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Journal articles

Johnson, P. and Vanderbeck, R.M. (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.

David Bell, Joanne Hollows & Steve Jones (2017) 'Campaigning culinary documentaries and the responsibilization of food crises', Geoforum 84: 179-187.

Deirdre Conlon, Nancy Hiemstra and Alison Mountz (2017) Spatial Control: Geographical Approaches to the Study of Immigration Detention. The paper is published as part of Geneva-based research centre, the Global Detention Project's working paper series, and is available online here.

Katie McQuaid, Robert Vanderbeck, Jane Plastow, Gill Valentine, Chen Liu, Lily Chen, Mei Zhang & Kristina Diprose (2017) Intergenerational Community-Based Research and Creative Practice: Promoting Environmental Sustainability in Jinja, Uganda.  Journal of Intergenerational Relationships 15(4): 389-410. See here

Alexandri, G. & M. Janoschka (2017) Who Loses and Who Wins in a Housing Crisis? - Lessons From Spain and Greece for a Nuanced Understanding of Dispossession. Housing Policy Debate 27.

Jayne, M, Hubbard, P and Bell, D (2017) Twin Cities: Territorial and Relational Urbanism, in Hannigan, J and Richards, G (eds) The Sage Handbook of New Urban Studies, London: Sage, 63-77

Bell, D. (2017) ‘Allergic to the twentieth century: intentional communities and therapeutic landscapes in The Village and Safe’, Architecture & Culture, 5 (1), 41-56 

Cabrera Pacheco, A. (2017). Primitive accumulation in indigenous Mexico: The contested transformations of the Maya solar of Yucatán. City.

Chatterton, P. (2016) Building transitions to post-capitalist urban commons. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers DOI:10.1111/tran.12139

Stevenson, F., Baborska-Narozny, M., and Chatterton, P. (2016) Resilience, redundancy and low-carbon living: co-producing individual and community learning. Building Research & Information DOI:10.1080/09613218.2016.1207371

Conlon, D. (2017) Immigration enforcement, asylum and economic value in Trump's first 100 days. Society and Space open site, available here.

Darby, S. (2017), Making space for co-produced research ‘impact’: learning from a participatory action research case study. Area. DOI: 10.1111/area.12321

Gonzalez, S, Oosterlynck, S, Ribera Fumaz, R and Rossi, U (2017) Locating the global financial crisis: variegated neoliberalisation in four European cities. Territory, Politics, Governance. 

Pariyar, B. & Lovett, J.C. (2016) Dalit identity in urban Pokhara, Nepal. Geoforum.

McLauchlan, A. (2017) Within and Outwith: Cristina Lucas’ ‘001-100’. In: Gray, K. ed. Towards a city observatory: constellations of art, collaboration and locality. Edinburgh: Collective. pp. 65-72.

Alex Schafran, Giorgia Aiello, Theresa Enright & Yohann Le Moigne, “Rendering a Redeveloped France”, Metropolitics, 7 June 2017. See here. This piece, which will be published as well in French, is a product of work done by students in GEOG 3820 (Research Placement).

Johnson, P. and Vanderbeck, R.M. (2017) Sacred spaces, sacred words: religion and same-sex marriage in England and Wales. Journal of Law and Society. 44(2): 228-54 DOI: 10.1111/jols.12024 

Wu, Q., Zhang, X., and Waley, P. (2016) When Neil Smith met Pierre Bourdieu in Nanjing, China: bringing cultural capital into rent gap theory. Housing Studies DOI:10.1080/02673037.2016.1228849

Yanpeng, J., Waley, P., and Gonzalez, S. (2016) Shanghai swings: the Hongqiao project and competitive urbanism in the Yangzi River Delta. Environment and Planning A DOI:10.1177/0308518X16652897

Wu Q. and P. Waley (2017) Configuring growth coalitions among the projects of urban aggrandizement in Kunming, Southwest China. Urban Geography DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2017.1314171 

Zebracki M. (in press) Urban Preservation and the Queerying Spaces of (Un)remembering: Memorial Landscapes of the Miami Beach Art Deco Historic District. Urban Studies.

Zebracki M. (in press) Regenerating a Coastal Town Through Art: Dismaland and the (L)imitations of Antagonistic Art Practice in the City. Cities. 

Zebracki M. (in press) Queerying Public Art in Digitally Networked Space. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies.

Zebracki M, Sumner A, Speight A (2017) (Re)Making Public Campus Art: Connecting the University, Publics and the City. Public Art Dialogue 7(1): 6–43. 50 free author eprints here.

