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Zebracki M; Sumner A; Speight E. (in press) (Re)Making Public Campus Art: Connecting the University, Publics and the City. Public Art Dialogue.

Gill, N., Conlon, D., Moran, D., and Burridge, A. (2016) Carceral circuitry: New directions in carceral geography. Progress in Human Geography. DOI: 10.1177/0309132516671823

Zebracki, M. (2016) The Search for Publics: Challenging Comfort Zones in the Co-Creation of Public Art. Cultural Geographies. DOI: 10.1177/1474474016647366

McQuaid, K. (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): 50-59. Available here.

Van Klinken, A. and Zebracki, M. (2015) Porn in church: Moral geographies of homosexuality in Uganda. Porn StudiesDOI:10.1080/23268743.2015.1083882

Routledge, P. (2015) ‘Territorializing Movement: the Politics of Land Occupation in Bangladesh’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (40)4: 445-463 DOI: 10.1111/tran.12087

Routledge, P. (2015) ‘Engendering Gramsci: gender, the philosophy of praxis and spaces of encounter in the Climate Caravan, Bangladesh’ Antipode (47)5: 1321-1345 DOI: 10.1111/anti.12145

Lewis, H., Dwyer, P., Hodkinson, S., and Waite, L. 2015 ‘Hyper-precarious migrant lives: migrants, work and forced labour in the Global North’. Progress in Human Geography39(5): 580-600 DOI: 10.1177/0309132514548303

Lewis, H. and Waite, L. (2015) Asylum, immigration restrictions and exploitation: Hyper-precarity as a lens for understanding and tackling forced labour. Anti-Trafficking Review 5 DOI: 10.14197/atr.20121554

Routledge, P. (2015) Territorializing movement: the politics of land occupation in Bangladesh. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (online first) DOI: 10.1111/tran.12087

Wynne-Jones, S., North, P., and Routledge, P. (2015) Practising participatory geographies: potentials, problems and politics. Area (online first) DOI: 10.1111/area.12186

Datta, A. (2015) New urban utopias of postcolonial India: ‘Entrepreneurial urbanization’ in Dholera smart city, Gujarat. Dialogues in Human Geography (5): 3-22 DOI: 10.1177/2043820614565748

Lewis, H., Dwyer, P., Hodkinson, S.Waite, L. (2014) Hyper-precarious lives: Migrants, work and forced labour in the Global North. Progress in Human Geography (online first) DOI: 10.1177/0309132514548303

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 41: 32-42 DOI: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2014.04.002

Tyler, I., Gill, N., Conlon, D. and Oeppen, C. (2014) The business of child detention: Charitable co-option, migrant advocacy and activist outrage. Race & Class 56: 3-21 DOI: 10.1177/0306396814531690

Derickson, K.D., Routledge, P. (2014) Resourcing scholar-activism: Collaboration, transformation and the production of knowledge. The Professional Geographer (online first) DOI: 10.1080/00330124.2014.883958

Waite, L., Valentine, G. and Lewis, H. (2014) Multiply vulnerable populations: Mobilising a politics of compassion from the ‘capacity to hurt’. Social and Cultural Geography 15(3): 313-331 DOI: 10.1080/14649365.2013.872286 

Books and chapters

Conlon, D. (2013) Becoming legible and legitimized: Subjectivation and governmentality among asylum seekers in Ireland, in Kretsedemas, P., Capetillo-Ponce, J. and Jacobs, G (eds.) Migrant marginality: A transnational perspective, NY: Routledge, 186-204. ISBN-13: 978-0415893176

Datta, A. (2013) Diaspora and transnationalism in urban studies, in Quayson, A. and Daswani, G. (eds.) A companion to diaspora and transnationalism, Oxford: Blackwell, 88-105. ISBN-13: 9781405188265 

Datta, A. (2012) The Illegal City: Space, law and gender in a Delhi squatter settlement. London: Ashgate. ISBN: 978-1-4094-4554-8

Attias-Donfut, C., Cook, J., Hoffman, J., and Waite, L. (eds.) (2012) Citizenship, belonging and intergenerational relations in African migration, London: Palgrave, Macmillan. DOI: 10.1057/9780230390324