Hinchliffe, S 2014 Biosecurity (Encyclopaedia Entry)
Hinchliffe, S 2014 The arbitrage of non-knowledge, a response to Caduff's Pandemic Prophecy: Or, how to have faith in reason - Current Anthropology
Steve Hinchliffe More than one world more than one health: reconfiguring interspecies health
Allen, J. and Lavau, S. 'Just-in-Time’ Disease: Biosecurity, Corporate Power and Modern Factory Farming
Hinchliffe, S. and Lavau, S. 2013 ‘Differentiated circuits: The ecologies of knowing and securing life’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 31: Pages 259-274
Hinchlifffe, S. and Ward, K. The Geographies of Folded Life: How Immunity Reframes Biosecurity
Lavau, S. 2013 Viruses: from travel companion to compnanion species, Forthcoming in Routledge Handbook of Mobilities, P. Adey, D. Bissell, K. Hannam, P. Merriman and M. Sheller (eds).
Hinchliffe, S., Allen, J., Lavau, S., Bingham, N. and Carter, S. ‘Biosecurity and the topologies of infected life: From borderlines to borderlands’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 38(4): 531-543.
Hinchliffe, S. ‘The insecurity of biosecurity: Re-making emergent infectious diseases’, in A. Dobson, K. Barker and S. Taylor (eds) Biosecurity: the socio-politics of invasive species and infectious diseases London, Earthscan/ Routledge.
Hinchliffe, S. ‘Securing life: New hazards and biosecurity’ (draft version), forthcoming in Cloke, P., Crang, P. and Goodwin, M. (eds) Introducing Human Geographies, 3rd edition.
Hinchliffe, S. 2012. ‘Vivre avec des oiseaux: Frontieres de la biosecurite en Angleterre’, Cahiers d’anthropologie sociale 08 (Des hommes malades des animaux): 77-87.
Bingham, N. and Lavau, S. 2012. ‘The object of regulation: Tending the tensions of food safety’, Environment and Planning A 44(7): 1589 – 1606
Carter, S. 2011. ‘Disease and infection in the city’ in Bridge, G. And Watson, S. (eds), The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Blackwell, Oxford.
Allen, J. 2009. 'Three spaces of power: Territory, networks, plus a topological twist in the tale of domination and authority', Journal of Power 2(2): 197-212.
Hinchliffe, S. and Bingham, N. 2008. ‘People, animals and biosecurity in and through cities’ in Ali, S.H and Keil, R. (eds), Networked Disease: Emerging Infectious Disease in the Global City. Blackwell, Oxford.
Hinchliffe, S. and Bingham, N. 2008. ‘Securing life: The emerging practices of biosecurity’, Environment and Planning A, 40(7): 1534-1551
Bingham, N. and Hinchliffe, S. 2008. ‘Mapping the multiplicities of biosecurity’ in Lakoff, A. and Collier, S. (eds), Biosecurity Interventions: Global Health and Security in Question, Columbia University Press, New York.