Sharp, E. L., Petersen, I., Mclellan, G., Cavadino, A., & Lewis, N. (2022). Diverse values of surplus for a community economy of fish (eries). Asia Pacific Viewpoint63(1), 53-65.

Isley, C. F., Fry, K. L., Sharp, E. L., & Taylor, M. P. (2022). Bringing citizen science to life: Evaluation of a national citizen science program for public benefit. Environmental Science & Policy134, 23-33.

Sharp, E. L., Brierley, G. J., Salmond, J., & Lewis, N. (2022). Geoethical futures: A call for more-than-human physical geography. Environment and Planning F. 1(1), 68-81.

Rosenman, E., Cohen, D., Baker, T., & Arapko, K. (2022). Promises and Profit in “Debt-Free” Higher Education: The Geographies of Income Share Agreements in the United States. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-19.

Lindsay, N., Baker, T., & Calder-Dawe, O. (2022). Mental coaching through crisis: digital technologies and psychological governance during COVID-19.Critical Public Health, 32(1), 104-115.


Stevens, E. G., Baker, T., & Lewis, N. (2021). Dealing with sentient surplus: A moral economy of greyhound rehoming. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 251484862110548.

Lewis, N., & Morgan, J. (2021). Trouble with social cohesion: The geographies and politics of COVID‐19 in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer77(3), 170-173.
Neuwelt-Kearns, C., Baker, T., Calder-Dawe, O., Bartos, A. E., & Wardell, S. (2021). Getting the crowd to care: Marketing illness through health-related crowdfunding in Aotearoa New Zealand. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 0308518X2110095.

Smith, M., Calder-Dawe, O., Carroll, P., Kayes, N., Kearns, R., (Judy) Lin, E.-Y., & Witten, K. (2021). Mobility barriers and enablers and their implications for the wellbeing of disabled children and young people in Aotearoa New Zealand: A cross-sectional qualitative study. Wellbeing, Space and Society, 100028.

Wheaton, B., Waiti, J. T. A., Olive, R., & Kearns, R. (2021). Coastal Communities, Leisure and Wellbeing: Advancing a Trans-Disciplinary Agenda for Understanding Ocean-Human Relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(2), 450.

Tadaki, M., Sinner, J., Šunde, C., Giorgetti, A., Glavovic, B., Awatere, S., Lewis, N., & Stephenson, J. (2021). Four propositions about how valuation intervenes in local environmental politics. People and Nature, 3(1), 190–203.


Murphy, L. (2020). Neoliberal social housing policies, market logics and social rented housing reforms in New Zealand. International Journal of Housing Policy, 20(2), 229–251.

Baker, T., McCann, E., & Temenos, C. (2020). Into the ordinary: Non-elite actors and the mobility of harm reduction policies. Policy and Society, 39(1), 129–145.

Sharp, E. L. (2020). Free Fish Heads: A Case Study of Knowing and Practicing Seafood Differently. In E. Probyn, K. Johnston, N. Lee (Eds.) Sustaining Seas Oceanic Space and the Politics of Care (pp. 125-138). London: Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd. 

Jones, R., Baker, T., Huet, K., Murphy, L., & Lewis, N. (2020). Treating ecological deficit with debt: The practical and political concerns with green bonds. Geoforum, 114, 49–58.

Sharp, E. L. (2019). Editorial: The role of reflexivity in care-full food systems transformations. Policy Futures in Education, 17(7), 761–769.

Morgan, J., & Lewis, N. (2020). We are here: New Zealand at the turning point again. New Zealand Sociology, 35(2), 143-163.

Opit, S., Witten, K., & Kearns, R. (2020). Housing pathways, aspirations and preferences of young adults within increasing urban density. Housing Studies, 35(1), 123–142.

Baker, T., & McCann, E. (2020). Beyond failure: The generative effects of unsuccessful proposals for Supervised Drug Consumption Sites (SCS) in Melbourne, Australia. Urban Geography, 41(9), 1179–1197.
Witten, K., Kearns, R., Opit, S., & Fergusson, E. (2020). Facebook as soft infrastructure: Producing and performing community in a mixed tenure housing development. Housing Studies, 1–19.

Murphy, L. (2020). Performing calculative practices: Residual valuation, the residential development process and affordable housing. Housing Studies, 35(9), 1501–1517.

Neuwelt-Kearns, C., Baker, T., & Calder-Dawe, O. (2020). Informal governance and the spatial management of street-based sex work in Aotearoa New Zealand. Political Geography, 79, 102154.

Sharp, E. L. (2020). Care-fully enacting diverse foodworlds in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. Gender, Place & Culture, 27(8), 1214–1218.

Trowsdale, S., Boyle, K., & Baker, T. (2020). Politics, water management and infrastructure. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 378(2168), 20190208.


Sharp, E. L. (2019). Fields of Care: (Auto)ethnography of the Politics of Pregnancy and Foodwork in Aotearoa New Zealand. In J. L. Johnson, K. Johnston (Eds.) Maternal Geographies: Mothering In and Out of Place. Ontario: Demeter Press.

Kearns, R. A., & Lewis, N. (2019). City renaming as brand promotion: Exploring neoliberal projects and community resistance in New Zealand. Urban Geography, 40(6), 870–887.

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