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2020

Waite L. 2020. Human Trafficking. In: Kobayashi A (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography 2nd Edition.
Waite L. 2020. Global human exploitation: Trafficking, forced labour and modern slavery. In: Companion to Development Studies 4th Edition.
Arbell Y, Middlemiss L, Chatterton P. 2020. Contested Subjectivities in a UK Housing Cooperative: Old Hippies and Thatcher’s Children negotiating the commons. Geoforum. 58-66 110
Assaduzzaman M, Filatova T, Coenen F, Lovett J. 2020. Freedom of choice to migrate: adaptation to climate change in Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology.
Bell D, Orozco L. 2020. Neighbourhood arts spaces in place: cultural infrastructure and participation on the outskirts of the creative city.. The International Journal of Cultural Policy.
Chatterton P, Pusey A. 2020. Beyond capitalist enclosure, commodification and alienation: Postcapitalist praxis as commons, social production and useful doing. Progress in Human Geography. 27-48 44.1
Coddington K, Conlon D, Martin LL. 2020. Destitution Economies: Circuits of Value in Asylum, Refugee, and Migration Control. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
Hannah L, Roehrdanz PR, Marquet PA, Enquist BJ, Midgley G, Foden W, Lovett JC, Corlett RT, Corcoran D, Butchart SHM, Boyle B, Feng X, Maitner B, Fajardo J, McGill BJ, Merow C, Morueta‐Holme N, Newman EA, Park DS, Raes N, Svenning J. 2020. 30% land conservation and climate action reduces tropical extinction risk by more than 50%. Ecography.
Hodkinson SN, Lewis H, Waite L, Dwyer P. 2020. Fighting or fuelling forced labour? The Modern Slavery Act 2015, irregular migrants and the vulnerabilising role of the UK’s hostile environment. Critical Social Policy.
Hubau W, Lewis SL, Phillips OL, Affum-Baffoe K, Beeckman H, Cuní-Sanchez A, Daniels AK, Ewango CEN, Fauset S, Mukinzi JM, Sheil D, Sonké B, Sullivan MJP, Sunderland TCH, Taedoumg H, Thomas SC, White LJT, Abernethy KA, Adu-Bredu S, Amani CA, Baker TR, Banin LF, Baya F, Begne SK, Bennett AC, Benedet F, Bitariho R, Bocko YE, Boeckx P, Boundja P, Brienen RJW, Brncic T, Chezeaux E, Chuyong GB, Clark CJ, Collins M, Comiskey JA, Coomes DA, Dargie GC, de Haulleville T, Kamdem MND, Doucet J-L, Esquivel-Muelbert A, Feldpausch TR, Fofanah A, Foli EG, Gilpin M, Gloor E, Gonmadje C, Gourlet-Fleury S, Hall JS, Hamilton AC, Harris DJ, Hart TB, Hockemba MBN, Hladik A, Ifo SA, Jeffery KJ, Jucker T, Yakusu EK, Kearsley E, Kenfack D, Koch A, Leal ME, Levesley A, Lindsell JA, Lisingo J, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Lovett JC, Makana J-R, Malhi Y, Marshall AR, Martin J, Martin EH, Mbayu FM, Medjibe VP, Mihindou V, Mitchard ETA, Moore S, Munishi PKT, Bengone NN, Ojo L, Ondo FE, Peh KS-H, Pickavance GC, Poulsen AD, Poulsen JR, Qie L, Reitsma J, Rovero F, Swaine MD, Talbot J, Taplin J, Taylor DM, Thomas DW, Toirambe B, Mukendi JT, Tuagben D, Umunay PM, van der Heijden GMF, and 7 other authors. 2020. Asynchronous carbon sink saturation in African and Amazonian tropical forests. Nature. 80-87 579.7797
Hutagalung AM, Hartono D, Arentsen MJ, Lovett JC. 2020. The Economic Implications of Natural Gas Pricing Adjustment in Indonesia. International Energy Journal. 129-140 20.2
Jiang Y, Waley P. 2020. Small horse pulls big cart in the scalar struggles of competing administrations in Anhui Province, China. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. 329-346 38.2
Jiang Y, Waley P. 2020. Who Builds Cities in China? How Urban Investment and Development Companies Have Transformed Shanghai. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
Lang R, Chatterton P, Mullins D. 2020. Grassroots innovations in community-led housing in England: the role and evolution of intermediaries. International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development. 52-72 12.1
McQuaid K. 2020. ‘There is violence across, in all arenas’: listening to stories of violence amongst sexual minority refugees in Uganda. International Journal of Human Rights. 313-334 24.4
McQuaid K, Vanderbeck RM, Mbabazi L. 2020. ‘Girls have powers’: using research-led arts to connect policymaking with girls’ lived experiences in Uganda. Gender, Place & Culture.
Pfeiffer D, Schafran A, Wegmann J. 2020. Vulnerability and opportunity: making sense of the rise in single-family rentals in US neighbourhoods. Housing Studies. 1-21
Ray N, Clarke G, Waley P. 2020. The rise of corporate retailing and the impacts on small‐scale retailing: the survival strategies of Kirana stores and informal street vendors in Durgapur, India. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography.
Sullivan MJP, Lewis SL, Affum-Baffoe K, Castilho C, Costa F, Sanchez AC, Ewango CEN, Hubau W, Marimon B, Monteagudo-Mendoza A, Qie L, Sonké B, Martinez RV, Baker TR, Brienen RJW, Feldpausch TR, Galbraith D, Gloor M, Malhi Y, Aiba S-I, Alexiades MN, Almeida EC, de Oliveira EA, Dávila EÁ, Loayza PA, Andrade A, Vieira SA, Aragão LEOC, Araujo-Murakami A, Arets EJMM, Arroyo L, Ashton P, Aymard C. G, Baccaro FB, Banin LF, Baraloto C, Camargo PB, Barlow J, Barroso J, Bastin J-F, Batterman SA, Beeckman H, Begne SK, Bennett AC, Berenguer E, Berry N, Blanc L, Boeckx P, Bogaert J, Bonal D, Bongers F, Bradford M, Brearley FQ, Brncic T, Brown F, Burban B, Camargo JL, Castro W, Céron C, Ribeiro SC, Moscoso VC, Chave J, Chezeaux E, Clark CJ, de Souza FC, Collins M, Comiskey JA, Valverde FC, Medina MC, da Costa L, Dančák M, Dargie GC, Davies S, Cardozo ND, de Haulleville T, de Medeiros MB, del Aguila Pasquel J, Derroire G, Di Fiore A, Doucet J-L, Dourdain A, Droissant V, Duque LF, Ekoungoulou R, Elias F, Erwin T, Esquivel-Muelbert A, Fauset S, Ferreira J, Llampazo GF, Foli E, Ford A, Gilpin M, Hall JS, Hamer KC, Hamilton AC, Harris DJ, Hart TB, Hédl R, Herault B, and 127 other authors. 2020. Long-term thermal sensitivity of Earth’s tropical forests. Science. 869-874 368.6493
Waugh MI, Hodkinson SN. 2020. Examining the Effectiveness of Current Information Laws and Implementation Practices for Accountability of Outsourced Public Services. Parliamentary Affairs.
Zebracki M. 2020. Public artivism: queering geographies of migration and social inclusivity. Citizenship Studies. 131-153 24.2
Zebracki M. 2020. Public art, sexuality, and critical pedagogy. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 265-284 44.2
Zebracki M, Hall JJ. 2020. Teaching geographies of sexualities: 20 years on. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 179-187 44.2

