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Professor Ian Cook
Professor of Cultural Geography

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Key publications



Cook et al I (2018). Inviting construction: Primark, Rana Plaza and political LEGO. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 43(3), 477-495. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Cook et al I (2017). From 'follow the thing: papaya' to followthethings.com. Journal of Consumer Ethics, 1(1), 22-29. Full text.
Cook et al IJ, Crutchlow P, Mikayla, et al (2017). Museum of Contemporary Commodities, Pavilion Gallery, Royal Geographical Society, Exhibition Road, London (24-27 August).
Cook et al I (2016). Les géographies du numérique: on en veut encore! | More digital geographies, please. Justice Spatiale | Spatial Justice, 10 Full text.
Crutchlow P, Cook IJ, et al (2016). The Museum of Contemporary Commodities, online collection and website.  Abstract. Web link.
Gabie N, Gabie J, Cook IJ (2015). Dust, in 'Bideford Black, the Next Generation' exhibition, Burton Art Gallery & Museum, Bideford, UK (3 October - 13 November).  Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by category


Books

Ditty S, Cook IJ, Hunter L (2015). Cómo ser un revolucionario de la moda. Ashbourne, Fashion Revolution. Author URL.
Ditty S, Cook IJ, Hunter L (2015). How to be a fashion revolutionary., Ashbourne: Fashion Revolution. Abstract.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
Crang MA, Cook IJ (2007). Doing ethnographies. London, Sage. Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Cloke P, Crang P, Philo C, Goodwin M, Painter J (2004). Practising human geography. London, Sage.  Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Naylor S, Ryan J, Crouch D (2000). Cultural turns / geographical turns: perspectives on cultural geography. Harlow, Longman.  Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang M (1995). Doing ethnographies. Norwich, Geobooks. Author URL.

Journal articles

Cook et al I (2018). Inviting construction: Primark, Rana Plaza and political LEGO. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 43(3), 477-495. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Cook et al I (2017). From 'follow the thing: papaya' to followthethings.com. Journal of Consumer Ethics, 1(1), 22-29. Full text.
Cook et al I (2016). Les géographies du numérique: on en veut encore! | More digital geographies, please. Justice Spatiale | Spatial Justice, 10 Full text.
Philo C, Askins K, Cook IJ (2015). 'Civic Geographies: pictures and other things at an exhibition.'. Acme: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 14(2), 355-366. Abstract.  Full text.
Hudson C, Cook IJ (2015). Occupy RGS(IBG) 2012. Acme: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 14(2), 413-421. Full text.
Cook et al I (2014). 'Afters': 26 authors, a blog and a 'workshop imagination geared to writing'. Cultural geographies, 21(1), 135-140. DOI.
Cook et al I (2014). 'Organic Public Geographies and REF Impact'. Acme: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 13(1), 47-51.  Publisher URL.
Cook et al I (2014). Fabrication critique et web 2.0: les géographies matérielles de followthethings.com. Géographie et cultures, 91-92, 23-48. Abstract.  Full text.
