Below are a list of current and forthcoming books, journal articles and book chapters that give a sense of the type of work that makes up the Social/Spatial Theory cluster:
Amin, A. & Thrift, N. (2002) Cities: Re- imagining the Urban. Polity: Cambridge (translated into Italian by Il Mulino).
Amin, A. & Thrift, N. (2005) ‘'What's Left? Just the future'. Antipode, 37, 2: 220-238.
Amoore, L. (2004) ‘'Risk, reward and discipline at work'. Economy and Society. 33:174-196.
Amoore, L. (2008) ‘'Consulting, culture, the camp: On the economies of the exception'. In Amoore, L. & de Goode, M. Risk and the War on Terror. Routledge. New York (forthcoming).
Anderson, B. (2006) ‘'Transcending Without transcendence: Utopianism and an ethos of hope' Antipode. 38, 4: 691-710.
Anderson, B. (2006) ‘'Becoming and being hopeful: Towards a theory of affect'. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24, 5, 633-655.
Bissell, D. (2007) ‘'Animating suspension: waiting for mobilities'. Mobilities, 2(2), 277-298.
Bissell, D. (2007) ‘'Comfortable bodies: sedentary affects'. Environment and Planning A, (forthcoming).
Bulkeley, H. (2005) ‘'Reconfiguring environmental governance: towards a politics of scales and networks'. Political Geography, 24: 875-902.
Campbell, D. (2007) ‘'Geopolitics and visual culture: Sighting the Darfur Conflict 2003-05'. Political Geography 26: 4, 357-382.
Campbell, D. (2006) ‘'Post-Structuralism' in International Relations Theories, edited by Tim Dunne, Milja Kurki and Steve Smith. Oxford University Press: Oxford University Press, 203-228.
Colls, R. (2007) ‘'Materialising bodily matter: Intra-action and the embodiment of 'Fat''. Geoforum. 38: 353-365.
Colls, R. (2006) ‘'Outsize/Outside: Bodily bignesses and the emotional experiences of British women shopping for clothes'. Gender Place and Culture, 13: 529-545.
Crang, M. (2007) 'Speed = Distance/Time: Chronotopographies of Action' in 24/7: Time and Temporality in the Network Society. Eds R. Hassan and R. Purser. Stanford University Press: Stanford, CA: 62-88.
Crang, M. & Travlou, P. (2001). ‘'The city and topologies of memory'. Environment & Planning D: Society and Space 19(2): 161-77.
Elden, S. (2006) Speaking Against Number: Heidegger, Language and the Politics of Calculation. Edinburgh.: Edinburgh University Press; 2006.
Elden, S. (2004) Understanding Henri Lefebvre: Theory and the Possible. London: Continuum.
Graham, S. (2005) ‘'Switching cities off: Urban infrastructure and US air power', City, 9(2), 170-192.
Graham, S. & Thrift, N. (2007) ‘'Out of order: Understanding maintenance and repair'. Theory, Culture and Society. 24(3), 1-25.
Harrison, P. (2007) 'How shall I say it?' Relating the nonrelational. Environment & Planning A. 39: 590-608.
Harrison, P. (2007) ‘'The space between us: Opening remarks on the concept of dwelling'. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 25:625-647.
Hudson, R. (2005) Economic Geographies: Circuits, Flows and Spaces. London: Sage.
Hudson, R. (2001) Producing Places. New York.: Guilford Press.
Kearnes, M. (2006) 'Chaos and control: Nanotechnology and the politics of emergence'. Paragraph. 29:57-80.
Kearnes, M. (2003) 'Geographies that matter –- the rhetorical deployment of physicality?' Social and Cultural Geography; 4:139-152.
McEwan, C. (2007) A very modern ghost: postcolonialism and the politics of enchantment. Environment and Planning D. (advanced online publication).
McEwan, C. (2005) ‘'New spaces of citizenship? Rethinking gendered participation and empowerment in South Africa'. Political Geography 24, 969-991.
Mcfarlane, C. (2007) ‘'Sanitation in Mumbai's informal settlements: state, 'slum' and infrastructure'. Environment and Planning A.
Mcfarlane, C. (2006) ‘'Crossing borders: development, learning and the North-South divide'. Third World Quarterly. 27:1413-1437.
Jones, M. and MacLeod, G. (2004) ‘'Regional spaces, spaces of regionalism: territory, insurgent politics, and the English question'. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 29, 433-452.
MacLeod, G. and Jones, M. (2007) ‘'Territorial, scalar, networked, connected: In what sense a regional world?' Regional Studies Volume 41: 9 (forthcoming).
Painter, J. (2007) Cartographic anxiety and the search for regionality. Environment and Planning A. (advance online publication, doi:10.1068/a38255).
Painter, J. (2007) Geographies of space and power. In Handbook of Political Geography Cok, K. Low, M. & Robinson, J. London. Sage (in press).
Power, M. & Sidaway, J. (2004) ‘'The degeneration of tropical geography', Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 94 (3), 585-601.
Crampton, A. & Power, M. (2005) ‘'Frames of reference on the geopolitical stage: Saving Private Ryan and the Second World War/Second Gulf War Intertext', Geopolitics, 10 (2), 244-265.
Angharad Closs Stephens
Closs Stephens A. (2007) “'Seven million Londoners, one London': National and urban ideas of community in the aftermath of the 7 July 2005 bombings in London. Alternatives. 32:155-176.
Tolia-Kelly, D.P. (2004) ‘'Processes of identification: Precipitates of re-memory in the South Asian Home' in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 29 pp314-329.
Tolia-Kelly D. P. (2006) ‘'Affect - an ethnocentric encounter?: exploring the ‘'universalist' imperative of emotional/ affectual geographies'. Commentary Area 38(2), pp213-7.