2017: Security in the Anthropocene: Reflections on Safety and Care. With Clifford Shearing. London and Bielefeld: Transcript Press..
2018: "Environmental Security and the Anthropocene: Law, Criminology, and International Relations." With Cameron Holley, Clifford Shearing, Amanda Kennedy, and Tariro Mutongwizo. Annual Review of Law and Social Science. 14. doi: https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-lawsocsci-101317-030945
2017: "Entangling Carbon Lock-In: India's Coal Constituency." With Emma Lecavalier. Crime, Law, and Social Change. 68.5: 529-546.
2017. "The political ontology of collaborative water governance.” Water International. 42.3: 254-270.
2016. “The Ends of the World: International Relations and the Anthropocene.” Millennium: Journal of International Studies. 44.3: 478-498.
2015. “Toward a Critical Water Security: Hydrosolidarity and Emancipation.” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 21.1: 28-44. Winner: 2013 ISA-Canada Student Paper Prize
2014. “The Environment and Emancipation in Critical Security Studies: The Case of the Canadian Arctic.” With Emma Lecavalier. Critical Studies on Security. 2.1: 105-119.
Chapters in Edited Books
2017: "Posthuman Security and Care in the Anthropocene." in Reflections on the Posthuman in International Relations Eds. Clara Eroukhmanoff and Matt Harker (E-International Relations)
Special Edited Journal Issues:
2017. “Lessons of the Anthropocene: Entanglements and Security.” Crime, Law and Social Change. Vol 68.5 With Clifford Shearing and Emma Lecavalier.
Theses, Reports, Articles (non-refereeed)
2017. "From Passengers to Crew: Introductory Reflections on Anthropocene Entanglements." With Clifford Shearing and Emma Lecavalier. Crime, Law, and Social Change. 68.5: 493-498.
2015. “Strengthening Collaborative Water Governance in the uMngeni River Catchment, South Africa” World Wide Fund for Nature-South Africa (WWF-SA).
2015. “Revitalizing Canada’s role in the disarmament and non-proliferation debate.” With Poul-Erik Christiansen and Emma Hansen. The Embassy (Canada).
2015. “Why Africans Must Join Forces to Protect Scarce Water Resources.” The Conversation.
2014. "What Can Iraq’s Fight Over the Mosul Dam Tell Us About Water Security?” With Schuyler Null. Environmental Change and Security Program. Woodrow Wilson Center.
2014. “Water Security in South Africa: The Need to Build Social and Ecological Resilience.” Oxford Research Group.
2014. “Water Wars? Think Again.” Environmental Change and Security Program. Woodrow Wilson Center.
2014. "Fluid Identities: Toward a Critical Theory of Water Security." Unpublished Ph.D thesis. Department of Political Science. University of Western Ontario.
2013. “Environmental Security in the Arctic: The ‘Great Game’ vs. Sustainable Security.” Oxford Research Group.
2012. “Water Securitisation.” With Asim Ali. The News International (Pakistan)
2009. “Fluid Identities: Freshwater scarcity and the need for a post-security ethics.” Canadian Student Young Pugwash Journal. 2.1 (2008-2009): 16-26.
2008. “Freshwater Problems – Emerging Threats and Urgent Priorities.” Report for Global Issues Project Expert Roundtable on Water.
Under Review and Working Papers:
“Thinking Security Geologically: Can Securitization Survive the Anthropocene?” Revise and Resubmit.
"Anthropocene IR: Between Rupture and Entanglement." In progress. Presented at the 2018 ISA Conference, San Francisco, CA, USA.
“Governing water security in vulnerable river catchments: the case of the uMngeni River, South Africa.” In progress. Presented at the 2016 ISA Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA.