Research Grants

  • Principal Investigator, Royalty Research Fund, 2016-2017, “Spaces of Sanctuary,” $39,738.
  • Principal Investigator, Walter C. Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2016-2017, with Megan Carney and Ricardo Gomez: “Migration and the Spaces of Sanctuary,” Collaboration Studio Grant, $24,558.
  • Principal Investigator, Brocher Foundation, Fall, 2016, with Matthew Sparke: “New Biosecurity Technologies, Biological Citizenship, and European Migration,” two-month residency, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Principal Investigator, Department of Geography, 2014-2015, “Curriculum Transformation: Undergraduate Course Development Initiative,” $2,500.
  • Principal Investigator, Spencer Foundation, Strategic Initiative on Civic Learning and Civic Action, 2009-2013, with Sarah Elwood: “Mapping Youth Journeys: From Place-Based Learning to Active Citizenship,” $316,000.
  • Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, GRS, 2009-2011, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant: “Returning to the South: Building the New South Sudan.” Co-PI Leonie Newhouse, University of Washington, $11,400.
  • Principal Investigator, National Geographic Education Foundation, 2009-2010, with Sarah Elwood: “Mapping Youth Journeys Project,” $50,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Walter C. Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2004-2007: “Reclaiming Childhood,” $300,000.
  • Co-PI, Walter C. Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2006-2007, with Katherine Beckett: “Discourses of Banishment, States of Exception and Spaces of Exclusion,” $11,500.
  • Principal Investigator, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 2003-2004: “Muslims into Frenchmen? Education, Citizenship and Security under the EU,” $53,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Curriculum Transformation Project, 2003-2004, with Kathie Friedman: “Migration/Identity: Teaching and Learning about Citizenship,” $10,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Walter C. Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2002-2003, with Walter Parker: “Citizenship Formation and Historical Memory in the Wake of 9/11,” $11,500.
  • Principal Investigator, Spencer Foundation, 2000-2001: “Transnationalism and the Challenges to Universalist Public Education: The Case of Muslim Schools in Britain,” $26,300.
  • Principal Investigator, Canadian Embassy Program Enhancement Grant, 2000-2001. Funding for the Canadian Studies Center at the University of Washington, $15,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Title VI Grant, Department of Education, 2000-2003. Area Studies Funding for Canadian Studies at the University of Washington. $730,182, plus $162,000 for linked FLAS fellowships.
  • Principal Investigator, National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1997-1999: “Education, Democracy and Citizenship in the Late Twentieth Century,” $40,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Department of Education grant to the Jackson School International Studies Center, 1997-2000: “Migration and the Culture of Community in the Northwest,” $7,500.
  • Co-PI, Ford Foundation Initiative, 1998-1999: “Revitalizing Area Studies,” $50,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Royalty Research Fund, 1996-1997: “Chinese Diasporas and the Spatial Politics of Chinatown,” $25,167.
  • Co-PI, Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Fellowships Institutional Grant 1996-1998: “Project for Critical Asian Studies.”
  • Co-PI, National Science Foundation, 1996-1997: “Curriculum development using new information technologies,” $40,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taipei, 1996: “Facing Capital: Urban Politics in Vancouver,” $3,000.
  • Principal Investigator, University of Washington CIBER Research and Curriculum Development, 1994: $2,000.
  • Principal Investigator, Humanities Graduate Research Grant, University of California at Berkeley, 1992: $1,500.
  • Principal Investigator Fulbright Institute of International Education, 1991: Doctoral research, Hong Kong, $19,600.
  • Principal Investigator, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taipei, 1990: Doctoral research, Vancouver, $6,000.
  • Principal Investigator, University of California at Berkeley, Humanities Graduate Research Grant, 1988: $5,600.
  • Principal Investigator, University of California at Berkeley, Foreign Language and Area Studies Grant, 1987: University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, $3,200.

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Books and Guest Edited Issues

  • Mitchell, K. and Kallio, K. n.d. Guest editors Geopolitics, “Spaces of the Geosocial.” In process. (Estimated publication 2017).
