Brickell K., Parsons L., Natarajan, N., and Chann, S. (2018) Blood Bricks: Untold Stories of Modern Slavery and Climate Change from Cambodia. Royal Holloway University of London. Download
Boyd, D., Brickell, K., Brown, D., Ives, C., Natarajan, N., and Parsons, L. (2018) Modern Slavery, Environmental Destruction and Climate Change: Fisheries, Field, Forests and Factories. Rights Lab, University of Nottingham, Royal Holloway University of London and Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. Download
Brickell K., Natarajan, N., and Parsons, L. (2018) Written submission to Home Affairs Committee Modern Slavery Inquiry.
Natarajan, N., Brickell, K., and Parsons, L. (accepted) Climate Change adaptation and precarity across the rural—urban divide in Cambodia: towards a ‘climate precarity’ approach. Environment and Planning E.
Brickell, K., Cristofoletti, T., Chann, S., Natarajan N., and Parsons, L. (accepted) Exhibition - Blood Bricks: Untold Stories of Modern Slavery and Climate Change from Cambodia. Environment and Planning D e-journal.
Bateman, M., Natarajan, N., Brickell, K., and Parsons, L. (accepted) Descending into DEBT IN CAMBODIA. Made in China Journal.
Natarajan, N., Brickell, K., and Parsons, L. (under review) Debt-bonded brick kiln workers and their intent to return: towards a labour geography of smallholder persistence in Cambodia. Antipode.
Natarajan, N., Brickell, K., and Parsons, L. (under review) Interrogating SDG 8: Modern slavery as ‘adverse incorporation’ into Cambodia’s economy. Development and Change.
Parsons, L. and Brickell, K. (under review) The ghost in the machine: towards a spiritual geography of debt bondage and labour (im)mobility in Cambodian brick kilns. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
Parsons, L. and Chann, S. (under review) Climate migration as hydrosocial power: Bringing space and time back into the politics of environmental response in Cambodia. Political Geography.