Selected Publications

Books

Katherine McKittrick. Dear Science and Other Stories. Durham: Duke University Press. Forthcoming.

Katherine McKittrick, ed. Sylvia Wynter:  On Being Human as Praxis. Durham: Duke University Press, 2015.

Katherine McKittrick and Clyde Woods, eds. Black Geographies and the Politics of Place. Toronto: Between the Lines Press, 2007.

Katherine McKittrick. Demonic Grounds: Black Women and the Cartographies of Struggle. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006.

Articles

Katherine McKittrick, Frances H. O’Shaughnessy, Kendall Witaszek. “Rhythm, or On Sylvia Wynter’s Science of the Word,” American Quarterly, 70:4 (December 2018): 867-874.

Katherine McKittrick and Alexander G. Weheliye. “808s & Heartbreak,” Propter Nos, 2:1, (2017): 13-42.

Katherine McKittrick. “Austin Clarke’s Books,” The Puritan, (July 31 2017).

Katherine McKittrick. “Worn Out,” Southeastern Geographer, 57:1, (2017): 96-100.

Katherine McKittrick, “Rebellion/Invention/Groove,” Small Axe: A Caribbean Platform for Criticism, 20 (1_49), (March 2016): 79-91.

Katherine McKittrick. “Diachronic Loops/Deadweight Tonnage/Bad Made Measure,”cultural geographies, 23:1, (2016): 3-18.

Katherine McKittrick and Rinaldo Walcott. “Introduction: Dionne Brand’s Difficult Pleasures,” in Dina Georgis, Katherine McKittrick and Rinaldo Walcott, eds., No Language Is Neutral: Essays on Dionne Brand, Special Issue of Topia, 34, (Fall 2015):  6-10.

Katherine McKittrick. “Fantastic Still Life:  On Richard Iton (A Working Paper),”  Contemporary Political Theory/Remembering and Reading the Work of Richard Iton (1961-2013), (February 2015):  24-32.

Katherine McKittrick. “Wait Canada Anticipate Black,” The CLR James Journal, 20:2/1, (Fall 2014):  243-249.

Katherine McKittrick. “Mathematics Black Life,” The Black Scholar, 44:2, (Summer 2014):  16-28.

Katherine McKittrick. “Plantation Futures,” Small Axe:  A Caribbean Platform for Criticism, 17 (3_42), (November 2013):  1-15.

Katherine McKittrick. “On Plantations, Prisons, and a Black Sense of Place,”Journal of Social and Cultural Geography, 12:8 (2011): 947-963.

Katherine McKittrick. “Science Quarrels Sculpture: The Politics of Reading Sarah Baartman,” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature—A Special Issue: Sculpture, 43:2 (June 2010): 113-130.

Katherine McKittrick (in conversation with Carole Boyce Davies). “Intellectual Life: Carole Boyce Davies’s Left of Karl Marx: The Political Life of Black Communist Claudia Jones,” MaComere: The Journal of the Association of Caribbean Writers and Scholars, (April 2008): 27-42.

Katherine McKittrick. “I Entered the Lists…Diaspora Catalogues: The List, The Unbearable Territory, and Tormented Chronologies—Three Narratives and a Weltanschauung,” XCP: Cross Cultural Poetics, 17, (2007): 7-29.

Katherine McKittrick. “‘Their Blood is There, and They Can’t Throw it Out’: Honouring Black Canadian Geographies,” Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 7, (2002): 27-37.

Katherine McKittrick. “‘Who Do You Talk To, When a Body’s in Trouble?’: M. Nourbese Philip’s UnSilencing of Black Bodies in the Diaspora,” Social and Cultural Geography, 1:2, (2000a) 223-236.

Katherine McKittrick. “‘Black and ‘Cause I’m Black I’m Blue’: Transverse Racial Geographies in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye,” Gender, Place and Culture, 7:2 (2000b): 125-142.

Book Chapters

Katherine McKittrick, “Introduction/Yours in the Intellectual Struggle:  On Sylvia Wynter and The Realization of the Living,” in Katherine McKittrick, ed. Sylvia Wynter:  On Being Human as Praxis. Duke University Press, 2015.

Katherine McKittrick. “Axis: Bold as Love: On Sylvia Wynter and Being Human as Praxis” in Katherine McKittrick, ed. Sylvia Wynter:  On Being Human as Praxis. Duke University Press, 2015.

Katherine McKittrick and Clyde Woods. “Introduction: No One Knows the Mysteries at the Bottom of The Ocean,” in Katherine McKittrick and Clyde Woods, eds., Black Geographies and the Politics of Place. Toronto: Between the Lines Press, 2007: 1-13.

Katherine McKittrick. “Freedom is a Secret: The Future Usability of the Underground,” in Katherine McKittrick and Clyde Woods, eds., Black Geographies and the Politics of Place. Toronto: Between the Lines Press, 2007: 97-111.

Journals

Nik Heynen, Andrew Kent, Katherine McKittrick, Vinay Gidwani, and Wendy Lerner, eds., Neil Smith’s Long Revolutionary Imperative. Special Issue of Antipode, 49, S1, (January 2017).

Dina Georgis, Katherine McKittrick and Rinaldo Walcott, eds. No Language Is Neutral: Essays on Dionne Brand. Special Issue of Topia, 34, (Fall 2015).

Interviews

Interview:  Andy Kent interviews Katherine McKittrick about Antipode, Interdisciplinarity, and Dear Science.

Interview:  Peter Hudson interviews Katherine McKittrick on Black Geographies.