Organised thematically, these are primarily academic publications with some research-informed journalism in the mix. Links to full article wherever possible

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2020. Asylum for Sale: Profit and protest in the migration industry. PM Press. Co-edited with Adrienne Pine.

Migration & LGBTQ+ asylum

2022. “UK-Rwanda asylum deal: Another chapter in Britain’s far-right shift.” The New Arab, April 28, 2022.

2020. “Ten years on from Jimmy Mubenga’s death, we still haven’t learned lessons from privatising immigrationthe i newspaper, October 12, 2020.

2020. “Introduction”. Asylum for Sale: Profit and protest in the migration industry. Siobhan McGuirk and Adrienne Pine (eds.) Oakland, CA: PM Press.

2020. “Neoliberalism and LGBT Asylum: A play in five acts”. Asylum for Sale: Profit and protest in the migration industry. Siobhan McGuirk and Adrienne Pine (eds.) Oakland, CA: PM Press.

2018. “(In)credible Subjects: NGOs, Attorneys, and Permissible LGBT Asylum Seeker Identities.” PoLAR (Political and Legal Anthropology Review), 41: 4-18.

2018. “Psychogeography, Safe Spaces, and LGBTQ Immigrant Experience: Reflections from the ‘At Home in the Village?’ Project.” Refugee Hosts ‘Representations of Displacement Series.’ University College London / AHRC-ESRC. Online, published January 13, 2018.

2018. “Centering Intersectional Politics in Queer Migration Activism.” Queer Activism After Marriage, Volume 2. Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis et al. (eds.) New York, NY: Routledge. First author. Co-authors: Jara Carrington, Claudia Cojocaru, Jamila Hammami, and Marzena Zukowska.

2017. “Book Review: Real Queer?  Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Refugees in the Canadian Refugee Apparatus by D.A.B. Murray.” Association for Feminist Anthropology Book Reviews. Online.

2016. “Loving God vs. Wrathful God: Religion and LGBT Forced Migration.” The Refugee Crisis and Religion: Secularism, Security and Hospitality in Question. Luca Mavelli and Erin Wilson (eds.) London, UK: Rowman and Littlefield.

2015   “Stronger Together: A Guide to Supporting LGBT Asylum Seekers”, Human Rights Campaign / National LGBT Taskforce (USA). Lead researcher and author.

Queer theory & LGBTQ+ justice movements

2022. “How trans rights activists changed Argentina.” Red Pepper 236 (Summer 2022), pp.28-33. Co-authored Alessandra Viggiano.

2021. “On The Daring Life and Dangerous Times of Eve Adams by Jonathan Ned Katz.” Representology 2: 68-71.

2017. “White Nationalism and Fragile Masculinity.” Teen Vogue, August 18, 2017.

2017. “Ten Myths About #NoJusticeNoPride.” Rewire New Group, June 21, 2017.

2015. “Queer Language Matters.” Anthropology News 56(2): 27—28. Co-authored with William Leap.

2014. “‘God loves you and it gets better’: Ideology, Deixis and Agency in an Anti-Homophobic Bullying Viral Campaign.” Journal of Language and Sexuality 3(2): 219—244.

2013. “Righteous Crusades? Imperialism, Homophobia and the Danger of Simplification in God Loves Uganda.” The Postcolonialist 1: Online.

Lead image used to illustrate “Ten Myths about NoJusticeNoPride” (Photo: Kevin Banatte)

Art, pop culture, curation & creative methods

2022   “Women’s stories must be the focus for leadership”. Museums Journal, 122(6), November/December 2022: 13.

2022. “The apocalypse in popular culture“. Red Pepper, 237 (Autumn 2022), pp.45-47. Co-authored with Marzena Zukowska.

2022. “Creating and Contesting Knowledges at the Museo Migrante”. Investigating Cultures of Equality. Dorota Golańska, Aleksandra M. Różalska and Suzanne Clisby (eds.). London, UK: Routledge. Co-authoed with Deyanira Clériga Morales.

2022. “A Very Real Culture War.Red Pepper, 236 (Summer 2022), pp.43.

2021. “Motion. Stop.: Responding to Crises Compounded”. entanglements: experiments in multimodal ethnography, 4(2). Online.

2021. “Virtual Art in a Time of Crisis: Ideology, Familiarity, and the Digital White Cube.” The Sociological Review. Online March 3, 2021.

2020. “Rewriting Postcards: Experiments in transnational research and collaborative curation.” Studies on Home and Community Science: Special Issue on Creative Community Activism in Global Contexts.

2020. “Storytelling and Climate Change: Imagining Solutions Beyond Documentary or Dystopia.” OKRE. November 9, 2020. Co-authored with Marzena Zukowska. (website missing byline)

2020. “Pandemics in Pop Culture: What Zombies and Deserted Landscapes Tell us About Life After Lockdown.” OKRE. October 26, 2020. Co-authored with Marzena Zukowska. (website missing byline)

2019. “Notes on a Postcard.” Allegra Laboratory.  Online.

Artwork commissioned by The Sociological Review Magazine for my 2021 article “Virtual Art in a Time of Crisis