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Dr Daniel Donoghue

Principal Lecturer

School: School of Human and Life Sciences

Campus: Canterbury

Tel: 01227 922332

Profile summary

I am an urban and economic geographer and I teach on a range of modules including Economic Geography, Geography of North America, Contemporary Human Geographies and on a number of other team taught modules.  I graduated with a PhD from Sheffield University in 1997, a Masters from University of Calgary in 1991 and a BA(Hons) from University College Dublin in 1987. Since 2012 I have served as Vice President of the International Geographical Union (IGU) Urban Commission.  In addition to my role as Principal Lecturer in Geography I am the programme director for the faculty-wide MSc by Research in Social and Applied Sciences.

Research and knowledge exchange

Here is a list of recent publications

SANTOMIL, D. & O’DONOGHUE, D. (2016) Cathedrals in the Digital Age: a Case Study of Santiago de Compostela and Canterbury. Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Management, 4 (1). pp. 14-35. ISSN 2372-5125.

http://jthmnet.com/journals/jthm/Vol_4_No_1_June_2016/2.pdf

O’DONOGHUE, D (2016) “Exploring the links between Employment Clusters and Economic Diversity in the British Urban System” Modern Economy, 7, 743-757. http://file.scirp.org/pdf/ME_2016071416274109.pdf

ROZENBLAT, C. & O’DONOGHUE, D. (2016) “The Visionary of World and European Cities” in Knowles, R. & Rozenblat, C. (eds.) Sir Peter Hall: Pioneer in Regional Planning, Transport and Urban Geography. SpringerBriefs on Pioneers in Science and practice, Volume 52 Springer International, Switzerland.

O’DONOGHUE, D. (2014) “In the Shadow of a Giant. Core-peripheral contrasts in South East England” in O’Donoghue, D. (ed) (2014) Urban Transformations: Centres,              Peripheries and Systems. Ashgate: Aldershot.

O’DONOGHUE, D. (ed) (2014) Urban Transformations: Centres, Peripheries and Systems. Ashgate: Aldershot.

THOMAS, P. and O’DONOGHUE, D. (2013) “The Channel Tunnel: transport patterns and regional impacts”  Journal of Transport Geography, 31, pp.104-112.


See full publications below.....

 

I have successfully supervised two PhD students to completion.  One looking at "morphological changes to post-socialist Romanian cities" the other exploring "business services clusters in the south east of England".  I am currently second supervisor on a dissertaion examing the links between diversity and community cohesion.

Teaching and subject expertise

Member of the International Geographical Union Urban Commission, Member Geography Society of Ireland, Member of RGS-IBG

 

Urban Economics

Urban Geography - specialising in Urban Systems

Economic Geography - specialising in Regional Economics

North American Geography

Statistics in Geography

Publications and research outputs

SANTOMIL, D. & O’DONOGHUE, D. (2016) Cathedrals in the Digital Age: a Case Study of Santiago de Compostela and Canterbury. Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Management, 4 (1). pp. 14-35. ISSN 2372-5125.

O’DONOGHUE, D (2016) “Exploring the links between Employment Clusters and Economic Diversity in the British Urban System” Modern Economy, 7, 743-757. 

ROZENBLAT, C. & O’DONOGHUE, D. (2016) “The Visionary of World and European Cities” in Knowles, R. & Rozenblat, C. (eds.) Sir Peter Hall: Pioneer in Regional Planning, Transport and Urban Geography. SpringerBriefs on Pioneers in Science and practice, Volume 52.  Springer International, Switzerland.

O’DONOGHUE, D. (2014) “In the Shadow of a Giant. Core-peripheral contrasts in South East England” in O’Donoghue, D. (ed) (2014) Urban Transformations: Centres,              Peripheries and Systems. Ashgate: Aldershot.

O’DONOGHUE, D. (ed) (2014) Urban Transformations: Centres, Peripheries and Systems. Ashgate: Aldershot.

THOMAS, P. and O’DONOGHUE, D. (2013) “The Channel Tunnel: transport patterns and regional impacts”  Journal of Transport Geography, 31, pp.104-112.

O’DONOGHUE, D. and TOWNSHEND, I. (2005) “The Diversification, Specialisation, Convergence and Divergence of Sectoral Employment Structures in the British                 Urban System, 1991- 2001” International Journal of Regional Studies, 39, 5, pp. 585-601.

O’DONOGHUE, D. and GLEAVE, W.J. (2004) “A note on methods for measuring industrial  agglomeration” International Journal of Regional Studies, 38, 4, pp. 419-                427.

TOWNSHEND,  I., MacLACHLAN, L. & O’DONOGHUE, D. (2004) “Integrated Dis-Integration: Employment Structure of First Nations Communities on the Prairies                    Relative to their  Local Regions” Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 24, 1, pp. 91-127.

O’DONOGHUE, D (2000) “Some Evidence for the Convergence of Employment Structures in the British Urban System from 1978 to 1991”, International Journal of                  Regional Studies, 34, 2, pp. 159-168 .

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