2019

Craig G, Balch A. 2019. The modern slavery agenda Policy, politics and practice.
Holliday R, Jones M, Bell D. 2019. Beautyscapes: Mapping Cosmetic Surgery Tourism.
Duffy M, Atkinson P, Wood N. 2019. Thresholds of Representation: Physical Disability in Dance and Perceptions of the Moving Body. In: Boyd CP; Edwardes C (eds.) Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts.
Garelli G, Tazzioli M. 2019. Military-humanitarianism. In: Mitchell K; Jones R; Fluri J (eds.) Handbook on critical geogrpahies of migration.
Garelli G, Tazzioli M. 2019. When the ‘via’ is fragmented and disrupted: Migrants’ walking along the Alpine route. In: Walters W; Heller C; Pezzani L (eds.) Viapolitics: Borders, Migration, and the Power of Locomotion.
Schafran A. 2019. Urban Restructuring. In: Orum A (eds.) The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies.
Waite L, Lewis H. 2019. The Welcome City?. In: Durrant S; Stonebridge L; Cox E; Wooley A (eds.) Refugee Imaginaries.
Waite L, Lewis H. 2019. Migrant illegality, slavery and exploitative work.. In: Craig G; Balch A; Lewis H; Waite L (eds.) The modern slavery agenda: Politics, policy and practice in the UK..
Waite L, Lewis H, Craig G, Balch A. 2019. Editorial Introduction: The modern slavery agenda: politics, policy, practice.. In: Craig G; Balch A; Lewis H; Waite L (eds.) The modern slavery agenda: Politics, policy and practice in the UK..
Zebracki M. 2019. Queerly Feeling Art in Public: The Gay Liberation Mo(nu)ment. In: Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts.
Zebracki M. 2019. Digital Public Art. In: The Routledge Companion to Urban Media and Communication.
Green T, Opio I, Okure M, Nabuuma B, Ross AR, Aristidou P, Lovett J, Crook R. 2019. Resilient minigrids using PV and biofuels. The 15th Photovoltaic Science, Applications and Technology Conference
Chatterton P, Dinerstein AC, North P, Pitts FH. 2019. Scaling up or deepening? Developing the Radical Potential of the SSE Sector in a Time of Crisis.
Alam R, Lovett JC. 2019. Prospects of Public Participation in the Planning and Management of Urban Green Spaces in Lahore: A Discourse Analysis. Sustainability. 11.12
Chen H, Wang L, Waley P. 2019. The Right to Envision the City? The Emerging Vision Conflicts in Redeveloping Historic Nanjing, China. Urban Affairs Review.
Conlon D. 2019. Unsettling state(s): On reading Nothing Personal? Geographies of Governing and Activism in the British Asylum System. Dialogues in Human Geography. 94-97 9.1
Darby S, Chatterton P. 2019. Between and beyond social entrepreneur and activist: Transformative personas for social change. ACME : An International e-Journal for Critical Geographies. 724-750 18.3
Diprose K, Liu C, Valentine G, Vanderbeck RM, McQuaid K. 2019. Caring for the future: Climate change and intergenerational responsibility in China and the UK. Geoforum. 158-167 105
Diprose K, Valentine G, Vanderbeck R, Liu C, McQuaid K. 2019. Building common cause towards sustainable consumption: A cross-generational perspective. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. 203-228 2.2
Enquist BJ, Feng X, Boyle B, Maitner B, Newman EA, Møller Jørgensen P, Roehrdanz PR, Thiers BM, Burger JR, Corlett RT, Couvreur TLP, Dauby G, Donoghue JC, Foden W, Lovett JC, Marquet PA, Merow C, Midgley G, Morueta-Holme N, Neves DM, Oliveira-Filho AT, Kraft NJB, Park DS, Peet RK, Pillet M, Serra-Diaz JM, Sandel B, Schildhauer M, Šímová I, Violle C, Wieringa JJ, Wiser SK, Hannah L, Svenning J-C, McGill BJ. 2019. The commonness of rarity: Global and future distribution of rarity across land plants. Science Advances. 5.11
González S. 2019. Contested marketplaces: Retail spaces at the global urban margins. Progress in Human Geography.
Hutagalung AM, Hartono D, Arentsen MJ, Lovett JC. 2019. Economic implications of domestic natural gas allocation in Indonesia. International Journal of Energy Sector Management. 424-449 13.2
Huxley R, Owen A, Chatterton P. 2019. The role of regime-level processes in closing the gap between sustainable city visions and action. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. 115-126 33
Joviani Astari A, Lovett JC. 2019. Does the rise of transnational governance ‘hollow-out’ the state? Discourse analysis of the mandatory Indonesian sustainable palm oil policy. World Development. 1-12 117
Liu C, Valentine G, Vanderbeck RM, Diprose K, McQuaid K. 2019. Rural–urban inequality and the practice of promoting sustainability in contemporary China. GeoJournal. 1187-1198 84.5
Liu C, Valentine G, Vanderbeck RM, McQuaid K, Diprose K. 2019. Placing ‘sustainability’ in context: narratives of sustainable consumption in Nanjing, China. Social and Cultural Geography. 1307-1324 20.9
Loyola-Hernández L. 2019. Spatial crossings: gender, race and politics in Yucatecan Maya municipalities. Gender, Place, and Culture. 1448-1470 25.10
McQuaid K, Vanderbeck RM, Valentine G, Diprose K, Liu C. 2019. 'An elephant cannot fail to carry its own ivory': Transgenerational ambivalence, infrastructure and sibling support practices in urban Uganda. Emotion, Space and Society. 32
Nkiaka E, Lovett JC. 2019. Strengthening the science-policy interface for climate adaptation: stakeholder perceptions in Cameroon. Regional Environmental Change. 1047-1057 19.4
Pfeiffer D, Wegmann J, Schafran A. 2019. Exploring the Relationship Between Housing Downturns and Partisan Elections: Neighborhood-Level Evidence from Maricopa County, Arizona. Urban Affairs Review.
Routledge P. 2019. Dawn of the debt: Tactical performance, humour and the practice of alter-geopolitics. Political Geography. 146-153 68
Smith K, Waite L. 2019. New and enduring narratives of vulnerability: Rethinking stories about the figure of the refugee. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 2289-2307 45.13
Voss H, Davis M, Sumner M, Waite L, Ras IA, Singhal D, Jog D. 2019. International supply chains: compliance and engagement with the Modern Slavery Act. Journal of the British Academy. 61-76 7.s1
Wignall R, McQuaid K, Gough KV, Esson J. 2019. 'We built this city': Mobilities, urban livelihoods and social infrastructure in the lives of elderly Ghanaians. Geoforum. 75-84 103
Zebracki M, Doucet B, De Brant T. 2019. Beyond Picturesque Decay: Detroit and the Photographic Sites of Confrontation Between Media and Residents. Space and Culture. 489-508 22.4
Zebracki M, Luger J. 2019. Digital geographies of public art: New global politics. Progress in Human Geography. 890-909 43.5

