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Recent articles

Kate Smith and Louise Waite. 2018. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. New and enduring narratives of vulnerability: Rethinking stories about the figure of the refugee.

Schafran, A., McDonald, C., Morales, E. L., Akyelken, N., & Acuto, M. (2018). Replacing the Services Sector and Three-Sector Theory: Urbanization and Control as Economic Sectors. Regional Studies. See here.

Liu, C., Chen, L., Vanderbeck, R.M.,  Valentine, G.,  Zhang, M., Diprose, K. and McQuaid, K., (2018) A Chinese route to sustainability: post-socialist transitions and the construction of ecological civilisation.  Sustainable Development. See here.

Gill, N., Conlon, D., Moran, D. and Burridge, A. (2018) Carceral circuitry: New directions in carceral geography. Progress in Human Geography 42(2): 183-204.

Paul Waley. 2017. Resilience amidst fragility along Tokyo’s waterways. In R. Cairoli and S. Soriani, eds. Fragile and Resilient Cities on Water: Perspectives from Venice and Tokyo. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp. 33-50.

Zebracki M; Palmer J. Special Issue: Urban Public Art: Geographies of Co?Production, published in City & Society, Volume 30, Issue 1. See here.

Liu, C., Valentine, G., Vanderbeck, R.M., McQuaid, K. and Diprose, K., (2018) Placing ‘sustainability' in context: narratives of sustainable consumption in Nanjing, China. Social & Cultural Geography DOI:10.1080/14649365.2018.1454978

Alice Butler, Alex Schafran and Georgina Carpenter. 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, 2018;1–15. DOI: 10.1111/tran.12247

Jiang Yanpeng, Paul Waley and Sara González. 2018. ‘Nice apartments, no jobs’: How former villagers experienced displacement and resettlement in the western suburbs of Shanghai. Urban Studies DOI: 10.1177/0042098017740246.

McQuaid, K. (2018) Defenders Across Borders: Congolese Human Rights Defenders in Uganda’s Refugee Regime. Human Rights Defender Hub Working Paper Series 4. York: Centre for Applied Human Rights, University of York. Available here.

Zebracki M
; De Bekker D. Public Art for an Inclusive City: Producers and Publics on the Social Potentials and Problems of Flagship Vis-à-Vis Community Art. City & Society. Research article (31 pp.). DOI: 10.1111/ciso.12153. Advance online publication. See here

Zebracki M; palmer j. Introduction to Special Issue: Urban Public Art: Geographies of Co?Production. City & Society. Editorial (9 pp.). DOI: 10.1111/ciso.12152. Advance online publication. See here.  

Paul Chatterton, Alice Owen, Jo Cutter, Gary Dymski, Rachael Unsworth. 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. DOI10.1111/1468-2427.12607. See here.

Jiang Yanpeng and Paul Waley. 2018. Shenhong: the anatomy of an urban investment and development company in the context of China’s state corporatist urbanism. Journal of Contemporary China. DOI: 10.1080/10670564.2018.1433580.

Zebracki M; Doucet B; De Brant T. Beyond Picturesque Decay: Detroit and the Photographic Sites of Confrontation Between Media and Residents. Space and Culture. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/1206331217753344. See here

Daryl Martin, Alex Schafran and Zac Taylor (2017) From problems in the North to the problematic North: Northern devolution through the lens of history. In Craig Berry and Arianna Giovannini (eds), Developing England’s North: The Political Economy of the Northern Powerhouse, Palgrave: London. See here.

Conlon, D., Hiesmtra, N. and Mountz, A. (2017) Geographical Perspectives on Detention: Spatial Control and Its Contestation. In Michael Flynn and Matthew Flynn (eds.) Challenging Immigration Detention: Academics, Activists and Policy-makers. Edward Elgar. See here.

Janoschka, M. & L.S. Arreortua (2017): Peripheral urbanisation in Mexico City. A comparative analysis of uneven social and material geographies in low-income housing estates. In: Habitat International 70: 43-49.

Ruth Holliday, Olive Cheung, Ji Hyun Cho & David Bell (2017) ‘Trading faces: the Korean Look and medical nationalism in cosmetic surgery tourism to South Korea’, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 58 (2), 190-202.

David Bell (2017) 'Representations of public sex in crime, media and popular culture', Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology & Criminal Justice (online)

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