Talks and seminars
Thanks and Feedback
Dr Jenny Pickerill
Department of Geography
University of Leicester
j.pickerill (at) leicester.ac.uk
are arranged by books,
articles, magazine articles, book chapters, reports, book reviews, and other writings. For
publications by research topic please select ‘Research projects’ on the
left-hand list of this screen.
J and Maxey, L (eds.). 2009. Low Impact Development: The future in our hands.
Gillan, K, Pickerill, J and Webster, F. 2008. Anti-War Activism: New Media and Protest.
Palgrave McMillan [available in paperback from 2011]
Pickerill, J. 2003. Cyberprotest: Environmental activism on-line,
Manchester University Press [available in paperback from 2010]
Chatterton, P and Pickerill, J. 2010.
In, against and beyond capitalism. The messy spaces, practices and
identities of everyday activism in the UK. Transactions
of the Institute of British Geographers, Volume 35, Issue 4, pages 475–490
The Autonomous Geographies Collective. 2010.
'Beyond Scholar activism: Making Strategic Interventions
Inside and Outside the Neoliberal University. ACME, 9, 2, http://www.acme-journal.org/Volume9-2.htm
Brown, G and 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
Pickerill, J. 2009. Symbolic production,
representation, and contested identities: Anti-war activism online. Information, Communication and Society,
12, 7, 969-993
Pickerill, J and Maxey, L. 2009. 'Geographies of sustainability: Low Impact Developments and spaces of
Compass 3, 4, 1515-1539
Pickerill, J. 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. 2008. 'Open access publishing: Hypocrisy and confusion
in geography’, Antipode
40, 5, 719-723
Gillan, K, Pickerill, J and Webster, F. 2008. The Information Environment of War.
Sociology Compass, 2, 6, 1833-1847
Pickerill, J. 2008. ‘A surprising sense of hope’ Antipode 40, 3, 719-723 (and Blackwell book: Being and Practicing Public
Gillan, K and Pickerill, J. 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
Pickerill, J. 2008. ‘From
Wilderness to WildCountry: The power of language
in environmental campaigns in Australia’ Environmental Politics, vol.17,
Pickerill, J. 2007. ‘Autonomy
on-line’: Indymedia and practices of
and Planning A, vol.39
Pickerill, J and Chatterton, P. 2006. ‘Notes towards autonomous geographies: creation, resistance and self
management as survival tactics' Progress in Human Geography, Vol.30, No.6: 1-17
Pickerill, J and Webster, F. 2006. ‘The Anti-War/Peace Movement in Britain and the conditions of
Information War' International
Relations, Vol.20, No.4: 407-423
Pickerill, J. 2006. ‘Radical politics on the net' Parliamentary Affairs, Vol.59, No.2:
Pickerill, J. 2004.‘Cyberprotest:
Environmental activism online’ The
Sociologist, no.1, pp.7-11.
Pickerill, J. 2001. ‘Environmentalists’ internet activism in Britain’ Peace Review, vol.13, no.3, San
J. 2000. ‘Spreading the green word? Using the internet for environmental
vol.21, no.1, pp.14-24.
J and Malthus, T, M. 1998. ‘Leak detection from rural aqueducts using
airborne remote sensing techniques’, The
International Journal of Remote Sensing, vol.19, no.12, pp.2427-2433.
Pickerill, J. 2012.
‘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. forthcoming. 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
Pickerill, J. 2011. We have to adapt culturally to
climate change, in Firth, L (ed.) Issues:
Tackling Climate Change, Key Stage 3, Independence
Educational Publishers. GCSE and
Pickerill, J and Maxey, L. 2011. Low Impact Development: radical housing
solutions from the grassroots. A.Davies (ed.) Enterprising communities: grassroots sustainability
Pickerill, J, Gillan, K and Webster, F. 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
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.
Gillan, K, Pickerill,
J and Webster, F. 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.
Pickerill, J. 2010. Geographies of Difference. Encyclopaedia of
Geography, Sage, London.
Pickerill, J. 2008. ‘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.
Millington, A and
Pickerill, J. 2004. ‘Environment
and Environmentalism’ in P.Daniels, M.Bradshaw, D.Shaw and J.Sidaway, Human
Geography: issues for the 21st Century. 2nd Edition. Pearson Education
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.
