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Book forthcoming! But  not until 2018:

Academic Articles:

(2017) ‘Linking race, the value of land and the value of life’ , City, 20 (6) , pp. 1-17.


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:

WEB-St-Katharines-Report_lowres-1(2015) ‘A Tradition of Hospitality and Service: Developing the Role of the Royal Foundation of St Katharine in London’s East End,’ London: The Royal Foundation of St Katharine.


Other writings:

(2017) A Place to Call Home: on Home, Housing and Grenfell. Salvage #5: Contractions, available for preorder.

(2017) Editorial: From Margins to Centres. City 21 (2) 95-103

SalvageVol2Cover(2015) ‘Salvaging Situationism: Race and Space’ Salvage #2: Awaiting the Furies.
On colonialism, culpability and comrades. A dérive in honour of a dérive interrupted.

(2014) PhD Thesis: Segregation in search of ideology? Hegemony and Contestation in the Spatial and Racial Configuration of Los Angeles.

(2013) ‘One hundred and forty characters will not be changing the world’ City 17(5): 657-660

(2012) with Nick Wolff. Special feature editor on the Olympics: ‘Unlinking the Rings: Cities and the Olympic Games’ City, 16(4) through 16(6)

(2012) with Nick Wolff. ‘Games Monitor: Undermining the Hype of the London Olympics’. City 16(4): 468-473

(2010) ‘Bridging theory and practice’, and with Celine Kuklowsky, editor of special feature on Ed Soja: ‘Introduction to Seeking Spatial Justice’. City (14)6

(2010) ‘A Right to the City, a Right to a Home: The Struggle Over Land and Housing in LA’ Critical Cities, Vol 2. London: Myrdle Court Press.

(2009) ‘Driven From Below: A Look at Tenant Organizing and the New Gentrification’. Perspectives Journal.

(2002) with Gilda Hass. ‘Redefining Redevelopment: Participatory Research for Equity in the Los Angeles Figueroa Corridor’. Los Angeles: SAJE.

Book Reviews:

(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







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