Wakefield, S. (Under contract). Anthropocene Back Loop: Experimentation in Unsafe Operating Space. Ann Arbor, MI: Open Humanities Press (Critical Climate Change II).

Wakefield, S. (Manuscript in preparation). Miami Forever: Urbanism in the Back Loop.

Articles, interviews, and other selected essays

Wakefield, S. (Forthcoming 2019) “Amphibious Architecture Beyond the Levees.” Mobilities. June. Doi: 10.1080/17450101.2019.1596581.

Wakefield, S. & Braun, B. (2019) “Oystertecture: infrastructure, profanation and the sacred figure of the human,” Hetherington, K. (ed.) Infrastructure, Environment, and Life in the Anthropocene. Durham, Duke University Press.

Wakefield, S. (2019) “Thoughts on Space After Deleuze,” Informal text prepared for AAG Author Meets Critics on Arun Saldanha’s Space After Deleuze. 

Wakefield, S. (Forthcoming) “More of the Same? Life Beyond the Liberal One World World,” In: Chandler, D., Grove, K. and Wakefield, S. (Forthcoming) Resilience and the Anthropocene: Re-Designing Governance, Ethics, and Critique in a Complex World. Abingdon: Routledge.

Wakefield, S. and Moreno, G. 2018. “Tools for a Thawing World.” Exhibition catalogue essay for SUPERFLEX: We Are All in the Same Boat, Museum of Art and Design, Miami Dade College.

Wakefield, S. (2018) “Infrastructures of liberal life: From modernity and progress to resilience and ruins,” Geography Compass, 12(7).

Wakefield, S. (2018) “Inhabiting the Anthropocene Back Loop,” Resilience: International Policies, Practices, and Discourses, 6(1).

Wakefield, S. (2017) “Dreaming the Back Loop,” Affidavit, June 6.

Braun, B. and Wakefield, S. (2018) “Destituent Power and Common Use: Reading Agamben in the Anthropocene,” Coleman, M. and Agnew, J. Geographies of Power. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

Wakefield, S. (In press) “Us Without the World: Humans in the Anthropocene,” in Clark, N., Saldanha, A., and Yusoff, K. (Eds.), Capitalism and the Earth. Brooklyn, NY: Punctum Books.

Wakefield, S. (2017) “Field Notes from the Anthropocene: Living in the Back Loop.” The Brooklyn Rail.

Bennett, D. (2017) “Urban Geographer Stephanie Wakefield on Climate Change: ‘This could be our opportunity.'” Interview. Miami New Times. July 12.

Wakefield, S. (2017) Commentary: The Neoliberal Subject: Resilience, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Society & Space Open.

Wakefield, S. and Dyer, G. (2015) “Notes from the Anthropocene 2: Infrastructure,” Brooklyn Rail, March 5

Wakefield, S. (2014) “Man in the Anthropocene (as portrayed by the film Gravity)” May Revue 13

Wakefield, S. and Braun, B. (2014) “Governing the resilient city,” Introduction to guest edited theme section “A New Apparatus: Technology, Government and the Resilient City,” in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32(1) 4 – 11

Wakefield, S. and Braun, B. (2014) “Inhabiting the Post-Apocalyptic City,” Society and Space supplementary commentary

Wakefield, S. and Dyer, G. (2014) “Notes from the Anthropocene 1,” Brooklyn Rail, November 5.

Wakefield, S. and Walczak, A. (2014) “Politics in the Anthropocene: A Conversation between Stephanie Wakefield and Antek Walczak,” May Revue 13.

Johnson, E., H. Morehouse, S. Dalby, J. Lehman, S. Nelson, R. Rowan, S. Wakefield and Yusoff, K. (2014) “After the Anthropocene: Politics and geographic inquiry for a new epoch,” Progress in Human Geography, 38(3), pp. 439 – 456.

Wakefield, S. (2013) “Faultline Topology and the Anthropocene,” in Blumenfeld, J, Bottici, C, Critchley, S (Eds), The Anarchist Turn, Pluto Press, London


Agamben, G. (2014) “What is a Destituent Power? Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32(1) 65 – 74