Articles and Book Chapters

Jackson, Paul, and Abigail H. Neely. "Triangulating health Toward a practice of a political ecology of health." Progress in Human Geography (2014).

Jackson, Paul SB. "The Crisis of the “Disadvantaged Child”: Poverty Research, IQ, and Muppet Diplomacy in the 1960s." Antipode 46.1 (2014): 190-208.

Jackson, Paul SB. "Fearing future epidemics: the cholera crisis of 1892." cultural geographies (2012)

Siciliano, Amy, and Paul SB. Jackson. 2012. ‘More Westchester than Watts’, or learning to love the city through Sesame Street”. In The Fight to Stay Put: Social Lessons through Media Imaginings of Gentrification, Displacement and Resistance, edited by J. Craine and G. Curti. Mainz, Germany: Franz Steiner Verla

Jackson, Paul S.B. 2011. From liability to profitability: How disease, fear, and medical science cleaned up the swamps of Ashbridge’s Bay. In Reshaping Toronto’s Waterfront, edited by G. Desfor and J. Laidley. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Jackson, Paul S.B. 2008. Fleshy Traffic, Feverish Borders: Blood, Birds, and Civet Cats in Cities Brimming with Intimate Commodities. In Networked Disease: Emerging Infectious Disease in the Global City, edited by H. Ali and R. Keil. Oxford: Blackwell.

Jackson, Paul S.B. 2007. Funding Biodefense: Public Health, Bioterrorism, and the Emerging Infrastructure of Biosecurity Research. InCPHS Working Papers Series, edited by J. Cohen, C. and L. Forman. Toronto: Munk Centre’s Publications.

Wekerle, Gerda R., and Paul S.B. Jackson. 2005. Urbanizing the Security Agenda: Anti-terrorism, Urban Sprawl and Social Movements. City 9 (1):33-49.

Jackson, Paul SB. 2007. “Planning Biodefense: Security and the Competitive City”, Progressive Planning, 173 (Fall).

Book Review: 

Jackson, Paul S.B. 2012. Sociology of Science + Anarchism, a review of Sal Restivo’s ‘Red, Black, and Objective’. Science and Public Policy.

Working Book Manuscript:

Jackson, Paul SB. Cholera, Crisis, and the Geography of Future Epidemics.

Working Papers:

Jackson, Paul S.B. “Biologically Bound: The Endurance of Medical Topography and the Milieu”, to Health and Place.

Jackson, Paul S.B. “National Vitality: North American Health Ideology at the Beginning of the 20th Century”, to Geoforum.

Jackson, Paul S.B. “Disinfection Technologies and the State: Processing People after the Fifth Cholera Pandemic”, to Technology and Culture.

Jackson, Paul S.B. “Science, synecdoche, and the persistence of zymosis: the geographic imagination of a crisis”, to Cultural Geographies.