dyck, I et al., Ashgate
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BROWN TW(2014). Disease and Representation. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society,
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Evans T, Cummins S, Brown T(2013). Neighbourhood deprivation and the cost of accessing gyms and fitness centres: national study in Wales. Health Place vol. 24, 16-19.
Brown T, Cummins S(2013). Intervening in health: The place of urban green space. LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING vol. 118, 59-61.
Brown T(2013). The making of urban 'healtheries': Lord Brabazon and the transformation of cemeteries and burial grounds in late-Victorian East London. Journal of Historical Geography vol. 42, 12-23.
Brown T(2013). Differences by degree: Fatness, contagion and pre-emption. Health (London)
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Brown T, Moon G(2012). Geography and global health. GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL vol. 178, 13-17.
Brown T, Craddock S, Ingram A(2012). Critical Interventions in Global Health: Governmentality, Risk, and Assemblage. ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS vol. 102, (5) 1182-1189.
Brown T(2011). 'Vulnerability is universal': considering the place of 'security' and 'vulnerability' within contemporary global health discourse. Soc Sci Med vol. 72, (3) 319-326.
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BROWN T, Budd L, Bell M, Rendell H(2010). The local impact of global climate change: reporting on landscape transformation and threatened identity in the English regional newspaper press. Public Understanding of Science
BROWN T, McLafferty S, Moon G(2009). A Companion to Health and Medical Geography. Editors: Brown, TW, McLafferty, S, Moon, G, Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford),
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Budd L, Bell M, Brown T(2009). Of plagues, planes and politics: Controlling the global spread of infectious diseases by air. POLIT GEOGR vol. 28, (7) 426-435.
Brown T, Bell M(2008). Imperial or postcolonial governance? Dissecting the genealogy of a global public health strategy. Soc Sci Med vol. 67, (10) 1571-1579.
Brown T(2008). The return of the white plague: global poverty and the 'new' tuberculosis. PROG HUM GEOG vol. 32, (5) 719-723.
Brown T, Bell M(2007). Off the couch and on the move: global public health and the medicalisation of nature. Soc Sci Med vol. 64, (6) 1343-1354.
Brown T, Moon G(2004). From Siam to New York: Jacques May and the 'foundation' of medical geography. Journal of Historical Geography vol. 30, (4) 747-763.
Brown T(2003). Towards an understanding of local protest: Hospital closure and community resistance. Social and Cultural Geography vol. 4, (4) 489-506.
Brown T, Duncan C(2002). Placing geographies of public health. Area vol. 34, (4) 361-369.
Brown T, Duncan C(2000). London's burning: recovering other geographies of health. Health Place vol. 6, (4) 363-375.
Brown T(2000). AIDS, risk and social governance. Soc Sci Med vol. 50, (9) 1273-1284.
Moon G, Gould M, Brown T, Duncan C, Iggulden P, Jones K, Litva A, Subramanian S(2000). Epidemiology: An introduction. McGraw-Hill International
Moon G, Brown T(2000). Governmentality and the spatialized discourse of policy: The consolidation of the post-1989 NHS reforms. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers vol. 25, (1) 65-76.