Eco-homes: People, place and politics. Pickerill, J. 2016. Zed Books, London.
Research Ethics and Social Movements: Scholarship, Activism & Knowledge Production. Gillan, K and Pickerill, J (eds.) 2015. Routledge, London
Anti-War Activism: New Media and Protest in the Information Age. Palgrave McMillan, Gillan, K, Pickerill, J and Webster, F. 2008 [available in paperback from 2011]
Cyberprotest: Environmental activism online. Manchester University Press, Pickerill, J. 2003. [available in paperback from 2010]
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Black and green: the future of Indigenous–environmentalist relations in Australia. Environmental Politics. Pickerill, J, 2018 (online early)
What are we fighting for? Ideological posturing and anarchist geographies. Dialogues in Human Geography. Pickerill, J. 2017, 7, 3, 251-256
Beyond electoralism: reflections on anarchy, populism, and the crisis of electoral politics. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies. A Collective of Anarchist Geographers, 2017, 16, 4, 607-642
Critically Interrogating Eco-Homes. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. Pickerill, J. 2017, 41, 2, 353–365
Making space for disability in eco-housing and eco-communities. The Geographical Journal, Bhakta, A and Pickerill, J. 2016, 182, 4, 406–417
Cold comfort? Reconceiving the practices of bathing in British self-build eco-homes. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Pickerill, J, 2015, 105, 5, 1061-1077
Bodies, building and bricks: Women architects and builders in eight eco-communities in Argentina, Britain, Spain, Thailand and USA. Gender, Place and Culture. Pickerill, J, 2015, 22, 7, 901-919
The timeliness of impact: Impacting who, when, and for whose gain? ACME, 13, 1, 24-26, Pickerill, J. 2014
Epistemologies of participation, or what do critical human geographers know that’s of any use? Antipode, 45, 2, 252-255, Mason, K, Brown, G and Pickerill, J. 2013
The buildings of Ecovillages: Exploring the processes and practices of eco-housing. Rachel Carson Center Perspectives, 8, 99-110, Pickerill, J. 2012
Why does Occupy matter? Social Movement Studies: Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest, 11, 3-4, 279-287, Pickerill, J and Krinsky, J. 2012
Reanimating Anarchist Geographies: A New Burst of Colour. Antipode, 44, 5, 1591–1604, Springer, S, Ince, A, Brown, G, Pickerill, J and Barker, A, J. 2012
Radicalising relationships to and through shared geographies: Why anarchists need to understand Indigenous connections to land and place. Antipode, 44, 5, 1705–1725, Barker, A, J and Pickerill, J. 2012
The difficult and hopeful ethics of research on and with social movements. Social Movement Studies: Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest, 11:2, 133-143, Gillan, K and Pickerill, J. 2012
Holding the Future Together: towards a theorisation of the spaces and times of transition. Environment and Planning A 44 (7), pages 1607 – 1623, Brown, G, Kraftl, P, Pickerill, J and Upton, C. 2012
In, against and beyond capitalism. The messy spaces, practices and identities of everyday activism in the UK. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 35, 4, 475–490, Chatterton, P and Pickerill, J. 2010
Beyond Scholar activism: Making Strategic Interventions Inside and Outside the Neoliberal University. ACME, 9, 2, http://www.acme-journal.org/Volume9-2.htm, The Autonomous Geographies Collective. 2010
Symbolic production, representation, and contested identities: Anti-war activism online. Information, Communication and Society, 12, 7, 969-993, Pickerill, J. 2009
Editorial: Activism and emotional sustainability. Emotion, Space and Society, 2, 1, 1-3, Brown, G and Pickerill, J. 2009
Space for emotion in the spaces of activism. Emotion, Space and Society, 2, 1, 24-35, Brown, G and Pickerill, J. 2009
Geographies of sustainability: Low Impact Developments and radical spaces of innovation, Geography Compass, 3, 4, 1515-1539, Pickerill, J and Maxey, L. 2009
Finding common ground? Spaces of dialogue and the negotiation of Indigenous interests in environmental campaigns in Australia, Geoforum, 40, 1, 66-79, Pickerill, J. 2009
Open access publishing: Hypocrisy and confusion in geography, Antipode, 40, 5, 719-723, Pickerill, J. 2008
The surprising sense of hope, Antipode 40, 3, 482-487 (and Blackwell book: Practising Public Scholarship), Pickerill, J. 2008
The Information Environment of War. Sociology Compass, 2, 6, 1833-1847, Gillan, K, Pickerill, J and Webster, F. 2008
Transnational anti-war activism: solidarity, diversity and the internet in Australia, Britain and the United States after 9/11. Australian Journal of Political Science, 43, 1, 59-78, Gillan, K and Pickerill, J. 2008
From wilderness to WildCountry: the power of language in environmental campaigns in Australia. Environmental Politics, 17, 1, 93-102, Pickerill, J. 2008
‘Autonomy on-line’: Indymedia and practices of alter-globalisation. Environment and Planning A, 39, 11, 2668-2684, Pickerill, J. 2007
The Anti-War/Peace Movement in Britain and the conditions of Information War. International Relations, 20, 4, 407-423, Pickerill, J and Webster, F. 2006
