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Speer, J. and Goldfischer, E. (2019). The city is not innocent: Homelessness, survival, and the value of urban nature. Capitalism Nature Socialism. doi:10.1080/10455752.2019.1640756
Speer, J. (2018). Urban makeovers, homeless encampments, and the aesthetics of displacement. Social & Cultural Geography. 20(4): 575-595.
Hennigan, B. and Speer, J. (2018). Compassionate revanchism: The blurry geography of homelessness in the USA. Urban Studies. 56(5): 906-921.
Speer, J. (2018). The rise of the tent ward: Homeless camps in the era of mass incarceration. Political Geography. 62: 160-169.
Speer, J. (2017). “It's not like your home”: Homeless encampments, housing projects, and the struggle over domestic space. Antipode. 49(2): 517-535.
Speer, J. (2016). The right to infrastructure: A struggle for sanitation in Fresno, California homeless encampments. Urban Geography. 37(7): 1049-1069.