Publications & Articles

All articles available on request (olimould at gmail dot com). There’s also my Google Scholar profile.

Books (see my book pages)

Selected Academic Articles, Outputs and Book Chapters:

  • Mould, O, Badger, A, Cole, J and Brown, P. (2022) Solidarity, not Charity: Learning the lessons of the Covid-19 pandemic to reconceptualise the radicality of mutual aid. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
  • Badger, A, Brown, P, Cole, J, Kispert, M and Mould, O. (2022) Manifesto For Mutual Aid. Available at
  • Squire, R, Mould, O and Adey, P. (2021) The Final Frontier? The Enclosure of a Commons of Outer Space. Society and Space Forum.
  • Mould, O (2019) The spark, the spread, and ethics: Towards an object-orientated view of subversive creativity. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space,  37(3): 468 – 483.
  • Mould, O (2018) The not-so-concrete Jungle: Material Precarity in the Calais Jungle Camp. Cultural Geographies, 25(3): 393 – 409.
  • Mould, O (2017) The Calais Jungle: A slum of London’s making. City, 21(4): 388-404
  • Mould, O (2017) Brutalism Redux: Relational monumentality and the urban politics of brutalist architecture. Antipode, 49(3): 701 – 720. (view it online here).
  • Mould, O (2016) Who Creates the City? How the Long Live Southbank campaign championed inclusive creativity. Regions, 303(1): 16-17 (article available here).
  • Mould, O (2016) Parkour, Activism & Young People. In Nairn, K, Kraftl, P and Skelton, T (eds.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Space, Place and Environment. Springer, New York.
  • Mould, O (2016) A Limitless Urban Theory? A Response to Scott and Storper’s ‘The Nature of Cities: The Scope and Limits of Urban Theory. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 40(1):157 – 163 (view it online here).
  • Mould, O and Comunian, R (2015) ‘Hung, Drawn and Cultural Quartered: Rethinking Cultural Quarter Development Policy in the UK. European Planning Studies, 23(12): 2356-2369
  • Mould, O (2014) ‘Tactical Urbanism: The New Vernacular of the Creative City’. Geography Compass, 8(8): 529 – 539.
  • Mould, O, Vorley, T and Liu, K. (2014) ‘Invisible Creativity? Highlighting the hidden impact of Freelancing in London’s Creative Industries’. European Planning Studies, 22(12): 2429 – 2435.
  • Mould, O (2013) ‘The Cultural Dimension’. In Acuto, M and Steele, W. (eds.) Global City Challenges: Debating a Concept, Improving the Practice. Palgrave, Basingstoke: 140 – 154.
  • Daskalaki, M and Mould, O (2013) ‘Beyond Urban Subcultures: Urban Subversions as Rhizomatic Social Formations’. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 37(1): 1-18.
  • Mould, O (2012) ‘Been Through the Desert on a Horse With No Name’ In Koepsell, D and Arp, R. (ed.) Breaking Bad and Philosophy. Open Court Popular Culture and Philosophy series, Open Court Publishing, Chicago: 171 – 180.
  • Vorley, T, Mould, O and Courtney, R. (2012) ‘My Networking is Notworking! Conceptualising the latent and dysfunctional dimensions the network paradigm’. Economic Geography. 88(1): 77-96. I presented a version of this paper at the CreativeWorks London event in June, 2014.
  • Joel, S and Mould, O. (2010) ‘Knowledge networks in London’s Advertising Industry: A Social Network Analysis approach’. Area. 42(3): 281 – 292. (This paper is available as a GaWC research bulletin)
  • Mould, O. (2009) ‘Parkour, the City, the Event’. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 27(4): 738 – 750. A version is also available on the American Parkour website.
  • Mould, O. (2009) ‘Lights, Camera, but where’s the Action? Actor-Network Theory and Film Production’. In Mayer V, Banks M, and Caldwell J. (eds.) Production Studies: Cultural Studies of Media Industries. Routledge, London: 202-213.

Blog posts/essays on other sites:

Media References (for those related to the books, go to the Books page)

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