Journals

Head, L., Gibson, C., Gill, N., Carr, C. and Waitt, G. 2016 A meta-ethnography to synthesise household cultural research for climate change policy. Local Environment in press 

Toole, S., Klocker, N. and Head, L. 2015 Re-thinking climate change adaptation and capacities at the household scale. Climatic Change. Online 

Gill, N., Osman, P., Head, L., Voyer, M., Waitt, G., Gibson, C., and Harada, T. Solar hot water and the connected household: Why households struggle to make the most of solar hot water systems. Energy Policy 87: 83-94 

Head, L. and Atchison, J. 2015 Entangled invasive lives: indigenous invasive Plant Management in northern Australia. Geografiska Annaler Series B. 97 (2): 169-182. 

Head, L. 2015 The Anthropoceneans. Geographical Research 53:313-320. 

Head, L., Larson, B.M.H., Hobbs, R., Atchison, J., Gill, N., Kull, C. and Rangan, H. 2015 Living with invasive plants in the Anthropocene: the importance of understanding practice and experience. Conservation and Society 13: 311-318

Head, L. and Atchison, J. 2015 Governing invasive plants: policy and practice in managing the Gamba grass (Andropogon gayanus) - bushfire nexus in northern Australia. Land Use Policy 47: 225-234.

Head, L., Atchison, J. and Phillips, C. 2015 The distinctive capacities of plants: re-thinking difference via invasive species. Transactions Institute of British Geographers, 40(3): 399-413

Gibson, C., Head, L. and Carr, C. 2015 From incremental change to radical disjuncture: rethinking everyday household sustainability practices as survival skills. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 105: 416-424

Head, L., Atchison, J., Phillips, C. and Buckingham, K. 2014 Vegetal politics: belonging, practices and places. Social and Cultural Geography 15(8): 861-870.

Head, L. 2014 Living in a weedy future: insights from the garden. Bulletin för trädgårdshistorisk forskning 27: 10-13

Atchison J. and L. Head. 2014 (print date 2012) Yam landscapes; the biogeography and social life of Australian Dioscorea. The Artefact 35: 59-74

Head, L. 2014 Contingencies of the Anthropocene: lessons from the ‘Neolithic’. The Anthropocene Review 1: 113-125

Eriksen, C. and Head, L. 2014 Geographical Fire Research in Australia – Review and Prospects. Geographical Research 52(1): 1-5

Head, L., Adams, M., McGregor, H. and Toole, S. 2014 Australia and Climate Change. WIRES Climate Change 5:175–197. doi: 10.1002/wcc.255

Head, L., Farbotko, C., Gibson, C., Gill, N. and Waitt, G. 2013 Zones of friction, zones of traction: the connected household in climate change and sustainability policy. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 20: 351-362. DOI:10.1080/14486563.2013.835286

Atchison, J. and Head, L. 2013 Eradicating bodies in invasive plant managementEnvironment and Planning D: Society and Space. 31: 951-968.

Farbotko, C. and Head, L. 2013 Gifts, sustainable consumption and giving up green anxieties at Christmas. Geoforum 50: 88-96

Klocker, N. and Head, L. 2013 Diversifying ethnicity in Australia’s population and environment debates. Australian Geographer 44: 41-62

Head, L. 2012 Earthly indifference and human difference. Progress in Human Geography 36: 683-685 (doi:10.1177/0309132512451004b)

Organo, V., Head, L. and Waitt, G. 2012 Who does the work in sustainable households? A time and gender analysis in New South Wales, Australia. Gender, Place and Culture 20: 559-577. DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2012.716401

Waitt, G., Adams, M., Atchison, J., Head, L., Jones, M. Macquarie, P., Saltzman, K., Setten, G. and Stenseke, M. 2012 The Teleconference and its implications for geographical knowledge sharing. Geography 97 (1): 42-46

Head, L. and Gibson, C. 2012 Becoming differently modern: geographic contributions to a generative climate politics. Progress in Human Geography 36(6): 699-714 DOI: 10.1177/0309132512438162

Head, L. 2012 Decentring 1788: beyond biotic nativeness. Geographical Research 50: 166-178

Waitt, G., Caputi, P., Gibson, C., Farbotko, C., Head, L., Gill, N. and Stanes, E. 2012 Sustainable Household Capability: Which households are doing the work of environmental sustainability? Australian Geographer 43(1): 51-74

Head, L., Atchison, J., Gates, A. and Muir, P. 2011 A fine-grained study of the experience of drought, risk and climate change among Australian wheat farming households. Annals, Association of American Geographers 101(5): 1089-1108

