Publications and Reports

In Press

Bergan T, Gorman-Murray A and Power E.R, (in press) Coliving Housing: Emerging Meanings and Cultures of Home for the Creative Class, Social and Cultural Geography.

Power E.R and Gillon C, (in press) How tenure drives household care practices and strategies. Social & Cultural Geography.

2020

Bliuc A-M, Betts J, Vergani M, Iqbal M & Dunn K.M, (2020) “The growing power of online communities of the extreme-right: deriving strength, meaning, and direction from significant socio-political events ‘in real life”, International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT) ICCT Policy Brief, April. DOI: 10.97812345/2020.4.3. ISSN: 2468-0486

Bissell D & Gorman-Murray A, (2020) ‘Mobile dwelling’, Applied Mobilities 5 (1): 1-102.

Bissell D, Straughan E & Gorman-Murray A, (2020) ‘Losing touch with people and place: labor mobilities, desensitized bodies, disconnected lives’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers. (Early view)

Straughan E, Bissell D & Gorman-Murray A, (2020) ‘The politics of stuckness: waiting lives in mobile worlds’, Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. (Early view)

Gorman-Murray A & Bissell D, (2020) ‘Women ‘working away’ from home in Australia’, Gender and Sexuality at Work Conference Proceedings (peer reviewed), University of Melbourne, 20 February 2020. (Accepted November 2019)

Bergen T, Gorman-Murray A & Power E, (2020) ‘Coliving housing: home cultures of precarity for the creative class’, Social and Cultural Geography (Early view).

Nash C.J, Gorman-Murray A and Browne K, (2020) ‘Geographies of intransigence: freedom of speech and heteroactivist resistances in Canada, Great Britain and Australia’, Social and Cultural Geography. (Early view)

Straughan E, Bissell D & Gorman-Murray A, (2020) ‘Exhausting rhythms: the intimate geopolitics of resource extraction’, Cultural Geographies. (Early view)

Gorman-Murray A, (2020) ‘Picturing dis/comforting geographies: place, punctum and photography’, in D. McNally, P. Crang & L. Price (eds.) The Geographies of Comfort, Routledge, London. (Publication: 2020)

Bissell D & Gorman-Murray A, (2020) ‘Mobile dwelling: introduction’, Applied Mobilities. 5 (1): 1-5.

Bissell D, Gorman-Murray A, McNamara K & Straughan E, (2020) Living Apart Together: How ‘Working Away’ Affects Individuals, Households and Wellbeing, research report for stakeholders.

Healy S, Özselçuk C and Madra Y, (2020) “Subjectivity.”  Framing chapter In The Handbook of Diverse Economies, edited by Katherine Gibson and Kelly Dombroski Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar. (forthcoming) https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102295-5.10049-6

Morrison N & Van Den Nouwelant R, (2020) ‘Western Sydney’s urban transformation: examining the governance arrangements driving forward the growth vision’, Australian Planner https://doi.org/10.1080/07293682.2020.1742172

Wesolowski A, Blackman C.J, Smith R.A, Tissue D.T and Pfautsch S (2020). Elevated CO2 did not stimulate growth in 11 porvenances of a globally important hardwood plantation species. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (accepted)

Emmerson K.M, Possell M, Aspinwall M.J, Pfautsch S and Tjoelker M.G, (2020). Temperature response measurements from eucalypts give insight into the impact of Australian isoprene emissions on air quality in 2050. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (accepted) (IF: 5.668; 26/251 Environmental Sciences)

Kumarathunge D, Drake J.E, Tjoelker M.G, López R, Pfautsch S, Vårhammar A and Medlyn B.E, (2020). The temperature optima for tree seedling photosynthesis and growth depend on water inputs. Global Change Biology 26: 2544 – 2560 (IF: 8.880; 5/251 Environmental Sciences)

Rogers D and Power E.R, (2020) Housing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic: the importance of housing research during this health emergency. International Journal of Housing Policy.

Power E.R and Mee K.J, (2020) Housing: an infrastructure of care. Housing Studies, 35(3), 484-505.

Power E.R and Williams M.J, (2020) Cities of care: a platform for urban geographical care research. Geography Compass, 14 (1), 1-11.

2019

Piracha A, Sharples R, Forrest J & Dunn K.M, (2019) Online and Offline Racism in the Sharing Economy: Regulatory Challenges in a Neo-Liberal Cyber World, Geoforum 98, 144-152

Nash C.J & Gorman-Murray A, (2019) (eds.), The Geographies of Digital Sexuality, Palgrave, Melbourne.

Forrest J, Gorman-Murray A & Siciliano F, (2019) ‘The geography of same-sex couples and families in Australia: an empirical review’, Australian Geographer 50 (4): 493-509.

Nash C.J & Gorman-Murray A, (2019) ‘LGBT place management: representative politics and Toronto’s gay village’, in M. Tremblay (ed.) Queering Representation:LGBTQ People and Electoral Politics in Canada, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, pp. 298-313.

Bissell D & Gorman-Murray A, (2019) ‘Disoriented geographies: undoing relations, encountering limits’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 44 (4): 707-720. Gorman-Murray, ‘‘Ordinary’ men and interior design’, invited article for Architecture Ireland 307: 33-36.

Gorman-Murray A & Baganz E, (2019) ‘Geographies of gender and sexuality in Australia, from 1994 to 2018’, Gender, Place and Culture 26 (7-9): 945-955.

Nash C.J, Gorman-Murray A & Browne K, (2019) ‘LGBT families and ‘motherless’ children: tracking heteronormative resistances’, in J. Johnson and K. Johnston (eds.) Mothers/Mothering: Space and Place, Demeter, Bradford ON, pp. 219-233.