Cook IJ, Hobson K, Hallett L, Guthman J, Murphy A, Hulme A, Sheller M, Crewe L, Nally D, Roe E, et al (2011). Geographies of food: afters. Progress in human geography, 35(1), 104-120. Abstract. DOI.
Cook IJ, Hawkins H, Sacks S, Rawling E, Griffiths H, Swift D, Evans J, Rothnie G, Wilson J, Williams A, et al (2011). Organic public geographies: 'making the connection'. Antipode, 43(3), 909-926. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Hawkins H, Sacks S, Rawling E, Griffiths HG, Swift D, Evans J, Rothnie G, Wilson J, Williams A, et al (2011). Organic public geographies: 'making the connection'. Antipode, 43(4), 909-926.
Cook et al I (2008). Geographies of food: mixing. Progress in Human Geography, 32(6), 821-833.  Publisher URL. DOI.
Anderson J, Askins K, Cook IJ, Desforges L, Evans J, Fannin M, Fuller D, Griffiths H, Lambert D, Lee R, et al (2008). What is geography's contribution to making citizens. Geography, 93(1), 34-39. Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Evans J, Griffiths H, Morris R, Wrathmell S (2007). 'It's more than just what it is': defetishising commodities, expanding fields, mobilising change…. Geoforum, 38(6), 1113-1126. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Evans J, Cook IJ, Griffiths H (2007). Creativity, group pedagogy & social action: a departure from Gough. Educational philosophy and theory, 40(2), 330-345.  Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Harrison M (2007). Follow the thing: ‘West Indian hot pepper sauce’. Space and culture, 10(1), 40-63. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Evans J, Griffiths H, Mayblin L, Payne R, Roberts D (2007). ‘Made in… ?’ appreciating the everyday geographies of connected lives?. Teaching geography(Summer), 80-83.  Publisher URL.
Cook et al I (2006). Geographies of food: following. Progress in human geography, 30(5), 655-666.  Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Williams A, Motamedi M (2006). Stuff geography. Primary Geographer(Autumn), 38-39.  Publisher URL.
Cook et al I (2004). Follow the thing: papaya. Antipode, 36(4), 642-664. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Harrison M (2003). ‘Cross over food: re-materialising postcolonial geographies’. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 28(3), 296-331. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook et al I (2001). Social sculpture and connective aesthetics: Shelley Sacks’s ‘Exchange values’. Ecumene, 7(3), 337-343. Abstract.
Cook IJ, Angus T, Evans J (2001). ‘A manifesto for cyborg pedagogy’. International research in geographical & environmental education, 10(2), 195-201.  Publisher URLFull text. DOI.
Cook IJ (2000). 'Nothing can ever be a case of us and them again': exploring the politics of difference through border pedagogy & student journal writing. Journal of geography in higher education, 24(1), 13-27. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (1998). Biographies & geographies: consumer understandings of the origins of foods. British food journal, 100(3), 162-167. Abstract. DOI.
Cook IJ, Crang P (1996). 'The world on a plate': culinary culture, displacement and geographical knowledges. Journal of material culture, 1(2), 131-153. Abstract.   Publisher URLAuthor URL. DOI.