2018

Chatterton P. 2018. Unlocking Sustainable Cities A Manifesto for Real Change.
Hodkinson S. 2018. Grenfell foretold: A very neoliberal tragedy. In: Social policy review 30: Analysis and debate in social policy, 2018.
Joubert T, Hodkinson SN. 2018. Beyond the Rent Strike, Towards the Commons: Why the Housing Question Requires Activism that Generates its Own Alternatives. In: Gray N (eds.) Rent and its Discontents; A Century of Housing Struggle. Transforming Capitalism.
Lung-Amam W, Schafran A. 2018. From Sanford to Ferguson: Race, Poverty, and Protest in the American Suburb. In: Hanlon B; Vicino T (eds.) The Routledge Companion to the Suburbs. 1st.
Martin D, Schafran AB, Taylor Z. 2018. From problems in the North to the problematic North: Northern devolution through the lens of history. In: Berry C; Giovannini A (eds.) Developing England’s North: The Political Economy of the Northern Powerhouse. Building a Sustainable Political Economy: SPERI Research & Policy.
Blanco J, Lucas K, Schafran A, Verlinghieri E, Apaolaza R. 2018. Contested mobilities in the Latin American context. Journal of Transport Geography. 73-75 67
Butler A, Schafran A, Carpenter G. 2018. What does it mean when people call a place a shithole? Understanding a discourse of denigration in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 496-510 43.3
Chatterton P, Owen A, Cutter J, Dymski G, Unsworth R. 2018. Recasting Urban Governance through Leeds City Lab: Developing Alternatives to Neoliberal Urban Austerity in Co‐production Laboratories. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 226-243 42.2
Cowen D, Garelli G, Tazzioli M. 2018. Editors’ Interview with Deborah Cowen. South Atlantic Quarterly. 397-403 117.2
Diprose K, Fern R, Vanderbeck RM, Chen L, Valentine G, Liu C, McQuaid K. 2018. Corporations, Consumerism and Culpability: Sustainability in the British Press. Environmental Communication. 672-685 12.5
Ferry Slik JW, Franklin J, Arroyo-Rodriguez V, Field R, Aguilar S, Aguirre N, Ahumada J, Aiba SI, Alves LF, K A, Avella A, Mora F, Aymard C GA, Báez S, Balvanera P, Bastian ML, Bastin JF, Bellingham PJ, van den Berg E, da Conceição Bispo P, Boeckx P, Boehning-Gaese K, Bongers F, Boyle B, Brambach F, Brearley FQ, Brown S, Chai SL, Chazdon RL, Chen S, Chhang P, Chuyong G, Corneille E, Coronado IM, Cristóbal-Azkarate J, Culmsee H, Damas K, Dattaraja HS, Davidar P, DeWalt SJ, Din H, Drake DR, Duque A, Durigan G, Eichhorn K, Eler ES, Enoki T, Ensslin A, Fandohan AB, Farwig N, Feeley KJ, Fischer M, Forshed O, Souza Garcia Q, Garkoti SC, Gillespie TW, Gillet JF, Gonmadje C, Granzow-de la Cerda I, Griffith DM, Grogan J, Hakeem KR, Harris DJ, Harrison RD, Hector A, Hemp A, Homeier J, Shah Hussain M, Ibarra-Manríquez G, Faridah Hanum I, Imai N, Jansen PA, Joly CA, Joseph S, Kartawinata K, Kearsley E, Kelly DL, Kessler M, Killeen TJ, Kooyman R, Laumonier Y, Laurance SG, Laurance WF, Lawes MJ, Letcher SG, Lindsell J, Lovett J, Lozada J, Lu X, Lykke AM, Mahmud KB, Mahayani NPD, Mansor A, Marshall AR, Martin EH, Calderado Leal Matos D, Meave JA, Melo FPL, Huberto Aguirre Mendoza Z, Metali F, and 87 other authors. 2018. Phylogenetic classification of the world’s tropical forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1837-1842 115.8
Fields DJ, Hodkinson SN. 2018. Housing Policy in Crisis: An International Perspective. Housing Policy Debate. 1-5 28.1
Garelli G, Heller C, Pezzani L, Tazzioli M. 2018. Shifting Bordering and Rescue Practices in the Central Mediterranean Sea, October 2013–October 2015. Antipode. 813-821 50.3
Garelli G, Sciurba A, Tazzioli M. 2018. Mediterranean Struggles for Movement and the European Government of Bodies: An Interview with Étienne Balibar and Nicholas De Genova. Antipode. 748-762 50.3
Garelli G, Sciurba A, Tazzioli M. 2018. Introduction: Mediterranean Movements and the Reconfiguration of the Military‐Humanitarian Border in 2015. Antipode. 662-672 50.3
Garelli G, Sciurba A, Tazzioli M. 2018. Mediterranean Movements and Constituent Political Spaces: An Interview with Sandro Mezzadra and Toni Negri. Antipode. 673-684 50.3
Garelli G, Tazzioli M. 2018. The biopolitical warfare on migrants: EU Naval Force and NATO operations of migration government in the Mediterranean. Critical Military Studies. 181-200 4.2
Garelli G, Tazzioli M. 2018. The Humanitarian War Against Migrant Smugglers at Sea. Antipode. 685-703 50.3
Gill N, Conlon D, Moran D, Burridge A. 2018. Carceral circuitry: New directions in carceral geography. Progress in Human Geography. 183-204 42.2
Gonzalez S. 2018. La «gourmetización» de las ciudades y los mercados de abasto. Reflexiones críticas sobre el origen del proceso, su evolución e impactos sociales. Boletín Ecos. 1-8 43.JUNIO-AGOSTO 2018
González S, Oosterlynck S, Ribera-Fumaz R, Rossi U. 2018. Locating the global financial crisis: variegated neoliberalization in four European cities. Territory, Politics, Governance. 468-488 6.4
Hammerton J, Joshi LR, Ross AB, Pariyar B, Lovett JC, Shrestha KK, Rijal B, Li H, Gasson PE. 2018. Characterisation of biomass resources in Nepal and assessment of potential for increased charcoal production. Journal of Environmental Management. 358-370 223
Jiang Y, Waley P. 2018. Shenhong: The Anatomy of an Urban Investment and Development Company in the Context of China’s State Corporatist Urbanism. Journal of Contemporary China. 596-610 27.112
Jiang Y, Waley P, Gonzalez S. 2018. ‘Nice apartments, no jobs’: How former villagers experienced displacement and resettlement in the western suburbs of Shanghai. Urban Studies. 3202-3217 55.14
Liu C, Chen L, Vanderbeck RM, Valentine G, Zhang M, Diprose K, McQuaid K. 2018. A Chinese route to sustainability: Postsocialist transitions and the construction of ecological civilization. Sustainable Development. 741-748 26.6
Liu C, Valentine G, Vanderbeck RM, Diprose K, McQuaid K. 2019. Rural–urban inequality and the practice of promoting sustainability in contemporary China. GeoJournal. 1187-1198 84.5
Liu C, Valentine G, Vanderbeck RM, McQuaid K, Diprose K. 2019. Placing ‘sustainability’ in context: narratives of sustainable consumption in Nanjing, China. Social and Cultural Geography. 1307-1324 20.9
Lovett JC. 2018. Angola. African Journal of Ecology. 1-2 56.1
Lovett JC. 2018. International Primatological Society Meeting in Nairobi 19–25 August. African Journal of Ecology. 159-159 56.2
Loyola-Hernández L. 2018. The porous state: Female mayors performing the state in Yucatecan Maya municipalities. Political Geography. 48-57 62
McQuaid K, Vanderbeck RM, Valentine G, Liu C, Chen L, Zhang M, Diprose K. 2018. Urban climate change, livelihood vulnerability and narratives of generational responsibility in Jinja, Uganda. Africa. 11-37 88.1
Nkiaka E, Lovett JC. 2018. Mainstreaming climate adaptation into sectoral policies in Central Africa: Insights from Cameroun. Environmental Science and Policy. 49-58 89
Nkiaka E, Nawaz NR, Lovett JC. 2018. Effect of single and multi-site calibration techniques on hydrological model performance, parameter estimation and predictive uncertainty: A case study in the Logone catchment, Lake Chad basin. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. 1665-1682 32.6
Nkiaka E, Nawaz R, Lovett JC. 2018. Assessing the reliability and uncertainties of projected changes in precipitation and temperature in Coupled Model Intercomparison Project phase 5 models over the Lake Chad basin. International Journal of Climatology. 5136-5152 38.14
Pariyar B, Lovett JC, Snell C. 2018. Inequality of access in irrigation systems of the mid-hills of Nepal. Area Development and Policy. 60-78 3.1
Quincey DJ, Klaar MJ, Haines D, Lovett JC, Pariyar B, Gurung G, Brown LE, Watson CS, England MI, Evans BE. 2018. The Changing Water Cycle: the need for an integrated assessment of the resilience to changes in water supply in High-Mountain Asia. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water. 5.1
Ramírez-Carrillo E, López-Corona O, Toledo-Roy JC, Lovett JC, de León-González F, Osorio-Olvera L, Equihua J, Robredo E, Frank A, Dirzo R, Pérez-Cirera V. 2018. Assessing sustainability in North America’s ecosystems using criticality and information theory. PLoS ONE. 13.7
Routledge P, Cumbers A, Driscoll Derickson K. 2018. States of Just Transition: realizing climate justice through and against the state. Geoforum. 78-86 88
Salinas-Melgoza MA, Skutsch M, Lovett JC. 2018. Predicting aboveground forest biomass with topographic variables in human-impacted tropical dry forest landscapes. Ecosphere. 9.1
Samson MGM, Vanderbeck RM, Wood N. 2018. Fixity and Flux: A Critique of Competing Approaches to Researching Contemporary Jewish Identities. Social Compass. 97-113 65.1
Schafran A, McDonald C, Lopez Morales E, Akyelken N, Acuto M. 2018. Replacing the services sector and three-sector theory: urbanization and control as economic sectors. Regional Studies. 1708-1719 52.12
Tazzioli M, Garelli G. 2018. Containment beyond detention: The hotspot system and disrupted migration movements across Europe. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space.
Tazzioli M, Garelli G, De Genova N. 2018. Autonomy of Asylum?: The Autonomy of Migration Undoing the Refugee Crisis Script. South Atlantic Quarterly. 239-265 117.2
Wu Q, Waley P. 2018. Configuring growth coalitions among the projects of urban aggrandizement in Kunming, Southwest China. Urban Geography. 282-298 39.2
Zebracki M. 2018. Regenerating a coastal town through art: Dismaland and the (l)imitations of antagonistic art practice in the city. Cities. 21-32 77
Zebracki M. 2018. Urban preservation and the queerying spaces of (un)remembering: Memorial landscapes of the Miami Beach art deco historic district. Urban Studies. 2261-2285 55.10
Zebracki M, De Bekker D. 2018. Public Art for an Inclusive City: Producers and Publics on the Social Potentials and Problems of Flagship Vis-à-Vis Community Art. City & Society. 14-44 30.1
Zebracki M, Palmer JM. 2018. Introduction to Special Issue: Urban Public Art: Geographies of Co-Production. City & Society. 5-13 30.1
Taylor M, Gonzalez S, Bua A. 2018. Measuring the value of traditional retail markets: towards a holistic approach.
McQuaid K. 2018. Defenders Across Borders: Congolese Human Rights Defenders in Uganda’s Refugee Regime.

