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Stephen Daniels

Emeritus Professor of Cultural Geography,

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Research Summary

Leverhulme Major Fellowship 2012-2015:

'Map-work: John Britton and the Topographical Imagination 1790-1850'

'Bringing Landscape to Life: Humphry Repton at Sheringham 1812-2012' AHRC Resarching Environmental Change Grant

'Living Landscape' book arising from AHRC Landscape & Environment programme, with National Trust, co-auhtored Lucy Veale and Ben Cowell

Recent Publications

  • STEPHEN DANIELS and JOHN BONEHILL, 2020. Landscape, Maps and Aesthetics. In: MATHEW C EDNEY, ed., The History of Cartography Volume 4 Cartography in the European Enlightenment Chicago University Press. 720-727
  • STEPHEN DANIELS and JOHN BONEHILL, 2020. Cartography and Education. In: MATHEW C EDNEY, ed., The History of Cartography Volume 4 Cartography in the European Enlightenment Chicago University Press. 367-379
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2020. Introduction. In: JOHN BRITTON and AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN, eds., The Great Public Buildings of London Bloomsbury. 1-10
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2020. Humphry Repton and the Pocketbook Picturesque. In: MAGDALENA PYPEĆ and GRAŻYNA BYSTYDZIEŃSKA, eds., Landscapes and Townscapes. Texts and Contexts. Studies in 18th and 19th Century British Literature and Culture Warsaw University Press. (In Press.)

Past Research

Directorship AHRC Landscape and Environment programme, 2005-

Paul Sandby: Picturing Britain (with John Bonehill) exhibition and catalogue 2009-2010 Castle Museum Nottingham and Royal Academy, London