Pickerill, J. 2001. ‘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. 2000. ‘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,
J. 2009. ‘Reclaiming Radical Politics’ in Radical Politics Today Magazine, May. Available at: http://www.spaceofdemocracy.org/resources/publications/magazine/magazine.html
Pickerill, J. 2009. ‘A simple eco-house … a
C-Change sustainable home’ Ecology
Building Society News, March
Gillan, K and Pickerill, J. 2009.
‘Only connect’. Peace News, March,
2008. Dr Jenny Pickerill on: New Media and Protest.
Oxford Internet Institute Newsletter, September.
Pickerill, J and Farrant, M. 2008. ‘A self build ecohouse’
Green Building Magazine, 18, 3, 62-63.
J. 2008. ‘Two women, an ecobuild
and a full time job’. Permaculture Magazine. 58, 15-18
Pickerill, J. 2007. ‘Frontline: Reduce your carbon footprint
by living in an ecovillage’. Resurgence.
July/ August, 243
Chatterton, P, Maxey, L and Pickerill, J. 2007. ‘Alternative
home sweet home' Red
Pepper, April, 28
Pickerill, J and Maxey, L. 2007. ‘The Lammas
Low Impact Housing Development' Sustainability: The practical journal for green building, renewable
energy and sustainable communities, 1, 18-19.
Maxey, L, and Pickerill, J. 2007. ‘Lammas: Land and Liberty' The Land, 3, 35-36.
Maxey, L, Pickerill, J and Wimbush,
Opportunities For Low Impact Settlements' Permaculture Magazine, No.50: 32
J. 2010. Social and Economic Status Report for Mid Devon, Canonsleigh and Holcombe Rogus
Parish. Report prepared for Ecological Land Cooperative.
Pickerill, J, Webster, F and Gillan,
2007. ‘Muslim anti-war activism as positive political
House Briefing Paper ISP/NSC Briefing Paper 07/01, pp.2-5
J. 2007. Produce marketing report. Report prepared for
Lammas as part of ESRC-funded Autonomous Geographies Project,
Pickerill, J. 2006. Report on local economic activity in Glandwr and its surrounds, version 2.
Report prepared for Lammas as part of ESRC-funded Autonomous Geographies Project, 17th December
Pickerill, J. 2006. Report on Lammas public meeting, Glandwr, Wales. Report prepared for
Lammas as part of ESRC-funded Autonomous Geographies Project,
Pickerill, J. 2006. Social
and Economic Status of Crymych area, Wales.
Report prepared for Lammas as part of ESRC-funded Autonomous Geographies Project, 4th May
J and Szerszynski, B. 1999. E Contact from the consumer perspective: Qualitative Research
Report. Unpublished report by CSEC, Lancaster University, July.
Malthus, T and Pickerill, J. 1997. An evaluation of the use of airborne remote sensing to detect water
leaks from rural aqueducts. Report prepared for North West Water,
Pickerill, J. 2010. Resistance, Space
and Political Identities: The Making of Counter-Global Networks by Featherstone. Social Movement
Studies, 9, 3, 331-340
J. 2010. A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir by Donald Worster. Environmental
Politics, 19, 4, 667-688
J. 2010. Backyard: Nature and Culture in Suburban Australia by Lesley Head
and Pat Muir. Landscape Research,
35, 3, 386-388
Pickerill, J 2005. Unmaking Goliath: Community Control in the Face
of Global Capital by James DeFilippis.
Cities vol.22, no.4, pp.331-336.
Pickerill, J. 2003. Deglobalization: Ideas for a new world economy
by Walden Bello. Environmental
Politics, vol.12, no.4, p.149
Pickerill, J. 2002. Future Active: Media activism and the internet
by Graham Meikle. First Monday, November.
Pickerill, J. 2002. Anti-GenetiX: The emergence of the anti-GM
movement by Derrick Purdue. Environmental Politics, vol.11, no.4, p.147-8.
* Caring for Country Calendar 2007: Images from Australia
* Participatory research and internet activism.
Available from http://www.geog.le.ac.uk/orm/ethics/ethdebriefing.htm, 2006
* Savings the
trees? Protest spaces in Tasmania, Leicester Latitude,
* Coral Coast
Resort vs Coral Reef article
for Act Up Perth, June 2002
* Positive outcomes of the Woomera2002 actions
posted onto Melbourne Indymedia, 31st March 2002
* Book review of
'A Friend of the Earth' by T.C.Boyle, 2001
* 'Doing your
own thing (with a little book of help)' Happenings (Curtin
University Humanities Postgraduate newsletter), vol.3, no.3, July 2001
updated: 8th November 2011