2017

Routledge P. 2017. Space Invaders: Radical Geographies of Protest. Radical Geography.
Schafran AB. 2017. The Long Road from Babylon to Brentwood: Resegregation and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Baborska-Narozny M, Stevenson F, Chatterton P. 2017. Understanding Opportunities and Barriers for Social Occupant Learning in Low Carbon Housing. In: Smart Energy Control Systems for Sustainable Buildings.
Bell D. 2017. Representations of Public Sex in Crime, Media, and Popular Culture. In: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Oxford Research Encyclopedias.
Bell DJ, Hubbard P, Jayne M. 2017. Twin cities: territorial and relational urbanism. In: The SAGE Handbook of New Urban Studies.
Chatterton P. 2017. Being a Zapatista wherever you are: Reflections on academic-activist practice from Latin America to the UK. In: Towards just and sustainable economies: The social and solidarity economy North and South.
Conlon D, Hiemstra N. 2017. Mobility and materiality of the carceral: examining immigration and immigration detention. In: Turner J; Peters K (eds.) Carceral Mobilities: Interrogating Movement in Incarceration. Routledge Studies in Human Geography.
Conlon DB, Hiemstra N, Mountz A. 2017. Geographical perspectives on detention: spatial control and its contestation. In: Flynn MJ; Flynn MB (eds.) Challenging Immigration Detention: Academics, Activists, and Policymakers.
Gonzalez S. 2017. Conclusions: International perspectives on the transformation of markets. In: Gonzalez S (eds.) Contested Markets, Contested Cities: Gentrification and Urban Justice in Retail Spaces. Routledge Studies in Urbanism and the City.
Gonzalez S. 2017. Introduction: Studying markets as spaces of contestation. In: Gonzalez S (eds.) Contested Markets, Contested Cities: Gentrification and Urban Justice in Retail Spaces. Routledge Studies in Urbanism and the City.
Gonzalez S. 2017. Preface.
Gonzalez S, Dawson G. 2017. Resisting gentrification in traditional public markets: Lessons from London. In: Gonzalez S (eds.) Contested Markets, Contested Cities: Gentrification and Urban Justice in Retail Spaces. Routledge Studies in Urbanism and the City.
Hodkinson SN. 2017. Housing for the Many... and the Few?. In: Phipps M (eds.) For the Many: Preparing Labour for Power.
Rivlin P, Gonzalez S. 2017. Public markets: Spaces for sociability under threat? The case of Leeds’ Kirkgate Market. In: Gonzalez S (eds.) Contested Markets, Contested Cities: Gentrification and Urban Justice in Retail Spaces. Routledge Studies in Urbanism and the City.
Waite L, Lewis H. 2017. 'Hostile’ UK immigration policy and asylum seekers. In: Vecchio F; Gerard A (eds.) Entrapping Asylum Seekers. Social, legal and economic precariousness..
Waley P. 2017. Resilience amidst fragility along Tokyo's waterways. In: Caroli R; Soriani S (eds.) Fragile and Resilient Cities on Water: Perspectives from Venice and Tokyo.
Schafran A, Aiello G, Enright T, Le Moigne Y. 2017. Rendering a Redeveloped France/La France rêvée des promoteurs.
Bell D, Hollows J, Jones S. 2017. Campaigning culinary documentaries and the responsibilization of food crises. Geoforum. 179-187 84
Bell DJ. 2017. Allergic to the Twentieth Century: Intentional Communities and Therapeutic Landscapes in The Village and Safe. Architecture and Culture. 41-56 5.1
Carlucci MB, Seger GDS, Sheil D, Amaral IL, Chuyong GB, Ferreira LV, Galatti U, Hurtado J, Kenfack D, Leal DC, Lewis SL, Lovett JC, Marshall AR, Martin E, Mugerwa B, Munishi P, Oliveira Á, Razafimahaimodison JC, Rovero F, Sainge MN, Thomas D, Pillar VD, Duarte LDS. 2017. Phylogenetic composition and structure of tree communities shed light on historical processes influencing tropical rainforest diversity. Ecography. 521-530 40.4
Hiemstra N, Conlon D. 2017. Beyond privatization: bureaucratization and the spatialities of immigration detention expansion. Territory, Politics, Governance. 252-268 5.3
Holliday R, Cheung O, Cho J, Bell DJ. 2017. Trading Faces: the ‘Korean Look’ and Medical Nationalism in South Korean Cosmetic Surgery Tourism. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 190-202 58.2
Hutagalung AM, Hartono D, Arentsen M, Lovett J. 2017. The economic implications of natural gas infrastructure investment. Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy. 1080-1087 12.12
Johnson P, Vanderbeck RM. 2017. Sacred Spaces, Sacred Words: Religion and Same-Sex Marriage in England and Wales. Journal of Law and Society. 228-254 44.2
Johnson P, Vanderbeck RM. 2017. Sexual Orientation Equality and Religious Exceptionalism in the Law of the United Kingdom: The Role of the Church of England. Oxford Journal of Law and Religion. 498-522 6.3
Lovett JC. 2017. African botany and botanists. African Journal of Ecology. 125-125 55.2
Lovett JC. 2017. Editorial. African Journal of Ecology. 389-390 55.4
Lovett JC, Nkiaka E. 2017. Science-policy interfaces. African Journal of Ecology. 257-258 55.3
McQuaid K, Plastow J. 2017. Ethnography, Applied Theatre and Stiwanism: Creative Methods in Search of Praxis Amongst Men and Women in Jinja, Uganda. Journal of International Development. 961-980 29.7
McQuaid K, Plastow JE. 2017. From Research to Activism: Theatre and Anthropology in Walukuba. Critical Stages/Scènes Critiques: The IATC journal/Revue de i'AICT. 15