Future Research

Painters and Place

John Constable and the urban environment

Joseph Wright and Derby

  • STEPHEN DANIELS and JOHN BONEHILL, 2020. Landscape, Maps and Aesthetics. In: MATHEW C EDNEY, ed., The History of Cartography Volume 4 Cartography in the European Enlightenment Chicago University Press. 720-727
  • STEPHEN DANIELS and JOHN BONEHILL, 2020. Cartography and Education. In: MATHEW C EDNEY, ed., The History of Cartography Volume 4 Cartography in the European Enlightenment Chicago University Press. 367-379
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2020. Introduction. In: JOHN BRITTON and AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN, eds., The Great Public Buildings of London Bloomsbury. 1-10
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2020. Humphry Repton and the Pocketbook Picturesque. In: MAGDALENA PYPEĆ and GRAŻYNA BYSTYDZIEŃSKA, eds., Landscapes and Townscapes. Texts and Contexts. Studies in 18th and 19th Century British Literature and Culture Warsaw University Press. (In Press.)
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2020. 'No Continuing City' John Constable, John Britton and Views of Urban History Tate Papers. 33, (In Press.)
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2020. The British Atlas: Britton and Brayley’s national survey. In: SALLY BUSHELL, JULIA S. CARLSON, DAMIAN WALFORD DAVIES, ed., Romantic Cartographies: Mapping, Literature, Culture, 1789-1832 Cambridge University Press. (In Press.)
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2019. From the Speaker's Garden: Repton's designs on Westminster The London Gardener. 23, 74-84
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2018. Landscapes of Memory/Landscapes of Humphry Repton Garden Museum Journal. 36, 1-36
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2018. Liquid Landscape: Southam, Constable and the Art of the Pond British Art Studies. 10, 15
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2018. Fieldwork and Performance. In: FRANCESCO VALLERANI, ed., Everyday Geographies and Hidden Memories: Remembering Denis Cosgrove Ca Foscari University, Venice. 46-57
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2017. Mapping the metropolis in an age of reform: John Britton's London topography 1820-1840 Journal of Historical Geography. 56, 61-82
  • STEPHEN DANIELS and PATRICK BARTLEIN, 2017. Charting Time Annals, Association of American Geographers. 107, 28-32
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2017. On the Waterfront. In: FRANCESCO VALLERANI and FRANCESCO VISENTIN, eds., Waterways and Cultural Landscape Routledge. 1-10
  • DANIELS, S, COWELL, B and VEALE, L, 2015. Landscapes of the National Trust National Trust Books.
  • STEPHEN DANIELS and HARRIET HAWKINS, 2015. Looking at the Overlooked; forum- What Might Geohumanities Do ? Possibilities, Practices,Publics, Politics GeoHumanities. 1(2), 211-232
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2012. What landscape means to me Landscapes. 19(2), 89-94
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, 2012. Hockney Country Journal of Historical Geography. 38(4), 458-464
  • 2012. To the end of days: narrating landscape and environment Cultural Geographies. 19(1), 3-9
  • STEPHEN DANIELS AND JOHN BONEHILL, 2012. Projecting London: Turner and Greenwich Oxford Art Journal. 35(2), 171-194
  • STEPHEN DANIELS and NICHOLAS ALFREY, 2012. To the Ends of the Earth: Art and Environment Tate Papers. 17,
  • STEPHEN DANIELS, PATRICK KEILLER and DOREEN MASSEY, 2012. To Dispel a Great Malady: Robinson in Ruins, The Future of Landscape and the Moving Image Tate Papers. 17,
  • DANIELS, S. and ELLIOTT, P., 2011. 'Outline maps of knowledge': John Aikin’s geographical imagination. In: JAMES, F., ed., Religious dissent and the Aikin-Barbauld circle, 1740-1860 Cambridge University Press. 94-125
  • PAUL ELLIOT, CHARLES WATKINS AND STEPHEN DANIELS, 2011. The British Arboretum: Trees, Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century Pickering and Chatto.
  • 2011. Geographical imagination, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers,. NS 36, 182-187
  • DANIELS, S., 2011. Great balls of fire: envisioning the brilliant meteor of 1783. In: DANIELS, S., DELYSER, D., ENTRIKIN, J.N. and RICHARDSON, D., eds., Envisioning landscapes, making worlds: geography and the humanities Routledge. 155-169
  • 2011. The Art Studio. In: JOHN A. AGNEW AND DAVID N. LIVINGSTONE, ed., The SAGE Handbook of Geographical Knowledge Sage. 137-148
  • STEPHEN DANIELS AND BEN COWELL, 2011. Living landscapes. In: JONATHAN BATE, ed., The Public Value of the Humanities Bloomsbury. 105-117
  • BONEHILL, J. and DANIELS, S., 2010. ‘Real views from nature in this country’: Paul Sandby, estate portraiture and British landscape art British Art Journal. 10(1), 72-77
  • 2010. Geography's Compass. In: V. DELLA DORA, V, DIGBY, S & BASDAS, B, ed., Visual and Historical Geographies: Essays in Honour of Denis E. Cosgrove, 42, Historical Geography Research Series, Royal Geographical Society - Institute of British Geographers. 139-146
  • ELLIOTT, P. and DANIELS, S., 2010. 'No study so agreeable to the youthful mind': geographical education on the Georgian grammar school History of Education. 39(1), 15-33
  • BONEHILL, J. and DANIELS, S., eds., 2010. Paul Sandby (1731-1809): picturing Britain Royal Academy.
  • 2010. 'No Continuing City': John Constabale, John Britton and Views of Urban History Tate Papers. (In Press.)
  • DANIELS, STEPHEN AND ENDFIELD, GEORGINA, 2009. Narratives of climate change Journal of Historical Geography. 35, 215-222
