Serin Houston. (2021, paperback edition). Imagining Seattle: Social Values in Urban Governance. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press – Our Sustainable Future series.
Serin Houston. (2019). Imagining Seattle: Social Values in Urban Governance. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press – Our Sustainable Future series.
Book Reviews and Media Attention
Robert Beauregard. (2019). Houston, Serin D.: Imagining Seattle: social values in urban governance. CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 57(1), 110.
Paul Constant. (2019). Seattle is a Story. The Seattle Review of Books. https://seattlereviewofbooks.com/reviews/seattle-is-a-story/.
Wayne Feiden. (2019). Book Review. Journal of Planning Literature. https://journals.sagepub.com/home/jpl.
Serin Houston and Ryan Driskell Tate. (2019). Podcast interview about Imagining Seattle for the New Books Network. https://newbooksnetwork.com/serin-d-houston-imagining-seattle-social-values-in-urban-governance-u-nebraska-press-2019/
Maxwell School of Syracuse University. (2019). Unintended Consequences. Maxwell Perspective. https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/news/perspective/unintended-consequences/
Sasha Nyary. (2019). Questions about “Imagining Seattle.” https://www.mtholyoke.edu/media/questions-about-imagining-seattle
Refereed Journal Articles
Serin Houston. (2019). Conceptualizing Sanctuary as a Process in the United States. Geographical Review 109(4), 562-579.
David Hernández, Serin Houston, Avery Allen ‘20, and Sofia Rivera ‘18. (2018). Entrapped: Visiting Migrant Detainees in Western Massachusetts. Latino Studies 16, 250-258.
Serin Houston and Kirk Lange. (2018). “Global/Local” Community Engagement: Advancing Integrative Learning and Situated Solidarity. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 42(1), 44-60.
Serin Houston and Charlotte Morse ‘15. (2017). The Ordinary and Extraordinary: Producing Migrant Inclusion and Exclusion in US Sanctuary Movements. Studies in Social Justice 11(1), 27-47.
Serin Houston, James McLean, Jennifer Hyndman, and Arif Jamal. (2010). Still Methodologically Becoming: Collaboration, Feminist Politics, and ‘Team Ismaili.’ Gender, Place, and Culture 17(1), 61-79.
Serin Houston, Jennifer Hyndman, James McLean, and Arif Jamal. (2010). The Methods and Meanings of Collaborative Team Research. Qualitative Inquiry 16, 285-297.
Serin Houston. (2009). Scales of Whiteness and Racial Mixing: Challenging and Confirming Racial Categories. The Geographical Bulletin 50(2), 93-110.
Serin Houston, Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway, and Margaret Hudson. (2005). Places of Possibility: Where Mixed-Race Partners Meet. Progress in Human Geography 29(6), 700-717.
Serin Houston and Richard Wright. (2003). Making and Re-making Tibetan Diasporic Identities. Social and Cultural Geography 4(2), 217-232.
Richard Wright, Serin Houston, Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway, and Margaret Hudson. (2003). Crossing Racial Lines: Geographies of Mixed-Race Partnering and Multiraciality in the United States. Progress in Human Geography 27(4), 457-474.
Reviewed Book Chapters
Serin Houston and Olivia Lawrence-Weilmann ‘17. (2016). The Model Migrant and Multiculturalism: Analyzing Neoliberal Logics in US Sanctuary Legislation, in Migration Policy and Practice: Interventions and Solutions. Bauder, H. and Matheis, C. (eds.). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan Press – Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship Series. 101-126.
Serin Houston. (2016). Sacred Squatting: Seeking Sanctuary in Religious Spaces, in Migration, Squatting and Radical Autonomy. Chattapadhyay, S. and Mudu, P. (eds.). New York, NY: Routledge Press – Space, Place, and Politics Series. 183-188.
Serin Houston and Richard Wright. (2008). ‘It’s Just that People Mix Better Here:’ Household Narratives of Belonging and Displacement in Seattle, Washington, in Immigration and Integration in Urban Communities: Renegotiating the City. Hanley, L., Ruble, B., and Garland, A. (eds.). Washington, DC: Johns Hopkins University Press, 73-95.
Serin Houston. (2010). Feminist Methodology, in Encyclopedia of Geography. Warf, B. (ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Serin Houston. (2014). Book review: Gareth Millington’s ‘Race’, Culture and the Right to the City: Centres, Peripheries, Margins. Social and Cultural Geography 15(4), 475-476.
Serin Houston. (2009). Book review: Katherine McKittrick’s Demonic Grounds: Black Women and the Cartographies of Struggle. Social and Cultural Geography 10(6), 714-716.
Serin Houston and Colleen Molnar ‘21. (2020). New Sanctuary Movement. World Religions and Spirituality Project. https://wrldrels.org/2020/01/29/new-sanctuary-movement/
Serin Houston. (2019). From the Desk of Serin D. Houston: Exploring a Storied Landscape. Guest blog post on Behind the Book at the University of Nebraska Press. https://unpblog.com/2019/06/04/from-the-desk-of-serin-d-houston-exploring-a-storied-landscape/