Hopkins P & Gorman-Murray A, (2019) ‘Masculinities and geography, moving forward: men’s bodies, emotions and spiritualities’, Gender, Place and Culture 26 (3): 301-314.

Nash C.J. & Gorman-Murray A, (2019) ‘Queer mobilities and new spatial media’, in C.J. Nash & A. Gorman-Murray (eds.), The Geographies of Digital Sexuality, Palgrave, Melbourne, pp. 29-48.

Nash C.J. & Gorman-Murray A, (2019) ‘Introduction’, in C.J. Nash & A. Gorman-Murray (eds.), The Geographies of Digital Sexuality, Palgrave, Melbourne, pp. 1-8.

Gorman-Murray A, (2019) ‘Material conditions in the post-human city’, in C. Boyd & C. Edwardes (eds.), Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts, Bloomsbury, London, pp. 211-226.

Prior J, Gorman-Murray A, Conon I, McIntyre E & Madden B, (2019) ‘A geography of residents’ worry about the disruptive effects of contaminated sites’, Geographical Research 57(1): 52-66.

Nash C.J, Maguire H & Gorman-Murray A, (2019) ‘LGBTQ communities, public space and urban movement: towards mobility justice in the contemporary city’, in D. Butz and N. Cook (eds.) Mobilities, Mobility Justice and Social Justice, Routledge, London, pp. 188-200.

Gorman-Murray A & Nash C.J, (2019) ‘Queer suburbs: (sub)urban spaces and sexualities in the Global North’, in B. Hanlon and T. Vicino (eds.) The Routledge Companion to the Suburbs, Routledge, London, pp. 135-146.

Gorman-Murray A, Dominey-Howes D & McKinnon S, (2019) ‘LGBTI experiences of disasters in the Antipodes’, 22 November 2019, online at The Gender Security Project: https://www.gendersecurityproject.com/2019/11/lgbti-experiences-of-disasters-in.html.

Healy S, (2019) “Alternative Economies.” In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography 2nd edition, edited by Audrey Kobayashi, 111-117. Oxford: Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102295-5.10049-6

McKinnon K, Healy S and Dombroski K, (2019) “Surviving well together: post development, maternity care and the politics of ontological pluralism.” In  Postdevelopment as practice, edited by Elise Klein & Carlos Eduardo Morreno, 190-203.  London: Routledge.

Pavlovskaya M, Borowiak C, Safri M, Healy S & ElettoR, (2019) The Place of Common Bond: Can Credit Unions Make Place for Solidarity Economy?, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2019.1685368

Gibson-Graham J. K, Cameron J, Healy S and McNeill J, (2019) "Roepke Lecture in Economic Geography—Economic Geography, Manufacturing, and Ethical Action in the Anthropocene."  Economic Geography 95 (1):1-21. doi: 10.1080/00130095.2018.153869.

Gibson-Graham J. K, Cameron J, Healy S and McNeill J, (2019) "Economic Geography and Ethical Action in the Anthropocene: A Rejoinder." Economic Geography 95 (1):27-29. doi: 10.1080/00130095.2018.1538696.

Ehwi R, Morrison N & Tyler P, (2019) ‘Gated communities and land administration challenges in Ghana: Reappraising the reasons why people move into gated communities’ Housing Studies https://doi.org/10.1080/02673037.2019.1702927

Morrison N & Szumilo N (2019) ‘Examining the drivers and implications of mega-mergers in the English Housing Association sector’ Housing and Built Environment pp.1-21

Morrison N & Szumilo N (2019) ‘Drivers and implications of mega-mergers: Evidence from the English not for profit housing sector’ Housing and Built Environment, 34 (3) 661-681

Morrison N & Szumilo N (2019) ‘Universities global research ambitions and their localised housing price effects’ Land Use Policy 85 pp.290-301

Magh R.-K, Bonn B, Grote R, Burzlaff T, Pfautsch S and Rennenberg H. (2019). Drought superimposes the positive effect of silver fir on water relations of European beech in mature forest stands. Forests 10 (online journal) (IF: 2.116; X/X Forest Science)

Du B, Pang J, Hu B, Allen D.E, Bell T.L, Pfautsch S, Netzer F, Dannemann M, Zhang S and Rennenberg H. (2019). N2-fixing black locust intercropping improves ecosystem nutrition at the vulnerable semi-arid Loess Plateau region, China. Science of the Total Environment 688: 333–345. (IF: 4.610; X/X Environmental Science)

Aspinwall M.J, Pfautsch S, Tjoelker M.G, Vårhammar A, Possell M, Drake J.E, Reich P.B, Tissue D.T, Atkin O.K, Rymer P.D, Dennison S and Van Sluyter S.C, (2019). Range size and growth temperature influence Eucalyptus species responses to an experimental heatwave. Global Change Biology 25: 1665–1684. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14590 (IF: 8.880; 5/251 Environmental Sciences)

Steidinger B, et al. (Pfautsch S. is #132 of 174 co-authors listed alphabetically). (2019). Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest tree symbioses. Nature 569: 404–408.  (IF:41.577; )

Blackman C.J, Creek D, Maier C, Aspinwall M.J, Drake J.E, Pfautsch S, O’Grady A, Delzon S, Medlyn B.E, Tissue D.T and Choat B (2019). Drought response strategies and hydraulic traits contribute to mechanistic understanding of plant dry-down to hydraulic failure. Tree Physiology 39: 910–924. (IF: 3.477; 4/67 Forestry)