  • 2009. The trip to Jerusalem, The Pictorial Turn special issue of Culture, Theory and Critique Culture, Theory and Critique. 50(2-3), 207-220
  • DANIELS, STEPHEN, 2008. Miniature Matlock: Creswell Crags, George Stubbs and 18th-century landscape taste British Art Journal. 9(2), 79-85
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2006. A prospect for the nation. In: FAIRBANKS HARRIS, T. and WILCOX, S., eds., Papermaking and the art of watercolor in eighteenth-century Britain : Paul Sandby and the Whatman Paper Mill New Haven: Yale Center for British Art in association with Yale University Press. 23-59
  • DANIELS, S., 2006. Suburban pastoral: Strawberry Fields forever and Sixties memory Cultural Geographies. 13(1), 28-54
  • ELLIOTT, P. and DANIELS, S., 2006. The `school of true, useful and universal science'? Freemasonry, natural philosophy and scientific culture in eighteenth-century England British Journal for the History of Science. 39(2), 207-230
  • DANIELS, S.J. and COSGROVE, D., 2006. Iconography and landscape. In: Architecture and Design in Europe and America 1750-2000 Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, New York. 116-125
  • ELLIOTT, P. and DANIELS, S., 2005. Pestalozzianism, natural history and scientific education in nineteenth-century England: the Pestalozzian Institution at Worksop, Nottinghamshire History of Education. VOL 34(NUMB 3), 295-314
  • ALFREY, N.J., DANIELS, S. and POSTLE, M., eds., 2004. Art of the garden: the garden in British art, 1800 to the present day London: Tate Publishing.
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2004. Reforming landscape: Turner and Nottingham. In: DE BOLLA, P., LEASK, N. and SIMPSON, D., eds., Land, nation and culture 1740-1840: thinking the republic of taste Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 12-36
  • TACHIBANA, S., DANIELS, S. and WATKINS, C., 2004. Japanese gardens in Edwardian Britain: landscape and transculturation Journal of Historical Geography. 30(2), 364-394
  • DANIELS, S. and NASH, C., 2004. Lifepaths: geography and biography Journal of Historical Geography. VOL 30(NUMBER 3), 449-458
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2004. John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2004. Suburban prospects. In: Art of the Garden: the garden in British art 1800 to the present day Tate Gallery, London. 22-30
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2004. Landscape and art. In: Companion to Cultural Geography Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, New York. 430-446
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2002. Gothic gallantry: Humphry Repton, Lord Byron and the sexual politics of landscape gardening. In: Bourgeois and Aristocratic Cultural Encounters in Garden Art, 1550-1850
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2001. Down in the Flood: George Eliot, D H Lawrence and the waters of the Trent. In: Trentside Nottingham University Press, Nottingham.
  • SEYMOUR, S., WATKINS, C. and DANIELS, S.J., 2000. Sir George Cornewall: Management, Improvement and Landscaping 1771-1819. In: PAUL T. HARDING AND TOM WALL, ed., Moccas: an English Deer Park: the history, wildlife and management of the first parkland National Nature Reserve English Nature.
  • DANIELS, S.J., 2000. Arguments for a humanistic geography. In: Reading Human Geography: The Poetics and Politics of Inquiry 364-375
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1999. Joseph Wright: Art and Enlightenment Tate Gallery, London.
  • DANIELS, S.J., SEYMOUR, S. and WATKINS, C., 1999. Enlightenment, Improvement and Geographies of Horticulture in late Georgian England. In: D LIVINGSTONE AND C WITHERS, ed., Geography and Enlightenment Chicago University Press. pp 345-371
  • DAWSON, A. and DANIELS, S., 1999. Enlightenment, improvement and geographies of horticulture in late Georgian England. In: Geography and Enlightenment University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, USA. 345-371
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1999. Humphry Repton and the Geography of Georgian England, Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut.
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1999. Joseph Wright: Art and Enlightenment
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1999. Humphry Repton and the Geography of Georgian England
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1999. Trees in British Art. In: The Tree in Britain 296-325
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1999. Humphry Repton: Landscape Gardening and the Geography of Georgina England Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut.
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1999. Joseph Wright: Art and Enlightenment, Tate Gallery, London.
  • SEYMOUR, S., DANIELS, S. and WATKINS, C., 1998. Estate and empire: Sir George Cornewall's management of Moccas, Herefordshire and La Taste, Grenada, 1771-1819 Journal of Historical Geography. VOL 24(NUMBER 3), 313-351
  • DANIELS, S., 1997. Mapping national identities: the culture of cartography with particular reference to the Ordnance Survey. In: Imagining Nations Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK. 112-131
  • SEYMOUR, S., WATKINS, C. and DANIELS, S.J., 1996. Uvedale Price's marine picturesque at Aberystwyth 1790-1829 The Picturesque. 14, 1-12
  • DANIELS, S.J., 1996. On the road with Humphry Repton Journal of Garden History.

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