When possible, I share my articles on Research Gate.

Changing LGBT and queer urban spaces: Toronto, Canada and Sydney, Australia

Journal Articles

Nash, C.J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2017). Sexualities, subjectivities and urban spaces: A case for assemblage thinking (Viewpoint). Gender, Place and Culture 24(11): 1521-1529.

Gorman-Murray, A, and C. J. Nash (2017). Changing geographies of LGBT consumption and leisure space in the neoliberal city. Urban Studies 54(3): 786-805.

Gorman-Murray, A., S. McKinnon, D. Dominey-Howes and C. J. Nash (2017). Listening and Learning: Giving Voice to Trans Experiences of Disasters. Gender, Place & Culture 1-22.

Laliberté, N., Catungal, J. P., Castleden, H., Keeling, A., Momer, B., and C. J. Nash (2015). Teaching the geographies of Canada: Reflections on pedagogy, curriculum, and the politics of teaching and learning. The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 59(4): 519-531.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2015). Historical geographies of gay villages: the case of Toronto and Sydney. Historical Geographies 43: 84-105.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2015). Lesbians in the City: Mobilities and Relational Geographies. Journal of Lesbian Studies 19 (2): 173-191.

Gorman-Murray, A. and C. J. Nash. (2014). Mobile places, relational spaces: conceptualizing an historical geography of Sydney’s LGBTQ neighbourhoods. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32(4): 622-641.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2014). LGBT Neighbourhoods and ‘new mobilities’: towards understanding transformations in sexual and gendered urban landscapes International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38 (3): 756-772.

 

Book Chapters

 

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (Under Review). 'LGBT place management: Representative politics and Toronto's gay village,' in Manon Tremblay (ed.) LGBT and Electoral Politics in Canada (submitted July, 2016).

P. Hubbard, A. Gorman-Murray & C.J. Nash (2016). ‘Sex and the city: sexuality and urban order/disorder’, in J. R. Short (ed.) Research Agenda for Cities, Edward Elgar.  

Gorman- Murray, A. and C. J. Nash (2016). 'Mobile sexualities: Section introduction,' in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities. Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 195-200.

Gorman-Murray, A. and C. J. Nash (2016). 'LGBT Communities, Identities and the Politics of Mobility: Moving from Visibility to Recognition in Contemporary Urban Landscapes,' in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities. Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 247-253.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2016). Digital Sexualities: Section Introduction, in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 353-357.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2016). 'Digital Technologies and Sexualities in Urban Space,' in Kath Browne and Gavin Browne (eds) Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities. Ashgate Publishing: London, pp. 399-405.

Nash, C. J. and A. Gorman-Murray (2015). 'Lesbians’ transitional spaces: Insights from Toronto and Sydney', in Petra Doan (ed.) Planning and LGBTQ Communities: The need for inclusive queer spaces.  Routledge.

Gorman-Murray, A., P. Hubbard and C.J. Nash (2015). 'Cities and sexualities', in John DeLatamer and Rebecca F. Plante (eds), Handbook of Sexualities. Springer.

Gorman-Murray, A. and C. J. Nash (2014) 'Queering religion, religious queers: a geographical commentary' in Y. Taylor and Ria Snowdon (eds) Queering religion, religious queers London and New York: Routledge, pp. xxiii.