Drake J.E, Tjoelker M.G, Aspinwall M.J, Reich P.B, Pfautsch S, and Barton C.V.M (2019). The partitioning of gross primary production for young Eucalyptus tereticornis trees under experimental warming and altered water availability. New Phytologist 222: 1298–1312.  DOI: 10.1111/nph.15629 (IF: 7.299; 8/228 Plant Science)

Pfautsch S. and Rouillard S (2019). Benchmarking heat across Campbelltown, New South Wales. Western Sydney University and Campbelltown City Council, 60 p. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26183/5d81cc131f041

Pfautsch S and Rouillard S (2019) Benchmarking heat across Cumberland Council, New South Wales, 60p. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26183/5d76e1fa3b31a

Pfautsch S and Rouillard S (2019) Benchmarking heat in Parramatta, Sydney’s central river city. Western Sydney University and Parramatta City Council, Australia, 56 p. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26183/5d4b69d465dd6 (Sep. 2019: 236 views, 77 downloads)

Pfautsch S and Rouillard S (2019) Benchmarking urban heat: individual air temperature measurements recorded in Campbelltown, Cumberland and Parramatta local government areas during the summer of 2018-2019. Western Sydney University. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26183/5da934f5e000

Huynh V, Piracha A, Saul H (2019) Impact of climate change on tourism sector in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta, Review of European Studies, vol 11, no 4, pp 44-59

Huynh V, Piracha A (2019) An evaluation on climate change awareness in tourism sector in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam, Asian Social Science, vol 15, no 11, pp 93-104

Huynh V, Piracha A (2019) An evaluation on climate change adaptation for tourism sector in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, vol 24, no 9, pp 894-911

Power E.R (2019) Assembling the capacity to care: care as a practice of caring-with (precarious housing). Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers., 44 (4), 763-777.

Power E. R and Bergan T (2019) Care and resistance to neoliberal reform in social housing. Housing, Theory and Society, 36(4), 426-447.

Crabtree L, Grimstad S, McNeill J, Perry N and Power E.R (2019) Articulating value in cooperative housing: International and methodological review.

Power E.R and Mee K.J(2019) Is this a housing system that cares? That’s the question for Australians and their new government. The Conversation.

2018

Gorman-Murray A and Cook M (2018) (eds.), Queering the Interior, Bloomsbury, London.

Gorman-Murray A, Kamp A, and McKinnon S (2018) ‘Historical geography Down Under’, Australian Geographer 49 (1): 1-235.

Browne K, Nash C.J,and Gorman-Murray A (2018) ‘Geographies of heteroactivism: resisting sexual rights in the reconstitution of Irish nationhood’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 43 (4): 526-539.

Dominey-Howes D, Gorman-Murray A and McKinnon S (2018) ‘On the disaster experiences of sexual and gender (LGBTI) minorities: insights to support inclusive disaster risk reduction policy and practice’, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Monograph No. 3, Diversity in Disaster, pp. 60-68.

Parkinson D, Duncan A, Archer F, Dominey-Howes D, Gorman-Murray A and McKinnon S (2018) ‘Introducing the new Gender and Emergency Management (GEM) Guidelines to support more inclusive disaster risk reduction work’, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Monograph No. 3, Diversity in Disaster, pp. 28-30.

Gorman-Murray A and Bissell D (2018) ‘Mobile work, multilocal dwelling and spaces of wellbeing’, Health and Place 51: 232-238.

Gorman-Murray A and Hopkins P (2018) ‘Andrew Gorman-Murray and Peter Hopkins in conversation: reflections on masculinities and sexualities research on GPC’s 25th anniversary’, Gender, Place and Culture 25 (3): 317-324.

Gorman-Murray A, McKinnon S, Dominey-Howes D, Nash C.J and Bolton R (2018) ‘Listening and learning: giving voice to trans experiences of disasters’, Gender, Place and Culture 25 (2): 166-187.

Gorman-Murray A and McKinnon S (2018) ‘“Does it matter?” (Re)locating queer heritage in post-earthquake Christchurch’, in W. Grahn & R. Wilson (eds.), Gender and Heritage: Performance, Place and Politics, Routledge, London, pp. 239-252.

Gorman-Murray A, Kamp A and McKinnon S (2018 ) ‘Historical geography Down Under’, Australian Geographer 49 (1): 1-3.

Brickell C, Gorman-Murray A and de Jong A (2018) ‘Queer trans-Tasman mobilities, then and now’, Australian Geographer 49 (1): 167-184.

Gorman-Murray A (2018), ‘Afterword: an artist-geographer’s lens’, in M. Zebracki and J. Palmer (eds.), Public Art Encounters: Art, Space and Identity, Routledge, London, pp. 219-223.

Cook M and Gorman-Murray A (2018) ‘Introduction: queering the Interior’, in A. Gorman-Murray & M. Cook (eds.), Queering the Interior, Bloomsbury, London, pp. 1-11.

Gorman-Murray A (2018), ‘Thrown-togetherness: queering the interior in visual perspectives’, in A. Gorman-Murray & M. Cook (eds.), Queering the Interior, Bloomsbury, London, pp. 15-25.

Baganz E and Gorman-Murray A (2018)  Studentification: A Critical Review Supporting an Australian Application, commissioned for the Western Sydney University Student Experience Project.

Baganz E and Gorman-Murray A (2018) University Students and Place-Making: Towards Unlocking Western Sydney University’s Role in Place-Making in Greater Western Sydney, commissioned for the Western Sydney University Student Experience Project.

