P: DAVID HUGILL, 2015.

P: DAVID HUGILL, 2015.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

2019. “Racial Capitalism and the Production of Settler Colonial Cities”, Geoforum (in press) (with Heather Dorries and Julie Tomiak), https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S001671851930226X?via%3Dihub. PDF

2017. "What is a Settler-Colonial City?," Geography Compass, 11(5): 1-11. DOI: 10.1111/gec3.12315 (Published online May 2017). PDF

2016. "Metropolitan Transformation and the Colonial Relation: The Making of an "Indian Neighborhood" in Postwar Minneapolis." Middle West Review 2(2): 169-199. DOI: 10.1353/mwr.2016.0004 PDF

2016. "Settler Colonial Urbanism: Notes from Minneapolis and the Life of Thomas Barlow Walker." Settler Colonial Studies 6(3): 265-278. DOI: 10.1080/2201473X.2015.1061968 (Published online September 12, 2015). PDF

2014. "Born Again Urbanism: New Missionary Incursions, Aboriginal Resistance and Barriers to Rebuilding Relationships in Winnipeg's North End." Human Geography 7(1): 69-84 (with Owen Toews). PDF

BOOKS

2019 (Ed.). Settler City Limits: Indigenous Resurgence and Colonial Violence in the Urban Prairie West. University of Manitoba Press: Winnipeg (Canada) and Lansing: State University of Michigan Press (US). Edited byHeather Dorries, Robert Henry, David Hugill, Tyler McCreary and Julie Tomiak.

2010. Missing Women, Missing News: Covering Crisis in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Fernwood Publishing: Winnipeg and Halifax.

BOOK CHAPTERS

2019. “Comparative Settler Colonial Urbanisms: Racism and the Making of Inner-City Winnipeg and Minneapolis, 1940-1975” in Settler City Limits: Indigenous Resurgence and Colonial Violence in the Urban Prairie West. University of Manitoba Press: Winnipeg (Canada) and Lansing: State University of Michigan Press (US).

2017. "Colonial and Postcolonial Cities." In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, Wiley-Blackwell. PDF.

2017. "Ghetto." In The Blacwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, forthcoming, Wiley-Blackwell. PDF.

2016. "The Urban Dimension." In Canada Since 1960: A People's History, edited by Cy Gonick. Lorimer Press.

2014. "Dazed, Dangerous and Dissolute: Media Representations of Street-Level Sex Workers in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside." In Criminalizing Women: Gender and (In)Justice in Neoliberal Times, 2nd Edition. Fernwood Publishing.

 INTERVIEWS IN JOURNALS

2018. “You Get Exactly What You Fight For and Nothing More: Drug User Organizing in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside,” an interview with Ann Livingston. Upping the Anti 20 (with Michael C.K. Ma).

2012. "Reactivating the Social Body in Insurrectionary Times: In Dialogue with Franco 'Bifo' Berardi." Berkeley Planning Journal, 25(1) (with Elise Thorburn).

2011. "Revolutionary Ambition in an Age of Austerity: An Interview with Neil Smith." Upping the Anti 13. 

2011. "The Everyday Violence of Urban Neoliberalism: An Interview with Nik Theodore.Monthly Review (MR Zine), published online May 4 (with Peter Brogan).