Research and Publications

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Urban Geography; Urban Political Ecology; Environmental Justice; Urban Social Movements; Poverty/Inequality;  Race, Class, Gender; Science and Technology Studies; Hunger/Food Studies

Publication Information available at Google Scholar and Academia.edu

BOOKS
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GUEST EDITED JOURNAL ISSUES

  • Heynen, N. (2015) Review Symposium for Nature Inc.: Environmental Conservation in the Neoliberal Age edited by Bram Büscher, Wolfram Dressler, Robert Fletcher. Environment and Planning A.
  • Barnes, T. and N. Heynen, 2011. Classics in Human Geography–Fitzgerald: Geography of Revolution by W. W. BungeProgress in Human Geography.  35(5) 712–720.20
  • Prudham, W. S. and N. Heynen , 2011. Uneven Development 25 Years Later. New Political Economy.
  • Castree, N., M. Wright, W. Larner, N. Heynen, and P. Chatterton (Eds.), 2010. The Point is to Change It: Geographies of Hope and Survival in an Age of Crisis. Antipode, 41.S1 [Book published simultaneously Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers]
  • Heynen, N. and P. Robbins, 2005. The Commodifcation of Nature. Capitalism Nature Socialism. 13(1)
  • Swyngedouw, E. and N.C. Heynen, 2003. Urban Political Ecology in Advanced Capitalist Countries. Antipode: A Journal of Radical Geography. 35(5)

ARTICLES

  • Heynen, N. (on-line first) “Urban Political Ecology II: The Abolitionist Century” Progress Report for Progress in Human Geography.
  • Black, S., R. Milligan and N. Heynen (in press) “Solidarity in Climate/Immigrant Justice Direct Action: Lessons from movements in the U.S. South”. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
  • Yen-Kohl, E. and The Newtown Florist Club Writing Collective (in press) ““We’ve been studied to death, we ain’t gotten anything”: (Re)claiming knowledge production through writing collectives.” Capitalism, Nature, Socialism.
  • Burke, B. J., M. Welch-Devine, S. Gustafson, N. Heynen, J. L. Rice, T.L. Gragson, S. Evans, D. R. Nelson. (on-line first) “Can science writing collectives overcome barriers to more democratic communication and collaboration? Lessons from environmental communication praxis in southern Appalachia.” Environmental Communication.
  • Heynen, N. (2015) “If I am Troy Davis, I Failed Troy Davis: Abolishing the Death Penalty through an Antiracist People’s Geography.” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies. 14(4): 1066-1082.
  • Rice, J.L., B.J. Burke, N. Heynen (2015) “Knowing Climate Change, Embodying Climate Praxis: Experiential Knowledge in Southern Appalachia.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 105(2): 1–10.
  • Burke, B.J. and N. Heynen (2014) “Transforming Participatory Science into Socio-Ecological Praxis: Valuing Marginalized Environmental Knowledges in the Face of the Neoliberalization of Nature and Science.’ Environment and Society. 5: 7–27.
  • Castree, N., M. Wright, W. Larner, N. Heynen, and P. Chatterton, 2010. “The Point is to Change It.” In Castree, N., M. Wright, W. Larner, N. Heynen, and P. Chatterton. Antipode: A Journal of Radical Geography. 41.S1. [Special 40th Anniversary issue]
  • Heynen, N., H.A. Perkins and P. Roy, 2007. Failing to Grow ‘Their’ Own Justice? The Co- Production of Racial/Gendered Labor and Milwaukee’s Urban Forest.” Urban Geography. 28(8): 732-754.
  • Heynen, N.C., 2003. “The Scalar Production of Injustice within the Urban Forest.” Antipode: A Journal of Radical Geography. 35(5): 980-998. READ MORE

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Newtown Florist Club Writing Collective (forthcoming) “Peas and Praxis: Organizing (Food/Environmental) Justice through the Direct Action of the Newtown Florist Club.” In R. Slocum and A. Saldanha (eds.) Geographies of Race and Food: Fields, Bodies, Markets.  Ashgate Press.
  • Heynen, N. and G. Pickren, 2011. “Killing for Liberalism: How the U.S. Department of Peace  might be Antithetical to a Nonkilling Geography.”  In. J. Inwood and J. Tyner (Eds.) Non-killing Geographies. Honolulu, Hawai‘i: Center for Global Nonkilling. pp. 55-64.
  • Heynen, N. and T. Barnes , 2011. Fitzgerald Then and Now. New Preface for the Second Edition of William W. Bunge’s Fitzgerald: Geography of Revolution. University of Georgia Press.
  • Chatterton, P. and N. Heynen , 2011. Resistance(s) and Collective Social Action in A Companion to Social Geography (Eds.) V. J. Del Casino Jr., M. Thomas, P. Cloke, and R. Panelli. Pp. 508-525
  • Heynen, N, 2009. Revolutionary Cooks in the Hungry Ghetto: The Black Panther Party’s Biopolitics of Scale From Below In R. Keil and R. Mahon (Eds.) Leviathan Undone? Towards a Political Economy of Scale. University of British Colombia Press. Pp 265-280
  • Heynen, N., J. McCarthy, W.S.Prudham and P. Robbins, 2007. False Promises In N. Heynen, J. McCarthy, W.S. Prudham and P. Robbins (Eds.) Neoliberal Environments: False Promises and Unnatural Consequences. London; New York: Routledge. READ MORE
  • Heynen, N., J. McCarthy, W.S.Prudham and P. Robbins, 2007. Unnatural Consequences In N. Heynen, J. McCarthy, W.S. Prudham and P. Robbins (Eds.) Neoliberal Environments: False Promises and Unnatural Consequences. London; New York: Routledge.
  • Conway, D. and N. Heynen , 2006. Globalization’s Dimensions. In D. Conway and N. Heynen (Eds.) Globalization’s Contradictions: Geographies of Discipline, Destruction & Transformation. London; New York: Routledge.
  • Heynen, N. and J. Njeru , 2006. Ecological Globalization and the Social Production of Nature. In D. Conway and N. Heynen (Eds.) Globalization’s Contradictions: Geographies of Discipline, Destruction & Transformation.
  • Conway, D. and N. Heynen, 2006. The Ascendancy of Globalization and Neoliberalism. In D. Conway and N. Heynen (Eds.) Globalization’s Contradictions: Geographies of Discipline, Destruction & Transformation. London; New York: Routledge.
  • Conway, D and N. Heynen, 2006. Toward ‘fair globalization’: Opposing Neoliberal Destruction, Relying on the Democratic Institutions and Local Empowerment, and Sustaining Human Development. In D. Conway and N.C. Heynen (Eds.) Globalization’s Contradictions: Geographies of Discipline, Destruction & Transformation. London; New York: Routledge.
  • Heynen, N., 2006. Justice of Eating in the City: The Political Ecology of Urban Hunger. In N. Heynen, M. Kaika and E. Swyngedouw (Eds.) In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. London: Routledge. pp 129-142.
  • Heynen, N., M. Kaika and E. Swyngedouw, 2006. Urban Political Ecology: Politicising the Production of Urban Natures. In N. Heynen, M. Kaika and E. Swyngedouw (Eds.) In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. London: Routledge.
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