Grabbing Groundwater: Capture, Extraction and the Material Politics of a Fugitive Resource. Geoforum 136:32–45. September 2022.  Online here

Birkinshaw, M., Grieser, A., & Tan, J. How does community-managed infrastructure scale up from rural to urban? An example of co-production in community water projects in Northern Pakistan. Environment and Urbanization, 09562478211034853. September 2021.  Online here

Book review: Andrea Ballestero. 2019. A Future History of Water.  Progress in Development Studies, September 2021.  Online here

Book review: Mustafa, Daanish. 2021. Contested Waters: Sub-national Scale Water and Conflict in Pakistan. Bloomsbury Pakistan, July 2021.  Online here

Water mafia politics and unruly informality in Delhi’s unauthorised colonies.  Jones, K, and Roberts, L, (eds.), Creative Approaches to Human-Water Relations, Routledge Earthscan, August 2018.  Online here

Uneven, unequal and running out. Digital Development Debates, #18, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) [German Society for International Cooperation], June 2016.  Online here

Water governance in ‘unauthorised’ Delhi: reforming complex urban water supply systems (extended abstract).  Water Regimes Questioned from the Global South Conference proceedings, May 2016.  Online here

Politics, information and informal infrastructures in urban governance.  Economic and Political Weekly, Review of Urban Affairs, Vol 51, No. 5, 30 January 2016.  Online here

Muddy waters in Delhi’s ‘dusty south’.  SouthAsia@LSE, June 2015.  Online here

Urban water and sanitation: innovations from Delhi.  India@LSE, November 2014.  Online here

India’s urban direction: Learning from the Urban Renewal Mission.  India@LSE, June 2014.  Online here

Why water could decide the Indian elections.  The Guardian, March 2014.  Online here

Monitoring Movements in Development Aid: Partnerships and Infrastructure.  LSE Review of Books, February 2014.  Online here

Rise of the Regulatory State of the South: Infrastructure and Development in Emerging Economies.  LSE Review of Books, January 2014.  Online here

Submerging land, livelihoods and culture in Western India.  India@LSE, October 2013.  Online here

Notes from the Struggle in the Narmada Valley.  Ceasefire Magazine, October 2013.  Online here

Hacking Policy in Bangalore.  India@LSE, August 2013.  Online here

Infrastructure and Governance: A View from the JNNURM.  Proceedings of the Centre for Public Policy 8th Annual International Conference, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, August 2013.  One of 17 papers selected for inclusion.  Online here

Corruption, Anti-Corruption and Governance.  LSE Review of Books, July 2013.  Online here

The Great Indian Phone Book: How The Cheap Cell Phone Changes Business, Politics, and Daily Life.  LSE Review of Books, May 2013.  Online here

The battle for Golibar: urban splintering in Mumbai.  OpenDemocracy, April, 2013.  Online here

Silences in NGO Discourse: The Role and Future of NGOs in Africa.  Journal of Asian and African Studies 47(1), 124-125, February 2012.  Online here

“Be a Visitor, Not a Spy”: QQ Section, Khayelitsha.  Khayelitsha Struggles, November 2008.  Reproduced in Solutions for All Geography Grade 11 Learner’s Book, Macmillan South Africa, 2012.  Online here

Abahlali baseMjondolo: ‘a homemade politics’.  Libcom, June 2009.  Online here

The Right to the World Class City: City Visions and Evictions in Mumbai, with Ghar Bachao Ghar Banao Andolan and Victoria Harris.  Urban Reinventors (3), November 2009.  Online here

A Big Devil in the Jondolos: The Politics of Shack Fires.  Report with Abahlali baseMjondolo, September 2008.  Online here

A Big Devil in the Shacks: The Politics of Fire.  Pambazuka News (396), September 2008.  Online here