As a firm proponent of open access (OA) academic work while also following the most current OA guidelines per journal or publisher thanks to the Sherpa Romeo site, I provide author pre-prints or author’s versions before edits when possible. Enjoy!



2014. Gieseking, J., W. Mangold, C. Katz, S. Low, and S. Saegert (eds.). The People, Place, and Space Reader. New York, Routledge.

2019 (in preparation). Gieseking, J. A Queer New York: Geographies of Lesbians, Dykes, and Queer Women, 1983-2008. New York: NYU Press.


2018 (in press). Gieseking, J. Messing with the Attractiveness Algorithm: a Response to Queering Code/Space. Gender, Place and Culture.

2018 (in press). Gieseking, J. Operating Anew: Queering GIScience. Canadian Geographer. [special issue on Critical GIS / Speculative GIS]

2018. Gieseking, J. Size Matters to Lesbians Too: Queer Feminist Interventions in the Scale of Big Data. Professional Geographer.

2015. Gieseking, J. Useful Instability: the Queer Social and Spatial Production of the Lesbian Herstory Archives. Radical History Review [Queering Archives: Intimate Tracings issue], 2015(122): 25-37; doi:10.1215/01636545-2849504.

2015. Gieseking, J. Crossing Over into Territories of the Body: Urban Territories, Borders, and Lesbian-Queer Bodies in New York City. Area, 48(3): 262-270.

2015. Gieseking, J. Urban Margins on the Move: Rethinking LGBTQ Inclusion by Queering the Place of the Gayborhood. Berliner Blätter – Ethnographische und ethnologische Beiträge, 68, 43-35.

2014. Gieseking, J. Notes from Queer(ing) New York: Refusing Binaries in Online Pedagogy. Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy, 1(5).

2014. Daniels, J., M. Gold, H. Agredano, C. Cahill, J. Gieseking, W. Luttrell, E. Mayorga, M. Ortiz, W. Negron, S. Smith, & P. Thistlethwaite. Reflection on the First Participatory, Open, Online Course (POOC): Reassessing Inequality & Reimagining the 21st Century, East Harlem Case Study. Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy, 1(5).

2013. Gieseking, J.J. Where We Go from Here: the Spatial Mental Mapping Method and Its Analytic Components for Social Science Data Gathering. Qualitative Inquiry. 19(9): 712-724.

2011. Low, S.M., G.T. Donovan, and J. Gieseking. Shoestring Democracy: Gated Condominiums and Market Rate Co-operatives in New York. Journal of Urban Affairs,  34(3): 279-296.

2010. Opotow, S., and J. Gieseking. Foreground and Background: Environment as Site and Social Issue. Journal of Social Issues [75th Anniversary Issue], 67(1): 179-96.

2009. SpaceTime Research Collective (Gieseking, J. – contributing author). To What Will We Resort When Capitalism Is Over? Human Geography, 2(2):101-4.

2008. 283 Collective (Gieseking, J. – contributing author). What’s Just? Afterthoughts on the Summer Institute for the Geographies of Justice 2007. Antipode: A Journal of Radical Geography, 40(5): 736-50.

2007. Gieseking, J. (Re)Constructing Women: Scaled Portrayals of Privilege and Gender Norms on Campus. Area, 39(3): 278-86.


2016. Gieseking, J. Dyked New York: The Space between the Geographical Imagination and Materialization of Lesbian-Queer Bars and Neighbourhoods. In G. Brown and K. Browne, eds. The Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities. New York: Routledge, 29-36.

2013. Gieseking, J.J. Queering the Meaning of ‘Neighborhood’: Reinterpreting the Lesbian-Queer Experience of Park Slope, Brooklyn, 1983-2008. In M. Addison and Y. Taylor, eds. Queer Presences and Absences. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 178-200.

2013. Low, S.M., G.T. Donovan, and J. Gieseking. Gates Not Walls as a Securitization Strategy: Gated Communities and Market Rate Co-operatives in New York. In M. Stephenson and L. Zanotti, eds. Building Walls, Securitizing Space, and the Making of Identity. London: Ashgate, pp. 47-68.

2013. Gieseking, J.J. A Queer Geographer’s Life as an Introduction to Queer Theory, Space, and Time, in: Lau, L., Arsanios, M., Zúñiga-González, F., Kryger, M. (Eds.), Queer Geographies: Beirut, Tijuana, Copenhagen. Museet for Samtidskunst // Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, Denmark, pp. 14–21.

2013. Gieseking, J.J. What and Where Next? Some Thoughts on a Spatially Queered Recommended Reading List, in: Lau, L., Arsanios, M., Zúñiga-González, F., Kryger, M. (Eds.), Queer Geographies: Beirut, Tijuana, Copenhagen. Museet for Samtidskunst // Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde, Denmark, pp. 196–201.



2016. Gieseking, J. Review of Safe Space: Gay Neighborhood History and the Politics of Violence by Christina Hanhardt. Gender, Place and Culture.

2016. Gieseking, J. Review of There Goes the Gayborhood? by Amin Ghaziani. Gender, Place and Culture, 23(8): 1221-1222.

2015. Gieseking, J. Review of Geographical Diversions: Tibetan Trade, Global Transactions by Tina Harris. Environment & Planning D: Society & Space.

2013. Gieseking, J. Review of Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research by K. Browne, and C.J. Nash, eds, and Queer Spiritual Spaces: Sexuality and Scared Places by K. Browne, S.R. Munt, and A.K.T. Yip, eds. Annals of the Association of American Geographers Review of Books.

2009. Gieseking, J. Review of Working-Class Lesbian Life: Classed Outsiders by Yvette Taylor. Gender, Place and Culture, 16(3): 353-4.

2008. Gieseking, J., and Y. Hung. Review of A Postcapitalist Politics by J.K. Gibson-Graham. Environment & Planning A, 40(2): 505-6.

2007. Gieseking, J. Review of Changing Gender Relations, Changing Families: Tracing the Pace of Change Over Time by Oriel Sullivan. Contemporary Sociology, 36(4): 341-2.


2017 (forthcoming). Gieseking, J. Geographical Imagination. In International Encyclopedia of Geography: International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology (eds. D. Richardson, N. Castree, M. Goodchild, A. Jaffrey, W. Liu, A. Kobayashi, and R. Marston). New York: Wiley-Blackwell and the Association of American Geographers.

2014. Gieseking, J. “Environmental Psychology.” In T. Teo, M. Barnes, Z. Gao, M. Kaiser, R. Sheivari, and B. Zabinski, eds. International Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology. New York: Springer, 587-593.

2008. Gieseking, J. “Queer Theory” in Encyclopedia of Social Problems (eds. V.N. Parrillo, M. Andersen, J. Best, W. Kornblum, C.M. Renzetti, and M. Romero). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 737-8.


2016 (forthcoming). Gieseking, J. LGBTQ Spaces and Places. LGBTQ Heritage Initiative Theme Study. National Parks Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.

2014. Gieseking, J. “On the Closing of the Last Lesbian Bar in San Francisco: What the Demise of the Lex Tells Us About Gentrification,” Op-Ed, Huffington Post Gay Voices. October 28, 2014.

2014. Gieseking, J. Envisioning Justice through Openness and the Virtual: Reflections on the Bowdoin Museum of Art Exhibition, “Fifty Years Later: The Portrayal of the Negro in American Painting.” Fifty Years Later: The Portrayal of the Negro in American Painting Virtual Exhibit.