Back, L. (2007). The art of listening. London: Berg.
Back, L., & Puwar, N. (2012). A manifesto for live methods: provocations and capacities. The Sociological Review, 60(Supplement 1), 6–17.
Bakhtin, M. (1981). The dialogic imagination: four essays. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Belfiore, E., & Bennett, O. (2010). The social impact of the arts: an intellectual history. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bhambra, G. K. (2013). The possibilities of, and for, global sociology. In J. Go (Ed.), Postcolonial sociology: political power and social theory (pp. 295–314). Bingley: Emerald Publishing Group.
Bishop, C. (2004). Antagonism and relational aesthetics. October Magazine, 110, 51–79.
Bishop, C. (2006). The social turn: collaboration and its discontents. Artforum: 178–183.
Bishop, C. (2012). Artificial hells: participatory art and the politics of spectatorship. London: Verso.
Bourdieu, P., & Waquant, L. (1992). An invitation to reflexive sociology. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Bourriaud, N. (2002). Relational aesthetics. Dijon: Les Presses du réel.
Braden, S. (1978). Artists and people. London: Routledge.
Bradley, W., & Esche, C. (Eds.). (2008). Art and social change: a critical reader. London: Tate.
Braithwaite, J. (2005). For public social science. The British Journal of Sociology, 56(3), 345–353.
Burawoy, M. (2005). For public sociology. American Sociological Review, 70(1), 4–28.
Burawoy, M., & von Holdt, K. (2012). Conversations with Bourdieu: the Johannesburg moment. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.
Calhoun, C. (2005). The promise of public sociology. The British Journal of Sociology, 56(3), 355–363.
Campkin, B., Melhuish, C., & Ross, R. (Eds.). (2014). Heritage and renewal in Doha: urban pamphleteer #4. London: UCL Urban Laboratory.
Chase-Dunn, C. (2005). Global public social science. American Sociologist, 36(3–4), 121–132.
Connell, R. W. (2007). Southern theory: social science and the global dynamics of knowledge. Cambridge: Polity.
Davis, M. (1990). City of quartz: excavating the future in Los Angeles. London: Verso.
De Bruyne, P., & Gielen, P. (2011). Community art: the politics of trespassing. Amsterdam: Valiz.
Etzioni, A. (2005). Bookmarks for public sociologists. The British Journal of Sociology, 56(3), 373–378.
Fals-Borda, O., & Rahman, M. A. (1991). Action and knowledge: breaking the monopoly with participatory action research. New York: Intermediate Technology Pubs/Apex Press.
Finley, S. (2008). Arts-based research. In G. Knowles & A. Cole (Eds.), Handbook of the arts in qualitative research (pp. 71–81). London: Sage Publications.
Freire, P. (1982). Creating alternative research methods: learning to do it by doing it. In B. Hall, A. Gillette, & R. Tandon (Eds.), Creating knowledge: a monopoly? Participatory research in development. New Delhi: Society for Participatory Research in Asia.
Gandy, M. (2005). Learning from Lagos. New Left Review, 33, 37–52.
Griffin, G., Brainström-Öhnan, A., & Kalman, H. (2003). The emotional politics of research collaboration. Oxford: Routledge.
Hale, C. R. (2008). Introduction. In C. R. Hale (Ed.), Engaging contradictions: theory, politics, and methods of activist scholarship (pp. 1–28). Berkeley: University of California Press.
Hirschkop, K. (1999). Mikhail Bakhtin: an aesthetic for democracy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Horn, S. (2015). One project and two continents. In S. Horn (Ed.), Nine urban biotopes: negotiating the future of urban living (pp. 7–20). Berlin: Urban Dialogues.
Huygues, F. (2015). Response by Abbé Pierre Foundation. In S. Horn (Ed.), Nine urban biotopes: negotiating the future of urban living (pp. 97–98). Berlin: Urban Dialogues.
Jelenek, A. (2013). This is not art: activism and other ‘not-art’. London: I.B. Taurus.
Kalleberg, R. (2005). What is ‘public sociology’? Why and how should it be made stronger? The British Journal of Sociology, 56(3), 387–393.
Katz, J. S., & Martin, B. R. (1997). What is research collaboration? Research Policy, 26(1), 1–18.
Keith, M. (1992). Angry writing: (re)presenting the unethical world of the ethnographer. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 10(5), 551–568.
Kelly, O. (1984). Community art and the state: storming the citadels. London: Comedia.
Kester, G. (1999). Dialogical aesthetics: a critical framework for littoral art variant 9. Variant issue 9. Available from: http://www.variant.org.uk/9texts/KesterSupplement.html. Accessed 29 Oct 2015.