Lean G, Condie J, McNeill D and Gorman-Murray A (2018), Green Paper: Transport, Catalyst West, Western Sydney University, (https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/catalystwest/catalyst-west?icid=hp-event-catalyst_west_2018); paper at https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/1355905/CatalystWest_GreenPaper_TRANSPORT.pdf.

Dombroski K, Healy S, and McKinnon K (2018) "A Postcapitalist Politics of Care". In Feminist Political Ecology and the Economics of Care: In Search of Economic Alternatives, edited by C. Bauhardt and W. Harcourt, 99-116. London: Routledge.

Lopes A. M, Healy S, Power E, Crabtree L and Gibson K (2018) "Infrastructures of Care: Opening up “Home” as Commons in a Hot City." Research and Theory in Human Ecology 24 (2):41.

Healy S (2018) “Basic Income and Postcapitalist Imaginaries: From Surplus Humanity to Humanity’s Surplus.” ARENA. 51/52: 130-152.

Healy S (2018) “Commoning in the City: Discerning a Post-Capitalist Politics Now and Here.” Review symposium on A. Huron (2018) Carving out the Commons. Environment and Planning A. http://societyandspace.org/2018/10/16/commoning-in-the-city-discerning-a-post-capitalist-politics-now-and-here/

Healy S, Borowiak C, Pavlovskaya M and Safri M (2018) “Commoning and the Politics of Solidarity: Transformational Responses to Poverty.” Geoforum. Published ahead of print, 28 March 2018. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.03.015.

Gibson-Graham J.K, Cameron J, and Healy S (2018) “La construction du commun comme politique post-capitaliste.” Translated by P. De Roo and A. Querrien. Multitudes 2018/1(70): 82–91. ISSN: 0292-0107.

Healy S (2018) “Corporate Enterprise as Commonwealth.” Journal of Law and Society 45(1): 46–63. DOI: 10.1111/jols.12078.

Healy S (2018) “Beginning with Care, Touching Feminist Materiality.” Journal of Cultural Economy 11(3): 265–67. DOI: 10.1080/17530350.2018.1433706.

Kamp A (2018) Chinese Australian Women’s ‘Homemaking’ and Contributions to the Family Economy in White Australia, Australian Geographer Special Issue:  Australian Historical Geographies Down Under, vol.49, pp.149-165.

Kamp A, Dunn K, Paradies Y and Blair K (2018) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ attitudes towards Australian multiculturalism, cultural diversity, ‘race’ and racism, 2015-16. Australian Aboriginal Studies, Issue 2, pp.50-70.’ Dunn, K., Blair, K., Bliuc, A-M.,

Kamp A (2018) Land and housing as a crucible of racist nationalism: Asian Australians’ experiences of racism in housing. Geographical Research Special Issue: Australian housing in the Asian century: New economic, cultural and material dynamics, vol. 56, no.4, pp.465-478.

Gorman-Murray A, Kamp A and McKinnon S (2018) Guest editorial: historical geographies down under, Australian Geographer Special Issue:  Australian Historical Geographies Down Under, vol.49, pp.1-3

Manzi T and Morrison N (2018) Risk, Commercialism and Social Purpose: Repositioning the English Housing Association sector. Urban Studies Urban Studies 55 (9) pp.1924-1942

Morrison N (2018) ‘Innovative affordable housing finance solutions in the UK’ in Van Bortel G, Gruis V, Nieuwenhuijzen J & Pluimers B  (eds) Affordable Housing Governance and Finance: Innovations, Partnerships and Comparative Perspectives, Routledge pp.230-242

Ehwi R, Tyler P and Morrison N (2018) ‘Market led initiatives to land tenure security in Ghana: contributions of gated communities’ In World Bank report Approaches to land delivery for urban expansion, Washington: World Bank 1-27

Morrison N (2018) ‘Innovative affordable housing finance solutions in the UK’ in G Van Bortel & V Gruis (eds) Affordable Housing Governance and Finance across EuropeRoutledge

Agyemang F and Morrison N (2018) ‘Recognizing the barriers to securing affordable housing through the land use planning system in Sub-Sahara Africa. A Perspective from Ghana’. Urban Studies 55 (12) 2640-2659

Adams M.A and Pfautsch S (2018) Grand Challenges: Forests and Global Change. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, DOI: 10.3389/ffgc.2018.00001

Aspinwall M.J, Blackman C.J, Resco de Dios V, Busch F.A, Rymer P.D, Loik M.E, Drake J.E, Pfautsch S, Smith R.E, Tjoelker M.G and Tissue D.T (2018) Photosynthesis and carbon allocation are both important predictors of genotype productivity responses to elevated CO2 in Eucalyptus camaldulensis. Tree Physiology 38: 1286–1301 (IF: 3.477; 4/67 Forestry)

Drake J.E, Tjoelker M.G, Vårhammar A, Medlyn B.E, Reich P.B, Leigh A, Pfautsch S and Blackman C.J  et al. (2018) Trees tolerate an extreme heatwave via sustained transpirational cooling and increased leaf thermal tolerance. Global Change Biology 24: 2390–2402 (IF: 8.880; 5/251 Environmental Sciences).