Chapters

Cook IJ, Crang P (In Press). Consumption & its geographies. In Daniels P, Bradshaw M, Shaw D, Sidaway J (Eds.) Introduction to Human Geography, Harlow: Pearson.
Burton K, Cook IJ, Putnam H (In Press). The geographer's guide to collaborative collaboration. In Raven-Ellison D (Ed) The geographer's guide.
Cook IJ, Bagelman J (2019). Enacting public geographies. In Kobayashi A (Ed) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Elsevier.
Cook et al I (2017). followthethings.com: analysing relations between the making, reception and impact of commodity activism in a transmedia world. In Söderström O, Kloetzer L (Eds.) Innovations sociales: comment les sciences sociales transforment la société, Neuchátel, Switzerland: University of Neuchátel, 46-60.  Author URL.  Full text.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2016). Consumption and its geographies. In Daniels P, Bradshaw M, Shaw D, Sidaway J, Hall T (Eds.) An introduction to human geography, Harlow: Pearson, 379-398.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2014). The World on a Plate: Culinary Culture, Displacement and Geographical Knowledges. In Pilcher J (Ed) Food History: Critical and Primary Sources, London: Bloomsbury. Abstract.
Cook IJ, Jackson P, Hayes-Conroy A, Abrahamsson S, Sandover R, Sheller M, Henderson H, Hallett IV L, Imai S, Maye D, et al (2013). Food’s cultural geographies: texture, creativity & publics. In Johnson N, Schein R, Winders J (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Cultural Geography, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 343-354.  Author URL.
Cook IJ, Crang, P. (2012). Consumption & its geographies. In Daniels P, Bradshaw M, Shaw D, Sidaway J (Eds.) An introduction to human geography, Harlow: Pearson, 396-415.
Cook IJ, Woodyer T (2012). Lives of things. In Sheppard E, Barnes T, Peck J (Eds.) Wiley-Blackwell companion to economic geography, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 226-241.  Author URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2012). The world on a plate: culinary culture, displacement and geographical knowledges. In Steger M (Ed) Globalization & culture: volume 1, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 230-252.   Publisher URL.
Allsop D, Allen H, Clare H, Cook IJ, Raxter H, Upton C, Williams A (2010). Ethnography & participant observation. In Gomez B, III JPJ (Eds.) Research methods in geography: a critical introduction, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Tolia-Kelly DP (2010). Material geographies. In Hicks D, Beaudry M (Eds.) Oxford handbook of material culture studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Cook et al I (2008). Geographies of food: following. In Tucker L (Ed) Bioneering: hybrid investigations of food, Irvine, California: University of California, Irvine, 126-139.
Cook et al I (2008). Pozicioniranost / situirano znanje. In Atkinson D, Jackson P, Sibley D, Washbourne N (Eds.) Kulturna geografija: kriticki rjecnik klucnih pojmova, Zagreb: Disput, 41-53.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Harrison M, Lacey C (2006). The power of shopping. In Wilson R (Ed) Post party politics, London: Involve, 42-46.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (2005). Participant Observation. In Flowerdew R, Martin D (Eds.) Methods in human geography: a guide for new students, Harlow: Prentice Hall, 167-188.   Publisher URL.
Cook et al I (2005). Positionality / situated knowledge. In Atkinson D, Jackson P, Sibley D, Washbourne N (Eds.) Cultural geography: a critical dictionary of key ideas, London: IB Tauris, 16-26.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (2004). Trade. In Harrison S, Pile S, Thrift N (Eds.) Patterned ground: ecologies of culture and nature, London: Reaktion, 124-126.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (2004). Tropics of consumption: getting with the fetish of ‘exotic’ fruit?. In Reimer S, Hughes A (Eds.) Geographies of commodity chains, London: Routledge, 173-192.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2004). ‘The world on a plate: culinary culture, displacement & geographical knowledges’. In Thrift N, Whatmore S (Eds.) Cultural geography: critical concepts in the social sciences (volume 1), Routledge.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2003). ‘The world on a plate: culinary culture, displacement & geographical knowledges’. In Clarke D, Doel M, Housiaux K (Eds.) The consumption reader, London: Routledge, 113-116.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (2001). ‘You want to be careful you don’t end up like Ian. He’s all over the place’: autobiography in/of an expanded field. In Moss P (Ed) Placing autobiography in geography, Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 99-120.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (2000). 'Have you got the customer's permission?' Category management and circuits of knowledge in the UK food business. In Bryson J, Daniels P, Henry N, Pollard J (Eds.) Knowledge, space, economy, London: Routledge, 242-260.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (2000). Culture and political economy: introduction. In Cook IJ, Crouch D, Naylor S, Ryan J (Eds.) Cultural turns / geographical turns: perspectives on cultural geography, London: Pearson.  Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (2000). Regions to be cheerful? Culinary authenticity & its geographies. In Cook I, Crouch D, Naylor S, Ryan J (Eds.) Cultural turns / geographical turns: perspectives on cultural geography, Harlow: Longman, 109-139.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (1999). Eating into Britishness: multicultural imaginaries and the identity politics of food. In Roseneil S, Seymour J (Eds.) Practising identities: power & resistance, Oxford: Macmillan, 223-248.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (1999). New fruits and vanity: symbolic production in the global food economy. In Bryson J, Henry N, Keeble D, Martin R (Eds.) The economic geography reader: producing & consuming global capitalism, Chichester: Wiley, 301-306.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (1997). Participant observation. In Flowerdew R, Martin D (Eds.) Methods in human geography: a guide for students doing research projects, Harlow: Longman, 127-149.
Cook IJ (1995). Constructing the exotic: the case of tropical fruit. In Allen J, Massey D (Eds.) Geographical worlds, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 137-149.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (1994). New fruits and vanity: symbolic production in the global food economy. In Bonanno A, Busch L, Friedland WH, Gouveia L, Mingione E (Eds.) From Columbus to ConAgra: the globalisation of agriculture and food, Lawrence, KA: University Press of Kansas, 232-248.   Publisher URL.