  • Kallio, K. and Mitchell, K. 2016. Guest editors of a special issue of Global Networks entitled “Transnational Lived Citizenship.” In process.
  • Elwood, S. and Mitchell, K. 2014. Guest editors of a special issue of Cultural Geographies entitled “Technology, Memory, and Collective Knowing,” online version published: November 4, 2014, doi: 10.1177/1474474014556062.
  • Mitchell, K. 2008. Practising Public Scholarship: Experiences and Possibilities Beyond the Academy, editor, Oxford: Blackwell Publications.
  • Mitchell, K. 2004. Crossing the NeoLiberal Line: Pacific Rim Migration and the Metropolis, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  • Mitchell, K., Marston, S., and Katz, C. 2004. Life’s Work: Geographies of Social Reproduction editors, Oxford: Blackwell Publications.
  • Agnew, J., Mitchell, K., and Toal, G. 2003. A Companion Guide to Political Geography, editors, Oxford: Blackwell Publications.
  • Mitchell, K., Marston, S., and Katz, C. 2003. Guest editors of a special issue of Antipode titled “Geographies of Social Reproduction,” 35, 3.
  • Mitchell, K. 1997. Guest editor of a special issue of Antipode titled “Crossing Borders: Geographies of Transnationality,” 29, 2.
  • Castells, M., Bornstein, L., Mitchell, K., Skinner, R., and Stowsky, J. 1988. The State and Technology Policy: A Comparative Analysis of the U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative, Informatics Policy in Brazil, and Electronics Policy in China. Berkeley Round Table on the International Economy BRIE, WP37.

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Refereed Journal Articles and Peer Reviewed Chapters


Accepted and In Process

  • Mitchell, K. (2017). Metrics Millennium: Social Impact Investing and the Measurement of Value. Comparative European Politics.
  • Mitchell, K. (2017). Factivism: A New Configuration of Humanitarian Reason. Geopolitics. Mitchell, K. and MacFarlane, K. 2016. Crime and the Global City: Migration, Borders, and the Pre-Criminal. In Oxford Handbooks Online. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Mitchell, K. 2016. Neoliberalism and Citizenship. In Springer, S. ed. Handbook of Neoliberalism. New York: Routledge.
  • Mitchell, K. and Lizotte, C. 2016. Governing through Failure: Philanthropy, Neoliberalism, and Education Reform in Seattle. In Brady, M. and Lippert, R. eds., Governing Practices: Neoliberalism and the Ethnographic Imaginary. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Mitchell, K. 2016. Changing the Subject: Education and the Constitution of Youth in the Neoliberal Era. In Aitken, S. and Skelton, T. eds., Theories and Concepts: Youth and Young People, Vol. 1 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Berlin: Springer.
  • Mitchell, K. 2016. Transnationalism. In Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Liu, W., Kobayashi, A., and Marston, R. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Geography, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Mitchell, K. 2016. Multiculturalism. In Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M., Liu, W., Kobayashi, A., and Marston, R. (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Geography, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Mitchell, K. 2016. Celebrity Humanitarianism, Transnational Emotion, and the Rise of Neoliberal Citizenship. Global Networks 16, 3. Kallio, K. and
  • Mitchell, K. 2016. Re-Spatializing Transnational Citizenship. Global Networks 16, 3.

Current Publications

  • Mitchell, K. and Sparke, M. 2016. The New Washington Consensus: Millennial Philanthropy and the Making of Global Market Subjects. Antipode: doi: 10.1111/anti.12203.
  • Gordon, E., Elwood, S. and Mitchell, K. 2016. Critical Spatial Learning: Participatory Mapping, Spatial Histories, and Youth Civic Engagement. Children’s Geographies: doi: 10.1080/14733285.2015.1136736.
  • Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2015. Countermapping for Social Justice. In Kallio, K. and Mills, S. eds., Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Vol. 7 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer: Berlin, 207-223.