Notes towards autonomous geographies: creation, resistance and self management as survival tactics. Progress in Human Geography, 30, 6: 1-17, Pickerill, J and Chatterton, P. 2006
Radical politics on the net. Parliamentary Affairs, Vol.59, No.2, pp.266-282, Pickerill, J. 2006
Environmentalists’ internet activism in Britain. Peace Review, 13, 3, San Francisco, 365-370, Pickerill, J. 2001
Spreading the green word? Using the internet for environmental campaigning. ECOS, 21, 1, 14-24, Pickerill, J. 2000
Leak detection from rural aqueducts using airborne remote sensing techniques, The International Journal of Remote Sensing, 19, 12, 2427-2433, Pickerill, J and Malthus, T, M. 1998
Affordable eco-homes: Low Income Environmental Solutions. Winston Churchill Policy Report, Pickerill, J. 2011
How social movements and political activism work, Theory Piece for DSTL, Ministry of Defence, Pickerill, J. 2009
Muslim anti-war activism as positive political engagement, Chatham House Briefing Paper ISP/NSC Briefing Paper 07/01, 2-5, Pickerill, J, Webster, F and Gillan, K. 2007
The Environment in Wilson and Darling (eds.) Research Ethics for Human Geography. SAGE. Pickerill, J. submitted.
Eco-Homes for all: Why the socio-cultural matters in encouraging eco-building in Benson and Hamiduddin (eds.) Self-Build Homes. UCL Press, London. Pickerill, J. forthcoming.
Radical Geography. The Wiley-AAG International Encyclopaedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, Pickerill, J. 2017.
The Environment and Environmentalism in P.Daniels, M.Bradshaw, D.Shaw and J.Sidaway, Human Geography: issues for the 21st Century. 5th Edition. Pearson Education Limited, Essex. Howell, R and Pickerill, J. forthcoming
Building the commons in eco-communities in L.Dawney (ed.) Space, power and the making of the commons. Routledge, London. Pickerill, J. 2015.
Who builds the house? In Bunker, S, Coates, C, Dennis, J and How, J (eds.) Low Impact Living Communities in Britain. A Diggers and Dreamers Review. D&D Publications, London. Pickerill, J. 2014.
Various contributions of text and photographs. In J.Birnbaum Fox and L.Fox (ed.) Sustainable [R]evolution: Permaculture in Ecovillages, Urban Farms and Communities Worldwide. North Atlantic Books. Pickerill, J. 2014
Permaculture in practice: Low Impact Development in Britain. J. Lockyer and J. Veteto (eds.) Localizing Environmental Anthropology: Bioregionalism, Permaculture, and Ecovillage Design for a Sustainable Future. Berghahn Books. Pickerill, J. 2012
The Environment and Environmentalism, in P.Daniels, M.Bradshaw, D.Shaw and J.Sidaway, Human Geography: issues for the 21st Century. 4th Edition. Pearson Education Limited, Essex, Pickerill, J. 2012
We have to adapt culturally to climate change, in Firth, L (ed.) Issues: Tackling Climate Change, Key Stage 3, Independence Educational Publishers. GCSE and A-Level textbook. Pickerill, J. 2011
Low Impact Development: radical housing solutions from the grassroots. A. Davies (ed.) Enterprising communities: grassroots sustainability innovations. Emerald. Pickerill, J and Maxey, L. 2011
Scales of Activism: New Media and Transnational Connections in Anti-War Movements. Cottle, S and Lester, L (eds.) Transnational Protests and the Media. Peter Land Publishing, Pickerill, J, Gillan, K and Webster, F. 2011
Building liveable cities; urban Low Impact Developments as low carbon solutions? In Harriet Bulkeley, Vanesa Castán Broto, Mike Hodson and Simon Marvin, Cities and Low Carbon Transitions, Routledge. Pickerill, J. 2010
Campaigning in a Changing Information Environment: the Anti-War and Peace Movement in Britain, in Jeremy Husinger, Matthew Allen and Lisbeth Klastrup (eds), International Handbook of Internet Research (Springer). Chapter 27. Gillan, K, Pickerill, J and Webster, F. 2010
Geographies of Difference. Encyclopaedia of Geography, Sage, London, Pickerill, J. 2010
Valuing the Environment, in P.Daniels, M.Bradshaw, D.Shaw and J.Sidaway, Human Geography: issues for the 21st Century. 3rd Edition. Pearson Education Limited, Essex, Pickerill, J. 2008
Environment and Environmentalism in P.Daniels, M.Bradshaw, D.Shaw and J.Sidaway, Human Geography: issues for the 21st Century. 2nd Edition. Pearson Education Limited, Essex, Millington, A and Pickerill, J. 2004
Rethinking political participation: Experiments in internet activism in Australia and Britain, in R.Gibson, A.Roemmele and S.Ward, Electronic Democracy: Mobilisation, Organisation and Participation via new ICTs. Routledge, London, Pickerill, J. 2004
Weaving a green web: Environmental protest and computer mediated communication in Britain, in F.Webster, Culture and Politics in the Information Age, Routledge, London, pp.142-166, Pickerill, J. 2001
Pressure Groups, New Social Movements and New ICTs: Greens and the Net, in S.Ward and R.Gibson, Reinvigorating Government? British Politics and the Internet, Ashgate, Aldershot, Pickerill, J. 2000
Enlivening and reshaping anarchist geographies. Geopolitics, 22, 2, 474-480. Pickerill, J. 2017.
