All journal articles published by GenUrb will be made available through open access within a year of publication. Visit our YorkSpace page here for access.
Maria Esther Pozo and Sonia Pardo Burgoa. Urbanizacion. Genero Y El Sur Global: Una Red de Concocimiento Transformadora (GenUrb) – Datos de Municipo Sacaba. In Spanish. 2017.
Lens in Bloom: A Photography Journal by Community X Women. Published by GenUrb (70 Copies). Published in Mandarin by GenUrb. 2019. Link to book.
Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin. “‘The city of our dream’: Owambe urbanism and low-income women’s resistance in Ibadan, Nigeria”. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 43(3), 423-441. 2019.
Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin. “Mothering, urbanization and Africa”, in O’Brien Hallestein, L, O’Reilly, A. & Vandenbeld Giles, M. (Eds), The Routledge Companion to Motherhood. Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge. (Invited contribution). 2019.
Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin and Linda Peake. “Tiwa’s Morning”, in Lancione, M. and McFarlane, C. (Eds.), (Forthcoming, 2021),The Handbook of Global Urbanism: Essays on the City and its Futures. London: Routledge. 2020-21.
Nasya Razavi. “Women in Cities: the Nexus between SDG 5 & SDG 11.” The Encyclopedia of UN Sustainable Development Goals. July 2020.
Elsa Koleth and Cristina Temenos. “Let them sing!” The paradoxes of gender mainstreaming in urban policy and urban scholarship. Urban Geography. March 2021 (will be available with open access March 12, 2022. See here).
Linda Peake, Elsa Koleth, darren patrick, Gokboru Sarp Tanyildiz and Rajyashree N. Reddy. A Feminist Urban Theory for Our Time: Rethinking Social Reproduction and the Urban. Wiley. July 2021.
Penn Tsz Ting Ip, Zhang Yu and Liu Xi. The Ordinary Women: Qualitative Research on Workers’ New Villages in Shanghai. Published by Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing House. December 2021.
Penn Tsz Ting Ip. Pandemic Lessons From Shanghai’s Socialist Housing Projects. Sixth Tone. March 2022.
Nasya S. Razavi, Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin, Swagata Basu , Anindita Datta, Karen de Souza, Penn Tsz Ting Ip, Elsa Koleth, Joy Marcus, Faranak Miraftab, Beverley Mullings, Sylvester Nmormah, Bukola Odunola, Sonia Pardo Burgoa, and Linda Peake. Everyday urbanisms in the pandemic city: a feminist comparative study of the gendered experiences of Covid-19 in Southern cities. Social and Cultural Geography. July 2022.