Internet publications

Cook et al I (2017). What to do if you find a cry for help in your Christmas presents this year. The Conversation 22 December. Web link.
Crutchlow P, Cook IJ, et al (2016). The Museum of Contemporary Commodities, online collection and website.  Abstract. Web link.
Cook IJ, Thorogood J, Franklin M, Angell S, Flint F, Board B, Swadling T, Saxton J, Pincock J, Hargreaves E, et al (2013). Ethical Trade Trumps card game (make-it-yourself card game with instructions, card template and sample cards, scanned & uploaded to flickr.com).  Author URL. Web link.
Kemppainen E, Parkin J, Skau S, Bird E, Cook I, Cook R, Scotford N, Shifrina D (2012). Made in Lego (re-creations of scenes from followthethings.com pages in Lego, photographed & published on flickr.com).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook IJ (2011). @followthethings (the followthethings.com twitter feed).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook IJ (2011). What would you say to the person who made your shirt? Eden Project Blog.   Publisher URLAuthor URL. Web link.
Cook et al IJ (2011). followtheblog.org (the followthethings.com blog).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook IJ, Parkinson A (2011). followthethings champion shopper missions (a series of online missions on the website missionexplore.net).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook et al I (2011). followthethings.com.  Full text. Web link.
Cook et al I (2009). Writing collaboration: a work in progress.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Griffiths H, Cook IJ, Evans J (2008). Making the connection. mobile phone geographies.  Author URL.
Griffiths H, Cook IJ (2008). Think-piece on children and Young People’s Geographies.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
Cook et al I (2002). Commodities: the DNA of capitalism.  Abstract.  Author URL.

Publications by year



In Press

Cook IJ, Crang P (In Press). Consumption & its geographies. In Daniels P, Bradshaw M, Shaw D, Sidaway J (Eds.) Introduction to Human Geography, Harlow: Pearson.
Cook IJ (In Press). Tarvitsemme Lisää Tutkimusta.  Author URL.
Burton K, Cook IJ, Putnam H (In Press). The geographer's guide to collaborative collaboration. In Raven-Ellison D (Ed) The geographer's guide.

2019

Cook IJ, Bagelman J (2019). Enacting public geographies. In Kobayashi A (Ed) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Elsevier.

2018

Cook et al I (2018). Inviting construction: Primark, Rana Plaza and political LEGO. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 43(3), 477-495. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2017

Cook et al I (2017). From 'follow the thing: papaya' to followthethings.com. Journal of Consumer Ethics, 1(1), 22-29. Full text.
Cook et al IJ, Crutchlow P, Mikayla, et al (2017). Museum of Contemporary Commodities, Pavilion Gallery, Royal Geographical Society, Exhibition Road, London (24-27 August).
Cook IJ, Kemppainen E (2017). Tarvitsemme Lisää Tutkimusta. Voima, 7, 24-25. Author URL.
Cook et al I (2017). What to do if you find a cry for help in your Christmas presents this year. The Conversation 22 December. Web link.
Cook et al I (2017). followthethings.com: analysing relations between the making, reception and impact of commodity activism in a transmedia world. In Söderström O, Kloetzer L (Eds.) Innovations sociales: comment les sciences sociales transforment la société, Neuchátel, Switzerland: University of Neuchátel, 46-60.  Author URL.  Full text.

2016

Cook IJ, Crang P (2016). Consumption and its geographies. In Daniels P, Bradshaw M, Shaw D, Sidaway J, Hall T (Eds.) An introduction to human geography, Harlow: Pearson, 379-398.
Cook et al I (2016). Les géographies du numérique: on en veut encore! | More digital geographies, please. Justice Spatiale | Spatial Justice, 10 Full text.
Crutchlow P, Cook IJ, et al (2016). Museum of Contemporary Commodities, shop-gallery, 87 Fore Street, Exeter (4 - 21 May).  Abstract.
Crutchlow P, Cook IJ, et al (2016). Museum of Contemporary Commodities, shop-gallery, 87 Fore Street, Exeter (4 - 21 May).  Abstract.
Crutchlow P, Cook IJ, et al (2016). The Museum of Contemporary Commodities, online collection and website.  Abstract. Web link.

2015

Philo C, Askins K, Cook IJ (2015). 'Civic Geographies: pictures and other things at an exhibition.'. Acme: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 14(2), 355-366. Abstract.  Full text.
Ditty S, Cook IJ, Hunter L (2015). Cómo ser un revolucionario de la moda. Ashbourne, Fashion Revolution. Author URL.
Gabie N, Gabie J, Cook IJ (2015). Dust, in 'Bideford Black, the Next Generation' exhibition, Burton Art Gallery & Museum, Bideford, UK (3 October - 13 November).  Abstract.  Author URL.
Ditty S, Cook IJ, Hunter L (2015). How to be a fashion revolutionary., Ashbourne: Fashion Revolution. Abstract.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
Crutchlow P, Cook IJ, Foote G, Garbelotto C, Ballard A, et al (2015). Museum of Contemporary Commodities 'Free Market', Furtherfield Gallery, Finsbury Park, London (17-19 July).  Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Crutchlow P, Cook IJ, Foote G, Garbelotto C, Ballard A, et al (2015). Museum of Contemporary Commodities 'Free Market', Furtherfield Gallery, Finsbury Park, London (17-19 July).  Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crutchlow P, Foote G, Garbelotto C, Ballard A, et al (2015). Museum of Contemporary Commodities, in 'The Human Face of Cryptoeconomics' exhibition, Furtherfield Gallery, Finsbury Park, London (17 October - 22 November).
Hudson C, Cook IJ (2015). Occupy RGS(IBG) 2012. Acme: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 14(2), 413-421. Full text.

