Peer Reviewed Articles

Loyd, Jenna M. 2015. “Carceral Citizenship in an Age of Global Apartheid.” Occasion. 8: 1-15.

Loyd, Jenna M., Mitchell-Eaton, Emily, and Alison Mountz. 2015. “The Militarization of Islands and Migration: Tracing Human Mobility through US Bases in the Caribbean and the Pacific.” Political Geography. doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.11.006.

Great Lakes Feminist Geography Collective (Mountz, Alison, Bonds, Anne, Mansfield, Becky, Loyd, Jenna, Hyndman, Jennifer, Walton-Roberts, Margaret, Basu, Ranu, Whitson, Rina, Hawkins, Roberta, Hamilton, Trina, Curran, Winifred). 2015. “For Slow Scholarship: A Feminist Politics of Resistance through Collective Action in the Neoliberal University.” ACME. 14(4): 1235-1259.

Loyd, Jenna M. and Alison Mountz. 2014. “Managing Migration: Scaling Sovereignty on Islands.” Island Studies Journal (Special issue on islands as hubs of migration and asylum). 9(1): 23-42.

Mountz, Alison, and Jenna M. Loyd. 2014. “Transnational Productions of Remoteness: Building Onshore and Offshore Carceral Regimes across Borders.” Geographica Helvetica (Special issue on criminality and carcerality across boundaries). 69: 389-398.

Mountz, Alison, and Jenna M. Loyd. 2014. “Constructing the Mediterranean Region: Islands and the Bordering of Europe’s Migration ‘Crisis.’” ACME (Special issue on EU-Africa borderlands). 13(2): 173-195.

Coddington, Kate, R. Catania, Tina, Loyd, Jenna, Mitchell-Eaton, Emily, and Alison Mountz. 2012. “Embodied Possibilities, Sovereign Geographies, and Island Detention: Negotiating the ‘Right to Have Rights’ on Guam, Lampedusa, and Christmas Island.” Shima. 6(2): 27-48.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2012. “Geographies of Peace and Antiviolence.” Geography Compass. 6(8): 477-489.

Mountz, Alison, Coddington, Kate, Catania, R. Tina, and Jenna M. Loyd. 2012. “Conceptualizing Detention: Mobility, Containment, Bordering, and Exclusion.” Progress in Human Geography. 37(4): 522-541.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2010. “‘Peace Is Our Only Shelter’: Questioning Domesticities of Militarization and White Privilege.” Antipode. 43(3): 845-873.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2009. “‘A Microscopic Insurgent’: Militarization, Health, and Critical Geographies of Violence.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers (Special issue on Geographies of Peace and Conflict). 99(5): 863-873. (Reprinted in Kobayashi, Audrey, ed. 2013. Geographies of Peace and Armed Conflict. New York: Routledge.)

Loyd, Jenna M., Mitchelson, Matt and Andrew Burridge. 2009-2010. “Thinking (and Moving) Beyond Walls and Cages: Bridging Immigrant Justice and Anti-Prison Organizing in the United States.” Social Justice. 36(2): 21-37.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2009. “‘War Is Not Healthy for Children and Other Living Things.’” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 27(3): 403-424. (Reprinted in Boys Town redux – virtual theme issue, Environment and Planning D, February 6, 2012

Loyd, Jenna M. and Andrew Burridge. 2007. “La Gran Marcha: Anti-Racism and Immigrants Rights in Southern California.” ACME. 6(1): 1-35.  


Book Chapters & Encyclopedia Entries

Loyd, Jenna M. (forthcoming, 2017). “Obamacare and Sovereign Debt: Race, Reparations, and the Haunting of Premature Death.”  In Ehlers, Nadine and Leslie Hinkson, eds. Subprime Health: Debt and Race in U.S. Medicine. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2017. “Social Justice.” The Wiley-AAG International Encyclopedia of Geography.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2015. “Whitey on the Moon: Space, Race, and the Crisis of Black Mobility.” In Montegary, Liz and Melissa White, eds. Mobile Desires: The Politics and Erotics of Mobility Justice. Palgrave Pivot, 41-52.

Loyd, Jenna M. and Andrew Burridge. 2015. “Million Dollar Blocks.” In Scott, Emily and Kirsten Swenson, eds. Critical Landscapes: Art, Space, Politics. Berkeley: University of California Press, 242-244.

Loyd, Jenna M., Mitchelson, Matt, and Andrew Burridge. 2012. “Introduction: Borders, Prisons, and Abolitionist Visions” in Loyd, Jenna M., Mitchelson, Matt, and Andrew Burridge, eds. Beyond Walls and Cages: Prisons, Borders, and Global Crisis. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1-15.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2012. “Where is the Border?: Chasing John Brown from New York to Arizona.” In Borcilă, Rozalinda, Fortune, Bonnie, and Sarah Ross, eds. Deep Routes: The Midwest in all Directions. Chicago: Compass Collaborators, 189-201.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2011. “American Exceptionalism, Abolition and the Possibilities for Non-Killing Futures.” In Inwood, Joshua, and James Tyner, eds. Non-Killing Geographies. Honolulu: Center for Global Nonkilling, 103-126.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2010. “Where is Community Health?: Racism, the Clinic, and the Biopolitical State.” In Patton, Cindy, ed. Rebirth of the Clinic: Places and Agents in Contemporary Health Care. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 39-68. 


Loyd, Jenna M. 2016. Review of Ruben Andersson, Illegality, Inc.: Clandestine Migration and the Business of Bordering Europe. British Journal of Criminology. doi: 10.1093/bjc/azw052.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2015. Book review symposium for Shiloh Krupar’s Hot Spotter’s Report. Antipode.  

Loyd, Jenna M. 2015. Review of Tings Chak, Undocumented: The Architecture of Migrant Detention. Upping-the-Anti. 17: 155-163.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2015. Review of Fiona McConnell, Nick Megoran, and Philippa Williams (eds.), Geographies of Peace. Antipode,

Loyd, Jenna M. 2010. Review of David M. P. Freund, Colored Property: State Policy and White Racial Politics in Suburban America. Antipode. 42(1): 224-230.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2009. Review of Lois Ahrens, ed. The Real Cost of Prisons Comix. ColorLines, October.

Loyd, Jenna M. 2007. Review of South End Press Collective, ed. What Lies Beneath: Katrina, Race, and the State of the Nation. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism. 18(3): 122-129.