McQuaid K, Vanderbeck R, Plastow J, Valentine G, Liu C, Chen L, Zhang M, Diprose K. 2017. Intergenerational Community-Based Research and Creative Practice: Promoting Environmental Sustainability in Jinja, Uganda. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships. 389-410 15.4
Nkiaka E, Nawaz NR, Lovett JC. 2017. Evaluating global reanalysis precipitation datasets with rain gauge measurements in the Sudano-Sahel region: case study of the Logone catchment, Lake Chad Basin. Meteorological Applications. 9-18 24.1
Nkiaka E, Nawaz NR, Lovett JC. 2017. Evaluating global reanalysis datasets as input for hydrological modelling in the Sudano-Sahel region. Hydrology. 4.1
Nkiaka E, Nawaz NR, Lovett JC. 2017. Analysis of rainfall variability in the Logone catchment, Lake Chad basin. International Journal of Climatology. 3553-3564 37.9
Nkiaka E, Nawaz NR, Lovett JC. 2017. Using standardized indicators to analyse dry/wet conditions and their application for monitoring drought/floods: A study in the Logone catchment, Lake Chad basin. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 2720-2736 62.16
Salinas-Melgoza MA, Skutsch M, Lovett JC, Borrego A. 2017. Carbon emissions from dryland shifting cultivation: a case study of Mexican tropical dry forest. Silva Fennica. 51.1B
Sullivan MJP, Talbot J, Lewis SL, Phillips OL, Qie L, Begne SK, Chave J, Cuni Sanchez A, Hubau W, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Miles L, Monteagudo-Mendoza A, Sonké B, Sunderland T, ter Steege H, White LJT, Affum-Baffoe K, Aiba S, Almeida EC, Almeida de Oliveira E, Alvarez-Loayza P, Álvarez Dávila E, Andrade A, Aragão LEOC, Ashton P, Aymard C. GA, Baker TR, Balinga M, Banin LF, Baraloto C, Bastin J-F, Berry N, Bogaert J, Bonal D, Bongers F, Brienen R, Camargo JLC, Cerón C, Chama Moscoso V, Chezeaux E, Clark CJ, Cogollo Pacheco A, Comiskey JA, Cornejo Valverde F, Honorio Coronado E, Dargie G, Davies SJ, De Canniere C, Djuikouo K. MN, Doucet J-L, Erwin TL, Espejo JS, Ewango CEN, Fauset S, Feldpausch TR, Herrera R, Gilpin M, Gloor E, Hall J, Harris DJ, Hart TB, Kartawinata K, Khoon Kho L, Kitayama K, Laurance SGW, Laurance WF, Leal ME, Lovejoy T, Lovett J, Lukasu FM, Makana JR, Malhi Y, Maracahipes L, Marimon BS, Marimon BH, Marshall AR, Morandi PS, Mukendi JT, Mukinzi J, Nilus R, Núñez Vargas P, Pallqui Camacho NC, Pardo G, Peña-Claros M, Pétronelli P, Pickavance GC, Poulsen AD, Poulsen JR, Primack RB, Priyadi H, Quesada CA, Reitsma J, Réjou-Méchain M, Restrepo Z, Rutishauser E, Salim KA, Salomão RP, Samsoedin I, Sheil D, Sierra R, and 16 other authors. 2017. Diversity and carbon storage across the tropical forest biome. Scientific Reports.
Tellez Contreras LF. 2017. Urban cosmopolitics. Agencements, assemblies, atmospheres, edited by Anders Blok and Ignacio Farías, New York, Questioning Cities Series, Routledge, 2016, 250 pp., £34.99 (Paperback) ISBN 9781138813410, £105.00 (Hardback) ISBN 9781138813403, £24.49 (ebook) ISBN 9781315748177.. Urban Research & Practice. 477-479 10.4
Ullah K, Arentsen MJ, Lovett JC. 2017. Institutional determinants of power sector reform in Pakistan. Energy Policy. 332-339 102
Waite L. 2017. Asylum Seekers and the Labour Market: Spaces of Discomfort and Hostility. Social Policy and Society. 669-679 16.4
Waite L, Lewis H. 2017. Precarious irregular migrants and their sharing economies: A spectrum of transactional laboring experiences. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 964-978 107.4
Waley P. 2017. Gentrification is everywhere. City. 81-83 21.1
Wegmann J, Schafran A, Pfeiffer D. 2017. Breaking the Double Impasse: Securing and Supporting Diverse Housing Tenures in the United States. Housing Policy Debate. 193-216 27.2
Willcock S, Phillips OL, Platts PJ, Balmford A, Burgess ND, Lovett JC, Ahrends A, Bayliss J, Doggart N, Doody K, Fanning E, Green JMH, Hall J, Howell KL, Marchant R, Marshall AR, Mbilinyi B, Munishi PKT, Owen N, Swetnam RD, Topp-Jorgensen EJ, Lewis SL. 2017. Correction to: Quantifying and understanding carbon storage and sequestration within the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania, a tropical biodiversity hotspot. Carbon Balance and Management. 12.1
Wu Q, Zhang X, Waley PT. 2017. When Neil Smith Met Pierre Bourdieu in Nanjing, China: Bringing Cultural Capital into Rent Gap Theory. Housing Studies. 659-677 32.5
Zebracki M. 2017. Homomonument as queer micropublic: An emotional geography of sexual citizenship. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. 345-355 108.3
Zebracki M. 2017. A cybergeography of public art encounter: The case of Rubber Duck. International Journal of Cultural Studies. 526-544 20.5
Zebracki M. 2017. Queer bricolage. ACME : An International e-Journal for Critical Geographies. 605-606 16.3
Zebracki M. 2017. Queerying Public Art in Digitally Networked Space. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies. 440-474 16.3
Zebracki M, Milani TM. 2017. Critical geographical queer semiotics. ACME : An International e-Journal for Critical Geographies. 427-439 16.3
Zebracki M, Sumner A, Speight E. 2017. (Re)Making Public Campus Art: Connecting the University, Publics and the City. Public Art Dialogue. 6-43 7.1
Johnson P, Vanderbeck R, Falcetta S. 2017. Religious marriage of same-sex couples : A report on places of worship in England and Wales registered for the solemnization of same-sex marriage.
Conlon DB, Hiemstra N, Mountz A. 2017. Spatial Control: Geogrpahical approaches to the study of immigration detention.

