Research Publications

I am a cultural geographer interested in tourism, leisure, heritage and sport in the context of gender, social justice and embodied experience.

Research Groups

2022 Member of AHRC Other Everests Research Network

2021 Member of Regional Studies Association

2020 Member of the Visitor Economy Research Group, York St John University

2020 Member of Tourism Education Futures Initiative

2018 (current) Elected Treasurer and Committee Member, Geographies of Leisure and Tourism Research Group (GLTRG), Royal Geographical Society.

2018 Invited Member of Behavioural and Social Sciences Network (BSSN), Royal Geographical Society.

2018 (current) Fellow of Royal Geographical Society.

Publications

Hall, J. (2018). Women mountaineers and affect: Fear, play and the unknown. In: Saul, H., Waterton, E. eds. Affective Geographies of Transformation, Exploration and Adventure. London, Routledge.

Hall, J. (2019) Women mountaineers: A study of affect, sensoria and emotion. Doctoral Thesis, York St John University. https://ray.yorksj.ac.uk/id/eprint/3793/

Hall, J., & Doran, A. (2020) Researching Female Mountaineers, United Kingdom. Capel Curig, Mountain Training UK (Unpublished Report). https://ray.yorksj.ac.uk/id/eprint/4625/

Avner, Z., Boocock, E., Allin, L., Hall, J. (2020) ‘Lines of Flight or Tethered Wings’? A Deleuzian Analysis of Women-only: Adventure Skills Courses in the United Kingdom. Somatechnics.

Paddison, B., & Hall, J. (2022). Tourism policy, spatial justice and COVID-19: Lessons from a tourist-historic city. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, https://doi.org/10.1080/09669582.2022.2095391 (accepted pending publication)

Hall, J. (due 2023). Julie Tullis: Sensory politics and climbing the Mountain of Mountains: M. Hall & J. Hall. Eds. Mountains and the Politics of Representation. Liverpool University Press. Politics of Popular Culture Series (Series Eds. Brett Lashua & Stephen Wagg).

Hall, J. & Miller, M. (due 2023). Troubling the silences of adventure legacies: Junko Tabei and the intersecting politics of mountaineering. In. J. Hall., Z. Avner., & E., Boocock. Eds. Gender Politics and Change in Mountaineering. London, Palgrave Macmillan. Global Politics of Sport Series (Series Eds. David Andrews & Stephen Wagg)

Edited Books (in Production)

Hall, J., Avner, Z., & Boocock, E. (due 2023) Gender Politics and Change in Mountaineering. London, Palgrave Macmillan. Global Politics of Sport Series (Series Eds. David Andrews & Stephen Wagg).

Hall, M., & Hall, J. (due 2023) Mountains and the Politics of Representation. Liverpool, Liverpool University Press. Politics of Popular Culture Series (Series Eds. Brett Lashua & Stephen Wagg).

Book Reviews

Hall, J. (2020) Tourism & Embodiment. Review of Tourism and Embodiment, by Catherine Palmer & Hazel Andrews. Leisure Studies, 39(2), pp. 304-305, DOI: 10.1080/02614367.2019.1711147

Hall, J. (2020) Deviant Leisure. Review of Deviant Leisure by Thomas Raymen & Oliver Smith. Leisure Studies, 39(4), pp. 613-615, DOI: 10.1080/02614367.2020.1745261

Hall, J. (2021) Leveraging disability sport events: impacts, promises, and possibilities. Review of Leveraging disability sport events: impacts, promises, and possibilities, by Lisa Misener, Gayle McPherson, David McGillivray and David Legg. Leisure Studies, DOI: 10.1080/02614367.2021.1896771

Hall, J. (2021) Indigenous Feminist Gikendassowin (Knowledge) Decolonization through Physical Activity. Review of Indigenous Feminist Gikendassowin (Knowledge) Decolonization through Physical Activity by Tricia McGuire-Adams, Leisure Studies

Hall, J. (2022) Transforming Sport and Physical Cultures Through Feminist Knowledges. Review of Transforming Sport and Physical Cultures Through Feminist Knowledges by Simone Fullagar, Emma Rich, Adele Pavlidis and Cathy van Ingen, Leisure Studies DOI: 10.1080/02614367.2022.2037152.

Hall, J. (2022) Parkour, Deviance and Leisure in the Late Capitalist City: An Ethnography. Review of Parkour, Deviance and Leisure in the Late Capitalist City: An Ethnography, by Thomas Raymen. Nordic Sport Studies Forum: Making Sense of Sports.

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