Crane, N. J. and W. Kusek. 2014. Contemporary Research Strategies in Cultural Geography (special issue). Journal of Cultural Geography 31(2).
Journal articles, essays, and book chapters
Crane, N. J. and J. P. Moose. 2018. The Idea of Racial Progress and the Ongoing Racialization of American Landscapes: Rereading Michael Crutcher’s Tremé. Place and Culture: The Newsletter of the Cultural Geography Specialty Group of the AAG, 4-6.
Pearson, Z. and N. J. Crane. 2017. The challenge of feminist political geography to state-centrism in Latin American geography. Journal of Latin American Geography 16(1), 185-193.
Crane, N. J. 2017. Political education in protest camps: spatializing dissensus and reconfiguring places of youth activist ritual in Mexico City. In, G. Brown, A. Feigenbaum, F. Frenzel, and P. McCurdy (eds.), Protest Camps in International Context: Spaces, Infrastructures, and Media of Resistance (pp. 371-389). Bristol: Policy Press.
Crane, N. J. 2016. Carlos Fuentes. In, S. Ray et al. (Eds.), Blackwell Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, DOI: 10.1002/9781119076506.wbeps129
Crane, N. J. 2016. Octavio Paz. In, S. Ray et al. (Eds.), Blackwell Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies, DOI: 10.1002/9781119076506.wbeps288
Crane, N. J. 2015. Politics squeezed through a police state: policing and vinculación in post-1968 Mexico City. Political Geography 47, 1-10.
Crane, N. J. and W. Kusek. 2014. Embracing Dissensus: Reflections on Contemporary Research Strategies in Cultural Geography. Journal of Cultural Geography 31(2), 121-126.
Crane, N. J. 2014. It could be and could have been otherwise: For a Non-Euclidean Engagement with Mexico City’s ’68. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13(4), 609-621.
Crane, N. J. 2014. Performing State Repression in the Zócalo, Mexico City, October 2, 2011. FOCUS on Geography 57(3), 139-140.
Crane, N. J. and I. Ashutosh. 2013. A Movement Returning Home? Occupy Wall Street After the Evictions. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies 13(3), 168-172.
Crane, N. J. 2012. Are ‘Other Spaces’ Necessary? Associative Power at the Dumpster. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 11(3), 352-372.
Crane, N. J. 2011. Supporting the Scene in Association with Others: Do-It-Yourselfers and Difference. Fifth Estate, 46(1), 22-23.
Crane, N. J. 2011. Making students’ movements (an essay on Fabio Lanza’s Behind The Gate: Inventing Students in Beijing). Reviews in Cultural Theory, 2(1), 22-25.
Crane, N. J. and Z. Pearson. 2011. Can we get a pub from this? Reflections on competition and the pressure to publish while in graduate school. The Geographical Bulletin, 52(2), 77-80.
Crane, N. J. 2009. In the place of another. In Joy Divisions, catalogue for art exhibition of same name (pp. 31-34). Columbus OH: Eva Ball & Company.
Crane, N. J. 2009. Restless Spaces. In Psychogeography, a collection of landscape photography by Eric Luc (pp. 1-4). Brooklyn NY: Tiger Press.
Crane, N. J. 2017. Invited review of Markus-Michael Müller’s The Punitive City: Privatized Policing and Protection in Neoliberal Mexico. Journal of Latin American Geography 16(3), 177-179.
Crane, N. J. 2017. Invited commentary in the book review forum on Simon Springer’s The Anarchist Roots of Geography: Towards Spatial Emancipation. The AAG Review of Books 5(4), 285-287.
Crane, N. J. 2016. Review of Stuart Aitken’s The Ethnopoetics of Space and Transformation: Young People’s Engagement, Activism and Aesthetics. Emotion, Space and Society 21, 3-4.
Crane, N. J. 2015. Invited Review of Mark Purcell’s The Down-Deep Delight of Democracy. Social & Cultural Geography 16(8), 991-992.
Crane, N. J. 2015. Invited Review of Mustafa Dikeç’s Space, Politics and Aesthetics. Space and Polity 19(2), 206-208.
Crane, N. J. 2013. Review of Edward McCaughan’s Art and social movements: cultural politics in Mexico and Aztlán. e-misférica 10(1).
Crane, N. J. 2011. Review of John Ross’ El Monstruo: Dread and Redemption in Mexico City. Human Geography, 4(2), 133-35.
Crane, N. J. 2011. Review of Peter Hopkins’ Young People, Place and Identity. Journal of Cultural Geography, 28(2), 370-71.