Academic

 

Monographs

Protest, Property and the Commons – Performances of Law and Resistance (2016), Social Justice Books Series (London, Routledge)

Edited Collections

Art, Law, Power: Perspectives on Legality and Resistance in Contemporary Aesthetics, with Eleftheria Lekakis (Counterpress, 2020)

Articles

Voids, Vacuums and Loopholes – Escaping to the Heart of Law (Forthcoming), with Charlie Blake in ‘Holes’ Special Issue, Emotion, Space and Society

Forming the Legal Avant-Garde: A Theory of Art/Law (2019), Law Culture and the Humanities, https://doi.org/10.1177/1743872119871832

Squatters’ right – a case study on ‘legal movements’ theory (2017), Socialist Lawyer, 40-45

Beauty, Totality, Violent Law (2017), The Conscious Lawyer, 8-10

ArtLaw Network (2017), The Conscious Lawyer, 11-12

Letters on Legal Architecture (2016), with Leopold Lambert, ARCH+ Legislating Architecture, Berlin, May, 14-20, 14-21

Law in Numbers – The Poiesis of the Crowd (2014), Lo Squaderno (Crowded Spaces), 13-18

Fracking and the Legal and Extra-Legal in Planning Procedures (2014), Journal of Environmental Law and Planning, 1210-214

Responding to the Private Regulation of Dissent – Climate Change Action, Popular Justice and the Right to Protest (2013), 25, Journal of Environmental Law, 2, 293-304

Seeing Red – Entropy, Property and Resistance in the Summer Riots 2011 (2012), 23, Law and Critique, 3, 199-217

The Criminalisation of Squatting (2011), 50-51, Corporate Watch Magazine, 23-25

Finding Space for Resistance through Legal Pluralism – The Hidden Legality of the UK Social Centre Movement (2010), 60, Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, 31-52

An Anarchists Wetherspoons or Virtuous Resistance? Social Centres as MacIntyres Vision of Practice-based Communities (2008), 7, Philosophy of Management, 1, 21-32

Chapters

In Vacuums of Law We Find- Outsider Poiesis in Street Art and Graffiti (2019) in D. Chappell and S. Hufnagel (eds.) Art Crime Handbook (London, Palgrave MacMillan

Continua of (In)Justice (2018) in A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (ed.) Handbook of Law and Theory (London, Routledge) 104-123

Nonlinearity, autonomy and resistant law (2018) in T. Webb and S. Wheatley (eds.) Complexity Theory & Law: Mapping an Emergent Jurisprudence, Law, Science and Society Series (London, Routledge) 213-233

Speculative Entropy – Dynamism, Hyperchaos and the Fourth Dimension in Environmental Law Practice (2018) in A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos and V. Brooks (eds.) ‘Research Methods in Law Series (Handbook of Research Methods in Environmental Law)’ (London, Edward Elgar Publishing) 104-130

Time’s Up – Resisting Private Limitations on Rights to Housing and Protest (2016) in M. Vols and J. Sidoli del Ceno (eds.) Regulating the City: Contemporary Urban Housing Law (The Hague, Eleven Publishing) 81-107

The Changing Architectures of Adverse Possession and a Poltiical Aesthetics of Squatting (2014) in L. Fox-O’Mahony et al. (eds.) ‘’Vulnerable Demons’? Moral Rhetoric and the Criminalisation of squatting’ (London, Routledge) 204-223

Squatting in London – Squatters Rights and Legal Movement(s) (2014) in B. van der Steen and A. Katzeff (eds.) ‘The City is Ours’ (2014) (Oakland, PM Press) 207-231

The Case of the Naughty in Relation to Law (2013) in E. Loizidou (ed.) ‘Disobedience: Concept and Practice’ (London, Routledge) 83-97

An Epistolary Conversation with Léopold Lambert (2013) in ‘The Funambulist Papers: Volume 4’ (Brooklyn, Punctum Books) 9-22

Squats and Spaces Solidarity Day: The Globe as a Temporary Autonomous Zone (2008) in “What’s this Place? Stories from Radical Social Centres in the UK and Ireland”, ESRC funded project ‘Autonomous Geographies’ (Leeds, Footprints Woklers Co-Operative) 76-79

Book Reviews

Book Review Securitisation of Property Squatting (2014)Book Review Securitisation of Property Squatting (2014), Mary Manjikian, London, Routledge in ‘Journal of Urban Studies’, 51 (6), 1341-1344

Journalism

Who’s Guarding Property Guardians?, The Guardian, Friday 9 June 2010

Podcasts

Eminent Domain v Imminent Domain:  The Law and its Spatial Practices, published at http://www.archipelago.net

Online

Nowhere Left to Dance:  ScumTek, the Electronic Underground and Neoliberal Mainstreamism, (2016), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

Their Law:  The New Energies of UK Squats, Social Centres and Eviction Resistances in the Fight Against Expropriation (Part 2 of 2) (2015), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

Their Law:  The New Energies of UK Squats, Social Centres and Eviction Resistances in the Fight Against Expropriation (Part 1 of 2) (2015), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

Locating a Right to Protest (2014), published at www.democraticaudit.com

Letters on Legal Architecture (2013), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

The Law of the Commons:  Climate Change Protest in Buckfastleigh (2013), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

Architecture and the Law: An Epistolary Conversation with Dr. Lucy Finchett-Maddock in four letters (2013), published at http://www.funambulist.net

No Home for Squatters’ Rights:  Limitations and Legitimated Violence (2012), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

Burroughs Called the Law (2012), with Nathan Moore, published at http://www.ebsn.eu

Entropy, Law and Funambulism (2011), published at www.funambulist.net

To Dis or Not to Dis?  Disobedience in Relation to Naughty and Law’s Response (2011), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com and http://www.thefunambulist.net

Some Indonesian Recollections on Critical Legal Pluralism(2011), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

Critical Legal Pluralism and the Law of the Ulayat (2011), RUPES Working Paper

Trespassers Will and the Removal of the Other (2011), published at http://www.criticallegalthinking.com

The Memory and the Hope of Social Centres (2011), published at http://mujinga.net/protospace4

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