Darby, S. (2016) Dynamic Resistance: Third-Sector Processes For Transforming Neoliberalization. AntipodeDOI:10.1111/anti.12235

Jiang, Y., Waley, P., and Gonzalez, S. (2016) Shifting land-based coalitions in Shanghai’s second hub. Cities 52:30-38 DOI:10.1016/j.cities.2015.11.006

Georgieva, M., Wiklund, H., Bell, J.B., Eilersten, M.H., Mills, R.A., Little, C.T.S., and Glover, A.G. (2015). A chemosynthetic weed: the tubeworm Sclerolinum contortum is a bipolar, cosmopolitan species. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15: 280 DOI: 10.1186/s12862-015-0559-y

Waley, P. (2015) Speaking gentrification in the languages of the Global East. Urban Studies DOI: 10.1177/0042098015615726

Qiyan, W., Xiaoling, Z., and Waley, P. (2015) Jiaoyufication: When gentrification goes to school in the Chinese inner city. Urban Studies  DOI:10.1177/0042098015613234.

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

Walker, R., Schafran, A. (2015) The strange case of the Bay Area. Environment and Planning A 47(1): 10-29 DOI: 10.1068/a46277

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

Purvis, M. (2015) Direction and discretion: the roles of centre and branch in the interwar management of Marks and Spencer. History of Retailing and Consumption 1: 63-81 DOI: 1080/2373518X.2015.1015239

Bell, D., Hollows, J., and Jones, S. (2015) Campaigning culinary documentaries and the responsibilization of food crises. Geoforum (in press) DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.03.014

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

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 62: 492–501 DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2014.12.411

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

Holliday, R., Bell, D., Cheung, O., Jones, M., Probyn, E. (2014) Brief Encounters: Assembling cosmetic surgery tourism. Social Science & Medicine 124: 298-304 DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.06.047

Gonzalez, S., and Oosterlynck, S. (2014) Crisis and resilience in a finance-led city: Effects of the global financial crisis in Leeds. Urban Studies DOI: 10.1177/0042098013519142

Schafran, A. (2014) Debating urban studies in 23 steps. City 18(3): 321-330 DOI: 10.1080/13604813.2014.906717

Tornaghi, C. (2014) Critical geography of urban agriculture. Progress in Human Geography 38(4): 551-567 DOI: 10.1177/0309132513512542

Schafran, A., Sosa Lopez, O., Gin, J.L. (2013) Politics and possibility on the metropolitan edge: The scale of social movement space in exurbia. Environment and Planning A 45(12): 2833-2851 DOI: 10.1068/a45570

Waley, A. (2013) Cities in transcontinental context: A comparison of mega urban projects in Shanghai and Belgrade. SPATIUM International Review 30: 7-11

Books and book chapters

Conlon, D. (2018) Immigration policy and migration support organizations in an era of austerity and hope. In D. Brotherton and P. Kretsedemas (eds.) Immigration Policy in the Age of Punishment. NY: Columbia University Press.

Waley, P. (2011) The urbanization of the Japanese landscape, in V. L. Bestor, Bestor, T., and Yamagata, A. (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Japanese Culture and Society, pp. 89-100, London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-415-70914-9

Castree, N., Chatterton, P., Heynen, N., Larner, W., Wright, Melissa W. (eds.) (2010) The point is to change it: Geographies of hope and survival in an age of crisis, Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-1-4051-9834-9

Gonzalez, S. (2010) Las narrativas escalares de la globalización, neoliberalismo y ciudades competitivas, in V. R. Fernandez and C. Brandao (Eds.), Escalas y Políticas del Desarrollo Regional (pp. 123-149). Buenos Aires: Miño y Dávila.

Gonzalez, S. (2010) Neoliberal urbanism in Europe, in Pike, A., Rodriguez-Pose, A., Tomaney, J. (eds.), Handbook of Local and Regional development, pp. 460-469. London: Routledge.

Gonzalez, S., Vigar, G. (2010) The Ouseburn Valley. A struggle to innovate in the context of a weak local state, in F. Moulaert, E. Swyngedouw, F. Martinelli, , and S. Gonzalez (eds), Can neighbourhoods save the city?, pp. 128-140. London: Routledge.

Hodkinson, S. N. (2010) Housing in common: In search of a strategy for housing alterity in England in the 21st century, in Fuller, D., Jonas, A.E.G., and Lee, R. (ed.) Alternative Economic and Political Spaces: Interrogating Alterity. Farnham: Ashgate.