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.

Wayne Feiden. (2019). Book Review. Journal of Planning Literature.

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.

Serin Houston and Ryan Driskell Tate. (2019). Podcast interview about Imagining Seattle for the New Books Network.

Maxwell School of Syracuse University. (2019). Unintended Consequences. Maxwell Perspective.

Sasha Nyary. (2019). 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.

Encyclopedia Entry

Serin Houston. (2010). Feminist Methodology, in Encyclopedia of Geography. Warf, B. (ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Book Reviews

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.

Web-Based Publications

Serin Houston and Colleen Molnar ‘21. (2020). New Sanctuary Movement. World Religions and Spirituality Project.