  • Mitchell, K. 2015. It’s Time: The Cultural Politics of Memory in the Current Moment of Danger, in H. Merrill and L. Hoffman (eds.) Spaces of Danger: Culture and Power in the Everyday, University of Georgia Press, 21-37.
  • Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2015. Intergenerational Mapping and the Cultural Politics of Memory. In Hakli, J. and Kallio, K. eds., The Beginning of Politics: Youthful Political Agency in Everyday Life. Routledge/Taylor&Francis, 33-52. [Reprint]
  • Katz, C., Marston, S., and Mitchell, K. 2015. Demanding Life’s Work. In K. Strauss and K. Meehan eds., Precarious Worlds: Contested Geographies of Social Reproduction, University of Georgia Press, 174-188.
  • Elwood, S. and Mitchell, K. 2015. Technology, Memory, and Collective Knowing. Cultural Geographies 22, 1, 147-154.
  • Mitchell, K. and Lizotte, C. 2014. The Grassroots and the Gift: Moral Authority, American Philanthropy, and Activism in Education. Foucault Studies 18, September, 66-89.
  • Mitchell, K. 2014. Difference. In, Lee, R., Castree, N., Kitchin, R., Lawson, V., Paasi, A., Philo, C., Radcliffe, S., Roberts, S.M. and Withers, C. (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Progress in Human Geography. SAGE, 69-93.
  • Elwood, S. and Mitchell, K. 2013. Another Politics is Possible: Neogeographies, Visual Spatial Tactics and Political Formation. Cartographica 48, 4, 275-292.
  • Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2013. Intergenerational Mapping and the Cultural Politics of Memory. Space and Polity 17, 2, 33-52.
  • *Reprinted in: Hakli, J. and Kallio, K. eds., 2015. The Beginning of Politics: Youthful Political Agency in Everyday Life. Routledge/Taylor&Francis, 33-52.
  • Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2012. Mapping Children’s Politics: The Promise of Articulation and the Limits of Nonrepresentational Theory. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30, 5, 788-804.
  • Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2012. Engaging Students through Mapping Local History. Journal of Geography 111, 4, 148-157.
  • Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2012. From Redlining to Benevolent Societies: The Emancipatory Power of Spatial Thinking. Theory and Research in Social Education 40, 134-163.
  • Elwood, S. and Mitchell, K. 2012. Children’s Politics: Mapping a New Public Sphere. Geografiska Annaler, Series B 94, 1, 1-15.
  • Mitchell, K. 2011. Cultural geographies, in M. Brown and R. Morrill eds., Seattle Geographies. Seattle, University of Washington Press, pp. 165-182. With geography honors students.
  • Mitchell, K. 2011. Bodies that Matter: A Response to Stuart Elden’s Terror and Territory. Dialogues in Human Geography 1, 2, 247-259.
  • Mitchell, K. 2011. Zero Tolerance, Imperialism, Dispossession, ACME, 10, 2, 293-312.
  • Mitchell, K. 2011. Marseille’s Not for Burning, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 101, 2, 404-423.
  • Mitchell, K. 2010. Ungoverned Space: Global Security and the Geopolitics of Broken Windows, Political Geography 29, 5, 289-297.
  • Mitchell, K. 2010. Pre-Black Futures, in N. Castree, P. Chatterton, N. Heynen, W. Larner, and M. Wright eds. The Point is To Change It: Geographies of Hope and Survival in an Age of Crisis. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 239-261.
  • Mitchell, K. 2009. Pre-Black Futures, Antipode 41, S1, 239-261.
  • Mitchell, K. 2009. Citizenship, Communism, Local-Global, Localization, Pacific Rim, Transnationalism, in R. Johnson et al, editors, The Dictionary of Human Geography. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Mitchell, K. and Beckett, K. 2008. Securing the Global City: Crime, Consulting, Ratings and Risk, International Journal of Global Legal Studies 15, 1, 75-99.
