Callaghan, J. (2014) Children's experiences of domestic violence. Invited Presentation presented to: Research Institute for Health and Social Change (RIHSC) Seminar Series, Manchester Metropolitan University, 05 November 2014.
Callaghan, J. and Alexander, J. (2015) Embodiment and use of space. Invited Presentation presented to: Thomas Coram Research Institute Seminar Series, Institute of Education, Thomas Coram Research Institute, London, 03 March 2015.
Callaghan, J., Sixsmith, J., Alexander, J., Fellin, L., Armstrong-Hallam, S., Deliyanni-Kouimtzi, K., Papathanassiou, M., Mavrou, S., Munoz, M. and Nardulli, C. (2014) Children's experiences of domestic abuse: agency, resistance and resilience. Other presented to: Children's Experiences of Domestic Abuse: Agency, Resistance, Resilience (Knowledge Cafe), The University of Northampton, 16 May 2014.
Hadfield-Hill, S. (2010) Sustainable community development: evidence from the Indian context. Paper presented to: International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) 7th International Symposium: Corporate Innovation & Sustainable Community Development, Nottingham University Business School, Nottingham, England, 27 April 2010.
Hadfield-Hill, S. (2009) The greening of financial institutions. Paper presented to: Association of American Geographers 2009 Annual Meeting: Session on Building and Becoming Green: Economic Geographies of the Environment, Las Vegas, USA, 22-27 March 2009.
Horton, J., Hadfield-Hill, S., Kraftl, P. and Christensen, P. (2011) Young people and ‘sustainable’ urban design: experiences, perceptions and urban myths. Seminar Presentation presented to: Children, Young People and Sustainability, Centre for Children and Youth, The University of Northampton, 08 September 2011. Also presented as an Invited Presentation to: Building New Collaborations in Eco-Housing Research and Practice: Geography, Architecture and Environmental Sciences Workshop, University of Leicester, 29 September 2011
Horton, J. and Kraftl, P. (2007) Geographies of sleep/iness: an introduction. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Tucker, F. (2010) Spaces-in-the-making, childhoods-on-the-move. In: Foley, P. and Leverett, S. (eds.) Children and Young People's Spaces: Developing Practice. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 40-57.
Horton, J., Tucker, F. and Coates, S. (2013) Supporting students' transitions from first to second year. In: Tate, S. and Hopkins, P. (eds.) Re-thinking Undergraduate Students' Transitions To, Through and Out of University: Examples of Good Practice in GEES Disciplines. York: Higher Education Academy. p. 15.
Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2008) The problem of 'children's geographies'. Invited Presentation presented to: Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Boston, Mass., USA, 14-19 April 2008.
Kraftl, P. and Horton, J. (2009) Urban representation/imagination. In: Kitchen, R. and Thrift, N. (eds.) International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography. Oxford: Elsevier Science. pp. 94-100.
Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H. and Pilkington, A. (2007) Evaluation of U-Turn service, Northamptonshire. Report presented to Northamptonshire County Council Teenage Partnership Executive Group, March 2007 (Unpublished)
Pyer, M., Horton, J., Tucker, F., Ryan, S. and Kraftl, P. (2010) Guest editor. Children's Geographies. Special Issue: Children, young people and 'disability': challenging children's geographies? 8(1) Routledge/Taylor & Francis. 1473-3285.
Pyer, M., Ryan, S., Horton, J., Kraftl, P. and Tucker, F. (2007) Children, young people and ‘disability’.Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, London, 28-31 August 2007.
den Besten, O., Horton, J., Adey, P. and Kraftl, P. (2008) The event(s) of school design. Paper presented to: Royal Geographical Society, with Institute of British Geographers (IBG), Annual International Conference, London, 27-29 August 2008.