The Birth of an Ecovillage: Adventures in an alternative work by Paul Wimbush. Permaculture Magazine. Pickerill, J. 2012.
Resistance, Space and Political Identities: The Making of Counter-Global Networks by Featherstone. Social Movement Studies, 9, 3, 331-340, Pickerill, J. 2010.
A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir by Donald Worster. Environmental Politics, 19, 4, 667-688, Pickerill, J. 2010.
Backyard: Nature and Culture in Suburban Australia by Lesley Head and Pat Muir. Landscape Research, 35, 3, 386-388, Pickerill, J. 2010.
Unmaking Goliath: Community Control in the Face of Global Capital by James DeFilippis. Cities, 22, 4, 331-332, Pickerill, J. 2005.
Deglobalization: Ideas for a new world economy by Walden Bello. Environmental Politics, 12, 4, 149, Pickerill, J. 2003.
Anti-GenetiX: The emergence of the anti-GM movement by Derrick Purdue. Environmental Politics, 11, 4, 147-8, Pickerill, J. 2002.
How to work a 37 hour week. Times Higher Education. Pickerill, J. 2018, 24th May
Building Collectively Is Greener, Easier, and Cheaper. Communities Magazine. Pickerill J. 2018, summer edition
‘Time together can feel like time apart, when your focus on work is so intense you struggle to wind down’ in ‘Married to the(ir) job: living with an academic: Scholars and their significant others share the good, the bad and the ugly’, Times Higher Education, 20th October, Pickerill, J. 2016
International Women’s Day: being female in academia. Times Higher Education. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/blog/international-womens-day-being-female-academia, Pickerill, J. 2016
Building community and learning from failure. Communities Magazine, Spring, Pickerill, J and Hayward, R, 2016, Number 170, pp.34-36
Boss for a day: What I would do if I was VC for a day. Times Higher Education, 11th June, p.45, Pickerill, J. 2015
10 Tips for Building Together. Permaculture Magazine. Hayward, R and Pickerill, J. 2015.
Learning from eco-villages. Peace News, Feb/March, Pickerill, J. 2015
How to avoid interview pitfalls. Times Higher Education, 8th January. Pickerill, J. 2015.
Construyendo eco-viviendas asequibles en todo el mundo [Building more affordable eco-housing worldwide], Eco-Habitar Magazine, January, no.44, Pickerill, J. 2015.
Who Builds the Houses? Gender in Eco-Communites. Pickerill, J. 2014 . Communities Magazine.
What is stopping us building more eco-houses?. Pickerill, J. 2011. Permaculture Online.
We have to adapt culturally to climate change. Pickerill, J. 2011. Leicester Exchanges blog. Reprinted in GCSE and A-Level textbook: Firth, L (ed.) Issues: Tackling Climate Change (2011) Key Stage 3, Independence Educational Publishers.
The dangers of measuring well-being and happiness. Pickerill, J. 2011. Leicester Exchanges blog.
Home Truths. Pickerill, J. 2011. Clay Technology, February/ March, 6-7.
Reclaiming Radical Politics. Pickerill, J. 2009. Radical Politics Today Magazine, May.
A simple eco-house … a C-Change sustainable home. Pickerill, J. 2009. Ecology Building Society News, March
Only connect. Gillan, K and Pickerill, J. 2009. Peace News, March, 10
A self build ecohouse. Pickerill, J and Farrant, M. 2008. Green Building Magazine, 18, 3, 62-63.
Two women, an ecobuild and a full time job. Pickerill, J. 2008. Permaculture Magazine. 58, 15-18
Frontline: Reduce your carbon footprint by living in an ecovillage. Pickerill, J. 2007. Resurgence. July/ August, 243
Alternative home sweet home. Chatterton, P, Maxey, L, and Pickerill, J. 2007. Red Pepper, April, 28
The Lammas Low Impact Housing Development. Pickerill, J, and Maxey, L, 2007. Sustainability: The practical journal for green building, renewable energy and sustainable communities, 1, 18-19
Lammas: Land and Liberty. Maxey, L, and Pickerill, J. 2007. The Land, Spring, 3, 35-36
New Planning Opportunities For Low Impact Settlements. Maxey, L, Pickerill, J and Wimbush, P 2006, Permaculture Magazine, 50, 32