Routledge Handbook of Interdisciplinary Methods (2018)
Editors: Celia Lury, Rachel Fensham, Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Sybille Lammes, Angela Last, Mike Michael and Emma Uprichard.


Last, A. (2019) Geopoetics, via Germany. In E. Magrane, L. Russo, S. de Leeuw, C. Santos Perez (eds) Geopoetics in Practice. London & New York: Routledge.

Esson, J. and Last, A. (2019) Learning and Teaching About Race and Racism in Geography. In: H Walkington, J Hill and S Dyer (eds) Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Geography. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Last, A. (2018) ‘Against ‘terrenism’: Léopold Sédar Senghor, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and the fear of a de-spiritualised Earth’. In A Bobbette and A Donovan (eds) Political Geology: Active Stratigraphies and the Making of Life. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bhambra, G. K., Last, A., Mayblin, L., Tilley, L. (2018) Global Social Theory: Building Resources. Area (Race and Teaching Special Issue) [online first]

Last, A. (2018) ‘Internationalisation and the Academy: sharing across boundaries?’. In G.K. Bhambra, K Nisancioglu and D Gebrial (eds) Decolonising the University. London: Pluto.

Last, A. (2018) ‘Of Interdisciplinarity’. In C. Lury, R. Fensham, S. Lammes, A. Last, M. Michael, E. Uprichard (eds) Routledge International Handbook of Interdisciplinary Methods. London: Routledge.

Last, A. (2018) ‘To Risk the Earth: the Nonhuman and Nonhistory‘, Feminist Review 118(1)

Last, A. (2017) ‘Anti-colonial Ontologies’. In M. Jackson (ed) Coloniality, Ontology and the Question of the Posthuman. London: Routledge.

Last, A. (2017) ‘In Catastrophic Times’ (book review) Cultural Geographies.

Last, A. (2017) ‘Making Nature, Making Humans: Two Exhibitions at the Wellcome Collection’. Science as Culture.

Last, A. (2017) ‘Re-reading Worldliness: Hannah Arendt and the Question of Matter’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space

Last, A. (2017) Experimenting with Institutions. Soundings 64.

Last, A. (2017) ‘Geography’. In S Alaimo (ed) Matter (Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks: Gender). London: Macmillan.

Last, A. (2015) ‘We are the world? Anthropocene Cultural Production Between Geopoetics and Geopolitics’, Theory, Culture & Society, GeoSocial Formations Special Issue.

Last, A. (2015) Fruit of the Cyclone: Undoing Geopolitics Through Geopoetics. Geoforum 64

Last, A. (2014) ‘Who’s the pest? Imagining human-insect futures beyond antagonism’, Science as Culture 23(1).

Last, A. (2013) ‘Negotiating the Inhuman: Bakhtin, Materiality and the Instrumentalisation of Climate Change’, Theory, Culture & Society 30(2).

Last. A. (2012) ‘Experimental Geographies’, Geography Compass 6(12).

Last, A. (2012) ‘Counter-Experiment Detroit’ in Sirota et al (eds) Imaging Detroit, Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, University of Michigan [exhibition catalogue].

Last, A. (2012) ‘Mutation – Mapping in progress’ in Tyszczuk et al (eds): ATLAS: Geography, Architecture and Change in an Interdependent World, Black Dog Publications

Last, A. (2012) ‘Mutable Matter – Exploring Nanotechnological Futures Through Sensory Methods’, Leonardo, Vol 45 (2)


In this section, I will be uploading pdfs of current and past work from geography, fashion and art, including research projects, presentations and lectures. Some of these still need to be digitalised or compressed, so please check back if what you are looking for is not available yet.


Apostropher L’Apocalypse: Caribbean Geopoetics and the Anthropocene
Presentation for RITA seminar ‘Imagining Caribbean Futures’ at the University of Birmingham. Organised by Patricia Noxolo, Adunni Adams and James Owen Heath.

Fruit of the cyclone: A Caribbean proposal on how to deal with the nonhuman in postcolonial geography
Presentation for the RGS-IBG Annual Conference in London, 28 August 2014.

Review of Body and Soul by Alondra Nelson on Society & Space Open Site

One in Other Presentation for the Anthropocene Feminism Conference, Center for 21st Century Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 12 April 2014.

My WomanTheory Story: Simone Weil. WomanTheory (blog).

Review of Ariel’s Ecology by Monique Allewaert on Society & Space Open Site

‘400ppm – Passing a new world threshold? Society & Space (blog).

PhD Thesis ‘Mutable Matter’ (2010) – 7 MB

Several entries on the Global Social Theory website (on-going).

Mutable Matter practitioner handbook
(Version 1, 14 February 2012) – 4.5 MB

Materiality and Space lecture (2011)

“Less a juncture to control than an adventure to be had” – Working with Michel Serres and Mikhail Bakhtin (essay pdf – 2005)

The Animal Lab – An experimental public engagement with genetic engineering (2006, forthcoming)

DIY City Branding for UCL Urban Laboratory’s Cities Methodologies 2012

Sounds Like Detroit (2012) podcast & film for the Metropolitan Observatory for Digital Culture and Representation (MODCaR)

Fashion & Art

Mutation (ebooklet, 2003) – 7.7 MB

The Unknown Is As Real As The Known And Should Be Made To Look So (2002, PREVIEW of ebook) – 9 MB

Can Fashion Be Sustainable? (2001, ebook) – 10.3 MB

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