Pfautsch, S, Aspinwall M.J, Drake J.E, Chacon-Doria M, Langelaan R.J.A, Tissue D.T, Tjoelker M.G and Lens F (2018) Traits and trade-offs in whole-tree hydraulic architecture along the vertical axis of Eucalyptus grandis. Annals of Botany 121: 129-141 (IF: 3.454; 36/228 Plant Sciences)

Pfautsch S and Howe V (2018) Green Track for Parramatta Light Rail. Western Sydney University, 80 p. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26183/5c05fc021efb3 (Sep. 2019: 642 views, 116 downloads)

Mellick Lopes A, Blick M and Pfautsch S (2018) Materials that make heat worse for our kids demand a rethink by designers. The Conversation (Australia), published online 11 April 2018

Madden A.L, Arora V, Holmes K.A and Pfautsch S (2018) Cool Schools. Western Sydney University, Australia, 56 p. DOI: http://doi.org/10.26183/5b91d72db0cb7. ISBN: 978-1-74108-478-8 (Sep. 2019: 917 views, 159 downloads)

Piracha A, Sharples R, Forrest J and Dunn K (2018) Racism in the sharing economy : regulatory challenges in a neo-liberal cyber world, Geoforum, vol 98, pp 144-152

Yagitcanlar T, Mohamed A, Kamaruzzaman M and Piracha A (2018) Understanding transport-related social exclusion : a multidimensional approach, Urban Policy and Research, vol 37, no 1, pp 97-110

Rana M and Piracha A (2018) Supplying water to the urban poor : processes and challenges of community-based water governance in Dhaka city, Management of Environmental Quality, vol 29, no 4, pp 608-622

Greiss G and Piracha A (2018) Re-writing political influence : the NSW (Australia) "rock star" planning reforms, The Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools.

Farid Uddin K and Piracha A (2018) Cities within a city : the NSW (Australia) planning policy divergence, The Australia and New Zealand Association of Planning Schools. Conference

Piracha A and Hardie M (2018) Post-political planning and the tale of two cities: community engagement in urban planning and development in Sydney, AUBEA International Conference, pp 194-205

Lopes AM, Healy S and Power E.R, Crabtree L and Gibson K (2018) Infrastructures of Care: Opening up "Home" as Commons in a Hot City, Human Ecology Review, 24(2), 41-59.

Power E.R (2018) Restrictions on pet-ownership in multi-owned properties, in Altman, E and Gabriel, M, Multi-owned properties in the Asia-Pacific region: rights, restrictions and responsibilities. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp 155-173.

Power E.R (2018) Life as an older renter and what it tells us about the need for tenancy reform, The Conversation.

Power E.R (2018) ‘Responsible home ownership’: A barrier for homelessness policy? Parity, Australia’s national homelessness publication.

Power E.R, Mee K.J and Horrocks J (2018) Housing: an infrastructure of care for older Australians, Parity, Australia’s national homelessness publication.

2017

Dunn K.M, Jakubowicz A and Sharples R (2017) Additional submission material: Reporting Survey: do Australians want the freedom to insult and offend on the basis of race, culture and religion?  The answer is an overwhelming “No!”, Inquiry: Freedom of speech in Australia, Prepared by the CyberRacism and Community Resilience (CRaCR) Research Group, 15th February, 2017.

Hubbard P, Collins A and Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘Sex, consumption and the city’, Urban Studies 54 (3): 567-821.

Gaillard J.C and Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘Sexual and gender minorities and disaster’, Gender, Place and Culture 24 (1): 18-71.

Nash C.J and Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘Sexualities, subjectivities and urban spaces: a case for assemblage thinking’, Gender, Place and Culture 24 (11): 1521-1529.

Gorman-Murray A and Brickell C (2017) ‘Over the Ditch: Queer mobilities at the nexus of art, geography and history’, ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 16 (3): 576-604; open access online at http://www.acme-journal.org/index.php/acme/article/view/1368/1269.

Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘Embodied emotions in the geographies of sexualities’, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 108 (3): 356-360.

Gaillard JC, Sanz K, Balgos B, Dalisay S, Gorman-Murray A, Smith F and Toelupee V (2017) ‘Beyond men and women: a critical perspective on gender and disaster’, Disasters 41 (3): 429-447.

Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘Que(e)rying homonormativity: the everyday politics of lesbian and gay homemaking’, in B. Pilkey, R. Scicluna, B. Campkin & B. Penner (eds.) Sexuality and Gender at Home: Experience, Politics, Transgression, Bloomsbury, London, pp. 149-162.

Hubbard P, Gorman-Murray A and Nash C.J (2017) ‘Sex and the city: sexuality and urban order/disorder’, in J. R. Short (ed.) Research Agenda for Cities, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 69-81.

Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘Caring about male care giving: spaces, subjectivities and regendering care’, Dialogues in Human Geography 7 (1): 74-78.

McKinnon S, Waitt G and Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘The Safe Schools Program and young people’s sexed and gendered geographies’, Australian Geographer 48 (2): 145-152.

Gaillard J.C, Gorman-Murray A and Fordham M (2017) ‘Sexual and gender minorities in disaster’, Gender, Place and Culture 24 (1): 18-26.

Gorman-Murray A, Morris S, Keppel J, McKinnon S and Dominey-Howes D (2017) ‘Problems and possibilities on the margins: LGBT experiences in the 2011 Queensland floods’, Gender, Place and Culture 24 (1): 37-51.

McKinnon S, Gorman-Murray A and Dominey-Howes D (2017) ‘Remembering an epidemic during a disaster: memory, gay male identities and the experience of disasters’, Gender, Place and Culture 24 (1): 52-63.

Gorman-Murray A and Nash C.J (2017) ‘Transformations in LGBT consumer landscapes and leisure spaces in the neoliberal city’, Urban Studies 54 (3): 786-805.

Hubbard P, Collins A and Gorman-Murray A (2017) ‘Sex, consumption and commerce and the contemporary city’, Urban Studies 54 (3): 567-581.

McKinnon S, Gorman-Murray A and Dominey-Howes D (2017) ‘Disasters, queer narratives and the news: How are LGBTI disaster experiences reported by the mainstream and LGBTI media?’, Journal of Homosexuality 64 (1): 122-144.