  • Mitchell, K. and Parker, W. 2008. I Pledge Allegiance to…Flexible Citizenship and Shifting Scales of Belonging, Teacher’s College Record 110, 4, 775-804.
  • Mitchell, K. 2008. Becoming Political, in K. Mitchell ed., Practicing Public Scholarship: Experiences and Possibilities Beyond the Academy. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 1-8.
  • Mitchell, K. 2008. Preface, in C. Jeffrey and J. Dyson eds. Telling Youth Stories. Philadelphia, Temple University Press, pp. 1-3.
  • Mitchell, K. 2007. Geographies of Identity: The Intimate Cosmopolitan, Progress in Human Geography 31, 5: 706-720.
  • Mitchell, K. 2006. Liberating the City: Between New York and New Orleans, Urban Geography 27, 8: 722-728.
  • Mitchell, K. 2006. Neoliberal Governmentality in the European Union: Education, Training and Technologies of Citizenship, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 24, 2: 389-407.
  • Mitchell, K. 2006. What’s Left in Geography? Antipode 38, 2: 205-212.
  • Mitchell, K. 2006. Geographies of Identity: The New Exceptionalism, Progress in Human Geography 30, 1: 95-106.
  • Marston, S., and Mitchell, K., 2005. Citizens and the State: Contextualizing Citizenship Formation in Space and Time, in M. Low and C. Barnett eds., Spaces of Democracy. Sage Publications, pp. 124-144.
  • Mitchell, K., 2005. Hybridity, in D. Atkinson, P. Jackson and D. Sibley eds., Cultural Geography: A Critical Dictionary. London: I.B. Tauris, pp. 188-194.
  • Gokariksel, B. and Mitchell, K. 2005. Veiling, Secularism and the Neoliberal Subject: National Narratives and Supranational Desires in Turkey and France, Global Networks 5, 2: 147-165.
  • Mitchell, K. 2004. Geographies of Identity: Multiculturalism Unplugged, Progress in Human Geography 28, 5: 641-651.
  • Mitchell, K. 2004. Transnationalism in the Margins: Hegemony and the Shadow State, in P. Jackson ed., Transnational Spaces. New York: Routledge, pp. 122-146.
  • Mitchell, K., Marston, S., and Katz, C. 2004. Introduction, in K. Mitchell, S. Marston, and C. Katz, Life’s Work: Geographies of Social Reproduction, London: Blackwell, pp. 1-26.
  • Mitchell, K. 2004. The Tradition of the End: Global Capitalism and the Contemporary Spaces of Apocalypse, in N. Al Sayyad ed., The End of Tradition? New York: Routledge, pp. 45-62.
  • Mitchell, K. 2003. Conflicting landscapes of dwelling and democracy in Canada, in S. Cairns ed., Building, Dwelling, Drifting: Architecture and Migrancy. New York: Routledge, pp. 142-163.
  • Agnew, J., Mitchell, K., and Toal, G. 2003. Introduction, in J. Agnew, K. Mitchell and G. Toal eds., A Companion to Political Geography, London: Blackwell, pp. 1-10.
  • Mitchell, K. 2003. Monuments, Memorials, and the Politics of Memory, Urban Geography 24, 5: 442-459.
  • Mitchell, K. 2003. Educating the National Citizen in Neoliberal Times: From the Multicultural Self to the Strategic Cosmopolitan, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 28, 4: 387-403.
  • Mitchell, K., Marston, S., and Katz, C. 2003. Life’s Work: An Introduction, Review and Critique, Antipode 35, 3: 415-442.
  • Mitchell, K. 2002. Cultural Geographies of Transnationality, in K. Anderson, M. Domosh, and S. Pile eds., The Cultural Geography Handbook. London: Blackwell, pp. 74-87.
  • Mitchell, K. 2001. Education for Democratic Citizenship: Transnationalism, Multiculturalism and the Limits of Liberalism, Harvard Educational Review 71, 1: 51-78.
