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Tyszczuk, Renata; Smith, Joe; Clark, Nigel and Butcher, Melissa eds. (2012). ATLAS: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World. London: Black Dog Publishing.

Clark, Nigel (2011). Inhuman Nature: Sociable Life on a Dynamic Planet. Theory Culture & Society. London: Sage.

Clark, Nigel (2010). Ex-orbitant generosity: gifts of love in a cold cosmos. Parallax, 16(1) pp. 80–95. file

Clark, N. H. (2010). Volatile worlds, vulnerable bodies: Confronting abrupt climate change. Theory, Culture & Society, 27(2-3) pp. 31–53. file

Clark, Nigel (2010). Acquiescence: fluid realities and planned retreat. Reading Room: A Journal of Art and Culture, 4 pp. 42–59. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Dikec, Mustafa; Clark, Nigel and Barnett, Clive eds. (2009). Extending Hospitality: Giving Space, Taking Time. Paragraph Special Issues. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Dikeç, Mustafa; Clark, Nigel and Barnett, Clive (2009). Extending Hospitality: Giving Space, Taking Time. In: Dikeç, Mustafa; Clark, Nigel and Barnett, Clive eds. Extending Hospitality: Giving Space, Taking Time. Paragraph Special Issues, 32 (1). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1–14.

Clark, Nigel (2008). Aboriginal cosmopolitanism. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 32(3) pp. 737–744. file

Clark, Nigel (2007). Living through the tsunami: vulnerability and generosity on a volatile earth. Geoforum, 38(6) pp. 1127–1139. file

Clark, Nigel (2007). Thing Theory. Human Studies: A Journal for Philosophy and the Social Sciences, 30(4) pp. 471–477. file

Smith, Joe; Clark, Nigel and Yusoff, Kathryn (2007). Interdependence. Geography Compass, 2 pp. 340–359. file

Clark, Nigel (2007). Animal interface: the generosity of domestication. In: Cassidy, Rebecca and Mullin, Molly eds. Where the wild things are now: domestication reconsidered. Wenner-Gren International Symposium Series. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers, pp. 49–70. file

Clark, Nigel (2006). Offering. Space and Culture, 9(1) pp. 100–102. file

Clark, Nigel (2005). Disaster and generosity. Geographical Journal, 171(4) pp. 384–386.

Clark, Nigel (2005). Ex-orbitant globality. Theory, Culture & Society, 22(5) pp. 165–185. file

Clark, Nigel (2004). Feral ecologies: performing life on the colonial periphery. In: Szerszynski, Bronislaw; Heim, Wallace and Waterton, Claire eds. Nature performed: environment, culture and performance. Sociological Review Monographs. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

Brandon, Mark A. and Clark, N. H. eds. (2003). Environmental Changes: Global Challenges. Milton Keynes, UK: Open University Worldwide.

Clark, Nigel and Stephenson, Nick (2003). Care in the time of catastrophe: citizenship, community and the ecological imagination. Journal of Human Rights, 2(2) pp. 235–246. file

Clark, Nigel (2002). The Demon-Seed: Bioinvasion as the Unsettling of Environmental Cosmopolitanism. Theory, Culture & Society, 19(1-2) pp. 101–125. file

Clark, Nigel (2001). Infectious rhythms. In: Smith, Allan ed. Bright paradise: exotic history and sublime artifice. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, pp. 24–31. file

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