select publications

* denotes article with graduate student

Mountz, A., Bonds, A., Mansfield, B., Loyd, J., Hyndman,J, Walton-Roberts, M., Basu, R., Whitson, R., Hawkins, R., Hamilton, T., Curran, W. 2015. For slow scholarship: A feminist politics of resistance through collective action in the neoliberal university. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 14(4): 1235-59.

* Stoll, J., J. Poon, and T. Hamilton. 2015. Sustainable Practice? An Examination of Canada's Agricultural and Energy Cooperatives. The Professional Geographer 67(2), 187-194.

*Joseph, S. and T. Hamilton. 2014. Development and dependence along the New York-Haiti remittance corridor. The Professional Geographer 66: 149-159.

Hamilton, T. 2013. Beyond market signals: Negotiating marketplace politics and corporate responsibilities. Economic Geography 89: 285-307.

Hamilton, T. and W. Curran. 2013. From "five angry women" to "kick ass community": Gentrification and environmental activism in Brooklyn and beyond. Urban Studies 50: 1557-1574.

Curran, W. and T. Hamilton. 2012. Just green enough: Contesting environmental gentrification in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Local Environment 17: 1027-1042.

* Hamilton, T. and D. Tschopp. 2012. The market for corporate responsibility reporting in the Americas. Growth & Change 43: 563-589.

Hamilton, T. 2011. Putting corporate responsibility in its place. Geography Compass 5: 710-722.

Hamilton, T. 2009. Power in numbers: a call for analytical generosity toward new political strategies. Environment and Planning A 41: 284-301.

Angel, D, T. Hamilton, and M. Huber. 2007. Global environmental standards for industry. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 32: 295-316.

Dr. Trina Hamilton
Department of Geography
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14261-0055
Telephone: (716) 645-0482
Fax: (716) 645-2329
E-mail: trinaham at buffalo dot edu
Trina eats geography for breakfast
118 Wilkeson Quad
PhD (Geography), Clark University, 2006.
BA (Geography and English Literature), University of British Columbia, 1998.