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

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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.

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

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

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.

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

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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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