Chatterton, P (2008 – forthcoming) Becoming a public scholar: academia and activism. Antipode. Invited contribution to special issue.
Chatterton, P. (2007) Using Geography to teach freedom and defiance. Lessons in social change from ‘Autonomous Geographies’. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. In press.
Pickerill, J and Chatterton, P. (2006) Notes towards autonomous geographies. Creation, resistance and self management as survival tactics. Progress in Human Geography. 30(6) p1-17
Gordon, N. and Chatterton, P. (2004) 'Taking back control: A journey through Argentina's popular uprising'
Hollands, R. and Chatterton, P. (2003) 'Producing Nightlife in the New Urban Entertainment Economy: Corporatisation, Branding and Market Segmentation', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, July Issue
Chatterton, P (2005) 'Give up activism' and change the world in unknown ways. Or, learning to walk with others on uncommon ground. Antipode. 38(2) p259-282
Chatterton, P (2005) Making Autonomous Geographies: Argentina’s popular uprising and the ‘Movimiento de Trabajadores Desocupados’ (Unemployed Workers Movement). Geoforum. Vol 36 pg 545-561.
Chatterton, P (2005) How to live when the war comes home. City. Vol 9.3. pg 351-356.
Chatterton, P. and R. Unsworth (2004). "Making space for culture(s) in Boomtown. Some alternative futures for development, ownership and participation in Leeds city centre." Local Economy November. P361-379
Hollands, R. and Chatterton, P. (2003) Producing Nightlife in the New Urban Entertainment Economy: Corporatisation, Branding and Market Segmentation. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. July Issue
Chatterton, P. (2002) Governing Nightlife: Profit, Fun and (Dis)Order in the Contemporary City. Entertainment Law, Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer 2002, pp.23-49
Chatterton, P. (2002) Be realistic. Demand the impossible'. Moving towards 'strong' sustainable development in an old industrial region? Regional Studies. Vol. 35, No 5. pp.552-561
Hollands, R. and Chatterton, P. (2002) Changing times for an old industrial city. Hard times, hedonism and corporate power in Newcastle's nightlife. City. Vol. 6, No. 3, pp291-317
Chatterton, P. (2002) 'Squatting is still legal, necessary and free'. A brief intervention in the corporate city. Antipode. 34, 1. pp.1-7
Chatterton, P. and Hollands, R. (2001) Theorising Urban Playscapes: Producing, Regulating and Consuming Youthful Nightlife City Spaces. Urban Studies, Vol. 39 No 1. pp.95-116
Chatterton, P. and Style, S. (2001) Putting sustainable development into practice? The role of local 'policy partnership networks'. Local Environment. Vol. 6, No 4. pp.439-452
Chatterton, P. and Goddard, J.B. (2000) The response of higher education institutions to regional needs. European Journal of Education. Vol. 35 No. 4, pp.475-496
Chatterton, P. (2000) Will the real creative city please stand up. City. 4, 3. pp.390-397
Chatterton, P. (2000) The cultural role of universities in the community. Revisiting the university-community debate. Environment and Planning A, 32, pp.165-181
Chatterton, P., Bradley, D. (2000) Bringing Britain together? The limitations of area based strategies in addressing deprivation. Local Economy. 15, 298-112
Chatterton, P. (1999) Exclusive Geographies: University students in the City, Geoforum, 30, pp117-133
Goddard, J.B. and Chatterton, P. (1999) Regional Development Agencies and the knowledge economy: Harnessing the potential of Universities. Environment and Planning C. 17, pp.685-699
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