Kester, G. (2004). Conversation pieces: community and communication in modern art. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Kester, G. (2011). Contemporary collaborative art in a global context. Durham: Duke University Press.
Kwon, M. (2002). One place after another: site-specific art and locational identity. Cambridge: MA. USA. MIT Press.
Laclau, E., & Mouffe, C. (2001). Hegemony and socialist strategy: towards a radical democratic politics (2nd ed.). London, New York: Verso.
Lacy, S. (1995). Mapping the terrain: new genre public art. Seattle: Bay Press.
Leger, M. (2013). The neoliberal undead: essays on contemporary art and politics. Alresford: Zero Books.
Massey, D. (1991). A global sense of place. Marxism Today, 38, 24–29.
Melhuish, C. (2015). University-led regeneration: introduction to the case studies. UCL Urban Lab 2015. Available from: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/urbanlab/docs/introduction-university-led-urban-regeneration. Accessed 29 Oct 2015.
Minod, R. (2015). Dialogue with Quatorze. In S. Horn (Ed.), Nine urban biotopes: negotiating the future of urban living (pp. 94–95). Berlin: Urban Dialogues.
Morsch, C. (2011). Alliances for unlearning: on the possibility of future collaborations between gallery education and institutions of critique. Afterall, 26, 5–13.
Mouffe, C. (2000). The democratic paradox. London: Verso.
Mouffe, C. (2001). Agonistics: thinking the world politically. London: Verso.
O’Neill, P., & Doherty, C. (Eds.). (2011). Locating the producers. Amsterdam: Valiz.
O’Neill, P., & Wilson, M. (2010). Curating and the educational turn. London: United Kingdom Open Editions.
Parnell, S. (2015). Translational global praxis: rethinking methods and modes of African urban research. In: Urban Lab Plus Global Urban Higher Education: the challenges and potentials of internationalisation. Available from: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/urbanlab/docs/urban-lab-plus-symposium-programme. Accessed 29 Oct 2015.
Rancière, J. (2006). The politics of aesthetics: the distribution of the sensible. Oxford: Bloomsbury Continuum.
Rojas Loa, V. (2015). Building solutions. In S. Horn (Ed.), Nine Urban Biotopes: negotiating the future of urban living (pp. 86–92). Berlin: Urban Dialogues.
Rooke, A. (2014). Curating community: the relational and agonistic value of participatory arts in super diverse localities. (Available from http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/projects-programmes-and-initiatives/curating-community-the-relational-and-agonistic-value-of-participatory-arts-in-superdiverse-localities/Rooke. Accesses March 2016.
Rooke, A., & von Wissel, C. (2015). Temporary public spheres: arenas of social participation in 9UB. In S. Horn (Ed.), Nine urban biotopes: negotiating the future of urban living (pp. 127–136). Berlin: Urban Dialogues.
Scott, J. (2005). Who will speak, and who will listen? Comments on Burawoy and public sociology. The British Journal of Sociology, 56(3), 405–409.
Sitas, R., & Pieterse, E. (2013). Democratic renovations and affective political imaginaries. Third Text, 27(3), 327–342.
Soja, E. W. (1996). Thirdspace. Malden (Mass.): Blackwell.
Sorkin, M. (1992). Variations on a theme park: the new American city and the end of public space. New York: Hill and Wang.
Sorokin, P. (2016). ‘Global sociology’ in different disciplinary practices: current conditions, problems and conditions. Current Sociology, 64(1), 41–59.
Sousa Santos, B. (2014). Epistemologies of the south: justice against epistemicide. London: Routledge.
Sprague, J., & Laube, J. (2009). Institutional barriers to doing public sociology: experiences of feminists in the academy. American Sociologist, 40, 249–271.
Sullivan, G. (2005). Art practice as research: inquiry in visual arts. Los Angeles: Sage.
Thompson, N. (2012). Living as form: socially engaged art from 1991–2011. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.
Wanjiku Kihato, C. (2015). Moving beyond materialism: rewriting community histories through socially engaged art in Soweto. In S. Horn (Ed.), Nine urban biotopes: negotiating the future of urban living (pp. 58–67). Berlin: Urban Dialogues.
Wesseling, J. (Ed.). (2011). See it again, say it again: the artist as researcher. Amsterdam: Valiz.
Wiewel, W., & Perry, D. C. (Eds.). (2008). Global universities and urban development. Armonk: M E Sharpe.
Yúdice, G. (2003). The expediency of culture: uses of culture in the global era. Durham NC: Duke University Press.
Zukin, S. (1991). Landscapes of power: from Detroit to Disney World. California, USA: University of California Press.