Prof. Dr. Lizzie Richardson


Journal articles

  • Richardson, L. (2022) ‘Queer urban theories.’ Dialogues in Human Geography 1-4.
  • Richardson, L. (2022) ‘Digital work: where is the urban workplace and why does it matter?’ Geography 107: 79-84.
  • Richardson, L. (2022) ‘(De)constructing gender with office technology: from typewriter to productivity apps.’ Technique&Culture.
  • Richardson, L. (2021) ‘Coordinating office space: digital technologies and the platformization of work.’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 39 (2), 347-365.
  • Richardson, L. (2020) ‘Meal delivery logistics and the agencies of distribution in urban economies of food provision in the UK.’ Articulo: journal of urban research 21.
  • Richardson, L. (2020) ‘Coordinating the city: platforms as flexible spatial arrangements.’ Urban Geography 41 (3), 458-461.
  • Richardson, L. (2020) ‘Platforms, markets and contingent calculation: the flexible arrangement of the delivered meal.’ Antipode 52 (3), 619-636.
  • Richardson, L. & Bissell, D. (2019) ‘Geographies of digital skill.’ Geoforum 99: 278-286.
  • Richardson, L. (2019) ‘Culturalisation and devices: what is culture in cultural economy?’ Journal of Cultural Economy 12: 228-241.
  • Richardson, L. & Thieme, T. (2018) ‘Planning working futures: precarious work through carceral space.’ Social and Cultural Geography [online early]
  • Richardson, L. (2018) ‘Feminist geographies of digital work.’ Progress in Human Geography 42 (2): 244-263.
  • Cockayne, D. & Richardson, L. (2017) ‘Introduction: a queer theory of software studies: software theories, queer studies.’ Gender, Place and Culture.
  • Cockayne, D. & Richardson, L. (2017) ‘Queering code/space: the co-production of socio-sexual codes and digital technologies.’ Gender, Place and Culture
  • Richardson, L. (2017) ‘Sharing as a postwork style: digital work and the co-working office.’ Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 10 (2): 297–310.
  • Richardson, L. (2016) ‘Sharing knowledge: performing co-production in collaborative artistic work.’ Environment and Planning A 48: 2256-2271.
  • Richardson, L. (2015) ‘Performing the sharing economy.’ Geoforum 67: 121-129.
  • Richardson, L. (2013) ‘Working at the ambivalence of race: ethnomimesis and the cancellation of St Paul's Carnival.’ Social and Cultural Geography 14(6): 710-730.

Book chapters

  • Richardson, L. (forthcoming) ‘Workplaces of the future.’ In Johns, J. and Hall, S. M. (eds.) Contemporary Economic Geographies: inspiring, critical and plural perspectives. Bristol: Bristol University Press.
  • Richardson, L. (2021) ‘Urban consumption, markets and platforms as flexible spatial arrangements.’ In Hodson et al (eds.) Urban platforms and the future city. London: Routledge.
  • Cockayne, D. & Richardson, L. (2020) ‘Digital feminism.’ In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (2nd Edition)
  • Richardson, L. (2019) ‘Digital and platform economies.’ In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (2nd Edition)
  • Richardson, L. (2019) ‘Deliveroo’. In eds. Graham, M. Mattern, Shaw, J. & Kitchin, R. How to Run a City Like a Corporation and other Fables
  • Cockayne, D. & Richardson, L. (2019) ‘The Queer Times of Internet Infrastructure and Digital Systems.’ In (eds) Nash, C. & Gorman-Murray, A. The Geographies of Digital Sexuality. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Richardson, L. (2018) ‘Sharing Economy’ in Ash, J. Kitchin, R. Leszczynski, A. (Eds.) Digital Geographies. London: Sage, 200-209.
  • Richardson, L. (2015) ‘Theatrical translations: the performative production of diaspora.’ in Mavroudi, E. and Christou, A. (Eds.) Dismantling Diasporas London: Ashgate, 15-28.

Book reviews

  • Richardson, L. (2022) ‘Digital work in the planetary market’ edited by Mark Graham and Fabian Ferrari & ‘The digital factory’ by Moritz Altenried. Antipode online.
  • Richardson, L. (2021) ‘Glitch feminism: a manifesto’ by Legacy Rusell. Gender, Place and Culture.
  • Richardson, L. (2020) ‘Prison Land: mapping carceral power across neoliberal America’ by Brett Story. Social and Cultural Geography.
  • Richardson, L. (2019) Book review symposium for James Ash’s Phase Media in Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
  • Richardson, L. (2017) ‘Creativity’ by Harriet Hawkins. Cultural geographies