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Department of Geography


Publications – Infrastructural Geographies

Recent publications by members of the group are listed here.

You can also browse listings of all recent publications by members of the Department and within each person’s biography page.


  • Barua, M., 2023. Lively Cities Reconfiguring Urban Ecology, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis & London.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. Natura urbana: ecological constellations in urban space, MIT Press. 432pp.
  • Adey, P., Bowstead, J., Brickell, K., Desai, V., Dolton, M., Pinkerton, A. and Siddiqi, A., 2020. The Handbook of Displacement, Palgrave.
  • Gandy, M. and Jasper, S. (eds.), 2020. The Botanical City, jovis, Berlin. 324pp.
  • Gardner, J., Gray, M. and Möser, K., 2020. Debt and Austerity: Implications of the Financial Crisis. p.1-340. doi:10.4337/9781839104350.
  • Jeffrey, A., 2019. The Edge of Law: Legal Geographies of a War Crimes Court, Cambridge University Press.
  • Lemanski, C., 2019. Citizenship and Infrastructure Practices and Identities of Citizens and the State, Routledge Studies in Urbanism and the City. 144pp.
  • Siddiqi, A., 2019. In the Wake of Disaster Islamists, the State and a Social Contract in Pakistan, Cambridge University Press.

Lively Cities Reconfiguring Urban Ecology Natura urbana: ecological constellations in urban space The Handbook of Displacement The Botanical City Debt and Austerity: Implications of the Financial Crisis The Edge of Law: Legal Geographies of a War Crimes Court Citizenship and Infrastructure Practices and Identities of Citizens and the State In the Wake of Disaster Islamists, the State and a Social Contract in Pakistan

Journal articles

Key publications are marked with a star.