Saltzman, K., Head, L. and Stenseke, M. 2011 Do Cows Belong in Nature? The cultural basis of agriculture in Sweden and Australia. Journal of Rural Studies 27: 54-62

Gibson, C., Head, L., Gill, N. and Waitt, G. 2011 Climate change and household dynamics: beyond consumption, unbounding sustainability. Transactions, Institute of British Geographers 36: 3-8

Eriksen, C., Gill, N. and Head, L. 2010 The Gendered Dimensions of Bushfire in ‘New’ Rural Landscapes. Journal of Rural Studies 26: 332-342

Trigger, D. and Head, L. 2010 Restored nature, familiar culture: contesting visions for preferred environments in Australian cities. Nature+Culture 5(3): 231-250, Special Symposium Issue on Urban Ecological Restoration

Head, L. 2010 Cultural ecology: adaptation – retrofitting a concept? Progress in Human Geography 34: 234-242

Atchison, J., Head, L. and Gates A. 2010 Wheat as food, wheat as industrial substance: comparative geographies of transformation and mobility. Geoforum 41: 236-46

Gill, N., Waitt, G. and Head, L. 2009 Local engagements with urban bushland: Moving beyond bounded practice for urban biodiversity management. Landscape and Urban Planning 93: 184-193

Ghosh, S. and Head, L. 2009 Retrofitting the suburban garden: morphologies and some elements of sustainability potential of two Australian residential suburbs compared.Australian Geographer 40: 319-346

Denham, T., Fullagar, R. and Head, L. 2009 Plant exploitation on Sahul: from colonisation to the emergence of regional specialisation during the Holocene. Quaternary International 202: 29-40

Waitt, G., Gill, N. and Head, L. 2009 Walking practice and suburban nature-talk. Social and Cultural Geography 10: 41-60

Head, L. and Atchison, J. 2009 Cultural ecology: emerging human-plant geographies.Progress in Human Geography 33: 236-245

Parker, K., Head, L., Chisholm, L.A., Feneley, N. (2008) A conceptual model of ecological connectivity in the Shellharbour Local Government Area, New South Wales, Australia,Landscape and Urban Planning 86:47-59.

Head, L. 2008 Is the concept of human impacts past its use by date? The Holocene 18: 373-7 (No. 19 in top 50 downloads, September 2008)

Castree, N. and Head, L. 2008 Editorial: Culture, nature and landscape in the Australian region. Geoforum 39: 1255-1257

Head, L. and Muir, P. 2007 Changing cultures of water in eastern Australian backyard gardens. Social and Cultural Geography 8: 889-906

Head, L. 2007 Cultural ecology: the problematic human and the terms of engagement.Progress in Human Geography 31: 837-846

Thomson, E., Cleirigh, C., Head, L. and Muir, P. 2006 Gardeners’ Talk: a linguistic study of relationships between environmental attitudes, beliefs and practices. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 2(3): 425-460

Head, L. and Muir, P. 2006 Suburban life and the boundaries of nature: resilience and rupture in Australian backyard gardens. Transactions, Institute of British Geographers NS 31: 505-524

Ward, I., Fullagar, R., Boer-Mah, T.,Head, L. Tacon, P., and Mulvaney, K. 2006 Comparison of sedimentation and occupation histories inside and outside rock shelters, Keep River Region, Northwestern Australia. Geoarchaeology 21: 1-27

Head, L. and Muir, P. 2006 Edges of Connection: reconceptualising the human role in urban biogeography. Australian Geographer 37: 87-101

Waitt, G., Head, L. and Gill, N. 2006 Introduction: Applied Natures – cultural engagements with Australian environmental management. Australian Geographer 37: 1-3

Head, L., Trigger, D. and Mulcock, J. 2005 Culture as concept and influence in environmental research and management. Conservation and Society 3(2): 251-264

Ward, I., Nanson, G., Head, L., Fullagar, R., Price, D. and Fink, D. 2005 Late Quaternary landscape evolution in the Keep River region, northwestern Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews 24: 1906-1922

Atchison, J., Head, L. and Fullagar R. 2005 Archaeobotany of fruit seed processing in a monsoon savanna environment: evidence from the Keep River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science 32: 167-181

Head, L., Muir, P. and Hampel, E. 2004 Australian backyard gardens and the journey of migration. The Geographical Review 94: 326-347

Head, L. and Muir, P. 2004 Nativeness, invasiveness and nation in Australian plants. The Geographical Review 94: 199-217