Alexandra Crosby, Kuala Lumpur, 2012

2014

Lea, T. (2014) Darwin, Southbooks (forthcoming https://www.newsouthbooks.com.au/books/darwin/ )

Iveson, K. (2014) ‘Building a City for "the People": The Politics of Alliance-Building in the Sydney Green Ban Movement’, in Special Issue - Grammars of Urban Justice, Antipode (early on-line available now).

Davidon, M. and Iveson, K. (2014) ‘Occupations, Mediations, Subjectifications: Fabricating Politics’, in Special Issue - Jacques Rancière, Space and Polity (early on-line available now).

Iveson, K. (2014) ‘The Spatial Politics of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Canberra’, in Foley, G., Schaap, A. and Howell, E. (eds) The Aboriginal Tent Embassy: Sovereignty, Black Power, Land Rights and the State, Routledge.

2013

Iveson, K. (2013) ‘Policing the City’ in Davidson, M. and Martin, D. (Eds) Urban Politics: Critical Approaches, Sage.

Allon, F. (2013) ‘Ghosts of the Open City, Space and Culture, 16(3).

Allon, F. (2013) ‘Litter and Monuments: Rights to the city in Berlin and Sydney’, Space and Culture, 16(3): 1-9.

Allon, F. (2013) ‘At Home in the Suburbs: Domesticity, Nostalgia and Nation in Postwar Australia’, History Australia. Special Issue on The Idea of Home. (forthcoming)

Boucher, A & Carney, T (2013), “Social Security for Migrant Workers and Their Families in Australia: More Australian Exceptionalism?” In (2013) Social Security and Migrant Workers, Arellano, P, Vonk, G. and Olivier, M. (eds) Kluwer, Amsterdam, (in press).

Boucher, A, (2013), "Bureaucratic control and policy change: A comparative venue shopping approach to skilled immigration policies in Australia and Canada", Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis.

Bugg, L. (2013) Citizenship and belonging in the rural fringe: a case study of a Hindu temple in Sydney, Australia’, Antipode (forthcoming July, available online Early View http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/anti.12007/abstract)

Bugg, L. (2013) "Collaborative planning in a complex local context: The case of an Islamic school in Sydney, Australia", Journal of Planning Education and Research 33 (2): 204-14.

Iveson, K. (2013) 'Cities within the city: do it yourself urbanism and the right to the city', in International Journal of Urban Research, 37(3): 941-956.

Gurran, N. (2013) 'Affordable Housing: A Dilemma for Metropolitan Planning?', in Virtual Special Issue - Planning, housing supply and affordability: Urban Policy and Research. Available Online

Stickells, L. (2013) “Swiss Cheese and Beanbags: Producing Interior Urbanism”, in Graeme Brooker and Lois Weinthal (Eds), The Handbook of Interior Architecture and Design (London, Berg Publishers: 2013) [accepted 22.11.2010; in press]

2012

Allon, F. (2012) ‘Home as Investment’, in Susan J. Smith (ed) The International Encyclopaedia of Home and Housing, Elsevier.

Bugg, L. (2012) Religion on the fringe: the representation of space and minority religious facilities in the rural-urban fringe of metropolitan Sydney, Australia’, Australian Geographer 43 (3): 273-289.

Iveson, K. (2012) “Branded cities: outdoor advertising, urban governance, and the outdoor media landscape”, in Antipode, 44(1): 151-174.

Fincher, R. and Iveson, K. (2012) “Justice and Injustice in the City”, Geographical Research, forthcoming.

Gurran, N., Norman, B., Hamin, E. (2013). Climate change adaptation in coastal Australia: an audit of planning practice. Ocean and Coastal Management.

Haeusler, M.H., Tomitsch, M., and Tscherteu, G. (2012). "New Media Facades: A Global Survey. " Avedition, Germany, ISBN 978-3899861709.

Hespanhol, L. and Tomitsch, M. (2012). “Designing for Collective Participation with Media Installations in Public Spaces.” In Proceedings of the Media Architecture Biennale conference (MAB'12), ACM Press, Aarhus (Denmark), November 2012.

Hespanhol, L., Tomitsch, M., Grace, K., Collins, A., and Kay, J. (2012). “Investigating intuitiveness and effectiveness of gestures for free spatial interaction with large displays.” In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis'12), ACM Press, Porto (Portugal), June 2012.

Boucher, A & Carney, T (2013), “Social Security for Migrant Workers and Their Families in Australia: More Australian Exceptionalism?” In (2013) Social Security and Migrant Workers, Arellano, P, Vonk, G. and Olivier, M. (eds) Kluwer, Amsterdam, (in press).

Jones, P. (2012) Searching for a little bit of Utopia - understanding the growth of squatter and informal settlements in Pacific towns and cities. Australian Planner, 49: 4, pp 327-328.

Jones, P. (2012) Better Managing the Performance and Condition of Pacific Towns and Cities - the Case for Pacific Urbanisation Development Goals and Indicators. National Research Institute (NRI) of Papua New Guinea. Special Publication No. 66

Jones, P. (2012) Managing Urbanisation in Papua New Guinea: Planning for Planning’s Sake? Working Paper No. 33, Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University, Geelong. August.

Jones, P. (2012) Pacific Urbanisation and the Rise of Informal Settlements: Trends and Implications from Port Moresby. Urban Policy and Research, Vol.30, No.2, pp. 145-160.

Jones, P. (2012) The Challenges of Implementing Millennium Development Goal Target 7D in Pacific Island Towns and Cities, Asia-Pacific Development Journal, Vol.19, No.1. June, pp. 139-162.