  • Acosta, R., Adedeji, J.A., Barua, M., Gandy, M., Gora, L.S. and Schlichting, K.M., 2023. Thinking with Urban Natures. Global Environment, v. 16, p.177-121. doi:10.3197/ge.2023.160202.
  • Barua, M., 2023. On Urban Photography: Infrastructure in a Minor Key. Roadsides, doi:10.26034/roadsides-202301008.
  • Barua, M., 2023. Plantationocene: A Vegetal Geography. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, v. 113, p.13-29. doi:10.1080/24694452.2022.2094326.
  • Barua, M., Ibáñez Martín, R. and Achtnich, M., accepted 2023. Plantationocene. Cultural Anthropology (Fieldsights).
  • Davies, A., Donald, B. and Gray, M., 2023. The power of platforms—precarity and place. Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society, v. 16, p.245-256. doi:10.1093/cjres/rsad011.
  • Gandy, M., 2023. Zoonotic urbanisation: multispecies urbanism and the rescaling of urban epidemiology. Urban Studies, v. 60, p.2529-2549. doi:10.1177/00420980231154802.
  • Gandy, M., 2023. Books under threat: Open access publishing and the neo‐liberal academy. Area, v. 55, p.565-570. doi:10.1111/area.12877.
  • Gandy, M., 2023. The Parking Lots of Tallinn: An Encounter with Marginal Ecologies. Roadsides, v. 10, doi:10.26034/roadsides-202301009.
  • Gray, M., Kitson, M., Lobao, L. and Martin, R., 2023. Understanding the post-COVID state and its geographies. Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society, v. 16, p.1-18. doi:10.1093/cjres/rsad001.
  • Hall, S., 2023. Locating state capitalism: Financial centres and the internationalisation of Chinese banks in London. Environment and Planning A Economy and Space, v. 55, p.1239-1254. doi:10.1177/0308518x221130080.
  • Hall, S., 2023. Anticipating Sino-UK fintech networks and the changing geographies of money as infrastructure. Environment and Planning A Economy and Space, v. 55, p.931-948. doi:10.1177/0308518x221140413.
  • Hall, S. and Heneghan, M., 2023. Interlocking corporate and policy networks in financial services: Paris-London relations post Brexit. ZFW – Advances in Economic Geography, v. 67, p.92-104. doi:10.1515/zfw-2021-0044.
  • Hall, S., Leaver, A., Seabrooke, L. and Tischer, D., 2023. The changing spatial arrangements of global finance: Financial, social and legal infrastructures. Environment and Planning A Economy and Space, v. 55, p.923-930. doi:10.1177/0308518x231159396.
  • Hendrix, C.S., Koubi, V., Selby, J., Siddiqi, A. and von Uexkull, N., 2023. Climate change and conflict. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, v. 4, p.144-148. doi:10.1038/s43017-022-00382-w.
  • Jeffrey, A., 2023. Geopolitics and genocide: The Gambia vs. Myanmar at the International Court of Justice. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, doi:10.1177/23996544231188.
  • Jeffrey, A. and Jones, C., 2023. Space, abandonment, closure, and performance: Writing about the relationship between law and war. Dialogues in Human Geography, v. 13, p.167-171. doi:10.1177/20438206231154341.
  • Lemanski, C., 2023. Broadening the landscape of post-network cities: a call to research the off-grid infrastructure transitions of the non-poor. Landscape Research, v. 48, p.174-186. doi:10.1080/01426397.2021.1972952.
  • Lemanski, C. and Massey, R., 2023. Is the grid people or product? Relational infrastructure networks in Cape Town's energy-housing nexus. Urban Geography, v. 44, p.1305-1329. doi:10.1080/02723638.2022.2092306.
  • Otto, F.E.L., Zachariah, M., Saeed, F., Siddiqi, A., Kamil, S., Mushtaq, H., Arulalan, T., AchutaRao, K., Chaithra, S.T., Barnes, C., Philip, S., Kew, S., Vautard, R., Koren, G., Pinto, I., Wolski, P., Vahlberg, M., Singh, R., Arrighi, J., van Aalst, M., Thalheimer, L., Raju, E., Li, S., Yang, W., Harrington, L.J. and Clarke, B., 2023. Climate change increased extreme monsoon rainfall, flooding highly vulnerable communities in Pakistan. Environmental Research Climate, v. 2, p.025001-. doi:10.1088/2752-5295/acbfd5.
  • Schliehe, A. and Jeffrey, A., 2023. Investigating trial spaces: Thinking through legal spatiality beyond the court. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 48, p.9-22. doi:10.1111/tran.12568.
  • Siddiqi, A., 2023. The Sisyphean cycle of inequitable state production: State, space, and a drainage project in Pakistan. Environment and Planning C Politics and Space, v. 41, p.866-883. doi:10.1177/23996544231163729.
  • Turnbull, J. and Barua, M., 2023. Living waste, living on waste: A bioeconomy of urban cows in Delhi. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 48, p.474-490. doi:10.1111/tran.12573.