  • Mitchell, K. 2001. Transnational Migration, Neoliberalism, and the Rise of the Shadow State, Economy and Society 30, 2: 165-189.
  • Mitchell, K. 2000. The Value of Academic Labor: What the Market has Wrought,” Environment and Planning A 32, 10: 1713-1718.
  • Mitchell, K. 2000. The Culture of Urban Space, Urban Geography 21, 5: 443-449.
  • Mitchell, K. 2000. Global Diasporas and Traditional Towns: Chinese Transnational Migration and the Redevelopment of Chinatown. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review 11, 11: 29-40.
  • Mitchell, K. and Olds, K. 2000. Chinese Business Networks and the Globalization of Property Markets in the Pacific Rim, in K. Olds and H. Yeung eds., The Globalization of Chinese Business Firms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 147-173.
  • Mitchell, K. 1999. Transnationalism, Pacific Rim, in R. Johnston and D. Gregory eds., The Dictionary of Human Geography. London: Blackwell.
  • Mitchell, K. 1999. What’s Culture Got to Do With It? Urban Geography 207: 667-682.
  • Mitchell, K. 1999. Scholarship Means Dollarship, or Money in the Bank is the Best Tenure. Environment and Planning A 313: 381-388.
  • Mitchell, K. 1999. Hong Kong Immigrants and the Question Of Democracy: Contemporary Struggles Over Urban Politics In Vancouver, B.C., in G. Hamilton ed., Cosmopolitan Capitalists: Hong Kong and the Chinese Diaspora at the End of the 20th Century. Seattle: University of Washington Press, pp. 152-166.
  • Mitchell, K. 1998.   Reworking Democracy: Contemporary Immigration and Community Politics in Vancouver’s Chinatown. Political Geography 176: 729-750.
  • Mitchell, K. 1998.   Lingua Franca. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 165: 505-508.
  • Mitchell, K. 1998. Fast Capital, Modernity, Race and the Monster House, in R. M. George ed., Burning Down the House: Recycling Domesticity. New York: Westview Press, pp. 187-212.
  • Mitchell, K. 1997. Transnational Subjects: Constituting the Cultural Citizen in The Era of Pacific Rim Capital, in A. Ong and D. Nonini eds., Ungrounded Empires: the Cultural Politics of Modern Chinese Transnationalism, New York: Routledge, pp. 228-258.
  • Mitchell, K. and Hammer, B. 1997. Ethnic Chinese Networks: A New Model? Hongkong Bank of Canada Papers on Asia, Vol. 3: 73-103.
  • Mitchell, K. 1997. Different Diasporas and the Hype of Hybridity. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 155: 533-553.
  • *Reprinted in H. Bauder, and S. Engel-Di Mauro, eds. Critical Geographies: A Collection of Readings, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada: Praxis Press, 2008, 257-277.
  • Mitchell, K. 1997. Conflicting Geographies of Democracy and the Public Sphere in Vancouver, B.C. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 222: 162-179.
  • Mitchell, K. 1997. Transnational Discourse: Bringing Geography Back In. Antipode 292: 101-114.
  • Mitchell, K. 1996. In Whose Interest? Transnational Capital and the Production of Multiculturalism in Canada, in R. Wilson and W. Dissanayake eds., Global/Local: Cultural Production in Transnational Imagery, Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 219-251.
  • *Reprinted in S. Mookerjea, I. Szeman and G. Faurschou, eds., Canadian Cultural Studies: A Reader, Durham: Duke University Press, 2009, pp. 344-365.
  • Mitchell, K. 1996. Visions of Vancouver: Ideology, Democracy and the Future of Urban Development. Urban Geography 176: 478-501.
  • Mitchell, K. 1995. Flexible Circulation in the Pacific Rim: Capitalisms in Cultural Context. Economic Geography 714: 364-382.
  • *Reprinted in J. Bryson, N. Henry, D. Keeble, and R. Martin eds., The Economic Geography Reader, N.Y.: John Wiley and Sons, 1999.