2014

Cook et al I (2014). 'Afters': 26 authors, a blog and a 'workshop imagination geared to writing'. Cultural geographies, 21(1), 135-140. DOI.
Cook et al I (2014). 'Organic Public Geographies and REF Impact'. Acme: an international e-journal for critical geographies, 13(1), 47-51.  Publisher URL.
Cook et al I (2014). Fabrication critique et web 2.0: les géographies matérielles de followthethings.com. Géographie et cultures, 91-92, 23-48. Abstract.  Full text.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2014). The World on a Plate: Culinary Culture, Displacement and Geographical Knowledges. In Pilcher J (Ed) Food History: Critical and Primary Sources, London: Bloomsbury. Abstract.

2013

Cook IJ, Thorogood J, Franklin M, Angell S, Flint F, Board B, Swadling T, Saxton J, Pincock J, Hargreaves E, et al (2013). Ethical Trade Trumps card game (make-it-yourself card game with instructions, card template and sample cards, scanned & uploaded to flickr.com).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook IJ, Jackson P, Hayes-Conroy A, Abrahamsson S, Sandover R, Sheller M, Henderson H, Hallett IV L, Imai S, Maye D, et al (2013). Food’s cultural geographies: texture, creativity & publics. In Johnson N, Schein R, Winders J (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Cultural Geography, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 343-354.  Author URL.

2012

Cook IJ, Crang, P. (2012). Consumption & its geographies. In Daniels P, Bradshaw M, Shaw D, Sidaway J (Eds.) An introduction to human geography, Harlow: Pearson, 396-415.
Cook IJ, Woodyer T (2012). Lives of things. In Sheppard E, Barnes T, Peck J (Eds.) Wiley-Blackwell companion to economic geography, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 226-241.  Author URL.
Kemppainen E, Parkin J, Skau S, Bird E, Cook I, Cook R, Scotford N, Shifrina D (2012). Made in Lego (re-creations of scenes from followthethings.com pages in Lego, photographed & published on flickr.com).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2012). The world on a plate: culinary culture, displacement and geographical knowledges. In Steger M (Ed) Globalization & culture: volume 1, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 230-252.   Publisher URL.

2011

Cook IJ (2011). @followthethings (the followthethings.com twitter feed).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook IJ, Hobson K, Hallett L, Guthman J, Murphy A, Hulme A, Sheller M, Crewe L, Nally D, Roe E, et al (2011). Geographies of food: afters. Progress in human geography, 35(1), 104-120. Abstract. DOI.
Cook et al I (2011). Hartmut Bitomsky's 'Dust': a reaction more than a review. Science as culture, 20(1), 115-119.
Cook IJ, Elesedy A, LeGrand G, Woolford R (2011). Moving stuff: de-carbonising maritime logistics, international wind transport & material geographies: 'Ahead of the curve' radio show, Phonic FM.  Author URL.
Cook IJ, Shakes, Lizzie, Audaye, Abdulla, Emma (2011). Occupied:'Ahead of the curve' radio show, Phonic FM.  Author URL.
Cook IJ, Hawkins H, Sacks S, Rawling E, Griffiths H, Swift D, Evans J, Rothnie G, Wilson J, Williams A, et al (2011). Organic public geographies: 'making the connection'. Antipode, 43(3), 909-926. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Hawkins H, Sacks S, Rawling E, Griffiths HG, Swift D, Evans J, Rothnie G, Wilson J, Williams A, et al (2011). Organic public geographies: 'making the connection'. Antipode, 43(4), 909-926.
Cook IJ (2011). What would you say to the person who made your shirt? Eden Project Blog.   Publisher URLAuthor URL. Web link.
Cook et al IJ (2011). followtheblog.org (the followthethings.com blog).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook IJ, Parkinson A (2011). followthethings champion shopper missions (a series of online missions on the website missionexplore.net).  Author URL. Web link.
Cook et al I (2011). followthethings.com.  Full text. Web link.