  • , 2022. Rethinking the Urban Landscape. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, v. 81, p.268-298. doi:10.1525/jsah.2022.81.3.268.
  • Barford, A. and Gray, M., 2022. The tattered state: Falling through the social safety net. Geoforum, v. 137, p.115-125. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2022.09.020.
  • Barua, M., 2022. Feral ecologies: the making of postcolonial nature in London. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, v. 28, p.896-919. doi:10.1111/1467-9655.13653.
  • Barua, M., 2022. Reconciliation Infrastructures. Roadsides, v. 008, p.36-42. doi:10.26034/roadsides-202200806.
  • Barua, M. and Sinha, A., 2022. Cultivated, feral, wild: the urban as an ecological formation. Urban Geography, p.1-22. doi:10.1080/02723638.2022.2055924.
  • Bastia, T., Hope, J., Jenkins, K., Lemanski, C., Meth, P., Moeller, N. and Williams, G., 2022. Navigating the challenges of fieldwork and childcare: Revisiting ‘muddy glee’. Area, v. 54, p.569-573. doi:10.1111/area.12834.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. Martin V. Melosi. Fresh Kills: A History of Consuming and Discarding in New York City. The American Historical Review, v. 127, p.517-518. doi:10.1093/ahr/rhac053.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. An Arkansas Parable for the Anthropocene. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, v. 112, p.368-386. doi:10.1080/24694452.2021.1935692.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. Urban political ecology: a critical reconfiguration. Progress in Human Geography, v. 46, p.21-43. doi:10.1177/03091325211040553.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. THE ZOONOTIC CITY: Urban Political Ecology and the Pandemic Imaginary. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, v. 46, p.202-219. doi:10.1111/1468-2427.13080.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. Ghosts and monsters: Reconstructing nature on the site of the Berlin Wall. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 47, p.1120-1136. doi:10.1111/tran.12562.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. Chennai flyways: birds, biodiversity, and ecological decay. Environment and Planning E Nature and Space, p.251484862211424-. doi:10.1177/25148486221142491.
  • Lemanski, C., 2022. Infrastructural citizenship: conceiving, producing and disciplining people and place via public housing, from Cape Town to Stoke-on-Trent. Housing Studies, v. 37, p.932-954. doi:10.1080/02673037.2021.1966390.
  • Lemanski, C., 2022. Afterword: Citizenship and the politics of (im)material stigma and infrastructure. Urban Studies, v. 59, p.663-671. doi:10.1177/00420980211055301.
  • Siddiqi, A., 2022. The missing subject: Enabling a postcolonial future for climate conflict research. Geography Compass, v. 16, doi:10.1111/gec3.12622.
  • Siddiqi, A. and Blackburn, S., 2022. Scales of disaster: Intimate social contracts on the margins of the postcolonial state. Critique of Anthropology, v. 42, p.324-340. doi:10.1177/0308275x221120167.


  • Barua, M., 2021. Infrastructure and non-human life: A wider ontology. Progress in Human Geography, v. 45, p.1467-1489. doi:10.1177/0309132521991220.
  • Barua, M., Jadhav, S., Kumar, G., Gupta, U., Justa, P. and Sinha, A., 2021. Mental health ecologies and urban wellbeing. Health & Place, v. 69, p.102577-. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2021.102577.
  • Brickell, K., Jeffrey, A. and McConnell, F., 2021. Practising legal geography. Area, v. 53, p.557-561. doi:10.1111/area.12734.
  • Gandy, M., 2021. Urban political ecology in prospect and retrospect. sub\urban. zeitschrift für kritische stadtforschung, v. 9, p.289-302. doi:10.36900/suburban.v9i3/4.694.
  • Gandy, M., 2021. Film as Method in the Geohumanities. GeoHumanities, v. 7, p.605-624. doi:10.1080/2373566x.2021.1898287.
  • Hall, S. and Wójcik, D., 2021. ‘Ground Zero’ of Brexit: London as an international financial centre. Geoforum, v. 125, p.195-196. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.02.002.
  • Haque, A.N., Lemanski, C. and de Groot, J., 2021. Is (in)access to infrastructure driven by physical delivery or weak governance? Power and knowledge asymmetries in Cape Town, South Africa. Geoforum, v. 126, p.48-58. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2021.07.013.
  • Haque, A.N., Lemanski, C. and de Groot, J., 2021. Why do low-income urban dwellers reject energy technologies? Exploring the socio-cultural acceptance of solar adoption in Mumbai and Cape Town. Energy Research & Social Science, v. 74, p.101954-. doi:10.1016/j.erss.2021.101954.
  • Jackson, T. and Jeffrey, A., 2021. Improvising regions: diplomatic practices between Russia and the Republika Srpska. Territory Politics Governance, v. 9, p.471-491. doi:10.1080/21622671.2019.1688674.
  • Jeffrey, A., 2021. Legal geography III: Evidence. Progress in Human Geography, v. 45, p.902-913. doi:10.1177/0309132520973756.
  • Kadich, D. and Jeffrey, A., 2021. Youth citizenship after Lynn Staeheli. Political Geography, doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2021.102458.
  • Straka, T.M., von der Lippe, M., Voigt, C.C., Gandy, M., Kowarik, I. and Buchholz, S., 2021. Light pollution impairs urban nocturnal pollinators but less so in areas with high tree cover. The Science of The Total Environment, v. 778, p.146244-. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.146244.


