Here are links to selected publications. If you hit a paywall, or do not have access to a university library, please contact me: email@example.com
The Archive and the Square: Access to Archival Records Surrounding Privatized Public Space, The Professional Geographer, 2022.
“User fees and the permeability of public space at municipal pools and bathhouses in New York City, 1870 – present,” Urban Geography, October 2018.
“Goodbye to the National Endowment for the Arts?,” Arts and International Affairs, 2:3. Autumn/Winter 2017.
“On being groped and staying quiet. Or, what kind of place an airplane can be,” Gender, Place and Culture.
“From Paidia to Ludus: New York City Municipal Pools and the infrastructure of play,” Social Science History. 29:3.
Review of Globes – 400 Years of Exploration, Navigation, and Power by Sylvia Sumira (2014), Historical Geography.
“Hardening Racial Lines in Public Space. A Comment on the McKinney Pool Episode,” Metropolitics, July 7, 2015.
“Paying to Play in the Mission District,” Metropolitics. February 16, 2015.
Review of Tim Cresswell’s “Geographic Thought: A Critical Introduction,” Journal of Critical Geography (2014)
Review of Martin Melosi’s “Precious Commodity,” Journal of Urban Technology (2011)
New York Times Letter to the Editor: “Raising Public Recreation Fees in New York,” December 19, 2010
Rios, Michael and Naomi Adiv. (2010) Geographies of Diaspora
Master’s Thesis Blog: Beating the Bounds