2010

Allsop D, Allen H, Clare H, Cook IJ, Raxter H, Upton C, Williams A (2010). Ethnography & participant observation. In Gomez B, III JPJ (Eds.) Research methods in geography: a critical introduction, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Tolia-Kelly DP (2010). Material geographies. In Hicks D, Beaudry M (Eds.) Oxford handbook of material culture studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Abstract.   Publisher URL.

2009

Cook et al I (2009). Writing collaboration: a work in progress.  Abstract.  Author URL.

2008

Cook et al I (2008). Geographies of food: following. In Tucker L (Ed) Bioneering: hybrid investigations of food, Irvine, California: University of California, Irvine, 126-139.
Cook et al I (2008). Geographies of food: mixing. Progress in Human Geography, 32(6), 821-833.  Publisher URL. DOI.
Griffiths H, Cook IJ, Evans J (2008). Making the connection. mobile phone geographies.  Author URL.
Cook et al I (2008). Pozicioniranost / situirano znanje. In Atkinson D, Jackson P, Sibley D, Washbourne N (Eds.) Kulturna geografija: kriticki rjecnik klucnih pojmova, Zagreb: Disput, 41-53.   Publisher URL.
Griffiths H, Cook IJ (2008). Think-piece on children and Young People’s Geographies.   Publisher URLAuthor URL.
Anderson J, Askins K, Cook IJ, Desforges L, Evans J, Fannin M, Fuller D, Griffiths H, Lambert D, Lee R, et al (2008). What is geography's contribution to making citizens. Geography, 93(1), 34-39. Abstract.   Publisher URL.

2007

Cook IJ, Evans J, Griffiths H, Morris R, Wrathmell S (2007). 'It's more than just what it is': defetishising commodities, expanding fields, mobilising change…. Geoforum, 38(6), 1113-1126. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Evans J, Cook IJ, Griffiths H (2007). Creativity, group pedagogy & social action: a departure from Gough. Educational philosophy and theory, 40(2), 330-345.  Publisher URL. DOI.
Crang MA, Cook IJ (2007). Doing ethnographies. London, Sage. Abstract.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Harrison M (2007). Follow the thing: ‘West Indian hot pepper sauce’. Space and culture, 10(1), 40-63. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Evans J, Griffiths H, Mayblin L, Payne R, Roberts D (2007). ‘Made in… ?’ appreciating the everyday geographies of connected lives?. Teaching geography(Summer), 80-83.  Publisher URL.

2006

Cook et al I (2006). Geographies of food: following. Progress in human geography, 30(5), 655-666.  Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Williams A, Motamedi M (2006). Stuff geography. Primary Geographer(Autumn), 38-39.  Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Harrison M, Lacey C (2006). The power of shopping. In Wilson R (Ed) Post party politics, London: Involve, 42-46.   Publisher URL.

2005

Cook IJ (2005). Participant Observation. In Flowerdew R, Martin D (Eds.) Methods in human geography: a guide for new students, Harlow: Prentice Hall, 167-188.   Publisher URL.
Cook et al I (2005). Positionality / situated knowledge. In Atkinson D, Jackson P, Sibley D, Washbourne N (Eds.) Cultural geography: a critical dictionary of key ideas, London: IB Tauris, 16-26.   Publisher URL.

2004

Cook et al I (2004). Follow the thing: papaya. Antipode, 36(4), 642-664. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Cloke P, Crang P, Philo C, Goodwin M, Painter J (2004). Practising human geography. London, Sage.  Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (2004). Trade. In Harrison S, Pile S, Thrift N (Eds.) Patterned ground: ecologies of culture and nature, London: Reaktion, 124-126.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (2004). Tropics of consumption: getting with the fetish of ‘exotic’ fruit?. In Reimer S, Hughes A (Eds.) Geographies of commodity chains, London: Routledge, 173-192.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2004). ‘The world on a plate: culinary culture, displacement & geographical knowledges’. In Thrift N, Whatmore S (Eds.) Cultural geography: critical concepts in the social sciences (volume 1), Routledge.