  • Barua, M., 2020. Affective economies, pandas, and the atmospheric politics of lively capital. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 45, p.678-692. doi:10.1111/tran.12361.
  • Barua, M., 2020. Virtual Virulence and Metabolic Life. Cultural Anthropology.
  • Barua, M., 2020. Nonhuman life as infrastructure. Society and Space.
  • Clifton, J., Glasmeier, A. and Gray, M., 2020. When machines think for us: the consequences for work and place. Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society, v. 13, p.3-23. doi:10.1093/cjres/rsaa004.
  • De Groot, J. and Lemanski, C., 2020. COVID-19 responses: infrastructure inequality and privileged capacity to transform everyday life in South Africa. Environment and Urbanization, p.095624782097009-095624782097009. doi:10.1177/0956247820970094.
  • Gandy, M., 2020. At a Tangent: Delineating a New Ecological Imaginary. Architectural Design, v. 90, p.106-113. doi:10.1002/ad.2533.
  • Hope, J., Lemanski, C., Bastia, T., Moeller, N., Meth, P. and Williams, G., 2020. Childcare and academia: an intervention. International Development Planning Review, v. 42, p.391-405. doi:10.3828/idpr.2019.40.
  • Jeffrey, A., 2020. Politics, feminist geopolitics and aesthetics. Dialogues in Human Geography, p.204382062096650-204382062096650. doi:10.1177/2043820620966509.
  • Jeffrey, A., 2020. Legal geography II: Bodies and law. Progress in Human Geography, v. 44, p.1004-1016. doi:10.1177/0309132519888681.
  • Lemanski, C., 2020. Infrastructural citizenship: The everyday citizenships of adapting and/or destroying public infrastructure in Cape Town, South Africa. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 45, p.589-605. doi:10.1111/tran.12370.
  • Lemanski, C., 2020. Infrastructural citizenship: (de)constructing state–society relations. International Development Planning Review, v. 42, p.115-125. doi:10.3828/idpr.2019.39.
  • Mercer, C. and Lemanski, C., 2020. The lived experiences of the African middle classes Introduction. Africa, v. 90, p.429-438. doi:10.1017/s0001972020000017.
  • Merino, M.E., Webb, A., Radcliffe, S., Becerra, S. and Gloria Aillañir, C., 2020. Laying claims on the city: young Mapuche ethnic identity and the use of urban space in Santiago, Chile. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, v. 15, p.1-22. doi:10.1080/17442222.2020.1698179.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., 2020. Audacity unchained: decolonizing variegated geographies. A commentary on Yvonne Underhill‐Sem's ‘The audacity of the ocean: Gendered politics of positionality in the Pacific’. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, v. 41, p.329-331. doi:10.1111/sjtg.12338.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., 2020. On decoloniality and geographies. Postcolonial Studies, v. 23, p.584-588. doi:10.1080/13688790.2020.1751425.
  • Radcliffe, S.A. and Radhuber, I.M., 2020. The political geographies of D/decolonization: Variegation and decolonial challenges of /in geography. Political Geography, v. 78, p.102128-. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2019.102128.