2016

Chatterton P. 2016. The Rocky Road of Post-Capitalist Grassroots Experimentation. In: Dastbaz M; Gorse C (eds.) Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design: Selected Proceedings from the International Conference of Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society (SEEDS).
Hiemstra N, Conlon D. 2016. Captive consumers and coerced labourers: Intimate economies and the expanding US detention regime. In: Conlon D; Hiemstra N (eds.) Intimate Economies of Immigration Detention: Critical Perspectives. 1st.
Pusey A, Chatterton P. 2016. Commons. In: Jayne M; Ward K (eds.) Urban Theory: New Critical Perspectives.
Routledge P. 2016. CLIMATE JUSTICE Climate change, resource conflicts, and social justice.
Routledge P, Cumbers A, Nativel C. 2016. Global justice networks: Operational logics, imagineers and grassrooting vectors. In: Spaces of Contention: Spatialities and Social Movements.
Wood N. 2016. National Belonging in Cosmopolitan Times. In: Vieten UM; Valentine G (eds.) Cartographies of Differences: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New Visions of the Cosmopolitan.
Al Manji S, Lovett JC. 2016. Use of fuzzy cognitive mapping to identify the factors affecting disaster management resilience in Oman. Proceedings of the 6th International Disaster and Risk Conference: Integrative Risk Management - Towards Resilient Cities, IDRC Davos 2016
Chatterton P. 2016. The rocky road of post-capitalist grassroots experimentation. International SEEDS Conference
Gonzalez S, Dawson G. 2016. Resisting retail gentrification in traditional public markets in London. CONTESTED_CITIES Congreso Internacional
Alexandri G, Gonzalez S, Hodkinson S. 2016. Locating Displacement in Latin American Urbanism. Revista INVI. 9-25 31.88
Baborska-Narozny M, Stevenson F, Chatterton P. 2016. Temperature in housing: stratification and contextual factors. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Engineering Sustainability. 125-137 169.4
Bell D. 2016. I Persevered with my Geography. South Atlantic Quarterly. 685-697 115.4
Chatterton P. 2016. Building transitions to post-capitalist urban commons. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 403-415 41.4
Cook J, Waite L. 2016. ‘I think I'm more free with them'—Conflict, Negotiation and Change in Intergenerational Relations in African Families Living in Britain. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 1388-1402 42.8
Davies W, Van Alstine J, Lovett JC. 2016. ‘Frame Conflicts’ in Natural Resource Use: Exploring Framings Around Arctic Offshore Petroleum Using Q-Methodology. Environmental Policy and Governance. 482-497 26.6
Dwyer P, Hodkinson S, Lewis H, Waite L. 2016. Socio-legal status and experiences of forced labour among asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy. 182-198 32.3
Gonzalez S. 2016. Looking comparatively at displacement and resistance to gentrification in Latin American cities. Urban Geography. 1245-1252 37.8
Hodkinson S. 2016. A Review of “Neoliberal urban policy and the transformation of the city: reshaping Dublin”, Edited by Andrew MacLaran and Sinéad Kelly. International Journal of Housing Policy. 257-259 16.2
Hodkinson SN, Beswick J, Fields D, Alexandri G, Janoschka M, Vives-Miró S. 2016. Speculating on London's housing future: The rise of global corporate landlords in ‘post-crisis’ urban landscapes. City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action. 321-341 20.2
Huang-Lachmann J-T, Lovett JC. 2016. How cities prepare for climate change: Comparing Hamburg and Rotterdam. Cities. 36-44 54
Jiang Y, Waley P, Gonzalez S. 2016. Shanghai swings: the Hongqiao project and competitive urbanism in the Yangzi River Delta. Environment and Planning A. 1928-1947 48.10
Jiang Y, Waley PT, Gonzalez S. 2016. Shifting land-based coalitions in Shanghai’s second hub. Cities. 30-38 52
Le Moigne Y, Smithsimon F, Schafran AB. 2016. Ni la race ni le 93 ne sont ce que nous croyons qu’ils sont / Neither race nor the 9-3 are what you think they are. Hérodote. 99-124 162.3
Lovett JC. 2016. Wild dog controversies. African Journal of Ecology. 1-2 54.1
Lovett JC, Pariyar B. 2016. Dalit identity in urban Pokhara, Nepal. Geoforum. 134-147 75
McQuaid KRV. 2016. ‘We raise up the voice of the voiceless’: Voice, rights and resistance amongst Congolese Human Rights Defenders in Uganda. Refuge Special Issue: Refugee Voices. 32.1
Nkiaka E, Nawaz NR, Lovett JC. 2016. Using Self-Organizing Maps to infill missing data in hydro-meteorological time series from the Logone catchment, Lake Chad basin. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 188
Stevenson F, Baborska-Narozny M, Chatterton P. 2016. Resilience, redundancy and low-carbon living: co-producing individual and community learning. Building Research and Information. 789-803 44.7
van Klinken A, Zebracki M. 2016. Porn in Church: Moral Geographies of Homosexuality in Uganda. Porn Studies. 89-92 3.1
Vanderbeck RM, Johnson P. 2016. The Promotion of British Values: Sexual Orientation Equality, Religion, and England’s Schools. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family. 292-321 30.3
Waley P. 2016. Matthew Stavros, Kyoto: An Urban History of Japan's Premodern Capital. Japanese Studies. 125-126 36.1
Waley PT. 2016. Speaking gentrification in the languages of the Global East. Urban Studies. 615-625 53.3
Willcock S, Phillips OL, Platts PJ, Swetnam RD, Balmford A, Burgess ND, Ahrends A, Bayliss J, Doggart N, Doody K, Fanning E, Green JMH, Hall J, Howell KL, Lovett JC, Marchant R, Marshall AR, Mbilinyi B, Munishi PKT, Owen N, Topp-Jorgensen EJ, Lewis SL. 2016. Land cover change and carbon emissions over 100 years in an African biodiversity hotspot. Global Change Biology. 2787-2800 22.8
Wu Q, Zhang X, Waley PT. 2016. Jiaoyufication: When Gentrification Goes to School in the Chinese Inner City. Urban Studies. 3510-3526 53.16
Zebracki M. 2016. Embodied techno-space: An auto-ethnography on affective citizenship in the techno electronic dance music scene. Emotion, Space and Society. 111-119 20
Zebracki M. 2016. The search for publics: challenging comfort zones in the co-creation of public art. Cultural Geographies. 739-744 23.4
Hodkinson S, Turner A, Essen C. 2016. Exploring the Impacts and Implications of a Changing UK Welfare State under Digitalisation and Austerity: the Case of Leeds. In: Exploring the Impacts and Implications of a Changing UK Welfare State under Digitalisation and Austerity: the Case of Leeds.
Schafran AB, Fields D, Kohli R. 2016. The Emerging Economic Geography of Single-Family Rental Securitization. In: The Emerging Economic Geography of Single-Family Rental Securitization.

