Books

Katherine McKittrick, ed. Sylvia Wynter:  On Being Human as Praxis. 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.

Journal

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

Articles

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.

Selected Forthcoming Research

Katherine McKittrick. Dear Science and Other Stories. Forthcoming monograph in preparation.

Interviews

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

Interview:  Peter Hudson interviews Katherine McKittrick on Black Geographies.