J D Oldfield and D J B Shaw (2016) The Development of Russian Environmental Thought: Scientific and Geographical Perspectives on the Natural Environment, Routledge, London
D J B Shaw (2015) ‘Mastering Nature through Science: Soviet Geographers and the Great Stalin Plan for the Transformation of Nature, 1948-53’, Slavonic and East European Review 93 no 1, 120-146.
D J B Shaw and J D Oldfield (2015) ‘Soviet Geographers and the Great Patriotic War, 1941-1945: Lev Berg and Andrei Grigor’ev,’ Journal of Historical Geography 47, January, 40-49
J D Oldfield and D J B Shaw (2015) ‘A Russian Geographical Tradition? The Contested Canon of Russian and Soviet Geography, 1884-1953’, Journal of Historical Geography 49, July, 75-84.
J D Oldfield, J Lajus and D J B Shaw (2015) ‘Conceptualizing and Utilizing the Natural Environment: Critical Reflections from Imperial and Soviet Russia’, Slavonic and East European Review 93 no 1, 1-15.
J D Oldfield and D J B Shaw, (2013), ‘V I Vernadsky and the Development of Biogeochemical Understandings of the Biosphere, c1880s-1968’, British Journal for the History of Science 46 no 2, 287-310.
D J B Shaw, 2010, ‘Some Eighteenth-Century Russian Perceptions of the Living Environment’, Studies in the History of Biology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg, 2 no 4, 35-50
D J B Shaw and J D Oldfield, 2008, Totalitarianism and Geography: L S Berg and the Defence of an Academic Discipline in the Age of Stalin, Political Geography 27, 1, 96-112
D J B Shaw and J D Oldfield, 2008, Scientific, Institutional and Personal Rivalries among Soviet Geographers in the Late Stalin Era, Europe-Asia Studies 60, 8, 1397-1418.
D J B Shaw, 2007, Bernhard Varenius’ Geographia Generalis and the Rise of Modern Geographical Studies in Russia. In Margret Schuchard (Ed), Bernhard Varenius, 1622-1650, Brill, Leiden, 271-287.
D J B Shaw and J.D Oldfield, 2007, Landscape Science: a Russian Geographical Tradition, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 97, 111-126
J D Oldfield and D J B Shaw, 2006, ‘Russian Concepts of Sustainable Development: V I Vernadsky and the Noosphere concept. Geoforum 37, 145-154
D J B Shaw, 2006, ‘Russia’s Geographical Environment’ in M P Perrie Ed, The Cambridge History of Russia, vol 1. From Early Rus to 1689. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 19-43
D J B Shaw, 2006, ‘Towns and Commerce in the Sixteenth Century’, in M P Perrie, Ed, The Cambridge History of Russia, vol 1. From Early Rus to 1689. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 298-316.
D J B Shaw 2006, ‘Urban Developments in the Seventeenth Century’, in M P Perrie, Ed. The Cambridge History of Russia, vol 1. From Early Rus to 1689. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 579-599.
D J B Shaw, 2005 Mapmaking, science and state building in Russia before Peter the Great’, Journal of Historical Geography 31 no 3, 409-429
J D Oldfield, A Kouzmina and D J B Shaw (2003) ‘Russia’s Involvement in the International Environmental Process: a Research Report’, Eurasian Geography and Economics 44 no 2, 157-168.
J D Oldfield and D J B Shaw (2002) ‘Revisiting Sustainable Development: Russian Cultural and Scientific Traditions and the Concept of Sustainable Development’, Area 34 no 4, 391-400.