(1) Race, Gender and Inclusioncore-brooklyn

2017   “Black Lives Matter, Gentrification and the Security State in the San Francisco Bay Area”  Anthropological Theory (in a special issue, “Producing States of Security” Edited by Setha Low and Zoltán Glück)

2016.   “Occupy Movements: Gender and Sexuality.” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.

2015 “Shut It Down: Notes on the #blacklivesmatter Protests in Oakland, California.” FocaalBlog February 23

2014   “Making Space to Talk About Race” Brooklyn Historical Society blog. November.

2013  “Occupy Wall Street and a Radical Politics of Inclusion.” Sociological Quarterly Vol. 54. Issue 2. Pgs. 177-181.

2012  “Fieldnotes on Union Square, Anti-Oppression, and Occupy.”Cultural Anthropology, Hotspots online feature (edited by Maple Razsa and Jeffrey Juris). Feburary 14.

2012   “Why Race Matters After Sandy” (with Isabelle Nastasia) on Waging NonViolence  (, November.

2012  “Reflections on the People of Color Caucus at Occupy Wall Street.” Khatib, Kate, Margaret Killjoy, Mike McGuire eds. We are Many: Reflections on Movement Strategy from Occupation to Liberation, AK Press, Oakland. Pgs. 177-183.

2011  “Standing Up.” Blumenkranz, Carla, Keith Gessen, Mark Greif, Sarah Leonard, Sarah Resnick, Nikil Saval, Eli Schmitt, Astra Taylor eds. Occupy! Scenes from Occupied America. Verso, New York. Pgs. 34-40.

2011        What Makes Occupy Different: Inclusion in The Guardian UK ( November 15.

2011    So Real it Hurts: Notes on Occupy Wall Street”, October 3. [Republished in The Occupied Wall Street Journal; Left Turn; N+1]

 (2) Urban Space, Public Space DSCN4704

2018  The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project: Counter Cartography and Oral History towards Housing Justice in the Bay Area” (with Erin McElroy) Annals of the American Association of Geographers (in special issue “Social Justice and the City” edited by Nik Heynen)

2017  “San Francisco’s Tech-led Gentrification: Public Space, Protest and the Urban Commons ” in City Unsilenced: Urban Resistance and Public Space in the Age of Shrinking Democracy edited by Jeff Hou and Sabine Knierbein. Routledge, New York.

2014     ” Ballot Measure targeting AirBnb headed for November 2015 election (with Tim Redmond and Erin McElroy) on 48 Hills ( November 25.

2014  “Protest of Gentrification and Eviction Technologies in San Francisco.” Progressive Planning, No. 199. Pgs. 20-24.

2014  “Why Public Space Now: A Space for Democratic Practices.” (with Setha Low and Dimitris Dalakoglou) Occulus. Pgs. 24-25.

2012  “Occupy Ethnography: Reflections on Studying the Movement.” (with Zoltán Glück) Possible Futures: Dispatches, Social Science Research Council,, March 14.

2012  “What can we do in Public: Occupy and Challenges in Public Space.” Progressive Planning, Spring 2012. No. 191. Pgs. 20-24.

(3) Student Struggles

2014   “Organizing Against Empire: Struggles Over the Militarization of CUNY.” (with Zoltán Glück, Isabelle Natasia and Conor Tomas-Reed) The Berkeley Journal of Sociology. Vol. 58. Pgs. 51-58.

2013   “Hidden in Plain Sight: The Education Movement” (with Zoltán Glück, Isabelle Nastasia, Conor Tomas Reed) Tidal Magazine:Occupy Theory. February.

2012    How Students are painting Montreal Red (with Zoltán Glück) on Waging NonViolence (, May, 2012 [Republished in The Indypendent, Alternet, Common Dreams,Tikkun, Occupywallstreet.ent, Clarion]

 2011      Inside the Student Movement: Undeterred by Crackdown, Activists Around the Country Gear Up for Bigger Actions  AlterNet (, November 27.

(4) Occupy Wall Street

2018   “Occupy Wall Street: Or Finance Capital and its Discontents.” Neil Smith, Don Mitchell eds. Revolting New York, University of Georgia Press, Athens.

2012        “Actions and Demonstrations planned to Mark the 1st anniversary of Occupy Wall Street” AlterNet (, September 12.

2012         “Occupy Wall Street panel: has May Day made a difference?” (With Tom Hayen, Billy Talen, Rinku Sen, Janter Byrne, Hannah Appel) The Guardian UK, Wednesday May 2.

2012       What Has Occupy Been Up To? 6 Great Actions You Can’t Miss This Spring” in AlterNet (, March 13th

2012        Can OWS Take Down Bank of America? Waging NonViolence (, March 8th 2012 [Republished at Alternet ( and Nation of Change (]

2012     Why Occupy Wall Street Matters to Me and How it Can Continue to Matter: A Response to Esther Choi, in In Front and Center (, January 5th 2012 [Republished in Racialicious (]

2011   “Occupy Wall Street is Transforming its Participants, Our Country, and Democracy.” Hazen Don, Tara Lohan, Lynn Parramore eds. The 99%: How the Occupied Wall Street Movement is Changing America. Alternet, New York. Pgs. 50-55.

2011       A Day in the Movement (with Zoltán Glück), N+1 Magazine (, November 15.



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