  • Barua, M., 2019. Animating capital: Work, commodities, circulation. Progress in Human Geography, v. 43, p.650-669. doi:10.1177/0309132518819057.
  • Barua, M. and Sinha, A., 2019. Animating the urban: an ethological and geographical conversation. Social & Cultural Geography, v. 20, p.1160-1180. doi:10.1080/14649365.2017.1409908.
  • Donald, B. and Gray, M., 2019. The double crisis: in what sense a regional problem?. Regional Studies, v. 53, p.297-308. doi:10.1080/00343404.2018.1490014.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. The fly that tried to save the world: Saproxylic geographies and other‐than‐human ecologies. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, v. 44, p.392-406. doi:10.1111/tran.12281.
  • Grove, K., Krivý, M., Rickards, L., Schliwa, G., Collier, S.J., Cox, S. and Gandy, M., 2019. Interventions on design and political geography 1 1 This collective intervention developed from a panel discussion on “Designing Urban Futures,” convened by Maroš Krivý and Kevin Grove at the 2018 American Association of American Geographers' Annual Meeting in New Orleans. Special thanks to Lauren Rickards for comments on earlier drafts of intervention essays. Political Geography, v. 74, p.102017-. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2019.04.009.
  • Hall, S., 2019. Reframing labour market mobility in global finance: Chinese elites in London’s financial district. Urban Geography, v. 40, p.699-718. doi:10.1080/02723638.2018.1472442.
  • Jeffrey, A., 2019. Legal geography 1: Court materiality. Progress in Human Geography, v. 43, p.565-573. doi:10.1177/0309132517747746.
  • Lorimer, J., Hodgetts, T. and Barua, M., 2019. Animals’ atmospheres. Progress in Human Geography, v. 43, p.26-45. doi:10.1177/0309132517731254.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., 2019. Pachamama, Subaltern Geographies, and Decolonial Projects in Andean Ecuador. SUBALTERN GEOGRAPHIES.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., 2019. Geography and indigeneity III: Co-articulation of colonialism and capitalism in indigeneity’s economies. Progress in Human Geography, doi:10.1177/0309132519827387.
  • Tironi, M., Bacigalupe, G., Knowles, S.G., Dickinson, S., Gil, M., Kelly, S., Ludwig, J., Moesch, J., Molina, F., Palma, K., Siddiqi, A. and Waldmueller, J., 2019. Figuring disasters, an experiment on thinking disruptions as methods. Resilience, v. 7, p.1-20. doi:10.1080/21693293.2019.1567013.


  • Barua, M., 2018. Animal Work: Metabolic, Ecological, Affective. Cultural Anthropology.
  • Barua, M., 2018. Ratzel's biogeography: a more-than-human encounter. Journal of Historical Geography, v. 61, p.102-108. doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2018.05.015.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Cities in deep time: Bio-diversity, metabolic rift, and the urban question. City, v. 22, p.96-105. doi:10.1080/13604813.2018.1434289.
  • Gray, M. and Barford, A., 2018. The depths of the cuts: the uneven geography of local government austerity. Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society, v. 11, p.541-563. doi:10.1093/cjres/rsy019.
