Datta, A (2016 under review) Smart urbanism: Postcolonial techno-utopias and digital citizenships in India’s urban age.
Datta, A (2016 in press) Another Rape? Persistence of public/private divisions in sexual violence debates in India [Intervention paper]
Dialogues in Human Geography. Datta, A (2016) The Intimate City: Violence, gender and ordinary life in Delhi slums,
Urban Geography, DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2015.1096073 Datta, A (2015)
New Urban Utopias of Postcolonial India: Entrepreneurial urbanization and the smart city in Gujarat, [Anchor paper] Dialogues in Human Geography, vol. 5(1), p3-22. Datta, A (2015)
A 100 smart cities, a 100 utopias [Response paper] Dialogues in Human Geography, vol. 5(1), p49-53. Datta, A (2014)
Gendered Nature and Urban Culture: The dialectics of gated developments in Izmir, Turkey, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Vol. 38(4), 1363–1383. Datta, A (2013)
Encounters with law and critical urban studies, City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, vol 17(4), 517-522. Datta, A (2012)
India’s Eco-city? Urbanisation, environment and mobility in the making of Lavasa, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, vol. 30(6), 982-996. Datta, A (2012)
‘Where is the global city?’ Visual narratives of London among East European migrants, Urban Studies , vol. 49(8), 1725-1740. Datta, A (2012)
‘Mongrel City’: Cosmopolitan neighbourliness in a Delhi squatter settlement, Antipode, vol. 44(3), 745-763. Hall, S & Datta, A (2010)
The Translocal Street: Shop signs and local multi-culture along Walworth Road, London, City, Culture and Society, vol. 1(2), 69-77. Datta, A (2009)
Places of everyday cosmopolitanisms: East European construction workers in London, Environment and Planning A, vol. 41(2), 353-370. Datta, A & Brickell, K (2009) ‘
We have a little bit more finesse as a nation’: Constructing the Polish worker in London’s Building Sites, Antipode: a Radical Journal of Geography, vol. 41(4), 439-464. Datta, A (2008)
Building Differences: Material Geographies of Home(s) among Polish Builders in London, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol. 33(4), 518-531. Datta, A (2008)
Spatialising Performance: Masculinities and Femininities in a Fragmented Field, Gender, Place, and Culture, vol. 15(2), 191-207. Datta, A (2008)
Architecture of Low-income Widow Housing: ‘Spatial Opportunities’ in Madipur, West Delhi, Cultural Geographies, vol. 15(3), 231-253. Datta, A (2007) ‘
Samudayik Shakti’: Working-Class Feminism and Social Organisation in Subhash Camp, New Delhi. Gender, Place, and Culture, vol. 14(2), 215-231. Datta, A & Yucel Young, S (2007) Suburban Development and Networks of Mobility: ‘Sites’ in Izmir, Turkey,
Global Built Environment Review, vol. 6(1), 44-55. Datta, A (2007) ‘Gender and Learning in the Design Studio’,
Journal for Education in the Built Environment, vol. 2(2), 21-35. Datta, A (2006)
From Tenements to Flats: Gender, Class, and Modernisation in Bethnal Green Estate, in Social and Cultural Geography, vol. 7(5), 789-805. Datta, A (2005) ‘Homed’ in Arizona: The Architecture of Emergency Shelters.
Urban Geography, vol. 26(6), 536-557. Datta, A (2002) ‘The Most Wonderful Place in the World’: Homeless Women’s Experiences in a Phoenix Shelter.
Open House International, vol. 27(3), 38-46. Book Chapters
Datta, A (2016 in press) “Introduction”, in Datta, A and Shaban, A eds.
Mega-urbanization in the Global South: Fast cities and new urban utopias of the postcolonial state. London: Routledge. Shaban, A and Datta, A (2016 in press) “Slow: Towards a Decelerated Urbanism”, in Datta, A and Shaban, A eds.
Mega-urbanization in the Global South: Fast cities and new urban utopias of the postcolonial state. London: Routledge Datta, A (2016)
The Smart Entrepreneurial City: Dholera and a 100 other utopias in India, in Colin McFarlane, Andrés Luque and Simon Marvin (eds) Smart Urbanism: Utopian Vision or False dawn? London: Routledge. Datta, A (2013)
Diaspora and Transnationalism in Urban Studies, in Ato Quayson and Girish Daswani (eds.) Blackwell Companion to Diaspora and Transnationalism Studies, Oxford: Blackwell, 88-105. Datta, A (2011)
Translocal Geographies of London: Belonging and otherness among Polish migrants after 2004, in Katherine Brickell and Ayona Datta (eds.) Translocal Geographies: Spaces, Places, Connections, London Ashgate, 73-91. Brickell, K and Datta, A (2011) ‘
Introduction’, in Katherine Brickell and Ayona Datta (eds.) Translocal Geographies: Spaces, Places, Connections, London Ashgate. Datta, A (2009) ‘
Making Space for Muslims: Housing Bangladeshi Families in East London’ in Richard Phillips (ed.) Muslim Spaces of Hope: Geographies of Possibility in Britain and the West, London: Zed Books, 120-138. Datta, A (2009) ‘
This is Special Humour: Visual Narratives of Polish Masculinities in London’s Building Sites’, in Kathy Burrell (ed.) After 2004: Polish Migration to the UK in the ‘New’ European Union, London: Ashgate, 189-210. Datta, A and Baker, N (2000) ‘Carbondioxide Emissions from the Housing Sector: Possible Scenarios in the UK’ in Koen Steemers and Simos Yannas (eds.)
Architecture, City, Environment. London: James and James, 204-209.