(forthcoming 2023) Noxolo, P., Rhiney, K., and Cummings, R. (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Caribbean Studies. London: Routledge
(2023) Placing and dis/placing the port: towards a critical literary geography of the Caribbean port, in Mohabir, N. and Didur, J. (eds.) Post/Colonial Port Cities. London: Routledge
(2022) Geographies of race and ethnicity 1: Black Geographies, in Progress in Human Geography, 46, 5, pp. 1232-1240
(2022) Noxolo, P, Patten, H and Stanley Niaah, S. (eds.) Dancehall In/securities: Perspectives on Caribbean Expressive Life. London: Routledge (includes a co-authored introduction and a single-authored chapter)
(2020) Editor of a special intervention forum for Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (45, 3), including authorship of ‘Introduction: Towards a Black British Geography?’
(2020) I am becoming my mother: (post)diaspora, local entanglements and entangled locals, in African and Black Diaspora: an International Journal, 13, 2, pp. 134-146
(2018) Editor of a special issue on Caribbean In/securities, in Small Axe (22, 3), including authorship of ‘Caribbean In/securities: an introduction’
(2018). Writing: an afterword in Wilson, H. and Darling, J. (eds.) Research Ethics for Human Geography. Sage.
(2018) Flat Out! Dancing the city at a time of austerity, in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 36, 5, pp. 797-811
(2017) Edited a special section of Area, on decolonising geographical knowledge, including authorship of ‘Introduction: Decolonising geographical knowledge in a colonised and re-colonising postcolonial world’, 49, 3, pp. 317-9
(2017) Decolonial theory in a time of the re-colonisation of UK research, in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 42, pp. 342-4
(2017) In/security: global geographies of a troubled everyday, in Geography Journal, 102, 1, pp. 5-9
(2016) Locating Caribbean Studies in unending conversation, in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 34, 5: 830-835
(2016) Provocations beyond one’s own presence: towards cultural geographies of development? Social & Cultural Geography, 6: 773-777
(2016) A shape which represents an eternity of riddles: fractals and scale in the work of Wilson Harris, in Cultural Geographies 23, 3: 373-385
(2016) Postcolonial approaches to development, in Grugel, J., and Hammett, D. (eds) Palgrave Handbook of International Development, Palgrave
(2015) Moving Maps: African-Caribbean Dance as Embodied Mapping. PocoPages Diasporas and Cultures of Mobilities, Vol 2 Diaspora, Memory and Intimacy edited by Sarah Barbour, Thomas Lacroix, David Howard et Judith Misrahi-Barak, series PoCoPages, Coll. "Horizons anglophones" (Montpellier : Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée).
(2015) (with Madge, C. and Raghuram, P.) Conceptualizing international education, in Progress in Human Geography, 39, 6: 681-701
(2014) (with Featherstone, D.) Commentary: Co-producing Caribbean Geographies of In/security. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 39: 603–7
(2014) (with Raghuram, P. and Madge, C.) Rising Asia and Postcolonial Geography. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 35:119-135
(2014) Towards an embodied securityscape: Brian Chikwava’s ‘Harare North’ and the asylum seeking body as site of articulation. Social and Cultural Geography.15: 291-312
(2013) (with Preziuso, M) Postcolonial Imaginations: Approaching a “Fictionable” World Through the Novels of Maryse Condé and Wilson Harris. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 103: 163-179
(2012) (with Preziuso, M) Moving matter: language in Caribbean literature as translation between dynamic forms of matter. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. 14: 120-135
(2012) (with Raghuram P., and Madge, C) Unsettling responsibility: postcolonial interventions. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 37: 418-429
(2012) One world, big society: a discursive analysis of the Conservative Green Paper on International Development. Geographical Journal.178. 31-41
(2011) Postcolonial economies of development volunteering. McEwan, C., Hughes, A., and Pollard, J. (eds) Postcolonial Economies. Zed. pp. 205-229.
(2009) (with Huysmans, J.) Co-edited Community, Citizenship, and the ‘War on Terror’: Security and insecurity. Palgrave, including co-authorship of ‘Introduction: The politicisation of community, citizenship and identity’, and single authorship of ‘An ‘ordinary’ couple. Samantha Lewthwaite, Jermaine Lindsay, and the “securitisation” of community’
(2009) (with Raghuram, P. and Madge, C.) Co-edited a special issue of Geoforum, on responsibility and care in a postcolonial world, including single authorship of ‘My paper, my paper: reflections on the embodied production of postcolonial geographical responsibility in academic writing’; and co-authorship of ‘Engaged pedagogy and responsibility: a postcolonial analysis of international students’; and ‘Rethinking responsibility and care for a postcolonial world’.
(2009) Negotiating security: governmentality and asylum/immigration NGOs in the UK. Dodds, K. and Ingram, A. (eds.) Spaces of Security and Insecurity: Geographies of the War on Terror. Ashgate. Pp. 131-147.
(2009) Freedom, fear, and NGOs: balancing discourses of violence and humanity in securitising times. Duffield, M. and Hewitt, V. (eds.) Empire, Development and Colonialism: the Past in the Present. James Currey. Pp. 130-146.
(2008) (with Raghuram, P. and Madge, C.) ‘Geography is pregnant’ and ‘Geography’s milk is flowing’: metaphors for a postcolonial discipline? Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 26: 146-168
(2006) Claims: a postcolonial geographical critique of partnership in development discourse. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. 27: 254-269
(2006) Race, place and the marketing of British rurality. Journal of Rural Enterprise and Management. 2: 63-75
(2004) Balancing Acts? Empire, Race and Blairite Discourses of Development. Johnson, R. and Steinberg, D.L. (eds.) Blairism and the War of Persuasion: Labour’s Passive Revolution: The Culture and Politics of Blairism. Lawrence and Wishart.
(2004) (with Madge, C, and Raghuram, P) Bodily Contours: Geography, Metaphor and Pregnancy. Women and Geography Study Group (eds.) Geography and Gender Reconsidered. Women and Geography Study Group
(1997) Racism and Respect: Black Pride, Black Youth, Black Workers. D. Garratt, J. Roche and S. Tucker (eds.) Changing Experiences of Youth
. Sage/The Open University, pp. 26-31