Boucher, A, (2013), "Bureaucratic control and policy change: A comparative venue shopping approach to skilled immigration policies in Australia and Canada", Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis.

Stickells, L., Warren, S. (2012). An Agonistic Vocabulary - A Litany of Engagement. In Sophie Warren and Jonathan Mosley (Eds.), Beyond Utopia, (pp. 109-112). Berlin: Errant Bodies Press.

Stickells, L. (2012). Thinking the Break - texts, tactics and critical architecture in Beyond Utopia. In Sophie Warren and Jonathan Mosley (Eds.), Beyond Utopia, (pp. 82-87). Berlin: Errant Bodies Press.

Dong, A., Sarkar, S., Nichols, C., and Kvan, T., 2012, The capability approach as a framework for the assessment of policies toward civic engagement in design, Design Studies, available online 7 Nov 2012, in press.

2011

Allon, F. (2011) ‘Space, Place and Identity’, in Bruce Cohen (ed), Being Cultural. London & New York: Ashgate.

Barker, T., Gardner, N., Haeusler, M.H., and Tomitsch, M. (2011). “Last Train to Trancentral - From Infrastructure to 'Info'structure, a case study of embedding digital technology into existing public transport infrastructures.” Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA '11), 10 pages.

Barker, T., Gardner, N., Haeusler, H., and Tomitsch, M. (2011). "Infostructures – Embedding Media Facades in Public Transport." CHI 2011 Workshop on Large Urban Displays in Public Life, May 2011, Vancouver, Canada, 4 pages.

Bugg, L. and Gurran, N. (2011) ‘Urban Planning Process and Discourses in the Refusal of Islamic Schools in Sydney, Australia’, Australian Planner 48(4).

Chahine, T. and Tomitsch, M. (2011). “Designing Mobile Personal Informatics Applications for Urban Settings.” Digital Cities 7, International Workshop at C&T 2011, Brisbane, Australia.

Fincher, R. and Iveson, K. (2011) “Conceptualizing Diversity in the City”, in Fainstein, S. and Campbell, S. (eds) Readings in Urban Theory, 3rd Edition, Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell.

Gurran, N. (2011). Australian urban land use planning - Principles, systems and practice. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.

Hespanhol, L., Sogono, M.C., Wu, G., Saunders, R., and Tomitsch, M. (2011). “Elastic experiences: designing adaptive interaction for individuals and crowds in the public space.” In Proceedings of the 23rd Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI '11). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 148-151.

Iveson, K. (2011) “Mobile Media and the Strategies of Urban Citizenship: Control, Responsibilization, Politicization” in Marcus Foth, Laura Forlano, Christine Satchell and Martin Gibbs (eds) From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen: Urban Informatics, Social Media, Ubiquitous Computing, and Mobile Technology to Support Citizen Engagement,Cambridge, MIT Press

Iveson, K. and Fincher, R. (2011) “Just Diversity in the City of Difference”, in Bridge, G. and Watson, S. (eds) The New Blackwell Companion to the City,Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell.

Iveson, K. and Fincher, R. (2011) “Just Diversity in the City of Difference”, in Bridge, G. and Watson, S. (eds) The New Blackwell Companion to the City,Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell.

Iveson, K. (2011) "Social or spatial justice? Marcuse and Soja on the right to the city", in City 15(2): 250-259.

Jones, P. (2011) Urban Poverty in Pacific Towns and Cities and the Impacts from the Global Financial Crisis - Insights from Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Australian Planner, Vol. 48, No. 3. pp. 213-226.

Jones, P. (2011) The Meaning of Urbanisation in the Pacific Islands Context. The Development Bulletin. Development Studies Network, Australian National University, No. 74. June. pp. 93-97.

Stickells, L. (2011) “The Right to the City: Rethinking Architecture’s Social Significance” (editorial), Architectural Theory Review, Vol.16, No.3 2011

Stickells, L. (2011) “The Utopian Archipelago”, in Zanny Begg and Lee Stickells (Eds), The Right to the City (Sydney, Tin Sheds Gallery)

Tscherteu, G. and Tomitsch, M. (2011). "Designing Urban Media Environments as Cultural Spaces." CHI 2011 Workshop on Large Urban Displays in Public Life, May 2011, Vancouver, Canada, 4 pages.

Vande Moere, A., Tomitsch, M., Hoinkis, M., Johansen, S., and Trefz, E. (2011). "Comparative Feedback in the Street: Exposing Residential Energy Consumption on House Façades." Proceedings of 13th IFIP TC13 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT ’11), Volume Part I, Springer, 470-488.

2010

Allon, F. (2010) ‘Ethical Consumption Begins at Home: Green Renovations, Eco-Homes and Sustainable Home Improvement, in Tania Lewis and Emily Potter (eds), Ethical Consumption: An Introduction, London & New York: Routledge.

Gardner, N., Haeusler M.H., and Tomitsch, M. (2010). "Infostructure: A Transport Research Project." Freerange Press, Christchurch, ISBN 978-0-9808689-0-6.

Shaw, B., Stickells, L. (2010). Things That Go Bump in the Night - What Price to Save Perth's Heritage? In I Alexander, S Greive, D Hedgcock (Eds.), Planning Perspectives From Western Australia: A Reader in Theory and Practice, (pp. 354-366). North Fremantle: Fremantle Press.

Stickells, L. (2010) “Instant Urbanism: Just Add Water”, Architecture Australia, May/June 2010

Stickells, L. (2010) “The Inexact Science of City Building”, Monument, No. 100 December/January 2010