(2018) ‘The Five Refusals of White Supremacy’ The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 77(3-4), pp. 729-755.
(2012) with Nick Wolff. ‘Games Monitor: Undermining the Hype of the London Olympics’. City 16(4): 468-473
(in press) ‘Emergent Imaginaries: Place, Struggle and Survival’ in Routledge Companion to Urban Imaginaries edited by Miriam Meissner and Cristoph Lindner.
(2010) A Right to the City, a Right to a Home: The Struggle Over Land and Housing in LA, in Naik, D. and Oldfield, T. (eds) Critical Cities, Vol 2. London: Myrdle Court Press.
Ahmed, A., M. Wilding, A. Gibbons, K. Jones, M. Rogers, I. Madoc Jones (2018) Post-implementation evaluation of Part 2 of the Housing Act (Wales) 2014: Final Report. Cardiff: Welsh Government, GSR report number 46/2018.
Ahmed, A., M. Wilding, A. Gibbons, K. Jones, M. Rogers, I. Madoc Jones (2017) Post – implementation evaluation of the homelessness legislation (Part 2 of the Housing Act (Wales) 2014) Interim Report. Cardiff: Welsh Government, GSR report number 46/2017. Available at: http://gov.wales/statistics-and-research/evaluation-homelessness-legislation/?lang=en
Gibbons, A., Haas, G. (2002) ‘Redefining Redevelopment: Participatory Research for Equity in the Los Angeles Figueroa Corridor’. Los Angeles: SAJE.
(2017) A Place to Call Home: on Home, Housing and Grenfell (expanded from online version found in Verso’s Right to the City report). Salvage #5: Contractions.
(2017) Editorial: From Margins to Centres. City 21 (2) 95-103
(2015) ‘Salvaging Situationism: Race and Space’ Salvage #2: Awaiting the Furies.
On colonialism, culpability and comrades. A dérive in honour of a dérive interrupted.
(2013) ‘One hundred and forty characters will not be changing the world’ City 17(5): 657-660
(2010) ‘Bridging theory and practice’. City (14) 6
(2009) ‘Driven From Below: A Look at Tenant Organizing and the New Gentrification’. Perspectives Journal.
(2017) on Betsy Kalin’s film East LA Interchange. Antipode.
(2017) Give Them Dignity: A Review of I, Daniel Blake. Urbanisation
(2017) It matters who is walking: Exploring quotidian mobilities in cities. City 21 (2) 245-248
(2013) ‘Liberatory Struggles for Housing’ book review, City 17(5) 699-702