McNeill D, Gorman-Murray A, Holmes K, Jones C,  Smith C, Salazar J and Powell J (2017) (eds), Continuing Conversations 2017, 84pp., Western Sydney University and The Conversation.

Safri M, Healy S, Borowiak C, and Pavlovskaya M (2017) “Putting the Solidarity Economy on the Map.” Journal of Design Strategies 9(1): 71–83. ISSN: 1935-0112; 1935-0120 (online).

Borowiak C, Safri M, Healy S, and Pavlovskaya M (2017) "Navigating the Fault Lines: Race and Class in Philadelphia’s Solidarity Economy." Antipode 50(3): 577–603. DOI: 10.1111/anti.12368.

Diprose G, Dombroski K, Healy S, and Waitoa J (2017) “Community Economies: Responding to Questions f Scale, Agency, and Indigenous Connections in Aotearoa New Zealand”. Invited commentary. Counterfutures (4): 167–83. ISSN: 2463-5340.

Zanoni P, Contu A, Healy S, and Mir R (2017) “Post-capitalistic Politics in the Making: The Imaginary and Praxis of Alternative Economies.” Organization 24(5): 575–88. DOI: 10.1177/1350508417713219.

Kamp A, Alam O, Blair K, Dunn K (2017) Australians’ Views on Cultural Diversity, Nation and Migration, 2015-16, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies, 9 (3), pp.61-84.

Blair K, Dunn K, Kamp A and Alam O (2017) Challenging Racism Project 2015-2016 National Survey, Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia.

Agyemang F and Morrison N (2017) ‘Recognizing the barriers to securing affordable housing through the land use planning system in Sub-Sahara Africa. A Perspective from Ghana’. Urban Studies, 55 (12), pp2640-2659 (20 pages)

Morrison N (2017) ‘Selling the family silver? Institutional entrepreneurship and asset disposal in the English Housing Association Urban Studies 54 (12) pp. 2856-2873 NOMINATED BEST PAPER AWARD 2017

Morrison N (2017) ‘Playing by the rules. Path Dependency and informal settlements in Sub Saharan Africa’. Environment and Planning A 49 (11) pp2558-2577

Manzi T and Morrison N (2017) Risk, Commercialism and Social Purpose: Repositioning the English Housing Association sector. Urban Studies 55 (9) 1924-1942

Morrison N (2017) ‘Playing by the rules. Path Dependency and informal settlements in Sub Saharan Africa’. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 49 (11) 2558-2577

Morrison N (2017) ‘Selling the family silver? Institutional entrepreneurship and asset disposal in the English Housing Association Urban Studies 54 (12) 2856-2873

Drake J.E, Power S.A, Duursma R.A, Medlyn B.E, Aspinwall M.J, Choat B, Creek D, Eamus D, Maier C, Pfautsch S, Smith R.A, Tjoelker M.G and Tissue. D.T (2017) Stomatal and non-stomatal limitations of photosynthesis for four tree species under drought: A comparison of model formulations. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.08.026 (IF: 4.189; 1/67 Forestry)

Drake J.E, Vårhammar A, Kumarathunge D, Medlyn B.E, Pfautsch S, Reich P.B, Tissue D.T, Ghannoum U and Tjoelker M.G (2017) A common and broad thermal niche among geographically diverse populations of the widely distributed tree species Eucalyptus tereticornis: no evidence for adaptation to climate of origin. Global Change Biology, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13771 (IF: 8.880; 5/251 Environmental Sciences)

Pfautsch S and Gray T (2017) Low factual understanding and high anxiety about climate warming impedes university students to become sustainability stewards: an Australian case study. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 18: 1157-1175 (IF: 1.876; 64/239 Education & Educational Research)

Larter M, Pfautsch S, Domec J.C, Trueba S, Nagalingum N, Delzon S (2017) Aridity drives the evolution of extreme embolism resistance and the radiation of the conifer genus Callitris. New Phytologist, DOI: 10.111/nph.14545 (IF: 7.299; 8/228 Plant Science)

Tjoelker M.G, Campany C.E, Duursma R.A, Pfautsch S, Aspinwall M.J and Thompson D (2017) Insights into standards for nursery-grown tree stock. Proceedings of the 18th National Street Tree Symposium, pages 55-60, 7-8 September 2017, Adelaide, Australia (Peer Rev. Conf. Proc.)

Campany C.E, Tjoelker M.G, Duursam R.A, Thompson D, Aspinwall M.J and Pfautsch S (2017) Evaluation of nursery tree stock parameters. Horticulture Innovation Australia, 33 p.

Drake J, Tjoelker M, Vårhammar A, Leigh A, Pfautsch S, Blackman C, Lopez-Rodriguez R, Aspinwall M.J, Crous K, Kumarathunge D, Nicotra A, Tissue D.T, Choat B, Barton C (2017) Physiological assessment of whole-tree response to an extreme heatwave. Western Sydney University. DOI: http://doi.org//10.4225/35/5a36f61f150f3

Bijen G and Piracha A (2017) Future directions for social housing in NSW : new opportunities for 'place' and 'community' in public housing renewal, Australian Planner, vol 54, no 2, pp 153-162

Rogers D, Mcauliffe C, Piracha A and Schatz L (2017) Resident Involvement in Urban Development in Sydney: The New Politics of the City, Henry Halloran Trust, The University of Sydney

Bijen G and Piracha A (2017) Dunbar Way Renewal Evaluation: A Study to Contribute an Evaluation of the Dunbar Way Estate Regeneration Program (DWRP), Pacific Link Housing

Power E.R (2017) Housing, home ownership and the governance of ageing. The Geographical Journal, 183(3), 233-246.

