Firth, R (2018) “Utopian and Intentional Communities”, Palgrave Handbook of Anarchism, Eds. Matthew Adams and Carl Levy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 491-510. available for purchase  or contact me for a copy


Firth, R. and Robinson, A. (2017) “From the Unlearned Un-Man to a Pedagogy without Moulding: Stirner, consciousness raising, and the production of difference”, in Robert Haworth & John Elmore (Eds) Out of the Ruins’: The Emergence of New Radical Informal Learning Spaces, Oakland: PM Press. Available to order here or contact me for a copy


Firth, R. (2016) “Somatic pedagogies: Critiquing and resisting the affective discourse of the neoliberal state from an embodied anarchist perspective”, ephemera: theory and politics in organization, 16(4): 121-142. available here


Firth, R. (2016) “Monsters Take to the Streets! Monstrous Street-Art as Pedagogy of Resistance to Post-Olympic Regeneration in Hackney Wick?” in László Munteán and Hans Christian Post (eds.) Landscapes of Monstrosity. Oxford: Inter-disciplinary Press. pp. 23-38. eBook available for purchase ; contact me for copy


Firth, R. and Robinson, A. (2016): “For a revival of feminist consciousness-raising: horizontal transformation of epistemologies and transgression of neoliberal TimeSpace,” Gender and Education, 28(3): 343-358. available here and here


Fererri, M., Firth, R. and Lang, A. (2016) “Future(s) Perfect: Uchronian mapping as a research and visualisation tool in the ‘fringes’ of the Olympic Park”, Living Maps Review 1. available here


Firth, R. (2015) “Critical Cartography”, The Occupied Times of London, Issue 27: Discipline/States/Borders, p. 9. available here


Firth, R. (2014) “Critical Cartography as Anarchist Method? Utopian Extrapolation and Pedagogy” Interface: A journal by and for Social Movements 6: 1 special issue on pedagogy and social movements, pp. 156-184. Available at: available here


Firth, R. and Robinson, A. (2014) “For the Past Yet to Come: Utopian conceptions of time and becoming” Time and Society, 23: 3, 380-401 available here


Firth, R. (2013) “Toward a Critical Utopian and Pedagogical Methodology”, Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 35:4, 256-276 available here


Firth, R. and Robinson, A. (2012) “The Non-linear Future of Alternative Presents: Temporal Utopianism and Immanent Revolution” in Cecile Lawrence, Natalie Churn and Christian Garland (Eds.), Movements in Time, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholar: 241-254 available here


Firth, R. (2012). “Transgressing Urban Utopianism: Autonomy and Active Desire”, Geografiska Annaler Series B: Human Geography, 94 (2): 89-106. available here


Firth, R. (2012) Utopian Politics: Citizenship and Practice, London: Routledge  preview   –  purchase


Firth, R. (2010) Critical utopian citizenship: Theory and practice. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham available here












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