2003

Cook IJ, Harrison M (2003). ‘Cross over food: re-materialising postcolonial geographies’. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 28(3), 296-331. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Crang P (2003). ‘The world on a plate: culinary culture, displacement & geographical knowledges’. In Clarke D, Doel M, Housiaux K (Eds.) The consumption reader, London: Routledge, 113-116.   Publisher URL.

2002

Cook et al I (2002). Commodities: the DNA of capitalism.  Abstract.  Author URL.

2001

Cook IJ (2001). Review of L. Grossman (1998) 'The political ecology of bananas'. Professional Geographer, 53(1), 137-138.
Cook et al I (2001). Social sculpture and connective aesthetics: Shelley Sacks’s ‘Exchange values’. Ecumene, 7(3), 337-343. Abstract.
Cook IJ, Angus T, Evans J (2001). ‘A manifesto for cyborg pedagogy’. International research in geographical & environmental education, 10(2), 195-201.  Publisher URLFull text. DOI.
Cook IJ (2001). ‘You want to be careful you don’t end up like Ian. He’s all over the place’: autobiography in/of an expanded field. In Moss P (Ed) Placing autobiography in geography, Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 99-120.   Publisher URL.

2000

Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (2000). 'Have you got the customer's permission?' Category management and circuits of knowledge in the UK food business. In Bryson J, Daniels P, Henry N, Pollard J (Eds.) Knowledge, space, economy, London: Routledge, 242-260.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (2000). 'Nothing can ever be a case of us and them again': exploring the politics of difference through border pedagogy & student journal writing. Journal of geography in higher education, 24(1), 13-27. Abstract.   Publisher URL. DOI.
Cook IJ, Naylor S, Ryan J, Crouch D (2000). Cultural turns / geographical turns: perspectives on cultural geography. Harlow, Longman.  Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (2000). Culture and political economy: introduction. In Cook IJ, Crouch D, Naylor S, Ryan J (Eds.) Cultural turns / geographical turns: perspectives on cultural geography, London: Pearson.  Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (2000). Regions to be cheerful? Culinary authenticity & its geographies. In Cook I, Crouch D, Naylor S, Ryan J (Eds.) Cultural turns / geographical turns: perspectives on cultural geography, Harlow: Longman, 109-139.   Publisher URL.

1999

Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (1999). Eating into Britishness: multicultural imaginaries and the identity politics of food. In Roseneil S, Seymour J (Eds.) Practising identities: power & resistance, Oxford: Macmillan, 223-248.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (1999). New fruits and vanity: symbolic production in the global food economy. In Bryson J, Henry N, Keeble D, Martin R (Eds.) The economic geography reader: producing & consuming global capitalism, Chichester: Wiley, 301-306.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ (1999). Review of D. Goodman & M. Watts (eds) (1997) Globalising food. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 24(4), 515-516.
Cook IJ (1999). Review of J. Walvin (1997) 'Fruits of Empire: exotic produce and British taste, 1660-1800'. Journal of Historical Geography, 25(2), 250-251.

1998

Cook IJ, Crang P, Thorpe M (1998). Biographies & geographies: consumer understandings of the origins of foods. British food journal, 100(3), 162-167. Abstract. DOI.
Cook IJ (1998). Review of J. Allen & C. Hamnett (eds) (1995) 'A shrinking world'. Area, 30(1), 95-96.
Cook IJ (1998). Review of P. Camporesi (1994) 'The anatomy of the senses'. Journal of Historical Geography, 24(1), 104-105.

1997

Cook IJ (1997). Participant observation. In Flowerdew R, Martin D (Eds.) Methods in human geography: a guide for students doing research projects, Harlow: Longman, 127-149.

1996

Cook IJ, Crang P (1996). 'The world on a plate': culinary culture, displacement and geographical knowledges. Journal of material culture, 1(2), 131-153. Abstract.   Publisher URLAuthor URL. DOI.

1995

Cook IJ (1995). Constructing the exotic: the case of tropical fruit. In Allen J, Massey D (Eds.) Geographical worlds, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 137-149.   Publisher URL.
Cook IJ, Crang M (1995). Doing ethnographies. Norwich, Geobooks. Author URL.

1994

Cook IJ (1994). New fruits and vanity: symbolic production in the global food economy. In Bonanno A, Busch L, Friedland WH, Gouveia L, Mingione E (Eds.) From Columbus to ConAgra: the globalisation of agriculture and food, Lawrence, KA: University Press of Kansas, 232-248.   Publisher URL.