Head, L., Klocker, N., Dun, O. and Aguirre-Bielschowsky, I. 2019 Cultivating Engagements: Ethnic minority migrants, agriculture, and environment in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Annals of the American Association of Geographers Article first published online: May 29, 2019.

Head, L., Klocker, N. and Aguirre-Bielschowsky, I. 2019 Environmental values, knowledge and behaviour: contributions of an emergent literature on the role of ethnicity and migration. Progress in Human Geography. 43(3): 397-415.

Klocker, N., Head, L., Dun, O. and Spaven, T. 2018 Experimenting with agricultural diversity: Migrant knowledge as a resource for climate change adaptation. Journal of Rural Studies 57: 13-24.

Dun, O., Klocker, N. and Head, L. 2018 Recognising knowledge transfers in ‘unskilled’ and ‘low-skilled’ international migration: insights from Pacific Island seasonal workers in rural Australia. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 59(3): 276-292. 

Bulkeley, H., Drew, G., Hobbs, R. and Head, L. 2018 Book Panel Paper: Conversations with Lesley Head about Hope and Grief in the Anthropocene: Reconceptualising Human-Nature RelationsGeographical Review 56(3): 325-335.

Van Holstein, E. and Head, L. 2018 Shifting colonial discourses of environmentalism: representations of indigeneity and migration in an Australian conservation magazine. Geoforum 94: 41-52.

Head, L., Klocker, N., Dun, O. and Spaven, T. 2018 Irrigator relations with water in the Sunraysia region, northwestern Victoria. Geographical Research 56: 92-105.

Head, L. 2017 Why stop at response? Dialogues in Human Geography 7: 203-6.

Head, L. and Harada, T. 2017 Keeping the heart a long way from the brain: the emotional labour of climate scientists. Emotion, Space and Society 24: 34-41.

Head, L. 2017 The Social Dimensions of Invasive Plants. Nature Plants 3: 17075.

Barnett, J., Tschakert, P., Head, L. and Adger, W.N. 2016 A Science of Loss. Nature Climate Change 6: 976-8.

Head, L., Gibson, C., Gill, N., Carr, C. and Waitt, G. 2016 A meta-ethnography to synthesise household cultural research for climate change response. Local Environment 21(12): 1467-1481. 

Toole, S., Klocker, N. and Head, L. 2016 Re-thinking climate change adaptation and capacities at the household scale. Climatic Change 135: 203-209.

Gill, N., Osman, P., Head, L., Voyer, M., Harada, T., Waitt, G. and Gibson, C. 2015 Looking beyond installation: 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. Artefact 35: 59-74.

Head, L. 2014 Contingencies of the Anthropocene: lessons from the ‘Neolithic’. The Anthropocene Review 1(2): 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.

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.

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(5): 683-685.

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. 

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.

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 and 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 comparedAustralian Geographer 40(3): 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 geographiesProgress in Human Geography 33(2): 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(1): 47-59.

Head, L. 2008 Is the concept of human impacts past its use by date? The Holocene 18(3): 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(3): 1255-1257.

Head, L. and Muir, P. 2007 Changing cultures of water in eastern Australian backyard gardens. Social and Cultural Geography 8(6): 889-906.

Head, L. 2007 Cultural ecology: the problematic human and the terms of engagement.Progress in Human Geography 31(6): 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 of the Institute of British Geographers, New Series 31(4): 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): 1-27.

Head, L. and Muir, P. 2006 Edges of Connection: reconceptualising the human role in urban biogeography. Australian Geographer 37(1): 87-101.

Waitt, G., Head, L. and Gill, N. 2006 Introduction: Applied Natures – cultural engagements with Australian environmental management. Australian Geographer 37(1): 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(2): 167-181.

Head, L., Muir, P. and Hampel, E. 2004 Australian backyard gardens and the journey of migration. The Geographical Review 94(3): 326-347.

Head, L. and Muir, P. 2004 Nativeness, invasiveness and nation in Australian plants. The Geographical Review 94(2): 199-217.