Chanco, C. (2016): Frontier polities and imaginaries: the reproduction of settler colonial space in the Southern Philippines, Settler Colonial Studies, DOI: 10.1080/2201473X.2016.1139869
Evans, D. & Norcliffe, G. (2016): Local identities in a global game: the social production of football space in Liverpool, Journal of Sport & Tourism, DOI:
Gansworth, L. & Werner, K. (Forthcoming). First Medicine: Stories of Water & Now. Rethinking Marxism: Special Issue on Marxism and Spirituality, 28(3).
Amar, A. K., & Teelucksingh, C. (2015). Environmental Justice, Transit Equity and the Place for Immigrants in Toronto. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 24(2): 43-63.
Massé, F. (2016) The Political Ecology of Human-Wildlife Conflict: Producing Wilderness, Insecurity, and Displacement in the Limpopo National Park. Conservation and Society 14(2): 100-111
Massé, F., Lunstrum, E. (2016) Accumulation by securitization: Commercial poaching, neoliberal conservation, and the creation of new wildlife frontiers. Geoforum 69 (2016) 227–237
Bain, A and William Payne. (2016). Queer De-participation in the Co-production of Scholarly Knowledge. Qualitative Research 16 (3): 330-340.
Payne, W. (2016). Death-squads Contemplating Queers as Citizens: What Colombian Paramilitaries are Saying. Gender, Place and Culture 23(3): 328-344.
Bain, A, William Payne and Jaclyn Isen. 2015. Rendering a Neighbourhood Queer. Social and Cultural Geography 16: 424-443.
Roberts, K. (2016). It takes a rooted village: Networked resistance, connected communities, and adaptive responses to forest tenure reform in northern Thailand. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 9(1), 53-68.
Rosenberg, R (2016) The whiteness of gay urban belonging:criminalizing LGBTQ youth of color in queer spaces of care. Urban Geography, DOI 10.1080/02723638.2016.1239498
Rosenberg, R. D., Oswin, N. (2015). Trans embodiment in carceral space: Hypermasculinity and the U.S. Prison Industrial Complex. Gender, Place & Culture, 22(9), 1269-1286.
(In press) Diepart, Jean-Christophe and Laura Schoenberger. “Concessions in Cambodia: governing profits, extending state power and enclosing resources from the colonial era to the present”, pp. 157-168 in The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia, edited by Katherine Brickell and Simon Springer. London: Routledge.
Stevens, M. (2016) The collapse of social networks among Syrian refugees in urban Jordan, Contemporary Levant, 1:1, 51-63, DOI: 10.1080/20581831.2016.1153358
Youdelis, M (2016) They could take you out for coffee and call it consultation!": The Colonial Antipolitics of Indigenous Consultation in Jasper National Park. Environment and Planning A 48(7): 1374-1392
Merhar, Amelia. http://sketch.ca/youth-moving-forward-moving-home-project/
Payne, William. 2016. There’s only one winner in the ‘war on drugs’, in Canadian Dimension 50(1): 38-39. Book review of Drug War Capitalism by Dawn Paley (AK Press, 2014).
Payne, William. 2015. Review of ‘For Institutional Ethnography: Geographical Approaches to Institutions and the Everyday,’ by Emily Billo and Alison Mountz, in IE Newsletter: Institutional Ethnography Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Vol 12(3): Pp. 2-3.
Payne, William and Paulo Ravecca. 2011. Trade and Investment-Induced Population Displacement in Latin America – Workshop Report. CERLAC Colloquia Paper Series (see: http://www.yorku.ca/cerlac/Payne&Ravecca.pdf).
Payne, William. 2011. Gay Activist Murdered in Mexico. Xtra (Online), June 24
Schoenberger, L. 2015. Grimsditch, Mark and Laura Schoenberger. New Actions and Existing Policies: The Implementation and Impacts of Order 01. Phnom Penh: The NGO Forum of Cambodia: (308 pages).
Wagner, Kyle. February 2016. “Photography: Hmong Village in Lao PDR”. Synergy: The Journal of Contemporary Asian Studies. University of Toronto. http://utsynergyjournal.org/2016/02/27/photography-hmong-village-in-lao-pdr/
Weima, Yolanda. May 2016 Gendered limits to the returnee village programme in Burundi http://www.fmreview.org/sites/fmr/files/FMRdownloads/en/solutions/weima.pdf