2017. The City is the Factory: New Solidarities and Spatial Tactics in an Urban Age. Cornell University Press. Co-edited with Penny Lewis.

2014. Crisis Cities: Disaster and Redevelopment in New York and New Orleans. Oxford University Press. Co-authored with Kevin Fox Gotham.

2008. Branding New York: How a City in Crisis was Sold to the World. Routledge.

Chapters in Books

Forthcoming 2017. “Situating Sustainability in the Luxury City: Toward a Critical Urban Research Agenda,” in Julie Sze ed., Sustainability Now! Sustainability How?  Situating Sustainability through Interdisciplinary and Social Justice Perspectives. New York University Press.

2017. “Radical Ruptures: Crisis Organizing and the Spatial Politics of Uneven Redevelopment,” in Miriam Greenberg and Penny Lewis, eds., The City is the Factory: New Solidarities and Spatial Tactics in an Urban Age. Cornell University Press.

2015. “The Sustainability Edge: Crisis, Competition, and the Rise of Green City Branding,” in  Cynthia Isenhour et al., eds, Sustainability in the Global City: Myth and Practice. Cambridge University Press.

2010. “Luxury and Diversity: Re-branding New York in the Age of Bloomberg,” in Melissa Aronczyc and Devon Powers, eds., Blowing up the Brand: Critical Perspectives on Promotional Culture. Peter Lang.

2007. “Marketing the City in Crisis: Branding and Restructuring New York City in the 1970’s and Post 9/11 Era,” in Kevin Hetherington and Anne Cronin, eds., Consuming the Entrepreneurial City: Image, Memory, Spectacle. Routledge.

Journal Articles:

2014. “The Disaster Inside the Disaster: Hurricane Sandy and Post-Crisis Redevelopment.New Labor Forum, Vol 23, Issue 1.

2013. “What on Earth is Sustainable? Toward Critical Sustainability Studies.Boom: A Journal of California.

2008. “From 9/11 to 8/29: Post-Disaster Response and Recovery in New York and New Orleans.” Social Forces. Co-authored with Kevin Fox Gotham.

2003. “The Limits of Branding: The World Trade Center, Fiscal Crisis, and the Marketing of Recovery.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.  Vol. 27, Number 2, June.