Iain A. Biggs. 2009. Art as Research: Creative Practice and Academic Authority: A project-based examination of the politics of art-led research in a doctoral context VDM Verlag Dr. Muller Aktiengesellschaft & Co.
Iain A. Biggs. 2009. ‘Song and the Presence of Absent Communities’, Journal of Arts and Communities 1 (1): 7-23.
Julian Jonker and Karen E. Till. 2009. ‘Mapping and excavating spectral traces in post-apartheid Cape Town’, Memory Studies 2(3): 1–33.
Gerry Kearns. 2009. Geopolitics and Empire: the legacy of Halford Mackinder (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Winner of the 2010 Murchison Award of the Royal Geographical Society for the ‘publication judged to have contributed most to geographical science in preceding recent years’.
Gerry Kearns and Simon Reid-Henry. 2009. ‘Vital geographies: life, luck and the human condition’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (3): 554-574.
David Littlefield. 2009. Liverpool One: Remaking a city centre (London: John Wiley & Sons).
Mary Modeen. Ahi Ka: Homefires Burning in Debatable Lands, Vol .II, Iain Biggs, Ed. Bristol, England: Wild Conversations Press. Book chapter with images and sound files on cd-rom. ISBN 979-0-9560266-3-7.
Karen E. Till and Julian Jonker. 2009 ‘Spectral Ground in New Cities: Memorial Cartographies of Cape Town and Berlin’ in Uta Staiger, Henriette Steiner and Andrew Webber (eds.) Memory Culture and the Contemporary City: Building Sites (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan)pp. 85-105.
Karen E. Till. 2009. ‘Re/Staging the City: Artistic Urban Encounters’ in Thea Brejzik, Wolfgang Greisenegger and Lawrence Wallen Eds. Space and Truth/Raum und Wahrheit: Monitoring Scenography 2, (Zurich: Zurich University of the Arts/Züricher Hochscule der Künste (ZHdK)) pp 114-125.
Annette Watson and Karen E. Till. 2009. ‘Ethnography and Participant Observation’ in Stuart Aitken, Dydia DeLyser, Steve Herbert, Mike Crang and Linda McDowell Eds. Handbook of Qualitative Geography (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) pp 255-294.
Judith Tucker. 2009. ‘Belated Landscapes: A Second-Generation Aesthetic Practice in a British Context’, Journal for the Study of British Cultures 16 (January): 41-56.