2015

Chatterton P. 2015. Low Impact Living: A Field Guide to Ecological, Affordable Community Building. Earthscan Tools for Community Planning.
Waite L, Lewis H, Craig G, Skrivankova K. 2015. Vulnerability, exploitation and migrants: Insecure work in a globalised economy.
Conlon DB. 2015. Becoming Public. In: Gambs D; Kim R (eds.) Women on the Role of Public Higher Education: Personal Reflections from CUNY's Graduate Center.
Holliday R, Bell D. 2015. Cosmetic Surgery Tourism. In: Lunt N; Horsfall D; Hanefeld J (eds.) Handbook on Medical Tourism and Patient Mobility.
Vanderbeck RM, Sadgrove J, Valentine G, Andersson J, Ward K. 2015. The transnational debate over homosexuality in the anglican communion. In: The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics.
Waite L, Lewis H, Hodkinson S, Dwyer P. 2015. Refused Asylum Seekers as the Hyper-Exploited.
Vanderbeck RM, Worth N. 2015. Introduction. INTERGENERATIONAL SPACE
Abbas NH, van der Molen I, Nader MR, Lovett JC. 2015. Citizens’ perceptions of trust relationships in the environmental management process in North Lebanon. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 1511-1529 58.9
Balderas Torres A, MacMillan DC, Skutsch M, Lovett JC. 2015. ‘Yes-in-my-backyard’: Spatial differences in the valuation of forest services and local co-benefits for carbon markets in México. Ecological Economics. 130-141 109
Balderas Torres A, MacMillan DC, Skutsch M, Lovett JC. 2015. Reprint of 'Yes-in-my-backyard': Spatial differences in the valuation of forest services and local co-benefits for carbon markets in México. Ecological Economics. 283-294 117
Bell D, Holliday R, Ormond M, Mainil T. 2015. Transnational healthcare, cross-border perspectives. Social science & medicine. 284-289 124
Casas-Cortes M, Cobarrubias S, De Genova N, Garelli G, Grappi G, Heller C, Hess S, Kasparek B, Mezzadra S, Neilson B, Peano I, Pezzani L, Pickles J, Rahola F, Riedner L, Scheel S, Tazzioli M. 2015. New Keywords: Migration and Borders. Cultural Studies. 55-87 29.1
Colenbrander S, Lovett J, Abbo MS, Msigwa C, M’Passi-Mabiala B, Opoku R. 2015. Renewable energy doctoral programmes in sub-Saharan Africa: A preliminary assessment of common capacity deficits and emerging capacity-building strategies. Energy Research & Social Science. 70-77 5
Conlon D, Gill N, Asylum-Network. 2015. Guest Editorial: Interventions in Migration and Activism. ACME-AN INTERNATIONAL E-JOURNAL FOR CRITICAL GEOGRAPHIES. 442-451 14.2
Derickson KD, Routledge P. 2015. Resourcing Scholar-Activism: Collaboration, Transformation, and the Production of Knowledge. Professional Geographer. 67.1
Hodkinson S. 2015. All that is Solid: The Great Housing Disaster. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF URBAN AND REGIONAL RESEARCH. 641-643 39.3
Hodkinson S. 2015. Finance for Housing: An Introduction. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF URBAN AND REGIONAL RESEARCH. 641-643 39.3
Hodkinson SN, Essen CE. 2015. Grounding accumulation by dispossession in everyday life: the unjust geographies of urban regeneration under the private finance initiative. International Journal of Law in the Built Environment. 72-91 7.1
Holliday R, Bell D, Cheung O, Jones M, Probyn E. 2015. Brief encounters: Assembling cosmetic surgery tourism. Social Science and Medicine. 298-304 124
Lewis H, Waite L. 2015. Asylum, immigration restrictions and exploitation: hyper-precarity as a lens for understanding and tackling forced labour. Anti-Trafficking Review. 50-68 5
Lovett JC. 2015. Modelling the effects of climate change in Africa. African Journal of Ecology. 1-2 53.1
Marin-Burgos V, Clancy JS, Lovett JC. 2015. Contesting legitimacy of voluntary sustainability certification schemes: Valuation languages and power asymmetries in the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil in Colombia. Ecological Economics. 303-313 117
Purvis MC. 2015. Direction and discretion: the roles of centre and branch in the interwar management of Marks and Spencer. History of Retailing and Consumption. 63-81 1.1
Routledge P. 2015. Territorialising movement: the politics of land occupation in Bangladesh. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 445-463 40.4
Routledge P. 2015. Engendering gramsci: Gender, the philosophy of praxis, and spaces of encounter in the climate caravan, Bangladesh. Antipode. 1321-1345 47.5
Routledge P, Driscoll Derickson K. 2015. Situated solidarities and the practice of scholar-activism. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 391-407 33.3
Schafran A. 2015. The future of the urban academy. City. 303-305 19.2-3
Torres AB, MacMillan DC, Skutsch M, Lovett JC. 2015. 'Yes-in-my-backyard': Spatial differences in the valuation of forest services and local co-benefits for carbon. markets in Mexico (Reprint from Ecological Economics, vol 109, pg 130-141, 2015). ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS. 283-294 117
Vanderbeck RM, Johnson P. 2015. Homosexuality, religion and the contested legal framework governing sex education in England. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. 161-179 37.2
Waite L, Craig G, Ewis H, Skrivankova K. 2015. Louise Waite, Gary Craig, Hannah Lewis and Klara Skrivankova Introduction. VULNERABILITY, EXPLOITATION AND MIGRANTS: INSECURE WORK IN A GLOBALISED ECONOMY. 1-12
Waite L, Lewis H, Dwyer P, Hodkinson S. 2015. Precarious Lives: Refugees and Asylum Seekers' Resistance within Unfree Labouring. ACME-AN INTERNATIONAL E-JOURNAL FOR CRITICAL GEOGRAPHIES. 479-491 14.2
Walker R, Schafran A. 2015. The Strange Case of the Bay Area. Environment and Planning A. 10-29 47.1
Wynne-Jones S, North P, Routledge P. 2015. Practising participatory geographies: Potentials, problems and politics. Area. 218-221 47.3
Wynne-Jones S, North P, Routledge P. 2015. Practising participatory geographies: potentials, problems and politics. Area. 218-221 47.3
Zebracki M. 2015. Queer cities, queer cultures: Europe since 1945. Gender, Place & Culture. 1195-1197 22.8
Zebracki M, Hardman M, Caragliu A. 2015. Review: Fair Shared Cities: The Impact of Gender Planning in Europe, Sustainable Urban Metabolism, System City: Infrastructure and the Space of Fows. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design. 184-187 42.1
Vanderbeck R (2015) Impact in Sexualities and Queer Research: Reflections and Questions for Geography and the Social Sciences Impact in Sexualities and Queer Research. University of Leeds
Gonzalez S, Dawson G. 2015. Traditional Markets under threat: why it’s happening and what traders and customers can do.