  • Gray, M. and Pollard, J., 2018. Flourishing or floundering? Policing the boundaries of economic geography. Environment and Planning A Economy and Space, v. 50, p.1541-1545. doi:10.1177/0308518x18810530.
  • Hall, S., 2018. Regulating the Geographies of Market Making: Offshore Renminbi Markets in London’s International Financial District. Economic Geography, v. 94, p.259-278. doi:10.1080/00130095.2017.1304806.
  • Jeffrey, A., Staeheli, L. and Marshall, D.J., 2018. Rethinking the spaces of civil society. Political Geography, v. 67, p.111-114. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2018.10.004.
  • Jeffrey, A., Staeheli, L.A., Buire, C. and Čelebičić, V., 2018. Drinking coffee, rehearsing civility, making subjects. Political Geography, v. 67, p.125-134. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2017.09.013.
  • Lobao, L., Gray, M., Cox, K. and Kitson, M., 2018. The shrinking state? Understanding the assault on the public sector. Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society, v. 11, p.389-408. doi:10.1093/cjres/rsy026.
  • Nochta, T., Wan, L., Schooling, J.M., Lemanski, C., Parlikad, A.K. and Jin, Y., 2018. Digitalisation for Smarter Cities – Moving from a Static to a Dynamic View. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Smart Infrastructure and Construction, v. 171, p.1-14. doi:10.1680/jsmic.19.00001.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., 2018. Author's response: Situating difference, boundary work and de-colonial perspectives. Progress in Human Geography, v. 42, p.638-640. doi:10.1177/0309132517691629c.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., 2018. Geography and indigeneity II: Critical geographies of indigenous bodily politics. Progress in Human Geography, v. 42, p.436-445. doi:10.1177/0309132517691631.
  • RADCLIFFE, S.A., 2018. Tackling Complex Inequalities and Ecuador's Buen Vivir: Leaving No‐one Behind and Equality in Diversity. Bulletin of Latin American Research, v. 37, p.417-433. doi:10.1111/blar.12706.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., Daley, P., Inwood, J., Sidaway, J. and Samatar, A.I., 2018. Africa's first democrats: Somalia's Aden A. Osman and Abdirazak H. Hussen. POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY, v. 67, p.187-194. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2018.05.001.
  • Siddiqi, A., 2018. ‘Disaster citizenship’: an emerging framework for understanding the depth of digital citizenship in Pakistan. Contemporary South Asia, v. 26, p.157-174. doi:10.1080/09584935.2017.1407294.
  • Siddiqi, A., 2018. Disasters in conflict areas: finding the politics. Disasters, v. 42, p.s161-s172. doi:10.1111/disa.12302.
  • Siddiqi, A. and Canuday, J.J.P., 2018. Stories from the frontlines: decolonising social contracts for disasters. Disasters, v. 42, p.s215-s238. doi:10.1111/disa.12308.
  • Töpfer, L.-.M. and Hall, S., 2018. London’s rise as an offshore RMB financial centre: state–finance relations and selective institutional adaptation. Regional Studies, v. 52, p.1053-1064. doi:10.1080/00343404.2016.1275538.

