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    2001

    Lamble, Sarah (2001) Building sustainable communities of resistance. In: Chang, J. and Daniels, S. and Leroux, D. and Or, B. and Tharmendran, E. and Tsumura, E. (eds.) Resist! A Grassroots Collection of Stories, Poetry and Analysis from the FTAA Protests in Québec City and Beyond. Halifax, Canada: Fernwood Publishing, pp. 179-185. ISBN 9781552660638.

    Lamble, Sarah (2001) Visible bodies, invisible demands: de-examining the participation of women in the Nicaraguan Revolution. Feminist Voices/voix Feminists 12 , pp. 46-58.

    2003

    Lamble, Sarah (2003) Guide for squatters: legal, practical and historical information for anyone considering squatting. Other. Ontario Public Interest Research Group and Peterborough Coalition Against Poverty, Peterborough, Canada.

    2004

    Lamble, Sarah and Freeman, L. (2004) Squatting and the city. Canadian Dimension 38 (6), pp. 44-46. ISSN 0008-3402.

    March 2008

    Lamble, Sarah (2008) Retelling racialized violence, remaking white innocence: the politics of interlocking oppressions in transgender day of remembrance. Sexuality Research and Social Policy: Journal of NSRC 5 (1), pp. 24-42. ISSN 1553-6610.

    March 2009

    Lamble, Sarah (2009) Unknowable bodies, unthinkable sexualities: lesbian and transgender legal invisibility in the Toronto women's bathhouse raid. Social & Legal Studies 18 (1), pp. 111-130. ISSN 0964-6639.

    September 2009

    Lamble, Sarah and Barker, N. (2009) From social security to individual responsibility: sanctions, conditionality and punitiveness in the Welfare Reform Bill 2009 (Part One): current developments. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 31 (3), pp. 321-332. ISSN 0964-9069.

    July 2011

    Douglas, S. and Jivraj, S. and Lamble, Sarah (2011) Liabilities of queer anti-racist critique. Feminist Legal Studies 19 (2), pp. 107-118. ISSN 0966-3622.

    August 2011

    Tauqir, T. and Petzen, J. and Haritaworn, J. and Ekine, S. and Bracke, S. and Lamble, Sarah and Jivraj, S. and Douglas, S. (2011) Queer anti-racist activism and strategies of critique: a roundtable discussion. Feminist Legal Studies 19 (2), pp. 169-191. ISSN 0966-3622.

    15 September 2011

    Lamble, Sarah (2011) Transforming carceral logics: 10 reasons to dismantle the prison industrial complex using a queer/trans analysis. In: Smith, N. and Stanley, E.A. (eds.) Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex. Oakland, U.S.: AK Press, pp. 235-266. ISBN 9781849350709.

    August 2012

    Lamble, Sarah (2012) Rethinking gendered prison policies: impacts on transgender prisoners. ECAN Bulletin (16), pp. 7-12.

    2013

    Lamble, Sarah (2013) Queer necropolitics and the expanding carceral state: interrogating sexual investments in punishment. Law and Critique 24 (3), pp. 229-253. ISSN 0957-8536.

    Lamble, Sarah (2013) The quiet dangers of civilized rage: surveying the punitive aftermath of England's 2011 riots. South Atlantic Quarterly 112 (3), pp. 577-585. ISSN 0038-2876.

    2014

    Lamble, Sarah (2014) Queer investments in punishment: sexual citizenship, social movements and the expanding carceral state. In: Haritaworn, J. and Kuntsman, A. and Posocco, Silvia (eds.) Queer Necropolitics. Social Justice. Oxford, UK: Routledge, pp. 151-171. ISBN 9780415644761.

    8 August 2014

    Lamble, Sarah (2014) The marketisation of prison alternatives. Criminal Justice Matters 97 (1), pp. 14-15. ISSN 0962-7251.

    2015

    Fraser, Jennifer and Lamble, Sarah (2015) Queer desires and critical pedagogies in higher education: reflections on the transformative potential of non-normative learning desires in the classroom. Journal of Feminist Scholarship 7 , pp. 61-77. ISSN 2158-6179.

    12 April 2016

    Lamble, Sarah (2016) Community. In: Fritsch, K. and O'Connor, C. and Thompson, A.K. (eds.) Keywords for Radicals: The Contested Vocabulary of Late-Capitalist Struggle. Chico, U.S.: AK Press, pp. 103-110. ISBN 9781849352420.

    8 October 2019

    Lamble, Sarah (2019) Why context matters in the Trans prisoner policy debates. Critical Legal Thinking ,

    1 June 2020

    Lamble, Sarah (2020) Unpalatable dissent and the political distribution of solidarity. Law, Culture and the Humanities 16 (2), pp. 213-225. ISSN 1743-8721.

    17 June 2020

    Lamble, Sarah and Serisier, Tanya and Dymock, A. and Downes, J. and Boukli, A. (2020) Queer Theory and Criminology: Editors' Introduction. [Editorial/Introduction] (In Press)

    November 2020

    Lamble, Sarah and Serisier, Tanya and Dymock, A. and Carr, N. and Downes, J. and Boukli, A. (2020) Guest Editorial: Queer theory and criminology. Criminology & Criminal Justice 20 (5), pp. 504-509. ISSN 1748-8958.

    4 March 2021

    Lamble, Sarah (2021) Queer theory and socio-legal studies. In: Valverde, M. and Clarke, K.M. and Darian Smith, E. and Kotiswaran, P. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Law and Society. Routledge. ISBN 9780367234249. (In Press)

    15 March 2021

    Lamble, Sarah (2021) The false promise of hate crime laws. Abolitionist Futures.

    7 June 2021

    Lamble, Sarah (2021) Practising everyday abolition. In: Duff, K. (ed.) Abolishing the Police. Dog Section Press. (In Press)

    1 March 2022

    Lamble, Sarah (2022) Everyday abolition: resisting the cop in our heads. New Internationalist (536), pp. 28-30.

    22 March 2022

    Lamble, Sarah (2022) Bridging the gap between reformists and abolitionists: can non-reformist reforms guide the work of prison inspectorates? World Prison Brief ,

    29 March 2022

    Lamble, Sarah (2022) Outrage: the problem with gender-segregated prisons is not trans people's bodies, but incarceration itself. The Architectural Review , pp. 46-47.

    17 October 2022

    McElhone, Megan and Kemp, T. and Lamble, Sarah and Moore, J.M. (2022) Defund – not defend – the police: a response to Fleetwood and Lea. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice , ISSN 2059-1101. (In Press)

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