2014

Bell D, Oakley K. 2014. Cultural Policy.
Johnson P, Vanderbeck R. 2014. Law, Religion and Homosexuality.
Lewis, H, Dwyer, P, Hodkinson, S, Waite LJ. 2014. Precarious lives: Forced Labour, Exploitation and Asylum.
Conlon DB. 2014. Going public: Reflections on predicaments and possibilities in public research and scholarship. In: Taylor Y (eds.) The Entrepreneurial University: Public Engagements, Intersecting Impacts.
The Trapese Collective. 2014. Education: By the People for the People. In: Parker M; Cheney G; Fournier V; Land C (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Alternative Organization. Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting.
Waite LJ. 2014. Exploring the link between immigration status and forced labour in the UK. In: Human Trafficking Reconsidered: Migration and Forced Labor.
Wood N, Valentine G. 2014. Geography. In: Marchbank J; Letherby G (eds.) Introduction to Gender Social Science Perspectives. Second edition.
Zebracki M. 2014. Art engagers: What does public art do to its publics? The case of the 'butt plug gnome'. In: The Uses of Art in Public Space.
Baborska-Narozny M, Stevenson F, Chatterton P. 2014. A Social Learning Tool – Barriers and Opportunities for Collective Occupant Learning in Low Carbon Housing. Energy Procedia
Abbas NH, Abbas NH, van der Molen I, van der Molen I, Nader MR, Lovett JC. 2014. Citizens' perceptions of trust relationships in the environmental management process in North Lebanon. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.
Antonsich M, Fortier A-M, Darling J, Wood N, Stephens AC. 2014. The Persistence of Nationalism. From imagined communities to urban encounters. POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY. 56-63 40
Conlon DB, Hiemstra N. 2014. Examining the everyday micro-economies of migrant detention in the United States. Geographica Helvetica Turner J (eds.). 335-344 69
Gill N, Conlon D, Tyler I, Oeppen C. 2014. The Tactics of Asylum and Irregular Migrant Support Groups: Disrupting Bodily, Technological, and Neoliberal Strategies of Control. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 373-381 104.2
Gonzalez S, Oosterlynck S. 2014. Crisis and resilience in a finance-led city: Effects of the global financial crisis in Leeds. Urban Studies. 3164-3179 51.15
González S, Hodkinson S. 2014. Gentrificación como política pública en una ciudad provincial: El caso de la ciudad de Leeds en el Reino Unido. Revista de geografía Norte Grande. 93-10958
Lewis H, Dwyer P, Hodkinson S, Waite LJ. 2014. Hyper-precarious lives? Migrants, work and forced labour in the Global North.. Progress in Human Geography.
Marin-Burgos V, Clancy JS, Lovett JC. 2014. Contesting legitimacy of voluntary sustainability certification schemes: Valuation languages and power asymmetries in the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil in Colombia. Ecological Economics.
McQuaid K. 2014. Violent continuities: telling stories of one sexual minority life in the African Great Lakes region. Identities. 570-585 21.5
Mitri G, Nader M, Van der Molen I, Lovett J. 2014. Evaluating exposure to land degradation in association with repetitive armed conflicts in North Lebanon using multi-temporal satellite data. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 7655-7672 186.11
Schafran A. 2014. Debating urban studies in 23 steps. City. 321-330 18
Sharp J, Cumbers A, Painter J, Wood N. 2014. Deciding whose future? Challenges and opportunities of the Scottish Independence Referendum 2014 for Scotland and Beyond. Political Geography. 32-42 41
Tyler I, Gill N, Conlon D, Oeppen C. 2014. The business of child detention: Charitable co-option, migrant advocacy and activist outrage. Race and Class. 3-21 56.1
Vandvik V, Måren IE, Ndangalasi HJ, Taplin J, Mbago F, Lovett JC. 2014. Back to Africa: monitoring post-hydropower restoration to facilitate reintroduction of an extinct-in-the-wild amphibian. Ecosphere. art95-art95 5.8
Waite L, Lewis H, Valentine G. 2014. Multiply vulnerable populations: mobilising a politics of compassion from the 'capacity to hurt'. Social and Cultural Geography.
Willcock S, Phillips OL, Platts PJ, Balmford A, Burgess ND, Lovett JC, Ahrends A, Bayliss J, Doggart N, Doody K, Fanning E, Green JM, Hall J, Howell KL, Marchant R, Marshall AR, Mbilinyi B, Munishi PK, Owen N, Swetnam RD, Topp-Jorgensen EJ, Lewis SL. 2014. Quantifying and understanding carbon storage and sequestration within the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania, a tropical biodiversity hotspot.. Carbon Balance Manag. 2+ 9
Zebracki M. 2014. Sex in the city: Gender mainstreaming urban governance in Europe. The case of Sweden and Italy. Fennia. 54-64 192.1
Zebracki M. 2014. The cinema makers: public life and the exhibition of difference in South-Eastern and Central Europe since the 1960s. Transnational Cinemas. 187-189 5.2
Zebracki M. 2014. Public art as conversation piece: scaling art, public space and audience. Belgeo. 3
Holliday R, Bell D, Jones M, Probyn E, Sanchez Taylor J. 2014. Sun, sea, sand and silicone: mapping cosmetic surgery tourism.
Waite LJ. 2014. Forced labour in the UK: Why are migrants so vulnerable?. In: Geography Review.

2013 & previous

Attias-Donfut C, Cook J, Hoffmann J, Waite LJ. 2012. Citizenship, Belonging and Intergenerational Relations in African Migration. Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship.
Bell D. 2001. An Introduction to Cybercultures.
Bell D. 2005. Science, Technology & Culture. Cultural and Media Studies.
Bell D. 2005. Ordinary Lifestyles: popular media, consumption and taste.
Bell D. 2006. Cyberculture Theorists: Manuel Castells and Donna Haraway.
Bell D. 2006. Cybercultures: critical concepts in media & cultural studies.
Bell D. 2006. Small Cities.
Bell D, Binnie J. 2000. The Sexual Citizen: queer politics and beyond.
Bell D, Haddour A. 2000. City Visions.
Bell D, Hollows J. 2006. Historicizing Lifestyle: mediating taste, consumption and identity, 1900s to 1970s.
Bell D, Jayne M. 2006. Afterword: Sizing up small cities.
Bell D, Jayne MR. 2004. City of Quarters: urban villages in the contemporary city.
Bell D, Kennedy B. 2000. The Cybercultures Reader.
Bell D, Kennedy B. 2007. The Cybercultures Reader.
Bell D, Valentine G. 1995. Mapping Desire: geographies of sexualities.
Bell D, Valentine G. 1997. Consuming Geographies: we are where we eat.
Bell DJ, Parker M. 2009. Space Travel and Culture: From Apollo to Space Tourism. Sociological Review Monographs Series.
Bondi L, Avis H, Bankey R, Bingley A, Davidson J, Duffy R, Einagel V, Green AM, Johnston L, Lilley S, Listerborn C, Marshy M, McEwan S, O'Connor N, Rose G, Vivat B, Wood N. 2002. Subjectivities, Knowledges and Feminist Geographies:The Subjects and Ethics of Social Research.
Chatterton P. 2010. The Point is to Change it..
Chatterton P, Cutler A. 2007. Do It Yourself: A handbook for changing our world.
Chatterton P, Goddard JB. 2001. The Response of Universities to Regional Needs.
Chatterton P, Gordon N. 2004. Taking Back Control. A Journey through Argentina's popular uprising.
Chatterton P, Hollands R. 2001. Changing our 'toon'. Youth, nightlife and urban change.
Chatterton P, Hollands R. 2003. Urban nightscapes: youth cultures, pleasure spaces and corporate power.
Loader B, Pleace N, Schuler D, Bell D. 2004. Cyberculture: the key concepts.
Moran D, Gill N, Conlon DB. 2013. Carceral Spaces: Mobility and agency in imprisonment and migrant detention.
Moulaert F, Sywngedouw E, Martinelli F, Gonzalez S. 2010. Can neighbourhoods save the city? Community development and social innovation.
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Waley PT, Hohn U. 2000. Communities and planning in contemporary Japanese cities.
Waley PT, Tinios E. 1999. On the margins of the city: Scenes of recreation from the periphery of the Japanese Capital, 1760-1860.
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Hodkinson S. 2010. Urban outcasts: a comparative sociology of advanced marginality. AREA. 253-254 42.2
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