Book chapters

  • Gandy, M., 2023. Urban political ecology versus ecological urbanism, in TURNING UP THE HEAT. p.56-66.
  • Gandy, M., 2022. Red ecologies: an encounter with the post-industrial landscapes of Esch-sur-Alzette, in Swinnen, P., Peleman, D., Heindrichs, N. and Van Houtte Alonso, B. (eds.) Red Luxembourg, Walther und Franz König. p.147-175.
  • Gray, M. and Gardner, J., 2022. Regulation of Abusive Informal Debt Collection Practices: The UK Debt Collection Industry - Why Regulation isn't enough, in Regulation of Debt Collection in Europe Understanding Informal Debt Collection Practices, Routledge. art. 10.
  • Radcliffe, S.A., 2022. Excerpt from "Why decolonize geography?", in Decolonizing Geography: An Introduction, Polity Press. doi:10.17863/CAM.89458.
  • Siddiqi, A., 2022. Disaster Studies and its discontents: the postcolonial state in hazard risk creation, in Why Vulnerability Still Matters The Politics of Disaster Risk Creation, Routledge. doi:10.17863/CAM.101884.
  • Gandy, M., 2020. Urban nature, in The SAGE Handbook of Historical Geography, SAGE.
  • Gray, M., 2020. Debt begets debt: public and private debt in austerity Britain, in Debt and Austerity, Edward Elgar Publishing. doi:10.4337/9781839104350.00012.
  • Gray, M., Möser, K. and Gardner, J., 2020. Understanding low-income debt in a high-income country, in Debt and Austerity, Edward Elgar Publishing. doi:10.4337/9781839104350.00010.
  • Jeffrey, A., 2020. Cultural geographies of the state and nation, in Handbook on the Changing Geographies of the State New Spaces of Geopolitics, Edward Elgar Publishing. art. 3.
  • Lemanski, C., 2020. Urbanism, Comparative, in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Elsevier. p.131-134. doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-102295-5.10245-8.
  • Strong, S., 2020. Austere social reproduction and the gendered geographies of debt, in Gardner, J., Gray, M. and Moser, K. (eds.) Debt and Austerity: Implications of the Financial Crisis, Edward Elgar Publishing. art. 7, p.151-173. doi:10.4337/9781839104350.
  • van Rooyen, J. and Lemanski, C., 2020. Urban segregation in South Africa: The evolution of exclusion in Cape Town, in Handbook of Urban Segregation. p.19-35.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. An excursion through fallow lands, Harvard University Graduate School of Design & Actar Publishers.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. Queering the transect, in The Botanical City, Jovis Verlag.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. What is an urban landscape, in Urban landscapes in high-density cities, Routledge.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. Interview with Matthew Gandy, Professor of Cultural and Historical Geography, University of Cambridge Afterword, in WATER, CREATIVITY AND MEANING: MULTIDISCIPLINARY UNDERSTANDINGS OF HUMAN-WATER RELATIONSHIPS. p.258-261.
  • Gandy, M., 2019. Foreword: What Is an Urban Landscape?, in URBAN LANDSCAPES IN HIGH-DENSITY CITIES: PARKS, STREETSCAPES, ECOSYSTEMS. p.8-+.
  • Gandy, M. and Jasper, S., 2019. Introduction, in The Botanical City, Jovis Verlag.
  • Lemanski, C., 2019. Infrastructures of citizenship Conclusion, in CITIZENSHIP AND INFRASTRUCTURE. p.123-125.
  • Lemanski, C., 2019. The infrastructure of citizenship Introduction, in CITIZENSHIP AND INFRASTRUCTURE. p.1-7.
  • Lemanski, C., 2019. Infrastructural citizenship Spaces of living in Cape Town, South Africa, in CITIZENSHIP AND INFRASTRUCTURE. p.8-21.
  • , 2018. The Routledge Handbook on Spaces of Urban Politics. doi:10.4324/9781315712468.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Enlarging the orchestra: expertise and landscape design, in Companion to landscape architecture, Routledge.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Marginalia: Ästhetik, Ökologie und städtisches Brachland, in NaturenKulturen: Denkräume und Werkzeuge für neue politische Ökologien, Bielefeld.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Afterword: Interview with Matthew Gandy, Professor of Cultural and Historical Geography, University of Cambridge, in Water, Creativity and Meaning: Multidisciplinary understandings of human-water relationships. p.258-261.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Urban nature and ecological imaginary, in Lindner, C. and Meissner, M. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Urban Imaginaries, Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315163956.
  • Gandy, M. and Steiner, H., 2018. Enlarging the urban orchestra, in Routledge Research Companion to Landscape Architecture, Taylor & Francis. p.184-192. doi:10.4324/9781315613116-18.
  • Lindner, C., 2018. The Routledge Companion to Urban Imaginaries. doi:10.4324/9781315163956.
  • RADCLIFFE, S.A., 2018. Introduction, Wiley. v. 37, p.401-402. doi:10.1111/blar.12779.

Excerpt from "Why decolonize geography?"

Internet publications

  • Barua, M., 2023. Plantationocene, Theorizing the Contemporary, Fieldsights (24th January 2023).

Other publications

  • Gandy, M., 2020. Berlin bodies: Anatomizing the streets of the city, by Stephen Barber. Journal of Urban Affairs, v. 42, p.285-286. doi:10.1080/07352166.2019.1614403.
  • Gandy, M., 2020. The wealth of wastelands: interview with Lee Gillette. Louvrain(s), v. 22, p.6-7.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Liquid constellations: a conversation between Matthew Gandy, Anna Ptak, Małgorzata Kuciewicz, and Simone De lacobis’. p.87-99.
  • Gandy, M., 2018. Natura Urbana. Scroope, v. 27, p.61-64.

Working papers

  • Siddiqi, A. and Peters, K., 2019. Disaster risk reduction in contexts of fragility and armed conflict: a review of emerging evidence challenges assumptions. art.
  • Siddiqi, A., Peters, K. and Zulver, J., 2019. ‘Doble afectación’: living with disasters and conflict in Colombia. doi:10.17863/CAM.50182.