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    Tilley, Lisa (2020) Extractive investibility in historical colonial perspective: the emerging market and its antecedents in Indonesia. Review of International Political Economy , ISSN 0969-2290. (In Press)

    Tilley, Lisa (2020) “The impulse is cartographic” : counter-mapping Indonesia’s resource frontiers in the context of coloniality. Antipode , ISSN 0066-4812. (In Press)

    Tilley, Lisa (2020) “A Strange Industrial Order:” Indonesia’s racialized plantation ecologies and anticolonial estate worker rebellions. History of the Present 10 (1), ISSN 2159-9785. (In Press)

    Tilley, Lisa and Elias, J. and Rethel, L. (2019) Urban evictions, public housing, and the gendered rationalisation of Kampung life in Jakarta. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 60 (1), pp. 80-93. ISSN 1467-8373.

    Editorial/Introduction

    Tilley, Lisa and Elias, J. and Rethel, L. (2018) Introduction: the production and contestation of exemplary centres in Southeast Asia. [Editorial/Introduction] (In Press)

    Book Section

    Tilley, Lisa (2017) Immanent politics in the Kampungs: gendering, performing, and mapping the Jakarta economic subject. In: Lacey, A. (ed.) Women, Urbanization and Sustainability. Gender, Development and Social Change. Palgrave, pp. 43-65. ISBN 9781349951819.

    Tilley, Lisa (2016) “Well, City Boy Rangoon, it’s time to stitch up the evening”: material, meaning, and man in the (post)colonial city. In: Jackson, M. (ed.) Coloniality, Ontology, and the Question of the Posthuman. Routledge. ISBN 9781315686721.

    Tilley, Lisa (2015) Decolonizing the study of capitalist diversity: epistemic disruption and the varied geographies of coloniality. In: Ebenau, M. and Bruff, I. and May, C. (eds.) New Directions in Comparative Capitalisms Research. International Political Economy Series. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 207-223. ISBN 9781349495702.

    Book

    Tilley, Lisa and Shilliam, R., eds. (2021) Raced markets. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780367762155. (In Press)

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