Power E.R (2017) Housing governance and senses of home in older age: the provider scale. Journal of Housing For the Elderly, 31(3), 193-212.

Power E.R (2017) Renting with pets: a pathway to housing insecurity? Housing Studies, 32(3), pp.336-360.

Power E.R (2017) For renters, making housing more affordable is just the start, in Watson, J, The Conversation Yearbook: 50 standard articles from Australia’s top thinkers, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne.

Power E.R and Westman M (2017) I won’t be alone at Christmas, I have a dog, The Conversation and syndicated to ABC and others.

Rogers D, Power E.R and Kent J(2017) Speaking with: Emma Power and Jennifer Kent about why Australian cities and homes aren’t built for pets, The Conversation.

Rogers D, Power E.R and Kent J(2017) Speaking with: Emma Power and Jennifer Kent about why Australian cities and homes aren’t built for pets, City Road Podcast.

Power E.R (2017) Three reasons the government promotes home ownership for older Australians. The Conversation and syndicated to Domain, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Canberra Times, Brisbane Times and others.

Power E.R (2017) Is this the budget that forgot renters? The Conversation, and syndicated to Domain, The Age, ABC News and others.

Power E.R (2017) For renters, making housing affordable is just the start. The Conversation, and syndicated to ABC News, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, and others.

Rogers D and Power E.R (2017) Explainer: the financialisation of housing and what can be done about it. The Conversation.

2016

Jakubowicz A, Nelson J, Paradies Y, Dunn K.M, Atie R, Bliuc A-M, Bahfen N, Mason G (2016) Submission re: Inquiry: Freedom of speech in Australia Prepared by the CyberRacism and Community Resilience (CRaCR) Research Group, 9th December, 2016.

Dunn K.M, Derbas A, Mapedzahama V and Itaoui R (2016) Exploring the challenges of delivering services for countering violent extremism (CVE) in Western Sydney. Western Sydney University, School of Social Sciences and Psychology: Unpublished report.

McKinnon S and Gorman-Murray A (2016) ‘Sexuality’, in K. Huppatz, M. Hawkins & A. Matthews (eds.) Identity and Belonging, Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 57-70.

Gorman-Murray A and Nash C.J (2016) ‘Mobile sexualities’, in K. Browne & G. Brown (eds.), A. Gorman-Murray & C.J. Nash (section eds.), Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge, London, pp. 195-200.

Gorman-Murray A and Nash C.J (2016) ‘LGBT communities, identities, and the politics of mobility: moving from visibility to recognition in contemporary urban landscapes’, in K. Browne & G. Brown (eds.), A. Gorman-Murray & C.J. Nash (section eds.), Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge, London, pp. 247-253.

Nash C.J and Gorman-Murray A (2016) ‘Digital sexualities’, in K. Browne & G. Brown (eds.), C.J. Nash & A. Gorman-Murray (section eds.), Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge, London, pp. 353-357.

Nash C.J and Gorman-Murray A (2016) ‘Digital technologies and sexualities in urban landscapes’, in K. Browne & G. Brown (eds.), C.J. Nash & A. Gorman-Murray (section eds.), Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge, London, pp. 399-405.

Gorman-Murray A (2016) ‘Thrown-togetherness, 2015: exegesis’, in L. Crabtree, N. Cook & A. Davison (eds.), Housing and Home Unbound: Intersections in Economics, Environment and Politics in Australia, Routledge, London, pp. 18-21,94-97, 168-171, 232-235.

Gorman-Murray A (2016) ‘Gay gentrification’, in A. Goldberg (ed.) Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies, Sage, New York, in press, pp. 434-435.

Gorman-Murray A (2016) ‘Gayborhoods’, in A. Goldberg (ed.) Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies, Sage, New York, in press, pp. 438-439.

Gorman-Murray A, McKinnon S and Dominey-Howes D (2016) ‘Masculinity, sexuality and disaster: gendered LGBT experiences in the 2011 Brisbane Floods, Queensland, Australia’, in E. Enarson and B. Pease (eds.), Men, Masculinities and Disaster, Routledge, London, pp. 128-139.

Dominey-Howes D, Gorman-Murray A and McKinnon S (2016) ‘Emergency management response and recovery plans in relation to sexual and gender minorities in New South Wales, Australia’, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 16: 1-11.

McKinnon S, Gorman-Murray A and Dominey-Howes D (2016) ‘The greatest loss was a loss of our history: disasters, marginalised identities and sites of memory’, Social and Cultural Geography 17 (8): 1120-1139.

Parkinson D, Duncan D, Joyce K, Jeffrey J, Archer F, Weiss C, Gorman-Murray A, McKinnon S and Dominey-Howes D (2016) Gender and Emergency Management (GEM) Guidelines: A Literature Review, available online at http://www.genderanddisaster.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/GEM-Literature-review-V2.pdf.

Healy S (2016) “Cooperation and Commoning to Secure Other Futures.” In Restructure: On Alternative Modes of Culture & Knowledge Production in Times of Shrinking Public Expenditure, edited by J.H. Brüggemeier and H. Davies, 7–27. Melbourne: Unlikely Publishing. ISBN: 978-0-9871189-8-1 (E-Book).

Gibson-Graham J.K, Cameron J and Healy S (2016) “Commoning as a Postcapitalist Politics.” In Releasing the Commons: Rethinking the Futures of the Commons, edited by A. Amin and P. Howell, 192–212.London: Routledge.

