I have published extensively on the topics of urban and cultural regeneration, brownfield redevelopment, temporary urbanism, everyday resilience, urban governance, creative cities / economy and sustainable development.
I am also a mum who not only went on maternity leave for a year but also decided to work part-time for several years to enjoy and celebrate life with my child who is growing far too quickly. Academia being as it is, you have to justify those 'gaps' or face questions. So yes there are gaps but while I didn't not publish that many papers during a period of time, I also led and secured funding, joined interdisciplinary consortiums, set up the Urban Initiative, co-edited and published one book and secured a contract for another one. A range of papers of now under review, so the list of refereed journal papers will grow soon again....
Reflecting on those publications, it nevertheless demonstrates a strong commitment in valorising my research from a very early stage of my career. I have published a range of outputs in high-impact international journals, one book and two edited books (incl. one under contract).
I have published in the top 10 journals in Urban Studies, in the top 20 Geography Journals and in the top 10 journals in Planning and Development according to the 2016 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports. Referring to Google Scholar metrics, I have published in 6 of the top 12 journals in urban studies and planning (Regional Studies, Urban Studies, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Environment and Planning A, Cities, European Planning Studies).
My publications in French have also been in the top journals in the fields of planning and geography as testified by my work being found in the 5 urban studies / geography journals listed in google scholar metrics comprising the top 100 French journal across all disciplines (typically Revue d’Economie Régionale et Urbaine, L’Espace Géographique, Journal of Alpine Research/Revue de Géographie Alpine, Annales de Géographie, Espaces et Sociétés). Surprisingly enough, after more than 10 years out of the country, I seem to remain one of the scholars who can talk about urban brownfield, dereliction and temporary uses. Always fascinating to do so when interviewed by journalists and it gives me the feeling of still having one feet on the other side of the Chanel. During Brexit turbulences, this is rather crucial....
Refereed Journal Papers
Books and Edited Volumes
Chapters in edited volumes
Editorship of Journal Special Issues
Non-refereed journal papers