  • Mitchell, K. 1995. The Hong Kong immigrant and the urban landscape, in R. Wilson and A. Dirlik eds., Asia/Pacific as Space of Cultural Production, Durham: Duke University Press, pp. 284-310.
  • Mitchell, K. 1994. APEC and the New Global Economy. Journal of Far Eastern Business 12: 80-85.
  • Mitchell, K. 1994. Zoning Controversies in Shaughnessy. Canada and Hong Kong Update Winter 11:11.
  • Mitchell, K. 1993. Multiculturalism, or the United Colors of Capitalism? Antipode 254: 263-294.
  • Mitchell, K. 1992. Work Authority in Industry: the Happy Demise of the Ideal Type. Comparative Studies in Society and History 344: 679-694.
  • Mitchell, K. 1988. Reflections of a Quality Inspector. The Chinese Business Review 151: 38-39.
  • Mitchell, K. 1988. The technological imperative in the Open Door Policy of the People’s Republic of China: Technological policy and the electronics industry. In M. Castells, L. Bornstein, K. Mitchell, R. Skinner and J. Stowsky, The State and Technology Policy: A Comparative Analysis of the U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative, Informatics Policy in Brazil, and Electronics Policy in China. Berkeley Round Table on the International Economy BRIE, Working Paper #37, June: 143-231.

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Review Essays, Book Reviews and Miscellaneous

  • Review of Ash Amin, Land of Strangers for AAG Review of Books, 2, 3, 2014, 108-111.
  • Review of John Western, Cosmopolitan Europe: Strasbourg a Self Portrait for AAG Review of Books, 1, 3, 2013, 140-147.
  • Review of Aihwa Ong, Neoliberalism as Exception: Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty for Cultural Geographies, 16, 4, 2009, 540-542.
  • Guest columnist, “Trespass law targets the homeless,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, June 27, 2007.
  • In Memoriam: Allan Pred, 1936-2007, for Cultural Geographies, 14, 2007, 481-483.
  • Review of Romain Garbaye, Getting into Local Power: The Politics of Ethnic Minorities in British and French Cities in Social and Cultural Geography 7, 5, 2006, 847-848.
  • Guest columnist, “Give childhood back to children,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, June 2, 2005.
  • Review Essay of Christian Joppke and Ewa Morawska, Toward Assimilation and Citizenship, and Malcolm Cross and Robert Moore, Globalization and the New City in Globalisation, Education and Society, 2, 2, 2004, 307-311.
  • Published interview in “Incivilities,” special issue of DisClosure: A Journal of Social Theory, no. 12, 2003, 107-118.
  • Review of Ting-hong Wong, Hegemonies Compared: State Formation and Chinese School Politics in Postwar Singapore and Hong Kong in Anthropology and Education Quarterly 34, 1, 2003.
  • Review of Jan Lin, Restructuring Chinatown: Ethnic Enclave, Global Change in Journal of Historical Geography 27, 1, 2001, 111-113.
  • Review Essay of Manuel Castells, The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, Volumes I, II, and III, in Antipode 31, 2, 1999, 235-239.
  • Review of Anne Godlewska and Neil Smith eds., Geography and Empire, in Gender, Place and Culture 4,2, 1997, 259-261.
  • Review of Kenneth Foote, Peter Hugill, Kent Mathewson and J. Smith eds., Rereading Cultural Geography, in Progress in Human Geography 20, 3, 1996, 421-423.
  • Review of Timothy Fong, The First Suburban Chinatown: the Making of Monterey Park, in Environment and Planning A 28, 3, 1995, 589-590.
  • Review of Susan Thornton, Gender and Slum Culture in Asia, in Professional Geographer 47, 3, 1995, 359-360.
  • Review of Kay J. Anderson, Vancouver’s Chinatown: Racial Discourse in Canada, 1875-1980, in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 12, 1994, 253-256.
  • Review of Richard Appelbaum and Jeffery Henderson eds., State and Development in the Asian Pacific Rim, in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 11, 6, 1993, 737-738