Dombroski K, McKinnon K, and Healy S (2016) “Beyond the Birth Wars: Diverse Assemblages of Care.” New Zealand Geographer 72(3): 230–39. DOI: 10.1111/nzg.12142.

Healy S (2016) “Saint Francis in Climate-Changing Times: Form of Life, the Highest Poverty, and Postcapitalist Politics.” Rethinking Marxism 28(3/4): 367–84. DOI: 10.1080/08935696.2016.1243422.

Burgess G and Morrison N (2016) `Improving housing outcomes: the value of advice and support for vulnerable older people’ Housing and Built Environment. 31 (2): 197-211

Morrison N and Xian S (2016) ‘High mountains and the faraway emperor: Overcoming barriers to citizen participation in China’s urban planning practices’ Habitat International 57 pp. 205-214

Morrison N (2016) ‘Institutional logics and organisational hybridity: English Housing Associations’ diversification into the private rented sector’, Housing Studies 31 (8) pp.897-915

Morrison N (2016) ‘Struggling for the right to be recognised: the informal settlement of Old Fadama, Accra, Ghana’ in K Brickell, M Fernández Arrigoitia, & A Vasudevan (eds) Geographies of Forced Eviction, Palgrave 25-45

Morrison N (2016) ‘Delivering affordable housing in England’s austere economic and Political climate’ Urbanistica 155: 216-136

Mencuccini M, Salmon Y, Mitchell P, Holtta T, Choat B, Meir P, O’Grady A, Tissue D, Zweifel R, Sevanto S, Pfautsch S (2016) An empirical method that separates irreversible stem radial growth from bark water content changes in trees: theory and case studies. Plant, Cell & Environment, DOI: 10.1111/pce.12863 (IF: 5.624; 13/222 Plant Science)

Pfautsch S (2016) Hydraulic anatomy and function of trees – basics and critical developments (Invited Review). Current Forestry Reports, DOI: 10.1007/s40725-016-0046-8 (IF: 3.548; 2/66 Forestry)

Liang J et al (Pfautsch S is #19 of 84 co-authors listed by contribution) (2016) Positive biodiversity-productivity relationship predominant in global forests. Science 354, DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf8957 (IF: 41.063; 2/69 Multidisciplinary Sciences)

Pfautsch S and Macfarlane C (2016) Comment on Wang et al. “Quantifying sapwood width for three Australian native species using electrical resistivity tomography”. Ecohydrology 9: 894-895 (IF: 2.755; 16/90 Water Resources)

Delzon S, Cochard H and Pfautsch S (2016) Indexing the indices: scientific publishing needs to undergo a revolution. Journal of Plant Hydraulics 3, e-009, DOI:10.20870/jph.2016.e009

Blackman C, Pfautsch S, Choat B, Delzon S, Gleason S and Duursma R (2016) Toward an index of desiccation time to tree mortality under drought. Plant, Cell & Environment 39: 2342–2345 (IF: 5.624; 13/222 Plant Science)

Pfautsch S, Macfarlane C, Harbusch M, Wesolowski A, Smith R, Boer M, Tjoelker M.G, Reich P and Adams M.A (2016) Vessel diameter and related hydraulic traits in 31 Eucalyptus species arrayed along a gradient of water availability (Data Paper). Ecology 97: 1626 (IF: 4.617; 20/158 Ecology)

Pfautsch S, Harbusch M, Wesolowski A, Smith R, Macfarlane C, Tjoelker M.G, Reich P.B and Adams M.A (2016) Climate determines vascular traits in the ecologically diverse genus Eucalyptus. Ecology Letters 19: 240–248 (IF: 8.699; 7/165 Ecology)

Pfautsch S (2016) Identifying gaps and opportunities to align multifaceted use of forests to scientific and ecological reality. Prepared for the Natural Resources Commission, Government of New South Wales

Pfautsch S (2016) The Montréal Process and its effects on sustainable use of forests in New South Wales. Prepared for the Natural Resources Commission, Government of New South Wales

Pfautsch S (2016) Leaf respiration in a warmer world is substantially lower than previously thought. Phytogen, March 2016

Pfautsch S (2016) Insights from an Australian icon. The Forester, February 2016, 16-17

Drake J, Vårhammar A, Kumarathunge D, Medlyn B, Pfautsch S, Tjoelker M (2016) Growth, leaf photosynthesis, leaf stem and root respiration, temperature, humidity, and photosynthetic photon flux density data for a glasshouse temperature experiment with Eucalyptus tereticornis. Western Sydney University. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4225/35/57e4bf22dd3ec

Power E.R (2016) Households and neighbourhoods in Huppatz, K, Hawkins, M, and Matthews, A, Identity and Belonging, Palgrave, pp 86-98.

Troy L, Rogers D, Power E.R, Pawson H, Iveson K, Crabtree L, Darcy M and Phibbs P. Sydney (2016) needs higher affordable housing targets, The Conversation, and syndicated to The Sydney Morning Herald, Domain, and others.

Power E.R (2016) As pet owners suffer rental insecurity, perhaps landlords should think again, The Conversation, and syndicated to ABC News, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Canberra Times, and others.

Power E.R, Gerard A, Paul, Christine, Fisher H, Reimer L, Crabtree L, Smith-Ruig, Theresa, (2016) Reimagining NSW: four ways to boost community well-being and why it matters. The Conversation.

Power E. R (2016) With the rise of apartment living, what’s a nation of pet owners to do?, The Conversation, and syndicated to SBS and others.

Power E.R and DeGabriel J (2016) Hidden housemates: when possums go bump in the night. The Conversation, and syndicated to Australian Geographic, Domain and others.

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